El Reno Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 163, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 4, 1902 Page: 4 of 4
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ii-tic*I• >111• • > have just
. I bv ’ , Tailor
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sufhctursd by the
i. Mili. ,t Kl»vato
IT LUNG LAUND.aY,
Ye nrc now located in Annex
f C'u !dt> hotel.
Tin: Li:k Lr.vis Laindky.
ELFItriO MATTRESS CO.
ED BECKER, Prop.
I' pti<•. iterine in all its Mr nicliv.
Mi vr Mattresses Made to Order.
Old Matt!esses Made Over
Expert Furniture Packing
Work Promptly Attended to.
Will eall ami give estimates on work.
FACTORY AN3 RESIDENCE
314. S. EVANS AVE.
Orders left nt <f*-orir»* J*»m**'
(mrlier *liop, No. North
Hick ford nr**nup will ht*
promptly nt tended to.
Thoonly sot of I
p *rs for clipping In
i*ally and without
to itijurt* are at W.
J t.eii to a ic: 1 t;rci!.
.''eacoed with p • ,
. - h bro >\ii a
> i*. Ile wor
«ra the* t\. .> lt_ » cf
li ih were i!
i Unu*d lo be iiajlef, j
tren.« y e;. tt and s'.
' *ri<- (
•! < ply w :. K.t .1 and t
111 •- He wort- .1 l> u? ■ lit c1
n vtrtii vv.tli
i i ■
•1 ' . but £
Vi> j~JL 'AA'vJ
Pp aredby K. 0. De
r t! i : i n fi
K ap * *
Ml ti 11
Mid Ian H Item*.
Midland is all O. K. The splen-
did School House was tilled to its
utmost ca|)acit.v on the nijfht ol
Fob. 22. Miss Mina Jackson the
«'3iuient sehool teacher did honor
to herself and to Washington's
'Memorial. To say tlm program
was a grand success is speakiiijr
mildly. The house was splenclid-
■fy decorated with hunting and
ikirs. Sont;.s, recitations dittlouues
were well rendered all appro-
jwrtuto to the occasion. It was the
--jwr.it of patriotism from start to
liatsli thus touching the pupils
I rue American patriotism.
The wheat is not till killed; with
» jjnod rain it would start up and
-soon spread a beautiful carpet of
Mr. (ieo. lleed’s baby is very
sick with pneumonia.
Owinir to the dry spell Radley's
Stock Sale was not so yood as
Fruit prospects are yoo I, buds
iicjiinniiig to swell.
"lion pain or irritation exists
on any part of the body the ap-
plication of Ballard's Snow Lihi-
snout will y;iro prompt relief.
Price, 25 and 50 cent. At t\ li.
llrop in an 1 - ■ ■ th ■.a.
S.irolium seed, kufllr corn and
millet seed for salent J. K. Joins’
feed store, corner " a le and
There i- probably no disease or
•ondition of the human system
that causes more s'.ili'rinj* and
distress than piles. Tnhler.x's
Buokoyo Pile (tir.iinent cures them
|ui< kly, v. ith 'nt pain or dot mtion
from business. Price, ,r>o in bottles.
Pubes, 75cents. At C. li. Mill
You can leave HI Reno 12:25 a.
m. today via the Rock Island
Route, arrive at Hot Springs,
Ark.. 11:00 p. m. same day and
arrive Memphis, Tenn., 7:10 a. m.,
Birmingham, Ala., 6:4n n. in.,
Chattanooga, Tenn., 0:45 a.
and Atlanta, (hi., 11:30
morrow morning. II.
of iht- collar tpii
C'ou* n “DillV
• » hi* ra mum.
family f.ri ;i Koine
*cet on the library tr. .
the g.r..* gv "i t „lit h. .
ihe extreme. \\ hen . «
'he night the I- -1 war !«
lectivt .* gh of r u i ar. 1
“O, well," aa.d Mr 1
*'it will only toke* a few
io civK.ze Mm. lie' . i
w.th.n h.x well. - "
At tue e»:u ot a in t
no ftigna o: .. j . ven •
to the naked eye Mr
home ir.oi»t enu;; z
t^ken charge of the *. \
rbe store and disp ay«i
handlir.ff the patkera an
out on time. Inc.denU
a b g tr,. an w
of do.r.g bualr.eta. I’.. *
tpl I: af.< i- went **15
lerftTt'd with r
blacked his boots a
e othe. w h a dn
u 1 ji.’ :> win' as informal
lie made the Kdwardf
or.ee. He put hil
, ir *. d on Y.
