El Reno Supper Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 356, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 12, 1901 Page: 4 of 4
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Ml •*«*• <* *H*Nk-«-i ■ *Ji,s
A WUnOER AT ENID.
K iid, O I'., Oct 11 —Last night B
m in .was murili rt-1 mar the ■’< it
) irdl in Ihh ei'\‘, lii- «Lu I luv i>K
bill u cru»h*d w.ti n cuupl.ng pm. |
from pipemou tli' 1m ty in* bin 11*1*11,
id.)-till 'd :i inn Tiumin llut- hiii- nf |
Lawrence, Km He was a ho - 1 urn
iirella mender hii I is th mglit to have ,
bean imirjrrid iy iu<tin m*i > . f h bo'm
eg nip who have h-en in t.'.'ii .'itelt.j
The body w«* not I -i * m- 1! near
noon today. The poll-e au-iavt *wo
y mi K tratupa an I a r ■ * . I f 111 o is
(.If-red It r he tviptnr- 1 ten It i*-
expected t ml tluir * h ft will l"1
bl '..d heap t eref.
O Yetrs here h vt* hern notified to
lo ik out for hl.i" ! s'Hititd tramps.
TO I'HE PUBLIC
Rev. G :0 K, 11 1 ,1 he in st sun ' as-
f il Baptist evanglist in all this sec-
tion of c luutry, will on next Monday
evening at 7:BD |> m., begin a series of
evangelistic services at the Baptist
church I bis iu.-e inn was or 1 *r (I by
the church a few weeks ago an 1 with
your le arty co operation we mean lo
sweep the town in the name of Christ.
DON'T GO IN
A picnic party was arrested jester,
day on an Indian allotmant, west of
Darlington, and escorted to the ag-
ency. Kxplmtions were given at.d
clear proof made that ibe uuting party
was no outfoxed in stealing corn from
tlie Indians, although a little corn
juice on hand looked su p cions.
Parlies traveling through the
country in covered wagons have made
a practice of lading the diaphanous
corn lielde, and the Indians mistook
the innocent pie-niekers for furagets,
and all because the per y drove in a
STJND \Y CLOSING.
After Nov 1, the meat markets will
be closed on Sundays
ASKS FOR TROOPS.
Indian Agent Kind let, of Auadarko,
bin sent a ri<iu st to Washington for
a company of troops to oasi-ist him in
ejecting W. 1> Fossett from an Indian
al ottnent. Fossett is a United States
deputy marshal for that district, and
refuses to recognize the authority of
the Indian agent.
Mr. Moon, v to whs injured in the
runaway accident on circus day, is im-
proving. Dr. Brown tlnuk’s he'll be
out in a few days
MAKE A DATE
At Jackson Bros., whore you get
them fresh. Not only dates, but the
best line of fresh candies in the city.
Buttertiy chocolates and every var-
iety of .choice bon bons at Jackson
Members of the K M. will meet to-
morrow aftormion at lied Men's hall at
3 o’clock, to talk over and make ar-
rangements for tlie coming entertain-
The ladies of the Colonial Cooking
Club desire to extend to the Ked Men
and Modern Woodmen their siucere
thanks for the use of their hall which
they so kind y tendered them for their
Rev I. S. Ross will leave on Tuns'
day for Shawnee to attend the annual
conference of the M. B. church Mr.
Ross lias been stationed at El Reno
for one year, and will be returned, as
this is the urge it and sincere desire
of every member of his congregation.
The window decorators at .1 E,
Kelso's dry goods emp rium are ar
tistsof last * and line judgment. The
display of embroidori is this week is
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1'b * J 1 1 1 hr ■ t-hers J ho, (jus
a S'.aiit, ad-1 th is families are f»-
j.iyirg a visit from t'nir fataer and
mother, Mr K. Jok-un and wife, of
Wichita. Tan boys are on their good
Hi 1 ll*i 1 > Mms all instituted
pr a'nediugs i 11 tin- p l cm rourf against
K y Jones to c tupel him to rein ve
fr >m near tlia parsi nsg - a lection of
tile butcher sh ip, alleging that tli
bun m-s iif 1- ud *i ing lard and dressing
fowl was a nuisance to the neigh* or
hood. The case was dismissed this
... mug Mr Marshall feels very
much aggriev, d that the business
should lie permitted so close to his
Roy Jones lias purchased the Rleily
lot oil Si li -i'll Island ave. and will
put up a brick liui ding at once.
