El Reno Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, September 12, 1902 Page: 4 of 4
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/ U Mnntt—“Here is
•®t*d i-o mr navigation." lxi .\lo.yne
*Aii, it be a fLy-paper—l*buu
» liard Lines.—“What did jour ole I
vncie iea\e‘.'“ “A lotof di«gu»ied reu Square Theater Co.%
tivea, and a jubilant young witioii , , ... .
we'd nn«r heard of before." Phil* herR U>t 5e“8on' Will bo
deiphi* 1'iet*. the pleasure of seeing their favor
014 Frlanda Coming Back.
El Reno theater goers. who
formed aUatchmenta for the vari-
ous members of Stater’s Madison
here last season, will bo granted
Look over your stationery, and!
fee if you need some job work.]
The Roll turns out first class!
never fails to give
GRAIN AND STOCKS.
Dec wheat cloaed to lay... CO-sl
Dee wheat closed yesterday Ct*3-i J
Mv here zttd heroine sr« to be mar i.. . ,
tilt Hist chaptar.” "And lie ltus HU,,,n ,n Die different plays of Dec corn closed today.....43J-44
happily furever after, I auppose.’* "(> this excellent company. They
fourtf. 1 told you it was to be a novel
tfidn't 1?"—Indianapolis Sewn. come this season in an entirely
,lo£" l!7nrB^g"l^you'th^k!'^ n;w ^TUnre. of standard plays.
jihked, “that we’d get a belter new* Kvtarytlli»j? ill the way of scenic
}>w|er notice that wuy than by havinj . * . .
• .well »eddin*r-ailcn*0 Povt. equipment and stage effects nec-
All .Mixed ip.—"What will you h«»« essary for complete produ itions
my Kin?” nsUed tlie druggist. Tin , , . .
Iii;!r Hy m.'ii.e u defcprruit* lnentn 11 the different plays presented is
atr..gK!r. “Mamins scut me," he said carried and some brand new speci-
to pel a fleet (if picky sly shaper ...
That ain't unite It, i>ut it’s somethin shies will be introduced. The
lil.r that, let it.' * hiengo Tribune date of their appearance here is
m, .nd p.,,,,1.,
' soul. and «i:h all the strength of m; pnees will prevail.
bring “ She—“Are you in earned -p-.. . ■
Clurence?” He (reproachfully)—“Ii
earnest? Do y<iu think I nm hnggiii( Uet * free *"niPle of chamber
m.v trousers In this way for fun'.'”- Inin's Stomach and Liver Tablets at
London Tit-Bits. I Rhoades a cook's drug store They
Misdirected Philanthropy. — "Ah are easier to take and more pleasant
got no nit fo' de man,” said Charona In fleet than pills. Then their use
Kph, in . ne of his philosophical turns is not followed by constipation as is
dat donate er thmisniT dollah. I'd, mien the case with pills Regular
heathen fund obde fashionablechurcl h1z0 2l> b K
wa ul ore ran r>ti rm**e He rent* on hi«
tenement house, wld de udder. A1 White Clover Dew is what all
sfiec he hettah begin practicio
crawlin' frn' de eye oil er needle, Mis ladles are looking for.
toih Jackson!”—Baltimore News
Dec corn closed yesterday
Corn, high............... 44|1
Corn, low................ 43j J
BIDS WAN i tD.
For excavating 2,500 cubic
yards of earth. Contract will tie
let to the lowest responsible bid-
der on Saturday, Sept. 13, 1902.
Quick work must be guaranteed.
See C. Kimmel, or V. D. Tinkel-
piugh for further information.
Vanilla and crushed strawberry
ice cream, and sherbet at Jackson
TEA DRINKING IN MINES.
Cnitrritrnnnil Toiler. In Okiahnm*
Prefer II to Wntrr nod entire,
for Goad llra.on.
I "I do not know the scientific rea
•on for the thing," said a traveling
mun who lias recently made a trig
iu the mining regions of the west
"but on my mat trip to some of th|
mining towns in Oklahoma territory
particularly 1 found that the ininert
•re in the habit of drinking tea nl
moat exclusively while tolling unde)
the earth. [ asked the miners why
,lt was, and tha only explanatioi
they gave was that water and cof
fee made them sick at the stomach.
