El Reno Supper Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 304, Ed. 1 Monday, August 12, 1901 Page: 4 of 4
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| FViend & Blevins; |
The El Reno City Property Co , lia-
purchasers fur three good pieces of
residence property el ise in, Cell at
Judging from (lie plt.vsr notes last
night he neighboring lie ds should be
ulive W'th the j licy birds today.
Sweet Cream and Good Cream,
Smooth and Clear, jjst tlie kind 10
awit you. We are sure of pleasing
everyone, because everyone is al-
ways satisfied with tlie beat, and
you get nothing but the best here.
You have eaten cream and drunk
soda which, sotnehr w, didn’t taste
just right; haven’t you? Did it
ever occur to you that inexperience
and poor material were accounta-
ble for it? We are careful—we
use the finest material.
211 South'Rock Island Avenue
K. K Blake, mayor of Apache, spent
Sunday at his late residjnce in Ei
Brno and relumed to ids new home
today. Frank Rickey is city clerk oi
Apache, in Caddo county, and wi 1 ie
riauu there. In changing their legal
residence the mayor and clerk will
continue their business and profession-
al interests in Ei Kent)
DDES IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP
A cheap remody for coughs and
cold* is all right, but you waot some-
thing that will relieve and cure the
most se vere and dangerous results ot
throat «nd lung troubles. What shal
you do? Go to a more warmer aud
regular climatt? Yes, if possible; il
not possible fur you. then in either
icaso take the only remedy that has
I'-een introduced tu all civilized couti
Vines with success in severe tor ist aun
| Bug troubles, ‘ Hoschee's German biy-
F.iip." It not only heals and stint
itabv the tissues to destroy the gei tn-
t.disease, I ut allays inllamation, causes
■axy expectoration, gives a good
■sight’s rest and cures the patient.
J/y owk bottle. Recommended many
years by all drutigmts in the wor d.
Sold by C. R Mdler, druggjai. Get
Gwae's prize almanac.
AW«rt Gerier lias purchased a $100
R4 at Anadarau and will put in a
large ?>akery at that place.
THERE 18 SO MUCH N EWS
That even if it conies by telegraph we
orilsit some of it. Isn’t it a fact
that you have Seen Dr Ca dwell’s Sy-
rup Pepsin advertised several times
a.wf have nefleoted to trv it? An
burnt* of Dr. Caldwell’s Syrup Pepsin
is tsgrsod as a three weeks’ vacation.
Ash any druggist or auyone who has
iakwiit. Sold by 0 K. Miller, Drug.
iWad the book "Appeal to Farmers-
Oi garni ae or Perish." Pi ice 25 cents.
Telia bow the farmer, by being or-
gan' *d, can get $1.00 or |l 25 a bush-
«*i lur wheat. Afler reading the bcok
and ae-J being satisfied, bring back tiie i
book ia good condition and get your
momry back. Call at Room 11, Ker-1
loot hotel, until Wednesday night,
Arjg. U. After that time I will beat
Isawiep. IlENIlY U. Bischou ,
T8«j. Scc’y and Troas , Farmers’
Ivpagoo aad Fedeiation of America,
Y*ti inane tit Address, Collinsville, III.
Bi/da ®! evil omen are dreaming wo-
*ul jvopbesies with regard to the ulti-
*naU fit’t of El Reno’s morning daily
In Ik* meantime while the ravens
crook Sbe perfecting press and special
trains are carrying the morning
xtdftinvrt* to all parts of the territory
The urniiug dally may be doomed t<
uiet-t iiB Waterloo, but at the present
WTlterg it Iocks like a feur t!me win
Having ltmi’Ved from the cor-
ner building < pposite the Caddo hotel
to the large store room in the Buse
Silkett budding. We extend a coi-
dlal invitation to all our friends to
drop in and see us. Our stock of gro-
eerits ai d feed Is the most complete
in the city. All goods delivered free,
and with promo’ness.
