El Reno Daily Globe. And Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 188, Ed. 1 Friday, April 3, 1903 Page: 3 of 4
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Ernest Sharp \u*rJ®i\t<|iK yestair-
tlay, anti shot t w*. n,*<IfKb.
The water works slmt down for
repairs tliis forenoon and the water
•was stmt off about two hours.
AV. 1$. Smith and J. T. Allison ex-
perimented at Purcell Creek yes-
terday, but got “nary a bite."
, (4 -i Basque Items.
AtV fo’.^s'* day has come and gon»
uiui w<* suppose that ii groat man\
people were reminded of the fact
British brevitim. - TABLE EL RENO. 0. I
that ••tile fools are not all dead yet.
The school in district No. U7 will
County Attorney Matheny and Huy
Gillette of Anadarko were in the city
yesterday transacting business.
J. A. Stewart of K. C. Mo. man-
ager of the Western Credit Clearing
House is in the city arranging with
A. E. Kirmin their local representa-
tive for an extension of their business
in El Hetio.
finish its first month Friday. Tin-
register shows an enrollment of
thirty-eight, a pretty good showing
for the tirst term in this district.
We hope tin pupils will continue tli •
good work they are now doing.
Miss Florence Sasley was thirteen
years old last Saturday. A number
of schoolmates, friends and neigh-
bors were invited in to spend the
evening with her and enjoy a few
hours of social chat.
The led tie by the Orator from
Turkey has been postponed until
Wednesday April 8th. At Chickasha
In- addressed an nunience of over five
hundred. We trust the El Reno
people will appreciate their oppor-
tunity and give him a full house.
The new law, repealing the old law
of '117 creating the office of County
Assessor, is a hard blow to County
Assessors over Oklahoma as most all
of the assessors had begun work and
many are out a few hundred as a re-
sult of the order to quit work.
Mrs. I)r. A. Gregory has been
away for some time attending bet
patients and we learned had taken
sick but Is on the road to recovery
and is expected home soon,
The finest and largest lina (W
Spring Suitings in the west ean
n«w he seen at F. W. Bruch-
inann's, 219 S. Kock Island.
r Messrs. —Carney. Deeper and
Ozmun returned on the afternoon
train from Kansas where they accom-
panied tlie prisoners sentenced at the
last term of court, they got to the
great, resort all O. K. they saw the
boys uniformed up and prepared to
assume the duties of prison life.
Commissioner Leeper says lie was
much pleased witli the cleanliness
and perfect methods .of the lnstltut-
Miss Nellie Haas who lias been in
El Hetio a long time clerking for
Harry S. Gundry & Co. is now at
home on her claim east of Basque.
George Gregory is breaking on tic
place and will put In a crop this
C. O. Greer had a visit from his
uncle who lives in lie* northern par,
of the territory. He drove down and
spent a few days with him.
We the undersigned merchants of
the city of El Reno agree to close our
places of business at 6:30 o,clock
every niget eqcept Saturday night
beginning April 1, 1903.
D. C. Minton
A. F. Newell Dept. Store
H. R. Canon & Co.
The Crowe Mer. Co.
W. E. Fryberger
T. F. Hensley
Cody A Fowler
Gardener A Gergns Bros.
R, c. Morrow
M. R. Marks A Bro.
Townsend Grocery Co.
J. C. Shliver
S. J. Wick
Monger Shoe do.
M. H. Sendelbach
The I’agels Grocery l o.
A. K. Gore
Hollister A Co.
Mrs. J. B. Ryan
Mrs. E. Davis
Pitts & Heed
Mrs. Rose Huber.
A sister of V\ m. Cross is visiting
with him at this writing.
Dick Baker has sold his school
lease to Mr. Harlowe for $600. This
seems like a good price for a school
lease but it is only another straw
that shows which way the wind is
Tng’.and and Wales hive « town* ad
aver 50,000 people.
