El Reno Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 153, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 20, 1902 Page: 3 of 4
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[First PubliBhtni Jan 1«. 19081
The Territory of Oklahoma to
You are hereby notifiej that you
have been sued by Williamson 11.■ 1 -
liter, sarah W llortner and Joint ('
Fry. c -partners as Helmer Atiort-
ner, in llie distriet.court of Canadian
countv, Territory of Oklahoma and
that you must answer or otherwise
pie ill to tile petition of the said
plaintiffs Helmer A Uortner, by the
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Ollice itnd KesidfOce, Jalouick Hui'ri
intr, Corner Woodson and Hick-
ford. ’Phone 180.
BRITISH BREVITIES. REYNARD'S SUVPER.
England and (Yalta hare 62 towns ol
oatr 60.000 people.
South Shields ha» a large colliery,
the St. Hilda, within her town limits.
The source of the Si-Tern, 1,500 feet
above the sea, is a spring of iron water.
The 103 foxhound packs in England
and Wales contain 6,172 couples of
For every 100 people who live in the
J. HENSLEY, M. D.
27th day of February, ilHCL »»rthe Homeopathic l*b>sici hi iuii Surtreot* 1
Haiti petition will he taken true Over 30 jei.rs in m*t.i\e practice.
country in the Cniud Kto.dom »s live l to nty
This story of the skill of the fox in huat-
*14 wild ducks, and his cleverness in pre-
siding at subsequent game dinners, is told
by a sportsman of Virginia, according to the
New York Suu:
“1 was one day beating the meadows
for quails down on my farm in Loudon
county,” said tie. ’ when 1 saw a small flock
sf mallards fly up from the east and -ettle
down in a snail lake 1} ug about a tt.de
self, and went after ti e ducks.
“My approach to the lake was covered
and judgment wi 1 In* rendered
against you iti f.voiof wild plain-
tiffs for thrsuni of $1,976. with in
terest from the i ifch day oi lanu try,
1902, at the rate of 6 per cent p« r an-
num, ami the following described
real e tute levied upon by virtue of
an order of attachment issued in
said action, to-wit:
Tin* north-east quarter (l4 ) of
section numbered twenty-seven (27 i
in township numbered thirteen (L’D
north, of range ntunhend nine (9)
west of tin* Indian meridian in Can-
adian eounty, Territory of Oklaho
nia, will be ordered to be appraised,
advertised and s- ld in the mann»*r
prescribed by law to satisfy tin said
sum, interest and tin* casts « f said
Witness my hand and tin* seal of
said court at El ueno, O T, this 15th
day of .ianuary, 19u2
[BEAD] K M H**GLKH,
Clerk of tin* district court of Cana-
dian county, Territory of Okla-
Chronic diseases a specialty.
Office Hnd n s’dence, 410 8. 11 u k I-'*
and avenue Phone 111.
EL RENO - O. T.
W. R. KIRKPATRICK.
(Attorney at Law )
Will practice in all courts and l S.
Land Office. Office over Hone-
brake’s Hardware Store.
EL RENO - - OKLAHOMA
Scotland has 7H7 islands round its
coast, but only 62 exceed three square by a eou-uierable bluff overhanging tin
miles in area. shore. When 1 ha i crawled stealthily
India takes 20 pounds out of every through the bushes and peeped over the
100 p.iumls of cutton goods which Eng. ' pen.MV.-.l lha' Up no]1th. only
There are usually over 7.000 children
CHARLES P. LINCOLN,
Attorney and Counselor
Of the Washington, D. C. Bar.
Ronnie 8 and 0, J« lo «ck Bldg
EL liKNO OKLAHOMA
in Brr,ish reformatories, and 28,000 ia
Sixteen thousand tons of alum are
made yearly from shale raised in the
north of England.
l/ondon’s fire brigade last year ex-
perienced over 4*00 false alarms, of
which 250 were maliciously given.