Frank Kraft- attended the K P
lo ige at 8hawr.ee, and was elected
grand outer guard.
'I'll'* E Perrv est-ibishment has
the best go ten up and the la diones'
dodgery m iv*r brought, to E
Reno. Charley is very ptoud over it
but not as much so as the old gentle-
The M'O'on Jewelry Co., of El Reno,
Iihb been incorpora*ed: Capital stock
$10,000; directors—D. C. Minton, R G
Minton and P K Allen, all of El Reno.
Gentlemen:—My wife was sfflieted
with Dyspepsia and Constipation for
years. After trying other remedies
I purchased a bo’tle of Dr. Caldwell’s
Pepsin Syrup for tier and she is rapidly
improving. 1 cannot be without this
valuable medicine. R specttully,
Elk City. K is,, Dec. 13. 1900.
t'lAN' : An 1 \icll-nt Kii|l*»-*II piati-
[-r.m* I Hi- r u hi 11 ■ 1.1 tin* cun
line n Ki ll lilt' at Mrs ti-irroliV
c roer Wade and Barger are
WANTED— 'o lr»dp a choice reltn-
ij indimtnt in Caddo county for a
1. ur-ieoni house and lo , orchm e
bulldog I "IS. Call at Hell ollice
FOR SA LE—Boy’s pony, 2 years old,
well hmk : would exchange fo
good calf r*rst t:-> hogs li quiie
of If 1' Keiinaua p54
FOR RENT— Ins Inge furnished m
lint 1 ruisned frail 101 ui, 1120 S
Burke* ave. of
CIIICK ERINli PIANO - Fir price,.
hi d terms undress H. W C eg rn,
118 Main street.. Ol ahoma t'lti,
repn ei ntative for Hie uvot*rri
toi lea | 51
FOR S 'LE—A good 2s* t, d spr-i-c
wagon lor sa e cheap, Call a' 400
So A duii 1 e. p‘ 4
WANTED—A few more eh i-e re-
liiiqiilMiuieiits at, the B>*ll idlic*. ,
WAN . ED—men to learn barber trad,- :
only 1 iglit weeks required, tool-
presented. board included, wages!
Saturdays: positions guaraLteed.
(iiaduates wanted for trains, hoe
pm,Is, country and city simps,
Catalogue mailed tree. Moler
Barnet'College St Louis, Mo. 33,
Wanted—You to list your houses 1
with us for sale or rent El Bern,
City Property company. Office ai
FOR RENT—A live-room house, with j
cistern, well and stable; located 1 J
mile east and 2 miles south, dm, r
good Bvhool. Call at 218 80 hte„
lslar.nl avenue 45
FOR SALE—Fine Jersey cow for sa e
at a bargain; alsj 1 any carriage
and harness, just new. Mrs. A
Carr ill. 49
PIANO—Would I ko to rent a - ic«
piano Best of care will he given.
Call at Mrs. Patterson’s, 1012 So.
GIRL WANTED—Good wages pai 1.
l ull at Mrs. Patterson's, 10.2 8 -.
Barker. * 49
FOB SALE—Gigar case, in gind c m-
Uition; a id two show cases. Call
at Sam Peach's.
RELINQUISHMENT—Will trade a
nic pa>oig htisine-s f ,r a good
relinquishment. Enquire at H>*11
FOR SALE—S live. Good i ffi e
heater. May be seiu at Mrs.
L nvi-’s, east Russell street, 11 ar
Williams ave. 49
A Strong Woman
Iowa City, Iowa, Aug. 15,1900
Mv wife was sick for three years. We tried
everything without relief and spent much
money. My wife tried Wine of Caraui and four
bottles cuied her. t he tool two more bottles,
knowing she would have t work hard during
the hay harvest, bhe attended to all her house-
hold duties and loaded and unloaded ail the
hay. This medicine gave her strength. For-
merly she was weak and tired and could hardly
get about, but since she lias been takiug Wine
of Cardui she feels better ami stronger than
when 20 years of age. JOS. A. EISKNHAFKH.
