El Reno Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 205, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 22, 1902 Page: 2 of 4
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UhtMO EVENING BELL
EL RENO SUPPER BELL.
Daily, per annum, mailed.. .$4.00
“ six months, “ ... 2.50
“ one “ “ ... 50
“ week, delivered.. 10
1 month delivered.. 25
Weekly, per annum........ 75
“ six months......... 6u
Kick! The Dell wants you to
kick If you don't g-*t the Sell.
O > 11 h - m a Thirteen Ye» s Old.
It was thirteen yi ais afto t alny
that the first installment of Indian
lands was opened to white set-
tlers. First, a small tra t of
2,000,000 acres. In
181(0, the Sue and F< x, Iown, Pat-
tawutoniiu reservations, embr ic-
ing 1,282,431 acres in the Eastern
part of the territory, werethmwn
open to settlement, and the fol-
lowing spring the Arapahoe
and Cheyenne lands of nearly
5,00 ‘,000 acres were added. In
1800 canto the opening of the
Cherokee Outlet, with its (1,014.-
230 fertile acres. In 1805 the
Kicks pm. Reservation of 200.002
acres, and early in ls9ii Greer
County, a small empire in itself,
was added by a decision of tin1
Supreme Court <>f the United
States, giving the territory its
present settled area of something
over 11),1*00,000 acres. There are
now twenty-three organized coun-
ties, e.nd the population today is
over 500,000. When Oklahoma
was born only one railroad travers-
ed the Territory. Now there are
a dozen completed or in an adv-
anced stage of construction.
113 and 114
To Architects, Contractor* ano
WI,Ht mi, competitors don't like to do is to "Go away back and .-at, down. Hut that is the trim
pisitniM when it comes to good relnihle merehuudising, They are ,...| ,
Scptcmlier, .,l|'r"t , ()."r ” hoi** amt and study is to give the people the VKR V RES1' goods, manufacturers of
world products at prices consistent with goinl values . ium is oi
& ■ •» I T- m-rit their trade by honest, upright dialing h evc-ythi 11
the others. courteous trealm mt of all classes, consider,,; ■ one man'-, dollar just us good as
Sjiii • of this week's arrivals have been:
For which we haven well-deserved reputation. These reputabl......oD are made bv the Handles
Maniifiietm mg ( o.. and every yard of goods is shrunk before nuking, ............ ;t perfect iti
me.1t. fvrtrn Ilk) tlnij Cjuat *1, *1.50, *.\ *! and up to $lo. a ih nu mung gai
S H Id T WAISTS
line Of E"1' ,m,,Pr"" ........... in ,I:lil-v- This week a beautiful
n ot lhL GIBSON waists in the desirable linen and -ilk . s. . alv ,,ia.-,.d on sale.
DRESS SKIRT I ,(>.
is very large, embracing all the popular weaves and colorings known to the
All the new linen and white and blind; effects wide!, are deserve By popular. They are pretty.
It's up against, you, and you will undoubtedl v need a Carnet It,,,, • T .
"w-Siing wamul'iJn: CUUMt,'r,,an,'S' ruad’v*mi*d'0 ^ ' > ", ami ' .vm‘ mber y .mum g't
Grip’^h'^and !'■verj"hiZ in IGy aiOMiS VC' '^d ^* ' st
Get our prices on wiring before
closing contracts. We are in the1
business solely for the sale of
electricity for light and power
and expeet to use all proper means
to encourage the general use of
same. To this end we will fur-
nish nil wiring, fixtures, lamps,
motors and supplies at, cost.
We 'hornughly understand the
business and can advise you as to
the best method of illumination
arrangement of wires, etc.
It.v becoming responsible for
the proper lighting of any build-
ling wi* guarantee no slighting in
j the wiring. Everything will tie
I first-, lass, permanent and proper-
ly designed for the service re-
W e will be glnd to confer with
anyone desiring our services tirid'
promise high-grade work and
prices that defy competition.
Ex. Hi'vo Light & Power Co
One fare plus $2 to Ashville,
N. C, May o, j and 7. Return
limit June 2, via the Hock Island.
$11.25 to I>mlias, Tex., and re-
turn. May 4 and 5. Retun limit
Juno 7. via the Rock Island. .
•'S.\’.> to IhiUtm, Tex., and re-
turn Apr I lit, 20 and 21. An-
nual ieunion l nited Confederate
\ cteians. He1 urn limit May 15,
via the Rod; Island.
White’s Cream Vermifuge not
only effectually destroys worms, it
also in,‘reason the appetl e aids as-
s mi La* ton and transforms a fraii in-
fant into one of robust health. Price ■
25 cents C. K. Miller.
