El Reno Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 205, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 22, 1902 Page: 4 of 4
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City Property Piles! Pi'es! Wh?n
Special attention c;t-
ftn t« :tratline, rent" g and I
I ng citv nroo- rty N'o
char get! unless «ran«-1
JQC' io-ns Hr e close 1
• i*t your pr p-r y at
«Vi e wiih
ftirt 1 »^*d 2, L»nd Cfftce,
Pts. Thomto i & Nipp Firt» Doii»f»
Of Kansas City arc Lo-
cated at No. 211 Rock
For iho treatment of Piles,
Fistula mid ul I Rectal trouble*,
Also maki* a specially of dis-
i'hss id’ women and gua ran top
a purp or no | av. and no |my
until a cure s effected. l)r.
Thornton is of tht* firm of
Thornton & Minor, Kansas
City. Examination Fickk.
GRAIN AND STOCKS.
July wheat closed today... 7 5 i - i
Your purchases amount to July wheat closed yesterday 15} id
July corn closed today..... t>: ]
July eorn closed yesterday. 622-}
Wheat opened............ 75}-}|
Wheat, high.............. 7fii #
Wheat, low.............. 75}-}
Corn opened.............. 02 ]-® j
Corn, high............... <*«tV'
Corn, low................ Of;'-]
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W cVs Grocery
YOU LL RtC-l .t m BOASTER S. J. Wirk lias purchased the
Perfec', reliable sdl-l'listing. grocery business at Si. 207 So. 1
The cook's friend, and the
housekeeper's comfort! I Hock Island avenue, from U. M.
Examine it at Talbott, and is busy getting in a
R D. JONES' Meat Marke*. new stock of fancy and staple
Each purchaser of $V) worth of >,,,,,(1,. Mr. Wi.-k is ono of El
lieno’s most reliable young men
and he lias friends all over the
Von need all kinds ot food to main'am ilie body. Curtail 1 ids variety
and sune organ is underfed. It is fur tiiis reason that udiet is injurious.
If vou ennot digest good food your stomach is out of order aid ne.Js
rest. Yua cannot go without food for that would mean starvation.
Kudu! Dyspepsia Cure will digest what you eat without tlieeinmacli’eaui.
Take it and you can rest your stomach without interrupting digestion.
It .a nature'sowu remedy. Never fail*. Anderson Riggs, Sunny Lane,
Tex., says: "I was troubled with Indigestion ten years at.d tried many
tilings and spent much money until I tried Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. J am
now feeling better tlmn in tiveyearsand more Itkcaboy than in twenty.*
(Dimes All StomacSu TrouS?§eSn
f*re|iar<Hi by L. C. DeW.it A Co., Chleafo. Thy *1. hot lie rnnlilns times the 50c. giro.
.........‘ * 1—.........for piles, s. i's and skti
Ueware of counteifeit*.
When you necil a soot hing and healing apple at ion for piles, son s and slda
diseases, use DoYYITT*G Witch Clazcl SALVE. '
TSSs is not a gentle word-but
»S i you think luiw liable you are
*< r fo purchase for 75o the only
•WBiiiy universally known and a
•Vo. «f\ that tins had the largest sale
m! > > medicine in the world since
f .r the cure and treatment ol
Oaisuuiptlon and Throat and I uug
tosikleH without losing its great
|X'7'->!:irity all tliese years, you will
■voi'sankful we called your attention
<tv Jt/sscliee’a (lerman Syrup. There
as many ordinary cough rem-
«e«J«’s ina e by druggists and others
Aitsre cheap and good for light
•xt'ls perhaps, hut for sever*
is, Itroncliiiia, Croup—and es-
pse.oHlIy /or Conaiimptlon, where
•hewls dlfBcnlt expectoration and
eeiigtiing during the nights and
■nomings. there is notiiing like
CVornisn Syrup. Sold by all (lrug-
*v-Ar in the civilised world.
11. <1. Uhhkn, Woodbury, N. J.