Of Scotland’s 30.002 square miles, 631
square miles are 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 l*.ttle over one-third
. were public acts.
hunter iii the brush, and that other eyes
than mine were greedily fixed upon the
duel*i* which were sporting in the c’.eat
water not 00 yards from where 1 lay
The eyes in question belonged to a hurgrt
red fox that sat on the shore immediate!)
under the bluff, ga/ing longingly at tin
lumilent game dinner, which, to all ap
ptmant-t s, was not attainable for him.
“Now. when 1 found t:iat Hr’er For. was
dialing the same quarry as 1, l became
no re interested in the woodcraft of that
soled huntsman and barnyard brigand
than 1 was in bagging a bruce of the uial-
ariis for my own dinner. Therctore, l
lay quietly concealed in the bushes to watch
.i.e outcome of the affair.
“The fox sat quite still for awhile, evi-
iently s.tidying tin* strategic possibilities
A the situation, which to me seemed hope*
.e^s enough for him. As he sat there nm*
ALL THE DIFFERENCE
IN THE WORLD.
Really excellent flour and inferior
grades arc as widely separated as
the poles. Compare the el
RENO’S BEST brand with the
unsatisfactory article and you will
keep nothing but E. L RENO’S
BEST in the bouse thereafter.
Its merits and all ’round good qual-
ities art* proven by its thousands of
satislied users. Made by
EL lieiiol!& Elevator Co
EL REND TlilE CARDS
[First published February 5.]
Territory of Oklahoma., Canadian
county. In the district court for
J. N. Fisher, plaintiff, vs. Joseph E.
Said defendant, Joseph E. Shirk,
will take notice that in* lias Item
sued in the above named court, for
damages for breach of contract in
rental of real estate and must an-
swer tin* petition filed therein by
said plaintiff on or before the lutli
day of Ma-ch, A. I>. 1902, or said pe-
tition will be taken as true, and a
judgment 'or said plaintiff in said
action for Five Hundred Dollars
($5ooOO) and in the attachment
therein granted, will be rendered ac-
E. M. Hkui.rr,
Clerk of said Court.
Marsh & Wills, Attorney for Plain-
Ileintzelmans will sell new, and
second hand furniture and cook
stoves on the installment plan,
and the second hand goods as part
pay. Two doors north of Ker'foot
FAVORITE NEARLY EVERY-
Constipation vteans dulness, de-
pression, headache, generally dis-
ordered health. DeWitt’s Little
Early Risers stimulate the. lit er,
open the bowels and relieve this
condition v Safe, speedy and
thorough. They never gripe.
Favorite pills. At ( . R. Miller.
T. F. CLIFFORD
office Roams Opposite I'ostofflrr.
In l»75 t:i2 steam and 317 sailing vet- tuiing a plan ef operations, the ducks b.„'iin
sels were built in tile United Kingdom; to ilnlt slowly toward the nearer end oi
last year 423 si earn vessels and 29 sail- the lake, evidently with the intention of
,<iw tig a nap, hidden in the long grasses.
O. W. TAYliOK H. K KITNK1.K
DRS. TAYLOR &. RUNKLE
Office First D or Smith of Postoflice,
Of 12,525 eriminaJ* convicted in on*
recent year in England and Walea, 34
were sentenced to death, 10 to penal
servitude for life, and 01 to over 10
y ears’ penal servitude.
POINTS ABOUT PEOPLE.
A cheek for $10, given by President
Roosevelt in aid of the Washington
TELEPHONE - -
KL KKNO, O. T.
Tac* fox seemed to divine their purpose
ind instantly arose or. all fours, quivering
with excitement. He stood for a moment
.n the attitude of a pointer that lias just
parted a bird, and then, crouching down, !
ie sii»%iked along the shore to where the
rushes were thickest. Then he waded into
the water and disappeared in the reeds.
Nothing more was to he seen of him.
