El Reno Supper Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 64, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 7, 1901 Page: 1 of 4
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EL RENO, OKLAHOMA, NOVEMBER 7. 1901.
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Rayner’s Grand Per-
oration in his Ar-
Cheered by Spectators and
Congratrlated by court
A Great Speech in
Is going- to move to first
door south of the First
National bank about the
20th of November. Re-
duced prices on all trim-
med hats until we move.
Mrs, G. P. Watson
A phantom dance Friday
opera house. A chance for
“It has taken three years to reveal
the ca<e Not a single word that ha*
fallen from the tongue of a single wit
ness, friend or foe, casts a shadow of
a reflection upon the honored name ol
the hero of Santiago. He has nevei
claimed the glory of that day. Nc
word to this effect ha* ever gone forth
from h m to the American people. Th'
vahant Cook, the hemic Clark, th.
lamented Philip, the Intrepid and un
daunted Wainwright, and all the otte
captains, and every man at every gui
and every soul on board o' every ship
are equal participants with Admira
Schley in the honor wrought on that
immortalday. Wc caunot strike dow.
his figure standing on the bridge of th*
Brooklyn. There he stands upon th.
bridge of the Brooklyn His thi
almost alone, and facing the entire 11
of the Spanish foe, until the On g
upon the Wings of ligll , sped into th
thickness of the fight.
•*G id bless the Oregon!” was th
cheer that rang from deck to deck an,
on they went twin brothers in the chan
until the last gun was fired fmm tl«
Cristobal Colon and the despotic colon
ct Spain were swept front the faee n
her ancient p issessi ms.
“ Well done; congi aiuiate you on th
victory," was the streamer that wa
bent from the halyard of the Brooklyn
The thunders of tbe Brooklyn as sh.
trembled on the waves have been di.
cordant music to i he ears of enviuu
foes, but they have pierced with s
thrilling melody the earsof his country
men and struck a responsive chord at
the fireside of every American home
And what is more than all which has
been revealed in this case, as matchles
as is his courage and as unsullied as
is his honor, is his beautiful charaote
and th* generous spirit that animates
his soul and the forgiv ng h*art tha
beats within his bosom. Yes, we cat,
not strike him down, Erect lie stands
as the McGregor wheD lie stepped 01
his native heather and his eye was on
the peak of Ben Lomond His country
does not want to strike him down nor
cast a blur on the pure escutcheon ot
his honored name.
"Fo" three long years he has suffered
and now, thank God! the huur of hi
vindicati ,n has come. With compos-
ure with resignation, with supreme
ami unfaltering fortitude, he awaits the
judgment of this illustrious tribunal
and when th it d diverance comes, he
can from the high and <x 1 cd posi
Fun that he occupies, look down upon
I is Iraduoers and rutligners aid wit,
exultant prid i exCai n: ‘f care not for
tile venomousg ssiouf duos and draw
ing rooms, and cl q n s and cab its and
thepid'O ed shafts of envy and of
niH’fee. I await, under lilt, guidance
•of DiVl is Pc >«! le let tic veil;, of
DRESS MAKING PARLORS
■404 S. Bickford
Wedding trousseaux, ball room
and evening dresses and
tailor made suits
All work guaranteed and only
the latest methods used. Plain
tress making also solicited.
MKS. EVA 1). WHIPPLE
Bright young men or ladies wanting
a good paying position to call at room
5 Kerfnot lintel fro u 9 to 11 o'clo ik a.
Convill & Rosa,
and past ry flour at
You will find your Aunt Jemima at
Convill & Ri ss ’
ee the New
Arc Lamp at Kirk's
Madams Seelhorst and Foster will
demonstrate from 2 to 4 o’clock at the
Kerfoot Hotel parlore. Will be here
for a few days only. All ladies are
cordially invited to call. f~
We have salt in barrels, and 50c and
$1 00 sacks. Convill & Ro«s.
We carry a complete line ol bottled
goods. Convill & Ross.
$1.00 Wrappers~$1.00 Wrappers,
INI Fill INVOICES
TAILOR-MADE SUITS - - - TAILOR-MADE SUITS.
IN THIS SALE.
AT ALL CUT PRICES
^In'eLOT 1-2. AND ONE LOT 1-3 OFF; ONE LOT 1-4 OFF
REMEMBER TW NU»M BER^MSO. BICKFORD. 3 DOORS
MRte- ROSE HUBER.
6r“t class tailoring cal at
219 S K I ave.
any ki"d of repairing call
at 219 ■*. R I ave
cleaning and pressing call
at 219 8. R 1 ave
prices to cr-moete with any
hon=e ’"CSt of Chicago c ill
at 219 8. R. I ave.
the sake of being well
pleased Call >it 219 S. R I
ave., and I’ll be glad to
Orders taken now andcareftl'ly se-
lected Turki vs supp ied for
FEU EH & US.