W HKKLKH GUOCBKY C'O.
FINE FARM FOR SALE.
Six miles oast on ice plant road.
Bargain if sold at once luqur» at
this office. Ut
Monthly payments secures
you a home. See Ricker,
Springs 4. Saxey who will tell
you how it is done
There will be a civil service exami-
nation held in El Reno on Sept. 4 for
the purpose of establishing an eligible
register of clerks and carriers. Appli-
cation blanks may be secured bv ap
plying to the secretary of the board
The city with its licensa system and
police court harvested about $7,000,
owing to the rush.
First Published Jure 21 1V01.
In the matter of the estate of Thomas H. Wat
On the ltith day af .June, lvH)l, the administrator
of aforesaid es ate David M Tnoiuas, having
filed iu the prodate omt bin sworn petition,
praying the mart for an order to sell cerialn real
ertate aud personal property therein set forth, at
private sa!«: the court, having examined said
petition, it appear* to ihe court to he necessary
to Hell said »eal and personal property therein
se forth It is therefore ordered that all person*
interested in said estate, appear before the pro
hate court of < a adiau County Oklahoma 1'crn
tory, on the glth day of .inly, 1901. at nineo’clock
a. m., in the city of Bl Heno, in the county conrt
house thereof, to show eause why an order
should not be granted to tin- administrator to
He 11 the personal and real esta'e of decedent, set
forth in aforesaid petition.
[Seal.) W. II. Gmushy, Probate .Judge.
(First Published Mig. 9, 1901.)
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Territory of Oklnhotnu f
Canadian County, f
In the Prehate court for said county.
John Dorm..n, doceased.
The Territory of Oklahoma to the heDs and
next of kin of the yftld John Dorman, deceased
U ke notice, liiat K. 11 Hmicholle ha* tiled a pe-
tition praying the appointment of himself as
administrator of said estate, It Is ordered that
said atter be set for hearing on the 28nd dav
of Aug iat \ D. I*)!, before said Probate Court,
ut the uour of <u o’clock a. in . ut which time any
person iiteiested mav appear and contest the
*atn«-; and n tice of this pro ceding is ordered
published 10 days success vely Ih the FI R no
St i’PEii Hell, a daily newspiper, pub ished in
In tes'imouy whereof, I have hereunto set. my
hand and the Seal of the Probate Court at
[Seal) K1 Kano, this 8th day of August, A. D.
W. L. Baxter Atty, W.II. (Jriosby,
Have you seeu them? Pedersoi
$3.50 shoes for men. 46
First Class Sleepers Daily Between
CHICAGO and SAN FRANSCIC0.
Withoat change via
The right of a city to discharfre a
•ewer into & tailraca belonging to an
individual, where It runa through a
euJvert under a highway, ia denied iu
Nevins va. Fitchburg (Mass.), 47 L. K.
A policy of insurance against low
or dunia^e by windstorms, oyclonea or
tornadoes is held, in Holme* v».
Phoenix Insurance company (C. C. A
eighth C\), 47 L. R. A., 3U8, not to
cover damage by hail.
Failure to enact or enforce an ordi-
nance prohibiting the riding of bicy-
cles on sidewalks is held, in Jonea
versus Williamsburg (Va.), 47 L. K. A.]
294, insufficient to make a municipal- i
ity liable for injury to a person struck !
by a bicycle ridden on the sidewalk.
A breach of promise of marriage is
held in Sanders versus Coleman (Va.), |
47 L. It. A. 581, to be excused when,
without any fault on his part, the
prospective husband has develoj>ed a
grave malady of such character that
marriage might endunger his life or
A state hospital created for purely
governmental purposes under the ex-
clusive ownership and control of the
state is held, in Main versus Kastern
hospital (Va.). 47 L. R. A. 577, to lie
not liable for injury to an inmate by
negligence of the persons in charge.
