El Reno Daily Eagle. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 16, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 15, 1895 Page: 1 of 4
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EL RENO, CANADIAN CC JNTY. OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15. 1895
See the name on the leg.
J. \V. Simile ami family are
New dress goods at Crowe's.
\V.(1. Davis, of Chicago, is registered
al the Kerfoot.
A carload of new stoves at Quigg ic
Borringer’s. 20 tit.
O. W. Mosher, of Wichita, is stop-
ping at the Kerfoot Hotel
Heavy all-wool red llaunel, 22$c.
H. C. St. John, of Oklahoma City,
is in El Ileno on legal business today.
New wraps this week at Crowe’s.
Kev. Murray returned to Oklahoma
One Thousand yards dress ginghams
at 5c a yard. Crowe.
Ed Thomas, the Cloud Chief stage
driver, attended the fair today.
Special Sale dress goods this week.
Patronize Tusteu's wagonette and
carriage line when you want to go to
the fair grounds.
Shelf hardware, farm implements,
stoves and tinware, at Quigg & Bar-
ringer's. 20 (it.
C. A. Newman and John P. Kern de-
parted today for Mulhall, to attend the
grand lodge, I. O. O. F.
Our new goods are here. Crowe.
Knights of Maccabees meet tomorrow
evening. October 10. Very important.
Come all. J. II Hoffman, R.K.
Fresh oysters and celery at the
Citizens of Perry raised funds to pay
the expense of bringing back from Col-
orado F. W. Farrar, the absconding
Look at our underwear. Crowe.
A movement is on foot to have all
the business houses in the city close up
on Thursday afternoon at one o’clock,
in order that the clerks and employes
may attend the fair.
Warranty deeds, real estate and
chattel mortgages fors do at this olliee.
Delegate Flynn t^as in town today
and took the Choctaw east for Shaw-
nee. He will go from there to Chand-
ler. and later in the week will take in
El Reno fair, after which lie will make
a umr of the Wichita country.—Times-
Standard prints, He and 5e.
Marshal Hudspeth arrested two col-
ored damsels from Fort Sill yesterday,
for disorderly conduct. Judge War-
ing let the girls oil light, only $U.2o
each. A he coou who was caught in
their company, paid alike sum.
Needles for all sewing machines at
the Music Store.
tt. T. II. lxENXEASTER.
The idea of closing all the business
houses on I'.i'irsda.i .'lfiernoon is a sens-
ible and lioiTa! one. The clerks are
entitled In a visit to the lair, mid the
as oeiati.in is entitled to the pa; nonage
wnieli ii will gain from the increased
al l cndaiiee.
I l.e best dinner in tin- city, only 25
Cents, at the l Ti auii i'1..
H L. Miller and wifcwi murdered
in cold lini.al 'esi Friday night, e. ■ el
Cullirir. Mr. .Me brother of
11 1 lilic.r, t\
siiini illn 1111. i ■ i .me .: : i, and it is
sc|ip,.swd to lie lie vvtii k ni tin- sain,:
Five hundred copies el sheet music
at 5 cents a copy, at the Music ' tore.
tt r. H. KeNNEASTER.
W. (1. McDonald c.mm in from 1)
county tliis morning, bringing with
him a niagniliceut. display of farm and
garden products to bo exhibited at the
lair. Mae says that I) county raised
phenomenal crops this year, and lie
counts on capturing several premiums.
Buggios wagons, cooking and heat-
ing stoves, at the old Pettee stand,
ltock Island avenue.
20 fit. Qumo .V Behringer.
H. W. 'fusion's wagonette and car-
riages will make trips between the city
ami the fair grounds every few min
tiles during the fair, aud passeugets
will Uu called for and taken to any part
of the city. At the prices charged it is
cheaper to ride than to stay at home.
W G. McDonald, of D county, will
give an address on Thursday evening
in the district court room, in this city.
The subjeot of Ids address will be.
"The Rainfall for Canadian County
and Northwest Oklahoma, and Suggcs-
Hoar of .Hotv to Make the Rainfall
Crftain and Regular." He would
•fit !r flAf? present members of the
h'- LA council and Ica.d-
•i'V'ithc- 0 T- Tv>- fad count?