Corner Rock Island and Loud in
sts, one block south county ciur;
SOMBART’S DRUG STORE
TWO DOORS SOUTH OF
FOR REN r—A live-room house, with
cistern, well uuu stable; located I
nine e,st aud 2 mile, s iu u, uear
good action'. Call at 218 So Koca
Island avenue. 15
FOR SALK—ti room house and two
lo s Cali at Pan American Gro-
FROM r ROOM—Furnished nr unfui-
ni-hi d tor reut at 1120 South Bat k- r
ROOMS— Furnished rooms for ren>,
witn or without hoard at B14 South
Evans luf rrnsti n obtained hy
calii .e at No 104 South Bickford
FOR 8A LK— I liree room house and
a two ei'iiml cari iag«. Inquire at
Strong Furniture tore 55
WAN I KD— t hree go id dining ro ,iu
girls. Must have good references
Apply at Gory ho el Gearv.O
FOR SALE—Good eix room house. 24
lots, cit.v water; located on Cap
it,nl Hi 1 f or Morns east of Cad
do hotel; $2 590 cash A hirers P
O n x tU4 r cal on Saturday at
BOOK W dest. 61
WANTh.1)— Imm.diately at Mrs. De-
Mnss’e dressmaking parlors, two
good r r un-tr sees. 108 So. Bick
FCR SALE OR RENT—Restaurant. o
N. K ek Island; 25 regula' boatd
ers. Call at Supper Bell. 61
FOR SALE— Cheap, baby carriage o,
g md condition. D. B. Grant, 120
Sn. Admre. p59
WANTED—Work by young lady from
7:30 t , 6 n’c'nrk in private familv
Or hotel. Call at 410 North Evans
WANTED—By young man. 16 vea s
old, a place to work for board and
and go ,o school Call Ht Fields'
restaurant, N Bickford p60
WANTED—A good, energetic man h
w rk fur i ne of the best old lim
I'fe insurance companies in th*
United States. C.ll at the Bell
WANTED—Position hy man and wife
F^xpert horse and stockman
address B x 595. Fil Reno 6.7
WOMAN— for grneral h nsewnn
warned at once. Call at 1st brict
house North Irving School. in
liickox Addition, oo Bickford nve-
WANTED—Position in email family
general housework. Address A
B C.. Bell office. y0
WAN l'ED— three dining room girl a
A net me Hotel, must be expert
DOG LOST—A French pood'p, a
while. Please letuin to law o til LI
nfClark an I Boys, Warren bldg
W ANTF)r»—A pprentice Boy, not le.-
t au 14 yt a sri; io tear n inaehin
and foundry business Parent in
qu.ldian will roats wi h him t
tile Is;I Ron, Foundry & Ma< h*n
F',,r Rent — G md, well paying dinin,
rin)oi i* uinhtMiv furnished. Fin
quite at, P n Americas Grocery.
HELP WANTED. Flxperience
help wanted at El Reno L it
LOsT KEYS C une to Bell ollii t
all g t I tie in. 61
UUEssvl KIN — ’lain and fa, c
sew ng done at 111 o Barker. 61
FURNISHED RO • Vl K)R RENT-
S' 103 hi uth Mac inti. 61
FOR I KaDK—16,000 s oca g nera
111-re ti a nde nir Oko'hnma re
estate. Address Box 87, El Reno
WAN PhD At ONCE—A girl fo
housew. rk in email farui'y. 520 8
(! i ct w avenue 62
WAN I ED—G 'I f r general linose
w rk. Vl rs Ane Rhoads, 414 S
FCR RENT—F ne furnished room a
120 Smith Admire ave, D. B
sure. Henry Schafer is visiting ii
El Reno Conned No 758 K & L of
8. will meet at the home of Mrs. Beck
m Monday November tha 11th. All
members should be present if possiole.
Convill & Ross’.
cents per quart ft
GET GOOD E > k H IU HT O W
1 R SVISIItR
Swiss, at 25c
Cream, at 20c
Young America, 20c lb
Special prices oh a whole
Wo offer Lettuce at 25
cents per ib.
Celery— Kalamazoo— at
10c or 3 for 25c.
New York Grapes, 30c
Wax Beans, 10c per Ib.
Parsley for garnishing,
and a nice lot of Onions,
Turnips, Cabbage, S eet
Potatoes and Vegetables.
Fine large Potatoes st
$1.00 per bushel.
PURE FOOD GROCERS.
Plume 30 pr ,,„ 1 n
HEBRINF! ewe-dens the breath,
irightens ihe eyes an t c!ear« the coiii-
nlexion wi bout the -ligiitiei, id eff c's
whatevr, end ensures t lie natural
■loom of health P i:e, 50 i. bold by
C. R. Miller.
FOR SALE OR KEN T.
My resldenc? properly no. 912 south
Pock island avenue. 5 room cottage,
all si Sullivan hi,use and see owner,
Mrs J C. Tousley 61
Two pounds of bulk c ffee for 25 ci nts
a Convill and Russ
Children’s Short Coats
Vlisses Unlined Walking
Skirts in Tan, Grey and
Dyer and Noland
Judze Irwin lo iiupn-onment in the
penitentiary for h term of live years
were sentenced by
110 WOODSON AT.
is now open on the European ))
— Plan— (
Good thing to be said about our new
store. \es, it looks very nice; and!
business is business is fine; but the!
best of all THE PRICKS ARC LX-
1 RLMELY LOW. If you have not
called you have missed something,
L. C. VAN NESS & C0„
ART AND FANCY GOODS.
Phone 187. Cor. Bickford and Woodson
IFYOU BUY IT OF J V I I I i j f'i GOO
Complete line of Gents’
HARRY S. GUNDRY & CO
110 ISouth Rock Island Ave.
EL RENO, O. T.
MEALS AT MEAL HOURS
Short Orders at all Hours,
Table Board $5 per Week.
$6 oo for $5,00.
Rooms per day 50c &. $1.00
. 6 to 9
12 to I :30
6 to 7 :30
Special Dinners Served on
WINNINGHAM BROS, have a
large assortment of Navajo Indian
III Blankets in r"<t sizes, Direct from
i New Mexico. Native aud German
I I town Wool.
Dinner Hours .
Supner Hours ,
SALE OF TRIMMED
HATS THIS WEEK.
PITTS & HEED,
226 S. Rock Island Ave.
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Simpson, E. J. El Reno Supper Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 64, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 7, 1901, newspaper, November 7, 1901; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc910853/m1/1/: accessed October 29, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.