The American--News. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 2, 1902 Page: 4 of 9
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AMERICAN PRIN TIN G CO M PA N Y
CHARLES E GREER.
Editor and Manager.
Entered at the Postoffice at El Rr-.o,
Oklahoma, as Second-llass Mail.
Published every Thursday, price $1.00 American the
THURSDAY, OCTOBER s, 1902. |
DAILY DELIVERED IN CITY-
Three months............ 1 71
One year................ 5-^°
(Strictly in advance).
One month.......... • • • I°-4®
Three months........ • I-00
Six months.............. 2-°°
(No subscriptions taken for less than
THE VOTE IN 190°.
Flynn (rep) ...................38,253
Neff (demo-pop) .............33,5*9
Allen (ind-pop) .............. 789
Tucker (soc) .................. 79s
Flynn’s majority ..............4.7*4
Estimated increase in population
since 1900, 80,000.
Estimated vote which will be cast in
For Delegate to Congress
BIRD S. M’GUIRE.
WILLIAM A. MAURER.
PRESS C. CANON.
W. R. KIRKPATRICK
would like to have it. The pay came
last week and he very graciously took j
A prairie lire started in the edge of
town at Pawnee the first of the week I
and but for the assistance of the fire |
department a number of citizens trould j
have had to build some new kop
An Oklahoma City woman took »
“'header” into the rear of a cab with j
her bicycle some time ago, but fa-lcd '
to materially bruise the vehicle. Ncv-
ertheles she asks damages if she
didn’t ruin the cab.
Two robbers held up the night man
at the Rock Island depot at Hennessey-
last Sunday night, and took everything
in sight. The only thing they got was
a gold watch and ninety cents in mo- c*
H. Harms & Bro,
IS l\ LI!
The Merchants are Realizing the American is
the Advertising Medium In Which to
Reach the People- Energy
and Push Pays.
M. B. LIBBY.
j. A. NICHOLS.
For Register of Deeds—
W. W. JACKMAN.
MISS NORA A. DeBAUN.
C. C. BROWN.
For County Weigher—
J. D. CONNELLY.
II. C. JULIAN,
lor Justice of the Peace—
GEO. E. BINGHAM.
T. J. MITTS.
ALVIN E. BANNISTER.
J. A. GOULD.
Big Meeting There Last
Fine Wines, Liquors and
The encouragement given The New
American is flattering. After one
month the daily has become the paper
of the people and advertising space is
now at a premium. The management
felt that El Reno would support a
good daily if run strictly on a business
basis, and four weeks has more than
met our expectations. The merchants
appreciate a proper advertising me-
dium after years of hand bill service
and are willing and anxious to hav»
a paper which will properly represent
the commercial interests of the city
and attract immigration and invest-
ment to the city.
The growth of The New American
has been so rapid that its facilities
have been too small to handle the
work. The American will always
make an effort to keep pace with the
field, and has placed an order for ad-
ditional type, a folder and other
equipment. The job stock carried
now almost complete, and the finest
quality to be found on the market.
The material is arriving daily and by
the middle of next week The New
American will be the best equipped
office in Oklahoma.
The advertising patronage given
The New American is wonderful, con-
sidering the short time the daily has
been re-established. The daily is here
to stay and will never cease so long
as the patronage justifies a first-class
paper. We will run nothing else. The
American was established for the sole
purpose of making its owner money.
We come to fill no long felt want, (the
want was felt, but we did not come
to fill it), but come to establish a
legitimate business, which would give a
profitable return. Our most sanguine
hopes nave been realized, and The
American desires to express its ap-
preciation of the support and confi-
dence of the people of El Reno.
The columns of The American now
represent almost every enterprising
and progressive business house in El
The patience of the public is asked
for a few days until the new material
and machinery can he placed and put
in use. This will consume but a few
EI. RENO STATE BANK MAKES
REPORT OF ITS CONDI-
Of the Condition of the El Reno State
Bank at El Reno, in the Territory
of Oklahoma, at the Close of Bus-
iness, September I2th, 1902:
Loans and discounts........$ 75,44TA)
Overdrafts, secured and un-
secured ................ 9>755-29
Furniture and fixtures...... 2,i82.")6
Due from banks.......... 30,219.76
Checksand other cash items 271-35
Cash and sight exchange.... 10,053.04
Capital stock paid in.....
Undivided profits, less ex-
penses and taxes paid----
Individual deposits subject
to check .............