The right of a telephone company
to string wires in a highway is held in
Wyunt versus Central Telephone com-
pany (Mich.), 47 L. R. A. 497, to in-
clude the right to do the necessary
trimming of trees in the highway in
a proper manner, without first giving'
the landowner an opportunity to do it.
An infant who has bought a bicycle
on the installment plan is held, in Rice
versus liutler (N. Y.), 47 L. R. A. 303,
to be under obligation to account for
its use and for deterioration in ita
value while in his possession, if he
rescinds the purchase. The disaffirm-
ance of a conveyance by an infant is
upheld, in Rullock versus Wprowls
(Tex.), 47 L. R. A. 326, witnout restor-
ing the consideration received for the
property, when it is not in his posses-
sion or control upon arriving at full
age, but has been dissipated by him
while still a minor.
PITHY AND POINTED.
A young man may die but an old man
Continued cheerfulness is a manifest
sign of wisdom.
Maids of honor are those who do not
indulge in flirtations.
From the mother’s point of view an
ugly baby is an impossibility.
The woman question for centuries
has been: “What did she have on?”
It is no credit to a man to keep his
word because no one will take it.
When ghosts walk they probably en-
ter houses with the aid of skeleton
Jt may not hurt a joke to crack it,
but some of the crackers ought to be
“Love is but a transport,“ says a
poet. Yes, and so is a canal boat, for
A lady who has been a widow* three
times says a good place to get a hus-
band is by the ear.
Only after a public favorite becomes
a “has-been” does he begin to realize
the emptiness of applause.
Wise is the man w ho does of his own
free will that which he would other-
wise shortly t>e compelled to do.
It is Belated of Midas that whatever
he touched turned to gold; nowadays
if you but touch some men with gold
they will turn to anything.—Chicago
THE LIGHTNING AT WORK.
FOR ANYTHING IN
)i! Goods, Furnishing
Clothing-, Hats and and Caps,
JAS. E. KELSO’S
DRY GOODS EMPORIUM.
Ladies of El Reno,
Aug 10 nriil 12, J. II". Baker, mill agent of W", T. Smith
$ Son Philadelphia, will beat my Furniture Store and
show their new line of Novelties. Arabian Curtains, French
Fortiers; also the .Yarnjo Indian designs in Fortiers, large
size Pugs and Carers, This will be a rare treat. Do not
forget the date and place.
IG, R. PERRY,
1IO South Blckford-ave i
FURNITURE and UNDERTAKING
C<LL°- FULLER & FULLER’S
Best Bargain Store
----IN EL RENO----
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 been selling goods for cash, on
credit, or any old way, You have all noticed by the papers
that on and after May 1st we will sell for cash. Ours will be a
Stricty - Cash Store.
We hope by so dniDg to merit not only our present customers,
h”t -nanv new one9. We will make such pri es as will justify
y u, if not alieady onr customer, in looking through our stock
a„u getting our prices. Yours, fur more business,
COOK a 8HRIVER. ,
Big 5 Leave Omaha on at 1:30 . m
Through the Rookie, amt sierra Nevada
BY DAYLIGHT IN BOTH UIRLC
Boat Dining Car Service. Bufett
To Kan Francisco and Los Angeles.
Leave Omaha Fridays via Seer Ic Line.
Leave Kansas City Fridays via Scenic Line,
Leave Kansas City Wednesdays via So. Route.
!mo.-o/ed Tourist Cars Fast Trains
Stmt for “Chicago to California,” describing
arst class service, or for “Tourist Dictionary,p
aud itinerary, to
E. W. Thompson, A. (4. P. A.,
Steam power iu to be superseded by
electricity in the government dock
yards at Kiel, Germany.
Electricity is to be used to convey
passengers to the top of the Wash-
ington monument, Washington, D. C.
