El Reno Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 207, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 24, 1902 Page: 1 of 4
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ElReno Evening Bell.
EL RENO, OKLAHOMA. APRIL 24, 1902.
Another wagon to lmul away
People will “some way’’
trade where they* get bargains.
Charleston, 8. C., April 24 —
Today was set aside at the Charles-
Te'is F Lin->ton to
mu sit DjWn.
4 Cans Jumbo linked Bean«..25c
Fancy evnp. apples per ll\ .. lde
4 lbs Soda crackers.........25c l
Fancy toilet soap per box... 15c , mldl<‘"r 1 tho following
C lbs bulk oat meal.........25c loiter to General Funston:
Washington. 1). 0., April 23. -
By direction of th • IV -i 1 >nt, the
acting secretary of war, General
1 lb seedless raisins........10c
1 lb pure maple sugar......15c
Bennett & Grose
212 So. R. t. Avo. Phono 88
Rust Proof Oats.
The genuine Texas red rust-
proof oats for sale at J. E. Jones’
Miss Anna M. Rcbards
Special inviiation to call is
Extended ladies of El Reno.
Rooms 1 and 2,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Cl Reno .... Oklahoma
Sir: 1 am directed by the
President to instruct you that he
wishes you to cease further public
discussion of the situation in the
Philippines and also to express his
regret that you should make a
senator of the United States the
B object of public criticism or dis-
£ | cussion. Very respectfully',
“Wm. Carey Sanger,
“Acting Secretary of War.’’
At a banquet last Saturday
night of the Colorado Sons of the
Revolution, General Funston is
reported to have said of Senator
“1 have only sympathy for the
senior senator from Massachusetts
who is suffering from an over-
ton exposition as Louisiana Pur-
chase Exposition day and there
was a large attendance of repro-
scn'ative citizens from St. Louis,
and other cities of .Missouri. The
officials of the St. Louis exposi-
tion wire among tho visitors and
th.-re was ulso a largo delegation
representing the .Missouri Press
The ice crenin parlors at Ger-
rers are still the popular resort
for all lovers of pure cream and
Hig-» Official Visits El
R ?no and l peaks
A Birthday Present
An Engagement Ring
Or Wedding Statior ery
Or Visiting Cards.
H. II. Embr.v, general freight
agent of the C., It. I. and P. rail-
way was here yesterday in his
private car. Mr. Embry came
down from Topeka to visit El
lieuo and personally meet its bus-
in *>s men. In his conversation
with Mr. llonebrake and others
he assured them that El lteno in-
terests would bo cared for, and
that no discriminations of any
kind would be permitted in favor
of other places. This is taken by
our jobbers and merchant* gencr-
C .v-s,Am>■ — •<=- ••
l/f X & a
COSTS YOU ONLY
YOU Af FORD IT AT THIS
Fancy candies, imported, do-
mestic and home made at
Mound City Paint
Is always spelled with a big
Our supplv of the rbove lx un-
limited as we carry a targe stock L|)y to mean unjust discrim-
■jf the best goods that are on the
Our stock of 18k Wedding
Rings is complete. We can
makeyour ring right here in ou>
shop if you prefer. Engraved
i/isi ing Cards, weddingand so-
ciety stationery on short notice,
so don't send away as we dupli-
cate pr ces and Save you postage
Obtainable in El Reno of . . .
W. P.M'Grath & Co.
Remember Your Eyes.
We make no charge for examination.
THE MINTON JEWELRY CO
On'y Exclusive Jewelry Es-
tab ishment in El Reno.
inutions which have been in vogue
in this territory, and which have
operated against El Reno must be I
cutout, or if continued by other]
roads, then El Reno will be favor-
ed so that this city may become
the mercantile centre of the job-
bing trade of Oklahoma. The
visit of Mr. Embry has been in
spiring, it has dispelled many
doubts and given the strongest
Pure Food Grocers.
WE HAUE A
Prompt Delivery. Phone 30
PIN : LOT UP SRLT PISH-
We make perfect corrections
in all deformities of siqhtland
and successfully treat all
Neuralgias and Heaeaches
proceeding from feeble eyes
or errors in visions, such as
as well as simple compound
and mixed astigmatism.
For Sale by
LONG BELL LUMBER CO.
Racing Begins at Nashville.
• Nashville, Tenn., April 24
All the indications are that the
Spring meeting of the Tennessee
Breeders’ association, which opens
j at Cumberland Park thisafternoon,
will be tlie largest meet in the
history of that popular track,
i There are over 5U0 well-known
horses now stabled at the truck,
and the demand for accommoda-
— tions has been so great that the
capacity of tlie inclosurc has been
put to the test The city is rapid-
ly tilling up with the “sporty
boys” who follow the (ionics, and
tho stewards arc counting on the
best meeting the club ever ex-
As usual the event of the open-
ing day is the Cumberland Derby,
for three-year-olds, one and one-
eighth miles, ¥2,000 added. Abe
Frank goes to the post favorite.
The other entries include a num-
2----------------------- .. . — ber of well-known horses and the
IN THE SPRING race is likely to be an exciting one.