Demand certificates of de-
posit ................ 1,310.0c
Colonel C. P. Lincoln Made an Able Address
Did Also Libby. Maurer, Kirkpatrlick,
Nichols, Spiker, Canon and
Cor. Rock Island and Russell Sts.
El Reno, Oklahoma.
S. D. Spiker
Territory of Oklahoma, County of Ca-
I, A. F. Masterman, cashier oi the
above named bank, do solemnly s\yc ir
that the above statement is true and
that sai I bank has no other liabilities
and is not endorser on any note or
obligation other than shown in the
above statement, to the best oi my
kr.owle !ge and belief, so help me God.
A. F. MASTERMAN.
Subscribed and s.vorn to befofe me
this 20th clay of September, 1902.
My commission expires Feb. 12. 1906.
A. S. BOOTON,
CEO. W. BELLAMV.
F. II. WRIGHT,
The El Reno township convention
will be held at Union Center school
house, two miles east of Liberty post
office, on September 8.
The following is the program:
Devotional Services—Rev. Porter.
Qaurterly review for July by Mr.
Horn; for August, by Mrs. Blanton.
Question, “What Do I Attend Sun-
day School For?” by Mrs. Stinson;
discussed by all.
Dinner for all.
Question. "What Effect Has the
Sunday School on Onr Community,”
by C. W. Barnes; discussed by all.
"What Should be the Topic of Our
Conversation?” by Mrs. Davis; dis-
cussed by all.
How Can We Best Advance the
Interest of Our Sunday School?” by
Miss Maud Deardoff and others.
Election of officers.
A divorce case has been filed in the
district court at Watonga by an Indian
named John DcBrae, asking for a re-
lease from matrimonial bonds from hi
wife, Mrs. “Kill in the Head.” Ii a
woman wearing that kind of a name
conies to this place she can get any-
thing she wants, get it handed to her
The citizens of Watonga are expect-
ing a call from Uncle Sam in person.
Two of their citizens got to quarrel-
ing and one of them teased the other
by ramming his head through a window
and if Uncle Sam wants any pay for his
fractured glass he will have t > come
The Terry L’ncln Tom Cabin afflic-
tion has struck numerous towns ir. the
territory, and has been carrying every,
thing with it from a flea bitten mastiff
to "His Marks,” the lawyer.
In these prosperous times in Okla-
homa. it is seldom that a man need be
arrested for obtaining money under
false pretense But they do anything at
Wagoner. I. T. Because apoor devn
made a “petrified man” out of cement
and had him on exhibition at ten cent,
per, they arrested him for obl.vtiin 4
money unlawfully. One of the spec-
tators pinched a piece off the nose, and
the fakir was preparing for a trip to
relatives at other points when they
tossed him in the bastile.
and pure blood are inseparable. If
your blood is bad, your health must suf-
fer. Poor blood allows the body to lose
vitality just as a poor fire under the
boiler allows the steam to run down.
From poor blood to impure blood is but
a step, and impure blood is mother to a
large percentage of human ills. Dr.
Harter’s Iron Tonic is an antidote for
both poor and impure blood, for it is
both a builder and purifier — a food
and a medicine. It is the best combi-
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system, which affords an opening for every
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FOR SALS EVERYWHERE.
The crowd which greeted the re-
publican speakers at Calumet Friday
night filled the school house to its ut-
most capacity. The feature was the
large number of ladies present, not-
withstanding the cool weather v
prevailed. The school house has been
recently completed and is commodious
and comfortable and is a worth repre-
sentation of the enterprising little
G. W. Young acted as master of
ceremonies, and after a few happy rc-
| marks introduced M. D. Libby, candi
date for county attorney. Mr. Libby
made an able plea to the common
sense and business judgment of the
voters, laying all politics aside ai>
discussing the issues purely from a
buiness tandpoint. He made a lasting
j impression of his sincerity.
Col. Charles P. Lincoln made the
principal address of the evening,
drove the truth home to the voters in
a logical manner. The colonel i
of the most polished and masterly-
speakers on the territorial platform to- ! j,
day. He at once becomes in close j|
touch with his hearers, and the closest i
attention was given him for over ar>
hour.. Statehood was discussed pro
and con, together with text books and
the separate school question. The
colonel touched on national affairs on-
ly lightly, devoting the time to Okla-
homa and her needs.
