El Reno Daily American. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 155, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 12, 1909 Page: 4 of 4
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KL MMO PAItT AWBICAW. TrmiMV, JAN. 12, leon.
The Time |\| Q W
113 S. BICKF'l)
M A 1 H E W' S
Our Goods Are Newer,
Our Prices Are Lower,
Than Any Cut Price
Sale in El Reno
THE STORE THAT
SAVES U MONEY
TO < OM>K \ Ml I II II MM
s in |
WIIKItK vol IJ >lo\i;\ is s \n;
is a place that will have a tender
spot in your lean. It's .human na-
ture and we can't i away from ii.
Money in our
RI'HOLAH I'ltOOl SAFES AM)
gives you restful sleep. You know
it's safe and tli.iir you can get it When
it's needed. I.'k safe ba-nklng with
us, <as you have nothing to worry
(ITIZENS NATIONAL ItANK
ROCK ISLAM) TIMK TABLE
Effective, Dee. iSO, I !)OH
12—Kansas City, St. Louis and
Arrives 4:10 a.m.
Departs 4:15 a m.
36—Kansas Olty, St. Louis aud
Arrives 7:25 a.m.
Departs 7:30 a.m.
No. 734—From Mangum and Law-
ton. ( Stops ait El Reno. )
Arrives 12:35 a.m.
24—'Kansas City, St. Louis and
Arrives 4 : 1 L p.m
Departs _____ 4:18 p.m.
732—From Mangum and Law-
ton. (Stops at El Reno.):
Arrives . 9:30 p.m.
If you don't know where to go
to get the small articles in com-
ru in use in most every office,
this :id will tell you It it is ail
article that we have any call for
at all you will find it here,
lltsk pins, rubber bands, dating
stamps, piper clips and fasteners,
pen points, pen holders, ink
wt lis or anything else you may
want, and at prices that are al-
Stolz & Uden
IA HELPING HAND
Is C.hnlh i| io \11 i:i Km
No. 11—Fort Worth and Dallas:
Departs 11:35 p.m,
Arrives 11:25 p.m,
No. 731—Chickasha. Anadarko, Law-
ton and Mangum:
Departs 8:20 a.m.
No. 23—Fort Worth and Dallas:
Arrives 12:05 a.m.
Departs .12:10 a.m.
No. 733—C'h ckaslm. Lawton, Ana-
darko and Mangum:
Departs. 1:40 p.m.
44—Little Hock. Hot Springs
Depar s s io .i m
734—Oklahoma Olty. (From
Lawton aud Mangum.):
Arrives 12:4". p.m.
Departs .-12:55 p.m.
4 8 Oklahoma City, Shawnee
Arrives 12:50 p.m.
Departs ___ .1:00 p.m.
770—Oklahoma City t From
Alva and Geary:
Arrives 9:30 p.m.
Dtpftl4a 9:45 .m
42—Little Hock. Hot Springs
Arrives In 50 p.m.
Departs 10.55 p.m.
41—Geary, Sayre and Aniar-
Arrives 7:15 a.m.
Departs 7:35 a.m.
769—Geary and Alva:
Arrives __ _ 8 10 a.m.
Departs H : L'O a ill.
733—From Oklahoma Oltj (To
Mangum and Lawton):
Arrives 1:40 p.m.
4 7—Geary and Sayre
Arrives 1:35 p m
Departs _ 1 50 p.m.
43—From Memphis. (Slops at
Arrives 8:00 p.m.
• Will you kindly info
a correspondent of the i-
erican, "how I can art ft
meerschaum p pe?"
The Scientific Am i-iean
r"ply: "Ordinarily (lie pipe
Tor coloring in a preparatio
which is absorbed, and a thin coal-
ing of wax s held on the surface of
the pipe, and made to take a high
pc'lsh. I'nder the wax is absorbed
the oil of tobacco, which is absorbed
by tn<* pLpe, and iis hue grows dark-
er in proporiion to the tobacco used.
A meerschaum pipe a first should
lie frni *kcd very slowly, and before
a second bowlful is liglhted the pipe
should cool off. This is to keep the
*\ax as far tip oil the bowl as pos-
sible. aud rapid smoking will over-
he:! * driving the wax off and leaving
the pipe dry and raw. A new pipe
should n< \e: b « smoked out doors in
extreineiy told weather. Fill the
pipe and smoke down about one-third
< r to :ii" | eighth winch you wish to
color. Leave the remainder of the
tobacco in 4he pipe nnd do not empty
jr disturb It for several weeks or un-
til 'hi t'«-: red co'oi Is ob allied.
When smoking put r< sh tobacco on
the top aud moke o the same level.
