El Reno Daily Globe. And Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 187, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 2, 1903 Page: 2 of 4
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EL RENO DAILY GLOBE
EL RENO EVENING BELL
O. B. II ALBERT J. M. TADLOCK
HALBEKT & TADLOCK
EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS
Daily, per ennum, mailed... $4.00
' six months, “ ... 2.50
“ one “ “ ... 50
“ week, delivered.. 10
“ 1 month delivered.. 25
Weekly, per annum........ 1 00
“ six months......... 75
r'oiered at the uoHoflice tl K1 Reuo for trail*
msaiaii through the mail* a* »eruod-claM natter
Type and Machinery for Sale
The consolidation of the Bell and
Globe offices gives us some surplus
machinery and type, which we will
sell at a bargain. We have an Ad-
vance cutter 22 inch, brand new
a Washington hand press 7column
olio; a 7x11 Pearl jobber; 150 lbs.
Opt. body type and 150 lbs. lOpt.
body type; 5o lbs. 6pt., all good
faces and almost new Snap for
and office that needs it. Call at
theGlobe and Bell office.
| axative Rromo Quinine o sri/
Cures a Cold in One Day, Crip in 2 Days vb/.
Perkitorv or Oklahoma. (
Canadian County. i
In the Probate Court in and for said j
County and Territory.
In the matter of tlie estate
i nil Gujrdiau of Horace Me Gkhke
Birdie Me Gkiiee and Anna Me
Notice is Iiere-by given that, pur- i
suant to an order made and enter-1
ed tiy the Probate Court of said
County and Territory on the 24lli ,
day ot March, 1903 mi the matter j
of the estatu of the above named j
minors, the undersigned as the j
gtiardianjof the persons and estate |
of said minors, will sell at private-
sale, to the highest and best bid- j
der for cash, subject to confirmation j
of tlie said Probate Court, on or ,
after the loth day of April, 1903 all
the right, title and estate of the I
said minors in and to the follow-
ing described Real Estate situate, J
lying and being in the County of
Canadian and Territory of Okla-
homa, and upon the following terms
and conditions, to-wit;
An undivided One Seventh. (1-7)
interest in ai d to lots. 3-4 and 5 |
and the S. E. quarter of the N. W,
quarter of Section 6, Twp 11-N,
Range 5W 1. M. in Canadian Co.
O. T. the same to be sold at private
sale to the highest and best bid-
der for cash, and bids and offers to
buy may be addressed to the under-
signed at Yukon, O.T. or filed In
the office of the probate court of
said county. Dated this March
d 180 15t Guardian.
East night special policeman God-
frey run in nine vagrants found at ,
the depots, if they could lie worked
on the streets or on the sewer gang I
for a few days such gentry would
give El Reno a wide berth.
M. N. WILSON.
J. W. CLARK.
Jl ITV MARSHAL,
w. p. McCartney.
C. L. ENGLE.
F. L. ADAMS.
1st ward Frank Kraft.
2nd ward James Longmikk.
3rd ward J. W. Freeborn.
4tii ward John Hacket.
1st ward—Albert Gbkrek.
2nd ward—L. Hoffman.
2ld ward—Thos. Peach.
Bth ward—Dr. J. Hensley.
Women have been voting in school
elections all over this territory ever
since it was organized. Their legal
right to vote lias never been quek-
tioried before, and until some proper
judicial court passes upon same
there is no question of their legal
right to vote. Fortunately for the
schools and the women, Mr. Libby I
has not the power to disfranchise I
A 5WEEI BIT A H.
Ts a never failing sign of a healthy
stomach. When tlie breath is had ;
tlie stomach is out of order. There I
is no remedy in the world equal to '
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for curing j
indigestion, dyspepsia and all
stomach disorders. Mrs. Mary N.
Cricks, of White Plains, Ky., |
writes: “I itave been a dyspeptic
for years—tried all kinds of reme-
dies but continued to grow worse.
