El Reno Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 142, Ed. 1 Friday, February 7, 1902 Page: 2 of 4
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EL RENO EVENING BELL
EL RENO SUPPERlBELL.
Daily, per iinnmn, mailed..
“ six months,
'* “ week, delivered ..
Weekly, per annum........
“ six months.........
(tEokok Sutton, Manager
< ireuliition 1 >*|«:irtment.
Kick! The Bell wants you to
kick If you don't get the Bell.
The Choctaw has put on a nu-
mber of new ears. There were
several went through here yester-
Seymour Price, the deposed re
reiver of the Oklahoma City land
office, is another one of Flynn s
lahomu. No use trying to dis-
guise the matter. The cast side
Democrats are in league with east
side Republicans, and Indian
Territory squatters to prevent |
statehood for Oklahoma. These
obstructionists all know that <>l<
lahoma is entitled t<> “immediate
statehood" as she is; and further-
more that no portion of the Indian
Territory can be ready for the
next five years. If Democrats
and Republicans in congress be
faithful to their platforms and
caucus resolutions statehood will
be given at this session. The out-
look is promising.
Our carpet houses have notified us to discard all
Samples from 1901. We have them on sale in the
North window of dry goods room. They are Wil-
tons, Axministers, Velvets and Brussels. You
buy these at the manufacturers cost.
One Week More.
Come in and we will make you a
PRICE ON WOOL BLANKETS
that will interest you.
Don’t be backward about buying
A CLOAK WHEN YOU CAN
get It at your own price.
What few Furs we have left can
BE BOUGHT BY YOU ATTHE
actual cost. Don't let this slip
The boys in the Clothing Rooms have something-
very interesting to say to you about overcoats.
Com m e n c i n g
Jan. 11, 19ol, I
The president has cut oil about
every privilege of the federal
office holder except that of draw-
ing a salary, but so long ns that
remains there will be no rush to
The occupants of a burning
Montana hotel who wort' com-
pelled to jump from the windows
in their night clothes, with the
thyfinoineter 20 degrees below
zerp, gof it hot and cold siniul-
Schley At Knoxville.
Knoxville, Term., Feb. 0. The
visit of Admiral nnd Mrs. Schley
to Knoxville ended tonight so far
as the entertainment features are
concerned and the visitors will
leave tomorrow for W ashington.
A reception tendered to the ud-
miurl by the Cumberland club to-
night was the closing feature. The
entire club house was decorated
handsomely in the tri-colors. The
punch bowl was imbedded in the
hold of a miniature model of the
Brooklyn made from choicest
flowers. The admiral spoke brie-
fly, on account of a severe cold
thanking Knoxville for its hospi-
Patent medicine advertisers
sometimes overdo the thing. For
instam'e, one of tlienl Is exploiting
the alleged ‘XliTest man in Amer-
ica, ” who is made to say that he]stomach,
Attributes his long life to the use
of a medicine that has only been
on the market two months.
c. c. c.
Tft« Cooking Club will meet
wi)h Mrs, Harvey tomorrow after-
noon nt o'clock. This will lie a
Very Important meeting. A.!
members should lie present.
f I, F.UK's WISE SUGGESTION.
“1 haVe lately been much troubled
GRCWE MERCANTILE COMPANY'S STORE
113 and 114 North Bickford Avenue
There is a lesson for the politi
cal controversionalists nearer
home in the fact that Senators
Tillman and Spooner, who never
lose an opportunity to engage in
a political controversy on the floor
of the senate, are the best of per-
belching and sour
writes M S. Mead, lead-
ing pharmacist of Attleboro, Mass
I could eat hardly anything with-
out suffering several hours My
clerk suggested 1 try Kodol Dyspep-
sia Cure, which 1 did with most
happy results. I have had no more
trouble and when one can go to eat-
ing mince pie, cheese, candy and
nuts after such a time, their diges-
tion must lie pretty good I endorse
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure heartily."
You don't have to diet Eat all the
good food you want but don’t over
load tlie stomach. Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure digests your food. Ai C It.
There are doubtless senators
and representatives whose time is
worth more than the $5,000 a
year now paid them, but we should
not eare to insure the re-election
of those who vote for the pro-
posed increase of $2,500 in their
salaries. There area whole lot of
men in this country who don’t
make $5,000 a year.
w. o. w.
Attend camp Friday night.
The work will be explained and
demonstrated. Come out and
THE LAST H.KA III) OF IT.
“My little boy took the croup one
night and soon grew so had you could
hear him breathe all over the house,
“says F. D. Reynolds, Mansfield, O
\Ve feared he would die, but a few
doses of One Minute Cough Cure
quickly relieved him and he went
to sleep. That’s the last we heard
The Minnesota board of par I of the croup. Now isn't a cough
, , , , cure like that valuable?” One Min-
dons has refused to grant the pcti- W Coujfh Curp is ,lbs()hlt( ,y safe
tion for an absolute pardon for and acts immediately. For coughs,
.lames and Cole Younger, and the
two noted convicts will have to
remain in Minnesota,
out of prison on parole, but lim-
ited to the state borders. lt‘s too
bad; but the Youngers will be
Olders before an absolute pardon
colds, cr >up, grip, bronchitis and all
other throat and lung troubles it is a
cerlain cure Very pleasent to take.
like it At C. R.
being now The little ones
Walter Clark will again be n
candidate for sheriff from Rock
Island township. With Sehwur-
berg commissioner, Charley Stan-
dard for register of deeds, Clark
for sheriff and Hill for assessor,
Rock Island will be
represented. Possibly the town-
ship may become top heavy and
lose everything. The boys had
better get together and concen
(rate their strength on one or two
positions. They certainly can't
] hereby take occasion to notify
patrons and friends in El Reno
and vicinity that I have quit the
smallpox practice having no
futher connection with it, there
fore from this date on will enter
private practice again.
