El Reno Supper Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 356, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 12, 1901 Page: 1 of 4
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EL RENO, OKLAHOMA, OCTOBER 12. 1901.
Services at Different Places
Of Worship Tomorrow,
Oct. 13, 1901.
GERMAN METHODIST CHURCH'
Services morning and evening.
Service in morning only atllo’clock_
CHRIST CIIL'RCn MEMORIAL, I'ROTKS
Nineteeutli Sunday after Trinity.
Services morning and evening. Holy
•Communion at morning service.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Strangers always welcome.
M E. CHURCH, SOUTH.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Preaching in the tent at 11 a, m., by
;Rev. J. B. Andrews.
Children’s mass meeting at.'lp. m.,
addressed by Bro. Andrews.
Song service at 7 |>, m., followed by
All these services will be held in tht
tent unless hindered by heavy rain,
then go to the church.
Morning su 1 • j et: ‘‘The Fall of
Abraham. And Abraham fell upon
The evening service will lie omilte.
in order that all may have the oppnr
tuni'y of attending Ilia evangelistic
service in the big lent.
Christian Kndoav r at G.30.
All the services of the day at the
usual h urs Morning text: ‘ llow
shall I go np In my Father and the lad
be not with me?” “The cost and con-
ditions of disoipleship.’' Revival ser-
vices begin at the Baptist church Mon
The Richard big show window at-
tracts considerable attention by the
fantastic display of a big Indian, a two-
headed calf and lota of Indian work
Miss Angela Hall left for Ardmore
to attend a boarding school.
The Afternoon Whist club organized
this week at Mrs, Gerrer’s. Mrs.
Linzaewas chosen president.
Notice Mrs. Rose Huber’s display ad.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE SALE.
Having sold my house, must now
dispose of my furniture, consisting of
Bed room and Parlor suits, chairs,
tabibs, carpets, hall racks, etc. All
must go quick. Remember place, 301
South Barker ave J. F. McGrath.
IF IT IS
Popular Priced Novelties in Turn,
Welt or McKay
That You are after, then you want to buy
the finest Popular Priced Goods in the
County, Which are Carried by
R. H* CANON & CO.
And are Worn by all Particular and Exacting
Shoe buyers of El Reno.
The Daintiest and most attractive
Specialties for Women.Misses Chil
dren and Infants are carried by us,
II, R. CANON & CO.
SHOERS OF THE PEOPLE.
AN ENDLESS WAR.
Sotlalia, M Oct. 10.—Harry Ernst,
uf the Nineteenth U. S. infantry, who
| lies been doing service in Cebu and
lfobol islands, in the Pnilippines the
last year, has written to ins father,
Chas. F. Ernst of this city, that pel -
ma, out peace there is far more dis-
tant than dispatches to tlie metropul
it no papers indie ite. Around Manila,
quiet prevails, Ernst admits, but not
j so elsewhere, he says. In concluding
a lengthy le.ter, descriptive of con-
ditions there, Ernst sa>»:
“I do not believe the insurgents
will ever give up the tight. We can
buru them out and kill them one hy
one and then quiet litem tor a time,
hut the spirit of com tativeness horn
in llteir savage breasts still exists.
They will never consent to remain
quiet permanently and it is my candid
belief that there ure years of lighting
ahead for the American troops, in
fact until the last Filipino has been
THIS IS A
GOOD • - TIME
TO PLANT YOUR LAWN WITH
We Sel! It at 20 cts
Until further notice “The Progress”
will “relinquish” on any sweater in
the house. No contests. (Progress
sweaters are world beaters )
Children’s meeting at the tent Sun
day afternoon at 3 o’clock.
Just received a shipment of Cali-
fornia quinces at Gerrers’
CAN ALMOST FLY.
The wing collars, latest styles in
fall collars at “The Progress ”
SULLIVAN • HOUSE
Is now open on the European
— Plan —
hr*t class tailoring call at
21!i S R. I ave.
any kind of repairing call
at 219 ■J. R. I ave.
cleaning and pressing call
at 219 ,S. R. I ave
prices to compete with any
house west of Chicago cill I
at 219 S. R. I ave.
the sake of being well
pleased call at 219 S. R. 1
ave., and I’ll be glad to
SNOW ON THE ROCKIES.
Denver, Col., Oct. 11.—Snow fell on
the continental divide last night. In
the towns and valleys it melted quickly
hut the peaks are covered with snow
Miss Annie Althaueen, committee
clerk of the Texas legislature and
who has been attending an extra ses
sion of that body, arrived Wednesday
from Austin. Tex., and will visit her
parents here for a few weeks
A. G.Allen’s minstrel will pos-
itively show tonight at opera
PONY LOS r.
A fresh and complete line nf Low
ney’s and Gunther’s candies just re-
ceived at GERRERS.
