El Reno Supper Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 75, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 19, 1901 Page: 4 of 4
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Recent Ru trigs of the Seeetary
of the Interior Uoon Public
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’Washington, D,C.,Nuv. 10—It has
been remarked that though the an a
of the public lauds disposed of dur-
ing flic past year, e ding June 30,
1001, aggregated, as stated in last
week’s Issue, more than fifteen and a
half million acres, the Commissioner
of tlie Laud ofllee reports an acreage
subject, to appropriation of approxi-
mately nine hundred and seventeen
million acres, hut throe million acres
less than that classified as unap-
propriated in his report of one year
ago. This apparent inconsistency is
to be explained by the increase of
the public domain during llic year,
June 30, 11)00 to Juno 30, 1901, by the
opening of reservations, relinquish
meats an I cancellations of existing
entries and correct ions of survey,
the laltor particular! in the Terri-
tory of Alaska.
a final decision was rendered on
November !th in (lie case of 1’. I,.
Clay vs. William Drown, coining up
from the I'erry land district, a ease
which has been pending before tile
Land office since 1895. Clay filed
• n dor t |
. . THE DUX-$3.50., ,,rr
( Manufactured especially, fey us.
■W Chicago for the Jnf^n»<jfnal Tlmy are built by the best .shoi}-
' Livestock Association. [makers in the East. Correct iu
- style, perfect in tit, and as to
On December 1st, 2d and 3d. their wearing qualities we guur-
from Kansas and Nebraska, „„d nntec every pair to give satisfac-
December 1st and 2d from Okla- tion or money refunded
homa and Indian Territories, the
(irent Rock Island Route will sell
excursion tickets to Chicago at
rate of one fare plus $2.(10 for
round trip, with final return limit
leaving Chicago December H, 11)01.
These reduced rates give a splendid
opportunity for a cheap trip to
Chicago to attend this grout Exposi-
tion which iu interest and in the
number and excellence of exhibits
will surpass any of its kind ever
held. For full information consult
nearest Rock Island ticket agent,
K. A\r. Thompson,
Asst. (Jen"I Pass. Agt.,Topeka Kas.
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HOU R CLKANINfi. ETC.
IL u-p and carpel, cleani> e, and car
eels pu' linwn iu hhi lafactnr. manner
\ 11 work gnaiHn'erd Onbrs left al
Dell ollie.. will lie t lumpily attended
to. I'uHpeoi fully
I> vii> Hill
kind you want
Huy a suit of
contest against Brown's entry made ranted All \\ ool underwear, $2.nil.
in January, 1894, alleging that il was ! THE PROGRESS,
made under an agreement with one
Coley that he would convey to Coley
one-half of the land when title from
the government had been acquired.
The local offices found in favor of
the defendant Drown, and recoin-
FkIKND & lil.KVIN.S.
CHOCTAW CHANGE OF TIME
On and hbei Si pi. 29 lie Ciiociaw
Kuule trains will less- the El Kean
depot He follow s:
i ruin No 2, e inbound, 8:45 p m.
'I rHin No. 4. es-tnoun . 8:13 4. m.
Traill No 1 we«ih n"d, 7:10 « m.
Trail No. 3 weM tamed, r:30 p. m.
Traill No. 1 runs lino u il to Sayre
mMead of kh herit' fore to Weilher-
ford, nnd tiaui to 2 will 'cave Sayre
at 3:50 p m.
■ ■'THE PURGE TO BUY,
Call at The Racket Store for bot-} j
tom prices on Qu&ensWafe.'^Tili- R
ware, Towels, Hosiery, Stationery
Toys and Soap. Come and see us.
115 fi ROCK ISLAND AVE.
Co b - in my new K c'r Island avenue store by
TH ANKSGD'INC, DflV
In Hie m antime my Blends will tiud me at old aland, corner Dick*
f rial nue and Hassell st.
greatest $3.50 shoe on I
!• uir.Ni> it Bi.kvins.
WOMEN AND JEWELS.
Jewels, candy, flowers, man—that
is theordcrof a woman’s preferences.
Jewels form a magnet of mighty
p wer to the average woman. Even
Have you tried Jackson
delicious fruit cake (
I Imf greatest of all jewels, health, is
often ruined in the strenuous efforts
to make or save the money to pur-
chase them. If a woman will risk
her health to gel a coveted gem, then
let her fortify herself against the in-
sidIIOUS consequeiiei s of coughs,
colds and bronchial affections by
the regular use of Dr. Boschee’s
(lernian Syrup. It will promptly
i i<,ht arrest consumption in itseaily stages
and heal the nffeeti d lungs and
hronehial tubes and drive the dread
disease from I he system. It is not a
cure-all, but it is a certain cure for
coughs, colds and all bronchial
troubles. You can get Dr. (i. (i.
Green's reliable remedies at C. If.
Get Green’s Special Almanac.
D It A I N-EOOI) NONSENSE.
Another ridiculous food fad has
mended that the contest he dismiss- l.'EVh'r.'ri"ios.''*1 'WiVv'have °dispebed
**ii to tho Commissioner and In* re- tin* silly notion that oid kind of food
. Al . ,4,, til- • is needed for brain, another for niu-
versed (ho local ollice, holding scles, and still another for bones. A
Brown s entry for cancellation.. correct. diet will not only nourish a
, . i . , | particular part of the bodv< hut it
Blown appealed to the Secretary, will sustain every other part. Vet,
and this office on July 14, 1899, a 111- however good your food may he, its
... .... I nutriment is deatroved hv indigos-
•rmed the Returnot the Commissioner , Honor dyspepsia. You must prep ire
Brown tiled motion for review,' f°r their appearnnee or prevent their
coming by taking regular doses of
winch win denied on October 23, Green's August Flower, the favorite
1899, and motion tor rehearing, which uidieine of the healthy millions.
