El Reno Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 153, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 20, 1902 Page: 4 of 4
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One story, ft-ronm cot-
tage. with l> i rli iiidin;
grounds IlDx I In 11
yisicni, u . tl fit > « ti
or; Im .■ Iiiirn xv; t li omv
mill fi.n**., loi «icp Hi'.
aI! lit p. iici't rip'iii
M6 S Met'omli iivt
i Diull.} llrnWM
■ Hooms I mid o. I.ii ■
oiiiff m i-
_______ v,vll , u Lett Heme.
At .•! u'rim* this morning, J. hams a"d hi on!;fas? Mv I l.i.v, IL-nr.imin
' Th* bacon re home *»«A
ii<i r ullow. a _ ____j _4 , . . . > „ . ,
, ASK VOPk OROCKB H)K
Manufactured by the
Canadian (3 Milt. v Ft ,x 1 ■** n *
LEE LUNG LAUNDRY.
T' i‘ aro now located in Annex
of ( i do hotel.
I iik Lkk I.im; I.ai \i>kv.
ELRENO MATTRESS CO.
ED BECKER, Prop.
1 Ing In all it* Brni
N w Mattresses Mud,. |i, «»r.I.■ r.
<lid Mnttiesses Made <i\, r
Expert Furniture Packing
'Vnrk 1’roinptlyAttended m.
WillcaUamlgh’D estiuuiti ... , .... .. | .
FACTORY AND RESIDENCE
314 S. EVANS AVE.
a.' • Vr 1 1
li-cfii'fd «n» tin Oil F>IN,u, u .
niA'liiIk !• ( f Miami ] |.r,. X,,. pi Fet)( 1 1 u
Indian Territory. ]|.: kj. ]» t
Minton - lirotlicr-in-Iaw and lived
ifin* 1 liurston. llo wax a man
\ do was lit-lil in the highest iis-
eent by all wln> knew him. His
remains a ill In* brought Leri* to-
morrow morning and the'funeral
eorteoe will proceed to tIn* ceili-
f'terv, direct from t’a* Choetaw
istation. Itrief burial serviees
I «ill In* held at tin* crave and
friends are invited to attend.
W Fix's Market. <■.'
IItilgc Is I 10
system an 1
1 power of
<Inters left a 1 isi
)' irlicr shop, X„. lop,, N,,ri|,
Hie. fiu*i| j| vonuo sx ill |),.
promptly attcuriuil to.
W hite s ( ream Yer
l>est preventive of
It strengthens th •
assists to that sort o
ereates strength a
endurenee. Price, 25 cents. At
I he ladies aid society
f In istinn ehtin*h vv iil sen
ehieken pie supper at
house on Friday night.
Edith Rieke.\ will leave ft r ^ i'Ust mier, ami ever so many
('larinda, Iowa, today with her Mt>" ol"‘s* *’* course I am not
gran I lath, r, who'll be In re to- ?" e?pert li!" !ny n< ' r
1 . ... 1 hut I am learning fast,
flay irom 1 exas enroute to see his I *• ....
. | lour tor husiuess
aged mother who was paralyzed
at ('larinda yesterday.
I am now locate I in my new
the eourt shop Opp (site the Fife Bell where
: I " ill !>■• ght 1 t > im* t all -of my
night of th" loth. lV-crip-1
of him; \\ hit** hair, blue!
slightly drawn, light coin-j
P'l'sion. I i'ii dollars reward will1
b* paid for information as to his
whereabouts. Write or s,.(. |,K.. !
Hitxnv A i,oi:u.
P. t). I nion City. .Money is
in hands of I >r. Richardson at
I nion City.
\ .vkw s vstkm tt 1: vnny
WITH ITS OWN HAII.U.
r.'Tv \( v-p
fs,'" a ! • » V'* • 1 \* 7 Ln,i
f P j‘. "dstake and t ho preparation which duplicates
gests v*Hir fo ii Vr ■ 1 C rc* mver fails because it di-
l, h ,1*^, ma,'If" A"71 !'r *,satT< 'T is equal I,r pninit on
tr-i.i' * ef r\(• • v k:• 11 i- , ■, u, <lysp.'|.si:iaial. i. much
:.o .1; : i - i _ ' ... , " 11 V' sis wh.it foil eat While the stomach n sts.
Nature never niak.
its action cannot fail
■*o ... is *, .Cfe V4rv ^ «;liiif‘the stcmi'ieh S
•s en seiiiin Koilol In dio u -si feed you want. ' tVe have
us'si it," wrii,. ho'vm in s-s'i ufe,fvr.tlhe Cls' tw'* Wars and have also
heard-f;, f, "f \ alley i■tirnace, W, Va.. "ard never
bottle under our ner ,, merits that we s. 'I every
'bit IMPOK r \N1
*- tiOUTII *. vst
. KCTIOVS AT
It i.M FUN
PALL, PC NY CIIILDKKX.
