El Reno Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 135, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 30, 1902 Page: 2 of 4
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EL RENO EVENING BELL
EL RENO SUPPER:BELL.
Daily, jtar annum, mailed.. £l-<l"
“ six months, “ aL.M1
“ UIM* “ “
“ week, delivered.. It*
Weekly, j>er annum........ • •
“ nix months......... A'
fitumi K SiTTON, Mnnatffr
Kick! The Bell wants you to
kick If you don't get the Bell.
K1 Ketio proposes to have L*h'
“Kut.v" and (iuthrie i» her ftieiul
in the enterprise, St»t<> Capital.
Senators Sjaioner and I iliman
quarrel like Hillings}fate tish-
women. They should be nentW*
and courteous, like netvspa|>er
The lWll's red hot friend says:
the Hell is too jfreen to burn.
Well, the other fellow is dry en-
ough to make a fair average; and
he'll sure ntiff burn.
The news from Washington is
very favorable to statehood. The
indications are tine for immediate
statehood free front entangle-
ments with the Indian territory.
Let statehood come at once.
Statehood for (Iklahoma.
Wichita is making big prepara-
tions for the cattlemen's conven-
tion February lltli, 12thand 13th.
The 11th w ill Ik* Oklahoma day,
and the territory will be on hand
ip large and juicy number. Tem-
ple Houston has been chosen by
the general committee as orator
of the day, No better selection
could have bean made.
John II. Dillon of Geary, Bla-
ine county, will succeed C. IN'.
Rnmbo as territorial treasure
April 1. Title statement comes
from a semi-official source, and is
believed to be reliable. Gover-
nor Ferguson is snid to huvo a
high regard for Treasurer Rambo,
but he is under personal obliga-
tions to Dillon for political assist-
ance in times past, and he would
be unable to refuse any request
for office that Dillon might make.
It is said that Kambo may be
given another position, but this is
In attendance upon the District
Court are two pieces of most ex-
cellent Democratic timber:
Temple Houston and John Harri-
son. Should the nomination fall
to either the party would have a
winner. The friends of Mr.
Harrison are enthusiastic for his
nomination; and the senator is in
a receptive mood. The friends of
Col. Houston are no less enthusi-
astic for the Woodward stateman
and territorial orator; but thus
far the colonel has not consented
to the use of his name; but there's
no telling what may happen before
the “robins nest again.
Another Electric Light Co.
This morning an acceptance of
the electric light franchise was ac-
cepted by J. H. Newton of El
Reno and George H. Loving and
John M. Scott of Ft. Worth. Mr.
Newton says the company will
begin work at once.
Kngli'h walnuts, almonds etc.
Iri sh and nice at
Alexander Cooper will lecture
tonight at the M. K. Church,
llis lecture last night was very:
interesting. A large crowd should
greet him this evening.
Has won for otr lions*- tir-t place in the hearts of the people. We aim to always give the very
iiest goods for the nune y. Tlii- i- tin* way we have built up our mammoth business. Our sales ex-
ceial tlmt of any former yean* by thousands. Honest Goods, Honest Clerks. Honest Advertising. 1 he
merehaat who will deceive tic public in an advert Hen lent wilpdeeeive tjie same in his place of business. I
Wt . i ; i - rt to that old thread worn trick (as if .practiced by some), of marking goods up 40 ....... . . . _ .
-r cent ibove the regular selling price, an that they are selling you a $4.00 article fo*|f Jp p W PPl/ IVI flPP
tt.00; or giving you .NO per mat off. Don't you for ifce believe sueh advertisers. ! N/ I1U II OOt\ 1 1U1 ui
NN hen we tell yoo that we give you 40 per rent discount off the regular price. I'll A I l'*.11^1
vVIIAT J I MEANS, mid ever, merchant knows tlmt we an giving the customers the lion - share of the
EUR?, CLOAKS, SKIRTS, TAILOR SUITS. FLANNELETTE GOWNS AND WRAPPERS,
WOMEN AND CHILDREN S WOOL UNDERWEAR, OUTING Fi.ANNtLS, FASCINm-
TORS AND HOODS, BLEACHED TABLE LINtN AND NAPKINS, BLANKETS,
FELT-LINED SHOES, OV/ERCOATB, HEAVY SUITS FOR MEN, BOYS
AND CH! LOREN, 3ENS AND BOYS' UNDERWEAR, GLOVES AND
MITTENS, CAPS, FLANNELETTE GOWNS, OVERSHOES,
If yu*j buy any one of th ■ articles in this list an 1 t!i ■
call their attention right then and there.
clerks f.irgct to give you the 2'1 per cent off
GROWE MERCANTILE COMPANY'S STORE
113 and 114 North Bickford Avenue
Consider yourself cordially in-
vited to bo present at the cor-
rectly constructed and consider-
ately combined calico carnival to
be held at the residence of Mrs.
