El Reno Daily Globe. And Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 187, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 2, 1903 Page: 3 of 4
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may evict actress.
CJara Morris Threatened with Loss
of Her Home.
Carge «nm« Earned in Her I-rotra.toa
"Tn Ulvcn Away, ill her. I.„at
by Making Injudlt-loua
Money 111* r.lmvuli.
Eviction from the house which has
sheltered her for 2Jjeai> now threat-
ens Miss Clara Morris (Mrs. Harriot),
tpuotiuuul actress and writer. She is
unable to leave her bed on account of
an attack of nervous prostration,
which followed the (dose of an unsuc-
cessful lecture tour, which she unde#-
took in the hope of i-uving her home,
near Mount Vincent, V V., from being
sold to satisfy u $2,000 mortgage.
Jt seems as if misfortune, which
blighted the latter years of Edwin
1 orrest, has also marked the last years
of the actress, w hose house stands on
land which the tragedian owned. In
the hope of finding a place where he
might, end his duy s in peace, Forrest
bought u tract of land overlooking the
Hudson, and there built a house, which
was a miniature of the ill-fated Ab-
bey erected by the eccentric uuthor
'Hie English original of the Forrest
bouse fell into ruins. The fubric of
tbc actor’s domestic happiness was
destroyed and the p'aee which he be-
lleved he would love he despised.
The house was sold for a small con-
sideration, and it still stands on the
grounds of the convent of Mount St.
Vincent. A part of the Forrest estate
was purchased by Thomas Cornell,
who built a dwelling, which in 1877
was sold to Mrs. Harriot. It was her
iope that, she might end her days in
In her professional life Miss Morris
successful and earned lurjjc suing
of money. She gave largely, however,
to help others. Her husband said re*
cently that she had been a lender all
her life instead of a borrower, and that
In consequence when the time had
Iimv HEjAii) FI*, has weighty mss'TIME TABLE EL RENO 0 '!
UY JOHN ll. it * s'-m.'it ^ * ’ v- *
UY JOHN II. HAKTKItY.
Old niau Koyi.e, lie boss le.misier, w.n
sitting by a c jl ...[ lump in hi. best i.ioni
l.e had taken oft h,. taoes and hi. ..oat
He was deep in his new.paper, of w:
It was (hi» habit to lead every word, ii
eluding, a,is., and he had lifted hi. old (iav
pope lor the thud tune when the lap at the
door caused him to alu ut: "Coine in! ’
f.ood evening, Mr. tioyue,” raid the
ilaiwart, well groomed young man wee
Wonderful Things Promised by an
Device to See live.- T( leplione Alniosl
IVpfiMiiMl — >r«*oti«l lu\«*ntlwa
Sr|taraf(‘M iaitlj ironi Snud
at *iua <1 4 out.
the great rock island railway
An inventive genius of Indianap-
olis, Ind., whose name is withheld
“Shs.’j A..t ,* i<. *or present, within a few weeks
log his rtadin/r<>* ^ l^e w ^ n-'um "‘H the world two inventions
‘‘I know sue is, sir. That’s why I called.
1 lie old fall.. ... .1...... i :
fat old fellow put down hi/punti and
Ivercd over his spectacle.-.
At least, resumed the young man rurv-
JJ#v» "1 cam® to talk t * you ab u er, sir.
• want in get mani< lie sal . ivn.
looking Hushed and excited, and the old
man siared at hiiu a minute I clef he L
^t*ll, suppose you do? Have you the
mean* to keep her decent? iluw much
- Vl‘ you saved? Ti. ee hundred t..at’li
that promise to revolutionize two
great industries of the world ami, at
the saiue time, to affect other chau-
nels of the world's commerce.
One is a device whereby a man
talking at a telephone may see who
\s talking and be seen by the talker,
ns well as hear and be heard, no
matter how great the distance sop
a rating the two instruments.
Train No. 12, daily......................