Sorrel pony with vliite in face, and
branded O. S., with bar; wire cut on
left shoulder. Reward for information
leading to ite recovery. Addtese
Frank Sweazy, Darlington, O T. p52
SOMBART’S DRUG STORE
WILL MOVE INTO THE BUILDING
TWO DOORS SOUTH OF
S. L Harvey will save you money on
city property, farm and chattel loans.
Abstracts of titles promptly made.
PoMmaster Wattson is i pending a
few days at Geuda Springs, Kas.
Douglas candies, the best and fresh-
est at Jackson Bros.
Big white potatoes, best in
the city at $1.00 a bushel.
Townsend Grocery Co.
HARD COAL STOVE
In g iod condition, In $10. A snap
who needs one. W.
Everybody goes to Gerrers’ for a box
of fresh candy,
lift SOUTH BICKFORD A V E N 1 * K
CIII AGO MILL1NBKY STORK
At low prices until Oct. 15. In or-
der to make your acquaintance and
show you a sample of my work I will
make the following low prices:
Cetnen* fillings 25c up.
Silver fillings 50c up.
Gold lillings $1.00 np.
All work guaranteed.
Chas, S. Millkk, D. D. S.
Corner Rock Island avenue, and
Russell street, over hardware store.
a corrugated iron ware house, lGx
24 feet. Inquire at Sombart’e Drug
TWENTY $25,000 JOBS.
Denver, <> t. 10— Lyman J. Gage,
secretary of the treasurer, was the
principal speaker at a meeting of Den-
banking employes at the Blown
I’aluce Hotel to institute a brunch of
the Aiuericau inslitutiouof hank clerks.
Mr. Gage declared today that the de-
mand for good bank ollicials is greater
than the supply. Said lie: “If 1
knew that you were capable 1 could
take twenty young men out of your
midst and place you in positions in
various parts of the country which
would pay you $25 000 a year.
Fifty years from now the country
will have a population of 190 million
people, and the banking business will
increase proportionately ”
LOS1 UK STOLEN.
On Wednesday afternoon from Fort
Reno, a Llewellen setter dug pup,
hr;e months old; answors to the
name of Joe: black aud white with
tan markings on face, breast and legs
BIO reward for return, or information
leading to his recovery, to Capt. C. G
Sawtelle. of the 8th Cavalry, Fort
Reno, O. T. p55
We are just in receipt of a
car of those line, lar^e
$1.35 per Bushel.
We make a special price on
live sack lots and over.
PURE FOOD GROCERS.
Phone 30. Prompt Delivery
Big white potatoes at Townsend
Grocery Co. Only one dollar a bushel
These big white Potatoes at
$1.00 ,er bushel. You’d bet-
ter hurry and get in the band
Townsend Grocery Co.
FALL AND WINTER
DUES l MATERIALS!
In Wool, Silks, Velvet and
THIS IS NO ADVERTISE-
We just wanted to say that “The
Progress” lias the best line of one
dollar shirts ever shown in El R un.
Washington. Oct. 11 —Capt. F, E.
Chadwick, who commanded the New
York aud was Admiral Sampson's chief
of atnIf, was called as a witness in the
Jchiey court this afternoon. He tes-
tified concerning the code of signals
arranged by Capt. McCalla with the
Cuban insurgents at Cienfuegos. He said
he had not iufornied Commodore Schley
because Capt. McCalla was to return
immediately to Cienfuegos where
Schley was stationed.
(It seems that every subordinate and
middy in the lleet knew all about the
code of signals, yet Commodore Schley
was kept in ignorance of them. Why?
Evident.y to hamper him. The in-
vestigation now going on shows the
corps of naval officers to he rotten
to the core through petty jealousy.
Big white potatoes at Townsend
Grocery Co. Only onedollar a bushel.
MEALS AT MEAL HOURS
Short Orders at all Hours.
Table Board $5 per Week.
$6 oo for $5,00.
Rooms per day 50c &. $1.00
Breakfast Hours , . 6 to 9,
Dinner Hours . . 12 to 1 30,
Supoer Hours , . 6 to 7.30
Special Dinners Served on
Half Length Cloaks, Short
i WINNINGHAM BROS. k»ve a
large assortment of Navajo Indian
Blankets in rug sizes, Direct from
Friday and Saturday
I)o not miss this Great Reduction Sale before moving to
104 SO. BTGKFORL)
Millinery and Ladies’ Ready-to-Wear Goods. $1 OO
Saved on $4-.00 for Cash.
MRb. ROSE HUBRR.
115 NORTH ROCK ISLAND AVE.
Dress Hats, Walking Hats
Dlete line of Gents’
Native and German
HARRY S. < '.UNDRY & CO
110 SouthlRock Island Ave.
EL RENO, O. T.
Have you seen the new
lamps at the
Street Hats in tell the latest Styles
PITTS & HEED,
226 S. Rock Island Ave.
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