El Reno Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 163, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 4, 1902 Page: 2 of 4
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EL RENO EVENING BELL
EL RENO SUPPER BELL.
_.contract* luive Ivon closed for our
complete equipment, and we are
Daily, per annum, mailed.. ,$d.00 . . , .
,, ... pleasea to state that no money has
six months, ... a.00
“ one *» •* been spared in the purchase of
“ “ week, delivered.. 10 j machinery, the lest and most
Weekly, per annum........ 75 modern type of everything hav-
Our president and manager have GoiflS?
just returned from the east where ** O
Just, to make it interesting we will put on sale all
Kick! The Bell wants you to
kick if you don’t get the Bell.
From March 1, the subscrip-
tion price of the Evening Bell
will be 25 cents per month. A
subscription li't of 500 is pretty
fair for a city of this size, but the
Bell will not be satisfied with less
than 1200. Many have refused
to pay 40 cents a month, and say
they are willing and anxious to
pay 25 cents a month. The op-
portunity is now given them.
During the next few weeks the
Bell will send out each day sev-
eral hundred extra copies so that
every porti >n of the city may be
Frank Hensley has been ap-
pointed to a position in the rail-
road mail service with a run from
Caldwell to Hush Springs. The
Bell congratulates Frank on his
appointment, and his friends will
In* glnd to hear of it.
Two experienced dining room
girls and one first-class cook
wanted at the Sullivan House.
None other need apply. Call at
N. F. Perry has entirely recovered
from his recent sick spell.
The I). O. E. S., a new organi-
zation, will give their first public
entertainment at Masonic hall,
Friday evening, March 7. There
will be games of all kinds, with
the “dough” included. Refresh-
ments served. Admission 10
cents. Come everybody.
Gus Sun’s world famous min-
Ed. Batt is visiting the new
counties in company with his
father-in-law, with a view of pur-
chasing a claim.
oig been selected.
We trust our friends will bear
with us for the short period be-
tween now and the time when our
new plant can he placed in oper-
ation, which we hope will he with-
in the next ninety days. Bending
this it will be our constant en*
deavor to maintain as good ser-
vice as is possible with the old
A new arirWiture was purchas'd
in Chicago to replace the one
burned out a few days ago and
we expect to have it in place in a
very short time.
ll wiil he the policy of tin
the following* goods for two weeks only:
All ?12..)0 Tailor Suits for *1".""
All $ltj.50 >uits for fl4.5o.
All our fd.oo special line skirts at •S’.oo.
100 pairs Hamilton Brown'** N-. \ > -jn>c> I buttoned! at $2.00. These are the shot's advertised m ad
the fashion journals at $2.7>o.
Any cloak or far in the house it the manufacturer’s cost.
One lot of ribbons at pretty near your own price.
All white wool blankets at big reductions.
A window full of samples of flannelette Towns and sleeping -'lit' at cost.
Our muslin underwear sale is in full blast. At 12' *. 2!tc; ,V.tc, 70c and $1. 1" per garment.
These i al u< s are !’< )S1TI V El.Y 111 F. B11" 1 ever < >11',-red the people. \ persona I inspection will
coni inee yon.
W e s,*ll the BEK I' full seamless hose for ladies at 10c a pair ever offered. ()ur Ii:i — of "Black
( at and " I’opsy'' hose have n > equals. We have them in all tin- popular weaves.
Don t you forget this, that our carpets an l rug* are the BES T VALLES and .>: ■!t. ■ I 1 gus of-
f< red m the city. Fortiers and laee curtains constantly in stock. W ndow I - and u.attings.
Prompt delivery of all purchases.