Liberty a diool has dosed nfier
a Mieees-ful (enn of five months.
Ti e tendn r Miss Kathryn Mnlkn-
ren is among the many Canadian
county teachers that have secured
a spring term iri the new countrv.
: Mr. and Mrs. It. S. Trulock
and Mis. Johnson (Mrs. Trulock'.-
htolher) tinted Weatherford yes-
Gocd Weights, Good Messure
There has never been any com-
plaint about good weights and
honest measurement at the Chi-
cago backet. M e specially invite
our customers to weigh and mea-
®ui e after us. \\ o don't cut our
ffoed* I clew cost and then give
you scant weights and measure
ments to make it up. When
you buy a pound of us you get
pound, or a bushel you get a bush-
el, or a yard, you get a y ard.
Neither do wo buy cheap shoddy
good* to meet competition with.
Our goods are just what we re
commend them. If they are higl
grade we will tell you so, or if
they are low grade, we will tell.
Your child can get the same honest
bargain at our store that you can.
First door south of First National
Rank on Rickford avenue.
Ib\ Scott s Peruvian Headache
and l ever Ponders cure head-
ache, lever, muriilgiu, restless-
ness and insomnia. For saleut
drug stores; price 50e.
' IJoii.tzelinans will sell now, and
sec< nd hand furniture and cook
stoves on the installment plan,
and the second hand goods as pi,it
r1' • Two doors north of Kei ft ot
Lr. 8rott’s Camphorated Black-
lei iy (mdiul, considered mi ii-
fallible cure for dial lime, riysci-
tfry, l ux and clmleia niojbai.
Me i re (old it has -lived maty
lives. A» drugstores: piico6U.
Our line of these
J. Ii- K HR KICK
s- c / o \
C '' ' s
' fie Swiss, Tari-
Paris Muslin, line
Olllpe open day and night.
Picture frilling and mats cutt, 1
All work done neatly and promptly |
sian Law.i, l!.iti-t
WJiit'7: Fans - Elose
Bargains! Barg ins! Bargains!
. ■ <i (i cents.
•ii :: r dr (roods
’> "is ■ “ toil walking
Corner H. I. Ave end Russell St.
> ttihp'ideri s, -
Short leng'llts m
A fi*W It] ore i
skirts at half j>
Harry S. G
‘ 8------/ v____ _______
o' / O
- . ' : \ /°\ >0 I
1 ou can have your mirrors re-
phited, any size, at lit] W, Wood-
son. Giitilius et C ark have put
in tables and are ready for busi-
ness. Mr. Clark Ims hud 10 years
experience in repluting. All
O. L. RICHARDS
Still pays the highest price for
second hand goods, 205 S. Hook
To euro SICK. HFA’JACHE,
HABITUAL CONST! PAT ION,
' •vd r i! <tl.*o03es erfslng from In-
’ . ' c Ion. Th y will purify your
blood end make yourcon-.ptealon
as PAIR AS A LILY. They ore
aslatln coated. SEICE 25 CENTS.
Most women with female weak lies-
suffer dreadfully from idles in <|.
IiMon to their'other pains They
may he cured by iisin^r Talder’f
Knckeye I’pe Ointment. Price r,(
teats in bottles, tubes 75cents.’ i
In addition to the Rock Island’s
fast through train, No. 2, which
leaves El Reno at 4 n. m. daily,
arriving at Chicago at 8:50a. in.
next day, their train No. 4, leav-
ing El Reno ut 3.30 p. m. daily
now makes connection with their
new daylight special, leaving
Kansas City at 7:15 a. in., arriv-
iving in Ccieago at 10;10 p. m.
I his train has standard sleeper
and dining ears.
$25 round trip to Chicago Jun*
10. 17, 21 and 24; return limit
Sept. 15, 1902, account session
i From March 3, 1902 umtil
| April 30, the Great Rock Island
will sell tickets to Los Angeles,
mid to San Francisco at rate of
$25.00. For further particular*
and information cull on
II. C. Callahan, Agent.
MR. EDWIN SOOTHERS IN
Go to the. Novelty Store for
men's and Roys’ summer under-
Cull at 213 S. Bickford avenue
for bargains in second hand goods.
I. II. Neyinan, mgr.
. Don tbja t un;i
A“' " > e I pnv ."c, f>\‘ nn l Cc
for prints when you can buy the
c" i ;hicugo
Backet for 4c, 4ie and 4fc.