By the use of Kodol I began to im-
prove at once, and after taking a
few bottles am fully-restored in
weight, health and strength and
can eat whatever 1 like. Kodol di-
gests what you eat and makes tlie
stomach sweet.—For Sale bv R.
Special sale in clothingmen—
and boys —at Tannebaum s.
Take a look at Newells Window
and then Come in and Buy a suit
For the Ladies. Just
^ecesved, a fine line
of the latest Styles and
Pitts & Heed
16 S Rock Island Ave.
! MENGER SHOE CO. 2
* Shoes and
Nothing but Shoes
Styles and Shapes
To Suit one all
Are due to indigestion. Ninety-nine
of everyone hundred people who have
heart trouble can remember when it
was simple indigestion. It is a scien-
tific fact that all cases of heart dis-
ease, not organic, are not only trace-
able to. but are the direct result of
indigestion. All food taken into the
stomach which fails of perfect diges-
tion ferments and swells the stomach,
puff , ng It up against the heart. This
interferes with the a tion of the heart,
and in the oourse of time that delicate
but vital organ becomes diseased.
Digests What You Eat
Mrs. Loring Nirhola of Penn Yan. N Y .
s: Affsr eating, my f. d would distress
y making my heart pa pitate and 1 should
become very weak. Finally I got a l
Kodol ard it gave me immediate relief. After
using a few bottles I am cured.
Kodol cures Indigestion, dyspepsia
and all stomach disorders, and gives
the heart a full, free and untram-
Bottles only. $1 00 Size holding 2^ times
the trial size, which sells for 50c
Double Your Money
You can do^so by buying stock of
the ‘ Central Oil & Gas Company,"
owners of 160 [acres of oil land
in the very center of Chanute
Kansas oil field.............
A Special price will be given our
home people on this stock. Call
Ricker & Springs j
$ We Solicit Your Trade
We do Repair Work
MERGER SHOE CO.
[First published March 21, 1903.]
Territory of Oklahoma, I ,
County of Canadian (
Notice is hereby given that on
the lbtliday of March A. D. 1903.
Louisia Schlopkell filed in tlie pro-
bate court of tlie County of Cana-
dian and Territory of Oklahoma, a
petition praying tor Letters of
Guardianship to be issued to Lou-
isia Schlopkoll upon the estate of
Emma Schlopkoll and Matta
Schlopkoll of the County ot Cana-
dian and Territory of Oklahoma.
And pursuant to an order of said
Probate Court, Thursday, the 2nd
| day of April A. D. 1903, at the hour
of 9 o'clock A. M. of said day, that
being a day of the regular March
Term, A. D. 1903, of said Probate
Ce irt, has l eeu appointed as the
time for hearing said application.
I wheu and where any person inter-
j ested may contest said petition by
| filing' written opposition thereto on
[ the ground of incompetency of the
‘ applicant, or may assert his own
rights to the Guardianship and
pray that Letters be issued to him-
| self. [Seal.]
Witness J. I. Phelps, Judge of
the Probate Court of the County of
Canadian, and the seal of the court
affixed, the 21 day of March A. D.
i 1902. J. I. Phelps.
Do You Need
- . _ Mm
A Desk f
We Have Just received a £
car load of all Kinds of Desks f
Which are Now on Display.
COME let Us Show You %
The Finest Line of Desks §
in the Southwest It costs you &
Nothing to look at our Stock. ^
C P Furniture ^ |
1 and Undertaking £
_ Phone, 68. 200, & 202, S. Bickford, El Reno, Okla.^'
Kansas City Southern Railway
“Straight as the Crow Flies”
KANSAS CITY TO THE GULP
PASSING THROUGH A GREATER DIVERSITY OP CLIMATE
SOIL AND RESOURCE TRAN ANY OTHER RAILWAY
IN THE WORLD, FOR ITS LENGTH.
for ( ommon ial cantaloupe, potato, tomato and pt-noral truck furw^- f r
FREH GOVERNMENT HOMESTEADS
I. rlto for acopy of "CURRENT EVENTS," puWLhoifhy tbo “UU-L
KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN RAILWAY
THE SHORT LINE TO
“INEXPENSIVE AND COMFORTABLE HOMES.”
expresses what uu-perverted demo-
cracy always means, viz, the wishes
of the people—tile consent of the
governed. Of course such a plat-
form puts an end to your grafts, but
tlie people have determined on it
and its no use “kicking against
GOOD FOR CHILDREN.