Iced tea, they said, was the bes|
drink they had been able to find
•nd the use of this drink left then
without any sort of bud effect.. I
made the trip down into one of tlig
mines at South McAleater, an expert
ence by no means without interest
to a person not familiur with tin
live* the subterranean toiler it
forced to lead, waites a cort'espon
dent of the New Orleans Times-
Democrat. Incidentally I may re
■ mark thut I found a mule in th«
mine which had not seen the light
'of day for more than six years, nint
jtlie animal because of the opera!ion
of the principle of disuse was a«
blind as a but. So far as I could I
judge he lmd completely lost tin j
vense of sight. But his hearing vvat
good and the least noise made by t
shift of his food basket would causf
'him to prick up his ears in a jiffy
,Uis sense of hearing was marvelous
In many respects, and I guess it wa»
due to t'-e fact that loss of sigh|
hud strengthened nil the othet
•enses of the animal But. comin, anJ High CLlSS Vaudeville.
back to the subject of tea, the min i s
ers said the habit of drinking tea -
while engaged iu the mine wai |
practically a new thing, but had b*
come extensive in a short space o|
JOHN G. WICK.
Just come into Wick’s in blacksmith line;
Our work is the best and very fine
Here at John Wick’s you find every day
No better work in the city we *ay.
Go unto Wick’s for a job that’s 0. K.
Wicks j, tlm place for best plow repair;
In here is fine work and prices are fair.
Come unto us if your buggy is sick;
Keep track of the doctor, his uame is Wick.
SHOP ON S. CHOCTAW NO. 806.
J. L. Gross, Mgr.
STARTING SEPTEMBER 15.
C. W. STATER
«* PRESENTS HIS X
In a Series of REPERTO RE
NZUER SO GOOD RS NOW
Bargains in unredeemed pledge*
at O. L. Richards’, 215 S. Bick-
The Most Direct Route
From either North and South,
to the famous health re-
sort and springs of
Hi Wf* -
B; i 9
If you’ve never tried
it. try i now
Ice Creatn at Jackson Bros.
Fresh oysters and celery at
Roy Jones’ Meat Market.
Choice home cured
hams and breakfast
ba^on and pure home
rendered lard, cheap
for cash at
J. W Dix’s Market.
Save the Children
All stomach and bowel troubles In child or adult an
due to a single cause—Indigestion.
Flux, colic, cholera morbus, diarrhoea, dysentery and
all complaiutsof like nature, are the result of undigested
foods fermenting In the stomach. The only way to
prevent fever and to cure «urh troubles without Injury
to the membranes lining the stomach la to res tors
K 0 D 0 L SET**. r.,
Kodol is the new discovery which cures ail stomach
•nd bowel troubles by removingthecause. This famous
— ~ v - remedy checks fermentation, cleanses, purities and
sweetens thestomach. Kodol digests nil classes of food and gives to the body
all of the nourishment, health and strength it contains.
Curaa Indigestion, Dyspepsia and all Stomach Treaties.
"Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is Just the thlux for dyspepsia and stomach troubles. It hn
bel petl me more than any thlnu else In a lone standing case of catarrh of the stomach."—
Oacar kin*, Cherry Valley, N. V.
__ Prepared only hy E. C DeWItt A Oo„ Chicago. Sold by all dealars.
tie M1BQIC Cftuab ChPC Ww hWlH household remedy for coughs, col
vmJ v brouchJUa, snppe, thrust and luaf troubles.
p'e by C, R. Miller.
O. L. Richards is now located
at 113 and 115 So. Bickford Av.
New equipment, new schedule
new route. “Choctaw Route.”
Cut prices on all Waih Goods
Straw Hats and all Summer
Undarwear at E. J. Cook's Dry
I* Via The
Lingering Summer Colda
Dontlet a cold run at this teason
Summer colds are the hardest kim
to cure and if neglected may linger
along for months. A long eiege lik-
will pull down the stronger con-
Hitution One Minute Cough Cur,
will break up the attact at once
Aafe, Sure, acts at once Cure
coughs, colds,-croup, bronchitis, a!
throat and lung troubles. The chi;
Iren like it. C. R. Miller.
A superb example of a perfect
Each night’s bill a new one.
Each performance continuous.
‘ Won by Waiting'
“Tt lifts boon a pront boon to th»
minors to find a liquid which would
BPpea.se the throut without nau.seat
them, nnd strengthening’ there
at the same time in no small de-
frroe. Some of the more thoughtful
miners told me that the use of tea
in the mines had proved of gTeut
benefit to the men in ninny ways,
■for prior to its introduction there
wjis much suffering. If the met
drank wafer it made them sick. It! .
they did not drink it they would a!
most perish. Something was needed OPENING BILL~“
badly, and tea is the best thing tliej 1
have been able to find.”
Sin pin* i! for Once.