- .* *. .1 r:. i r z . r
• 11; y re 1 I t
i si.r. v he a veil a co»
i..r i th* m the citj
- M tc. 0%8
a. ni.t to-
(’. Cal la-
th "li.ir* thowei
. that were viaiKi
I !•: a ; r.? <* l rough'
; ...I, u h> irog
lit hail pract.ca..)
ting depariinen: ai
mm ii ,. ly t
! getting the goodl
y, he had "licked"
* 'll < t* 'I to li » waj
* :ar as It is persona1
!” was &tii! incor-
lien hii whiskers ‘.n
, ,*. ur.dN ; he r.erei
stin k to his pet u :ar
n w.«rtli> of a pot om
ne maintained the
ea’.m and cht-erfui - r *(i..usne»s of an
•nfant, wli.it the ie§t i the 1'amiiy suffered
Final > Mr. Kdwaro* took it upon kirns*!.'
• i e
de began by comp.i;:. nting him upon ti i
nrogrf>«i i.» had roa " at the rture, arc
• hen, lielitMte.y a.* po.*:ii>le, Wt-ut on if
't nece«sary for liim : ve up to the pc*i
wd) o( :ir * and personal ap
* t t r< ntnirut
( .ill a’ *dl "i Hick ford avonui*
for hfir^itiii*. iu spctond luind ^oo.ls,
I. II. Wyman, mgr.
To 1k> healtliy, drink * nodn !
whut made from pure distilled j
vigor. S.diafer Bottling ^ ork>\ '
Notice liie brand blown in bottle. |
Phone J of).
A I) VN(iKH SHiNAf,.
\ on Imvi* got a rough and you
don’t worry. i>oiTt you know a
cough i' .somelliiiv/ lerriblrf li
!i ads to consumption and con
>unipiio»i i*< killing thousands.
Better cure that cough, hi ttci
run* it quick-v. (»ct a 2f> ccni
bottle of (iooelTs Mi xican Syrup
No other ri*medy so nice to take*.
s, U - CJeWITT'S Wilch Ha:
For sale by
a i'i «si» a j 'M*- ei *
t! Curtail ihi variety
ii,, : u llial ailicl is injurious.
. .. is out iJ order a: i! nc-tJs
would mean etr.rv’.tlon.
without ii terruptlut? clle< - lien.
Us. Anderson Riggs, bur.ny Lane,
dij> -ii nt years and tried many
I ii i. d K xh i Pyspcpsi; Cure. 1 c.m
' ..boy 11 c ' i w< nt).”
f; Cf*Bi pi CT
;::g. a g poiE^t&'Sa
I • »|«• <• .:.tiili:s 01 * lit;.- i the COc.r'^e^
tor n5 ruin
.: b.iLVk'. lfewaii of co.mtcifeils.
C R. Miller.
J. A. HATCH RTT, II. (’. BUWTTHR,
Ilea. cor. W ikkPoii «n. «t- Hnrkcr/iv<*. IP s brick house 607 S. llarl^r live.
Plioui# No (>7. Phono No. 206.
DRS. HATCHETT & SHUTTLE
()IHco or. Rock l.inml nvn , mid Russ-11 str ot, or r shoo .torn.
Office I'lioiio No. 00.
CRAIN AND STOCKS.
Mav wheat closed today 7tii
May wheat closed yisterlay 76-,1
May corn closed today at (>'. J
THE I.AST HEARD OK IT.
"My little boy took the croup one
ni^bt and soon grew so bad you could
hear him breathe all over the house, I
‘says K. f) Reynolds, Mansfield, ()
“Wefeared lie would die, but a few
doses of One Minute Cough Cure
quickly relieved him and Tie went
to sleep. That’s the last we heard
of tlie croup Now isn't a cough 1
cure like that valuable?" One Min-
ute Cough Cure is absolutely saf.
and acts immediately. For cough*, j
colds, croup, grip, bronchitis an I all
other throat and lung troubles it is u
certain cure Very pleasent to take. ^
The little ones like it. At C R.
