El Reno Daily American. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 116, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 16, 1903 Page: 3 of 4
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WE are capturing the gilt makers.
Irresistable attractions in
bright beautiful presents lor all : : "•
Don't Miss t Great Christmas Opportunity.
Our display of Holiday Goods is a popular
success—IT PLEASES because it is fresh,
new and novel—IT SATISFIES because it
anticipates your every want—IT SAVES be-
cause the prices are right and reasonable.
Don't Fail te See Our Very Special Attractions in Gifts tor
KEN AKD WOMEN
Handkerchiefs, Kid Gloves, Slip-
per*, Umbrellas, Belts, Golf Gloves.
Dressing Saque* and Kimonaa,
Smoking Jackets and Eatb Kobe#.
GIFTS FOR THE HOME
Rugs, Lace Curtains, Portieres,
Door Panels. Bed Sets, Bed Spread#,
Comforts and Blankets.
BOTS, OIRLS AM LITTLE ONES
Suits, and OYercoats, Sweaters,
Cloaks and Jackets, Shoes and
Slippers, Gloves and Mittens,
Toques, Bootees and Sacques.
And many charming and appropriate gifts that can not be here
enumerated. Our Holiday line is as complete as it is fresh anil desirable,
It contains a great variety of good and appropriate presents for every body s
needs. A fine assortment, nothing missing, everything the newest and best.
We are prepared to meet your wants in the most satisfactory manner atul at
the fairest price#. Yours to command,
JAS. E. KELSO
A Very Fine Article.
Akest as geed as you could
maks whin you hav* real good
luck tad don't Jit it cooktd to
long (ar short) or a cold dratt
don't strike It whila your miking
li, lar wt *11 km you make thi
but fruit cak« ia the asighhor-
Now w* had good luck with our
fruit cakti It* |ust find it'll save
you loti of time, exptme anil
trouble, and your company will
be almost sure a speak of
"Your Fine Cake "
We have it In one, two, and five
Per Pound 30 Cents.
PLUM PUDDING, APPLE BUT-
TER. MINCE MEAT and SWEET
CIDER ARE HERE TOO.
•a* a ad aae-khird iare rrmad Wip.
rick at* e* sale Dscemfcer 24, M> and
31st aad Jaa. 1st. Retura Km* Jan
W. B. Brownlee of Kingfisher, is in
the city for a few days, looking after
, . I
Union PaolfU'a Water Famine.
Tha Unloa Pacific railway has late
ly had a trala ballt wtaieh Is the first
of It* kind In the world. It will b«
oaad to convey w t*r to the varioul
irafc*r etatloa* lu the Wart, where th*
local eupply 1* strongly impregnated
with alkali, whkh 1* very had for th*
boiler*. The cars are of pressed Bteel,
covered with planks and fitted with
th* ne>cea*ary valves. Tke experiment
fcita been very successful.
a) :-.l tm
We d* fie tare trimiag riglrt.
J. G. Strong was a busines caller in
Oklahoma City, yesterday afternoon.
Jeeulte and Fransiaean*.
L**t week we were able to quota
the latest official staUetica of the So-
etety of Je u , showing a grand total
of IB,III member*. Here are tho«e et
But When Told Her Bi>a<it) W0
Marrea, Why Th*n iho Fa«'t*<<.
\ wellkwown soeloty woman, IMA
In Central r rk *t, has
prided herself on k*r Spartan
ferenee to pain. Never does sho mi<^
mur when hearinehe wr rhenuiaMiflp
or a bruise of any *ort happaa* to
her portion. But she had a sew *^
perlenre a day or two ago aad Hf
admits the truth ef the sxytus tft£
a woman's tendereat potat ta ar
She had been viiittag at a Mint *
house In Bye. and while vratchftp ' • •
young men of th* family pratfeebtr
George Pearl was over in Oklahoma
City yesterday, looking after business
of IB,III member*. Here are tho«e at a baseball, wan struck 8««w4jfc
the Francl*can orders, as presented to jB th* eye by the hall, which W
the recent general chapter lu Rome. ] m(,„d by the man to whom It
m.. > A n«*l nf lu lit.432. at III* .no narhallv f rm 1i
Ttit grand total of members la 1C.43?,
Including 7.R72 priests and 8.304 stu-
dents. The number of provinces is 76
and of houses 1,274.—The Tablet.
thrown. "It hurt me awfully foe li
few moments," she said in telling t%li
story, "but I bore it without fll«« htufc
Everyone rushed around with <v<^|
water and various mpdica*nents. z.ijk
Inconsistency of ths Fourth. , then suddenly someone *at<l,
One of the things that Americans hope, Mrs. Blank, that your nose rmiI
are always eroWirg about is the right injured.'
