The El Reno Democrat. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 25, 1901 Page: 6 of 8
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See that vanUhT What was It:
Mull's Lightning Pain Killer aft<r
pain. Knocks it in tnntly. 25. —C.
Grandpa, T. B., Rice i very proud
over the arrival of a fine boy at tin-
horns of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith six
miles east of town.
II you will take the trouble to walk a
few steps down to the Kair Store, in the
Democrat Block, for your winter shoes
you will find your time and money
Mrs. A F. Nt'woll has been detained
in Kansas on account of the death of
her father, whom she was called to see
some weeks ago. s,)0 was just fitting
ready to come home when he was taken
worso and died.
The Capital Cafe ice cream opening
Saturday bight was a splendid success.
Tho parlors were brilliantly lighted
and palms were attractively arranged
for Iho occasion. Mr. Bushey and I'rof.
Real discoursed sweet strains of music
on the mandolin and guitar. The cream
was delicious and the supply was not
equal to the demand.
It's your own fault if your kidneys
make you miserable, when you can get
Mull's Pioneer Kidney Cure, Dollar
draft in each $1.00 box. Cash it if it
fails. Look out for Uright's disensc.
25c. —C. It. Miller.
Many people who would nototherwise
have heard a good sermon were drawn
to the Presbyterian church Sunday
morning by tho announcement through
the papers Saturday tliat Mrs Nettie
Ohappeli, Mrs. Pettee's guest from Ok-
lahoma City, would sing a solo. At
the beginning of the service Mrs.
Chappell sang "O, Lord be Merciful to
Me," and at tho close she and Mrs.
Pettee sang, "O, What Shall the Har-
vest Be?" Both pieces were charming-
ly rendered and very much appreciated
by the audience.
Osgood, Mo., Oct. 28, 1890.
Pepsin Syrup Co., Monticello, III.
Gentlemen:—I have used Syrup Pep-
sin for some time and find that it
gives the most excellent results and it
is one of the greatest selling prepar-
ations I have ever carried in stock.
I do not hesitate to recommend it
Dr. T. Jones.
Sold by C. It, Miller.
All points in Tennessee, Mississippi,
A labama, Georgia, North and South
Carolina best made by the Choctaw
Route. Two fast trains daily, make
close connections at convenient hours
at Memphis with trains in all direction
WANTED—Young men and ladies to
learn telegraphy for positionsas opera-
tors. Situations secured or tuition fee
Dallas Telegraph College.
2 13-t* Dallas, Texas.
The Martha Washington lodge will
give a dance May 1st for the benefit of
the Orphans' Home, fund.
Do you want a
Vou can find every facility for your
j individual advancement In the El Iteno
| IJusin^ss College. Our teachers are all
! specialists in their line. individual
attention is given each pupil. You are
i neither held baek nor rushed.
Do you want Book-keeping, Short-
hand, Typewriting, Commercial Law,
Arithmetic, Grammar, Penmanship,
or anything needed by a business man;
you will find classes to suit you in this
Are you h poor penman? Prof. C.
K. Lowder, has charge of this depart-
ment and is a specialist in both plain
and ornamental. Call and see his
Previous education need not hinder
you. Enter any time, the sooner the
better, and find classes to suit you.
Charges as reasodable as any in the
who signed King Charleal'* death war*
runt, and who was beheaded as a regi-
Of medium height, with a well-
rounded figure, a massive head, a finely
expressive face, and courteous and dig-
A Practicing Physician
in Me.itlcello, 111., formulated
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. See C.
Miller, tho druggist.
Let us figure with you on your farm
loans and insurance. Our rates and
terras cannot be under-bid.
3 tf E. E. Bennett.
Facts About General Harrison.
Loved public life.
A brilliant speaker.
Six years a senator.
Always hated a row.
Entered politics in 1856.
Disapproved of McKinley.
Read much and remembered it.
Had $800 when he was first married.
Earned his first money as a court
Distinguished himself at the battles
of Peach Tree Creek and Resaca, and
was made a brigadier-general on the
Held office thirty-four out of his forty
years in public life.
Kind-hearted, but impervious to ar-
gument when his mind was made up.
Loved driving, but could never man-
age horses, and bad many accidents.
With Murat Halstead he was a ring-
leader in mischief when a school boy.
Gave office to every one of his rela-
tives, except one, who was a democrat,
and to every relative of his wife.
Grandson of a President; great-
grandson of a signer of the Declaration
As President he passed on nearly
every case before him as if he bad been
a judge on the bench.
Descended from Colonel Harrison,
l'ananaque, Philippine Islands,
March tt, 1901.
Dear Father—I will try and answer
your kind and welcome letter that was
awaiting my return from the moun-
tains We were out for ten days, and
were all glad to get back home. Wo
saw no fighting, and that was what we
were looking for, and more so when we
came along and s.iw where six men had
been attacked and two were lying in
the road, shot and killed, and four
mules were also killed >>nd one corporal
was captured. They turned him loose
and he ,came into ouricamp and told
us the whole story of how it happened,
and it made us all feel bad to think
that we could not go and hunt them
down and shoot them for what they
had done to our men.
