El Reno Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 99, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 20, 1902 Page: 1 of 4
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ElReno Evening Beli
EL RENO, OKLAHOMA, DECEMBER 20 1902.
Fifty Years the Standard
Oklahoma’s Grandest Jewelry
Establishment, Lowest Priced
House in El Reno for Fine Good"
We have some Hare Values in
r . , | Diamond Sleeve Huttons
ll.ro,,1k, !>' J S'£b“““
Diamond Kina- I 1 >■«»»'<,„d 1 . nuant-s_______
Our Pri-es cannot bo beit on Watches.
American makes in tne following
Solid Gold tla>es
25-year Moss Case*
Oii-,\ ear Boss t Ves
25-.\ ear l resceni I asps
2<i-,\car Crescent Cases
*0 and 25-y ear Kays Cases
20 and 25-year Grown Cases
20 and 25-yoar Waltham Cases
We have the best
Vanguard W altliatu
1*. S. Bartlett Waltham
Lady Waltham and all
li. W Raymond Elgin
(i. M. Wheeler Elgin,
most all the 7, 15 and 17
,1 ewell Movements
Highest Hsnors World’s Fair.
Highest Tests U. S. Gov’t Chemists
DISTRICT COURT Ladies, you are all invited to
.- Brown,s r>C'|tun at Newells
Testimony in the Ben Beerman Dept. Store Co , Dej. 22, 23, 24.
murder trial closed last night in
the district court at 9 o’clock. The |.,dies auxiliary will hold a
Today has been devoted to nrgu- reception New Years from three
■nents in the case. Judge Silas ^ , five at the \ M. C. A. rooms
Reed made the opening arguments f(lr the young men. In the even-
f,,r the territory. He was fo> i,,jr« complimentary musical will
lowed by Judge frame and Col. be given.
L >we for the defense. County________'1 ...............—
Attorney Carney closed for the
prosecution. A verdict of guilty
C anticipated, hut not for the ex- (Juvb
tnme grade. Manslaughter in
the first degree will be the possible
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Theho.is are all coming hoh e
• Curistmns. John Gelder is
here from the Stillwater college.
Ed. Maxou is home from Kurt '
Worth for the holidays.
The Knights of the ttoi d
Table have contributed tfi,37 to ,
buy Chrisim.is presents for those ™
El Reno children who might m t
Otherwise be visited b,Y Santa
Claus. The committee of arrange-
ments is as follows: Hex Ben-
nett, Frank Bradley, Kenneth
Watson, Roy Dix, Bryan ftl ike, , j
Walter Saxe.v, Simon Tannehunin,
Edwin Phillips and Gilbert Tomp-
kins. The g II be distribu
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We're After Your
We’ll offer y<m some
special inducement * too
fi>r your iiash in the
following t • : ;
FOR 10c A P0UN9 W
French Cream Cindy
Yankee Peanut Candy
Shell M xture
French Burnt Peanuts
Solid Gold and best Filled Chains.
C. A. Marsh & Co.'s Chains
11 F. B. Jfc Co.’s Coaitm
Fumy Chocolates and
B ui Boas, 5 It) box for$1.25.
Single pound 30c These
arc such goods pn ~.i often
j ted on the afternoon of Christmas | ,,Ry 4oc to 50c a pound.
eve, at the land office buildii g *--— —......
We handle only Gorham’s and other High-Grade Silverware.
Solid Silver Knives
Solid Silver Spoons
Solii Silver Forks
Solid Silver Salt Sets
Solid Silver Bon Bon
Solid Silver Chatalainc Bugs
Solid Silver Manicure Sets
Solid Silver Headed Canes
Solic Silver Hair Brushes
Solid Silver Mirrors
Solid Silver Napkin Rings
Solid Silver Tea Bells
We have a complete
China in complete
1 Dinner Sets
! Broken Sets
line of the Genuine Haviland & Co.’s
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I Chocolate Sets
We have a good assortment of the best Libbey Cuts and
other American Cuts on the market : : :
Cut f I lass lee Tubs
Cut Glass Salt and Peppers
Cut Glass i til Bottles
Cut (I lass Perfume Bottles
Cut and Blown M ine Sets
Cut (Bass Tankards
! (ail Glass Fruit Bowl
j Cut (i lass Tumblers
j Cut (1 lass Bon Bon
Cut Glass Plateaus
at the land office
under the direction of
U. S. District Attorney Horace |||
Speed was here today, lie has
just returned from Washington
and is very sanguine that the omni-
bus bill will pass.
Ray Hardin is home from the
Ft. Worth University looking
Abe Rhodes’ two boys are home
from the Ft. Worth University.
Trade was a little dull yesterday
until Miss Rohrer and A.Ls Covert
I of the Novelty Store drum corps
gave a drum re. ioil Af erafew
n >tes trade started lip, and people
b gan to buy in self-defence.
T >-v couldn’t stand any mine
2 lbs Mixed Nuts
4 Bunches Michigan Cel-
ery for 25c.
2 Quarts Cranberries for
Fancy Kilting Apples
Jonathans and others.
