El Reno Supper Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 75, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 19, 1901 Page: 1 of 4
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EL RENO, OKLAHOMA. NOVEMBER 19. 1901.
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BUf FOK P0STER11Y
You are most cordially invited to our store Wednesday. Xo-
v ntber HO, to (lrin k a cup of J A. Fol£er Co. s Delicious Ool
den Gate Coffee. This Coffee is imported from the Orient by
J A Fo'ger. .j- Co, of Sin Fr incisco, and is the Coffee you
would drink should you visit Constantinople, Turkey, or
Arabia, It is without question the finest Coffee imported into
th e United States. TO WXSKXD U HOC EH Y CO
CoiittMtid WYbrs served Inct.
Nothing so dignifies a family as
the elegant and va uable articles
which descend *rom generation
to generation. The b si of its
kind is always worthy always
respected, always valuable.
LIBBEY CUT GLASS
Is made for aH time, andwill be
as eleganta hundred yea>s from
now as it is today. Li&by is en-
graved on every piece.
QUEENSWARE AND LAMPS
These goods bought for spot
cash, the big discounts saved
and will be sold accordingly at
the Emporium for Bargains.
GIFTS AND SOUVENIRS.
II Reno Will Have a Choice
Stock to Select From.
Ed. Bi’.rx: Someone has stated
FURN1SHKD KOOvI — Fnr rent I.
V'Oil neitfl'b 'rlio 111, at N.i 818 s
B'Cufnrd av« i 68
FOK KENT' Furnished room.
Good location. Inquire at
509 N. Evans uve. 70
WANTED A first-class coat
maker;also a girl for machine
work on punts, at 213 South
ROOMS Furnished rooms for
rent, with or without board,
at 314 So. Evans.
or written “Wonders Never FOR RENT Six room.house. See
Cease,” and one of the latest of G. S. Pearl, atty. 71
FOR SALE First-class span of
mules, 1100 lbs. each. Har-
ness and wagon nearly new.
Call at south end Williams
ave. (’has. W. Dyer. p72
such is the fact that the Ameri-
can, of El Reno, on the 13th inst.,
Purchasers of holiday presents, 1 published the letter of one Jos.
wedding gifts and artistic souve- j| Letherman, paying a grand
nirs remember well, the choice and matchless tribute to Thomas you KENT Hood, good-paying
assortment of cut glass and deco- Jefferson, the patron saint of true Chili joint, completely fur-
rated china which were on exlii- Democracy.
bition at the Townsend Grocery T he man who expressed senti-
oompan.v’s during the holiday seu- merits in behalf of a fellow man FOR SALE li-room house and
son of 1900. The sales were that will brighten the pages of '0,ts’ (’!l11 llt Bm-Amcr-
lean i irocorv
large and everybody was more hjs country’s history, and burn ... . u ,
than pleased with the nttriutiw m the bosoms of millions yet un-
nished. Inquire at
goods and reasonable prices. born, when he said, “I swear
Encouraged by this liberal pat- eternal hostility against every
ronage the establishment has pur- form of tyranny over the mind of
•based for this season more than man.”
three times as many goods as The American stern Republi-
ivere bought last year. can as it is—honored itself by the
These selections were made by publication of that letter,
the head of the firm, Mr. J. T. j Thomas Jefferson’s father, the
Allison, after a personal visit to accomplished surveyor and civil
the big wholesale emporiums and engineer, left his native Wales on
importers at Chicago, and a big account of the excessive tyrrany
outlay was made in the Libbey exercised over thoke people whom
•ut glass. This ware is famous the British failed to conquer on
the world over. The name Libbey the battlefield, but accomplished
is engraved on every piece. their object in the civic arena;
The French hand painted china hence no wonder such sentiments
and Venetian vases are very beau- emanated from the patriotic and
titill. The patterns in blue and accomplished sage of Monticello.
pink and gold china are purlieu- Columbian.
larl.v pleasing to the eye. El Reno, O. T.
The collection of lamps is large-----------------
and the styles attractive. One ^ . .
thing very noticeable is the reus-1 ^ jk’fl j | |
The Cooking Club meets this
evening with Miss Phillips.
JUST RECEIVED A. CARLOAD
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TRUNKS, VAI ISES, TELE-
SCOPES, SUIT CASES,
ALL RIGHT - - - ALL PRICES
enable prices marked on these
A visit to the store will repay
any lover of the beautiful. The
wise and thoughtful ones have
already made purchases and had
them laid a^ide.
The establishment is always
pleased to do this and there’s
never any trouble to show goods.
Our drivers are for your con-
venience. Call up Plume 58
when you have a bundle of laun-
dry. We will guarantee satis-
El Reno Steam Laundry.