C. E. PERRY
Furniture, Carpets and Undertaking.
We can save you
money if you will
come here to trade
Why not have the
best when you can
All we want is for you to come and look at our
goods and we are positive we can sell you. We
defy all honorable competition.
Rockers, Rugs, China Closets, Couches, Linolium
Davenports, Marris Chairs.
UNDERTAKING ROOMS ALWAYS OPEN.
Always Ha.* The Best.
! SPEND CHRISTMAS
IN THF. NORTH
You can do so at small cost if you take advantage of
the Rock Island's special holiday excursion rates-one fare
plus J2.00 for the m ud trip— i" effect December 'y, 20, 21
From all stations in Texas, Indian and Oklahoma
Territories to points in Arkansas, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas,
Minnesota, Missouri and Nebraska, <dso to Denver, Colo-
rado Springs and Pueblo.
Reduced rates will likewise apply to certaiu points in
Kentucky, Tennessee and the Carolines.
Return limit 30 days from date of sale. Tukets and
full information at' all Rock Island ticket oSces, .r by
W. F. M'CRATH & CO-
PURE FOOD GROCERS.
EL RKNO. - - OKLA.
, to talk. Thin is merely mentioned to
call attention to the consistency of *
Datlor.nl celebration in the name of
! liberty which Is especially designed
! to cause lockjuw, which is tho most
dangerous form of interference with
Rome. Dec. >5—The pope received free speftc), that is known—Kansai
, .... .-j-_ .u- """-Idty stBr
FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF
CHURCH EVENT TO HE
Picture framing at popular prices a
The Economy Racket. 99 tf
in private audience today the com
mittec having charge the festivities I
(or the fiftieth annversary of the im
maculate conception. The committee
was headed by Cardinal Scrafino Van-
uttelli, who gave his holiness details
of the program to be followed. The
pope expressed himself as greatl*'
pleased with the information that the
Catholics of the entire world would
join in the celebration of the jubilee
and said lie trusted as a result of the
manifestations the intercession of the
Virgin Mary, to shower more copious
benedictions on Clirinstendom. He
promised personally to participate in
the most important functions and cs
pecially that on December 8. 1904.
when there will be placed on the head
George Harms returned yesterday
evening front Chickasha, where he
has accepted a position in the ma-
chine shops there. He is waiting for
future orders and does not know how
soon he will be able to go, but will
probably take his new position the
first of the month. He will not move
his family there till spring.
The finest holiday prese-M r?
those photos made by Brown, ove
Newell's Department store. 88 tf
An Indignant Critic.
Mobile Item: Last night just as
"Marparlta" fell upon the bosom of
"Valentine," In the opera "Faust." and
the audience was trembling for th*
fate of the weak girl, a "gallery god"
came to the rescue with a huge "guf-
faw," and strange to relate, lived af-
terwards, when he should have died.
An ass is always known by his bray.
Lightning Scatter* Wine.
A whimsical event in the history o*
lightning -.vas the descent of an elec-
trical bolt into the refractory of an ab-
bey in Tours, wherein there ware a
hundred and fifty monk* enjoying their
Not one wae hurt and the
"I gave one cr>'Ri*\," said the
"and then fainted. Tho thought ■
my porponal appearance sufT riz wp®
too much. I didn't mind tho pa'e, ♦
though it was intense, but the mote
suggflstton that my nose might 15e
madn permanently crooked was tfl*
much. And I believe any oth^r
womar. would have felt the same
about It."—New York Mall and I>H
W. B. Biswcll of Union Cily, was a
business caller in the city yesterday.