When once burnt the | ipe cannot be
satisfactorily colored unless the
burnt port'oils are removed and t he
surface again treated by the pro-
cess hy which m«?"r<haum Is pre-
pared. The coloring k: produced by
action of .lie smoke i.pon oils and
wax which are s,.|,er<leiall.v on the ex- Order from the Tea and Coffe,
terln of t pipe and are applied in Storv
tile process of manufacture." 144-t
President Helps Orphans.
Hundreds of orphans have been
helped by the President of The In-
dustrial and Orphan's Home at .Ma-
con, (Ja . who writes: "We have
used Electric Hitters in his institu-
tion for nine years, it has proved a
most excellent medicine for stom-
ach. I ver and kidney troubles. We
repaid it as one of the best family
medicines on earth." It invigorates
the vital organs, purifies the blood.
aids digestion, creates appetite To
strengthen and build up 'thin, pale,
weak children or run-down people
It has no equal. Best for /emale com-
plaints. Only 50c at C. R. Miller AL
i.' 101 K 11:
ny from si
enthusiastic < ti-
'pared to tell their
public good .Tes-
1 - oil rce is t he .best
For Siilc, Nice Home nt a Bargain.
3 lots on corner, all kinds of bear-
ing fruit, fine shade; 7-room house,
porch all round house. fine bath
room, hot and cold water, electric
lighi and phone; barn for two horses
and cow. surry, wood and smoke
bouse; good cistern and cave. Will
sell itieap and make terms if desired.
N'o agents. Smith Taylor, 703 S.
Macomb Ave. 14 7-tf.
Everything in China and at prices
to suit the pocket (books of all.
Princes'* Novekty store. 133-tf.
All phone orders delivered.
of evidence, and will prove
lug hand'' to scores 01 read
the following statement:
.Mrs. F. K. Wyman, 315
Street, El Reno, Okla., says: "I
have never had any need of a kidney
reniedv since Doan's Kidney Pills
cured me a couple of years ago, as
my back has been >• rong and my kid-
neys have been in a perfectly healthy
cond tion. 1 think 'this is sufficient
reason for my coroboration of the
testimonial I gave in favor of this
remedy in 190fi."
In the year mentioned "Mrs. Wyman
gave the following statement: "For
some time my back was so ame and
painful that I could scarcely get ar-
ound. 1 he action of .he kidney se-
rif ions was /also irregular and ad-
ded to my an nova ice. One box of
Doan's Kidney Pills which I procur-
ed at 'rhe (' tv Drug Store cured me,
and I have had not further evidence
cif kidney trouble since."
For sale by all dealers Price 50c.
Foster-Mulburn Co., Buffalo, New
York, sole agents for the United
States. Remember the name
Doan's—and take no other.
To the Taxpayer.
I have been in El Reno for six-
teen years and I want a few more
this county a 16 to 1 chance to buy
chauces to give the good people of
Dry Salt Pork
Sugar Cured Shoulder 10c
Good Smoked Bacon ]2
Skinned ham i5C
Fresh meat prices in proportion
J. W. D1X.
El Reno Business Directory
DR. THOMAS LANE
Residence, 421 Soutb Hock Island
Office ovr- Citizens Nat'l Hank, Cor j
Woodson J6 Rock Island
DR. R. E. RUNKLE
RYE, EAR, NOSE A THROAT !
Office 120 Va Houtb Hicltford. I'lion*
Office Hours—O to 11 1111; 1 to A
DR. A. 0. CROMER
Office I OH *2 South Bickford, over K)
Reno Merc. Co.
Missouri Farm for Sale
AN3 CURE the LUNGS
60cr Si $1.00.
Trial Bottle Free
AND ALL THROAT AMD LUNG TR0UBLLS.
OR MONEY REFUNDED.
270 acres of land sit-uate in Sec-
tion 21 and 22, Township 4 7, Range
5 West, Montgomery county. Mo.
This i8 rolling ridge land, 2 miles
north of Big Spring village; one-half
mile from district school house
miles from WaJbash railroad on the
north and 7 mile** from M. K. & T.
rah-oad on south, and 7."> miles west
of the Oity of St. Louis.
'acres cleared land, balance In
fine growth of young white oak. pin
ouk and walnut timber, IS inches
and under; 200 acres under picket
and common rail fence, mostly pick-
et, and subdivided into seven sep-
Stock law in for
There *l!l be regular excursion
to the "Prince Ranch" south cen-
tral Texas, every Friday, leav 11 g Ok-
lahoma City at 11:55 a ui . re tunn-
ing on or ibefore Uie following Wed-
nesday. The low raue for round trip
including uieals. $26 95. For fur-
ther information call a! office cor-
ner Choctaw and Have*. T. J. Ab-
bott & Co.. Agta. 129-tf.