11 a child lots a had .smelling
Ro.\ . Brown oi Anadarko
and Miss Myrtle Aber of Mim o
wei-e married this morning at the
parsonage of the M. K. Church,
Smth by the 1,’ev. (F. If.(Lfft.*-.
Mr. and Mrs. Brown left on noon
train for their new home near
I>on't let th
wrinkles on y.
young, by keopi
and th- digest
li.iii l of (im.
Seed! Seed! Seed!
•s SIM'd. garden and field and
■ " ...... 11 hxl'ituallj. it.
nose, it it is cross and nervous, if
it does not sleep soundly, If it is
a :c ’
Call ut the old reliabl
elusive seed house,
Shaw it Kintzi.ky.
No. 114 S. Bieklord ave.
o t i
"iXED B.’OC D
Entitled to All the
Property of the Tribe to
Which Their Mothers
The new fixtures which Henry
■liafcr Ims lately put in his
w holesale liipmr house on Biek-
Rights o. j lord ave., are certainly up-to-
: date, lie has one of the pretti-
■ est offices now in HI Reno. I.u-
jciun Bastin and (ieo. IS. Hughes
jure in charge of the estublish-
‘•lit.N and w it limit any <*!ian ■•*•
o injure ar • at W. A. 'i’ol: , !
torse-shooing establishmc it.
I >rop in and s -e tliVm.
PURETY GUARANTEED, j
To be lieaithy, drink soda
Down They Go.
Navy beans, 2.4 pound*
[good bulk eolfee, J
foes. *1.20 per (,u.
a nice line of Fret
j Pork and Beef, i
Hay. \'isit tlieCa
Gko. F. W
hollow-eyed, if it has a pale,
bloodless complexion, if it L grow-
ing thin and lifeless, give jt
j Mother's Worm Syrup and you
will remove the cause of it.sdis-
■t*I: I tress ifliiekly. Tlicn will if. little
e%, and its
K i i llT so
M’p Mite an
At a 1
)t]j 1 Li'al 1 li
11 i f: 11 4
! elh eliv
PlLE-LNE CURES PILES!
-Money refunded if it , u-r fails.
ebb M aldron went
today on business.
Dept, of tIn* Interior,
Ottiee of Indian Affairs.
VS ludiington, Jan. 30, 1!)02.
1 o I nited States Indian Agents
and Superintendents of Schools;
In view of the misapprehension
prevailing at same Indian Agen-
cies and Schools, and also among
the public generafly, us to the
effect of certain decision* of the
Secretary of the Interior upon the
validity of allotments on reserva-
tions to Indians of mixed blind
descended fn*n a white, your
attention is invited In the follow-
The Secretary of (he Interior
has decided that the children born
of a white man, a citizen of the
United States, and an Indian
woman, his wife, follow the status
of the father as to citizenship, and
are not therefore entitled to allot-
ments on the public domain under
Section 1 of the General Allot-
ment Act of Fehruar.v S, is,*7 I
(24 Stilt., 3NS) amended Feb- ^
ruary 28, ls:»l, (2tl Stub, 7t»4) I
The property rights of mixed I h‘ U°4°
bloo Is on reservations are fixed • ■',rs. Libbie Dougin
and determined by the provisions 1 ( ‘ N- Douglass died last night at
of treaties and agreements enter-!Il,,r :,lT s* IV*okfiM-<l «Ve. <
Tin: LAST IIKA HI) (IF IT.
"My little lioy took the croup one
night and soon grew so bad you could
v , , , I hi nr him breathe all over the housi
°u l,H»* anyone " h ■»> *'•<»• j “says F. i), Keynolds, Man-deli,, 0
t a cough
water made from pure distilled
water. Schafer Bottling Worl *. I
Notice the brand blown in bottle I
I | Phone 155. |
I he county commissioners have
tint reached any decision as yet in • • ‘ .......| »ays r. i». ueynoics, .Matisdcld,
I-,.,,.. ,(1 ........* , , ' ,llllKl sullermg from inflamed I “We feared li" wouUi die. luit a 1,
. ' ,IJ' llM's ,l,ld | throat; laryngeal trouble, broneh-! dos<,s °f <,"e -Minute C ough ctu
specifications for building the new itis, coughs, colds, etc., by advis-•‘t'bckly relieved him and '*■■ ■■
eourt house, h will be decided ing tlie use of Bal lard's Horse. ■ '• I'ai's t,e last
by tomorrow. 1 hound Syrup; thegeat remedy for
I coughs and colds. Price, 25 and
to .Mmeo . . , ,, ,, ,,. 1,
00 cents. At C. II. Miller.
*,,., . . . The boys, who deliver the Bel!
All the banks in LI Reno will be o 1 .