W. A. Maurer, the next representa
tive in the territorial legislature, mad&
a short address. Mr. Maurer is one
of the fast rising young men of the
territory, an able lawyer, an easy and
pleasant speaker, and has the confi-
dence of every one who knows him.
J. A. Nichols, the original “Nick.'
added to the good humor and easy
manner of the audience, in an old South
Methodist speech. The earnestness of
Mr. Nichols cannot be doubted by any
one who hears him speak. “Nick" is
perhaps one of the best known men
in the county, and his friends and sup,
porters are as thick as the proverbial
Judge Kirkpatrick, in a clear
forceful manner, made a plea for the
success of toe republican ticket which
made many converts.
Press Canon, the next treasurer; C.
M. Spiker, who will rid the county of
criminals; Miss Nora A. DeBaum, the
young woman who will direct the ed-
ucation of the children for the ncxi
two years, and Henry Lassen, i
chairman of the committee, each made
short addresses. The patience of the
audience was remarkable. Not a sin-
gle person left the hall during the
three hours' entertainment. After the
meeting a few moments were spent in
handshaking and expressions of sup-
port and confidence in the candidates.
Colonel Lincoln will address the
people at Elm Glecn school house to-
Has opened up a fine Bar on Bickford,
near Russell, where you will find the
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
GIVE US A CALL.
SELLS THE BEST SHOES. GO
AND SEE. I
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. n - At.zRkza. aa *a±M^*^*tt* > '—■ *
Dick T- Morgan,
Lawyer and Land Attorney, El Reno, 0. T.
Will Practice in all Courts. Branch Offices a! all Important Towns.
My specialty is practice before the U. S. Land Offices and the Inter
ior Department, Washington, D.C. Sixteen years’ experience in active
practice. Satisfaction guaranteed. Consultation free. If you have
any trouble concerning your laud or desire to contest an entry, write
or call on me. One special feature of my work will be preparation of
appeals and preparing briefs and arguments before the commissioner
and secretary. .1 will make occasional trips to Washington to look af-
ter such business in person. No charge for answering letters or fur
nishing ordinary information about a tract of land. *Your business is
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT.
Connected with my business I have a real estate department in charge
of competent men, whose responsibility and work I guarantee. Through
my branch offices and extensive advertising, I have the best facilities for
disposing of your claim, school land, city property or deeded farm.
If you want to sell your claim (whatever it may be) list it with me. I
have a large list of claims and school lands for sale. The demand for
deeded lands is increasing. If you or your friends want to buy, write to
nie for list. . ,
USEFUL LAW BOOKS.
I have three publications of great value to people in the new country:
1st.—MORGAN’S DIGEST of Oklahoma Statutes and Supreme
Court Decisions—a large book of nearly 300 pages, covering the impor-
tant statutory laws of the territory and Supreme Court Decisions, wit-h
valuable forms.— Price, $2.00.
2nd—MORGAN’S MANUAL of the Homestead, Townsite and Min-
ing laws, is recognized authority; contains all the laws applicable to the
Kiowa-Comanche and Caddo country.—Price 50 cents.
3rd—MORGAN’S SCHOOL LAND MANUAL, a valuable hand-
book, containing the school land laws—Price, only 25 cents.
Address DICK T. MORGAN, El Reno, 0. T.
Hon. J. V. Admire, of Kingfisher,
had a little present handed to him a
few days ago which might be called a
“good thing". When he was muster
out of service in the United States ar-
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A petrified bible was found ncai
Duncan last week, says the Purcell
Register. Duncan is not the only
place in the territory where a bible
might be alowed to petrify, the Regis-! my thirty years ago, he mildly intimat-
ter ungraciously remarks. 1 ed that he ha.I to pay out $8.92 and he $4.00 through.
JAMES E. PEPPER
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Sole Agent for Oklahoma. Lumber, Sash, Doors, Shingles, Lath, lime and Cement,
J . D'. fHIBBETS, M G R.,
EL RENO, O. T.
On account of the very low round J
trip rates to Washington. D. C., the i
Rock Island will run a special tra 1 j
through to Washington. D. C.. the 1
train leaving Chickasha 7 a. m. O :t. j
2: El Reno at 8 a. m. Parties desiring ]
sleeping car reservations should apply i October 18 to 22 inclusive: return limit J
to H. C. Callahan. Berth rate uni; October 27. Account of Kansas City j
E. M. DUNCAN, 1 horse show,
tf G. P. A.
G L O Y D
$12.70 to Kansas City and return!
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