11. il. Wynne, Thursday evening,
February 6th. Admission 15
Conspicuous courses served in
confused compactness; one con-
glomerated compound circle.
Two cold cuts. One cup of com-
municative cordial (containing no
Harms Bros. New Rooms Now
The Harms Bros billiard parlors
are now open with Slant Jackson
in charge. The billiard hall i>
entierly separate from the saloon
and wine rooms; and is fitted up
Jan. 11. l9ol, I
$2.00 Men's Shoes
$10 Suits for $5.
$1 Shirts for5oc.
in the very best style,
pool tables are used. Ix>vers of I
vice and best treatment.
chickory) or one cup «i Chinese the game are assured of good ser-
cheer, one eider cured cucumber
and one cup of cold comfort.
Rules and regulations. All ladies
to wear a calico gown; all gentle-
men to wear a calico tie. Finos
will he imposed for the following:
Any lady who fails to wear a
calico gown, 10 cents; aijy gentle-
man who fails to wearti calico tie,
1’. S. There will he for sale
cheap cunning calico conveniences
that will be a constant comfort.
N. B. Any person who sits in a
corner and refuses to converse,
will be lined 5 cents. A love
The Hebikaks cordially invite
the publick to attend their Tacky
party to be held in their hall. Fri-
day evening, January 31, 1902.
Conte dressed in the tackiest of
your tacky clothes. Ye will find
other tackies there. A prize of a
hand kerchief will be given to the
tackiest gentleman and one to the
tackiest ladye. Refreshments in
the waye of popeoi n and water
will be served and a nice program
will be arranged. Admittance 10
be related in musical! cents. The Rebikakas will bring
Eggs 20 cents per dozen at Chi
eago Racket, 102 S. Bickford.
Ed. Becker of the El Reno Mat-
tress Co. at No. 314 S. Evans ave.
is prepared to do all kind of up-
holstering. New mattresses made
to order, and old ones made over.
GREAT ROCK ISLAND.
One fare for the round trip to
Lawton on account of the grand
conclave K. of P., Feb. 7. Tick-
ets on sale Feb. 5th and 6th. Re-
turn limit Fob. 7.
Mince meat 3 lbs. for 25c. Chi-
cago Racket, 102 S. Bickford.
The Dux, the best$3.50 shoe on
earth for men.
FRIEND A. BLEVINS.
Get n pair of those £3.50 or £4
trousers while they are going at
£2.50. On account of our in-
creased tailoring business we are
closing out ready made pants.
FRIEND 4. BLEVINS.
popcorn and plenty of it.
By Okdf.r of Com.
Mrs. II. L. Wick. Chairman.
The Minton Jewelry Co.
NVishes to announce to those who
are still in doubt as to whether
the dinner set was given away or
not cun be relieved by calling on
Mr. Hornada.v, room No. 9. land
office building, who held the
GRAIN AND STOCKS.
May wheat closed today 7>1
May wheat closed yesterday 7sl
May corn closed today at 63
May corn closed yesterday 62}
Wheat opened at7si-9;high 79i;
low 7s 5.
Corn opened 623-i; high 63}:
low 62 j.
Heart is your undershirt. It only-
costs 50 cents to be warm hearted
when you buy underwear at
First Published January 2ikb. 19o2.
We have secured the services of
Fred Bushe v to take charge of our
().\ ster Parlor
For family use in numberless ways
Kiijlard's Snow Liniment is a use-
ful and valuable remedv. Price, 25
and 50 cents. Alt' K. Slillers
Notice is hereby given that by-
virtue of an order of sale made by
the probate court, of Canadian
county, Oklahoma Teeritory. on the
27th uay of January, 1902, the under-
signed guardian of the estate of .1
14. Pickel. a minor, will, on or after
the 5th day of February. 1902, sell
at private -ale. far cash, tin real es- ( l cfore serving,
tatc of -aid minor, situati d in Cana-
di n .•ounty. Territory of Oklahoma. | FOR THE MAN ON THE
Extraordinary Thluga Set Forth In •
Marvelous Hook by a Plotur-
Once upon a time—to be more pre-
cise, in the latter part of the eighteenth
centitry—there lived a worthy Connec-
ticut divine named Rev. Samuel Peters,
says B. J. Hendrick, in Leslie's Month-
ly. Peters was a picturesque person-
age in his way, but his fame rests en-
tirely upon the fact that he wrote a
book. This is one of the most marvel-
ous works ever issued from the press,
it was Mr. Peters, for example, who
first discovered, and made known to
the world, that the founder of Yale
college was a Rev. Thomas Peters, evis
Li n- v one of his own ancestors; that
at Bellows Falls the water flowed so
fa>t that it became as hard as marble,
making it possible to float a crowbar
upon it; that two most marvelous
quadrupeds, the “w happermotker”
and the “cuba” (evidently the ances-
tors of the jabberwock) roamed wild
in the Connecticut forests; and it is
also front Mr. Peters that we first
learn of the famous incursion of the
Windham frogs. But it was in the
early jurisprudence of Connects t
that this expatriate made his most in-
teresting discoveries. He informed
his English readers and most of them
believe the story devoutly to this day
—that the citizens of the state tiers
forbidden by law to make mince pies,
to pla v on any instrument of music ex-
cept the drum, trumpet or Jew-sharp,
and that every male must have his hair
cut round, “according to a cap"—the
model preferably being the hard shell
of a pumpkin. In other words, Mr.
