El Reno Supper Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 286, Ed. 1 Monday, July 22, 1901 Page: 1 of 4
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El RENO SUPPER BE
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EL RENO, OKLAHOMA, JUIA 22, 1901.
M The Bona Fide Homeneeker Will Have
Reaping Har- # ^ ^ tluj w,uJ O,
vest In License Tax
Total Registration at El Reno
for Ten Days.
The Ladies Have Organized a Woman’s
Mutual Townsite Company—No
And It Can Well Afford to Keep Men Net.(l Apply.
Teams at Work
Fired the fjreinau for tuuning in
several columns of Democratic plate
A th Daily Numbers Clearing Away the Accumula- matter> After re reading the stuff and
Saturday Rolled Up 7,995.
at El Reno!
tions from Streets and Alley.
This Work Should be Done
Every Day, and Every
Hour, If Possible.
realizing how good it was, the man
ager te-engiged the foreman and gave
him a hands une bonus.
(Sunday Night Gospel Meetings
Were Held On the Streets.
Thousands Attended and the
Singing Was Splendid.
‘Think of the Home Over
Was the Favorite,
And They All Thought
The Speakers Threw Hot Shot
Into the Slot Machine,
Eat Gerrers’ pure Cream.
FIRST NEW TOWN.
Sam i’annebauiu, the Star Clothier,
Is having the east quarter of seclim 7
township 11. range » west, Caild.
county surveyed and laid out into
town lots which he intends putting u|
at auction sale. For further infer-
matiun and prospectus call at
U. S. Court 1’uiiQing,
During the Day.
But the Gambling Still Goes
Thos. Morgan, an old soldier fron
Leavenworth, amt brother In law t>
the lieutenant governor of Lindas
rolled out of a window at the ^ hodav
(tot 1 Saturday tight and su.taiue.
serious, perhaps fatal injuries IL
was asleep at the time of the accident
\Vm. Stevens, who formerly rau tin
El Reno hotel, was feu d deed in bi>
tent on So. barker aveuue. Cornner’t
inquest found that he died from t fleet-
of being overheated.
WE HAVE BUT ONE
Price for everybody, merchant, me
chanic, luwjer, laborer—N,o discounts
deductions or commissions. Cost n
King at “The Progress” where they
u;U good underwear for BO cents
Women Share With Men Every
fine Bki.l.: What are the people j
goiug to do for their mall? A poor
old woman, seventy years of age, wiih
out money or friends, has been to the
postofflee for three da) s iu succession
unable to get her mail on account of
people standing iu line. it is too hot
for old folks to stand in line so long.
They would faint down.
The above Is one of many similar
luestiuus which vex the editor.
The postal authorities are doing ev- I
jury thing to accommodate the crowd
end the crowd is doing evirytliing to
ielp the women, hut women become
ipeculative as well as men, and iu the
posloflii-e l'ne a few speculative ones
Have hurt the chances of others. The
diet few days men iu line would give
way to the women, and when men
further do\vn the line caught on to
his they wou.d pay soma wmu in to
go forward and got llieir mail.
When the postal authorities caught
iu an order was issued that women
must tak- their chauces id line wil*1
It’s uufortunale that peop’e, es-
>• daily women, are inconvenienced,
,ut they are in a crowd and must s_ it e |
iiscomforts with otlieie.
This Famous Coffee can be Ob-
tained at our Store.
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PURE Foots GROC&K&
Phone 30. Prompt Dt livery
We have just received a ship-
ment of Full Cream Cheese.
Night the Scene Was As
Lively As Any Other Day,
These Things Are the Only
Excepting the Bogus Townsite
Except the So-Called Shows
And Gambling Grafts Took a
Nc Town, City Or State Can
Act As Guardian for Every
The Best Plan is to Keep Clear
of the Other Fellow s
Footpads, Representing Offi-
cers, Are Robbing On
Several Crowds Held Up Last
Night On Edge of City.
Big Crowds Attract Big Scoun-
NOTICE TO PUBLIC.
Owing to great advance inpli.eof
hay and feed and help of all kind*
we’il be compelled to advance out
drayagv.’ and transfer rates, from
Monday the 2-’ id, continuing until
Feeling aseu'cd that our patrons will
appreciate our position, we remain
W. J. Muntkikk.
El Reno, July 19.
