El Reno Supper Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 286, Ed. 1 Monday, July 22, 1901 Page: 4 of 4
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tiveet Cream and Good Cream,
, Smooth and Clear, ju-t the hind to
«uit jou. We are sure of pleasing
everyone, because everyone is al- ;
ways satisfied with the best; and
von get nothing but the beet here. .
You have eateo cr-arn and drunk
i t-i whici. someli* w didn’t taste
ist right; haven’t you? Did it
ever oreur to you that, inexperience ;
and poor material were accounta-
tde for itv We are careful—we
use the finest material.
GKR H FxH’S.
214 Soul Kork Island Avenue
20 YEARS OLD
the: best, finest
IN THE TERRITORY, AT
John 0. UmlspcthSilooa.
"spring park BOURBON,"
Distilled in 1881, Also.
The "TRIPLE X PEARL RYE,"
The Connoisseur’s Delight.
Room** in Baseman L of Warren Build-
ing, con ei Ruck Island Avenue
aud Itusee I Street.
Complete Line of P.cture Moulding
Al wajs in Stock.
FOR ANYTHING IN
Imported Sherry and Case Goods of
Every Pure Variety.
Merchants’ Lunch Served by Expert
Caterers every day from 9 v m
A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL.
CHARLES P. LINCOLN.
Attorney and Counselor
Rooms 1 and 2. First National Bank
SITLER & MARCH
Do a GenFr il Real E tate Bu.ineM.’
We have Choice Bargains in Farm
and City Prupeity.
Office in Stock Exchange Bank Block
MOYER & GERARD,
, Graduate of American School
of Osteopathy, Kirkavilie, Mo.
ALL CLASSES OF DISEASES SUC
Consultation and Examination Free.
Rooms 3 and 4, Second I 'oor, Pabst
Building, El Reoo.
Cloth.ing\ Hats and and Caps,
JAS. E. KELSO’S
DRY GOODS EMPORIUM. \
I wish to reduce my stock before I start for
the Eastern Market, and from now until
JULY 1st I will make some very low prices
on all Kinds of
llO S uth Bicktord-ave i
Thonfl 68 C
IG. R. PERKY.
FURNITURE and UNDERTAKING
FJR SALE— thirty head of cattle,
g. ven f.esli mi en c we, between
yearlings and two year olds; all
go d s ock. inquire of W. H
l.mdley. El Reno.
WANTED—All kinds of laundry
help at the F.l Reuo Steam Laun
WANTED —A good saddle horse, suit-
aide for a lady to ride. Andress
Miss Bessie Blanche Bush at Cal
FOR Sale—House and four lots in
Clark’s addition. Aoply to John
G. Vt ick, or F. J Aobott nod Geo
L. Godfrey. BG
FOR SAL —Cheap Country news-
t aper outfit Address P. O box |
881, Ei Reno, Okla. 03dw
FOR SALE—Unredeemed pledges, con-:
a sting of watches, jewelry, etc., at!
Mintju Jew. lry Store. 56
S1 RAYED?—Sbiurdav night, a bay *
pony mare with rope baiter on.
It weighed about 800 pounds and
w»s branded on left, rh'.nlder. A
liberal reward will lie ghenifre-
turued to Lauadiao Co. Mills, l 80
18"ANTED—Work hs stenographer or
book-keeper Will accept position
as clerk. "G. M ” Care of J bn
Teuuy, El Reno. i 8
FOR SALE—A surrey and a hiry •
Irquire at i he Star bakery, 110
south Choctaw ave. i 80
FOR RENT—The Pan American
grocery for rent. Also tarnished
rooms and cols to let South of
Rock island hotel. p”5
FOR SALK—Tent 60x40; good living
wagon ; just the i hlng tor ihe open
ing, U.rner Rock Island avenue
and Russell etreet. p77
LOST—Bonk of U R passes belong
log to J no S Hammer. U S
marshal. Return to Henry
Schafer and receive 110.00 re
I,i 1ST—Railr ad eredeo ial hook cm-
taining cash tare receipts and
rrgistrati .n receipt also some
Continental tobaeco certificates.