" hen you get your clothes
from Kern the Tailor you know
they are all right.
PIANO FOR RKNT.
For Rent, a Jas. P. Fischer
upright piano. Knquire at the
Long Jewelry store.
Choice home cured
hams and breakf^s
bscon and po-e home
rendered lard, cheap
for cash at
J. W, Dix’s Market.
i low (50}.
Stock* Market weak.
(!»►? 01; high
♦’on in the
pc a ranee. "B.it a!! in Milent e.
sr.ii thanked Mr. J a::, - : l.> kindnc«* May corn closed ,\ cstcrdn.V (»1 i
The Edwards girls b-tked up their father » w," . ‘ . 7 - ' .
• b» <1 '' bent jenod .'it • •»- *lu^li
'• • thee make the man” anJ leaving then
• bout where "Btl " .« u'.i be *ure to mi
them. In spite of a ! their efforts there
■vu no impreveraent. "B ll” cont nued tc 1
*.ted th.' ailn.iratio*: • his superiors. H
eontinuetl to «h'«\ all the letined :n
itincts oi the Kdwatos unit y l y Uis uc
routh manner* and
•^o the week* w.rt by end "Bi.IV
e'othes fir, \ reaihc.i & stage where il !
seemed r.ie^ary to . it heroic nieav |
uree. ar ;
l.l .c that he i a u w -u : He obi if:!
orders. He came h m ,• < i.e n.ght w«i r.|
an outfit that xvou.d have made the for
tune of a low corr.t .1 an. In cuior it wa» '
mode.cd artir a cuke u roott cd cuatile soap I
Une oi the troufcera legs had been an.pu j Finn * rOatidGVlC'e property Ol
l ,he.kne’'' I South Macomb, with barn, fruit
i-nng from enlargement of the ihouide* I
b ad s. After one g. i jv- of "BiliV new tri'ivs of all killClS. (fXf*t*llt*ltl <*i>tl*ri
.UI1.the K.iwar.u > s-ve it up. “Bil." a„d every ,.„nvcnicncc. Flimi
" ••• • ntly intended a» a [;ei manent in*
ti (| on They would do the best they c ould | tlirt* will be* sold uho, if dt*si»*fd b\
under th circumatames, und make no-fur*
Borgairts In Realty E*c.
For Sale* Two «/ood lots <>j
I loll* rtvt*. m*xt to ('liristinn Srirnn
26 feot front on ltork IsIuik
iivo. with improvements.
tker effort to accomp ink th * impossible.
Then, ju^t when the* datk c.ouds of de-
ipa r * ii,- t. have -itt «ii down for good j ,«n|e
o'> r the I-, ward * fhii.i y, a bright g earn i
it seemed too good to be true. Then »ud-
«*en.> it w dened, unt iiorn nadir to ;*»niih
-Ii "as light. In tlie short space of tnc
months IJ... was t: u - .rim d into Mr
'N • ■*m I .J < i i i- I-.' ' - i\ ,. • » nuins
ergravid on >.u . h » ihum . .n pa r i
r and his. guniirnts ot « d
Also, have good
.:<<n of the
> ;0l a
. hi « rc'ii' < q
A-* a matte r ui
do " :ii. An
.'• «a use » t i; u :.
K.iupiire of MVh. I. F. Kt4H ai
residence; or call tU Bell olHcc foi
i‘.... ii \.
■ "g i>) i -
'I !..- v
RV1 subscriptions for the Bell
wrill be paid at this o fice until
Call af the Chicago Millinery |
and see the tine display of ready |
Jo wear street huts selected by j
^lrs. May.eiui (iriilin while in tic
Palace’’ has already
si familiar name with
shojp'i's. They know
lh.it bargains in shoes ean he
found there always.
* k mu 1:
M. I*. 11;11111 th • rj luibli* Mil I ur-
conmioduling owner of transfer
la* found at his old
stand on Bonehrakr’s coi ner,
eept when busy. (food.