I A citizen from the frontier, whe
never had been in Washington before
was visiting a frieiul in the nation')
c 'vital, an 1 was taken one day to lh<
p >-v of the senate while an inqior
* n. iM're was under discussion.
natoi was delivering a long,
jirosv an ' apparently aimless speech,
«ind the visitor soon grew tired of it,
“Why doesn’t he say somethin'
worth li. .suing to?" be whispered tu
“Oh, he’s merely talking againsl
“What’* the good of that?” asked
the other, aghast. “Time goes on just
the same, doesn't It?"
“I suppose it does,” replied hii
friend, looking at his watch and yawn
log; “but it doesn’t seem to.”—Youth**
Descriptive literature concerning
this delightful resort fur-
nished upon application to
Passenger Traffic Department
(World's Fair Spoeial)
11 *ves Olabotna City.... .6:30 P- n
Arrives Kansas Cit.........7:00 a n
ArrivesSt. Louis..........11:30 a n
j Arrive* Memphis........... 6:00pn
Ladies FREE Open'ng Night.! St. Louis Express.
Leav.ia Ol ahotna City.....9;50an
At the Bell office « supply of
For Sale’’ and “For Rent”signs
A«f l.lnrs on Fl«h Nrnlea.
To tell the age of a tree by counting
the annual rings of grow th in its wood
Is a familiar experience, but many
will be surprised to learn that a simi-
lar index of age is found on the scales
of some fish. An exhibit In proof of
this was recently made by the Marine
Biological association in London. The
lines on the scales are more widely
separated in that part formed during ] Jent
the warm season of the year, and the
Not Doomed For Life.
"I was treated for three years by
good doctors," writes W A Greer,
MeConnellevlIle. O, ‘ for Pile* and
Fistula, but when all failed, Ruct-
ion's Arnica Salve cured me in two
weeks." Cures Burnes, Hruiies,
Cut*, Corns, Sorea, Eruptions, Salt
Rheum, Piles or no pay. J5c at C R
Miller’s drug store.
Usually begins with symptoms of
acommonceld; there is chilliness
sneezing, sore throat, hot skin,
quick pulse, hoarsness and Impe
me warm season or the year, and the I reaperatiou. Give* frequent
alternation of wide nnd narrow bands *nt*U doses of Mallard's Horehound
gives a series resembling the “annual'dyrup, (the child will cry for it)
tings' of a tree.—Science. I.
--- I *nd at tha Orst sign of a croupy
1 n * rropo.iiioB. Bough, apply frequently Ballard,*
One mny outlive hatred, hut ndif- L, . . .
ference is . perpetual cold .torw'f? ^ * * th*
Milwaukea 3*.nti.i«i * jkbro*1 <*Oo »t C. R. Miller.
Arrive* St I.ouis......‘......7:15 an
Leaves Kansas City........7:15 p n
Arrives Ol ahomaCity......7:80 an
Ark'. & Okla. Express
Leaves St Louis............10:00 p n
Arrives Olalu uu Ciiy.....6:45 p ic
Thr ugh cars and Pullman palac.
sleepers between O lahi.nia < itv
Kansas City, St Louis and Memphis
For rates and other information
call on neaie t Frisco Si stem »gen-
or address the undersigned.
B F Dunn,
Division Passenger Agt.
Investment.—Milwaukee SentlnaL |
Devoured by Worm*.
Children often cry, not from pain,
but from hunger, aitho fed abundan-
tly. The entire trouble arises front
inanition, their food is not assimila-
ted, but devoured by worms. A
few doics of White’s Cream Vermi-
fuge will cause them to cense crying
and begin to thrive at once, very
much to the surprise and joy of the
mothor. C. R. Miller.
Hammocks at actual coat at
tha Navalty Stora.
A few extra copies of th-
Weekly Bell at 5 cents each a
Heintzelmans will sell new, an<
-econd hand furniture and cool
loves on the installment plan
ind the second hand goods us pm
juy. Two doors north of Kerfoo
It’s become quite a fad for pic
nic nnd camping parties to tnk
with them a supply of Pureoxin
the famous distilled water pro
pared by the Henry Schafer mun
ufncturing and bottling works
The water is put up in tive-galloi
carboys and is convenient t<
The office is now ready to r<
ccive more job work. The ru*
for the past six weeks has subs
ded a little.
SHORTEST AND BEST WAY
HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS
lhr World'* faniou* Health Resort.
TWO FAST TRAINS DAILY
Texas, Oklahoma, Indian
Territory and The Weat.
f re* RaciMaa
#• Afl Troloa.
