El Reno Daily American. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 155, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 12, 1909 Page: 2 of 4
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XL RENO DAILY AMERICAN
fcntered as second class matter
J illy 28, 1905, at the Post Office at
El Reno, Oklahoma, under the act of
Con Kress of March 2. 18i*7.
G. LEWIS & CO., Publishers.
111 NORTH BlCKFORD AVENUE.
Oot year . ..
And no wonder uhe righteous Sen-
ator Tillman objected to the secret
service observation of members of
congress. Now it appears that he
had seven quarters of timber land
held for his family an-d hie private
secretary, and at ithe same time was
over doing his righteous criticism
stunt of the Ia nd syndicate in the
senate. Guess the secret service Isn'it
a bad thing after all.
\o BXCU&B FOR M:I.\Y
There does not appear any good
reason for the presen paving stagna-
tion in Dis. ret No. L\ There is no
court, order restraining or enjoining
the Cleveland-Trinidad < ni;uiny from
work. If they >have been guilty of no
fraud they know ii. an I know their
contract is good, if i. \ i .• guilt\
they know i , .i d know t'hcj are
cauight at ii. and should get out o th<
The council Is enf rely too accom
modating. I; can require the Cleve
land-Trinidad company 1o no to work,
or gelt out. We should not wait until
lihe company settles its disputes with
ilones or anybody rise. I; has at this
time no dispute with the city. The
coilntcil has mei several times since
the contractor quit work, Imi has
sa'ld not one word about I . It seems
to be hulling with itself. Will this
continue, or noit ? How long must
the -people wait on the council's leis-
ure, and Bramley's interests?
The council is display ng an aniaz
in-g lack of In crest in thIk-thing and
the members seem undul\ easy. It
is easy for a member, surrounded by
tlat'teivrs, no imagine that his course
of neglect is the one approved. Rut
there are many who do not flatter,
ar l hey must not be forgotten.
The American dropped tJie pavin
subjeo! until he "interested parties
LJB * fb
trict Xo. 2 is be
once. w > will tak
actively «■ mtinu"
sioti, no matter v
es s beg for peace. It is time for
somebody to act. Ii B ram ley is
afraid of his contract let some one
else have it. We do not purpose >U)
wa4it on the counoil, or Hramley
either, .until t'hey get ready. There
is some-thing else in this besides the
"good of the town," and we purpose
to smoke i t. out unless -the faring
MISS REBA GUTELIUS
Office Phone 17
Residence Phone 386
The use concrete a universal
building material is conceded by all
who .have studied its nature to be
only a question of time and of ini-
provenient on the present methods of
Cement, the bonding agency of
concrete, has been so carefully stu-
:lied, so exton-ivi-h experimented
pie ely relied upon.
This article, howe\
deal with floors, and
stance that concis e
r not more, advantag
material than in any other plat
he floor of a bullldlng ils virtually tin
keynote of fireproof construe ion, am
a the same time has to support tlx
greatest diversified kinds of loads
concrete by its -great s.ivngt.h. It?
fire-resisting nature, and the flexi-
bility wit'h which i( can be adapted
to vanous forms and shwpe.*>. is tlx
The drawback o a moiv xtenslvi
use seems to lie largely in the pres-
ent seeming necessit> of inanufae-
turi'ng or building 'the floor as one
piece In the building. This mono-
lldhiic method of floor construction
has several disadvantages. At the
: They are slaves who fear 'to speak
: For the fallen and the weak;
They are nlav«*« who will not choose
Hatred, scoffing and abuse,
j Ita her than in silence shr nk
! From the truth they needs must
They are s'laves who dare not be
In the righ't with two-or three.
James Russell Lowell.
Mrs Will Smith will ibe hoi
the Bridge Club tomorrow ;i!
;i the lioni of Mrs II C. V
Miss Nettie Crips and Mr. Walter
Pechin were quietly united in mar-
| riage, January 8th, by Rev. O. L.
I Smith, at the parsonage of the
Christian church. Mrs. Pechin has
been the gue«: of her friend, Herman
Schafer of this city, for the past few
months, and has made many friends
while here. Mr. Pechin is at present
in the employe of the Hock Island,
where he holds a very responsible po-
sition. .The happy couple will remain
in this ci.y, making jheirifu urc home
at IMO Sauth Rock Island.