Apple Butter, Mince Meat
Figs, Dates, Olives and sea-
WE WILL APPRECIATE
YOUR ORDERS AND
$ PRICES IN
V. F. HcSraWe
PURE FOOD GROCERS.
Phone 30. Prompt Delivery
j, vv'.w* iwisvw wwttw WW&
Just arrived this morning, a At our stock will reveal to
b aiutiful line (if Neckwear fiiiu ^, you a numberof articles that
Vi*1 City of Fashions (N. A • City), lire guitable for Christmas gifts,
at Newell’s Dept. Store Co. ---
Throughout our Store gifts ma.v be chosen at prices from 10c
up We shall be pleased to slmw you anything in the stock,
whether you wish to buy or not. If you can't come, call us on
Phone 12. Either Phone. ::::::
M lntQQ_ J ewelry (Riompanu
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FIRST DIOR SOUTH OF
Mrs. Bruchmann’s class reciti.l
Monday evening will be a delight-
f J musical event. Program will
h gin promptly at 8:30.
Lon ix Soap is the best for kit-
Don’t forget the Ho
cial Sale of Rockers at
Here's your chance
Rockers at almost
i) ice. At
In Ladies’ Watches
«c l ave a large as-
sortment in gold and
gold filled cases.
Solid Ilk gold cases
Lenox Soap is an oval cake
made of the best materials. No
edges to waste; nicest laundr,\
Special Xmas sale of Rockers
L/E ARE SCARED
gf M Mean J \ jtounatffla — tlUlIU mgrtlBH
j The HOLIDAY TRADE
Don’t Look Gtoi to Us,
The Gerrer parlors are now the j , . , ,
j.uii.iiar pii.ci. lor................d.Some closing out, some overstocked.
tame. A delightful place where H (I TllG lYLllCl! 1 ll G lYfUCl!! TllG lYLllCl!!!
he best trade is catered to. Fred j........—— ■- --- -
B u s h t ■ y is in charge of this depart-
Wilson & Sneary
special Rocker Sale, Saturday.
ments at prices rang-
ing from *20 to $50.
H. C. RISSE
1 Talk this over with your doctor. It he
says Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral is all right
for your hard cough, then take it. L.TT.0.:
In the 'ace of these conditions we have put our
HOLIDAY GOODS AT COST. : : : :
Our stock consists of the best an I most elegant values I he
yPHHon affords. We call special attention to our STAG
HORN Military and Toilet Sets. Come and see if we mean
what we say . . . ....
RHOADES & COOK.
HAVE YOUR PRESENTS reserved
t‘iin all g-oods contained in a modern up to-date store at the lowest possible cost^_________ ____
\A.E HAVE EVERY' HING IN WATCHES
For men, women, boys and girls—chains, charms
rings and loekeus, in great variety of style and
prhe. Cuff and collar bu cons, lace pine, scarf or
We have a large and select line of tino Medal-|
lions at prices from $1 up to $10.
OUR ST 3CK OF TOILET ARTICLES DON’T FORGET
Contains in variety everything the market affords. That we have a special sale this year on Dolls,
We have in solid silver, silver plate, gold plate. Celluloid Goods and Albums. These goods we are
aluminum and cbonj hind mirrors, cloth brushes.^riling out at cost. Me have one counter wher#
Itick pins beauty pms, baby pins. Everything in We have a Tema7klbly fine selection of these fig- hat brushes, hair brushes, nail brushes, tooth'v,,u ,,in have your choice of any article for 25c.
this line von could desire at prices to sum. ''including figures of Hiawatha, Sappho, Moor-1,rushes. Sterling silver and ebony manicure ar- fheso artich s range in price from 25c to $ La" but
carry a good stock of diamonds rings, s u a- pe -|iMh figures, Indian, etc. Don't miss seeing these, g , in (.at abundance. Gold plaited mantel or- they all go at 25c. (»n this counter you wil find
Lot'- etc,, all of which we sell strictly on guaran. crcbt WARE naments and candle sticks with fun-y candles. Bet nk wefls, hiindkcreh.ef boxes g -..meet
toe of quality and price. WAVE CREST WARE terEquality and cheaper in price than you will <ind|truys, celluloid novelties, Xmas
1 * Always good and our sto'-k of this ware this year ^ 1 ■
exceptionally larire. Fern dishes, I*on Bon
In the Line of Sterling Silver end Silver Plate
Wo llIlVL, an immense stock of fancy souvenir
spoons, ben bon ‘'reTi!0Bvar’vS|aJtest in'hand'
sssnsasf s., now....... -dock.
fancy wood clocks.
is exceptionally large. F'ern dishes.
Trinket boxes, Cracker jars, etc.
We have an immense stock of fancy Mirrors in
the new art work, Gold Plated and Triplicate.
many other Xmas gifts.
PIPES We think our customers like, to do business with
Our line of Pipes is complete. Meerschaum and m because they get what they want when they want
irold plated Briar Root Pipes in cases; make tine it and as they want it, with a surety that the good*
” * are all right and the prices right and reasonable
Pitschen-Morse Drug Company
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Simpson, E. J. El Reno Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 99, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 20, 1902, newspaper, December 20, 1902; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc912768/m1/1/: accessed February 19, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.