Finder will be liberally rewarded
by leaving name at Kerfoot hotel
Contents will be of no use t.n any-
body but owner. Charles If. Col-
FOR SALE—Cheat), goed saddle. In
quire at this oftice. 81
FOR SALE—A hr»u«e and I d on cor-
ner ot Hoc a Island avenue now oc-
cupied b\ Fehler & lleckes Ad
drees II, G. Litton, Anstiue In -
FOR SALE—Iron foundry doing r
good business. Apply ut 920 S >
\NTKD —Agents to canvass fore
’arge lirra in C imago No ex
•rience ri quirt rl. Call nn J is.
Bryant, general agent. East
- ital Hilf. El Reno. O. T. p82
“• ’oupon K R. *icket No 525.
U*F to this ithce and git re
Rita*1- —Room for four young
1 hi K i» ter of De^d®.
U I 8*
Y, house 50x140 feet with 3
co«vk“ >r aale Plenty good
,n Sale—. risnn addition, one
y^ock * (10 y,t,
*r, ». Attdetaoo ?|>d man, p |
ytv W'KlCei maJTitnony.
" ' BYi
J. S. & A. L. NICHOLSON,
West RoomsOver First Nat’n’l Bank.
E. S. SWEET,D. D, S.,
109 N»kth Bickford Ave.
co TO FULLER & FULLER'S
Best Bargain Store
----IN EL RENO----
BLAKK, BLAKE & BEEKS,
ATTORNEYS - AT ■ LA^
Office in the Centra! Block..
El Reno - - Oklahoma.
There is Something to Sec Along the
THE SHORT AND ONLY
SCENIC ROUTE TO THE
Missouri and Llsssissippi
Rivers and bsyond.
A FIRST CLASS LINE TO
Texas and Old JVIexico.
CAFE CAR AND RAILROAD
UNEXCELLED IN AMERICA.
The mostconvenient all-year-round
resort for people in this section.
THE LINE TO THE LAND OF
Lead and Zinc.
Send your friends in the old
Stales one of our illustrated pam-
S. L. HARVEY
Abstracts and Loans,
I will pave yon morey on Abstracts and Loans
and pleaee yon in every transaction.
Central Block, Rock Island Avenue.
FORREST. LOWE A: SHELLER,
Attorneys at Law.
Room 17, Central Block,
LL RENO. • OKLAHOMA
J. I. PHELPS,
(LL. B. University of Texar)
Attorney at Law.
Rooms 1 and 2, Second Floir Fahai Bonding I
KI. BBNO, OKLAHOMA.
MARSH & XVALLACE.
Attorneys at Law.
Rooms 4 and 5, First National Bank
Building, E! Reno.
J L. BROWN, M. D ,
DRY GOODS, HATS, SHOES
Notions and Indian Goods.
At FULLER & FULLER’S.
120 North Bickford Avenue, Across from Kerfoot, Hotel
Cash. Kash. Cash.
For the pa-t ten years we have Lien selling goods for cash, 00
credit, or any old way. You have all noticed by the papers
that on and after May 1-t we will sell for cash. Ours will be a
St icty - Cash Store.
M e hop- ' y to dying ‘o merit not only our present customers,
hut, nr.nv new ones. We will make such prices as will justify
y u. if not elready our customer, in looking through our stock
at d g< t' i» g1 ur pHc s. Yours, for more business,
COOK & SH RIVER.
Poffi'.VHly Cured without the
aid of either knife ur ligature.
Office Over the Wheeler Drug Store.
'lire Lin w
AND FINE CIGARS. AT
Henry Schafer's Saloon.
Headquarters for PABST BEER.
“ The Top of the
"Feathers and FT .
