The El Reno Democrat. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 7, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 25, 1901 Page: 8 of 8
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What Peruna Has Done For
a Brilliant Actress.
TIM Okttto* will Mil row* trip
Meltii to Oklahoma CUjr on uooiul of
the above masting (or on* and one-
third fares, on the certificate plan.
Date of sale 4th to 9th of May inclusive
Final return limit, May 13.
Coming on Its
TI1E CLIMAX OP KXHIB1TIOIJ8 GRANDEUR.
A WHOLE WORLD'S RESEARCH ASSEMBLED.
MISS JULIA MARLOWE.
la a reoent letter to Tho Puruna Medi-
cine Co., Mi.ss Julia Marlowe of New
York City, has tho following to say of
<</ am glad to write my endorse-
ment of the great remedy, Peruna,
as a nerve tonic. I do so most
heartily." Julia Marlowe.
Nervousness is very common among
women. This condition is clue to anemic
nerve centers. Tho norve centers are
the reservoirs of nervous vitality.
These centers become bloodless for want
of proper nutrition. This is especially
true In the spring soason. Every spring
a host of invalids aro produced as tho
direct result of weak nerves.
This could be easily obviated by the
use of Peruna. Peruna strikes at the
root of the difficulty by correcting the
digestion.* Digestion furnishes nutri-
tion for the nerve centers. Properly
digested food furnishes these reservoirs
of life with vitality which leads to
strong, steady nerves, and thus nour-
Peruna Is in great favor among wo-
men, especially those who have voca-
tions that are trying to the nervous sys-
tem. Peruna furnishes the lasting in-
vigoration for the nerves that such
people so much need. Thousands of tes-
timonials from women in all parts of the
United States are being received every
year. Such unsolicited evidence surely
proves that Peruna is without an equal
as a nerve tonic and vital lnvigorator.
Buy a bottle of Peruna to-day.
If you do not ,~.Jveall the bene-
fits from Peruna that you ex-
pected, write to Dr. Hartman, Co-
The r.C. O. & G. Ry., will make
rate of one fare plus two dollars for
the round trip to New Orleans ou ac-
count of the Southern Baptist conven-
tion. Date of sale, May 7 and 8, 1901.
Final return limit May 20.
The election held to incorporate
Geary carried almost unanimously.
Geary now claims 1200 people as her
Yesterday's Wichita Beacon contains
an account of the arrest and conviction
of Charles H. Keckmyer, well known
in this city as a widemouthed, noisy
Dutchman, for wife beating, It ap-
pears that Reckmeyer came home
drunk and maltreated his wife in a
shameful manner, beating her face in-
to a pummy, then throw her out of tho
house und locked the door. She inform-
ed on him at tho police court and upon
I being' arrested he pied guilty and was
fined $100 for disturbing the peace and
sent to the city jail for three months
for assault and battery. Judge Stanley,
in passing sentence, said that it was
fortunate for tho prisoner that the pun-
ishment was limited to $100 fine and
imprisonment for three months.
Born—To Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Muzzy,
Colonel Sneed is an El Reno visitor
today from Mountain View.
The New York Millinerv has some
special attractions this week. dwlt
Frank Dries was in from Darlington
today and paid his compliments to the
Mr. J. E. Sombart returned from a
•business trip to Shawnee last night.
Attorney E. E. Blake was in Okla-
homa City yesterday on legal business.
A couple of the fire boys did some
good work sprinkling Rock Island
avenue this morning.
A. P. Rudowsky, traveling freight
agent for the Choctaw, is in town to-
day from Oklahoma City.
Miss Ina Gainer weat to Chickasha
today noon to visit her brother Earl
and his family.
Parties looking /or fine millinery
should read the bargains offered by
the Chicago millinery store.
Col. W. L. Woodcut, a prominent
citizon of Hutchinson, Kansas, is in
town on business.
W. P. Rickey, who has been visiting
his son's family hero for the past few
days, left today noon for Texas,
Henry Schafer will begin the erect-
ion of a brick building in tho next 30
days on the lot recently purchased
from M. Barrett.
Miss Ruba Cannon is having a three
room house moved from South Macomb
avenue to some lots she owns in the
Dk. H. H.Wynne,
OCULIST and AURIST,
...El Reno, Oklahoma.
Diseases, (medical and surgical) of the
Eye, Mir, None and Throat a special
and exclusive practice.
Catarrhal diseases of the nose and
The scientific application of lenses
(spectacles) to the eye receives my spec-
Office—Southwest corner Court House
Block, rear Christian church.
George Vannata of West Liberty,
Iowa, who has been in town for the
pa9t several days prospecting, returned
to his home this morning.