South Shields ha* a large colliery, •
the St. Hilda, within her town limits.
| The source of the Severn, 1,500 feel
above the sea. is a spring of iron water.
Th 163 foxhound packs in England
an .vales contain 6,172 couples of j
I por every 100 people who live in the
country in the United Kingdom 258 live
Scotland has 787 islands routul its
coast, but only 62 exceed three square
miles in area.
India takes 29 pounds out of every
300 pounds of cotton goods which Kng,
There are usually over 7.000 children
in British reformatories, and 2S.000 in
Sixteen thousand tons of alum are
made yearly from shale raised in the
north of England.
I/ondon's lire brigade last year ex-
perienced over 800 false alarms, of
which 250 were maliciously given.
Of Scotland’s 30,002 square miles, 631
square miles arc water, and 485 beach ■
and forshore, useless for agricultural
About 350 acts of parliament were
passed every year during the last cen-
tury. Of these fittle over one-third
were public acts.
In 1875 132 steam and 317 sailing ***• 1
Efls were built in the United Kingdom; I
last year 423 steam vessels and 29 sail- j
Of 12,525 criminals convicted in one
recent year in England and Rales, 34
were sentenced to death, 10 to penal
servitude for life, and 91 to over 10
years’ penal servitude.
THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND RAILWAY
Train No. 12, daily.......................
Train No. 4, daily........................
Train No. 3fi, daily ix-ept Sunday
buy and sell poultry
4:00 a in
3:35 p m
7:27 a tn
NO. 711 S. FOSTER AVENUE
All orders filled Promptly.
Train No. 130, daily, runs through to Shawnee, O. T... 9:' o p m
Train No. 52, daily except Sunday, local freight......9:.lo a tn
Train No. 11, daily................................12:‘° “
Train No. 3, daily................................12:2° p,n
Train No. 35, daily except Sunday.................. p
Train No. 129, daily Lawton express .................:l5 11
Traill No. 51, daily except Sunday, lontl frmght.. .
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% Good piece of pi
* in Southeast pc
5-city. • • ■ •
£ With a good thro
* house bara, chicken
? and yards,’well, cistern, cel-
* lar, go d young orchard. 11
half a re in patato . and
also so ne other gard n.
For sleeping car reservations, tickets, time tables, etc., apl'lv I"
Kock Island Ticket agent. E. W. THOMPSON,
Asst. General Passenger Agent, Lines west o'
Missouri Kiver, Kansas City, Mo.
Call at this office
Choctaw Time Table, El Reno, O T
3:4i •! ii
Choice home cured
hams and breakiast
bacon and pure home
rendered lard, cheap
for cash at
J. W. Dix’s Market.
Mrs. Rose 1
j* Has on display a lint
POINTS ABOUT PEOPLE.
W. O. Shakkh, Agent.
Ever since the opening of the new
country there has been a piece of
Uncle Sum’s land, some live or six
acres lying on the bank of the
A check for $10, given by President
Roosevelt in aid of the Washington
Newsboys’ home at a bazar last week,
was framed by the lady receiving ii
and sold it at auction for $50.
There have been four postmasters
Reasonable P ; t s
our Ladies’ Sk
acres lying on the imiik oi mw 1 here na>e *
A family by the name of Haywani J| ^ ^ -ncumb,lit of ,he nibce.
are now hoxnsteading this miniature, - - •••--*-
Strayed—a bay pony with black
points, small, eight years oW.
This office Earnest Jackson-
For Sale—2 houses
and lots. 711
The extremely warm days of this
week lias caused the people to wake
from their “long winter’s sleep" ancl
everyone will lie anxious to outdo
his neighbor in the amount of garden
planted, while soma are already
crowing over the number of hens
who seem to show an inclination to
set. But while the happy farmer is
whistling about ii is work and the
busy matron is singing over her daily
tasks the city editor is mopping his
perspiring brow and endeavoring to
deside which of the Ml spring poems
should occupy the space of a ten-
dollar advertisement that the cloth-
ing merchant or the coal dealers ha
withdrawn on account of “business
depression." But there is still tom
consolation for the poor victim of
poetical aspirants after all for it
now only a few short weeks until his
larder will lie well filled with cab-
bage, onions etc. brought to his
The Democratic platform sounds
the keynote of pure reform; and the
. t? ______ n,-,rl liirlpnDiUiPntS
the Republicans and independents
are tumbling over each other to back
The platform is plain and honest
. nnnilif iotm.
ft} IlC, IU$ .......
