El Reno Supper Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 64, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 7, 1901 Page: 2 of 4
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EL RENO SUPPER BELL.
E. J. Simpson, Editor and Prop'r.
Daily, Per Annum............<3 Ob
W«rkiy, Per Annum........ w
WHEN DOCTORS DISAGREE
Dr M Rlrai h, superlule dent dtlie
boar 1 of hr tilth. In a communication
to the American wi h regaid to the |
diph'berltic canes, sh>s.
"The bo-ird of health in taking ivi-ry I
precm ion pissible to nsust in damp-
ing ou ilia dread dlrea-e and ia will-
ing at all time* lo list n to the wi-e
counsel of <0 I heals, but b -leaf er
wid pm no attention to i lie opinions |
of cranks, old grtuuy d'ictur* or hys
On grnnny docmis s a harsh tci tn
Ceitsi lv doctors should agree. Onlv I
the common herd should call n urns |
and oilfer in opinion
And 1 Teddy” can dine together all they please for
ought we care. What we are after is YOUK
business in our line. We expect to merit it by
giving the public the very best the markets o
the world alfords in up-to-date merchandise.
Something we want you to look at.
OurCloaks Our Furs Our Blankets
Our Separate Sr kirts Our Carpets and Rugs
Our Lace and Pcrtier
Our Tailor Suits
Our Trunks and Grips
i-1 i uci Curtair s Our Underwear Our Overcoats
Our £ hoes for Men. Boys. Wcmen and Children
Our lirecf Lion and Cheshire fine bh.rts
Our S hrl Waists i» Silk and Wtool
Our Ec ys’ *r d Youths’ Clothing.
Ur Shu tec, Ot"i A. Shu'tee'g|
bio ti.*r, h.ia decidi d to locate here
N B Wash has re urned from Wild
man. H. says the milling camp 1*1
boom'i it and each da> big blocks cf I
•took are sold to tPO**e who know a
goo i iiilng wlma thev *«« it. Mr.
Wass hh)b the Inca iooe are licb iu |
mineral. The in f ce lokei • aiel
tine T in Bid hopes ho, hut must fain
Cjnfe.e that, while no f-'iu Mlseouri,|
It nevertheless has to be all iwn.
Con ty Comm « inner L 'eper was at
the Bed office yesteidey He tldnke
the air atioo of tk« bndae mailer at
tile time has hurt tie court house
Kop'img generally to S'-veral lr<
qulreis, toe Bill states that the 01
gin iz itlon of the "King's Daugkier .'
a ieligi 'Us and charitable aoeietv, i.
still all e and prepared to syslemat''
ealv look after all nutters apper
laining to charity work, and caretuily
expend all lunds entrusted to it
Remember the Weekly Bell is
mailed for only 50 oeuts a year.
George F. Brown «nl Pont Adding
ton are s lUlUslastlc over the prospects
of El Keuo securing Fritco connect
Owing to Quo Vadis not being ml
vertised there was the slimmest sudl
enie of lie season at the »how house
The tabernacle meetings continue to
attract immense crowd..
We positively assure you if you will make a careful
inspec ion ot tluse different lines you will be convinced
beyond i dcubt that we have the goods, and that the
PRICES are in beeping with honest, upright merchan
The Crowe Mercantile Co. is
Hai put on a new train known as fha
"OKLAHOMA LIMITED” between
Oklahoma Ciiy and Kansas City. This
is ibe fastest ami finest equipped train
out of Oklahoma for Kansas City, St.
Louis and Memphis
The "OKLAHOMA LIMITED*
leaves Oklahoma Oilv at 8:10 I*, M ,
arriving at KansssCity * 40 next morn-
ing, St. Louis 5: 35 P M., and Memphis
5; 00 P. M. It consists "f baggage car.
three (3) chair cars, and one (I) Pull-
man. The Pol man sleeper and nna
chair car got a thn ugh to Kansas City
without change, one chair car through
St Louis, and one through in Memphis.
'1 be return train leared Karsaa City
9 ;U P. M., a'riving Oklahoma City 10:
55 A. M.
Further information regarding rates,
sale etc., wi I be cheerfully given by
ary Frisco System Agent "r the under-
B F, Dun*,
Distrli t Passenger Agent.
the PLACE. 113-115
The Be" i* now supplied with an ex*
ellei t assort merit of latest sty le typ»,
md ihe office is making a specially of
'ne blank lurks"*' legal briefs.
[First Published Out. 21]
Notice of Mob.
GRAIN AND STOCKS.
M iy wheat closed to day 784
May whiat closed jesteiday 75
Mui corn to-diy 8?4
May Corn yesterday 611
Stocks h gher.