The Til Reno district fair opened
li.H inoriiiiig, and altiiongh the attend-
ance is light, it is as large as could be
expected for the tirst day. flip attrac-
tions which the association ofl'er are
fully a . g icd as those of last year, and
a great increase in the attendance is
looked for tomorrow. There are hun-
dreds of Indians on the grounds, and
several Indian horse races w ere run
The display of agricultural products
is small, but w ill bo much more com-
plete by tomorrow. J. A. Nichols, of
lleuo township, conies to the front
with some magnificent millet, milo
maize that grew’ in the valley and tow-
ered above tho surrounding hills, yel-
low pumpkins of 250-pie-power, tonne
toes as large, as muskmelous, and lots
of other farm and garden products,
each a prize winner. A thousand Ca-
nadian county farmers should have
shown the enterprise that Mr. Nichols
Excellent races are scheduled for
every day aud on Thursday a ball game
will be played by the El Reno Cham-
pions and a combination team made
up at Shawnee. Ok lahoma City and the
towns along the Santa Fe. It is ex-
pected that it will be the best game
ever played in the Territory.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Two bedroom sets, gasoline stove,
chairs, rockers, curtain poles, etc. En-
quire al this olliee.
See the name on the leg.
Ei Reno gun club will meet VVcd-
i l-'i Hi',' no . i !:e real estate trails;
(for •’ ■ ■ n i' 12. 11 recorded by (‘ A
j Van Ness & Son :
| Townsite Board to E. L. Gay. t.
d., lots 1 anil 5, block lilti. El
I Joseph It. Houser and vl! - t■ > •'
B. Campbell, warrant/, deed,
sout (teas' 15-11 7............... 1200
United si:. to Joseph Houser,
patent, soul beast 15 11 7.......
Daniel Anderson and wife to
Marry A Couvill, warranty
deed, southwest 13-12-0........ 1500
United States to Jos. VV. Fades
tin!, receipt, southwest 0-12-
il ..........................$ 4 00
! United States to \V.lt Phillips
I linal receipt, southwest 3J-12-
0............................ l 00
United States to Raymond San-
ders, patent, northeast 30-11-
B. F. Still anti wife to Louis
Courcier, warranty deed,
southeast 14-12 9 ........... 2200 00
H. A. Bishop to Cora V. Mofflt
warranty deed, lot 13, block
155.......................... 100 00
1). VV. Jackson and wife Mrs.
Uettie Roberson, warranty
d ied, lots I. 2, 3, 4 and 5,
bloek 4, Wright's addition to
El Reno............... 125 00
- Sr..r . ...... nr.
..u.u -Iii Fill Grocery
Cor, Rock Island five, and Woodson st.
nesday evening at the oflicc of N. B.
Wass. All members requested lo be
preseut. J. Goenawein, president; J.
G. Tompkins, secretary.
$5,000.worth of new clothing just nr
The banks closed at one o’clock today
on account of tho fair.
Private (lining parlors, for families
and parties and elegantly furnished
sleeping apartments, at the Creamery
Dan Pecry went to Norman today
where he will imbibe enthusiasm and
other truck until the editors’ excursion
starts to Galveston.
Lost.—Large silver heart, bearing
initials "G. M ” Lost Saturday. Lib
eral reward. Leave at Kerfoot hotel.
Last week two or three pnrlii
worked the city for adversiug, and got
more contracts than the two daily
papers have received in two mouths ye;
all of them were largely takes, and
worthlt is as adyt rtising mediums. Mo i
who have not paid live dollars to the
newspapers in a year, placed six dollar
cards in an advertising concern that
will not bo read by tweuiy people.—
Bargains! Bargains! You never - . w
such bargains—lit Crowe’s.
Best 15 cent meal in the city :. A.!’,
Cyclone. Lulu . oysters ii .r;
orders. Good coffee, quick si , . ice, al-
ways ready Beds 15 and 25 cents.
Open day and night. E. VV. Siilljvn; .
Couie out '1 Intraday evening and
hear what Mr. McDonald has to say
about the laiufall. He lias oa<l a lung
aud wide experience in the w -tevu
countries and iv: discuss the cause c
tlie rains and drouths, and will give
valuable suggest ions which will be eas-
ily followed and will secure to Cana-
dian county a more copious and regu-
T. Mahan, of Fort Pierre, 8. D., is
registered at the Caddo.
Don't Im.y 184!) stuff when Crowe
will sc!! you up Rebate y j.ids al 40 per
l!. Cornett of Anadarko, is at the
t :tl 1 on G. VV. Nichols, "the tinner,"
for galvanized Hues, absolutely safe.
He also makes repairs, sets up stoves,
and does general tinwork . *
There is alltival gold in Oklahoma
and the Indian Territory, but it is not
in the sand along the creek bank, or in
the stiff hard pan of the high ptairio.
It is to be found in the rich dirt that
that covers the millinn nf-acres of tho
two territories. Work is required to ob-
tain it, but industry rarely fails to turn
up millions of yellow nuggets that re
quire no mill stamp to make the in
marketable. The one condition is pat-
ient industry, but less hard work is re-
quired than to get gold nut of tho black
sand of tho river beds.