Til II Wh*
n it f.in*
' - •
i. iivy and Iu»
some i a: c wood, ar.<
• a lid In a vy crook o
< xperi*:r.ce v\. 1
Hast, she Inn ing just returned, j
wnd ean show you the very latest
■styles from Chicago, St. Louis
:tnd Kansas City.
Roberts A House have opened
iifi their new Meat Market at1
*215 South Bickford sue., and)
would be pleas'd to have their
friends, and old an 1 new custom.
« r give them a call. Telephone tM-
All sires from I t to l'.ij fog sn|,.
l y O. L. Richards,
205 South Rock Island Ave.
packages deliver.' I promptly
carefully. When toil hale any
hauling yon wish done don't for-
get Mr. 11 and.
Send your subscript on- to the
Bi ll otUee. The Kvcuing Bell .5
c mis per month.
Dcn't miss Kelso's in?ci 1
muslin underwear sale March
4th, 5th, 6th and 7th only.
It gives an air of elegance, and
ladies or gentlemen are not in
j fuii-liod form without an appro-
priate perfume. Our Imperial
| Violet is an elegant and n lined
o.lor. Rhoades l>ru;< Store.
Most pf* p (*
that a pit 1 wan r. >pi.n«
nl tiuit-fo million mm
fact, a tfiri c.,il noth:i.>
accidental uoiVi e ia w,
Thf Hiiwanin fami •
Who iiV.'ti It, Si w Y, ii .
a ( bu<tn *1 . i •
his neph. v s am! nu*-; -
happent«l t.» hrui- tha: '
riilion to t l.e f-mily.
name went •.»i he i 'hr:*
the * ox " i- r.fioned .tii
* .•« fi uru! a line go cl !:
w.ih "Wil.iam < . K<
•ar.ey ‘<i:pt on the K.c
Tic Ni " Voik urn-
bought the be*t of
m c hrisimit* j»: t nts
iitvv uin.iic.la ">* a n,
»f furniture. The silk
'.rout, the stick was ot
the head a mass'v
.cold. “Bill s" previo
uinbrel!X» hail been c\trcme!y
id d-way# gon oi , ncip t rail
*as ctlct ma) h veg ,
v*oy» grow faster. 'Die mere feel of th. |
rew uru bit .» in hs hand oppn-,-i.i hin.
But (t "a> by far ther. : . *t and n i,.-t va.u
• • •' - -■ -• ■ n dut*
bound to carry it. I hi firat night * hi n hi
came honv* from the store it was not leer
A id had hit
The next morning he shaved l*for*
breakfast, and the lamiy a most sh.v
cred "ith cpprohetisii.n. A wuk lat i
fashionable tii or adrlnsocd to “WilKatu
( . I • i
peatvd "caring kid g.ovts, and before ioio*
he had become a conib ,*m ur in neckties an !
a critic of high art elLcts in fancy shirtings
ile got to staying out late two evsninga c
week, and tlie Edwards girls diucovered
alter considerable amateur dcicctive work
that he was actually attending dancing
school. Or.e evening Mrs. Edward* noticed
tn the newspaper that William < larence Ed*
wards had been elected a member of the cx
elusive “Saracen” club, and that brought
matters to a climax.
“What has come over Cousin ‘Bill?* ” shi
Liked of lur husband, with almost teariu
"My deni," answered the « k> man, "tha*
h i up ti
r l.mkf. h **-Cilicagl
Nervous children ave almosl
always thin eitildren. The "out-
door-hoy” is seldom nervous,
j White’s Cream \ ermifnge i- rhi
' best preventixe of nervousness.
: It strengthens the system and
! assisis to that sort of flesh, which
i creates strength and power oi
! endurenee. Brice, 25 cents.
k\ R. Miller.
The partnership here ofore ex-
1 isting between Fred Seal s and II.
• W. Cheney of the Iowa Land and
; Loan Co. has is-eti by mutual eon-
j sent dissolved. '1 h > business
eontinue' under nmuagenint and
i control of Fred Sears, Mr. Cheney
reliving. (>lli • ■ of lli" Iowa Land
and Loan Co. remains at present
(pmrters in tin* Sombnrt block.