The pleasant to take and harmless
One Minute Cough l-ure gives im-
mediate relief in all eases of Cough
Croup and LaCrippe because it
dues not pass immediately into the
stomach, hut takes effect right at
the seat of the trouble. It draws
out the intlamation, heals and
sooths and cures permanently bv
enabling the lung;* to contribute
pure life-giving and life-sustaining
oxygen to tlie blood and tissues.—
For Sale by C. R. Miller.
Ilnndllade BootsaDd Shoes
Stock and Workmamhip
Repairing Promptly Done
Opp°siU Fire house.
If yon want a carpenter
call up PHONE 390.
J. E. HANES, s,
705 E. Wade, makes job 8
work a specialty at reason- I
J. H. morris Trav. Pass. Act
KANSAS CITY, MO.
S. C. WARNER, G. P. AND T. A
F E ROESLER, T RA V Pa,.. AND .MIO'N AGT^N.V£7. J.Mo.
I i •
For sale, a rooming house con-
taining 14 rooms. A bargain.
Enquire 314 S, Evans Av.
The democratic city pint form pre-
pared by the lawfully constitute I
authority of tha democratic party I
and published in the Globe and Bell !
gives a knock-out blow to the hypo-
critical pretensions of Mayor Hitt-'
►ley, judging by tin manner in which !
lie is rearing atul charging around.
Jton’tget excited mayor. tl:r.t plat-!
form is democratic to tin core; and
Anyone wishing a plain nurse
call on Dr- Arnold. d-lw
J. B. KERRICK
Lady Assistant in Attendance.
**v* wnp v vw W
Mrs. Rose Huber
^ Has on display a fine line of
j, Up-to-date, at 4
I ^ Reasonable Prices 4j
|>See our Ladies’ Skirts andj
Shirt Waists S
>104 SOUTH BICKFORD J
' A A A A /V A A A. A A A ^
J. C. S H R I V E R
Office open day and night.
Picture frames and mats cut t,
All work done neatly and promptly
No. 112 S. Bickford Ave
Dry Goods and Groceries
Ladies and Gents Furnishings
Indian Goods and Curios
Country Produce Taken
Your Trade Solicited
Foster & Stream
Second ^ Hand
On the Market to buy
all good Goods. Highest
Cash price paid for Second
hand goods. All Kinds of
Furniture, gasoline Stoves
etc. repaired on Short no-
The Only all round
Repair Shop in town
2nd Door South of First
3- K- floret
Of every thing that is Good.
New Clean Stock and
Cor. Rock Island and Wade.
.Sellsthe WHAT IS I
120 IN, Bickford
A J1 those holding tickets on pre-
mium dishes at S. J. Wicks store
please present them before April
8th as the premiums will be discon-
tinued after that date.
DRUG STORE "
Purity in Drugs and Ai M Il6D0 otfi&Dl IiU!
curacy in Compoundin
If you need the best in th
Drug line you’ll find it s
tha ; pays ifyc
ASK YODK GROCER JOB '"'n Aveni
BIG Q FLOUR ft- H- HILI
^--' bcicntihc and careful i
Manufactured by the elioor and wheehvr
UHADIAN Co’ MlLL & K^atob Cc ‘ PRICES ARE REASON
i Thfi Jockr • Horen Shoeln
On Choctaw Avenui
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Halbert, G. B. & Tadlock, J. M. El Reno Daily Globe. And Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 187, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 2, 1903, newspaper, April 2, 1903; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc910869/m1/2/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.