“The ducks gradually drifted toward the
rushes, finally entered among them ami
were lost to view. For some time there
Newsboys’ home nt a bazar last week, ,Vus lml ft sjgn 0f |jfe to be seen nor a sound
was framed by the lady receiving 1( to he heard over the whole lake. Suddenly,
tttid sold it nt auction for $50. I heard a lound squalling of a captured
There have beeii four postmasters hick; there wan a great commotion among
t!.e rushes, a splashing of water and the
No, L— Ar» iv« s nt f*:40 n. in
Loaves 5:50 a. m.
No. 8.—Arrives at H:10 p. m
Leaves 8 80 p. m.
No. 7. — Arrives at 9:15 a m
No. 9.—» Kxcept Suiulny )
at p, m.
No 2.— Arrives at 9:f5 p. in
Li lives 10:15 p in.
No 4— A i i iv« s i t ► : 11 i n
Leaves 8:20 a. in.
No K.- (H i "I m Ai e iii ) 4 :1f p. n j
No H .- (( kin ( iiy A 11 if) 1 i . n '
\V. O SlfAFKK, |
FRISCO TIME CARD.
Kansas 1' tv train with tbroagh
chair ear and Pullman palace
Leaves Oklahoma < ity H:I5 p. in.
Arrives Kansas city 7:40 a in.
i.enves him SMS (ity 9 20 p. m.
An ives t klalionm city* 10:50 a. in.
This is the fastest and best train
Arrives from Oklahoma to Kansas t’it*.
The 0:15 p. m. train leaving Okla-
homa city carries through car for
Memphis and St. Louis.
TRAI NS SOI I II.
J. S. & A. L. NICHOLSON,
W pst Rooms Over First, Nat.’n’l Bank
Moore’s Pilules are a trunrantred
cure for all forms of Malaria, Ague,
Chills and Fever, Swamp Fever,
Malarial Fever, Bilious Fever, Jaun-
dice, Biliousness, fetid breath and a
tired, listless feeling. They cure
Rheumatism and the lassitute
following blood poison produced
f om malarial poisoning. No Quin-
ine No Arsenic, Acids or Iron. Do
not ruin stomach or teeth Entire-
ly tasteless Price, 50c p r box. Dr.
C. Moore Co , No. 810 North Main
StreetSt, Louis, Mo. For sale by
O. R. Miller.
HLAKK, W. AKK.St PEEKS
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAV.
Office In the Oeutral Block
K1 Reno Oklahoma
general from the state of Wisconsin—
Alexander IV. Randall, Timothy O.
Howe, William F. A'ilas and Henry C.
Payne, the incumbent of the office.
Not to be out of the prevailing fash-
ion, William F. Havemeyer, tlie sugai
magnate, lias given to the New York
i university a special library of private
| or limited editions, consisting of about
300 volumes. 175 of which are rare
works on Ameiican history,
THOS. LANE, M. D.
[looms Over Citizens State I<ank.
Office 'Photic VI. House ’Phone 9g.
iharp slapping amind of many wings a* the
xlarmed ducks arose from the water and
scurried off Soon utter the fox appearAl
swimming through the reeds, towing a good,
fat mallard along by the neck.
“The fox brought the duck back to the
shadow of the bluff, and, after several
vigorous shakes to rid himself of the water,
tat gloating over his prize, alternately
inifling at it and turning it over with hi*
paws. 1 hud expected to see him proceed
Texns Vestibuled Express
Texas Fast Express
12:25 a III
7:00 a in
4:15 p in
to devour the fowl without ceremony
Canada has a group of young sculp- 0f doing so he scratched a hole in the
tors of whom much fs expected. One ground, tumbled tire duck into it, covered
of them, Hamilton McCarthy, of Ot- it up and scampered off as swiftly as though |
lawn, is making the bronze statue a pack of hounds in full cry were at hi*
Chicago Vestihuled Express 4:00a in
K (’dr Eastern Express 8:80 pm
No 88 7:87 a m
Arrives f om Lawton 8:80 pin
82 Local Freight ...........9:00 a m
N I!, Nos 85 and 86 and local
freights daily except Sunday.
