The El Reno Daily American. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 270, Ed. 1 Friday, June 17, 1904 Page: 3 of 4
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1L RENO DAILY AME RICAN, EL RENO, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JUNE 17, iw.
n Man, aiBMHrarim^tv nmwuaraMai
ANNUAL SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE
COMMENCES ON THURSDAY NEXT
JUNE 16 AT 8 A M., Kvery piece of strictly summer wash
gooes in our stock will go on sale then at startling price reductions—some
'2 off, some >i off, and some at a discount of 25 per cent.
WE ARE GOl/VG ON A BUYING TRIP TO N. Y.. and
want to clean out these lines to make room fur Our fall purchases. In the
' meantime a great opportunity to save money is knocking at your door.
P. Ijereore some examples of the way price* have been cut and slashed.
50 aud 00t Crepe Princess Silk Warp,
Plain or with floral design and silk strip,
SPECIAL PRICE .38
25 and 50c Silk Spot Tissue and Freneh
Dimities, small polkadots, spots, figures
etc., grounds of tan, navy blue green,
Batiste and Lawns plain colors, stripes,
floral and dresden designs-
SPECIAL PRICE B1-2C
8 l-3c Lawns and Dimities in floral and
15 and 20c Fine dotted Swiss and Batiste
small polkadots. flowers and stripes.
SPECIAL PRICE IOC
6 l*4c Quality Cotton Challiesin cream
and light tints with small colored dres
den and floral patterns-
COME EARLY FOR BEST -ELECTIONS
YOURS TO COMMAND
DRY GOODS EMPORIUM J AS E. KELSO
LEADERS OF QUALITY.
We use only the best material obtainable. Our Dread and C.<k-:s
please others and will phas: you.
EL RENO BAKING & CONF'T CO.
Makers of Good Things to Eat.
109 N. Bickford Ave.
1 oa S. Rock Islan Ave.
Fred C. Sickles departed this morn-
ing f,or Hinton, where he resumes his
work at the Hlivton State bank
"White Rabbit," the soap that i<
making Oklahoma famous,'' 6 bars i"« r
25 cents at Pagle- 266 6t
Frank Waldo i-. ;i busine-* call r in
Money to loan on city property.
H. S. PATTERSON,
U. S. Land Office building. 240 26t
Sam Peach i> in Oklahoma City .it
tending to business interest*.
Fruit season. Diarrhoea. Wakefield's
Blackberry Balsam. A sure cure. All
drugyi' ts. s
Spent Park Money
B() w<\) \sks Tin: EN GIN I ER
FOR DETAILED FIGURES
ON THK PLANS.
Kan>a> C'fiy, June 17—ti- 1*. Keller,
park engineer, was instructed! yest.-r
(Pay to make a report to the park com
missioners at their next meeting: K>v
ing estimates and a general statement
as to wfii'at will b.* Joivc with tin $21
000 realized from the sale "it bonds
voted for the improvement «>•'. parks.
At that time the board will ascertain
where the money may !>e expwvcl'<1 to
tin best advantage.
Arc You Going to Keep Cool This
It is about time to think about ilectric fans. Everybody knows what elec-
tric fans are. Everybody has had that feeling of relief when t'ne fan starts
up on that breezeless sultry day when its up to 90 flat. The feeling of relief
thw makes you want to hang around the place w'.iere the coolness comcs
from. Where the prespiration disappears from your brow an-d rational
thought is again possible and you want that pleasant feeling; want it every
Bummer; every hot day.
Of Course You Are Going
to Have an Electric Fan.
Fan service opens May i. Currert furnished only upon contract. Tele
phone us and we will tell you all abou * it.
THE EL RENO LIGHT & POWER CO.