Farm loans male witnou: delay on
good terms and at lowest rate. Al-
ways have vacant and Improved city
property for sale. Also farui9 for
sale. When you want to sell, list
your property with me. If you want
t buy come and see me. and let me
show; my list Is too large to adver-
If you need your city property in
aured, see men. Call Phone 20z.
Office E. Woodson 81., El Kcno, Okla
stock io ibe fenced In and not out.
I here s plenty of good spring waiter
f' r man and beast; an old orchard of
a,>;)ir- ;ind peaches and some other
Hie soil Is Uell adapted to corn,
wheat, oats and tobacco, especially
a fine quality of tobacco, a single
crop sold for over $4,000 some years
ago. Tame grasses do well. White
and red clover aud 'blue grass are in-
The residence Is substantial, well
built, 2-story, double room frame
building, with large halls above and
below; porches runniing full length
(|Of build'ing on both sides, cook room
ad-joining. A basement under the
whole house and chimney at one end
all of fine cut stone masonry.
There is a 6-tier frame single
room tobacco barn; a double room
log tdbacco barn w th shed between,
and a single room log tobacco barn,
stables and other out buildings, all
needing some repair. Church piyvi-
leges convenient. Title perfect.
Will sell at a bargain on easy
terms, or will trade for El Reno city
property or tract of land adjacent to
the city of El Reno.
(*. G. LEWrIS, E Reno. Okla.
DR. E. F. CAPSHAW
CO RON K R WOODSON AND MACOMB
Chronic diseased conditions of men. women
and children a specialty. F.xaminaiion and
consultation free. Calls promptly answered.
Mrs. Ida Capshaw assistant in office Phone 414
AUGUSTA I. TRUE, M. D.
IMiysician and Surgeon
Diseases of Women and Children a
Specialty. Office and Residence
515 S. Bickford. l houe 507
Honrs. 11 Vo 12 a. m.:
A. L. NICHOLSON
Kooiiih 4 aud 5, over EI Ileno Merc.
Co., 108 H South Bickford
DR. A. J. WEST
Office Over Weit'i Dept. Store, Phone 48G
JONES' NEW LAUNDRY
E8TES & BODINE, Prop*.
110 N. Chm'tMw Ave. Iti ne IW
BABCOCK & TREVATHAN
Kooms 1-2-8, Lambe Bldg.
Bickford Ave. I'tionr 848.
DR. HARVEY A. DEVER
Physicia 11 & Surgeon
Office, 101 1-2 N. Bickford. Phone
Residence 72:1 South Miles Ave.,
PHYSICIANS AND SUKGE01VS
• )>o proprietors of XI Keao Saaltariaa
Office OTfr Canon'* Kb« *
WALTER H. MARTIN
to 4 p. m office and Hospital at Brick
MRS. JOHN V A NDER PLUYM,
Room Two. Over Sands' Grocery.
E. S. KHOADES
Insurance, Real Estate and Farm
Office E. Russell, rear of Canon Silo*
H i > H 111111 n in 11111
paid for old irt>n, metal, hides and furs by the
Southwestern Iron and Metal Co.
WHITE & BERNSTEIN
107 North Choctaw,
■H-H-l-l I H-H+H-H-H
Hour Are You
MEW AND WtiMES
I— It,* U f r iiniiBiura
•ti*' liariifa.intt tiuiiiAti.ina
Irritations or 11U nilou#
jrm[ sCHi iciLCo_ ,«■ tori
r Mut in plain wrappar
ti* -iprrne prop* ,1. fo!
• 1 0< ,.r 3 t*ottl>'a •: ;s
Circular aaut uu .L
la it a Bread Flour only? |X
Will It make good cake. Pie Crust, I X
Crullers, Cookies, Biscuit, Pan Cakes i
and all other tliiuga the family like?
If not; order a sack of El Reno's
"BEST" Highest Patent Flour from
It makes them ALL Good.
El Reno Mill & ElevatorCo.
TIIAXhs TO \ VII III
who is so ge leroim in r.ividlng iih
w-th aV the flue vej,. ta ileh <n in
the mark ■<. wondenui l.n'i It
bow much for >u<-li nail mi,u- one
can have in wini r time?
VegetiUles in season and out of
seasou demon- rate it at our mar-
ket. Do It dav by day. It is cheap-
er than medicine.
DKAIlDOm I (.RIM I It ( 0\IPAN\
THE GLOBE STORE
FIRST SPECIAL SALE OF THE YEAR.
This is the Store that Never Disappoints the
Public on Special Sales except in supply and
I loreuce (.. ui in "Marrying Mary.
IA GREAT LACE SALE I
One grade all Linen Torchon Lace; one grade imitation Torchon
ranging in width from one-eighth inah to four inches. All widths
of insertion to match, worth 10 cents
Wednesday, January 13th, your
CHOICE S CENTS
SAIE STARTS 41 10 4. /If.
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF POST OFFICE
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