El Reno Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 93, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 13, 1902 Page: 1 of 4
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ElReko Evening Bell.
EL RENO. OKLAHOMA, DECEMBER 13 1902.
Fifty Years the Standard
Oklahoma's Grandest Jewelry
Establishment Lowest Priced
House in El Reno for Fine Goods.
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AVe have some Rare Values in
Diamond Sleeve Huttons
Diamond Watch Cases
Our Prices cannot be be it on Watches.
American makes in the following
We have the best
Solid Gold Cases
25-.vear Boss Cases
20-year Boss Cases
25-y ear Crescent Cases
20-year Crescent Cases
j 20 and 26-year Fays Cases
,20 and 25-year Ciown Cases
I 20 and 25-year \\ allham Cases
Highest Honors World’s Fair.
Highest Tests U. S. Gov’t Chemists
1*. S. Bartlett Waltham
Lady Waltham and all the
B. W Raymond Elgin
(i. M. Wheeler Elgin, and
most all the 7, 15 and 17
“Moths” and “Under Two
Flags” were Ouida's great dra-
matic successes, but “Lord Strath-
nore” promises to outclass them
ith. Mr. David Traitel had a
•sion of Ouida’s “Strathmore”,
itructed and it has met with
lie approval from the very
t. It is what is termed a
•, oblem play” of the modern
. e, full of strong dramatic pic-
es, teaches a moral lesson and
he same time is elevating to the
,ii..id. The production was made
without regard to cost, with five
acts of b'uutiful scehery, tapestry
hangings, and with attention to
every detail. The company vs a
large one and a competent one
with Virginia Drew Prescott in
the principal character of Lady
Vavasour, together with a sup-
porting company that would do
credit to a metropolitan Broadway
audience. This attraction will ap-
pear at the opera house Monday,
kinds at Jackson Bros. Call
and get your supply for Su
Will buy a good second
safe in good condition. Ap
Solid Gold and best Filled Chains.
Bigney’s Chains 1 C. A. Marsh & Co.’s Chains
Simmon’s Chains 1 11. F. B. & Co.’s Coains
We handle only Gorham’s am
Solid Silver Knives
Solid Silver Spoons
Soli, Silver Forks
Solid Silver Salt Sets
Solid Silver Bon Bon
Solid Silver Chatalaine Bags
1 other High-Grade Silverware.
Solid Silver Manicure Sets
Solid Silver Headed Canes
Solie Silver Hair Brushes
Solid Silver Mirrors
Solid Silver Napkin Kings
Solid Silver Tea Bells
We have a complete line of
China in complete :
| Dinner Sets
the Genuine Haviland & Co.’s
best Libbey Cuts and
We have a good assortment of the
other American Cuts on the market
Cut Glass Ice Tubs
( lit Glass Salt and Peppers
Cur Glass Oil Bottles
Cut Glass Perfume Bottles
Cut and Blown Wine Sets
Cut Glass Tankards
'ut Glass Fruit Bowl
Cut Glass Tumblers
Cut Glass Bon Bon
Cut Glass Plateaus
A NICE LOT OF WRIST
BAGS JUST RECEIVtD AT
THE NOVELTY STORE.
A. Newell has 1,00# novels at
116i S. Choctaw, for sale or
trade. Call and see them.
All persons knowing them-,
selves indebted to tin1 E. .) 1
Cook estate must cull and settle
the same by the loth day of De-
cember, or suit will be brought to
enforce collection By order of
the Referr0 in Bankruptcy.
W. T. Beeks, Trustee.
250 to select from.
Call and examine our
:.» ortment of Rings
while it is complete.
Plain hand and set
rings at prices never
before heard of.
Throughout our Store gifts may be chosen at prices from 10c
up. We shill In1 pleased to show you anything in the stock,
whether you wish to buy or not. ff you can’t come, call 11s on
Phone 1‘i. Either Phone. :::::::
M intQn J ewelry (ff»ompany
C- W S3 .
FIRST D TOR SOUTH OF POSTOFF’CE
William J. Bryan will address
the people at Kingfisher on the
17tli of Deo. The Rock Island
will sell tickets for fl.Oo round
Miss Ella Brownlee of King-
fisher will be married to Mr. L.
F. Leach, Jr., of Guthrie, on
Wednesday December 17. Mr.
Leach is the traveling salesman
for the carpenter Paper company
Anderson Freman, a prominent
Kiowa county citizen, is visiting W
Dan Peery and other El Reno j!
The big cattle cases were 'tided jlj
yesterday by a general compro- |(
Judge Win. Cardwell is here |
from Weatherford on business <■
before the district court. Card- jfj
well is a stalwart democrat who !))
believes in standing up for the ill
party nominees. I])]
A strong remonstrance will be ; /II
made against the proposed paving j |jl
scheme. Many of the largest • -
property owners are opposed to
work along this line, at this time.
If anything is to be done they
want the matter deferred until
next spring. In the m« untime
the city will do great things for
business by fixing up the roads
leading into El Reno.
The action of the Territory vs.
William Edwards, a negro soldier,
was tried by jury in district court
today. Prisoner is charged with
assaulting an officer, Bill Stone-
man, with intent to kill. C. A.
Bannister is defending.
Elmer Poole, one of the men
who assaulted Mr. Robinson, of
the, Democrat., at Yukon two
weeks ago, pleaded guilty to the
charge and vas lined $10 and costs.
A. L. McDonald is at the Cnd-
jdo. Mr. McDonald is one of the
| biggest stockmen in Walnut town-
Postmaster Marvel, of Marvel,
O. T., and Bill Ivey arc in from
Walnut township today.