BLAKE & BLAKE,
Over Citizens National Bank
W. M- Meyers, of Vermllon, S. D.,
who has been vsiting friends in El
Reno and Weatherford for the past
two weeks and looking for a location
left yesterday afternoon for his home
very much pleased with the country ]
Don't fail to call at Browa's | hot i
studio over Newell's for your holi-
; Jay work. 87 tf
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** DR. R. E. RUNKLE, **
** Practice limited to disease ol •
** the Eye. Ear, Nose and *'
* Throat, Office 1st deor south *"*
** ef Po'toffice, up stairs. Both *
** phones No. 32. *•
wnen mere w... uc p.-v.™ -1 only damage done wae the upeetting of
of the Virgin in the picture of the HO bottle, of wine, one bottle to « ch
Immaculate conception now in tin meek.
choir of the chapel a crown of twelve
large diamond stars, presented by the
faithful throughout the world.
Morr Pey for Dog Catehere.
Chicago's seven dog catchers will
fcencefortti receive (75 a month. The
chief c.l 00 co cays: "They have beea
eo efficient in capturing doge and get-
tits bitten on the calvee, thereby
provlrr that there was no hydropho-
bia. that I think them entitled to more
than $C0 a month."
The Idea that cherry stones, grai*
■reds and the like are the cause of
appendicitis does r,ot seem to be borne
out by experience. They are some-
times found in the vermiform appen-
dix, but there is no good reason for be-
lieving that they really cause appen-
TROUBLES OF THE ANGEL*
\ Boer Expression for the Tenderfoot
Bait Caster to Remember.
The trouble with the tenderroot ha*
caster Is that he is too strong an4 t!
boat Is not a rock above water.
He puts onouirli muscle Into ths ru4
to send tho light bait 300 yards; th
the boat tips and he grabs at the
wale with one hand to save himself
and wonders why his reel overran anl
the lino snarled, if this mishap
lot happen, gome other accident
ours, ai:d he catches fewer fl*h '*t
his more Bxp^rlc-c' '' ' •
It taker, tho '
long time to , a 1 u.
like golf, thai lis, thw mn ? ye.. .
the leee you do. The boers have A-t
expression wbleh they use to
oxen when mixed with a heavy hi
the middle ot a long river. Tb«|r
It almoit caressingly:
It 1s "Butjes. sutjen!" It n>eM^
"Softly does It!" and It fetch— AN
oxffn every time, unless the mlr® i#<
clear down to the diamond deporiL
Wlion the tenderfoot balt-ca«fcr
'earns to say "Sutjes, sutjee!" to y-
self he Is more than half UuiW
New y jt* Sun.
slid many turned aside Jto
The Ka'.ahdin Club will meet .vith
Mrs, Jackson on East Wade street.
Friday evening. A good program is
prepared and all arc cordially invit-1
ed to attend.
The American lias the best e^uippc:! J aay ar.(i Joseph died to-day
And they whos« wers fash om«jC
rh« beautiful still listened with dsllfHt.
Mid Inly bless..I the slt.ger and the MMB.
I rill far sr.d wl.le. In countless bomei, Jp«
The Death List. , plowed from the lira, familiar ana •-
Marshall P. Wilder', "ttle nlece ls loved: mod ^ ^ ^
tery fond of going to church. When . saldi
aeked If she could remember what the
miuliter preached about sho an-( -u My Jt;/muM fill the soul thet thu n
ewered: "Oh, yes; Jacob died last. bov^'H.h(, of enrili. Its pains eel
I Ouita Semi-Aiitliracite coal >r sa!
11 corner Bick.' rJ and W a<le streets-
I82 tf J. E. JONES.
.A STEWART, General Agent,
kansas Oitv, Mo.
Mrs. C. S. Campbell and two cliil
dren arrived from Guthrie vcterdav
and will make F.1 Reno their future
home. Mr Campbell is salesman for
the Hickman Music Company.
jub department in Southwestern Ok-
The jobs turned out are set by
skilled printers, printed on the latest
!pre.-;es, ai;d the latest faces of type
When veil want I ill heads, letter-
Ilea'!.-, liotehcads, business cards, en-
velopes, circulars, or anything in the
'printing line you will fill! the Amrri-
< an with the best there is mule.
know who'il d.' next Sunday."
Potatoes that grow too tear the sur
face of the r.rounil, and are. thciviur",
exposed to tho rays of tho sun, be. ouin
green in color. Somet/ii.es only a sn ...I
green spot other times the r 'n
may coyer most of the potato. Suck
potatoes ere harmful.
ntillfy tho It vet of tn*>
i from the rr^Sa*
lonely woman dwelt,
hud often biuuuli 1
of pain, and who In sllaiice
TAVJGHT TO READ NEWSPAPER8.