GEORGE S. PEARL.
Rooms 12 and 13, Central Block.
KL RENO, - - OKLAHOMA
J. H. BASINGF.R
Physician and Surgeon
Room 7, Warien Building, corner o'
Rock Ieland-ave and Russell-st,
Office Hours—9 to 12 and frou 2 to V
Another ridiculous food fad has
been branded by the most competent
authorities. They have dispelled
the silly notion that one kind of food
is needed for brain, another for mu-
scles, and still another for bones. A
correct diet will not only nourish a
particular part of the body, but it
■will sustain every other part. Yet,
however good your food may be, its
nutriment is destroyed by indiges-
tion or dyspepsia. You must prepare
for their appearance or prevent their
coming by taking regular doses of
Ureen’s August Flower, the favorite
medicine of the healthy millions.
A few doess aids digestion, stimu-
lates the liver to healthy action,
purifies the blood, and makes you
feel buoyant and vigorous. You can
get Dr G. G. Green’s reliable re
medies at C. R. Miller’s.
Get Green’s Special Almanac.
which the government of Nova Scotia
will erect in Halifax to commemorate
the services of Nova Scotia in the
South African war.
Fairhaven, Mass., is proud of Henry
H. Rogers, the oil magnate, who was
born there and has npent millions of
dollars nnd much of his time in im-
proving and decorating the town as
he might beautify his own home, lie
has already given to the town a li-
brary, waterworks, a drainage ays
tern, town hall, schools and a church.
Lord Stanmore, w ho is now 72 y ear?
old, enjoys the distinction of being the
last peer created by Mr. Gladstone.
He is the son of the rai l of Aberdeen
who was prime minister in tin* *50*&.'
and in whose cabinet Mr. Gladstone
held the chancellorship of the ex-
chequer. lie was not only private sec-
retary to his father, hut he was at
| tached to Mr. Gladstone’s special mis
sion to the Ionian islands.
“ ‘Here’s an epicurean for you,’ I said to (
myself; ‘Reynard evidently likes his game
"Nevertheless, 1 suspected that this was First-class Sleepers daily between
not to be the end of the affair, and, curious ______.___
l0 ..... how fty friend would act upon ins Chicago &ban Francisco
return to find his dinner K<>ne, I crawled j ,
down the embankment, resurrected the ( W ithout rhlingC, V111
dmk, filled up the hole and resumed mjr ;
place of observation to await developments, j
“An hour or more passed, and tlien I j
caught a glimpse «'f my friend approaching
through the bushes along the margin of the j
lake, conducting to the festal board another |
fox in Are venerable looking than himself, i
The visiting fox did not seem to evince;
tiiix’h confidence either in his host or m ,
the object of his quest, for he came along
____! a • ..
Arriving St. L uis 5:85 following
Arriving Memphis 5 p. m.
HT. 1-OlT 18 TRAIN.
Leaven Oklahoma City 10.05 a. m.
Arrives St. Louis 7:25 a. m.
Leaves St Louis 10 p. m.
Arrives Oklahoma City 0:25 noxfc
Through reclining chair ears with-
out change. The 10:06 a. m, train
| from Ohlahoma City connects at
j Springfield with the midnight Mein-
; phis Flyer, arriving Memphis 7 a. m.
Train's leaving Wichita, St. Louis
Mali and Express;
Leaves 1:80 n. in
Arrives St. Louis, 7:25a. ill.
Leaves St. Louis, 8:40 p m.
Arrives Wichita,8:10 p. in.
Missouri and Arkansas Mail and
Leaves Wichita lo:15p m
Arrives St. Louis, 5:85 p. in
LeaveeM. Louis, 8:40 a in.