Mrs. Eisenhafcr had tried everything during
her three years sickness and had spent consid.
erable money. She was weak and could hardly
get about for three years before she took
WIN Eot CARDUI
Now, after taking the Wine of Cardui, she can
work with her husband in the hay field. That
is hard work, but it is not as injurious to a
woman's health as labor in stores, factories and
offices where thousands of girls are closely con.
fined year after year. With the aid of Wine of
Cardui a woman can do any reasonable work and enjoy good health. The
health that Wine of Cardui brings makes a woman vigorous in body and mind.
Freed from those terrible devastating pains a woman grows well and strong
naturally. Wine of Cardui regulates the disordered menstruation and cures
leucorrlioea, falling of the womb and periodical pains in the head and back
caused by standing or sitting a long time in the same position. Thedford’s
Black-Draught puts the bowels, stomach, liver, kidneys aod blood in proper
shape. Greatly increased strength and endurance is the natural result. Most
cases are cured quickly. All druggists sell $1.00 bottles of Wine of Cardui
end 25 cent packages of Thedford's Black-Draught.
For advice and literature, addrria, giviug symptom*. “The T.adies’ Adrleory
Department," The Chattanooga Medicine Company, Chattanooga, Tenn.
goto FULLER & FULLER’S
Best Bargain Store
----IN EL RENO----
DRY GOODS, HATS, SHOES
Notions and Indian Goods.
At FULLER & FULLER’S.
120 Nortli Bic.kf-rd Avenue. A-ross from Kerfoot Hotel
The Boll otlii:** is prepared to fur-
nish chut tnI mo tgape blanks In Inis to
suit Pi ice, 25 ’or *0 cents. The very
El Reno lodge A O U VV will cele-
brate the au -iiver-iiiry of the orde r on
Oct. 28 Spin il co III mil tees have tile
matter in charge.
A REM ARK ABLE ENTERPRISE
Is that of the British Doctors at
204 1-2 Main St. overthe Fair
Oklahoma City. These emi-
nent gentlemen are giving
theirservices free forthree
months to all invalids
who eall upon them
before October 23.
A staff of en iiunt physicians and
surgeons from tin* British Medical In-
stitute have, hi the urgent solicitation
of a large number of patienis under
itieir care in this country, established
a perm:'lent branch of the Institute
iu Ok BE - inia City, at 2014 Maiu street
over Hie Fair
These eminent gentlemen, have,
by rt quest, consented tocuntinue giv
ing their services free for three
months, (medicines excepted), to all
invalids who call upon ttiem before
Oct 23 These eervices consist not
only of consultation, examination and
advice, hut also of all minor surgical
The object in pursuing this course
ie to become rapidly and personally
a quainted with the sick aud afflicted,
aod under no conditions will any
charge whatever be made for any ser-
vices rendered for three months, to all
who call before Oct.23.
The doctors treat all forms of dis-
ease and deformities, and guarantee a
cure in every ca-e they undertake. At
the first inteiview a thorough examin-
ation is made , and, it incurable, you
are frankly and kindly told eo; also
advised against spending your money
for UBiless treatment.
Male and female weakness, catarrh
amt catarrhal deafness, also rupture,
goitre, cancer, all skin disHases, and
all diseases of the rectum, are pos-
itively cured by their new treatment.
The chief associate surgeon of the
Institute, is in personal charge.
Office hours from 9 a. m., till 8 p. m.
No Sunday hours
SPECIAL NOTE -If yon cannot
caU, send stamp for question blank for
WHITE’S CREAM VERMIFUGE
ie essentially the child's tonic. It im-
proves the digestion and assimilation
of food, strengtheniag the nervous
system and restoring them to the
health, vigor and elasticity of spirits
natural to childhood. Price 25c. Sold
by C R. Miller.
WAN I ED—Good coat, pant and vest
lunaer. Call at F. W. Hruchmanii,
cor W .de and Rock laland 50
DRESSMAKING—Miss Sudcrman N
* >. Iihv« op ned rninii In the S m
Reach building, sacood lln ir, hihI
invite the ladin of El Reno and
vicinity to call on them whin in
need of anything in the way of
p ain and fan y sewing. 5*2.