M. D. Allen, of the Missouri and
Kansas Telephone Company, went to
Chickasha today to repair their line at
The Congregational Church will re-
organize its Sunday School next Sun-
day morning at 10 o'clock. All chil-
dren who do not attend other Sunday
Schools are cordially and earnestly in-
vited. H. Marshall, Pastor.
We sell the BEST in
We take no risks with
our customers health.
There are certain brands
of Canned Goods which
should not be sold any-
where; these are never
seen on our shelves.
Batavia Brand Green String
And WAX BEANS
Are In great demand Just now.
We're selling them at
15c per can.
They're way above the ordinary.
W. F. McGRATH & CO.
PORE FOOD GROCERS.
Phone 30. Prompt Delivery.
berries and vegetables Dully
George F. Sisson is rigging up a
house on wheels, and will in company
with his wife leave his home at Ham-
mond about May 10 for an eigh t months'
trip through New Mexico and Arizona.
Mrs. Sisson is poor in health and the
trip will be made in the hopes of bene
fitlng her. The outfit will consist of a
house on wheels for sleeping quarters,
commissary wagon and saddle horses.
T. D. Gainer's many friends will be
glad to hear of his appointment on the
police force in Oklahoma City. Mr.
Gainer is an old soldier and a deserv-
W. O. Williams, of the bicycle firm
of Gilbert & Williams, has purchased
the bicycle stock and business of Ran
Hammock, at Chickasha, and will
take charge at once. His family will
remain here for the present.
WANTED—Men to learn barber
trade. We teach the work in two
months, donate tools, include board
and pay $12 weekly when competent.
Also give opportunity of Saturday and
Sunday wages while learning. Our
special offer good until May 15th.
Make application by mail. Moler Bar-
ber College, St. Louis, Mo. w2t
El Reno, April 18.—[Special]—
Mayor Hensley has a gang of men at
work on Capital hill putting in sewers
in the alleys between the streets. El
Reno's sewer system is second to none
in the territory. It was constructed
with Ei Reno money and the labor was
performed by residents of the city.
His honor is working nights formu-
lating a plan for a system of water-
works that will not cost an independent
fortune, hut will give employment to a
number of men who have families to
Walter Skafe and wife, who have
been visiting in England for the past
six months, landed in New York yes
terday and will be home in a aay or
G. W. Palmer, of Sidney, Illinois,
passed through town today on a pros-
pecting tour. He says the people back
where he came from have an idea that
this country is inhabited by two-legged
horned creatures who live in the most
primitive style, and he will have a
chance to tell them when he gets back
that he found the highest type of civi-
lization out here and the most ad-
vanced methods observed in every
pursuit. He says the people of Illinois
can learn something if they will come
Mrs. D. C. Simms has returned to El
Reno after an eight months' absence,
and will open a dress-making parlor in
the Democrat block.
WILL EXHIBIT AT
El Reno. Monday. May 6
(• rand Double Menagerie of Rare Wild Beasts from Kvery Zone.
3— BIG ARENAS - 3
150 Native and Foreign Artists
in Their Various Specialties 150
CHOSEN FOR THEIR INDIVIDUAL SUPERIORITY.
Spacious Double Hippodrome Racing Track.
Scenes of Ancient Greece and Rome Redivivus.
MARVELOUS OCEANIC AND AMPHIBIA SURPRISES
BESPORTING IN MASSIVE TANKS.
A Five Continent Collection of Strange, Weird ami Wonderful
Forming Without Peer or Precedent
the Ideal Tented Titan of the Universe.
7he Lanjest anil (hill/ Waterproof I'acilwn Erer Constructed
A Single Ticket for the Usual Price Will Admit the Holder to the
Spectacular Free Street Pageant* in the Forenoon.
Two (iratul Exhibitions and Performances Dally, Ha in or Shine.
doors open at 1 o'clock and 7 pTm."
THE AMERICAN SHOWMEN'S PROTECTIVE LEAGUE ASSIGNS
THE TERRITORY. THIS IS POSITIVELY THE ONLY BIG SHOW COM-
ING TO THIS VICINITY THIS SEASON.
Spend your money in Oklahoma
N .S. SHERMAN
founders and machinists
Oklahoma City, O. T.
Do all kinds of Foundry and Machine work. Manufacturers agents for
Engines, Boilers, Cotton Gins, Saw Mills, Brick Machinery, etc.
Build all kinds of Well Drilling Machinery.
Wholesale dealers in Pipe, Brass Goods, Belting, Bar Iron, etc. The
Farquhar Threshing Machinery is the best, as for catalogue.
The Best Goods at the lowest Prices.
New Shirt Waists and Unlined Skirts.
HARRY & GUNDRY & GO.
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