El Reno Supper Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 87, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 3, 1901 Page: 2 of 4
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LL. i ivo fcOf-Pth BeIl.
J. Sixrao.'. KibLur and Prup'r.
Daily, Pit Annum............ $3 UO
i ' i.—-
f f - t <r >t
Wkkki.y, P«r Annum.
Roosevelt is ''till keeping up
his reputation as a rough rider,
as Mr. ins has learned to liis
sorrow. There is such a thing as
being too rough.
Should the suit now pending of
the city versus the El Reno Water
(to. )>e withdrawn; the eompan.v
will proceed at once to improve
its plant by an outlay of $15,0"U.
It will be a very dangerous
thing for the city, if the mayors
suggestion is carried out, to the
effect that the city needs no more
than three police: two day undone
night It's possible the mayor
still-thinks thut Mr. (Jeraghty is on
the night force Until recognized
by the council Mr. (Jerghty is not
a member of the force Mr. Duf-
fy resinging leaves only Mr.
Stone on night duty This is not
smticient This is the time of
year when sneak thieves and
burglars are most diligent.
Business houses and residences
need more protection. The coun-
cil should act promptly in this
matter, and see that another
officer is placed on duty.
MOTH KltS we wen. over our entire dhks. noons stock and cut out. all the short lengths of
of every kind of dress fabric from IS* per yard ( 1 SATURDAY MORNING'"
Male at 2 •• <-tr regular price
Lots of these are pretty goods for
We cut out from the wide Silk-
whieh was lfW. They all go at 10*
b:.'iO a. m., \v<
less, Hamilton. Brown’s advertised $2.60 ladies line
put them on
TAKE YOL'H PENCIL and figure and see the saving to you.
waists and if your children need dresses le : ■ s a SNAP
alines and Cretonnes an assortment, the regular price of
yard — tlill'si goods in the 1 ind lor making COV1-ORTS.
ANOTHER SNA!1, 6o pairs, no more, no less, Hamilton. Brow
shoes, buttoned. All go at $2.00 per pair.
DON'T let your ehil Iren freeze when you can get a good fleece lined union suit for26*. from two
ears to fifteen y( irs in siz.. The pi act tall kinds of BARGAINS
GROWE MERCANTILE COMPANY'S STORE
113 and 114 North Bickford Avenue
.Judge (irigshy is better to hiy.
District Court meets ext Monday.
Adjoilrnet meeting of city council
M. "Non lelbach since his return
fr >in Chicago has been busy ar-
ranging the mammoth stock of
new holiday goods
The bifurcated riding, habit was
very much in «vldence yesterdat
afternoon. The two so icty Indie,
really presented a fine appeoranc-
in their handsome g irb: and ridi •
a la 20th] centurv. Man’s style of
horse-back riding is very mild
in vogue in fash o abb* ce tr s; and
there is no good reason why this
natural style should not o away
with the s de saddle entirely.
WOMEN AND JEWELS.
Jewels,candy, flowers, man—th/p
is the order of a woman’s preferences
Jewels form a magnet of might
p wer to the av**r»lre woman. KvPt
that greatest of all Jewels, health, t
often ruined in the strenuous effort
to make or save the money to pur
chase them. If a woman will ris)
her health to get a coveted gem. thci
let her fortify herself against the in
siduniis consequences of coughs,
colds and bronchial affections by
the regular use of Dr. Boschee’-
Gerrnan Syrup. It will promptly
arrest consumption in itseai ly stage,
and heal the affected lungs and
bronchial tubes and drive the dread
disease from the system. II is not a
cure-all, hut it is a certain cure for
coughs, colds a 1 1 bronchi "
troubles. You can get I)r. (). U.
Green’s reliable remedies at (’. K
Get Green's Special Almanac.
Introduces Bill for Statehood
for Oklahoma —Indian 'er- |
ritor, Not Mentioned
\\ ashington, I*. ( . D* ’-.
Delegate Flynn today ini ■ iu d ,
in the house a bill giving - ;* nml.
to (Iklaboma. No prm * 1
made for the absorption o
Indian Territory now **r *t *
lire date. I he bill prut idt
after the passage of the act a <• ■
stitution&l convention shall I*• •, 1 ;
in Oklahoma, at which a " r '
constitution shall be adopted. I >
event the first convention 'lined
fall to agree upon a constituti , ,
a second convention may ho call
The bill creates an internal ret on m-
district to include Oklahoma ah me.