WANTED—Two ' white laundr*
women, at Sulliv n Houae. 52
WANTED—Gir to tike care of a
habv. Candy kitjhen, tlrs; door
noith of Oapitil Cate. (52
WANTED—l’o trade land in Roger
Mills county for smill property m
El Re no. 52
WANTED—Agents on commission or
straight salary; $50 per month to
begin; payment of salary n l con-
ditional on success General
agents wanted also; $50 per month
an 1 expenses Address 8. I)
Crane, Gem ral Agent. Kl Reno.
O. T., 114 N Barker. 52
WANTED—Position as book keeuer
orcl* k. Ample exoerience in gen-
eral office work. Address Box 214,
El Reno, O. T
WANTED—At once, a good boy to
take care of horse and buggy. Will
not interfere with school. 54
WAN I ED— v good girl or m'ddle aged
woman for genera house work. En-
quire at 311 8 Bickford Ave. 64
GIRL WANTED—For general house-
work. Good wages. Call at 414
R. Russell St 54
FOR SALE—Square piano for sale
cheap Inquire at Bell office p54
LOTT—Wednesday evening. Oct. 9,
between the corner of Russell
street and Barker avenue and the
Baptist church, via Wade street,
a Sunburst brooch set wi'h pearls.
Finder please leave at 202 South
Barker avenue and receive re-
FOR SALE—6 room bouse and two
lo’s. Call at Pan American Gro-
FOR SALE—2-room houje and *wo
lots. Call at Pan-American Gro
FOR RENT—Fine store room, 25x50,
west of Kerfoot hotel. J. N
Mite hem. 50
FURNISHED ROOM—For It* nt
Suitable for man and wife. Call
at 401 N Bickford ave. <
Foil Sai.k—H ick, team and harness.
Good; cheap- Call at once, 414
Williams ave 5ti.
PRIVATE Boarding and lodging—at I
310 N Evans ave. Mrs S. K. |
The candy season is now open. Be-
sides ou* own make we are exclusive
agents for „he Walter M. Lo vueyand
C F Gunther's candies.
KEEP YOUR FACE CLEAN.
Your comp'rxion cl*ar. tour hren'h
sweet, your head level. Dr. Oaldwed's
Syrup l’er.sin will do this. It cures
Constipation, Sick headache ami In-
digestion and is a perfect laxative.
Sold by C. B. Miller, Druggist.
Where will you go for the Best
FURNITURE, at owest Prices?
Thatrs Easy. Co to the Establishment of
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Baskets leave here Mondaysand Wednes- g
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| FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED
Lace Curtains and Fine Woolen Goods a Specialty.
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(Successors toG. W. Bellamy.)
Paints, Oils, Glass.
1st Door North of Postoftice,
EL RENO, OKLAHOMA
The Minton Jewelry Co. "’ill
remove to the new building first doo-
south of the postoffice. The furniture
and tlxtures are being made, Mr
Minton haB just returned from the
east where he purchased the tines'
stock of jewelry, rut glass, silverware
and tine china that has ever been in
ibe southwest. Watch for the open
LEASES OF SCHOOL
Write Us. Come and See IQ,
NULL 4. WRIGHT
Grand, O. T.
WELL, I GUESS YES
Would you rather have them hurt
than pay ton cents for a little bot-
tle of stuff to make them stop?
WELL, I GUESS NO.
Then go to the Miller Drug
Store and get it................
MILLER’S DRUG STORE
nnMia Mny AViollnh Ilrr Mobility.
At present the czar’s suhjests are
divided into four general classes the
nobility, the clergy, the inhabitants
of the towns and those of the coun-
try, says a St. Petersburg corre-
spondent. The nobility is itself of
two kinds, hereditary and personal.
An officer acquires a life nobility on
acquiring a certain rank in the army
or n.avy. Those who attain the rank
of colonel in the army and of c.ptain
in the navy become hereditary no-
bles. It is most probable that when
the proposed reform of the Russian
system of class organization takes
place the nobility will cease to exist
as a separate class in the nation.
Th** American Cotton Crop.
For many generations after the
first bale of cotton raised in the Unit-
ed States was sent to market most of
the cotton plantations of the country
were cast of the Mississippi. Bnt now
nearly one-half of the entire Ameri-
can crop of cotton comes from the
territory west of the river.
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Simpson, E. J. El Reno Supper Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 356, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 12, 1901, newspaper, October 12, 1901; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc911740/m1/4/: accessed November 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.