WHO WANTS A CLOCKJ.
Closing out at cost, handsome
8-day clocks, to make room for
W. H. WATKINS,
SALE OF TRIMMED
HATS THIS WEEK.
PITTS & HEED,
226 S. Rock Island Ave.
preferred. No children in
family. Call No. 221 North
Barker avenue. p72
ORGAN FOR SALE A good
Kimball organ will lx* sold very
cheap if sold this week. Call
al Mrs. C. L. Crum's residence,
corner Wade and Roberts
GIRL WANTED Good wages
paid; family of three; no
children. Corner Wilde and
Williams ave., four blocks
(•list of Caddo hotel. 73
Wanted More boarders on North
Bickford and Clark at $3.50
for board and room. p73
FOUND A sum of money in El
Reno, owner can gel some by
describing money and paying
for this notice. Address E.
M. Auden n, cure Bell
office. . 73
FOR RENT Nice furnished room
for lady and gentleman. Call
at 401 N. Bickford ave'. p73
FOR SALE—At n bargain 3-room
house and 3 lots. See Frank
Marshall at King A; Wiley’s 7-t
FOR RENT—Furnished room at
511 So. Bickford live. p7-l
For your Home-Made
Mince Meat, or for any
use to which you want
to put It.
It’s the height of per-
fection in its line.
It’s 40c per quart bot-
It’s a big quart, too.
We have real Sweet
Cider tha‘s pu--e tor
40c per gallon.
nj POTATOES, still $1 a bu.
| PURE FOOD GROCERS.
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NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Work in the Adoption degree
Wednesday night. All the
Chiefs expected to be present.
Visiting ('liiefs welcome.
ZERO ulsters, the only genuine
storm coat, at
Knights Templar moot to-night
Gospel meeting tonight at the
Christian church. All are in-
Buy Mrs. Austin’s Wheat Food
easily prepared, costs little and is so
good you always want more. At
Sealed bids will be received at tlu
office of The El Reno Wholesale
Grocery Company until 3 o’clock
]). in., Nov. 19th, for the
construction of a two-story brick
store building, plans and specifica-
tions of which may be seen at the
Bids will be received for the
— building complete except the brick,
also on the different parts of the
work as follow:
1st. On all concrete, stone, and
2nd. On all lunmber and carpen-
ter work, metal work, plastering
3rd. On all gravel roofing.
Winter suits for men and boys
at reduced prices.
Col. Forrest is in Texas, on legal
business before thecourts at Paris,
All wool underwear, all sizes.
Don't forget the A. O. 1 . \\.
“smoker” Friday evening,
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110 WOODS' N ST
SOM BART’S DRUG’ STORE
TWO DOORS SOUTH OF
W.BRUCH MANN,I ”gGIVING
DRESS MBKINQ RRRU0RS fit
404 S. Bickford |
Wedding trousseaux, ball room (
and ev ning dresses and
tailor made suits
All work guaranteed and only |
the latest methods used. Plain I1
dress making also solicited. |
MKS, EVA 1). WH11TLE l
SULLIVAN - hOIM
is now open on the European ))j I
— plan- J!
FIRM CLASS j
MEALS AT MEAL HOURS )
Short Orders at all Hours, j)
TsfcIe Board $5 per Week, tu
...Commata'Jon Tickets... )j
$6 OO for *5,00. II
Rooms per day 50c & $1.00 y.j
. 6 to 9. Ill
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6 to 7:30
Special Dinners Served on
iff Breakfast Hours
Dinner Hou**3 .
Sjp rer Hour* ,
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in Prices on all
18, and contin-
out tho week.
\ lir-t, class tailoring c:i!. !,t
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1 Ht 219 . lU-f- ave.'
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51 at 219 S R 1 HVH I |1 H
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Orders tak n now und canfu'ly ho*
lected Turktys bujp.cJ fur
mi «•» you.
Corner Rock Island and bond)*
sts , oue block south couuly court
$1.00 Wrappers~$1.00 Wrappers-
TAILOR-MADE SUITS - - - TAILOR-MADE SUITS.
AT ALL CUT PRICES IN THI5 SALE.
TT\T\’I?V<n Clivnpv (i rn ONE LOT 1-2, AMD ONE LOT 1-3 0FF, ONt LOT 1-4 OFF
11A tv 1 o. jU \ D K 1 tt UJ REMEMBER THE NUMBER 104 SO. BIC K FO R D 3 DOORS
110 ISouth Rock Island Ave. i FROM 1ST NATIONAL BANK.
el reno, o. t. M Rb- HOSHi i i U L3 E,FG
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Simpson, E. J. El Reno Supper Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 75, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 19, 1901, newspaper, November 19, 1901; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc912794/m1/1/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.