Train*No. 4, daily...............
liuin No. of>, daily except Sunday...........
I rain No. 180, daily, runs through to Slmwnce, O. T.
Train N'o. 52, daily except Sunday, local freight..
Train No. 11, daily...................
Train Xo. 3, daily....................
Train No. 35, daily except Sunday...............
I rain No. 12!*, daily Lawton express ...............
Train No. 81, dally except Sunday, local freight.....
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. 9:00 pm
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7:45 a in
7» :* •' > p in
Hu,v lung did it lake
buy Hie furniture.
>°u to save that
^ A little over a year, 1 ! placer mining so cheap that the pre-1
«.r.7ty Hom mc“do joub!-, ' ! : C,T »etUl be ........... -I"
,:»'•*“*> - '■ ‘ck . gmniug of X fr0m ^Id-boarinp .Mr* at ex-
this year. I’ll gut pen.e so small that the cost of op-
"\V nut!" .unileft i.ie faiiit-r, putting l.ia i 'un '*• **i sulistanee, nothing,
hatiila un hi, knee. «i..i p.m. g ,,t ti.elov.r. ! 1 he inventor is represented by At-j
lniity dollar, a week—a bachelor, ail torney llernie 0. Cohen, a young law-!
•Inne, and have on]> *3U0 left! Iluw the jer who befriended the mail, and
ar‘“T ,. , when he was practically penniless,
pretty well, Yo’u see, I «^t iiS un him #,,mU " i,h which
Asst, (.cncral Pnsscnpcr A«ont, Lines west o
Missouri River, Kansas City, Mo.
Choctaw Time Table, El Reno, O. T
might continuA his experiments and
bring his machines to the present
state of perfection.
Attorney Cohen declared to a Chi-
cago Tribune correspondent that th«
j gold separating device will render
Where the work of separating microscopic
Auditorium particles of gold from surrounding
sand as cheap ns the Edison mag*
jn?PW’r *nd—” * v Hetic process for drawing minuta
"And pa) lent? Vcu'te a fool, my boy particles of iron from other foreign
I won’t give tier to you till you get a houb®, , materials with which it is mixed.
I don t care if it*s on y two rooms, it * ! “It might bo called,” the inven-
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getting married nil 1 met Margy, and you
see J \e always been usid to havo c tv try
Do you own a J.1- e, a house or any-
“You must be daft, then,
you going to live7 Ai the
“Oil, we could get a neat flat fora little
If f * j T*
i f *- 7 '•(' * :hf
(In Her Day Php Was Confitfored One ol
the Greatest Actresses.)
come for her to borrow she found there
was none to lend. He recalled a
Christmas morning several years ago
when his wife had heard of >he suicide
of a policeman whom they knew.
‘‘She refused,'* said Mr. Harriot, **to
open her Christinas presents until 1
had gone out to arrange a benefit for
tlie family of the inan. He killed him-
self in despair because there was u
31,400 mortgage on his house, which
he could not pay. The benefit urns
given, with the result that the mort-
gage was paid in full. My wife is pos-
sessed of a spirit which would prevent
Ler from asking assistance from any-
one. Had it not been for the fact that
her lecture tour was a failure—^and it
might have been a success—the obli-
gation might have been paid. Mrs.
Harriot has a suit against the man
who managed it.”
Proceedings to foreclose have been
begun by the Park Mortgage com-
pany, which has an ofliee ut 41 Park
row, New York, its treasurer is Dan-
iel E. Seybed.
“1 regret exceedingly,” said Mr.
Seybel, “not on my account, but for the
sake of Airs. Harriot, that the news-
papers should se-e fit to exploit a pri-
vate business transaction. Mrs. Har-
riot three years ago gave the company
a second mortgage of $2,000. The
company does not usually take second
mortgages, but in this ease it took the
pledge to oblige a banking institution,
the name «xf which I do not care to
give, which held a first mortgage for
$2,500. Our mortgage fell cue last
•September. Mrs. Harriot paid the in-
terest up to that time and asked that
the time be extended. Mrs. Harriot
made various promises that the money
would be paid, but the principal was
not paid, and as there seemed to be
no prospect of getting the money we
nave taken such legal action as we
deemed necessary to protect our in-
‘‘There should be no reason w hy Mrs.