Supreme court justices of < )kL*
ma after statehood is accompli-l - *1
are directed to divide the state up
into judicial districts. All of tl **
regular state offices arc crenied.
Flynn will urge action on thi- bill
it the first regular meeting of tin
o Muittee on territories. >• nut or
Fairbanks intradner similar Dill m
South Choctaw Avenue.
OH OSITE BOCK ISLAND DEPOT.
A. ('LIVER, Proprietor.
t . \a . Prices all Low.
> : r m modations all Right
’PHONE CALL - - - - PAN-AMERICAN.
GOVERN OR GRIMES.
ik* morning Secretary
i i rime • received the follow -
‘grain, which is self-ex-
Miller's Dim Store.
V ishingon. D. C. I >t*e. 1.
-. Acting Governor,
. I -iii having removed
.1 nkins as governor and i
i rboiims H. Ferguson as j
,*:d the latter being ab- j
lie Territory, you are]
act as governor until j
I',. Ferguson returns to
: i, valid assumes his duties. ]
”K. A. IlmirrocK,
Purity in Drugs and Accuracy
J. W. MCCOOL.
116 N BICKFORD - EL RENO
B RAIN- KOOI) NONSENSE.
Another ridiculous food fnd bits
been branded by the most competent
authorities. They have dispelled
the silly notion that on* kind of food
is needed for brain, another for mu-
scles, and still iiimt her for bones. A
correct diet will not only nourish n
particular part of the body, but it
will sustain every other part. Yet,
however good your food may he, its
nutriment is destroyed by indiges-
tion or dyspepsia. V u must prep in
for their appearance or prevent their
coining liy taking regular doses of
Green’s August Flow* r. the favorite
medicine of the healthy millions.
A few doess aids digestion, stimu-
lates the liver to healthy action,
purifies the blood and makes you
feel buoyant and vigorous. You can
get Dr G. (I. Green’s reliable re-
medies a t H. M ilo r's
Get Green’s Special Almanac.
you need the best in the
drug line you'll find it at
Miller’s Drill Store.
For people wlio want a '.*
candy ■ c have one be * e.
mihihI. Sold everywl r. el '"(
10 cents. Gerrsrs.
Huy dry goods at a dr* g *
Hil clot bin 11 a ell ■ tili e • i
Huy shoes at a shoe liuir ■
Huy groceries at a grocery' I ■*
And buy candy at a e uni1, b *h-* i
We make e .nd.v fresh \ ry o j
Gerrers, 2t4 So. R I ave.
ITactienI ( Onfectiom i -
In His Charle ton, S. C. Speech
Says in Part
ike candy fresh every day
place to get bargains in
• e t.v will be at tin* auction
e* [Ses and lots I )cc.
S. K. Noland,
* Jackets and Sweaters .
■ famous (Veseellt ftie-
w 'Liirk are for sale at I
la Star Clothiers. i
irtrst C!a**s Sleeper* Daily Hetveen
CHICAGO and SAN FRvMSCICO
On coi n r s
f ; iFNTlSTKY
■ rices. Try me.
.s hoc and up.
i . proportion.
it < f r. o.
GO WAY BACK
AND SIT DOWN."
We must say this to competitors
when it comes to shoes. WE
ALWAYS LEAD. We give you
better shoes for the money than
any concern in Oklahoma. Ask
for the \Valk-( )ver $3. no shoe (sold
elsewhere for *3.50.) N. It.
With or without labels.
Evangelist Stevens is a strong
gospel preacher. Last night at
the Christian church, he was gret-
ed with a full church. Allure in-
vited to attend ana hear his char-
Mrs Stevens is a eornetjst with
whom all will be delighted.