The electric fan bids fair to super-
s<Hle the punkah coolies of India
The regular price for four coolies to
divide lip the 24 hours is six cents
| each. With electrical fans the work
can be done for one-thiru of the cost,
and considerable inconvenience may
It has been suggested that the elec-
tric heaters of trolley ears be con-
nected to the controller on the plat-
form, an that when the Highest speed
is required the heaters will be cut off
They require some little time to cool
off, so that the heating effect will be
sufficient. This will reduce the de-
mand for current by the heaters when
full speed is necessary. It requires
quite a percentage of the total output
of the generating plant in the winter
to heat the cars.
“Mamma," said four-year-old Hob-
by, “what is that white stuff on my
berries?” “That is what we call
whipped cream." answered his moth-
er. A few days later Bobby dined at
a neighbor's and, being offered some
ordinary cream, he asked: “Haven’t
you folks got any spanked cream ?”
AND FINE CIGARS, AT
Henry Schafer’s Saloon
Headquarters for PABST BEER.
BARGAINS AND SNAPS
I Lots on Choctaw, near in * 300
U Acres, l mile from H O., good, 285
4- Room House, 11 Lots................ 1000
10-Room House, bargain............ 1850
5- Ruom House, long lime.............. 1450
4-Room Houses from $750 tu.......... 1250
Choicest Lots in LAKE PARK
ADDITION, to.............. 125
Sitlkr & March, W lous n-st.
New 4 rrom house, with cellar, good
waler, 50 fruit Irens and one and a
quarter acres of ground nicely lo
j eated. A bargain if bought at once.
Inquire at Bell office. p69
John Hudspeth has some 20 year
ol.-i Bourbon whisky which has no
equal in Oklahoma. It was distilled
in 1881 and has just been taken out of
Our soda fountain is ice-cold.
Go to the Qon Ton lor fancy can-
dies, creams and ices. Not how good
but how cheap. Your family orders
promptly attended to. Cream de
livered to your door in quarts if or-
dered for supper or dinner. VV e have
an experienced cream maker.
[First Published August 8, 1801.1
SALE OF REALTY.
Territory of Oklahoma, l
Cauatiiau Comity, f89
In the Probate Court.
In the matter of the estate of barney Olin a
Notice is hereby given that In pursuance of
an order of he Probate Court, of the county of
Cauadian. Territory of Oklahoma, luaduonth.-
7th day of August, 1V»0I in the matter of the es
tate of Harney Olin, a lunatic of Kansas City,
county of Jackson, state of Missouri, the un
derailed, John H. Kowloud. guardian of said
luLatic, will sell at private sale on the 30th dav
of August. 19t’l. A. I)., at the hour of HJ
o'clock a. ra., of said day, at the court house in
said Canadian countv, the following real prop
erty to wit: Lotv 1. 2 and 3 in block ll? in the
city of Kl Reno. T rritory of Oklahoma.
Dated this 7th day of A u. nst. 1J01
JOHN II. KO WLAN D.
r,1 , . „ . Guardian
Clark & boys. Attorneys for Howland.
(First Published August 8th, 1901.)
Territory of Oklahoma, i
Canadian County. (B8
To whom it may concern.
Notice is hereby given, that letters of adminif
tration on the estate o. Geo. W. Ciaver, deceased
were granted to the undersigned, by the ^ro
bate Court of the Conrtv of Camnlian, Territo. v
of Oklahoma, at El Reno. Oklahoma Territory
on the 1st day of July. 1901. All persons hav
ng claims against said estate are required to
exhibit the same to the undersigned, at tin-of
nee of the Probate judge of ssld county, oral
the residence of either of the undersigned near
council. O. T.. on or before November li IQ()1
After the date of I hit. publication, with
necessary vouchers, or they will I, f, r, v,.r
eluded from any benefit of said estate; or saui
claim mav tie tl ed in said Probate Court.
Dated this 8th day of Ju v. 1901
N’t'AII A. CRAY Kit,
TIIO.UA* It. DAVIS.
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