Hou. Alonzo Byers diopptd in ai
the, Bell office today to say "how do
and renew his alhgiaiKe to the Deni
ccratic party and proclaim Ins ud
ewerviog opposinon to Repuobcanism
Mr. Byers is now liv tig at Oklahoma
Washington dispute] in State Capital
quotes Mr. Hynu as saying that "ail
teriitorial appointments will be sen’
10 the senate for con Urination." Does
this mean that Gov. Jerkins' name
will go in to* If so. some papers ate
•hooiiog before they are ready. Any
how Jenkins is governor at tfee present
The Cemetery Committee should cod-
aider the matter very seriously before
making its report as to pi ices lor
The sentiment seen s to be against
high prices. Couhcilmen, Peach
Pagtds and Stone, committee, are to an
extent bound by action of coupoil tlx
ing tlie price between 24 and 100 dollars
but as lobg as their report has not been
W ideit would be just as well to inveatl
gate the matter closely, and then,
advisable modify" their report, and
recommend lower pricea.
On he question nt osoirg herds o
Canadian County, O T. fur the pur-
pose of erecting a court lviu-e
Whereas, There was presented to
ih>- Board of C( uoty Comm ssiomrs id
(Janadi n County, O. T., at the regu-
lar October 1901 ussion of said hoiirit,
the petition of more tl an eight hun-
dred electors and taxpayers i-f Can-
adian county, O. T , praying that a
rote be taken for the is-u ng of bonds
to build a lourt house on block 75, in
the city of El Keuo, and the said hoard,
kaving examined the said petition,
found that the eame w is signed by
more than one sixth of the qualified
electors and tsxpaytrs of the said
anility, as sbr-wn by the last preced-
ing enutneralim of said county, and
was in all res eels legal.
A d the Board, having examined in
to the financial condition of said
oounty, caused a statement thereof 1°
be m ide upon the j ureal of their
proceedings, nbith Statement is in
words and tigurvs as follows:
FirBl—The assessed va nation of the
kixable properly within Cunudian
Countv, O T., as appears by the i qual-
lied assessment to'ils of taxable prop-
erty, fi r the year 1901, now in force
and effect, is $2,8 5,619
Second—The outstandirg indebted-
aess of said ciunty of tvery class and
eharacter whatsoever is $56,500. *
Third—The amount of cash In the
hinds of the county treasurer for
♦ounly use is $17 439 03.
Fouith—Bonds t) the amount of
fifty Thousand Dollars ($50 000) are
proposed to be issued for the purpose
• f building a court bouse on Block 75,
in the City of El Reno, for Canadian
County, O. 1\
The Board of County Commissioners
eousiderlng it to be to the best in
terest of the county to erect a court
It is therefore ordered by the Board
#f County Commissioned of Canadian
Oouhty, 0. T., that a Special efeetlon
he held in Canadian County, O. T„ on
the 28th day of November, 19<h, upon
the question of issuing bonds of Can-
adian County, 6. T„ to the amount of
Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000), to
be used for the purpose o( erecting a
ourt house on Block 75, in the City of
El Reno, ftr said county.
Dated this 23d day of October, 1901.
By order of the Board of County
Commissioner* of Canadian County,
Attest Eari. Bkx*x, Co. Clerk.
t onilrtfr, Ohio, Nov. 5th, l&bb.
Pepsin Sj i up lu ,
Mi micelle, III
V hi c v siting in'Isylerv He. Ill, 1
'sate across ymir Dr Caldwe I's Syrup
Pepsin Have usi-d two hi d one hull
Mttn s ami il Iihb i ei e me more gone
ii„n ad Ibe medicine 1 hsve u-ad f> i
wo yei-re, Please el tie I-now if \> n
no snui me three or tour heitlss and
.ibit it will cost hi send ii to Corning,
eiryioun'y Oho, aid n Ige
Mrs. ^AKAII A. Me RACKFN.
g ild by C. R Miller.
CHOCTAW CHANGE OF TIME
Q.i a ."I alter Si pi. 29 lie C'bets *
| Knt" nail swill It»v tne El Ben.
ill pot ae follow S:
' rain N" 2, east bound. 8:45 p ni.
i rain No. 4, ea-tnou-u , 8:13 a. nt
Train No 1 westheUlul, 7:lit a m.
Tr in An. 3 wen bon no, 8:30 p. tn.
Train No. 1 runstnion h eSayie
ii-lead of as herttofure In Weather
fnrd, and train bo 2 will leave Sajri
at 3:50 p.m. A. C. HOUGH,
Orders left at. Hickman's Music
store receive prompt Ht'elition, tuner
has20yeais ■ xperirnce aid guaran
tees ertire satisfaction 61
Is, will, anil and can sen Millinery
as cheap as sny place in El Reno, see
the 25a street hats also 1.50 trlmme
hats Mis. G. F. Waitsun Bickford
QUESTION ANSW V HKD.
Yes, August Flower still has the
•ogest sale of auv medicine in the
nvilized world. Y' ur mothers aud
^rat dmoihers Deypr tl" uelit of using
aiiytlmg else tor Indigestion or HiI-
ii u-iess Doctors weie ihHroe, a,t"i
tiny seldom heard of Appendicitis
Ncrvoiie Prtistration o< Heart Milure.
etc, I hey used August. Fiow-r tr
lean out the sysieni and stopfer
meniation of undigested t-od, regu-
late the Bftion of the liy* r. Hiinulale
iho nervous and otgaiiic action of the
ry-tetu, and that is all ihey took wlien
feiling dull ai d bad with headaches
ind other aches. Yoq only need a
fiw doses of Green’s August Flower
in liquid form, to make you sa'irfied
there is nothing serious the matter
with vou. Get Grpen’s prize almanac.