II. W. Ciii:m:t.
F.l Reno, Fell. 10 1002.
Come mi \ get your measure
taken for a pair of those line calf
AO.50 sho vs at l’ei’e •son’s Shoe
Shop Opposite Fire Bell.
that cold LtdUv'd auk umbrella.’'
O L. RICHARDS
Still pays the highest price for
aerond hand goods, 2 >5 S. Rock
BALK, IT NY CI1ILDRKN.
If a child lias a had smelling
breath, if it habitually picks its
nose, if it is cross and nervous, if
:t does not sleep soundly, If it is
hollow-eyed, if it has a pale,
bloodless complexion, if it is grow-
ing thin and lifeless, give it
.Mother's Worm Syrup and you
will remove the cause of its dis-
tress quickly. Then will its little
cheeks get red and rosy, its nppe-
ite and digestion improve, and its
health he better. Brice only 25
•cuts. No other worm killer so
Seed! Seed! Seed!
Grass seed, garden and field and
flowerseed fr< shundevery package
Call at the old reliable and ex-
clusive seed house.
Shaw .C Kistzucy.
No. 114 S. Bickford ave.
BILK-INK CFKKS BILKS!
Money refunded if it ever fails.
Moore's Pilules are a guaranteed
aure for all forms of Malaria. Ague,
j Chills and Fever, Swamp Fever,
Malarial Fever, Bilious Fever, Jam -
ilice. Biliousness, fetid breath ami a
j tired, listless feeling. They cure
Rheumatism anti tlie lassitute
; following blood poison produced
f om malarial poisoning. No Quin-
ine No Arsenic, Acids or Iron. Do
j not ruin stomach or teeth Entire-
ly tasteless Price. 6uc p r hox. Dr.
O. C. Mooro Co , No. 810 North Main
Street St, I.ouis, Mo. For sale by
C. It. Miller.
CHOICE MEATS AT ALL TIMES.
CHOICE GAME IN SEASON.
CHOICE OYSTERS, FISH AND CELERY.
The Rock Island Meat Market.
Orders promptly delivered
Strictest attention given to orders by 'Phone
'Phone No 204
Remember the place—Rock Island 'v \ri';C
Remember the 'Phone—No 204
218 So. Rock island Ave
Spring Time Comes
A big supply of BABY CARRIAGES and the
lies', liueot ]' URN I I'I RE in the Territory at
the Furnitrre and Undertaking establishment ot
EL RENO, O. T.
McDonald, Ga., July 18 1900
so evpir jmljoring woman to tak’o Wine
dui. Whilo I was going with my other
I advfso cvp
find My huhbttiMl thin’k.s wTno . f i : r.l,ii"ii
Mm best medicine in the world, lit tub- a
doso of Thedforil’H Hlacic-Draught every u,Jbt
an.I K'V'-s Nome to tli- elnldreu. He Hu*
lost IL dnv from work t‘* .......- *• 1 *
out your won
and given ------- VI1
There arc thousand! of women who shrink
In terror ,t the thought of the baby', coming.
But childbirth is one of the workings of Nature
nnd it was not Intended fo imply 'torture nnd
ngony to the heroic mothers of the race The
woman who suffers toiturc during pregnancy
mUon, Injured (he organ, which li'hio!
Irregularities leads to ovarian pains, dlirg of the wnmh AnH i "cnV,ual
and the period of pregnancy 1. neiessari^ dis'm .,^7 „T.r
tions. Wine of Cardul will regulate th« menstrual lu..,l,„n „ I
eventually make the generative organs atroog and hctllhv Pol ‘ V "a
childbirth have no terrors lor the woman who lakes this i.vrt Wine8 a"^ “d
healthy womb will I...... |„ ......... hunlen to'n,.tiZl "•11,0/'?^
pain. A healthy woman need not fear chili" ,r'h kv,, 1/ little or no
cur,, all these trouble, familiarly km , • rmale dT.e ".n,ul' completely
•ensinve g, iterative organ. l„, .... , , “J ^P*
moUter much pain and .off.,,,,, Ak dn.ggl.,, j; «0 h ' Mvt «V
IU I aVdtlAe,,.
( lUelUlftiHilf*. Twin,
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