Arrives Wichita, 0:25 a. in.
Through train for Denver, I’uehlo,
San Francisco, Portland, Seattle,
etc., leaves Wichita 8:20 p m daily.
New equipment, new schedule,
new route. *‘Choctaw Route.”
W () M E NAM).! E \Y K LS.
Jewels, candy, flowers, man—that
is t lie order of a woman’s preferences.
Jewels form a magnet of mighty
p wer to the average woman. Even
that 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 healt h to get a coveted gem, t hen
I let her fortify herself against the in-
slduous consequences of coughs,
colds and bronchial affections by
the regular use of Dr. Roschee’s
German Syrup. It will promptly
arrest consumption in itscai ly stages
and heal tin* affected lungs and
bronchial tubes and drive the dread
disease from the system. 11 is not a
cure-all, hut it is a certain cure for
coughs, colds and all bronchial
troubles. You can get Dr. G. G.
Green’s reliable remedies at ('. It.
Get Green’s Special Almanac.
J. A. WEIDEN BACH.
Christie Grain and Stock Co.
OF A GENERAL NATURE.
John R. Scott.
M. It. Scott.
Real Estate and Law.
SCOTT & SCOTT.
The harbor where Admiral Dewey
fought his battle is to be improved by
the expenditure of $2,000,000.
Cuba imported 116,000 Chinese
coolies 30 years ago. Within five
I years 67,000 of them were dead.
I Good mortar should contain one-
third lime. Mortar with one-sixth
only of lime is not safe for use in
The Caspian sea has but 11 pounds
of salt to a ton of water; while there
nre 81 pounds in a ton of
Room 3, U. S. Land Of-
kaltingly and apparently unwillingly. But
i lie host was all taper® ft pleasurable an-
"In tliis manner the two foxes arrived ai
the cache, and, while the guest wit glumly
by with a bored and skeptical air, the host
proceeded at once to unearth the promised
banquet. He scratched away merrily foi
awhile until he had excavated a hole large
enough to have buried himself in without
uncovering so much as a feather of the
“The situation was becoming embarraa^
ing. The manner of the guest was growing
offensive; he was now confident that h<
was being imposed upon. The host, 1 Iks
lieve, was beginning to think that he had 1
caught a mole instead of a duck. He paused .
occasionally to sniff in the hole, but iru- |
mediately resumed excavations until he was v,v/.•*»».. .v v»
obliged to desist from f*.ieer fatigue. I * v. ....... " |
“The two disappointed epicures sat upoi excursions to S:ill V mnclSCO 1111(1 (111111,
opposite sides of the pit gazing ruefully at l()S \n,rr|ps Lt»av(* Omaha Fri-! Hu* business and trade
each other; the one with the air of a respect- . . . ..
able member of a community who had been day \ 111 Nrcnit* Lino. Leave Kan-
ordinary made the subject of a cruel hoax ; the othei ^ Qty Wednesdays vi So. [Route
I with the mien of a beneficent fox who wai
Leave Omaha on Hijj 5 at 1:30 p.
m. Through the Rockies and
Sierra Nevada, by day-
light in both directions
Best Dining Car Service Buffet
Personally conducted [Tourist
El Reno Wants.
A Union Depot.
The Rock Island Division.
A bridtfe across the South (Jana-
Miss Eugenia Marguerite Hack,
Piano and Voice.
302 S. GRAND AVE.
Phone or 15.
Miller’s Drug Store.
Purity in Drugs and Accuracy
It you need the best in the
drug line you’ll find it at
Miller’s Drug Store.