Peters was the original promulgator
of the Connecticut “blue laws;" and
his fame as the inventor of many of
them is secure.
INVALIDS WHO LIVE ON MILK.
A Small Colony of Persona on 1 hlmbl®
Islands, OfY the Connect i-
HOUSEHOLD HELPS AND HINTS
wood, glass or
HAVE YOU HORSES?
If you have, you want them
cared for and properly attended
to. In the matter of horse-
shoeing tin' greatest care and
skill should he employed.
El Reno is fortunate in having
an establishment which gives its
entire and exclusive attention to
I horse-shoeing. \V. A. Tobey
j (formerly King & Tobey) is pro-
i prietor of the shops, and horse-
j shoeing is done scientifically ar-
J tistically and skillfully s.nd all
; work receives M>- Tobey'- per-
, sonal attention.
R. C. MORROW
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING.
Hats, Furnishings, Notions,
Wail Paper, Window 'Shades.
Keep vinegar in
granite iron ware.
A queer little contrivance shown in
house-furnishing stores is a machine
for making ice cream sandwiches.
Lard for pastry should be hard, so
it ean be eut with a knife. It should
be cut through the flour, not rubbed.
Lamp chimneys, if placed over the
fire, immersed in cold water, which il
gradually brought to the boiling
point, will not crack so readily.
The juice from fruit pies nil! not
run out in baking if a small roll of
stiff white paper is inserted through
the crust, in an upright position,
when the pies are put into the oven.------ ■ . ■ ... ---
The tube nets as a vent for the steam.
To salt almonds, first blanch by A I”']-,,-,.,
pouring over them boiling water, LllctllLL
then spread on a smooth baking tin. , , - ,
add a few small pieces of butter and I ft * V. M IIP \ I AUPV
stand in the oven until nicely 1 ' ’ WO. V C i>lvHlL \
browned, then dust with dried salt
and stand away to cool.
One of the best of sauces for cold January Clearance Sale at Cost
meat is horseradish sauce. It may
There is a colony of invalids oa
Thimble islands, off Bramford, Conn.,
who have quit eating, and are partak-
ing of a new cure—plain milk. It is
said to have effected two remarkable
cures—one a case which Scientists
were unable to cope with. There are
nine in the colony, and each individual
declares himself greatly benefited by
the remedy, says a New Haven corre-
spondent of the Chicago Tribune.
As far as can be learned, Philip II.
Robinson, register of the Catholic uni.
versity, at Washington, D. C.,formerly
of New Haven, is the discoverer of the
medical properties of milk. Mr. Rob-
inson has suffered a great many years
with a nervous disease which special-
ists have been unable to benefit. Be.
cause, ns he says, he was tired of every-
thing, including eating, he determined
a little more than a month ago to fore-
1 go solid food and live on milk. The suc-
cess of his experiment has tmore thaa
surprised him. In the month that La
has lived without solid food of any
kind he has gained eight pounds in
weight and his nervous disease has dis-
appeared. He drinks ten quarts a day,
a glass at a time, at intervals of half
an hour. He declres that he will never
Another disciple of the milk cure s
Camilltts H. Oatman. professor at Wil-
| liams’college. He suffered with chron-
ic kidney trouble, was induced by Frof,
i Robinson to try milk, and, having
gained six pounds in weight, believn
Will rent folding chairs and
tables; but positively nothing
be made quite simply, using only the
horseradish, vinegar, cream and, of
course, the indispensable sal* and
pepper. Mix well together three ta-
blespoonfuls of grated horseradish,
ore tablespoonful of vinegar, one*
fourth ten*poonful of sftH end eitb-*
Cayenne or paprica. Whip one-half
cupful of cream until it is stiff and
m \ it with the othtr ingredients just
describe d a** follows
An undivided one-fifth inter in !
the south half of the sout Invest quar- 1
ter: the northeast quarter of the!
southwest quarter ami the lot num-
bered five *'» of section fourteen 14
township twelve 12, north of range
six t*. west of the Indian Meridian,
in Oklahoma Territory, containing
one hundred and seventy-one and
fifty hundredth 17150 acres; and;
lots numbered three and four 4 of
section twehe 12 and lot numbered \
eight Hof section thirteen in town-;
ship twelve 12 north of range No. j
Three now railway lines are pro-
jected in Turkey.
