El Reno Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 205, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 22, 1902 Page: 1 of 4
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ElReno Evening Belt.:
EL RENO, OKLAHOMA. APRIL 22. 1902.
Another wagon to haul away
People will “some way"’
trade where they get bargains.
A Noted Artist Ccming. K:>. Bki.i.: In the interest of
Leonora Jackson, the di-ting- trut 1, honesty and fair pln.v, we
Vote ans ofthe Confederacy.
Dallas, Texas, April 23.—Vet-,
era ns who have attended all form-' nished violinist, who has created the undersigned oouncilm «n of
er githeiings of the kind estimate |-u. h a furore in Kurope the past the city of El K *n > d ‘sire it
that the attendance at the present threeyeais, whose brilliant Ameri- known that the statement pub-
reunion of Confederate Veteran* can tour of ltll eoueerts last sea-, Ii-lied in the Democrat of this
the largest since the famous son attracted wide attention, is city, to tin effect tint Chief of
coming to El ltcim, April 80. Police Roharo refused to leave
As a child a phenomenon, she the council chamber din ing an
was sent abroad some years ago executive session is absolutely
4 Cans Jumbo Baked Beans.,25c
Fancy ovap. apples per lb... 10c
4 ibs Soda crackers.........25e
Fancy toilet soap per box... 15c
C Ibs bulk oat meal.........25c
1 |b seedless raisins........10c
1 lb pure maple sugar......15c
tl Bennett & Grose
212 So. R. I. Ave. Phone 88
organization was formed at Jack-
son a decade ago. During the
past forty-eight hours train nf or
train has pouted its load of visit-
ors into the city until the hotels,
streets and other public places are
tilled to overflowing. It is due
only to the thorough way in
which th > various local committees
did their work that the great
crowds are being handled admir-
ably. Despite the countless num-
ber of visitors everyone of them
Rust Proof Oata.
The genuine Texas red rust-
proof oats for sale at J. E. Jones
Miss Anna M. Robards
Special invitation to call is
Extended ladies of El Reno.
Rooms 1 and 2,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Cl Reno - - - - Oklahoma
Fancy candies, imported, do-
mestic and home ninde at
Remember Your Eyes.
Wt mike no charge tor examination,
We maki perfect corrections
In all deformities of sight.and
and successfully treat all
Neura'gias and Headaches
prccseding from feeble eyes
cr-r-orsin visions, such as
as well as simple comoound
ond mixed astigmatism.
assured of plenty to eut and
place to sleep during his stay in
the city. The presence of the
sponsors and other fair visitors
lends a gaity to the gathering
which the absence of the tens of
thousands of veterans who have
gone before cannot overshow.
With flags (lying and banners wav
ing in the warm breeze, with band-
playing at every turn and with the
homes of the citizens thrown open
for the entertainment of the visit-
ors it is not to be wondered that
the spirit of good-fellowship reigns
supreme. Preliminary business
and the reception of visitors oc
cupied the day. There were
parades, brigade reunions, recep-
tions in honor of the distinquished
visitors and innumerable other
features to prevent the time hang-
ing heavily on the hands of the
veterans. Tomorrow the business
of the reunion will commence in
by (Jeo. M. Pit limn and others.
Her career ta Europe has been one
si ries of triumphs. She has play
ed before the Herman Empress.
Queen Victoria, King Oscar of
Sweden, and other crowned heads.
The Prussian Government a-
warded her the Mendelssohn State
Prize at Berlin. Paris, Berlin,
London have hailed her as the
greatest lady violinist.
Secure seats at Fitehen & Morse
drug store, beginning Saturday
Miss MarthaMulkarcn is among
the many new students now en-
rolled at the El lieno business
The ice cream parlors at Ger-
rers are still the popular resort
for all lovers of pure cream and
A Wedding Present
A Birchday Present
An Engagement Ring
Or Wedding Stationery
Or Visiting Cards.
The value of Spectacles de-
pends upon the skill ofthe
one who fits them. Ifyour
eyes are failing nave them
properly fitted by.....