Shagreen, now made from the
frkins of sharks and rays, was a
name originally applied to a sub-
stance made from the hides of horses
Seltzer water takes its name from
the village of Nieder Seltzers, in
Prussia. A spring there discharges
6,000 cubie feet an hour of this min-
Lake Baikal’s greatest distinction
is its size. It is the largest fresh
water lake on the Asiatic or the Eu-
ropean continent, being 400 miles
long and from 16 to 65 miles in
The shrew was originally the
6hrew mouse, which, when h,ir young
were helpless, would fight desperate-
ly in their defense, and so well
known was the courage of this little
animal, which would even go out of
Its \'av to seek an enemy at times
when the nest needed protection,
that the word became applied to a
woman who was ever ready to sec!
SPARKS AND l LASHES.
Improved Tourist Cars.
Send for “Chicago to Culifor-
describinjj lir.s*.-class ser- iress C°
settlers south of the Canadian.
And the best plans for the court
house which can be secured for
the innocent victim of moHt unaccountable
/.nil untoward circumstances. Then m.v
friend, with a lmpe born of despair, set*a
work in the hole again, scratching deeper- !
ately with all fours*, but with the sain<
1 result as before. As iie sat hitnself deject-
edly down again his guest gave him a re- mil,
proaehful look, turned tail upon him and vjce or for “Tourist Dictionary’ is prepared to do till kind of up-
walked contemptuously away. ... .... \
Poor Reynard sat quite despondent after (jnd itinery to E. >' . 1 Itolllpson, ^ holsterilljr. New IlluttresSCS made
Kd. Becker of the El Reno Mut-
nt No. 314 S. Evans ave.
Woodmen of the World, be in
camp Friday nipfht and keep an
eye on Sovereign Stream’s ex-
plorations and explanations of the
It trives an air of elegance, and ‘--
ladies or gentlemen are not in
finished form without an appro-1 Electric lisht p rints arc to be in-
stalled in sc'oral W. st Indian cities.
his guest's departure. Stung with remoru ^ (;_ J>_ \
at the calumny my little ] ike had wrong.1 1
upon so hospitable a creature, I threw -
the duck over the embankment in hop«
that my friend would seize it and makt
after his offended g.ie-t But the descent
of the dead fowl alarmed him and he coursed
off like a sorrel oomet, with his bushy tail
streaming after him.
"That evening 1 walked over to the lak«
, , gait Hie duck was gone 11 is tc
'ie hoped that the fox returned for it and
that he squared himself with his venerable
I to order, and old ones made over.
prittte perfume. Our Imperial
Violet is tin elegant and refined
odor. - Rhoades Drug Store.
The electrical en:
to determine what
J)0\M Id D-r I',
tiimul at x. W York
,.r. . .. . plication of reqirrt
W lion pain or irritation exists ( ..
on any part of the body the ap-
plication of Bullard's Snow Lini-
ment will give prompt relief.
Price, 25 and 50 cent. At C. R.
metrs are unable
.sort of motive
\> York Central
wing to the multi*
*n ts to be met.
y destined to
r rather thenter,
-1 electrical en-
1’wo more com*
• erect plants in
t of Stockton,
e used in miD-
Client I ng !»> Mnll.
In one of Gail Hamilton’s letters is a hu
morous rebuke to the correspondent whs
de< eives us by hit Ip-irc handwriting and
wide spaces, says t*ic 'l »>uth s ( ompanion.
It assails a fault even more prevalent than
it was when she wrote. She says:
Wi.at is t lie French for humbug? 1 want
the word, but it seems a little coarse. W hat
1 want of it it to apply it t > youi letter#
One thinks one lias mc i a plump letter!
<• ness. Now, re-
h’iv one i* go.n« to nave a half-day’s tal*i
v, i von! But before 1 have got ♦»,♦.* taste
t \irly in my niout , I
,'t my crang ’. Now,
like me. and if ft lett«
tnin befun I :
think I am j
rf a whole i
’ !' d * ’
nr even 11 :
*. ill i
• d.’h a mu: \
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Baltimore, Md . March 30, riot.
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ve years ago my right ear began to sing, and this kept on getting worse, uni I 1- -t
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