Don't fail to hear the Siegel—My
^avetiy Co., at the Christian church
December o. This U the tni.il ri'.m
,er in the b*ccum course under
uspices of the Y. M. C. A. a"*
George M. Brouse of Kearney,
Nebraska, is in the city fcr a few days
looking after business interests. He is
thinking some of locating in El Reno
if he can find the proper inducements.
Very Low Rate.
Only $25.00 from all Santa Fe stations in Oklahoma
On sale every day to and including November
30, 1903. The same rate to intermediate points
whose regular rate is higer.
Through Pullman Tourist Sleepers to New Mexico,
Arizona, and California faom Purcell, Oklahoma
City, and Guthrie every Wednesday.
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED excursions from
Newton three times a week.
You're going to California?
Now is the the time to make your inquiries,
Con't wait until voa are ready to start 011 your travels.,
Write me, and I'll quote you rates, tell you about the brains,
equipment, hours departure and arrival—in fact, will tell yen facl.
tin Ml be of materia! hcl^i after as well ;>• before you etarf
p. C. O'NEIL, Commrrclil Anent,
fhr MchUon, Top.'Vs h Santa Ff Hillway Co.,
OKUHOSA Cm. OKLAHOMA,
More people read the Daily Arrieri-
vn every day than both the it'-.er
"apers. Therefore an advertiser1"
n the American is worth double t.ut
' either of the other publications. We
et our own prices. Our compet'tors
o the same. * *
Mrs. I. Nagle left yesterday after
noon for Oklahoma City
will make her future home. She
tends to run a roomng nouse.
New Study Introduced Into the Vassa"
Vassar girla in future are 10 he
t.tu-ht how to read the newspaper*.
A : *w history class, tho jbject of
vhlch Ib to afford opportunity lor a
!b*r*. knowledge of current eventa
i.nd !h. 1 foundation for intelligent
readlr,- o, the newspapers, has boea
offerjd. 1: year. Current newspapers
and peiio.!i: .1 are the class of text-
book?. Members are expected to keep
themselves poate 1 by daily reading
on tno subjects under discussion in
the ne^. p-ip1 . ^ 1 ' nee a week ft
teeture l.s ■>" 1'rcf. Salmon, of
the history department. As thorough
a discussion as is pos. 1'110 of the im-
portant events, dome tic and foreign,
is attempted, and at tl.e same time
all queflUccLP involvii r pi-iilUfti paities
and eonotitutional history are ex-
plained. In uduiiiiin to this mineral
class each ember is assigned
special wtrVly re ing along some in-
>,« „,.c- dividual line su; 'sted by national,
where she state or municipal politico or by af
fairs In some foreign rtate.
In Oahomve. according to a French '
clfleial report just IssueO, the eur,ren-
.j, I? eo-..rlo shells, of which a sack
,1 'JO,0UU Is considered the equivalent
of Gs. Seven hundred cowries art
lynrth about 21/id— London Answerj
"Suit" May t!e a Misprint for "Have."
A Pennsylvania preacher has trav-
eled through several .tales in search
of a wife. He announces that he cuulu
not find one to suit him. Possibly lie
mede the mistake of not looking about
his own neighborhood.
Her Cbjcct In Life. 1 3no ; . vs m icwum™ -
Miss l.aura M Cornelius, an Oneii'h cr] fi(J or swaying in the br* "/e. Sho
Indian, studying at the University of j (rie9 in every possible war to attraot
California, bays she will devote her au(j captivate the Burmese youth*,
life to the preservation of tho Ian- ,u(1 she almost Invariably nuccaed*.
tuage and literature of her people. ! - - — <- """ ■ -
iml far n v
V bittoi fate .and fe 1 hungry hfnrt
On dreams of love, and for the power «T
Paid with tha lops of all Ufa held vwtr
■we«t. . „ , _
—Mnu 1 UoHf In CMnclnnatl Isnqulft*.
The R'jpniese Woman.
"Except on f*' . ivc ot ■ w sa^
1 book on r'.':hirer., "v.'hej her faoe k
powdered, h r hair elaborately coll«B
and her , r • eJ with Jew*,
the IJnrn ore • rl bn iy In allowed h
run wild and do just as she yleaeac.