Miss Fanny Dunning, of Sontn Da-
kota. arrived in the city hs't night t<>
spiend the summer with her sister. Mrs
J. A. Master-I
Attend Menger's special shoe salt
and save money. 263 6c
Miss AfmgeliiK Hand departed till-|
morning for Woods county for a two j
months visit with (her sister. Mrs. Net I
You can s i\ • dollars by buying good !
shoes at the Menper • Co's. spec |
ial sale. 263 6c |
Dr. .uiwl' Mrs < j,' Roberts an 1 Mr 1
and Mrs Hugh. Cannon departed thi- I
morning t«• r Oklahoma City t J attend 1
*the Elks doitrgs.
Do you want to build a home I will
loan you the money.
H. S." PATTERSON.
Real estate and insurance, land of-
fice building. 2409 26t
EXAMINE. VOliR DENTIFRICE
Acid and grit, deadliest enemies of the
teeth, abound in cheap dentifrices. Fine per-
, fumes do not make fine dentifrices. Your
teeth deserve better of you than to be offered
up a sacrifice to your pocketbook.
is of proven value. Sixty years is a pretty
t'ood test. No acid, no grit in Sozodont.
! '• Liquid penetrates the little crevices and
ies them; the Powder gives a bright
and polishfd surface.
3 forms liquid. powder. paste.
& ELEVATOR CO.
MAKERS OF THE FAMOUS
Mrs J. A. S2>arpe, « f Chattanooga,
who ha- been visiting with her broth-
er, E. A. Shorpe. of this city for the
past few weeks, departed: this morning
accompanied by her 'daughter, to St
Louis to attend the World's fair. From
I thero she will go home.
We dont care where you are from,
can show you more value in soap than
others. White Rabbit, 6 for 25 cents at
Pagile's. 269 6t
City on business.
AT THE CORNER OF RUSSELL
AND BICKFORD TONIGHT.
able that the matter will be taken up
with the officials at Washington.
From Governor McCurtain'* stat
men*, Choctaw Indians have bt«n dut
mg the last year imported by grafters,
who u iaruul them half of their allot
ments to bring tluem to the t. rritory,
land compelled th4 ignorant Indians
j give them a five year lease on the en
tire allotment - f< >r the paltr> sum ol
1 .^>0 a year. As an induccm. nt, the
I garfters have workeVl the scheme sent
I their agents to Mississippi sobn a t<
the government appropriated monv> t<>
remove the Indians of that state. The
agemfts talstix reports and get ctiiarge
lot many who were entitled to allot
I The scltienie, which according to
j Gowrnor McCurtain, these grlr-ters
I worked), was both Im1<| and uniqu
Their agents woKildi tell the In
of the rich allotments that were awar
ing them in the territory, and convince
them that government iial decided not
not to pay tor their transportation.
The nan otter to remove the Indian
for Ii«a 11 of his allotment and the five
year lesae wouftjl be advanced audi in
imist cases readily accepted. Where
there was any hesitancy 011 the part >f
'the desired allottee, the agent would
assure Crim that 111 addition to the land,
eacli Mississippi Choctaw would get
We havt this day placed the agency
for our celebrated! "White Rabbit"
soap with the l'agel Grocery Co., who
will be pleased to till all orders on
same at 6 for 25 cents. This is a pure
w.iite borax vegetable oil laundry
soap and contains 110 alkali, and we
guarantee to do more and better work
and leave clothes in better condition
than alkali soaps.
269 2t O. K. SOAP & OIL CO.
NOTICE TO PARENTS.
As we arc now picparing for active
operation of the El Reno compress, it
1 s dangerous for childre.a to be 011 t
premises, which we have accordingly
posted, and hereby warn all parents
that children found on the grounds or
the plotforms, will be turned over to
the city authority s as tresspassers.
EL RENO COMPRESS & STOR-
VGE COMPANY. 267 tf
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF DOGS.
Notice is hereby given that all dogs
found running at large will be killetl
unless tlie tax has been paid. Male
tax $1; female $2. Tags may be ob-
tained from the undersigned" or any
policeman. W. P. M'CARTNEY,
260 1 _t Chief of P<dice.
i Do you want a house, have some-
J thing for sale, want to buy a farm or
1 1 ity property? li .0 this your chance.