. , ,, , A few eloess aids digestion, stiiim-
w .is denied on February 11MM). His lat<*s the liver to healthy action,
second motion for rehearing has purities the blood, and makes you
led buoyant and vigorous. You can
j 1st been denied. The groundsalleg- get Dr G. G. Green’s reliable re-
medies at (’. It. Miller's
I as a basis for rehearing was that
(he Notary Public before whom a
part of (May’s testimony was taken
was a brotlier-iu law of 1.is father-
in-law, and that he had conspired
with (May to procure false testi-
mony. The Seel'd ary failed lo re-
<•0 ni/.e the relationship to tho
claimant as near enough todisquali-
fy the ollleer to attest the testimony,
and as it was not charged that tho
testimony was not reported as given,
and an Brown made no showing that
ho could produce testimony in
addition to that already given by
him, (lie reheating was again denied.
in the ease of l’eter \V. Mourer vs.
Ernest Witferninn and Herbert A.
Duncan, the Secretary holds Ilia' if
pending a eon est tho defendant
files n roiiuquishment of tin* land
and a third p rty enters it, and it
can he positively shown that tho
relinquishment was not caused or
influenced by tiie pending contest,
the contestant is not entitled to any
preference right to enter and the
third party is valid. This is an ex-
ception to t lie rule generally appli-
cable in such cases, that when a re-
linquishment is filed pending a
contest, it is to he deemed a termin-
ation resulting from the contest, and
the contestant is entitled to his
thirty days preference right of entry
as if the Land ofllee had made can-
cellation is carrying into etl'ect a
decision in his favor.
In the enso of Genevieve Thomp-
son vs. Annie 8 reder coming from
the Alva district, the Secretary lias
dismissed tho appeal of Florentine
HhulU, heir of the defendant, and
sustained the decision of the Com-
missioner in cancelling libs entry.
Ralston & Smnoxs,
Attorneys and Counsellore at Law,
JJoiul Building, Washington, D. C.
Get Green’s Special Almanac.
THE REST DENTISTRY
at tlie lowest price*. Try me.
All cement fillings, 25c.
Silver fillings, 60c and- up.
Other work in proportion.
Du. (J. S. Milled,
On corner south of 1’. O.
El Reno wiii boom from
this time on. EachcDiy
tack from the
those who a»e
not satisfied with look
6f things in the new
couty, but anxious to
settls in Oklahoma.
The El Reno
ty on reasonable terms
E. J. SIMPSON,
A. H. ROWLEY.
J. W MCCOOL.
113 N. BICKFORD - EL RENO
Is going’ to move to first
door south of the First
National bank about the
2( tli of November. Re-
duced prices on all trim-
med hats until we move.
Mrs. G. P. Wattson, El Reno
co TO FULLER & FULLER’S
Best Bargain Store
----IN EL RENO----
closing out DRY GOODS, HATS, SHOES
Notions and Indian Goods.
n. C. MORROW
D Y GOODS, CLOTHING,
Hats, Furnishings, Notions,
Wall Paper, Window Shades.
Manager nf tv New York cleaning j
shop at 20’* So. Kook 1-1'tnd nve., con-
ducts onu of tb» best repairing, denn-
ing and pressing shops in Ei 11“no.
Uarmenta handle t by him )i>>k just,
Millers Drill: Store.
fiifs il! mu'
Where will you
go for the Best
1 owest Prices?
Go to the Establishment
J:A. P BA R H Y —
UO South Blcktord-ave I
Phone B8 I
Purity i'i Trugs end Accuracy
you need the best in the
drjg line you'll find it at
Hiller’s Dm? Store.
GAA 8 AND STOoKti.
May wheat, closed today 75}
May wheal closed yesterday at
May corn closed today at t!23
May corn closed yesterday at
The National Live Stock exposition,
at Chicago. Nov 30 D c. 7, 1901. An-
null convention National L ve Stock
Hs-oeiation >.t Chicago Dee 3 6. For
lie above occas'ons the Great, Kork
I-iand will in ike a rata of $25 for the
round trip Tickets on sale Dee. 1 and
2. Iteturu iimi Dec. 9 1901.
F'U ULRR 8c FULLER’
)2J North Bickford Avenue, Acmes Ir.uu Kiarf.iot H>tel
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§ ....AGENCY FOR....
PALACE STEAM LAUNDRY
£ 116 CHOCTAW AVE.
Baskets leave heie Mondaysand Wednes-
^ days, coming back Wednesdays and
I FIRST (LASS WORK GUARANTEED
U Lace Curtains and Fine Woolen Goods a Specialty.
G J PERRY.
CONTEN’’ MENT IS
BETTER THAN RICHES.”
Pul D m is eo cot el il u'ee—bee st.ill
sr no eh if Hie animal in him—that
i.r i leti'ment dei ends m I a htile upon
keloid To ur ke a mail thoroughly
(lifit'il id vvi'h Ms Ue and lot. giv'a
I m liiid made firm n i uldy or ill
I leprred flour. Wiite •‘contentment"
3i. his fact by bakii g erilj “El Reno’s
Him" fl< ur Always pine and made
v. i!h eaie fiom tlie beat wheat.
EL Reno Mill&Eli valor Co
FURNITURE and UNDERTAKING
miiivi u uiun )JiuiV» Stocks lower.
| 3. Keturn limit Dec, 9 1901.
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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/m1/4/: accessed October 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.