Not to be out of the prevailing fash-
ion, William F. Hav, meyer, the mh-ri
magnate, has given to the New York
university a special library of private
or limited editions, consisting of about
300 volumes, 175 of which are rare
works on Ameiicon history'.
Canada lias a group of youne sculp
tors of whom much is expecteo. One
of them, Hamilton McCarthy. "f Ot-
tawa. is making tl.e br< i-z. «tutii«
which the government of Nova ■ olla
will erect in Halifax toenmtneim rav.
the services of Nova Scotia in tbl
South African war.
Fairhaven, Mass., is proud of V' ury
H. Rogers, the oil .na:.-nat< . » ’ vai
born there and hus spent n - of
dollars and much of his turn n im-
proving and decorating tli ; n as
be might beautify Ids own ie-tve. H«
has already given to the tow a li-
brary, waterworks, a drama- sys-
tem, town hall, schools and a cl < ti.
Lord Stanniore, who is now 7 art
old, enjoys the distinction of t" i :ne
last peer created by Mr. C.la one.
He is the son of the *arl of A
who was prime minister in •’
Leaves Oklahoma City....... ......
Arrives Kansas Citv........................
Arrives St. Louis — .......
ST. L O U IS
Leaves Oklahoma City
v rrives St. Louis .............
C I T Y— W O R L D’S FAIR S P
I A L
04 SOUTH 3;C
A if* A
leaves Kansas itv..............
\rrives Oklahoma City........
Leaves St. Louis
Arrives Oklahoma City
Through curs and Pullman sleepers between Oklahoma-
itv.St. Louis and Memphis. For rates mid other inform
.earest Frisco riyttem Agent, or address the undersigne .
*: took tad Workr
Opposite Fire H<
• i •
B F. Dun n
Division Passenger A:
bage, onions etc. Drougm, who was iio™ ........
sauetum by thoughtful country sub- and in whose cabinet Mr. G.austoni
, ..........* r,.,. *,„1U the chancellorship “f I ex-
scribers who are delinquent for
seven years subscription to the
TCs in keeping with the conditions.
The Democratic candidates are
pledged to uphold it. As usual pure
Democracy bads: and others have to
Some day the sewer contract yt iH
be examined; but not while Hensley
is mayor. Tu rn t he rascal out.
One dav Hensley says, ne
says, lie’ll stand for anything.
'H.-nsleV saysrthat h.-Hl promise
anything nmv. •!ust. 7l*lw '^Vnu n ''
nmncl and hear him bellow Aincn.
Wilson mid all denmermic candid-
ates endorse every word of th. plat
form of the oily democracy
leMl | ihe sinKing at the home of .1.
IIvor0™ cents before the election is Ucece Iasi Sunday evening,
over and less than that after th -( - (,r(?tH1
ection. | under lead of Frank W billow tin
The, now school house in tliis dis-
trict is nearing completion and when
finished will be an excellent building
for school pusposes. It is located oil
S. E. one-fourth of section 26, in ex-
act center of the district. The di-
mensions are 24x30, is b lilt of bard
pine, rests on a stone wall built of
re l sand stone and lias four large
windows on eaeli side, thus giving
ample light and ventilation. Messrs
Cross, Higgins and Smith are the
Last Wednesday evening week m-
cured a dance at Adam Smith’s. A
large crowd is reported. Friday even- Atlantic
ing of this week is a dance at Late • aIir'
Baker's. We nave heard that the
Caddo country was noted for dancing
and we are now of the same opinion.