The young man’s fancy lightly Hn addition to tho Derby other
turns to thoughts of shirts All features of the meeting will be the
A fine little picture at 50 cents
per dozen, good finish. Photo
Mrs. J. L. Jenkins was over
from Oklahoma City and attended
tiie reception given on Tuesday by
Mrs. Otto A. Shuttec and Mrs.
Sam Tunnchaum. Miss Caroline
\\ ood was one of tho guests from
The value of Spectacles de-
pends upon the skill of the
one who fits them, ifyour
eyes are failing have them
properly fitted by.....
BRRNHILL, The Optician
R. C. MORROW
TRY GOODS, CLOTHING
Hats, Furnishings, Notions,
Wall Paper, Window Shades
Colonial Troops at Coronation.
London, April 24.—Colonial
troops to the number of 2,500
| will visit London for the corona-
tion, including Australians, Cana-
dians, Cypriots, Dyaks, Malays,
Maltese, and South Africans.
Their accommodation is a matter
of some concern to the authorities, | K‘ln8aH- Durin* tho aftornoon
as the barrack-room aecommoda Itl,e pmno selections given by Miss
tion in London is bure'y sufficient i " °ul1 n,ost deli*htful fpat‘
for the number of home troops who Ure" °f'!"! functio"’ Very fp"'
will be draftedinlo liic metropolis.
Negotiations have been entered
into with the idea of utilizing the j
grounds of the Alexandra Palace
at M us well Hill as a camping
ures of the function
more accomplished musicians than
Miss Wood have ever been heard
in El Reno. Her playing was su-
On this Decline. Wheat
and Corn sold down lj
cents today, account light
rain in Kansas.
W. J. WEIDENBACH
GRAIN AMI STOCK BROKER
The Watch House ofi(,PPOSITE THE POST office
Mi RE 540, O. T.
Eize pictures in the
good finish, $1.00 per
Ry, Photo Car
For selling correct things for
men’s wear is the keynote of our
steadily increasing business. Good
judgment in buying correct styles
and selling at the lowest prices
induce wise buyers to trade at
The Progress ”
China and Chinese.
A large audience should hear
the lecture on China at the Pres-
byterian church tomorrow night
by Mrs. Hays. The lecture has |
been delivered at Chicago. One
paper commenting on it says:
“In her free delivery without
notes, clear, ringing tones and
distinct enunciation, the condition
of the Chinese home was por-
Irayed in dark* st hues and the
audience was profoundly stirred.”
The Interior says: “The address
made by Mrs. Fanny Corbett
Hays, formerly of China, was
witty, pathetic, earnest, logical
and forceful. Her powerful
voice easily filled the auditorium
and her winning manner made
friends of Lor audience before a
word had been spoken.”
Sorghum seed, kaffir corn and
millet seed for sale at J. E. Jones’
feed store, corner Wade and
Lost, on Saturday, April 12,
west of El Reno, my shepherd
dog. Description: Color reddish,
little white in breast. Reward for
information leading to his secor-
ery. I. Outright.
Yukon, <). T.
Nice Black Dirt.
Several hundred wagon loads
for sale at 25 cents a lo.iL Sc®
W. 11. Gresham.
Leonora Jackson Concert
I Those who were instrumental
in bringing Miss Jack-on h -e by
purchasing advance tickets will
have Thursday and Friday ;o re-
serve their seats. After that th®
board will be open to the g. ueral
public. The advance tickets will
j be delivered to you in time I®
I present them at the Fitschcn &
Morse drug store.
the spring styles at
GET A MOVE ON YOU.
Avondale and Belle Meade stakes.
WE GIVE YOU FITS
The only medicino you
And return my post-hole dig-|nccd is one of our
ger. I need it. Oblige, George you'„ be fit well.
F ine watches for gentlemen
Railroad men who desho
F ine jewelry and diamonds.
Silverware. Clocks at pop-
Our repair department is
able to repair any piece of
jewelry and adjust any
watch where correct position
time is required.
Nobby Spring suits, ?7.50 to
j$15. They fit.
If you need to repair an engine
the FJ Reno Foundry & Mach- The Novelty Stora hu j ust
ine Co. will do the best work i,eceived “ fin8 ,ino of r°°m
for you. .moulding.
A few maps of tho new coun-
I try for sale, at Bell office at loc
F. W. Bruchmann each.
Ice, Cream at Jackson Bros.
221 South R. I. Ave., El Reno
Contests and Filing-:.
Are now up-to-date, and will
be published regularly in tli; BuiL
] The daily per month mailed 5®
DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY
Apples at Jacks an Bros.
Phone 212 or phone 85 will cal)
up .the Troy Laundry.
-jLllNIi JMHY STOKE
j Don't pay for labels
For 5 cents a roll and up.
UoHKAlt A Sox.
1109 NORTH BICKFORD AVE.
Everything in season at the |svvilul|(.d; I)on-t
Creamery Cafe. Open the year
¥3,50 for |
“Walk-Overshoes when we sell |
the same shfes, with or without
J labels for §3 Other shoes pro-
Mrs. Mary Ogle, is very ill. Her; portionately cheap Ail new
Joe K. IIeim Prop.
sister Miss May E. Mays of Law-
ton is now with her.
Friend & Blevins
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Simpson, E. J. El Reno Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 207, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 24, 1902, newspaper, April 24, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc911625/m1/1/: accessed November 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.