BARNHILL The Optician
R. C. MORROW
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING
Hats, Furnishings, Notions,
Wall Paper, Window Shades
IN THE SPRING
The young man’s fancy lightly
turns to thoughts of shirts All
the spring styles at
For selling correct things for
men’s wear is the keynote of our
steadily increasing business. Good
I judgment in buying correct styles
and selling at the lowest prices
induce wise buyers to trade at
“The Progress "
Indiana Repub icans Gather'
Indianapolis, Ind., April 22—
The Republican state convention
will begin its sessions in Tomlin-
son Hall tomorrow afternoon,
and today the lobbies of the prin-
cipal hotels are scenes of political
activity, particularly that of the
Denison where the candidates
have their headquarters. The
delegates alone will number nearly
1,700 and with the alternates and
other visitors an enormous crowd
is expected to be on hand. Near-
ly all the members of the Indiana
delegation in Congress are, here
taking an active part in the pre-
convention campaign. Indiana
does not elect a Governor this
year, hut does elect nearly all the
other state officers, including sec-
retary of state, auditor, treasurer,
attorney general, clerk of the
supreme court and superintend-
ent of public instruction.
Our supplv of tho above is un-
limited aa we carry a large stock
of the beat goods that are on the
Our stock of 18k Wedding
Rings is complete. We can
make your ring right here in our
shop if you prefer. Engraved
dial ing Cards, wedding and so-
ciety stationery on short notice,
so don't sendawayas wedupli-
cite pr ces and s^ve you postage
THE MINTON JEWELRY CO
On'y Exclusive Jewelry Fa-
tah ishmentin El Reno.
false. On the contrary, the
O-iuneil was called to order, all
members present, and on motion
of Longmire and Streams council
went into executive session. The
Chief of Police requested permis-
sion of councilmen to remain ow-
ing Ur the fact that the council was
called for the purpose of reorga-
nizing the police force, lie stilted
that if they objected to his pres
ence- or desired him to leave he
would do so. Each and every
councilman spoke for himself and
stated he had no objection to his
remaining. In fact no one ob-
jected except the mayor, and we
wish it known that there would
have been no trouble had ill
mayor attended to his own busi-
ness and not interfered with the
affairs of the council. In fact the
mayor did all the talking himself
and created all the disturbance
that prevailed; and wo regret that
it becomes our duty to make this
statement, and only do so that the
public be undeceived and the truth
G. L. Godfrey,
J. M. Bennett,
W. K. Roberts,
Jas. G. Sackktt.
Rev. .In > IV. Hedges will make
a trip toCulifornia; starting soul -
time this week. Mr. Hedges is
si years of age, tmt strong and
vigorous, lie’ll visit his duught
er, Mrs. Matzke, wife of
Prof. John M it/.kc of the St in-
fold University. E. Roy tSinip-
son \\ ill go with him.
A few maps of the new coun-
try for sale, at Bell office at loc
A fine little picture at 60 con's
per dozen, good finish, 1‘hoto
We Want '
Please report to Mr. Shuivatthe
Wells-Furgo express office as to
the number of acres you’ve plant-
ed in eanteloups this year. This
information is for your benefit.
Mound City Paint
Is always spelled with a big
If you need to repair an engini
the El Reno Foundry & Mach
ine Co. will do the best work
F W. Bruchmann
221 South R. I. Ave., FI Reno
We of er you FREE this com-
binetion Roaster and Bread-
baking Han tor ycurpatron.
age. This is a very useful
article, s-> much prized by
every fousrwite. Wc give
you tickets to the amount of
each cash purchase, aid
when your purchases, as
shown by your tenets,
amount to fi'ty dollars, wo
give you the pan for the
W. F. McGraMCo
PURE FOOD GROCERS
Phone 80. Prompt Delivery.
For Ssle by
LONG BELL LUMBER CO.
WE GIVE YOU FITS
Tho only medicine you will
need is one of our $15 suits.
You’ll be fit well.
Size pictures in the
good finish, $1.00 per
Ry, Photo Car
Nobby Spring suits, $7.50 to
515. They tit.
The Novelty Stors has just
• eceived a fine line of room
One 2-year old short horn bull, I
-Several Heifers; brood sows and |
Who Needs a Watch?