I)r. K. E. White
El lieno, Jan. 30. 1902
Did you know a BLACK CAT brings good luck? And Topsy” was a
two brands of Hosiery are the very best. We carry them.
February 25, El Reno, Okla.
AN EXTRAORDINARY EVENT
$2.00 Men's Shoes
$10 Suits for $5.
$1 Shirts for5oc.
For the Laughing
0. L Richards,
205lSouth R. I. Ave.
TOO RICH TO MARRY
CLaRK & BOYS.
Booms 5, (i
7, Jalonick Bldg.
/f \ . I; f
MEXICAN ROOT TILLS
To cure SICK HEADACHE,
| and all diseases arising from In-
digestion. They will purify your
blood and make your complexion
as FAIR AS A LILY. They are
1 k'olatlr. coated. PRICE 25 CENTS.
A Scintillating Whirligig of Laugh- ^ kPRRICK
ter, Wit and Humor
SEAT SALE OPENS A WEEK IN ADVANCE OF DATE
Our High tirade Photo 10c to
35c just to advertise our work.
After the 15th we only work at
the regular dozen rates. Drum s
Railway Photo Car down by the
Rock Island deopt.
There is probably no disease or
condition of the human system
pretty well | that causes more suffering and
distress than piles. Tublers's
Buckeye Pile Ointment cures them
quickly, without pain or detention
from business. Price, 50 in bottle
Tubes, 75cents. At ( . It. Miller
Fou Sai.k A good plmetnn
will trade for light buggy.
F. Lone, at Fuller it Fuller's.
White grapes, bananas, navel
oranges, California apples, tine
date's and lemons at Austin
Hughes, at 110 E. M oodson st.
Dr. Wynne was in Oklahoma
Harms Bros. New Rooms Now
Arc you nervous, run down,
weak and dispirited! Take a few
dose's of Herbine. It will inf11-»•
new energy, new life into the ex-
hausted nerves, the overworked j
brain or muscular system, and
put a new face on life'anel busine ss.
Price 5o cents. At C. It. Miller.
Chus. F. llarrett e»f the Shawnee
Herald has gone to Washington to
help Doyle in his fight for single
statehood; or rather, when sim-
mered denvn: to help Doyle ,n his|City y sterday and
<•:; ,'. ts >o j i tar! statehood f. rC
On Sunday, Feb. 9th, a series
of Revival services will be> begin
in the Roek Island M. E. Church.
Rev. G. M. Hughy, 1*. I)., of the
St. Louis Conference, who is one
of the greatest preachers in Metho-
dism, will be on hand and
preach continuously forone month.
A great Revival is looked for.
The 11 arms Bros billiard parlor -
are now open with Stant Jackson |C • R. Miller,
in charge. The billiard hall is,
entierly seperato from the saloon ‘
and wine rooms; and is fitted up
in the very best style. The,
Brun^vick-Biilke Di Him 1 and
pool tables are used. Lovers of
the game are assured of good ser-
vice and best treatment.
Nervous children are almost
| always thin children. The “out-
door-boy” is seldom nervous.
I White's Cream Vermifuge is the
| best preventive of nervousness.
It strengthens the system and
assists to that sort of flesh, which
creates strength and power of
endurenee. I’riee, 25 cents. At
Office open day and night.
Picture frames and mats cut t<>'«*
All work done neatly and promptly.
Corner R. I. Ave and RussellSt
PILE-INK CURES PILES!
Money refunded if il ever fails.
Have you seen Doc?
Who is Doe !
lie's a natural born
Den'. " u Sec?
Received today the handsomest
: assortment of Elk pins nnd but-
i tons ever seen in Oklahoma,
j Now on exhibition at
Tin: Lose Ji'.wiu.i:'. Stoke.
New equipment, new schedule,
| new route. “Choctaw Route.”
I Oysters in every slyle at
SAVED HIM FROM TORTURE.
There is no more agonizing trouble !
th«n piles. The constant itching
and burning make life intolerable.
No position is comfortable. The
torture is unceasing DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve cures plies ut once. For
skin diseases, cuts, burns, bruises, ;
all kinds of wounds it is unequalled.
J.S. Derail St Paul, Ark., says:
"From Is!K> I sufferod with the pro-
truding, bleeding piles and could
find nothing to help me until I used
DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve. A
few boxes completely cured me.
Beware of counterfeits. At C. R-
Firemen's ball, February 1—tli»
Secure u ticket, and encourage
the best fire company in OJw'r
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Simpson, E. J. El Reno Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 142, Ed. 1 Friday, February 7, 1902, newspaper, February 7, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc910401/m1/2/: accessed October 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.