El Reno Supper Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 311, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 20, 1901 Page: 2 of 4
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EL RENO SUPPER BELL. I
E. J. Simpson, Editor and Prop'r. j
Daily. Per Annum
Weekly. Per Annum
For morquito biter. blt»i rT itlDg !
of ir*e. - mum * i r rep'i -■>. Al t. 1} I
MALLARD’S SNOW LIMMEN I
It c .uu»r>m the jv Hon in tnr
wound. ni'slues the Pit .dkIiko and j
heal* the tD»h. Price 25 and 5>J ceul*
Sold by C. K M, .er, Lruggist
See Meyer A. Sackett for ab-
stract*, and fire and tornado
THKtlk IS SO MI CH NEWS
That even if it comes by pelrgmph we
overlook mme of it I-r’i it* far
that y n have seen Dr t‘m dwelt-* Sy.
rup Pepam aUterti-el several time-
and hste neglected to trv it? Ac
ounce' ? Dr C dd well’s St rup Pepsin
it as good as a th ee weeks'vaca ion
Ask any drugget or anyone wboba-
taken It. So d ny C R. Miller. Drug.
The Sullivan House on Euro
pean plan now open. Thirty-
four room*. Corner Wade street
and Choctaw ave. 60
HeinttelDian's will sell Dew, sue
second hand furniture and cook stoc >
on the installmetit plan, auc taa>
second band goods as part pay. Twt
oors north of Kerfoot hotel. 8*
For digestive aeikness, nervousness,
pains id the side flatulence. (1 ZZJDSU,
wakefulness, nesoache and oilier an-
noying accompaniments of roniven- «s.
H EK It IN K is a (>rn id pt and ur equal led
vtmedy Price 50 cents bold by C
R. Ml ler
Ask your grocer for Russ' Wenching
Blue; do not he deceived by fraudulent
imitations. See tbat tbe name Russ
ppears on all packagea. 19
Extreme hot weather is a great tax
upon the dig"aiIvs power of hnbies;
when puoy and feeble thei shoo'd tie
ylv-n a nose cf WHITE'S CREAM
VERMIFUGE Price 25 cen.s. Solo
by O. R. Miller.
The Gloyd lumber yardson N.
Rock (eland avenue in block 72
are now supplied with all kinds
•f lumber, and our prices are
Constipation impaired digestion
and a torpid liver are the most Cum
tnon ailments that are responsible for
that tired, lis'lers, fagged out feeling
that makes the summer a dreaded pe
riod to so many people HEKHINE
will cure constipation, it improves tbe
digestion and arouse" the liver to nor
mal activity. Price 5h cents, bold by
<J R. Miller; Druggist.
Dcn’t estimate yourself too highly,
let your neighbors do this for you. We
can give estimates on your lumber
which will Dlease you. and save money
for you The Gloyd Lumber Co
HAVE YOU SEEN IT?
We keep Dr, Caldwell’s Sirup Pep-
sin in plain view, but If you don’t hap
pen to a e it, why aek for it The man-
ufacturers guarantee it to core Dy-
spepsia and all forms of Stomach
Troubles, bold by C. K. Miller, Drug
Yes, August Flower still has the
largest sale of anv mol cine in the
civilized world. Y ur mr,there and
grandmmhers never lhi u«h of using
anything else for Indigestion nr Bil-
iousness Doctors weie «caree. and
thiy seldom heard of Appendicitis,
Nervous Prostration o Heart failure,
etc, They used August, F ow r to
clean nut the sySiem and snip fer
mentation of uu-ii esied l ou, tegu-
lateihe action i f the liy r §'io,ulate
the nervous and organic action of ihe
system, and that is an they tons wnen
feeing do'I aid bad with Ueadsches
and other aches. You only nesil a
f»w doses of Green’s August Flower
in liquid torm to make you Bali fled
t here is nothing serious ihe matter
wi'h vou (let ‘.reen’a ur>t - amianac.
Sold by C. R. Miller, diug isf.
FA KM hits
We have another customer for a good
half secijnn of land. We have quite a
demand for 320 acre farms List with
Atfeuig who »t;il on straight corn in in
M 'W SlTLKK & MaKCH,
Abstracti rs and Heal Estate Agts
Intend bui ding something new or
vepairii g something old? Then you
want bottom figures on your lumber.
We can give them.
Tub Gloyd Llmhkk Co.
Auction sale of all kinds of property
will be sold
By S. K, Noland, Auctioneer.
......FOR SALE AT......