GRGWE MERCANTILE COMPANY'S STORE
See 'Em, i
113 and 114. North Bickford Avenue
Miss Hazel Kirk has accepted a
company to give close attention to I,0**tion with 'lie Ulobe S ore and
.i,„ .... * . .a will 1»live charge of the millinerv
the wants of our patrons at all
department Miss Kir i has I, , n in
times, and we will bo very glad , , ,, ,
• ” charge of the swell New 5 ork
to meet any of our customers and Mmjn..rv establishment at Hot
give courteous considerate n to Springs, and emu, -, with the v> r.v
any complaint. We would ask highest recoinmod irioiis islu* h i'
our patrons to kindly consider J,lst gotten i>ac i from tie* Led rn
, i i • irmrefits w ktp ^hiiersDii.iUv
our position, and we take tin*
i selected the fine millinerv at ms 4
means of assuring you that \v< , . , ,, ... , . ‘
which the Globe .Store 14 now re-
tiro wasting no time in huilding it fceiving. Annoimccim-nf f«»r rln*
now plant. Our machinery i Spring opening will he m .do 1 iter
now being manufactured for u
and we will have our power housi Secd lrish Pota,oes
ready to receive it us so m as i. | W'* ,mv" tw‘* '",r Ulds ,,f S"'d
can be delivered here. j ,risil s* 'vllil!h »»'« now
Respectfully. out; Northern Early Ohio
$2.00 Men s Shoes
$10 Suits for $5. y
$1 Shirts for5oc.
SHORTEST AND BEST WAY
HOT SPRINGS. ARKANSAS
the World's Fdmous Health Resort.
TWO FAST TRAINS DAILY
Texas, Oklahoma, Indian
Territory and The West.
0. L. Richards.
205 South R. I. Avo.
Ei. Kr.No Light & Fount Co
md Northern Early R >se. Fieu
•ee us before buying, as we wi
make you prices.
El. Kkx< > h r (' iai. (’o.
( hair Cars
On All Trains.
Prof, Sc idea berg has all nr~
rangements made for Ins burial
next Monday, The coffin is ready
and the shaft prepared. He'll
certainly do as he promises.
Tom Jackson is at < ’ irde'l wi tli
the district court force.
The clouds were mighty pretty
last night, but n > rain wu* on
This day with its flurry an I
spits of snow, old, dust an 1 wind
is anything but pleasnnt. „ _
To C»l foriia.
Sum Tannehanm will I.* a can From March ”, 1:io2 mdlil
d'date for the Republic in mm \pril 30, the Great R..ek Isiaiul
nation for th • territorial e.u.-il, „*;||S(.|| tickets to Los Angeles
T rank ( ’lute has ju-t orgmiz
Rev. Anderson will pre.-i *h to-
night at the Christian ( imrch on
| “Why l'ie World is not LY-
Coin Minincr Go.
CAFiTAL STOCK S1CO.OCO.OO.
find Ileadi|ii:iner.s Wildman,
IS* KHR RICK
Onic- open day l%n ni^lit.
Picture frnmcs and mats cut to-
All work done neatly and promptly.
Corner R. I. Ave and Russell St.
a K >d.M 'ii's Id |g • at
oil charter members.
Minstrels t might.
md to San Eraie i-eo at rate of
$25.00. For further particulars
and informntien call on
II. C. Cam mian. Agent.
The cotupanv is now ready to ur.noiiiK-c it- readmes.' for
business. si pi, of stock are flow offered at 5u cents
mi the dollar. Tie........... nei Is n ney for dei lot
"lent purposes. The mini ml lands
company. The u»avs run from s
money for develop
are owned by the
'75 to $057.b0 per
Contracts are being let for fou. j Glw Sl|1|*s Min>tl.,.| ,mlu| BttVC n
Hcintzelmans will sell new, and
second hand furniture and cook
stoves on the installment plan,
and the second hand goods os part
]Miy. Two doors north of Kcrfoot
Tho Minstrel Show.
“GusSun's Minstrels were greet-
ed with a large and enthusiastic
audience at the Dorrjs theater
last night, and fun reigned fast
and furious from the rise to the
fall of the curtain.