I he regular price in this column is
one cent a word for each insertion;
trictlv in advance. Nothing in this
column will be taken unless paid for
WANTED—Tbrw dining room girls
at once at Sullivan house. 209 6c
WAN I EI)—Ladies and gentlemen to
solicit membership to an association
on guaranteed salary. Pleasant
work; wages from $40 to $60 per
month CaJl Anstirve hotel* or ad
dress L. L. Reeve, Enid, O. T.
MALE HELP WANTED.
B! G C
The railroads will get rich any way,
-<> don't pay freight on soap. Buy
White Rabbit, 6 bar- for 25 cents at
Pagel's. 269 6t
The band will give a concert tonight
at the corner of Russell and Bickford
Three new pieces are on the program.
The foil owing is the program for the
Airs from "Dolly Varden"— K«U-
March—"Celebrity" (tiew)—Oak tor 1
| Rleverie—"Vallanioifl" (new)—Lin-
is in Oklahoma coin.
! March—"Parade <>f the Pret/el Club
, I —Morris.
WANTED—Every citizen of El R;n<
as a subscriber to The Dailj
American. Only ten cents a weefc
FOR SALE—One two story, 8 roora
house and t*hr;e lots with small barn
good well. Cheap if sold withing ten
days. H. S. PARKER.
254 El Reno. O. T.
FOR SALfi—Tue American carries i.
stock warranty deeds, martRapes,
general land lease forms. 25 cent?
rer dozen. Si.75 per hundred |—
1'OR RENT—One large front room
furnished. Mrs J. Lott. 114 North
Barker. 265 6c
FOR RENT—Pie., ant rooms wit"h
board at 301 South Parker. 232 tf
LOST—A pony with white spot on
left side: btter "T" on left hip. Find-
er return to 216 North Parker. C.
W. Owens. 265 6p
R. E. RUNKLE. M. D-.
Practice limited to diesases of the
EYE, EAR. NOSE and THROAT. |
Special attention given to the correc-
tion of refractive errors (fitting of
j glasses.) Office over Sombart's Drug
Store Topeka and El Reno phone
No. 86. Bel phone No. 609. El Reno,
BLAKE & BLAKE
Over Citiz ns Na'i-vial lw ttc. El Reno
X EL RFNO OKLAHOMA \
Mis. J. O- Truitt. who has been sick i
tor the plast few days, is improving.
Ask Pagel to show you White Rab-
bit Laundry soap, 6 for 25c. 266 6t
El Reno Mill & Elevator Co.
El Reno Oklahoma.
Flour, Feed, Grain, Cor 1.
Manufacturers of tlieXelebrated
EL RENO'S "BEST" FLOUS
6 E. D. HUMPHREY Manager.
Superintendent Rickford rect-ixed a
telegram today from Dr King, at Kan
,u\ would be
GRAFTERS WORK ON' MISSIS
S1PP1 CHOCTAW ALLOT-
unable t" till lii- engaKemelnl in l'".l
R.110. Superintendent Bickfftrd v,tates
that he will be able to make an engage-
ment with King In fore the institu'le
Mu*k<>j4v i, I. I . June 17 ilo\'ernov
jl'.reeti McCurtain, .1 tli« Choctaw na
lion, has appealed to the departm nts
I here to a^-ist i'm supprc^-ing what ap
1 pears to be one of the Imliiest gratis i;i
' i \istenee- 1 scheme b> which tile Mi
i'-i.-sippl Choctaw* . re b.'ing absolute
Iv robbed of ■ :o-t 1 tlu-ir lands ,1 ■
well .is tlv rer .U ti, It p ,,1.
EL RENO TIME TABLE
Train No. j(i leaves 8:00 a. m. daily;
carries through Pullman sle.iiers: ar-
riving St. Louis 7:20 next a. m.
No. IJQ to Lawton; leaves 8:00 a. m.
No. 13 to Fort Worth, and Mangum
line points; leaves 12:01 p. m. (noon).
No. to Chickahha, leaves y:.vi .