® “THE PROGRESS” ®
THE STORE THAT MADE EL RENO FAMOUS.
Having removed from the cor-
oer building opposite the Caddo haiel
to the large store room in the Buae
Sickett building. We extend a cor-
dial invitation to all our friends to
drop in and §ee us. Our stock of gro-
ceries and fetd is the most complete
• n the city. All goods delivered free,
and with promptness.
W hkki.ru Grot'sky Co
FINE FARM FOR SALE.
Six mile* east on ice plant road.
Btigain if sold at once Inquire »t
this oftlue. * 94
'PLAY OF ANCIENT RULERS.
Alexander the Great preferred tam-
ing fiery and unmanageable horses to
any other diversion.
Honorius, ruler of the western em-
pire i>f Rome, was supremely happy
when playing with a pet hen.
Charlemagne devoted much of his
spare time to swimming, and easily
outstripped all who competed agu4nst
A queen of Denmark, as a pastime,
made dresses, and proudly claimed
that most of her garments were the
work of her own hands.
< aligula. emperor of Rome, amused
himself by feeding human beings to
wild beasts, in a portion of his palace
expressly arranged for that purpose.
Frederick the Great found needed
rest in playing with clogs, and his last
Men who like fie,d sports are, a? a
-tile, earnest, healthy, vivacious fel-
ows. fond of good cheer, with a de-
eded leaning towards mak ng the best
»f everything. At Love’s Extremes.
words were: “Cover him; he is cold.”
referring to a hound that had placed
his nose against the hand of the dying
From nothing can a more correct
All this outward show of holiness
failed to convince. It was like the
-mell of musk, which hints of less de-
sirable scents to be overpowered
•ather than cleansed.—Sir Christo-
I suppose it is the crowning futility
of sentimentalism to try to remem-
ber all the sunrises and sunsets of
• ne*s heydays. It only adds to one’s
'ate pathos in life to open his old al-
bum and smile wearily at the souvenirs
hat have grown meaningless. — A
Journey to Nature.
OF FOREIGN INTEREST.
idea of the peculiarities constituting
the individuality of those who figure
conspicuously in history be gained
than from a consideration of their
recreations and pastimes—not always
in harmony with the character gener-
ally attributed to the persons them-
Peter the Great allowed himself no
rest irom work. In those hours which
other rulers would have devoted to
relaxation, he whs diligently laboring
at forge*-, n shipyards, in mills of
various k nd«. and thus acquired the
knowledge which enabled him to raise
Russia from a half-civilized province
to a mighty empire.
The population of Berlin has trebles
within 30 years.
London has 51 inhabitants to the
acre; Paris. 115.
New Zealand has 42,000 natives
(Maoris) to 620,000 whites.
Great Paul is the biggest London
bell. It weighs 17l* tons; while Big
Ben. of Westminster, is only 15% tons
Prince Carl of Roumania is thir-
teenth in order of succession to the
British throne, the German emperor
Corn is. next to sugarcane, the prin-
cipal crop grown in Queensland, and
» one of the most important products
of New South Wales.
The new woman has gained a vic-
tory it* Norway, where she is numer-
ically strong. She has finally per-
suaded the privy council to declare
that hereafter brides need no longer
to “obey” th**ir husbands at the mar-
riage ceremony, unless they choose to
LAUNDERING LACE CURTAINS
(A manufacturer of lacecurfilr* fU' j
hi* customers w.th the follow.nfe, thru. i
for laur.d?-r.nK )
Shake the curtains well in order to
remove all dust.
Make strong soap suds and soak
for two hours in tepid water.
Rinse in clear cold water several
Spread them out on a cur*a <
stretcher, or tack sheets on the car
pet ami pin them on until dry.
Iron the rufiles and body same as
on a garment.
TEAM OK MULEL
For sale, team of good mules, almost
new Sttideb&ker wagon, and good
horse, driving or saddle. Inquire at
520 Si. Choctaw. p08
WHAT HOME IS.
Home has a cool hand and a soft
voice and sympathy.
Home ia where you can speak your
mind and criticise your employer.
Home is where vou can pull off
your shoes and put on your slippers.
Home ha« a quiet rest for the tired
head, and home is where you can
cry out your heartweariness.
Horne is where you can shove the
day’s burdens into the hall closet and
hold j'ourself straight and free once
A home is a responsibility, but not
any more so now than in the time of
our fathers. No man or woman
worthy of the name will shirk a re-
sponsibility that means the welfare
of our country. Tt is that responsi-
bility that makes sturdy citizens and
selects great men to rule us.