All certificates fur lots issued by tie
Allason Townsite company should be
tigiied by the treasurer of the com
jany, Webb Waldron.
To whom it may concern: The
partnership heretofore existing be
ween D. M. Talbott and J. it. Boone,
jr , trading under the Brm name of
Talbott & Boone, is this day di-solvi d
*,y mutual consent, Mr. Boone retii- HAVE YOU
ing. All outstanding debts payable to j ^gen SMITH? He makes shirts at,
new firm, and all debts owing assum'd 1 TflS Prgqrpss."
»«* new firm of Talbott & Dot&oo,
SILVER STATE SPORTING
Office: 1851 Larimer Si., I* nver, Col.
CLUB ROOM SUPPLIES.
Orders Filled Promptly.
Write for Catalogue.
10 000 leave) of bread at Dorters.
J. H. Boonk, J m,
Talbott & Dotson
El Reno, July 20, 1001.
Typewriting and stenographic work
done promptly at Davis’ Mil inery
store, three doors south ot First
National bank. ^
May tight, but only une can lead
‘ The Progress” is the leader foi
styles in El U no, Try a pair of out
$,! 00 shoes. SMITH.
Don’t be Fooled When a Graft-
er Pays Out Big Money.
A Capper Gets It and Returns
It to the Main Sharper,
For Sanitary Reasons the Gut-
ter Booths Have Been
Moved to Middle of
And No Community Can Watch
Mark Twain Here Last Week, but No
TWO ROOM HOUSE
Oil Foster ave., neat' E. Loudon st.,
for sale cheap. Inquire at premises
A bargain. WJ
J. E. Hairston, at 720 S Choctaw
aveuue, has embarked in the locating
business. There is no man better ac-
quainted with the country than Mr
Hairston and no one more reliable. Hi
has spent years in the ncw country,
and is familiar with every by path
creels and quarter section.
With new type and nmlerial the Bell
is turning out some excellent work. It
Appreciates the kind patronage.
One young horse, 6 years old, gi'-y
collar wicli white spots; genuine iron
gray, no brands: light mane and light
Sail; well built and a good traveler
Sto en out of Win. Llhmo’s pasture on
the 17th day of July, 1901.
IU i lie ronslructii i of a two s ory
Uriels building on S. Koek Island ave.
Plans and specifications ui ly be
seen at Harrues Bros.
H d i w .ter Is y.i-ro cold; our syrups
sre made from pure ruck candy syrup.
Pare f ult 11 ivii s, second to none.
Once tried you wd! accept no other.
Our icecream sodas are jo I scuoip-
tiuuj. Try one at llu Bon Ton.
Holth;isis ik :!I IS ISIS.
Smoke Bill Dugan.
Wheeler Drug Co.
BUSINESS 1.0 ",
K no business lot no S. Koek Island
avenue for sale st a bargain. Elegant
This horse was raised and sold to me j ioca.,(,n> This Is a rare chance for a
83! bargain. Call on Mrs. Stant Jackson
Wm I.ahmk. af, No. 714 S. Bickford ave. 4\
by Mr. Sherman, of Ki Beno
A - STEEL - RANGE
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UNDER OUR COUPON
SYSTEM, and Credit
for Yonr Old Stove,
For Particulars See
| To the patrons of the Red Barn. |
Marked Wain In the Crowds Today. ; oD August 1 and after we will clmge i
i $15 for board of horse when parties do |
-- j their own delivery. When we de
, ’ liver *17 50. And when one horse has
It is Estimated That Fully 50,000 of h'er, Si . o».
j two vehicles, $21. Tills is due tot. e
the Registered Have Done So ( ,)i(?h price of feed.
Lek & Ristine.
| E. E. Bennett makes farm and city
In Hopes of Getting a Capital Prize. \oaD3. 3‘
Steel Ranges,Etc. Etc.
112 SOUTH BICKFORD AVENUE.
EL RENO, - - OKLAHOMA
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Simpson, E. J. El Reno Supper Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 286, Ed. 1 Monday, July 22, 1901, newspaper, July 22, 1901; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc911370/m1/1/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.