Harriot should be left penniless by
this proceeding, fur she should hare ft
good equity in the property, which is
worth $50,000. The action of the com-
pany is a purely business proceeding,
un mixed with sentiment.”
your own, to ke«p her in.
Margy * voice wng.ng was heard then
from tae renr room*, itojr.e resumed hif
I,&*>er'„ Joe ktevv*uti muttering ' akin-tlint,
linger, ’ and othe'f ®f£eA!ing epithets di
rected against his hoped-for father-in-law,
but wise*y keeping \fciy quiet, waited fur
M.irgy to come in. T i v.as his first but
not tinal effort to gft Ead’i consent. He
ca.Me again on Satuid. \ tri-king, while the
i!”l "as at market, and the crusty old
d: .yn*«n, w't’.; c. 1 e * •::!<nc<s, suggested
that h# hi ®
'N est aidt t t t »onii ... i . .umn ,
kitchen, that he WCU...1 veil >0 Stewart ii
4c really meant l« v .y f.c ful at all j
Hot « tr)’ it, Joe,’ - he ! .up , i, “it’« .
ruety oid cuttape, but tv. il fix it up. l)a.'
*^on 1 bt hard on us r the ixtjmeat■. ano
per ha j is by the Cm.- it.- puid lor lie cat
•ell it and pet a nicer im , ‘
Stewart, thtiruughVy i.,* y >:rp o!:l fi yne
Hough t the (dace nn time pay nun t. and
signed about 60 note, at 825 each, ii- en
ing "It,! suppre^ed haired to the uii.erh \
old man v.iio had t.,us uni ..led iiuj
worth of frame shanty and . eap groumi !
upon hi* ow n daughtei '.-husband. F, r t hi i
wedding took place tviti in a month. When
the c-ullage was paiu’.cd and furnished and
the young couple were well installc , tiie
old man would come ’round during t .
to see Marg .1
to the top pitch when the brat note fell
due and old Boyne, in pertrn, crime to: he
ortice to collect it. Auer that the young
man quit speaking to ' , wife's fataer, end
the young wife herself felt ashamed .mu
grieved to observe the giaeping eagerness
with which fie pursued Joe for tlie pay-
Month after month the (fl irts <o pay
Boyne came harder, for there were the
tor's representative said, “an ‘mi,
ronetic’ mechanism, inasmuch as it
attracts particles of the precious
metal as the mnpnet attracts parti,
cles of iron or steel.’’
The ot her invention, for similar
reasons, has been named the teleleo
ft —Leaves .
W. O Shafer, Agent.
ft :40 a in
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7 :fto a m
1:00 a m
1 :&0 p m
it: 26 p m
I N G R A H A M
Ph me 2!','l
GUY AND SELL PCU
and eggs: ::::::
40. 711 S. FOSTER AY NUE
All order, filled |‘r on
Good piece o F pror
in Southeast par
With a good three
house barn, chicken h
and yards, well, cistern,
lar, good young orchari
half acre in patatoos.
also some other orm-dot.
Call at this office
hoice home cured
»ams and breakfast
> ..on and pure Ii >me
ndered lard, cheap
>*• cash at
w Oix’s Market.
Y'TT'V7_’3r.V2.,|?UUIBB^ -’>J» £JNT ^
JOI I WICIC
Is Prepared to do
All Kinds of
B 1 ac k-sinithing
At Hli f hop w B
North of < h« a i .
IMAGES REFLECTED BY WIRE.
(Telephone frers to See Person with
Whom They Converse.)
troseope,” for, by its use, the eye
will lie enabled to nnnihilate spaca
through the medium of electricity na
has been made possible for the ear
through the application of the same
agent in telephonic form.