Home is earth’s Eden to those who
wish it to be so and will strive to
make it so. A little more thought-
fulness. a little less selfishness; a lit-
tle of self-abnegation and a good
deal of sentiment; much of imagina-
tion and a great lot of lovableness;
an ideal to grow to and enough prac-
ticability to keep things moving
smoothly; such constitute the haven
that most of us look forward to and
that some of us reach.
The American quail has been suc-
cessfully acclimatized in Sweden.
One inch of rain equals 100 tons to
Etymologists declare that the sugar-
cane has £27 varieties of insect ene-
Dew falls on a yellow surface more
readily thi.n on preen. On red and
• ... k it yy ili n..t usually form.
A bargain for anyone wanting pood,
new and desirable property, well lo-
cated Five lots, good water, ample
sheds and stabling aDd a 10 room new
residence. Inquire at Bell office.
SHOES. SHOES, SHOES.
Made to fit any foot, at A C. Peder
sod’s shoe shop 60
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN.
Odp tiOjhO Vet 1en end 165 cot* arid
blankets La.I at be oftict at Bure.
Have you seen them? Pedersoi
*3 50 shoes for met. 4fc
DOES IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP.
A cheap remedy for coughs and
colds ie all right, but you waDt some-
thing that will relieve and cure tbe
most severe arid dangerous results ol
throat and lung troubles. What shal,
you do? Go to a more warmer aud
regular climate? Yes, if possible; il
not possible for you. then in either
case take the only remedy that has
been introduced in all civilized coun-
tries with success in severe throat and
lUDg troubles, "Boschee’s Germao Sy-
rup.” It not only heals and stiru
ulates tbe tissues to destroy the germ
disease, I ut allays inflamatiOD, causes
easy expectoration, gives a good
night’s rpst and cures the patient
Try one bottle. Recommended man?
years by all druflgists in the wor d
Sold by C. R Miller, druggist. Get
Green’s prize almanac.
For the construction of a two-story
brick building on S. Rock Island ave.
Plans and specifications may be
seen at Harmes Bros.
But we are not selling out to
quit business. We are going
to give bargains and stay here
to stand by what we say. Don’t
fail to see our trimmed goods
before buying. We wont be
undersold. Pitts & Heed,
THE MODEL, 216 S. Rock Island
ROCK ISLAND MARKET
BEEF, PORK AND MUTTON
SAUSAGE, LARD, TSH, OYSTERS '
CELERY AND GAME.
J. D, ROBERTS. Manager.
Nathan Crockett hss betu ap
pointed as city scavenger and is
prepared to answer all calls, and
do quick and satisfactory work. ,
Orders left at the City Hall wlii
Receive prompt and carefui;attention
For a good mild smoke ry the King
5c Cigar. For sale everywhere. Made |
n El Reno. 55
South of Pan-American Sleep- I
See Meyer &. Sacket for ab-
stract, and fire and tornado In- :
0. A. Bannister, attorney at law anr
notary, can be found at room No t j
2nd floor, Pabst building.
We are here to do business, We I
want your trade. You tan help us 1
and our prices will help you. The
Gloyd Lumber Co.
Buy Mrs. Austin’s Wheat Fooc j
easily prepared, costs little and is si
good you always want more. At you
A MATTER OF CAPACITY.
It Is self-evident tbat tbe mill which
makes the most flour cau make it
most cheaply—tbe administration ex-
penses are less. Underrarful manage
ment it should also make the best.
Hence the reasonableness of our claim
that El Reno’s Be-l flour is the be-t
and yet is sold for no more than in
ferior brands Ever try it’ Ask for
“El Reno’s Best.” Made by the
Neatly furnished rooms for
ladies and gentlemen.
25 and 50 cents and a dollar
SOUTH OF ROCK ISLAND
Choice home cared hams
and breakfast bacon and pore
home rendered lard, cheap
for cash. at
J W DIX'S MARKET#
H. W. BOYCE
Paper Hanging and Painting
In Caddo Annex, Wade Street.
See the beautiful new line o
Summer Dress Goods, Taffeta
and Light Weight Skirts
and Shirt Waists.
Special Line of TRIMMED HATS
■If! Ill ll i l
llfjl jjjl \l\\\
Why not in-
sist on having
the best? See
tvSffi J? sfc |H
ARTESIAN MFG 4 BOTTLING CO
Just received a large assortment cf
“the El Reno City
Property Co., has
purchasers for three good pieces of
residence property close in, Call at
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