Many new features were in-
troduced during the first part.
The solo singing was exceptionally
fine. Among the best were the
Solos of A1 D. Weston, who is
without doubt the best baritone
heard here with any minstrels.
The basso, E. W. Chipman sang
finely. The buck and wing danc-
ing of Jimmy Nugent was by far
the decided hit of the first part.
During the specialty part of the
programme especial mention
should be made of the rag-time
dancing of Ivresko and Lynch,
who showed the Fhoenix patrons
of shows what was needed to oon-
Tiilse an audience with laughter,
Sam Dram* was easily the best
monologist that has appeared
here, and at any time he will he a
Mr. Sun himself made a strong
hit with the audience in his jug-
The (ins Sun minstrels will be
anxiously looked forin the future."
The Minstrels will be h re March
4 th at opera house.
two-story brick buildings on the
west side of Bickford avenue, be
tween Woodson and Russell
streets, which will be put up by
T. J. Stewart and J. A LaBryer:
the first named building one and
Mr. LaBryer the other three.
Architect Miller ha- prepared tin
fine street concert today.
''patera in every style nt
GEESE AS PROFHETS.
Itmirk* I pan the Fonl ltrliiK Dowa
Reproach l pon the I'urTejor
WRITE FOR OTHER INFORMATION AND PARTICULAR.STC
MANAGER GOLD COIN MINING COMPANY, WILCMAN, C.T
R. C. MORROW
MY GOODS, U.OTin.YG.
Hats, Furnishings, Notions,
Those who wish to contrihuti
As a tali man was standing in Broad- ' a|| v
rhe All house r-Blisch I'nmptiti.Y lookingat the weather vancon the
has plans and specifications nil I Herald buildins and casting searching
prepared for a new two-story
glances among the clouds above, a Nr\A/ mam
• barp featured man. with o settled ixt-W IY1AM
brick iHiildine ............ ol i tfjga&’&X'Sr&Si ..........1 l"‘"J *...... "'
Bickford uvonuo and Kussidl *€arch^n^!'» the New York Herald. I. H. No.v'limn, 21> S. Bi< kfor<i
1 “Promise of a tin«\ lonir, open fail,** .
^ on can help anyone whom you
to the McKinley Memorial fund find suffering from inflamed
may send contribution- to Ibn F. throat: laryngeal trouble, bronch-
E. Gillett, or call on him pi -on- ilis. coughs.....Ids, etc., by advis-
ing tin- use of Ballard's Horse
hound Syrup: thegeat remedy for
coughs mid colds, l’ricc, 25 and
........Ys. At R. Miller.
streets, the lO.-ner now occupied
by the Turf Saloon.
The new t >wn of Cement
on the Frisco, located about 1'
• aid the sharp-featured man.
The other paid no attention to tho
remark, hut continued his observa-
“Not many signs of w in ter vet.” con-
tinued t he speaker, “and it will be some
-'»i""" "i lb-...........
Ana larko. Cliiekaslia and Apache. ! < annda- anrI the " *' i;t'i'-e up ih-re
, . , ... prophesy n longand phasant autumn,
lifts been platted and the o|M>ning j They were stt.i sen : in their EiimnuT
sale will b‘gin on Thursdav. thei1!'a.r,er' "h,.n 1 ";,s ,hrr(’-
P*'in? anv signs cwf preparations for
htll. 1 ho towns is Imaut ifullx going south. These irresu are usual’.