“The tclelectrescope,” Attorney
Cohen declares, “has reached
painters "and e^ntirlTo wVa L^hroom l'?hZ". TXZ' rPaehrd “ SUX^
bad been built into the cottage amd the h" [.t,0n ls PractKJaHy as-
plumber’, bill was o caution. To make *urc<1’ n ,he inventor’s laboratory
the device has been tried and tested
OKLAHOMA CITY-WORLD’S FAIR
Leaves Oklahoma City....................
Arrives Kansas Citv........................
Arrives St. Louis................................................................
Arrives Memphis .....
ST. LOUIS EXPRESS.
Leaves Oklahoma City’
\ rrives it. Louis
6:30 p. m.
7:00 a. m
.....11:30 a. m
6:00 . m
CURE A v^c
1 ike Laxative
1 i-l<’t«. This
tv hoy •* j;
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7:30 a, m
E X FR E S S
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C’4ft p. m
I.eaVes Kansas city.....................................................
Arrives Oklahoma City......................... .................
ARKANSAS A OKLAHOMA
Leaves St. Louis............................................................
Arrives Oklahoma City.....................................
Through cars and I-'iillirsii sleepers between Oklahoma City, K.vi
ity, St. Louis and Memphis. For rates and other Information cal! n
learest Frisco System Agent, or address the undersigned.
B F. Dunn, Division PaHsen^crA^t
Wichi’a. Kan 4ii8
Netv Y\ Hll-puper. Just in atj Another photographer has close
in* Novelty—Racket Store. New ul* and left town, hut llorden’s sti
i’lione 407. | 4i<> has an increasiiije trade
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matters harder for Joe, the little &tewari*
began to arrive, and when the tune came lo
P»y the young husband saw that he'd have
to “stand off'' either trie doctor or Boyne.
He paid the doct-or. Hii falher-in-law
hounded him at the ciHce, at the house
waited for him at tlie street twiner, and
then scrawled a letter in which he threat-
ened to foreclose ii the note, pact *due, wasn't
paid. Murgy almost broke ner heart wnen
s.ie found our the truth, but when Dad
called she pleaded with kirn 3o give them
a little more time.
Old Boyne promised an •extension, but
harped upon the need of -economy until
*he felt like striking him. Jr was tae same
every time a new note ca;ne due. He was
insatiate, gave t hem neither jut-ace nor hope
of leniency, lectured her. scolded Joe even
when tlie hard-earned money was forthcotn- I
ing. It was neoessaiy to reduce all their tached to tlhi* other telephone will
expenses, .lee quit snicking and began ,to enable tlie second person to M-e as
carry h,s lunch m » eolku ! ,v. When he clearly a,ml distinct Iv as the first
contrived to have tne mow readv for&h® i ..*r» . . •
recurring notes he sent it hr check to avoid 1 ( K.^P in^ ^ev,ces are ftBvn vg
meeting the miserly Boyne. By mutual i In foc,w* n,<1.\ <5ai> be rnoved about,
consent they quit mentioning his name, j turned from side to tide on their
Sometime® when he called during the day stationary support, to suit the con-
to see M.irgy and her D.hy she wouldn’t venience and wishes of the talker.
eigning t • - In whatever m ire turned
taping the everlasting homily about “aeo*. » faithful reproduction of -ill that
emy. It was cruel, and -icriuil a good | c0me8 wj,Wn the lines of the focus
deal, but .w:.e knew Joe wou;c :ret atm Imno . ... , . . „ 1WCUB
"in lie portrayed in the reflector at
and its operation is successful. It
only remains to add an improvement
or two before the mechanisms will be
in shape to be put on the market.
“Attached to the sending device of
the telephone, rising above and over
it, will be a small mirror-31ke re-
flector. 1 fee talker, by gaaincr into
this, will -see pictured before him
not only the person taTkinpr at the
other end of the wire, but also the
objects 8urrounrJh.fr the tulker. Pic-
tures on Tbc wal.s, chairs, tables,
and, in fact, all the furntafeintfs with-
in focus, wt31 be accurately repro-
duced in the picturing’ mirror.