Manhattan Shirts, beat known,
b<«w ns the best. Star
<2 itbiers, Sole agent*.
Oall at the Chicago Millinery
■wid nee the invoieo of street hats.
Tl&ey are beauties.
Xeary every person needs a tonic
■Bodicine at this time of year to
krs « up and invigorate the nervous
«-~»em, to cleanse the bowels, liver
*.v: kidneys Herbine is tile best
s itost remedy to do this, as if
wriii enre constipation, regulate the
Is' - and enrich the blood, l'rice,
M.'cnt C. R Miller.
We will surprise you on cut
prices on all our new style photos.
HU. 1 way Photo Car.
If you are a sufferer with sick
Jb*tri«elie try Dr. Scott’s Peru-
vksh Headache and Fever Pow-
ers. A sure, safe and spt edy
tuic. Price 50c; for sale by
a*tfi: agists. Beware of substitutes.
Eon I’ i:st Office rmins. In-
i uire !>i‘ k T. Morgan, Lind
OlH -e Builrling. pi*6
Eon tiooi) Rooms- In Private1
family wither without. Board meat will receive a‘’Boaster’
good location. Inquire 101 a premium.
South Bickford nve. 05
Furnished or unfur.,- ----- city who’ll be glad to learn that
ished rooms, at 3J4 S. F.vans m,
me. 51 FILINGS he has embarked in business for
F'on Bknt—Furnished roomsover S725 .t B Lucas, Bourbon, himse'f. lie is familiar with the
on|v .j- *n,‘ < hit 2 and sw ne w-5-9 grocery business and is able to
holt ."sale (iood business, good | iSi20 Fearington O O’XeuI, buy for cash. This will enable
store room, good stock. A Anxier. () T. lots 1 and 2 and ei him to sell at the very lowest
| prices. A fine delivery wagon is I
For 7 ale bye rt. Mil>er.
chance for anyone who wants
to step into a nice mercantile nw
business with established h727 C E Morin, Bridgeport, being built for him and goods'^
tniac*. Mock can be reduced . n 11
so that it will not invoice.8W | will be promptly delivered. Call
more than #1,000. For par- 8728 Geo II Masonier, Chick- and see him at No. 207 So. Bock
lhe iwlm, nw ne and n} nw and sw nw Island and let him have part of
I your trade.
8(530 .1 L Johnson,
8731 Fred Price, Bridgeport,
8732 Martin A Swanson, ne
8733 Samuel Peeples, w} nwi
sec 24 and e.} ne} section 23, t6n,
ticulars call at
For Sale—Hotel with furniture
and lease doing a good bus- 8729 CF Betclie, Union, lots
incss. Sickness in the family i, *2 and 3 in sec 8 (5-20 and lots 6
for selling, Inquire at Bell1
office. 100 “,,d ‘ •*
For Sale—A five-room house to
move. Or will trade for a
strong team of mules and
other stock. Also one large
refi igcrulor for sale or trade.
Call at 8o3 South Macomb
Wanted—At once good dining
room girl inquire of Caddo
Furnished Rooms—And board
(if desired) . Inquire at
21(5 S. Bunk Island. loo
For Bent—Furnished rooms at
405 S. Bickford, second house
south uf Farmers’ hotel. p02
For Bent—Two-room house. In-
quire of Mrs. Bradshaw, 101
N. Admire. p02
Cow For Sale—For only twenty
dollars. Call at Mrs. Schlop-
kohl’s on Eust Cavanaugh
For Bent—5-room new house
near Bock Island depot. See
11. C. Kennada. 2
Wanted—Manager for New
Branch of our huisness here
in El Beno. Address at once,
with references, Alfred Mor-
ris, Wholesaler, Cincinnati,
Splendid Wares—Paid men who
learn barber trade with us.
Only two months required by
our method, free clinic, ex-
pert instructions, etc. Special
offer first lift :en days in May.
Write today. Moler Barber
College, St. Louis, Mo. 3
For Sale—A t*ain good work
m ires, in fo9t, one s >t double
harness and wagon, and house
on wheels 7x14 ft. or trade on
city property. Call at 21a N.