• • •
' | The Coffee Club will give a soc al
1 j the home . •' Mrs. Fred Welter at
s in this in-
rs as many,
s a building
Mr. and Mrs. Casey Williams have
again taken apartments in. the Lyons
Flats, after residing for several
months a: 620 Sou'th Macomb.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lassen are
expected t<o arrive from Wichita on
Thursday to join Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Shuttee, who depart Thursday even-
ing for 'Memphis, Tenn. The party
will visit different points (between
Memphis and the coast o 'Florida for
several days, after which t'hey will
sail from Key West to Cuba, where
they will spend a-r leas't a month.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Nail of ti20 So.
Macomb expect their daughters, Mrs.
Ft 11 Taylor and Mis. Ruth Phinney
of Ft Niagara, N. Y., to arrive about
' - Ma h to :i i in .'v ml
. I vis After July Lieu Tay-
lor and wife will depart for : ie Phil-
ppines where he will be stationed at
* * * Fori R i angas for v«- :| \. irs
Emma Free land lef yes.erda* for Mies Ethel McVickerg of Ashland.'
1 ;,ii u 11 re 'they win spend several Kas., is the guest of her aunt, Mrs.
weeks \i~: 'nn with relat ves and F. Perry of this city and will re-
present h-igh prices of lur
labor, the building and placing •>
the centering and slaving, all pre-
liminary bit necessary work, is about
as costly as th building of the floor
Itself. Then the excessive amount of
la(lior required to transpoi the steel
reinforcement, the file of cind r till-
ing and the wet concrete to position,
and the vi r\ careful supervision and
inspection to see tha very portion
is rightly plaod, is i ways a source
of worry to both archi;eet and con-
tractor. In large factory buildings,
ime is sometimes the mos, import-
ant consideration, and the forms ai I
centering must be left n place from
twenty to thirty days, re aiding the
rushing of interior work and also lie
building of the next story above, as
t<he green floor cannot
weight until thorough 1\
ry to desire some sort of
lumber, tha could !>■ s
crete joists. These joiss are a fac-
tory made unit of floor construction,
| each one complete <in i self, and can
easily be adapted to meet the require-
! im nts of each individual building.
They are built in the sha>pe of an I
i beam and are laid in the building
with flanges touching and form, in
addition to floor jirt's s, a ceiling for
he room below requiring only plas-
ering to make a finished ceiling.
Tli se advantages in the laying a.' a
concrete floor now place the material
on a par with steel for such use.—
Cement Age. .
Don't (iet a Divorce
A western judge granted a divorce
on account of ill-temper and bad
breath. Dr. King's New Life Pills 1
would have prevented it. They cure
constipation, causing bad breath and
liver trouble the ill-temper, dispel
colds, banish headaches and conquer
• hills. 25c at C. R. Miller & Co.
t main f(
Not All Gone
IVe Have Yet tor Sale
40 Children's nobby Top Overcoats
$3.65 to S6.00
150 Boy's Suits $3.00 to SIO.OO
200 Children's Suits SI.25 to
180 Young Men's Suits S5.00 to
No matter how cheap others sell,
you can do better at our sale
EI Reno Theatre
MONDAY, JANUARY 18
w 11 trade for improved El
Reno e ' v property. Must be dispos
H 0 acre farm.
It Creek Valfl
r Kl Heno acreage prop<
in cultivation; all fenced. -
Is. softr water; granary; 110
FRANK MEYRR. K!
)k 1 :i
most 111 t<>l 11g«'i:t people to use only
inesof known composition. There*
for«- It Is than Dr. Phtcc'r medicines, the
mak<V^ui wAich print every Ingredient
enteringJuAo Ihern upon the bottle wrap-
pers and atits . rre< tm^s under oath.
are daily griming in favor. The com-
position of l)V.| Pierce's medn ines is open
lion turned full
(•rand Oiiciihi '
neil f'Miv ui" t: In-' formula-, beinc
;1 |V ■ il
In the"Sina:t' Musical Pla\
By Edwin Milton Rnyle, Lyrics by
Benjanvn Hapguod Burt
Music by Silvio Hein
Prcics $1 50, $1 00, 75c. 50c. Curtain 8:15
.Medical Men in Session
opelika, A a , Jan. l The fifth
■mi-a tiual meeting of the Chatta-
hoochee Valley Medical and Surgical
Association b g;i':i. here Today wi h a
good attendance of medical men from
various poin;s in Alabama and Geor-
gia. The me<>';ing will re mm in in ses-
s ou over tomorrow.