“ The Ozark Uplift
" There n S rmt t
. e Frisco."
• ..♦* Frisco "
fee Along the
The most comprehensive railroad
literature for the’home-secker or in-
vestor ever distributed gratuitously.
Send an address to Room No.
726 Century Building, St. Louis,
and we will mail copies.
(i'irst publ.sbcd July 12 1301)
Notice i*< hereby given that in compliance
w'th an art of ihe Legislature of tne Territory
of Okialioiua to regulate the traflic in Intoxi
atin' Liquors. .John B«-t*tner did on the 10th
dav of Imy. 1001, tile his n plication, hy pe
titioii, with the cr.unty clerk of Canadian
county. O. T . praying for licenee to sell Malt,
’ vinuou^ Liqaora at retail on
cf E! Keno, in aaid
Miss Dr Vaughn. Asst Dentist
Office over F irst Nat'onal Bank.
GEORGE S. PEARL.
Attorney at Law.
Room* 12 acd 13, Central Block.
KL HEN<‘, OKLAHOMA.
lot 12, Block I AH, city
oonnty ami Territory.
y. if Linzee's el
ys .f Chis week,
l tflff » month.
T. F. CLIFFORD
Office Room? Opposite BoetofUce.
ROOM 3, ENGLE BLOCK.
J. H. BASINGER,
Physician and Surgeon
Room 7, Warten Building, corner ef
Rock Islaud-ave and Ku“sell-^t,
Office Hours—9 t- 12 and from 2 to 7,
The O. K. Barn
And Wagon Yard.
Corner Evans-aveand Haye-st.
The Best Accommodations for Teams
J. W. PINKERTON.
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist
Makes his headquarteis there.
THOS. LANE, M. D.
Roozus Over Citizens Slate Hank.
Office ’Phone 91. Honr-e Phone 22
|.V in L
Veuo. O. T
co»'»»P°B? X L
rare of "pU’
vN l ED-
iff 1 oQ S.
lnffi'.re )n prrrtite
M^cos ibav. 85
Firpt PubliHbrd Inly 11. 1H01.
Notice i« hereby irWen that in compliance
with an act of the Legielatare of tin* T* rntory
of Oklahoma te reguiate the traffic io intoxtea
ting liquorc W l .Goff did on the 9th day of
July l£> ti.e liia application hy petition with
the county clerk of Canadiau county o T.
praying for lice at* to t*ell malt liquor- at'vhole
aale on lota 12, 13. 14. IV in Mock .42. City of
JC1 tituo, iu 8aid county andteriitorjr.
Karl Hrk nr.,
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A list of uew s«da drinks at Gerrers I LESTER B. MAJOR,
everyday. cs’Piano and GJitar Teacher.
OUR COOL SODA >3 guaranteed Unjon ^ 0pen for en
to quench tftiret, cool the heated brow gngrments for receptions
and quiet, She nanwts. We knowhow , and parties.
to tuaktr it,. Residoace, 321 West M ade Street,
J. I„ BROWN, M. I).
Office First Door East of Inter-State
Moitgage Trust Co’b Office,
I BL KENO, - • OKLAHOMA
South of the Rock Island Hotel.
Bread for Sale
H. C. KENNADA
Builder and Contractor.
Plans and Specifications for Frame,
Brick and Stone Work.
Office with Finch & Hobbs, in Pabst
Allotment maps on
sale at Bell office.
None but notaries forCanadian
county can execute papers Fere.
WELL, I GUESS YES
Would you rather have them hurt
than pay ten cents for a little bot-
tle of stuff to make them Btop?
WELL, I GUESS NO.
Then go to the Miller Drug •H
Store and get it................
MILLER’S DKCG "TORE.
Money to Loan,
FURNITURE FOR .SALK.
FURNISHED ROOMS to RENT.
Call on Charles Kemp, at F’uruiture
Store West of Kerfoot Hotel.
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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/m1/4/: accessed January 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.