, •; i , , right in their foi
'V,U <’f precious few mistakes. No u ,
Frisco's favorites. The country -""king for cold ther net ai r
-. — c. K.-.nr.s
Cop-. niOHTi; <lc.
surrounding it is heavily woo led
yvith oak and yvaln.it, and in the
immediate vicinity are dripping
springs and sulphur water. On
tlie elevated butte, Spindle Top.
are sites for hotels and summer
resorts which yvill he utilized in
milking the town and vicinity tin*
greatest summer resort in the en-
A rrr.t'P n ak*!r «•"* I'ei-pr’ •> nrr
( il.-kly iwt’ertHin our «>| " fn « \ . .»r an
•titbin I* pr» b- 'ilv V -tnh>. ('■ 'll MU-o.-M-
- Rfri.'tly r.MitlrlFi M 1. 11 ;!• -oliftn
. »*1 L**: ngoi ?• ■ ■ *n i-g pair
to wra- for *•::* .-"lUidcntiul U-tii-r btfori ap-
plying for patent; it may bt worth money.
We promptly obtain U. 8, and Foreign
^TRAOB MARKS er return EN-
TIRE skeu h
the best legal
Chargt i are mod
“Their reputation." answered th?
tall man, without di'liig his eye fr>'rr
the weather vane. “npp. ars to have It
oil the (fffse in the country int-
As he concluded he turned on/i
walked away. Tie sharp-featurotl
man stood for some time, as though
not quite understn: v the remark.
. re< • ir«
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i <<f tiiir r
service and advice, umi
derate. Try us.
SWIFT & C0„
Opp. U.S. Patent Office.Washington. D.C.
Wall Paper, Window Shades.
CLERK'S WISE St'titlES TION.
"1 have lately been much trouble..I
with dyspepsia, belching mid sour
stomach,” w rites M S. Mead, lead-
ing pharmacist of Attleboro. Ma-s.
“1 could eat hardly anything with- /
out suffering sevora hours My i
clerk suggested [ try Kodol Dyspej -
sia Cure which I did with nm-t
liapi>.- results. 1 have had no nion
trontile and when isie can go to eat-
ing mince pie, cheese, cand.v and
nuts after such a time, their dig, K \S
tion must he pretty good I endorse
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure heartily. -
j 5 on don’t have- to diet Eat all tl,,.
I good food you want hut don’t oy. r
jlicid the stomach. Kodol Dyspepsia,
j Cure digests your food. At C It
(> L. Riclnirds has a big stock
<d men's shirts just received;
"'Li to and colored. Size- 14
v viii . 4 J i* w
Cot56,Br--: - fisw York
>tt. i». c.
iliildT Piuj Store.
t Qw u*lnn of *. r|
Architec -\ve*\e tctlled ; bout tha
itbign for the dravv ’- j-uc . Now, as
to the study; Lew do you want that
I • Nurcx—I reen fu a newspaper once
Llevon more subscribers to!av iivmt a x In i. K ana wi.i:*- tl r
i- ll‘" «>■»“■» »"'|. rr'.-’^tnSIS'.iSVSS.
granch office, g3F^ W;- F;
CLrtHK ei BOYS.
HA W V EH ;
Rooms 5, 0 and 7,
. MVi:ii HIM Kllni! Twit | l 1 j 1 .
I licie is in, more agonizing tr aide
j ,! l; idh's. Tlie constant itching
i I'lirning make life into!, raid, .
j N'o ]*<>.-*iti>>ii is comfortable. The
I .-'11*■ is i'i.i*i :isi11g I), Witfs Witch
, U.azel Salve cures piles t once. K,.r
’urity in Drugs and Accuracy 'l-!!\«,i''-uses. cuts. hums, bruises,
in Compounding. " 'n'** ,’1’ "(Hinds ii is uncqtinlledJ
s- <” rail St. Caul. Ark., says:
--- j "1 rom Is!).") I sutr. red with the pro-
truding, bleeding piles and could
■ you need the best in the ,i"'1 nothing to help tne until 1 us, d
drug line you'll f;nd it at Y' 'Witt's Witch .liar. I Snlv,
few boxes completely cured me.
i 1’eware of counterfeits. At C.
Miller’s Dm? .1!
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Simpson, E. J. El Reno Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 163, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 4, 1902, newspaper, March 4, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc912859/m1/2/: accessed January 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.