At ihe Kruno time n dei’ice at-
For money at low rate po to
Humphreys, Hereford & Motile.
Under First National Bank. d-6t
For money at low rate ro to
Humphreys, Hereford & Mottle.
Under First National Bank, d-fit
We loan money on famis and
city property. See us. Hum-
phreys. Hereford & Mottle.
Under First National Bank.
Best known —-Known
We loan money on farms and
city property. See uss. Hum-
plireys, Hereford, & Mottle.
Under First National Bank.
We loan money on farms atu
city property. See us. Hum
Phreys, Hereford & Mottle.
Under First National Bank
Have you Kcgistcred?
If so, Ih.M on to your certificate.
No ilu^Jicntes will bo issued.
are you restless a
harassed by a hurt cough
Use Ballard’s Horeliound Syrup,
it v. iil secure you sound and effeel
a pixmipt and radjeul cure. 25c.
ofratid $1.00 1 sittle at C. It. Mil
>0 UHE A COLL IN ONE
TWO B. Gm
For sale at a biirjnui
house with tifteou iots
young1 orchard t,
well of water.
Lt-’ui. uui iiiifH ititt- .’.un.' anc. !iirri« ,
i. he knew that Boyi • had ;• :i hacryirup , 1 , ! ■ Y'
her. And **«> they tume to nave such a u-r- 1 1 ll* °^^er e,u^-
ror of his visits that Stewart bent nil bus (
efforts to fore.-tall the impending payment*
and thue keep the de.-j.:-ed old dra\mai* |
from rhowing his grizzled face either ;it '
trie office where Joe worked or at t he lit tie
home where Mary toiled with no less pa-
tience and far more cneerfulne^.
And when the lai>t note was paid and oid 1
Boyne and his hateful ways were com-
mencing to be forgotten by the estranged
daughter and t.ke unforgiving Stewart in*
young pair had a kind o;' in;urinal oeiebra- j
tion. Little Joe in his best blouse and baby
Margaret in her high c/iair were sitting at ;
the table, their pretty t er a bloom in
her pink kimona, w; en Joe came home
with the last note—and a big bouquet of
roses for tlie tea table. a
“Well, Murgy. we’re done with t lie old
ikinflint, eh? Excuse me, fir.’’
For the old man was sittinjr by the fire-
place, and when he came over to shake
hands the old face was so radiant t hat ,Joe
The receiving device is in the form
of a circle, the diameter of which is
five inches.. The figures and scenes
tire thrown upon a delicate screen
threuyb the medium of a strong’ in-
candescent light hidden behind the
surface. The sending* apparatus is
more complex. It operates, however,
much as does the focusing devices
common on cameras.
For money at low rate go to
Humphreys, -Hereford & Mottle. ,
! Under First National Bank- d-fit £
D. D. Kevil Alice RL Robinson .
DRS, KEV.L &, ROBINSON \
Ofliceover Daily American. Old) #
Phone 475. New Phone 340. ) f
Gonsb'ltiition and Examination i [
P'ran- | S
Puke Laxntive liromo Quinine
--- lublets. All drugtrDU refund
?n selecting tour Sfiring suitf ! (he money if it fails to sure. E.
and trousers, don’t fail to see the , W. <drove’s signature ic on each
na'lift play atKern.the Tailor's, 25:.
V-,J* VI %-M mwrw ~miii—fu *,
MISS FAY LEE,
Vre. ■i lli n! of the ShaKesj, carlan Club, Kansas City.