For the best kind of smithing
coal go to the El l’o io Fouidiy
& Machine Co. They have a
limite 1 amount for sale. This is a 1
snap for y, u. Come quick and ;
use the chance.
E Iwin lhiterson, manager of
Edwin Souther* in Mon to Cristo 1
was in th i c ty tila.v com- 1
pleting arrangements for the com-!
Puny’* appearance hero Tuesday-
evening, April 29th.
Neuralgic pains, rheumatism,
Inmh.ajro and sciatic pains, yield to '
the pemlralimr influence of Hal- !
lards Snow Liniment, mice £ii ami i
A) cents. C. H. Miller.
If you have a mirror that needs I
replating, French plate of any I
quality or size, take them to I
Guteliiis & Clark, 1 Id W Wood-!
son. All work first class.
-/ - -•■ .
(World’s Fair Special)
r,< lives Oklalionv, City.____(i;30 p. til
\rrives Kansas ( it ........7:00 «. m
\ -rives Sr. Louis..........it ;3o „ „
Vi rives Memphis .........0:00pm
St Louis Fxpresc.
!>ay«s Oklahoma City.....m
ArrivtsSt Louts............7:15a n,
reaves Kansas City........7:15 n m
Ai rivi s OklahomaCity .....7:5u am
^rk. &, Okla. Fxpress
Leave* St Louis............10:00], m
Arrives Oklahoma City.....6:45 p m
Tlir ugh e irs and Pullman palace
sleepers between Oklahoma jtv
Kansas ' it , t Louis and Memphis!
her rates and other information
call on ri*m’e t Frisco S‘ stem agml
or address the undersigned.
r . B F Dunn,
Division Pas^fiig^r Agf.
CLmRK & BOYS.
La A WYEHS
aooms 5, G
and 7, Jnlonick Bldg.
( KLA Ilovi a.
Wrsleyi ns, the s thnt lave
a eput 11ion ■ r s' igin;: are at the '
opera house this evening.
\T OPERA M !
City Teachers' Meeting.
The next meeting of the El
Reno city teachers will he held in
the Rock Island M. E. church
Friday, April 25 at 8 p. m.
Friends and patrons of the school
are cordially invited to attend.
I he following is the program.
Instrumental music. Miss Sitlcr
E I. Golder and Claude Hitts.
Symposium,Training the Child.
F r Health, Dr. J. A. Hatchett
Lor Citizenship, E. K. Blake.
For Morality, Rev. Hays.
May Hole drill, Miss Lawson's ' somile.
Original poem, Mis
Vocal duet—‘'Keep in Your!
O vii Hick Yard.”- .Misses Oma
and <bddie Hickman.
Talc “Responsibility.”— Mi.-.s
Recitation—Sulci ted —Miss Mil-
Vocil due’, Mr. : n 1 M s. A. J.
The Question Solved.
I lie question is being asked tv>
every day, “how do you expect
to keep up and sell goods nl tho
enormously low prices you are
selling at! ’ It is just like this:
We have ndnpiid the motto.
Quick sale* and small profits.”
W'e think it better to gi t lu per
cent and sell a thousand dollars
woitli of goods a week, giving us
one hundred dollars profir, than to
stand with our hands in our pock-
ets looking as sour asa vinegar
tul). holding our goods at 5u per
cent., and selling only two hun-
dred dollars worth of goods per
week, making as much on the two
hundred dollar sale as we can
make on the one thousand dollar
sale. You see we are just ns well
>ff while we have actually given
our customers 49 per cent, in
profit. All we ask of the trading
public, is to givens atrial. If*
you will we guarantee to bring on
the greatest revolution in price*
in El Reno that has ever I een
known in the great West. We
have not as large a stock as some,
but we have as much money in
proportion to the stock we carry
as nine-t *nt!is of the merchants in 1
the country, and we are hereto
stay. ( ome and see us and get
Abernathy & Ross, Prop*. ,
One door south of First National
Dsnk on Bickford uvo.
Have You Got Any Sense?
If so, don't go and pay C and
file for “LL” muslin when you
can get the very same thing for
5! e at the Chicago Racket.
Wanted Dressmaking by Sarah
Baldwin at 711 S. Choctaw live.
| lVrlVct lit guarantee,]. Prices rea-
Ib'm -mber ph )|0s will ho higher
• ban u eat s Lack when the Photo
Nevvland. Car leaves.
J he Progress”
Do you need a temporary lean
on personal goods? (’all on (). H.
Richards, 205 S. Rock Island.
There is m d mbt about Drg./
Thornton & Nip,, Curing Pile*
Ask Cap. Dyer.
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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/m1/2/: accessed January 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.