No. 8. new train, to Ft. Smith, leaves
8:05 a. m.; arrives oklahoma City
a. 111., connects i.t \\ 1 t.r with Frisco
World's fair train, irivinc '' Louu
7:20 next a. m. No. 4 to .einpli.s,
leaves 1:50 p. in. No. 2 to Menu'us
leaves Kr.oo p. ui.
WI ST BOUND
Nt 1 >o Sayre daily a>i Hlv ex
cept Sunday so Alva line points. No.
to Amarillo daily carri thr lyh pull
' iklah 1 .to. City 7:4 m., .a ■ i■- K1
Reno 8 30 p 111. Civ h louble <'ni 1 v
• rvice to Oklahoma City and Shaw
STONE CURB INC Call u v
453 old phone, or address
By putting in a SIDEWALK
of BRICK. CEMENT, aw!
A. C. KREIPKE.
Dr. L- M. Phillips
60S South Rock Island Avenue*
Treats all uiscascs without mcdicine.
Rheumatism, Paralysis, Contracted
Muscles, Heart Disease, Womb Trou-
bles, and Lung Troubles, a Specialty.
Subscribe for th«a American.
C. R. MILLER,
SUREST AND BEST DRUCS IN THE CITY-
Complete line of Pror rictaay Remedies, Rubber Goods, Stationery,
.'a ,ts. an.1 Oil, Glass and Putty, Etc., B,
12 SOUTH ROCK ISLAND, PHON1S 9, SL RENO, OKLA.
\ regular meet inn the Woman's
: Relief corps will be fu I I Saturday.
| Jun? iS, at 2 o'clock at th Red Men's
hall called by order < f president, A l.'ili
j )' Watt■;on V chil Ven'^ program will
j he given aV ! iniiM • furnished by little
Doris Beck- All member* are re-
quested to be present a* a treat is i«i
^tore for them.
, Bert McFaddi n, of Oklahom,. City,
j was in the city for a short time v ' •' r
|d,\y mingling ar ong old frien 's Me
jimd Johp n rn< Cecil Mim'
iwit o it to the rese ti cm 'or .1 1 •
bit c1:ase la 1 ev*ninj
I .. —
"Whi'e Rabbit. the *«>ao that i<
making Oklahotna famous," 6 bar*; for
25 cents at Pagle*. 266 6t
We Don't Follow! We Lead! I out On Bond
ACENT OF EXCELSIOR YEAST.
In Confectionery and Fruits
Also all Kind of Nuts and Apples
Fine Line of Candies.
Tickets for the new Library Here.
1) A 1) MOREY.
RI LEASED VESTERD-W ON >-
«io HAIL I'l'RN ISH I'D BY
A--1 x'iatcd Prcs- Dispatch.
Isansajs City, Juno 17 Carey Snv-
d.T wis roleasrd from the cnu> ty iail
yestrrdn> 1 n hail of furnished
In hi< father, R. M Snyder. The
voiitu mail has been in tail (or several
months eliarired with highway rr>htier\
It is alleged that he field up O. H.
Stevens, a pawnbroker, and stole his
Sale of the Season Be-
A REMARKABLE SALE
Of Fine Millinery at Prices that Should Attrac t
the Attention of Every Woman.
The entire stock of
the New York Millinery store
is now on the market at prices j
that should clear out every hat
in the next thirty days.
Mrs. Davis will take a six
weeks vacation and for this
reason will clear out the stock
at such prices never before
quoted in the city.
The store will close July i 5.
Opening again September 1.
With a handsome stock of
Look all around you; pick out the
most prosperous business houses
and you will find them all to be
advertisers. Most of them started
in a small way. They took news-
paper advertising space and
w ached it carefully. They
change the copy frequently and
kept it bristling with interesting
store news. You can turn the
tide of prosperity your way by
advertising in The American,
it goes to the right people at the
right time to influence the buyers
for the next day's purchases :
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Greer, Charles F. The El Reno Daily American. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 270, Ed. 1 Friday, June 17, 1904, newspaper, June 17, 1904; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc165505/m1/3/: accessed September 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.