Soon there comes the eventful <toy
when her errs are pierced and
leaves childhood behind, her to
society: then tin re Is a very «^r8ri
oua foslival iuileed. From that
nnward tho Burmce young lady .he-
xliis to .11, •. ■! lief lire on that of
! flo'.v 1 . ^penranre aud movsiMlt
sho :-i-!vp3 to reaemble a heavy-h«id-
BROUGHT DOV/N YcLLOW LEC.3.
Pitts k Heed can accommolate :
few more customers in dress nv'.i
216 South Rock Island. i"8 6'
Veracious Chronicler Tells of a MOit
A man In a certain New Finland
town was not*) for teliing extrava*
many friends of J.
p glad to learn of his improved
Transit Di'ties Abolished.
vuwu ., Consul W. S. Hollis reports from 1
, . rant stories. One evening while I01U Lorenio Marques. May 2, 1903, that
A. Masters .. _ ti * pmv p. trannlt duties
A New York physician declares that
the vermlionn . . ,ierdix Is not useless.
Certainly not. Think of how it lias
been used for experimental purposes
by eminent em-goons.
Of course, the graduates In this
year's crop will lie the wisest ever,
but It is si ie to say there will be found
persons to play the races.—nuffalo Ex- I office nnd put hi
for a Burmese woman Is one of ifcei
most charming attractive and el*-
pother lovable creature* on iln
Trick* of Ir.tellige: t Feny.
A pony belonging to Will lllstwuy
of West Derry, N H„ whlc • e J
received from the west, r11 n m*-
aaiion on Broadwnj. New 'Yark, hy
his irlcks. lie .* ^ ve:y lute!;|.'(*®'
animal, lie 'an give his air- by uia*-
Ing in C.e sand. .Ho wilked into an
forward l'ort on m
erlng in the country *tor* the conver-
condition. lie "has
for the 'past week.
1 6ation turued upon feats in gunning.
icl< The man listened attentively and a
silence for awhile, then suddealy h
exclaimed, excitedly: "Wall, buys, I
The can tell you a queer thing that hap-
customs transit duties at that port
have been abolished.
Th* Shipbuilding State*.
In shipbuilding Pennsylvania stand* 1
flrst and New York second, while Cat
Bring your picture framing te Thr can tell you a queer inn.* u.. Brsi am. o.™
Economy Racket. We de it right *nrt «•« D e th« 0^'r d.,y' } "l"! Mornla '8 ' K°<"' 'b
...... * ,, to Rye Beach shooting, when I see I
at right prices. 9Q tf j n)c#/large flock of yc.Uow-leg*. 'Aha!'
say* I to myself, 'now for a shot al
them!' So 1 crept up near by, raised
my gun to my shoulder and fired. liul
I aimed jesl a bit two low, and they
•ii up aud flew off. As I walked aiong
the beach I found two bushels of their
yellow legs that I had shot off. U|
The Oklahoma statehood bill i
scheduled to be discussed by tile I10 1
committer tomorrow It i- to 1 ■
hoped no 'triiiK's will be attached t
our claims for admission.
How to Do It.
The American rifle team appenrs to
know a thing or two about tho proper
way to lift a cup.
J. A Anderson, an attorney from,
London'* Birth Rate.
In London eaeu day 400 chiidrei are
horn and 250 enter school for thr first
lesli as though l.e v. n tti l>ookkt)^>«.
Fast, Liut Don't Run.
"Will these colors run?" asked ha
elderly lady who w,u shopping in a
lexington street 1 tore. "No, liulee^*
replied the affable' clork. "They^e
u>o fait for that. -Baltimore Ameri-
Good Idea in Maine.
Homer It. Dill, 1 f Hardlaw, Me., hM
beeu appointed statu taxlderml*t «B>
Intends to progervo a speelmon
every kind of bird, llsh or animal fatal
In his state.
Our Glorleu* Country.
Chain Tin Sin 1ms left Psn V-m-
risen for China, taklnp hie family m|
$I,OOfl,OPO with him He ''as I ' s*-
leiis vhoa he ctrne to U.e Unite®
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Greer, Charles F. El Reno Daily American. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 116, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 16, 1903, newspaper, December 16, 1903; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc165346/m1/3/: accessed August 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.