Sold by C. K. Miller, druggist.
A Strong Woman
lows Oity, Iowa, Aug. IS, 1900
Mr wife iu sick for three yeen. We tried
eTerrthint without reliel »ad «ient uueh
money. Igy wile tried Wine of Curdui undfour
bottlee cured her. She took two more bottles,
knowing She would h»ve to work herd during
the hey hsrveet. She uttended t« all bar bouASr
hold duti»a end loeded and unloaded all the
hay. This medicine gave her. et.-ingth. Lor-
xnerlv ehe was week and tired and conld hardly
get about, buteince ehe has been taking Wine
of Oardul she feels better and stronger than
when 20 years of age. 40b. A. I'.IOKNllAPKlg
Mr». Elienhaler had tried everythin* during
her three yeari sicknen snd had spent coniliT
erablc money. She wsi weak and Could hardly
get about for three yean before »he took
Now, after taking the Wine of Cardui, she can
Work with her husband In the hay field. That
Il hard work, but it Is not as Injurious to a
woman's health as labor in stores, factories and
offices where thousands of girls are closely con-
fined year after year. WKh the aid of Wine of
Cardui a woman can do any reasonable work and en|oy good health. The
health that Wine ol Cardui brings maket a woman vigorous in body and mind.
Freed from those terrible devastating pains a woman grows well and strong
naturally. Wine of Cardui regulates trie disordered menstruation and eures
leurorrhoei, falling ol the womb and periodical pains In the head snd back
caused bv standing or sitting a long time In the tame position. Thedford's
Black-Draught puts tht bowels, stomach, liver, kidneys and blood in proper
shspe Greatly Increased strength and endurance Is the natural result. Most
cases are cured quickly. All druggists srll $1.00 bottles of Win# of Cardui
and 25 tent packages "of Thedford's Black Draught
fat advlcw literatim, eddrtaa. giYice ■ymptom*. "The T.Adle*' AdvjNTJ
Peiaertment." The Ch*tt»noof» Medicine Coiniieny, Uratunooge, Ten*.
American Groc ry
South Choctaw Avenue.
OPPOSITE ROCK ISLAND DEPOT.
A. OLIVER, Proprietor.
Crc cer it 5 a11 N tw. Pr ices all L ow.
\z:o m modalions all Right
'PHONE CALL - - - - PAN-AMERICAN.
LEE LUNG LAUNDRY,
W ar. i 11w ii phtel in Annex of
C di1n Hotel Lke Luku I.acndkt
Nivi-i 'rv t • p.oii ind or CPUgh, u *
the rsti ei'y'll t lit faiiinKly curqu"r«
I both BALLAHIVS HOREHOyND
.SYRUP is ihe gieat specilic for all
I thruai an 1 lung troubles Price, 25'
I ami 50c Solii tn K. Miilfr.
Talbott, A Elllntt, Bro». are ready
to reliDquish to the Made any of
t heir sli ck of Fin Groceries and
Feed at fglr and n «h cable prices.
Call Kntf kOn nuVvtock and net nur
priced. They art rl<rh> ahd we
will treat you right, Wed* liver
to any part'of tho city.
Tour tb please,
TALBOT ft ELLIOTT.
CASH - GROCERY - STORE,
207 6. lock Island Ays.
There i" pri haMy ro dimase n)°re )
dis'r - sing srd nnnm;ng th-m pi’es 1
I A KEh K’.H i UCK EYE PILE OIN P
M ENT i# dHny i uririg i a-ei of lears’
b'hnding i f iteiiing and Idi-eding pi|p“.
I he cure I eg ns on l lie fin t applicaton
a lime perkevMafi' •' uiahes the 'lire
fl!"fni Ii r<. Price, 50 rjn hcttle Tubes,
75c Sold b U. K. Miller
At low ptic-s In or
der iu m ine vour acquunt.-iuce and
show you a Haiuple O' mv work I will
make the following low prices:
CetAcn' fllllnge 2*5c up.
Silver fillings 50c up.
(inl'd til'ings $1.00 up.
All work guaranteed.
Chas, S. Millrk, D. D. S.
Corner Kock Island avenue and
Russell street, over hardware store.
FOR SALE DR TRADE
Farm of 96 acres in north Texes,
four miles from railroad tiwn, os
Ruck Ilium! R. It. 12 miles from coal
mines. All under hreo wi e fence.
Will trade this tine farm for El Ren#
roper'y, or si II 'ur cash atabargaia.
Call st Bell officio
Fcr nuts, flge, dates,
oall on CoDvill A Ross.
LET THERE RE LIGHT
Gasoline iRmi's and lamp supplies
and lamp rpp dring at W. C. Kirk's
barber parlor- on Russell street, rear
of Harms Bros
WHO LOST IT?
A itore truck was left in
man’s yar! Hal rw'een nigb
can get it by paying for ti is *i.
The Bell office ia prepared to fur-
nish chattel mortgage blanks in Infs t,s
suit. Price, 25 for BOscents. The very
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