Evans ave. 3
Furnished Booms For gentle-
m m near brick sell >ol house.
Enquire at harness riep’t.
Bonebruke hardware store. 3
For Rent—A six-room furnished
house, two blocks from busi-
ness center. Inquire at 110
18. Evans ave. p03
For Sale- Two bowling alleys,
tent 14x80 feet, everything
complete. Must sell. #75.
Address Box 282, Yukon, O.
For Bent -3-room new house
Fine water and convenient.
Enquire at Anstine Hotel. 3
\h/ e Know
That our Wall Paper
tr.i . es are satisfactory be-
c-Ti.se so many prudent buy-
ers are our customers. What
ce could you ask7 The
rns are pretty, new and
iovrn to date and the prices
ar . riolit.
Booms For Rent—For offices or
living rooms in the Peach
block. See Sam Peach. 3
Wanted—Good girl in private
family. Apply 121 North
Evans ave. 4
Lost—A bundle of wall paper
which dropped off my wagon.
Please leave it at the ltd I
office and oblige the owner,
Joe Walker. 04
WANTED - To lease a good thresh-
ing engine by tlio season, for
pumping water, or to buy if
cheap Address or see J. I,
Bulleii. El Beno, O. T. Two
miles N H.
The Great Cut.
The great cut in prices at the
Granite, | Chicago Racket has given tha
[store an immense run of business.
When Abernathy & Ross pu:
their goods down to bed rock
prices the people began to rush ir
and buy in large quantities.
When a woman can buy hei
prints, standard grades and fasi
colors for 4c, 4}e, 4}c and 4}e pi",
yarn, she’ll buy as long a* sin
has money to buy with. Jusl
think of getting a #3 pair of shoes
for #1.75. This store carries
more than 3,000 items that an
needed every day in every family.
No shoddy goods. Don't get tin
idea into your head that because
the prices are so low the goods are
of a cheap grade. Examine foi
yourself. If the Chicago liackei
has the goods you need you car.
save from 10 to 50 per cent, on
every purchase you make. In-
quire for the
One door south of First Nation-
al Bank, on Bickford ave.
14(59 C J Brown vs Donald
Robinson, n} ne lots 6 and 7. 25-
7- 21, A
1470 T C Winborn vs W M
Ruckle, lots 1 and 2 and ne so 21-
8- 13, A
1471 G F Penwright vs Mi-
chael Horan, se 17-8-8, A
1472 Thos Hogg vs Christian
Harper, se se 21-6-9, A
1473 A J Maun vs Frank
Bouglie, sw 29 (5-8, A
1474 John W Bradbury, vs
Hi rum Stunkurd, sV se 3-5-15, j Have you tried the Buffo cigar'
A | Drop in at Austin Hughes’ and
1475 a W Bradbury vs Frank do so.
Stop Paying Rent
We can buj^you a home
with one half the money
monthly you now pay f >r
rent. Can lift a mortgage
or buy you a farm on the
Wheeler # Miller
Room No. 11, Jalonick Building.
J. A. HATCHETT,
Ites. cor. Woodson st. & Barker ave.
Phone No 67.
H. O. SHUTTER,
Res brick bouse 507 8. liarker ar«.
Phone No. 205.
DRS. HUCHETT & SHUTTLE
Office cor. Rock Island ave, and Hussell str et, over shoe store.
Office Phone No. 66.
CHOICE MEATS AT ALL TIMES.
CHOICE GAME IN SEASON.
CHOICE OYSTERS, FISH AND CELERY.
The Rock Island Meat Market.