“The East is surrendering its
spindles and the Middle States j ,
their furnaces and they are giving
a new and broader and healthier NIGHT SCHOOL-BOOK KEEP-
life to the South. Sectional lines] ING
have disappeared and jealousies , , Monday night, Dec. 2.—The
and prejudices have worn away, p,College, in response to
The nineteenth century has opened |1)r , ,demand for night
work, vi’.l start a class on a short
course in Hook Keeping. I liis
class from the beginning will have
big 5 Leave Omaha on at 1:30 . m
Tim ogb the Rockier ai d Merra Nevada
BY DAYLIGHT IN BOTH DIBEC
be*> DtLiugCar Service. B * »-i:/ r
The Wheeler Drug Store re-
mains open all night. 33
Fo’ Hi ' p • w imds. • ithrr
»• • I i in > -ul'j**- • nr *• h in als.
'ALUAKI^ nOW i INIMENT
rxi $*ij : w i f i i n tm-kerB'
qnrai' en *' !«-•*- i h • r iir aid
o»p- on MorU«*n • r i cm o» bn
o h gn v c* m #* P n 2> • nii }
Vic. N., ,1,-j y # « \1
George (ioehring, the popular
boot and shoe man, is at his old
shop on Russell street, between
Rock Island and Bickford avenues.
I carry the largest stock of
groceries, notions, candies etc.; and
the best and freshest in the city.
My prices are just right. Your
trade solicited at the
Sam Peacb Grocery Stors.
Our drivers are for your con-
venience. Call up Phone 51*
when you have a bundle of laun-
dry. We will guarantee satis-
El Kkxo Steam Lavxdut.
60 ACRE v. OF WHEAT.
Sixty acres of growing wheat
not far from El Reno for sale,
Enquire at Hell office.
exlmustless avenues for spiritual,
mental and material progress in
the United States. Our mission
in the twentieth is their extension
over the new world."
the advantage of our New Actual
Business System. If you need
this work and desire to improve
vour evenings be at the College
I Rooms at s P. M. Monday next
and learn something of our Easy
Lots of Cracker-Jack to give a" ay
!>r. A. It. McComas. A promi-
nent physician from Sturgeon and Practical Method.
Missouri was the, guest of his old
friend T. Palmer north of town, j
He. is delighted with the country.
A 6-cent Package of t’raeker-
E. V. Uakestraw.
THESE A RE JUST RIGHT
Dr. U. B. Corcoran of Ft. Benoj a fi-ccnt Package of Cracker- For this season ot the >ear.
has been assigned to the Artillery Jack given free with every pound of dust right, and sened tiiiel.\.
Corps of the U. S. V; m.v at San 10, 15 or 20 cent candy. Gerrers. dust right, and served hot. 1 omato
Francisco on his personal tppliea-1 Practical Confectioners, bouillon, Celery bouillon, beet
lion. The doctor is a genial kov jonPS has b -...... Tea, Chicken broth, Cocoa, Choco-
Morrison 11 act,
To Pan FrnnclRco and Log AngeU*.
L* aye Orflntla Friday* via Sect ir Line,
l.eavt Karaite City Friday* via >r« nlc Linp.
Leave Kan*a* Cty Wed need ay* via So Honte.
lmPro^ed Tourist Cars-Fast Trams
end for ‘'Chicago to California,” de*rribim»
drt-1 cla** pervice, or for “Toocist Dictionary,’
ind itinerary, to
E W, Thompson. A. H. P A.,
HORSES OR CATTLE.
Go* pasture for horses
cattle. Call on 1. F. Kelly
So. Rock Island avenue.
2 1 *
GOING AT AUCTION.
39 lots and one 3-room house in
One 0-room house and I lots at
319 west London street. Dee. 5,
at 2 o'clock ]i. in.
S. K. Noland & Co.
lP‘ntlomaii, mill 111* nnd hi, f.imly1 ,K°* J""” ’T "™«''! tau*. Tr.vacupof Hot Vino™!,
of ground In the Morrison tiact, ........Finest. These fine
in Prices on all
18, and contin-
out the week.
will be greatly missed from
Jteno, and by their friends here.
Fort .......... ’ Armour's
and will put up a slaughter house ^ Jackson Hras.
with till modern imi»rovements.
Will trade good heavy
horses, harness and wagon for HARRY S. GUIDRY & CO
"it.' property. See T. E. Dow- 110 iSouthi’Rock Island Ave.
ell. pN± EL RENO, O. T.
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Simpson, E. J. El Reno Supper Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 87, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 3, 1901, newspaper, December 3, 1901; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc912352/m1/2/: accessed October 18, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.