•i u, l______
UIU.M. O. t
* a j*
I aa M«IH tmi
k*/ Mm w mddimm
Take Caro of tho Stomach.
The man or woman whose diges-
tion is perfect and whofe stomach
•erforms its every f inction is never
<ick. Kodol cleanses, purifies and
-weetens the stomach and cures
positively and permanently all
stomach troubles, ind gestion and
dyspepsia. It is the wonderful re-
onstructive Ionic that is making
o many sick people well
a id weak people strong hy convey-
ing t) their bodi sail of the nourish-
nent in the food they eat. Rev. J.
' Hutladay, of Holladsy, Miss ,
-vrites: Kodol has cured me. I eon
ider tt is the best remedy I evi r
u<ed for dyspepsia and stomach
oubles I was given up by phy
dcians. Kodol saved my life Tak*
r after meals. - . It. vijller.
HI* Life Saved by Chamber
Iain's Colic, Cholera and
‘B L Byer a well known coopei
of this town, says he believes cham-
berlaii 'i colic, cholera and Diarr
pjea Remedy saved his life last sun
mer. He had been sick for a mon'l
with what the doctors call biliou
dysentery and loul I get nothing to
do him any g >od until he tried thi
remedy It gave him imineiiate re
lief, ’ says B t Little, merchant
Hancook, Md For sale hy Rhoade>
Railed From rha Death
C. W Landis. “Portor" for th*
Oriental Hotel, Chanute, Kan.
says: “I know what it was to suffei
with neura gi i deed I did, and I
got a bottle of Ballard’s Snow Lin
iment and I was ‘raised from th*
dead’. I tried to get some more bul
before I had ‘deposed’ of my bottle
I whs cured entirely. "I am tellin
de truth," go, &J, and $l.00 at. C. R.
Til001. LAvD I.EASE. ON
>F THE 15 ET QUARTS I
SECTIONS IN I HIS COLINTA
3all at this Office
The finest assortment of cake
ind pies for luncheon, dinner o>
nicnic at Jackson Bros
A Remarkable Record.
chamberlain’s ough Remedy hai
i remarkable rec -rd It has been ii
ise lor over thirty year*, durinp
which timn many million bottler
h tve been sold ind used It hm
oog been the stand ird and mail
relim-ce in the tre itment of crou[
in thousands of homes, yet during
all this time no case has eier been
reported to the manufacturers in
which it failed to effect » cur.
When given as soon as the child be-
comes hoarse or even hs soon as Ibi
zroupv eough appears, it will pre
vent the attack It is pleasant to
tale. Many children like it Rcon-
ains no opium or other harmful
substance and may he given as con-
fidently to a baby as an adult. For
sale by Rhoades A cook
To Architects, Contractors and
Get our prices on wiring before
closing contracts. We are in tha
business solely for the sale of
electricity for light and power
and expect to use all proper means
to encourage the general use of
same. To this end we will fur-
nish all wiring, fixtures, lamps,
motors and supplies at cost.
We thoroughly understand the
business and can advise you as to
the best method of illumination
arrangement of wires, etc.
By becoming responsible for
the proper lighting of any build-
ing we guarantee no slighting ia
lie wiring. Everything will ba
first-class, permanent and proper-
ly designed for the service
We will be glad to confer with
tnyone desiring our services and
promise high-grade work and
trices that defy competition.
El Rkno Light A Power Co
Lowe $ Lowe
’Jooms 21-22-23, Citizens'
National Bank Bldg-.
FI RENO TIME CARDS.
No. I.—Leaves 8:00 a. m.
No. 8.—Leaves 3:10 p. m.
No. 7.—Leaves 7:80 a. m.
No. 2.—Leaves 1:60 a. m.
No. 4.—Leaves 1:10 p. m.
No. 8.—Leaves 9:26p. m.
W. O. Shaker,
Texas Vestlbuled Express 12:25 s ns
Texas Fast Express............12:20 p ra
No 85------------------—_— .......8:25 p ns
Lawton Express ____________________7:00 a m
Local Freight_______________________4:15 p ra
Chicago Vestlbulod Express 4:00sm
K C A Eastern Express...... 3:35 p ia
No M ..................................... 7:37 am
Arrives from Ijiwton ...... 8:80 pi*
Local Freight............8:00 a ia
32N B. Nos 86 and 86 and looal
freights daily except Sunday.
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Simpson, E. J. El Reno Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, September 12, 1902, newspaper, September 12, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc912036/m1/4/: accessed December 11, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.