Orders promptly delivered
Strictest attention given to orders by ’Phone
’Pho-'e No 201
Remember the place—Rock tslan 1 i it \ti-ot
Remember the ’Phone—No 204
218 So. Rock Island Avo
S Campbell, e} nw and w} ne 4-
1476 Win Smith vs j II Ilirris
lots 5, C and 7, 31-14-13, prior
1477 F J Hoffman vs A Chant
sw 10-7-9, and lots 5 and 6, 15-7-
7, 1 A
1178 G F Loekhard vs Erich
Mueller, nw 20-7-20, A-
1479 F L Pa.\ ne vs Lawrence
Ilortley, ni se 25-9 12, A
14SO s S Tate vsClellun Thom-
as, e} nw sw nw and nw sw 34-6-
1481 W e Hough vs Wm P
Brooks, no 11-6-15, A
1482 A .i Clary vs John
Clifford, in' 4-8-12, A
1\ 'OthlCS & COOk cases a per lament cure by using.
PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS ,,r; l’eruvuin Headache j
and r ever Powdi rs. Price 50c;
•CJ N. Bickford. 'Phono 23. -u]d only at drug ftoros.
7Fant« To Help Others.
I had stomach trouble all ray
life,” says Kdw. Mehler, preprietor
of the Union Bottling Work*, Erie,
Pa., “and tried all kinds of rem-
edies, Went to several doctors and
spent considerable money trying to
get a moment’s peace. Finally I
read of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and
have been taking it to my great sat-
isfaction. I never found its equal
for stomach trouble and gladly re-
commend it in hope that I may help
other sufferers.” Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure cures all stomach troubles.
Chronic sufferers from head- Vou don't have to diet Kolol Dy-
adic and neuralgia will find im- spepsia Cure digeats what you eat.
mediale relief, and in most all, U* Miller
A big cut in price of all work
ut the KuiLvny Photo Car.
Everybody feels better after
hearing the Wesleyan Male Quar-
Save Many a Time.
Don’t neglect coughs and colds
even if It is spring. Such cases often
result seriously at this season just
because people are careless. A dose
of One Minute Cough < ure will re-
move all danger. Absolutely safe,
■lets at once. Sure cure for coughs,
cold*, croup, grip, bronchitis, and
other throat and lung troubles. “J
have used One Minute Cough Cure
several years,” says Postmaster C.
O. Dawson, Barr, I 1 “It is the
very best cough medicine on he
mar et. It lias saved me many a
severe spell of sickness and 1 warm-
ly recommend it.” The children's
favorite. C. R. Miller
New equipment, now schedule,
new route. “Choctaw Route.”
Choice home cured
hams and breakfast
ba^on and pure home
rendered lard, cheap
for cash at
J. W. Dix’s Market.
50c will buy one
April 26. They
Will only be on
sale that date for
G R PERRY
Furniture and Undertaking.
No. 110 So. Bickford.
.....EL RENO, O. T.
Relinquishment blanks at
Did You Know This?
Do you know that a neglected
cough or cold lands to consumption?
More people die from the effects of
cstching cold than from any other
known cause. There is one remedy
and remember it only costs 5 cents,
that has proven a safe, unfailing
cure for coughs and colds. It is
called Gooch'R Mexican Hyrtip
Your druggist has it or will get it for
you. It In als and strengthens the
lungs and breathing passages when
nothing else yon take seems to do
you good; you had better get a bottle
to-day and read the testimonial on
Bissantz ice cream at
Every mother that has a child has
jewel more precious to her and
April 3, 19(12, #50,000 in money more than the King of Eng-
to loan on Farms and farm lands land's entirecolleetlon of diamonds,
in Canadian, Oklahoma and Blaine e,(’- POy the little one that is
counties. Terms: Loans made rapidly losing its health because its
from 1 to 5 years’ time; to suit mother doe* not know It h s worms,
borrower. Wm. II. Patch, and that a25 cent bottle of Mother’s
i Office at residence, 811 Roberts "'otra Syrup will expo! them quick-
ave., El Beno, O. T. | !)'•
Drugs, to be effective, must
be pure Prescrip'ions, to be
serviceable, must bo carefully
We have pride in the drugs
wo carry and the way we’ll put
up a prescription for you. No
doubt of the values of remedies
of cur making.
Rhoades & Cook
109 N. Bickford. 'Phone 28
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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/m1/4/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.