\ very pi- asant evening was spent
by all persons who participated m
handy hut fortunntly
held the chancellorship <1 1 ex-
chequer. He was not only pr - sec-
retarv to Ills father, but he w-i- at-
tached to Mr. Gladstone’s special mis
sion to the Ionian islands.
New Wall-paper. Just
he Novelty—Racket Store,
in at1 Another photograplici
Ncnv "P aiu* town, but la
dio lias an increasing li
For money at low rate go to
Tumphreys, Hereford & Mottle.
Under First National Bank. d-GL
OF A GENERAL NATUHE.
The harbor where Admiral Dewej
fought his battle is tu be improved by
the expenditure of $2,000,000.
Cuba imported 116,000 Chines*
coolies 30 years ago. Within live
years 67,000 of them were dead.
Good mortar should contain one-
third lime. Mortar with one-sixth
only of lime i» not safe for use in
The Caspian sea lias but 11 pounds
of salt to a ton of water; while there
nre 81 pounds in a tou of ordinary
For money at low rate go to
Humphreys, Hereford & Mottle.
Uuder First National Bank. d-Gt
We loan money on farms am
city property. See as. Hun
phreys, Hereford & Mottle.
Under First National Bank
We loan money on farms and
uity property. See us. Hum-
phreys, Hereford & Mottle.
Have you Registered?
If so, hold on to your certlfleai
No duplicates will be issued.
or the Ladies
ecesved, a fi
\ the latest St\
3 Rock !eland
YOU RESTl ! Sts A
fS Hereford 6i tviou.ie. And harassed b.v a Im'l -
Under First National Bank. Use Ballard’s Horeh.und Sy . m .
1 it will secure you sound and eilev-i
a prompt and rudicul cure. 25c.
50c and *1.00 bottle at C. U. Mi
| C > H
Is Prepared to
All Kinds of
B1 a c k-stn ithi
best Tannebaum s.
A- Hi a Shop Tw
North oe the Mills
We loan money on farms and
city property. See us. Hum-
phreys, Hereford, & Mottle.
Under First National Bank.
For money at low rate go to J
Humphreys,‘Hereford & Mottle.
Under First National Bank- d-Gt
stati-nmnt of principles ever promul-
The children of theTrWng school
countrv vest.-relay afternoon. >
theteaehi-rs asked about th.-lr “^.p-
ade (tie heard a chorus of April
Can You Guess Them-
Spring lias come and ice cn-am
sodas are on tap at Jackson Bro s.
Everything in the bakery line,
Fresh and of the best quality at
Jackson Bros. Bakery.
Less than a week now
until election and every one who 1m
registered should so arrange his
business that he can vote on ri.t s-
dav. The majority for good govem-
ment should be made as big as po -
sil(1,.. A greater munber o! goo.l
citizens are at work this year than
..v,,,. known before but others eoulu
do something and they owe it to
their b-mie city touzeth.it influence
for the right.
There’s a bustling little elty
That is noted far and near
For its business institutions
That grow stronger every year;
For its railroads mills and factories
That employ many men
For it's excellent schools, a id
That number two and ten.
Now tliis city lias a mayor
And as everyone’s aware
Is a traitor to ids party,
And lias black and kinky hair.
For two t rm i lie’s held tie- ollb-
Ami he thought li-.-’d always stay,
But the members ol his party
Didn’t seem to feel that way .
Ho they met eumasse to nominate
A man of high esti em
A man whom everylio.iy lib' -■
Has honesty for Ids theme.
He’s a ma > thill can tie trusted
And won’t turn hi people down
When to y “iur i o n” nncl • ’ 1
Mayo;; ot Ui: i. 1 »w: .