Genuine McAlester Coal |
"Not the Cheapest
but the Best99
Waldo Coal and Wood Co.
ARTHUR T. MARCH, Cashier.
TO t i hi: * im,ll IN o\K l)AV
Take LAXATIVE MftOMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists refund money if
It fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S slg-
J. A. HATCHETT, Pr«
^ GEO. W. BELLAMY. Vlr Pr«. OSCAR H. HOWARD, A«aL Cuk. t
El Reno State Bank
Capital S25.0U0 Surplus S5.000
Deposits Guaranteed by the DEPOSITORS
GUARANTEE FUIMD of the State of Oklahoma.
, ? . I I |,,I 1 I I I U t 1 1 t 1 t t I I
Da ill r.
1 burners. Waj-
Il« . W D. Williams- anil Wife.
Special Revival Meetings
Revival meetings are now u pro i u
Ifress at the Methodist chu-vli, Ser 1
vices each night this \w k. conduc «■«! ^
by the pastor. Wxt Sunda>. Jan I ni,
17th, the Drummer Kvangelisi, Hill', dally
WilUanw, wii: have charge the My at
mee lngs. and will sfa with us th« dar
rema :;d«r of Ii month Mr. W'il not
,)iama is said to be an attractive a<h
speaker, a:id a v \ mi, . hf 11 evan .m;(
gel is-. We an Rlad to
the people th« aceonipaming < ut o
tinif and preserving t.h«
•s i. aiding m the r". ts
e medieines are entirt If
objection of doing harm
appetite f«.r either al
iges i r habit farming
lie th« formula on tleir
the saum as sworn to I v
a you w ill find that I *
"(iiildeii M«*diral 1 i scovery," the great-,
blond pun I'r stomach tonic and b« wel
regulator the medicine which, w hile not
recommended to cure consumption in its
ad\ a need -tage'ino medicine w : i! do that
y *t <l> • • " r, all tho-e . atarrhal condi-
tions of Ik id and throat, >\ <al\ stomnch,
torpid li\er end bronchial troubles w , ,,u
lungs and hung-on-coi '_hs. w■ I*:«■ h. if n« .r
Ire ted or badly treated lead up to und
tinnllv terminate in consumption.
Take the Uolden > e«li«al Discovery*
linn and it is II t I < \ to d|1| lit
you if only >ou give it a /' t, d
fnir trial. Don't expect mirI'es. It
won't do upern.itural things N ou nuist
exercise your patience and persi-v* re iu its
use for a reasonable length of time to gi t
Its full b« netits. The Ingredient • < f w ha h
Dr. Pierce's medicines are com|H>sed ha\n
the unoualitied endorsement of scores of
medical leaders better than any amount
of lay. or non prob s* oral, testimonials.
Thev a re not given aw;v to be evperi-
mented \* ith > ut are s- I bv all dealers iu
Biedicuies at icasonahl. pi .. s.
)ne of the best additions yet
laid out in Kl Reno is the
Stone Addition. It lies on
the west side between Lake
View addition and the rail-
road. It is on hiyh ground,
close in and sold on easy
payments. See U.S. Kngle
if you are interested in huv-
ing a home.
Offers Its Customers:
I-.vc ry : ife-jjiuird known to modern banking for the secur-
ity and safety of theii; funds.
Loans when tliev need tliem at reasonable rates
Interest paid on deposits made for i months or one year.
Exchange on all principal cities of the world.
Our satisfied patrons are our best advertisement.
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The Great Green Tag Sale Is Now In Full Swing
The record has been broken for fast selling. The opening day being* the largest sales in our history. The reason for this re- ^
I markable selling is apparent to all. We have the goods as advertised, and have them in such qualities that the last days are as good f
J as the first. New goods are added as fast as they are sold. Don't get the idea that you must be here the first day. You will find !
I that the last day is as good as the first sale days. You will have due notice when we close this Green Tag Sale. Remember the ^
I Men's Goods at The People's Store. If you need goods—extra good goods at very low prices—attend these sales at
Fryberger s and The People s Store
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