When at Cloud Chief stop at the O
lx. Hotel, at south crtl of Main itree
whe-n you will have dean beds an;)
well prepared wa!? l *rd Vr‘.U
Don't leave El Reno without loo Kin
at Crowe’s new goods.
A Monster Equestrian and Zoo-
Sands & Astley’s Enormous New Old
World Shows, which are to exhibit
at ElKeno on Monday, Oct, 21, is with-
out douljt or question, oue of the most
popular aud attractive exhibitional
enterprises of the age. It is a combi-
nation of one of our most "famous
American circuses, which has for many
years been traveling abroad with Ast-
ley’s stupendous English circus, hippt
drome, museum, menagerie and grmid
curio collection. These joint aud ove.i -
whelming attractions arc now tom , ,
the world, and, after several years
occupied in visitn g Europe, A-.* and
Africa, are now in the United States
and are meeting with unlimited pat-
ronage wherever iheir e-tu vines .
Fakes come and fakes go, but Beck-
wich’s genuine Hound Oak continues
to lead the procession oi heating stoves.
The reason is plain. See the Namk
on the Leg. For sale by Ed. Hooka-
day & Co. 22Gt
II ill be an, cl a
affair if you hare
tea spoons to inaieli.
My new s /iooii s
/lowers enamele.d in
colors pink' pre-
CHAS. L. ROSE.
Any reader of this paper can got
The St. Louis Globe-Democrat ‘‘abso-
lutely free for three months.” Uea<
the < ’Tt r in this issue and take art van*
t ■ • of it at once. Tin* VV okly (rlobo-
Deuiocrnt is issued in semi-weekly’ set
1 eight png< ■ Cm id ay aud
Friday, sixteen every wi-uiv, making it
practically a semi-weekly paper, yet
the rii s is “only one doll » ye r.”
In politics it is strictly repai icau, but
it gives “all the news, ’ nu t is abso-
lutely indispensibly to the farmer,
merchant, or profession man who has
not the lime to read a laigo <:.,ilv j.»".pur,
and yet. desires to keep prouip* and
thoroughly posted. Sample e( '; will
be sent free on application to ( lobe
Printing Co., St. Louis,Mo.
A cloth aud I dher Iitl 1 bag, con-
taining purse with seme money, be-
: eon Dr. J >.t \ is’ n ienco • I the
Kerfoot hotel. Finder r«>turii snino to
Mrs. \\ . \j. Baxter aud receive reward.
Taken Ui*—On Tuesday, October 8.
on* i»a> horse, with saddle marks
Owner can hav»* sam * by paying for
keep and tlii ; not ice.
Dick Jones has got tho prettiest
blacksmith shop in the territory. There
is go.:u? to bn a circus in Guthrie aud
the “circus boss’1 sent a fellow oyer
here with bins, already printed, to
paste all over Dick's shop. We are
down on these fellows that come along
with their printing already done,
We will not go to their show. IT s too
much like the Ki Bono fair associn; ion.
It’s —“By i! oo.l that bought me, am
1 in a jungle, or am 1 not?”—Downs
A SHOW WORTH SEEING.
Of the many t.i-,i , . nud menageries
exhibiting throu:;; out the Union, nunc
has a more eriviabb* reconl than Sands
t!v A xt ley’s Enormous New and Old
World ib’.iiroad Shows, •< ncistcr con-
solidation of the most not able circus
and menagerie of America with the
leading British circus, hippodrome,
menagerie, museum and gtv.nd curio
exhibition. There are no words but
wi-rdsof praise wherever this model
i-omhinution lias exhibited, and its visit
" i . Lleno, which will take place on
Mm-day. October 21st, win be an im-
ponautera in the amusement annals
of the community.
Great bargain in shoes. Crowe,
Yellow Bonnet, a f . cone Indian
of soni't let.' living on hi.s allotment
near tlrs cit.y, has applied for a blank
c i divorce from four wives. Yellow
Bonnet gives his reasons for such a
sweeping divorce that he has euibrac. d
the Christian religion ami his wives
have refused to become ehri'tiaus
He asks |\»** custody of but on i *»i uiue-
toen children. It was at lirsl. thong it
it w as not necessary to ask fm-;*. di-
vorce, as the laws of Oklahoma forbid
polygamy. A few lawyers livid that as
be was married to four wives under the
tribal laws, recognized partly by the
government and before tho laws of Ok-
lahoma existed he could not g.:t .separ-
ation except by process of the laws
now prevailing. This opinion finally
prevailed. There is some question
whether the four divoiv is canjbe made
in one, but that is a question the court
must puss on. Tho wiw< will only
couscut to a blanket divorce for they
arc afraid to allow the cases to be tak-
en up separately for fear Bonnet after
getting rid of three he would keep the
fourth. As there is intense jealousy
existing among them the attorneys
could not pursuude them to consent to
single suits. Judge McAtea will };c.r*
the case next motpk.~-Tr.log,% Advo-
Ths ytvib.s \nrJ > ... q f.^hi
nu-j ' v>.? v .j. ration
that ff i**.