One million mi!es is the “length”
of an American locomotive’s life.
One of the minor expenses of a
1° ‘“motive is 100 gallons of lubricat-
ing oil a year.
1 ie auditors of a great railroad
sy>*em have posted notices to the
effect thnt users of cigarettes would
n *it be emp!' yed in i■-ttt department.
Tlie railway ofliem/s of Prussia
Winter Underwear, Cleaks and
See our New Muslin Under-
HARRY S. GUXDRY St CO
110 SouthllRock IslandlAve.
EL RENO, O. T
nix ti tvi -t of Indian M> t iilinn in have been try n • a .hoi lamps in
Oklahoma Territory containing ; competition with time burning ncet-
I !',‘Xenty luindrt-th I ylene. but on acoonnt of the unplea*.
BidTand offers to buy will be r,J <>'lor emitted by the former they
j ceived at the residence o»* the under- uot use<*_____
Whosoever has suffered from piles i signed guardian at Fri-co. o l\. «»r vetifn* nim mKht.
know, how painful and ,nmidi-smim | r'T.'.Vt*!’f UiV.i‘.’-’.VViV,t "mii'i'V- ,-;V’‘-r^ ' »* »
they are 1 abler * Buckeye Pile Witness my hand tut- tilth day of '™rkabh m know t g I » to ...k.
Ointment is guaranteed to cure piles ! January, ltkrj. ’ | She—That's all you know about it.
rone sending n sketch and description m
• ascertain our opt man fre" i-notl<r
ts probably pstentalde. • ••mrouni
•tlyeonOilei :la!. Handb. okt n
it free. Oldest____
'.•items taken thrf.iiih Mur.n l
r; rtat n ttUs, wit hout ch arge, tn t *
Price SO cents in bottles,
cents At C. R. Miller.
There It evcrytl ■ iking ol
hash.- CLii ago Daily News.
*t agem r f. ,r pe
ii thr ;ik'h Mur
It hout charge, 1
A handaom.-ly Illustrated weekly. I.nreeet clr-
c’i'h’i n ->f any pcientitir Journal. Torn * . a
yc-ir: four n. ‘-itbs. |L Sold byu!l t .*»stie:tk'r«.
MUNN & Co.3e,Bro»d—»New fork
fcranch Office. G2o F SU Washington, D. u
RECULARS NOT SUPERIOR.
Modern Methoiln of Warfare Mnk«
Cltlr.ea Soldier* Equal to
In an interview in the London Maii
cn the military situation in France,
M. de Bloch says the lessons of the
Transvaal war are that the methods
of warfare hitherto employed have
become obsolete «»nd impossible; that
professional soldiers no longer pos-
sess their former superiority over civ-
ilians transformed into soldiers; that,
on the contrary, the intelligent citi-
zen possesses more initiative and in-
dependent action. The soldier's pres-
ent training is almost useless ou th«
battlefield. The lioers, who are sim-
ply peasants, have proved excellent
«<»ldiers. Even in the British army
the colonial troops and the Yeomanry
were equal to the regulars.
Just as Plevna was a revelation
from the point of view of defensive
tactics, so the Transvaal campaign
has demonstrated that in future wars
at every step there will be I'levnas,
for the defense of which soldiers who
• re only good marksmen will suffice.
Evan for the offensive warfare the
experience of England tends to tho
conclusion that seven months’ train-
ing for artillery and a few months
for infantry are quite enough. As to
the cavalry, all training is useless,.
• ince, according to Col. Henderson,
“the small bore and smokeless pow-
der have destroyed the last vestige
of the traditional role of cavalry*
Cavalry armed, trained and equipped
• as the cavalry of the continent is a#
obsolete as the Crusaders.”
On the Amazon river several Indian
tribes use snuff, called pareca, which is
made of the seeds of a species of plant.
When a bout of snuff-taking is deter-
mined on the people become highly in-
effect of pareca is so violent that th®
taker drops as if shot and lies insen-
sible fur some tinu; those more ac-
1 eustomed to it are highly excited, danc-
ing and sir.”ing as if mad. Thecff rt
i soon subs!i - s. Other tribes use it to
repel ague during the wet season.
From tlir Animalm* Point of Virrr.
Now, fur instance, is not a ga»me pre-
, serve w 91 ly 1 am d ? asks : he CM-
: cago Pecord-Herald. The poor ani-
1 dials are in a sad pickle.
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Simpson, E. J. El Reno Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 135, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 30, 1902, newspaper, January 30, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc912246/m1/2/: accessed October 22, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.