Bert Maxwell is hero today
MIC Hit; AN
They’re 50c Peck.
We have other good ap-
ples cheaper if you want
them : : :
Dill Pickles, Kraut, 'I
Stuffed Mangoes, and Melon n
Walnut and Pecan Stuffed
Coloring for Cakes and
Fancy Imported Cluster
Turkish Washed Figs in 1
and 2 pound Baskets,
P. S, Remember
our Mince Meat
| and Plum Pudding
W. F. McGrath &Go
PURE FOOD GROCERS.
Phone 80. Prompt Deliver*
DAILY DISPLAY IN OUR
Call and see the Palmist.
, Tice hours 9 a. m. till 5 p. m.
! Southeast corner S. Rock Island
1 and Ash.
The Gerrer parlors are now the |
popular place for oysters, fish and I
game. A delightful place where
the best trade is catered to. Fred
Bushey is in charge of this depart-
County Superintendent-elect W
C. Bickford is an El Reno visitor
1 Tom Jackson has been unusually
(attentive to court matti rs this
attentive to court matters this
I week- Several ladies were on
hand as witnesses.
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H. C. RISSE
This is what Ayer's Hair Vigor does:
Restores color to gray hair, makes the hair
grow, stops falling, cures dandruff.
Monday, Dbc 15.
Virginia Drew Treseott, the
past three seasons with Fred-
erick Ward, now starring in
a scenic production of
Ouida’s famous novel
supported b.v Mr. Alex.
Frank, who last season was
with Richard Mansfield.
(State Capital Bureau.]
Washington, Dec. 12.—Senator
Quay says. “I do not believe that
delay can defeat the omnibus bill.
I believe that friends of that bill
will 4hik1 by it. Tlie inlliiencu
being used will not affect our cafe.
The vote may bo held off’ for a
month, but when taken, it will
show a majority for the omnibus
concerning the proposed canon*.
Senator Qim.v said. “It seem*
strange that 28 or 30 Republican
1 set ators should want to hold tr
j caucus to overrule a Republican
There is no change in the state-
hood situation, exeept that Sen*
ator Allison tonight says. , .,,“1
find some grave doubts concern-
ing the ad visibility of having a.
caucus. The substitute hill w,Lllr
require considerable discussion,
; before a vote can be taken.”
Mrs. Mitchell Shot
News reached here today that
Mrs. Mitchell, wife of the cbnu-
taw agent at Fort Reno statio v
was shot last night by some «u »
who tired a sluit from the outside
of the building. The woun I i*
not serious. Who fired t! e shot,
ami whether accidentally or not i»
not known. i
WAVE Y'OUR PRESENTS RESERVED
No doubt you intend making some purchases for holiday gifts Why not make your selections now and have
us lav the «-oo is aside for you until called for? Our stock was never so full and complete in all departments as at*
this time Tvlany years’ experience as a retail dealer has placed us in position to know what to buy and where to ob-
tain all goods contained in a modern up to-date store at the lowest possible cost
WE HAVE EVERY! HING IN WATCHES
ringT and ’ lockets’ 'in great" variety of style and lions at prices from ft up to *10.
price. Cuff and collar buttons, lace pins, scarf or
stick pins, beauty pins, baby pins. Everything in
this line vou could desire at prices to suit. W e
carry a good stock of diamonds rings, studs, pen-
dants, etc., all of which we sell strictly on guaran-
tee of quality and price.
In the Line of Sterling Silverand Silver Plate
We have an immense stock of fancy souvenir
spoons, bon bon spoons, cream spoons, jelly siwona,
eheese scoops, and ladles. The very late t in hand-
painted porcelain clocks, gold plated clocks and
fancy wood clocks.__
MEDALLIONS OUR ST DCK OF TOILET ARTICLES
We have a large and select line of Fine Medal ! Contains in variety everything the market affords. That we have a special sale this year on Dolla,.
We have in solid silver, silver plate, gold plate,(Celluloid Goods and Albums. These goods we are
TERRACOTTA FIGURES (aluminum und ebony hand mirrors, cloth brushes, celling out at cost. We have one counter w here;
We have a remarkably fine selection of these fig-hat brushes, hair brushes, nail brushes, tooth y„u can have your choice of any artic le for 2.V.
urea, including figures of Hiawatha, Sappho, Moor-brushes. Sterling silver and ebony manicure ar-iTbesc articles range in price from 25c to f 1.50, but'
iah figures, Indian, etc. Don’t miss seeing these, tides in great abundance. Gold plaited mantel or-they all go at 25c. On this counter you will IIml
lA/Av/E CREST WARE naments and candle .-ticks with fancy candles. Bet- ink wells, handkerchief boxes, glove boxes, trial, .
. ter quality and cheaper in price than you will findltrays, celluloid novelties, Xmas souvenirs oil
Always good ami our stock of tins ware tins .vear.| ' ( • many other Xmas gifts,
is exceptionally large. Fern dishes, Bon Bon: 1 OIBr<s I
Trinket boxes, Cracker jars. etc. PIPES \\ e think our customers like to do business with
(>ur line of Pipes is complete. Meerschaum and UM because they get what they want wi.cn they want
.... | t t \ i ■ '/old nl a. ted Briar Root Pipes in cases; make tine it und ns they want it, with a surety that the good*
We have an immense stock of fancy Mirrors in ToKi plat, it Briar ttoi >D ttru al| ri ht H11(i the |irices rigllt *nd reasonable.
the new art work. Gold Fluted and triplicate. presents. _
Pitschen-Morse Drug (Company
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Simpson, E. J. El Reno Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 93, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 13, 1902, newspaper, December 13, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc913083/m1/1/: accessed November 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.