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2"' -rli iy SU. Hockaday
SU.NDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION
The second annual territorL Sun-
day school convention is called to meet
in Guthrie, Wednesday aud Thursday,
November rt aud 7, aud promises to he
mi.'!'! lie most interesting religious
meeting, oyer held in the territory,
Bishop Viricint, Prof. H'ehiler, of Iih-
neis, a.id other prominent Sunday
school workers, will be on the program
and there will be addresses on all
1’ha.M:- of Sund.iy school work, normal
urills, tench'-;s' and officers’ confer-
ences, qiu—'ion box and everything go-
ing lo nn.l," up a profftahle, thorough,
Every Sunday school officer and
tini'-i.or in lie territory si.on, I bn pres-
'■ni. end every Sunday sniiool should
.-end a d.•!.■:’ de to bring l.iti'k a report.
■Superiute.idouls aud m eretary every-
wln re should .scud a report by return
te the territorial secretary, Fred
L, Wenner. Gutiiiie, Oklst,. giving
inimes of oiliin rs, number of leaclu is
and scholars enrolled, and average at-
•endauce for past quarter. Retnembt r
Uu.! exery ihtn.miiuation is represented
in ■ ■<’; o.t ..., and all are alike in-
terested in e, success.
NO i- AlxE.
Oar Thousand dollars cash will buy
an one..cumbered deeded farm in Ca-
nadian county. No real estate men
need apply. Address
K. J. Simpson.
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II*nrv A. I'rsnklln. jnsttci of the peace
i(»r J.l H.'iio IuwiihIijij.
Before II-nry A
n ai;,! for 121 Horn) town
A. M. c ooptr, plain till,
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,. . . , • W. is. iiaron.
lliiit I:.- >: . - 1 . ,01 fil’ d h » the hI.oyc huh
il'i ui1 for the sum of
LI- ov'iih inter - froYfl He
-<’onl v/:il tak' notice
Or jut^ri. .» v»u t». r 1
•aid C\>| .»,.!
iiiud oitu uf n. u ,i,i. pt will bo
?*pt. i* up*
. ----!2 p. rn.
rriitlerert AL'afintt yo*? To.
r,,f >• u«i<i rtOfts of suit, U’l.J
:it will bo ftiatained.
II cm nr A. Tiiankuv,
J’JBtfcc of the lVuce.
Oui Untire Stock is New and Fresh
Ainl in*w goods ate being ndded daily, and as the • • h i* weather
eon; . tin v e will add all I In* new novelties that tin; m i-Net uH’ords
in our lino and ki t p to the fore front with Chase ic ^ lob St* d
Brand and other lino varieties of their Teas and Co/V* us.
'Sll'l'KI: SAP MAPLE AND PAX CAKE DRIP SCPPS.te-
New Orleans Molasses, Great Big No, 1 Mackerel-
Galifornia and PancijGlUb HoiIsb Canned Frdits - ,:i Uegr hies.
Pure t ...I roll. Full Cream New York Cheese, Kino Fruits and . , -m
their season, and in fact oyorything that is handled i.
class house. IU:i.e no mist‘dies, but gel out of tho old m
rut. and be sure to call on us, and get good <m ,4
McGrath & co.
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I Please Coins Earlul
IF YOU WOULD LIKE
® YOUR © HATS ©
AS WE ALREADY
Have Orders Ahead
I>. so doing y u will f »v t us, and you
will go nvva, pleased vvidi mhii*
8 OTJK AIM, TO PLEASE ALL
I TO URS O t! El) IK. VTA )',
j EL RENO MILLINERY GO.
MRS'. ODGM, Manager.
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J.G. TOMPKINS, Manager. KL RKNO, OKLAHOMA
\\v>- E. HUMPHREY, Prcx’t. E. I). HUMPHREY, Scc’y aud Treas.
lil Reno Mill & Etevator k.
MILLERS AND GRAIN DEALERS.-
' • rk.'t , . t.Vt ,'aiitl for all kin<U ot grlin. Ant; ynnr 1 l' Nr lh*fo
lowing bnvn'tfi 6* flour if yon Wimf fvc
EL RENO-High Faroi3 . ,
MtStt/t'tO Y -Sffaigh! Pa'ti'.A, . , , ^ „ _
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