We have some special bar-
gains in watches. Before
purchasing call and investi-
gate. It will pay you when
A dollar saved is two
earned. We save it for you
in watches, jewelry, clocks,
silverware, hand pointed
china and musical instru-
Did you ever miss your
train just because your watch
was not keeping time correct-
ly? Most of us have, and it
is very annoying.
We can fix up your old one,
or sell you a new one.
109 NORTH BICKFORD AVE.
The Ladies’Aid Society of the ......... .....i.xvn IjMI’IH \)\J n'Pniill
Baptist Church will give an ice shoats and 3-miloh cows and young J Njjj} M (J.llj
cream social next Tuesday evening, jenlves. See S. G. Humphreys, I
April 22., at the church from 7 to Ivor foot Hotel.
10:30 o'clock. Those who promis-1 ~ ,
W hen you want a good suh-
*d cakes will please bring them to! stantm| Well fitted shoe, go to
the church Tuesday afternoon. j Rederson's Shop, Opposite Fire
y ' ; Bell.
The W. C. T. U. will give an
entertainment at opera house Maj
10, for the benefit of the Y. M.C
A. The entertainment will con
sist of n matrons’ contest, oh
fashioned spelling bee and othei
pleasing features. It promises t<
be a pleasant affair.
The Cooking club will have a
called meeting at the home of
Miss Anna Roberts Wednesday
afternoon at 3 o’clock. Mombcr-
urgered to be present. Very ini
An i unco of prevention is worth »
pound of cure, ami a bottle of lint
lard's Horehound Syrup lived ii
time is worth a stall of physician*
with a drug store or two included
Price 25 and 50 cents. C. R. Miller
After a pleasant visit with het
daughter Miss Marlys, who is at
school in Indianapolis, Mrs. Geo.
Smith is home again, and consequ-
ently George is looking happy.
Who said Dock had quit tin
laundry business? Did you see
that arm load of bundles this
morning. Dock represents tin
El Reno steam laundry, and guar-
antees the best service. Doc
Creel, the Bundle Grabber.
Everything in season at the
Creamery Cafe. Open the year
Joe K. IIeim Prop.
Shepherd Dog. ' Advance purchasers of tickets
Lost, on Saturday, April 12. for tile Leonora Jackson concert
■.vest of El Reno, m.v shepherd
log. Description: Color reddish,
will have Thursday and Friday to
reserve their ticl e s, after v, hick
the board will be open to tho
ittle white in breast. Reward for
information leading to his secov-
•ry. 1. Cutrioht. i___
lukon.O. I. Leonora J .ekson Concert
The negro who was shot yester- Those who were instrumental
lay while in the act of resisting J in bringing Miss Jackson here by
the city officers is reported as .purchasing advance tickets will
having eaten a hearty breakfast have Thursday and Friday to ro-
this morning. It is said it will serve their seats. After that tho
not be long until lie has fully re- j board will be open to the general
covered. | public. The advance tickets will
Most of the men about town he delivered to you in time to
who arc democrats and much in- present them at the Fitsclmn &
terested in politics are in attend- j Morse drug store.
ance at the great pow- wow at Enid .
Contests and Filings.
L°du.'• j Are, now up-to-date, and will
Sorghum seed, kuflir corn and j)(, published regularly in the Bell,
nillet seed for sale at J. E. Jones | The daily per month mailed 5o
feed store, corner Wade and cents.
lee Cream at Jackson Bros.
DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY
Don’t pay for labels Don’t be
swindled; Don’t pay $3,50 for
"W alk-Over shoes when we sell
the same slices, with or without
Libels for $3 Other shoes pro-
portionately cheap All new
“The Progress. ’’
Justin—nobby line straw hats,
L5c to $7.50.
Star C lothlers
GET A MOVE ON YOU.
And return my post-hole dig-
ger. I need it. Oblige, Georgo
Apples at Jackson Bros.
Rhone 212 or phone 85 will call
up the Troy Laundry.
Those fancy apples received to-
day at Jackson Bros.
Nice Black Dirt.
Several hundred wagon load*
I for sale ill 25 cents a load. Sao
1W. 11. Gresham.
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Simpson, E. J. El Reno Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 205, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 22, 1902, newspaper, April 22, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc912322/m1/1/: accessed November 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.