“ Ycurfcooklc; cair: to my
home like .1 lar&sage of hcalln
'vhen I suffered with
headache* ba£Liche andbear-
Jng-dowri paor.. I was weak,
rervtoua and hysterical and
had mot atnulled ar.v doctor,
thi:J;ingfrt wx^Jd pass away
in time, r.stead I found
that the pairv increased and
were more Krqucnt. I de-
cided to try *K’i:ie of Cardui a
and in a sborttime was much t
M 't :y JjfS'
Civil S rvice 1 .Yainiaa ion.
The United Slates Civil I
Servi e ComutUsion atutounee
j that on May ti, 1903 an exainin-
ifoe,” ci • ;
'nlnrlni In Bpi-nt MrifHin.
The lord lieutenant of Ireland, now
Earl Cadogan. gets $100,000 a Mar.
which is said to be the biggest salary
paid in Great Britain. The\ic«*ro\ nf , *..«j w, ....
Inftia come, next «iH, a'bout $8.1.000 lltion will he held for the position '
a year. i he three l.i-hops have flm , , , , ..
pleasure of handling from Sifl.ooo to j eferl-. and Cltrnei in tin* post-
$75,000 a year, and after that ihe trov- I office service in this city,
trnora ofc r, Xois examiration offers an ex-
recelve from $10,000 to $60,000 a tear.
oellent opportunity to bright <-n-
Wire#* Stretctifd on Snow
Ac- ■ perimi nt ‘ eon- : -v' 1 : n(1 1 ■
ducted by Mr H. .fan-sen on Mont For further illforilialioil Uppl.V
?,ai' sarytoei lei to John Jackron, Secretary
lor stringing telephone and telegraph
^ires in Fr.ow-ccvered countries. If
thesnotvie several inchesfhiek.it serves '
>\ innin^li.;. ! Lro>. ) iici-s
nervoun tension. 'Dio nerves
soion lie-in to give way under
the strain. You perhaps jump
at any unusual disturbance,
or laugh or weep, hysteri-
cally, at no apparent cause.
That is what Miss Fay Lee,
603*3 North Seventh Street,
Kansas City, Kansas, was
coming to when she rescued
herself by taking Wine of
Cardui. The Wine made
SSSi,>»*» — *** »W
ptfis my *ralhudj for fhc suffering that I r‘ h ,lf. ,‘1C" the gntire
is row saved mi- 1 am in fine health. V '» relieved<|f the tomble wasting
physically ar,4 mentally. Icaaoniysay ° ‘ --------------------
'thank >oy’, the:j u much ware in
my heart ior y^u.”
EAFlING-DOWN pains ar* the
worst li.at women know. Jf
voi i are suffering from this trou-
ble VO*! ).•
The nerves 1
*a a good insulator; the wires can sim- ;
ply be laid down and be ready fo» (
transmission of message*.
furuitrue and ) tarpe t.i ti
i)< l )"
drains.^ The ligaments which hold tS
womb in place nri; strengthoned by a
hcaltliy flow and tliat organ is ivjUtri ed
to its normal position. Hutuxninn
hcaltli is the result. This is what
"in ii.isIron- ^ 'ne °I * ardui has done for thousands
un *u.’ ) • t 411 ’v be uncertain | me best women in America.
" < a ' Ladies’
— fho Chatta-
i >ga -M cd ii’ine Company, Chattanooga
i.iiii., describing ui. your symptoms
‘redy, and a letfer of advico will be
I font yon. Secure p $1.00 bottle of Win*
terrible of Cardui froth Jbur druggist to-day
- =* ’ -/fuamnt ;_rr-5-Jtxn»-w«', -weta "f i .a-. r.----->r^ ■ i n, *> ■
A million suffering womPn
have found relief in
_ AVine of Cardui.
I Vi re j ulliug di wn on fho nerves of tin?
J raach are ,
| i'imay not !»€■ pur’icularly severe at
k j r*-t nt but tin*;,' are growing worn*.
S li.s.L lieadacho which m arlv drives v u
«• • ■ . ... . i . ,.*i . . i
WINE of CARDVI
n« -tx jtj. it ~i>~i nn#w*
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