D. D.Kevil Alice M. Robinson
DRS. KEViL A ROBINSON ]
IfHce over Daily American. Ola I
Shagreen, now made from the
skins of sharks and rays, was a
r.»me originally applied to a snh-
stance made from the liides of horses
Seltzer water takes its name fi om
the village of Nieder Seltzers, in
rrnssia. A spring there discharges
5,000 cubic feet an hour of this min-
Lake Baikal’s greatest distinction
ix its Size. It is the largest fresh
water lake on the Asiatic or the Km
| mpean continent, being 400 miles i
j long and from 10 to 65 miles in
| The shrew was originally the
shrew mouse, which, when h»r young
IVin^their*defense!fland ’’T'wldi Gon»Ultatian and Examination
known was the courage of this little i pTHR
animal, which would < ven go out oi
Civil rvice .........
Electric light plants are to be in- 1 f cierk and carrier in the post-
ttailed in several West Indian cities. | ' - •
The electrical engineers are unablo
to determine what sort of motive
power to use in the New York Central
In selecting your Spring sub
and trousers, don’t fail to see th
ne display at Kern, th pilot’s
TO CURE A COLD IN NE
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablet*. This signature
on every box. 25c
'mess fay lee.
..r t„. Sh.H.., Club. K.n.a. CUT-
Phone 475. New Phono 340.
“ Your booklet came to my
home like a message of health
when I had suffered with
lizadaci-c, backache and bear-
ing-down pains. I was weak,
rervou-. ar.d hysterica, and
had not consulted any doctor,
thinking it would paw away
in time, but instead I >°und
that the pains increased and
we-c more frequent. I de-
cided to try Wine of Cardui
and in a short time was much----
improved, it seemed to act like a charm.
Uept up the.realment and the result
Mu» Vay Ltt.
JtWactory. Wo^iaft to ex-
otlicc service in this city.
t0 determine ...............- This c\:imirtition offers an CX-
power to use in the New York Central; ce||HI,t opportunity to 'right en
tunnel at New York owing to the multi* - un(, men and WO I
rnmiirpmpntS Lo be met*
plication of requirements to be met. ^
California is evidently to
(become the center, or rather theaterj
c£ game of the grandest electricalen4
terprises of the age. Two morecomj
panies are preparing to erect plants in,
the mountain range east of btockton,
to generate power to be used in iniaj
I r tv. J
r-re.i: young men and women.
For further information apply
to John Jackson. Secretary
was most saii5Jic.ur>« j*
is now saved me* » —**•- .
physically and mentally. I can only say
Hhvnk you’, but there is much more m
my heart for you.”
i: \RING-D0WN pains are the
worst that women know, il
you are suffprin^from tins trou-
Lle you need not be unasrtam
about it 'flic pains in the abdomen
andbaek that fwl as if heavyweights
\v, re pulling down on the nerves of the
stomach are ‘Tearing-down pains .
,U traclod now is caused by the ti n.nit
nervous tension. The nerves
soon begin to give w.ij on« *r
the strain. You perhaps pimp
at any unusual disturbance,
or laugh or weep, hysteri-
cally, at no appam'd cause.
That is what Miss FayLee,
(;i/ Nortli Seventh street,
Kansas City, Kansas, was
coming to when she rescued
herself by taking A\ me of
Cardui. The Wine made
_____her a strong, health.y woman
as it has inaQe a nu.i’ n ott.ir
women strong and healthy. mfe-
imz regular menstruation the entire
system m relieved of the terriUe wasting
drains. Tl.e ligaments which hold the
womb in rlacc arc- strengthened by a
healthy flow and that organ is returned
to its normal position. Returning
health is the result. This is what
Wine of Cardui has done for tliouoands
of the best women in America.
need advice write The Ladies’
Advisory Department, The Chatta-
nooga Medicine Company, Chattanooga,
Term., describing all your symptoms
freely and a letter of adv.ee will be
sent you. Secure a 31.00 bottle of V, me
of Cardui from your druggist to-uay.
WINE of CARPVI
A million suffer!
have found r
Wine of Cu
fe- A :5 .
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