We are going to move in a few days
to Passy, one mile from Manila, and we
will have a good time, as the guard
duty will not be hard, for all of the
new troops from the states are being
drilled there, and they will do most of
the guard duty.
I am on my last year now, and it can
not pass away too soon to suit me, for I
am getting most weary of cavalry life.
1 was down to Manila and saw all of
the boys from home before they left,
and they all looked well and were glad
to get away from here, and I don't
blame them, for they saw hard times
and did their part as good soldiers.
Your son, alvin bannister,
Troop D, 6th Cavalry.
| Watch us Grow 3
^ New goods and low prices are sure to do ^
^ the business.
| NOT THE BEST LOCATION |
p Btit the best goods for the least money. No old ^
^ goods everything new.
Voml Solid If'ork Shoes.
Easy Comfortable Com -
mon Sense Shoes
Fine Nobby Dress Shoes.
No Fancy Prices. We sell
the BEST $1.00 Shoe on Earth
We snll the IIEST #1.00
ANn THE W0KLD
' WITH YOU
vou.. know PABST BEERa™££g£.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Sole floentfor THa PaDSL BreW'MQ GO.
Corner Bichford Aue. and Russell Street.
El Reno, Oklahoma.
JOHN W. D1X
—FR E SH—
that is kept
i in a lst-class
| — MARKET—
EL RENO- OKIA
You Can Cut It With an Axe
New Style of HATS at
Omega Embalming Fluid.
A Democrat scribe was shown
through the manufacturing depart-
ment of C. E. and N. W. Perry's under-
taking establishment this morning
Mr. Perry, Sr. was busily engaged >r
manufacturing embalming fluid and
getting it ready for shipment. This
concern ships hundreds of gallons an-
nually to Wichita, Kansas City, St.
Louis and other large cities all over
the United States. Mr. Perry says
that a body properly embalmed with
this fluid will never decay, that he has
examined bodies buried twenty years
and found them in a perfect state of
(First Published April 18, 1901.)
In the Probate Court j
Canadian County, Y ss.
Territorry of Oklahoma. )
A. B. Chastain, deceased.
The Territory of Oklahoma to the
heirs and next in kin of the said A. B.
Take notice, that W. L. Baxter has
filed a petition praying the appoint-
ment of himself as administrator of
said estate, it is ordered that said mat-
be set for shearing on the 4th day of
May A. D. 1901 before said Probate
Court at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M.
at which time any person interested
may appear and contest the same; and
notice of this proceedings is ordered
published ten days in the El Reno Dem-
ocrat, a daily and weekly newspaper
published in the City of El Reno, in
In testimony whereof, I have hereun-
to set my hand and the seal of the Pro-
bate Coifrt at El Reno this 15th day of
April A. D. 1901.
W. II. Griosby.
PINS, TACKS AND BROKEN GLASS CAN'T HURT IT
Buy a pair for your wheel and you'll appre-
ciate this; and besides you will be able to ride
ALL THE TIME. Then too, there will be no
repair bills, so you'll be money ahead by tb«
end of the year.
We are talking about
i1 THE GOODYEAR WZT/ri
M.dc by jug GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER CO., AKRON, 0.
DISTRIBUTORS TO THE TRADE
Simmons Hardware Co., st L()U,S>Mo
I FURNITURE %
| We have
| a complete new line of ^
% BABY CARRIAGES AND GO CARTS ^
^ OF THE LATEST STYLES AND EAS1 PRICES ~
% China Closets, Matresses, Parlor Tables, ^
r: Chamber Suits, Carpets, Sideboards, £
Hall Racks, Linoleum and Fine Rugs.
'ill Rock 1 si a ml A v.
The official announcement of Jen-
kins' appointment has been made and
the agony is now all over. Jenkins
will take the oath of office about
' May 16.
We also carry a fine line of burial caskets and
burial robes. Open day and night. Night
call bell at the door.
C. E. PERRY,
PHONE 68. j
El Reno Growing
Colonel Ned P. Cheadle has estab-
lished an agency at El Ileno for the
Perd Helm Brewing company, with C.
S. Ilamm in charge. The colonel says
that he had trouble in finding a build-
in the pushing city of El Reno, for his
business, owing to the demand for va-
cant houses. That the city is growing
fast and forging to the front.
Oklahoma City Wants a Steamer
The fire and water committee of the
city council are preparing a report to
the council in which they will recom-
mend that arrangements be made at
once to secure a first class steamer for
the city fire department to be ready
when the new building is completed.
—Oklahoma City Oklahoman.
The town is full of strangers and
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Hensley, T. F. The El Reno Democrat. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 25, 1901, newspaper, April 25, 1901; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc112227/m1/6/?rotate=180: accessed May 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.