. . | in the residence part of town w ill
closed on Saturday, Washington's It , ,
i be around each Saturday to col-
lect* If every one will have their
•I* II. Watkins returned from [dimes ready to hand to the boys,
it will save considerable time and
Perry is on the sick • rouble and will be appreciated.
Are you nervous, run down
A Tell KTT,
Phone No nr.
OHS. HATCHETT & SHUTTLE
H. (\ fUIUTTKi:.
11 o 11 s t * &( )7 S. Hi
i'll one No. 2< h>.
*1. II. V
Kansas City today.
All. N. W.
I '*•' «*''»• * * v'lf', lilll HUM I],
V\ . R. Spicknall is down from weak and dispirited! Taken few
Wichita today to look after his dose* of llerbine. It will infuse
business interests here. i !,ew (‘nei"v’ ,K‘'V lif‘! iM,° t!l(' ,'>;-
Imusted nerves, the overworked
Okla Marie Burns, infant ! brain or muscular system, and
daughter of J. \\ . Burns, died Pot a new face on life and busiii ' is.
Iasi night of pneumonia. Fun
eral services were held at tin
residence on north Bickford ave.
of ilu* croup >,ow isn'
cure like flint valuable’’” One Min-
ute Cough (’un* is iihsolutfly sail
anil acts innneiliately. For coughs,
voids, croup, grip, bronchitis an I all
other throat and lung troubles it is a
certain cure Very plensent to lake.
TI10 little ones like it At C. Jt.
Price 50 cents. At (’. R. Miller.
You can leave 101 Reno 12:25 a.
m. today via the Rock 1-land
at o o clock this afternoon and I Route, arrive at Hot Springs,
the lilt e one was laid to rest in Ark., 11:00 p. 111. same day and
arrive Memphis, Ternt.,7:4oa. m..
I* Birmingham, Ala., 5:40 a. m.,
Chattanooga, Tenn., 0:15 a. m.,
. . o.cnus enter-1 .................. '""l A1 l:‘"ta, (ia., 11:30 a. m., to-
ed into by the several tribes llnd <|Uick consumption. She was a 1 'Uorrow morning. II. (’. t'allu-
b.v general law, and are not affect-........ c'l»ri.-stiui» woman having kan, Agent.
ed by the question of citizenship.1 •’"''"‘d 1*"' < 'lo'istian ehureh, when sl’ring and Summer Samples of
The act of June 7, 1807, (30 Stat., 1 ^ •voars °*d. A husband and -s *st.'Ii>li clothes have just
1890) specifically protects mixed children survive her. Thu been received by Kern the Tailor
bloods in their tribal property. I f"neni1 xerviee* will be held al at His Woodson street establish
It provides that all children of a the residence tomorrow, at 2:3p mt>nt back of IFmebrake's.
marriage theretofore solemnized l>- m- an(^ sl>e will be buried in the
between a white man and an In- ^ Reno cemetery.
dian woman by blood, shall have! p,„ 1 u \i- • ,
*1 , . ei Beuhih M riglit, daughb-r of.!
the same rights and privileges to 11 u* ,- .
the property of the trihu to which 1 Hank died Lt^ight'of ]
tae mother belongs, or kj onged I , , . , ^ 1
,1 , '«,a'.catarrh of the bowels. The bodv
as any other member of the tribe 1 ,, , , . •'
"'ll! be shipped to Hillsboro, Tex
1 hereby take occasion to notify
patrons and friends in El Reno
and vicinity that I have ipiit the
smallpox pra-tice. having no
futher connection with it, there
fore from this data on will enter
private practice again.
Du, E. E. Warns
El R ‘no, Jan. 30. 11)02
i lie I il Reno lodge of Elks w ill
meet Thursday night at Ri 1 Men
CHOICE MEATS AT ALL TIMES.
CHOICE GAME IN SEASON.
CHOiCE OYSTERS, FISH AND CELERY.
Rock Island Meat Market.
Orders promptly delivered
Strictest attention given to orders by ’Phone
’i’haoe No 2ol
Remember the place-Bock I sin 1 | .t . .. .-
lt« nicinii.-r tlm Phone—No 204
218 So. Rock Island Ave
Harms Bros. New Rooms Now
(Signed) A. C. Tower,
(Signed) E. A. Hitchcock.
Secretary of the Interior.
O. L. RICHARDS
Still pays the highest price for
for interment where her grand
parents are buried. She was in
Verti Palmer has accepted n,
position with Mrs. Musgrove as in
driver of the mail wagon.
Mrs. J. H. Major left today for
•coon 1 hand goods, 205 S. Rock * K*Vttn> T., where she'w ill visit
Island avenuo. her son for a few weeks.
The Harms Bros billiard parlors
are now open with Stunt Jackson
in charge. The billiard hall is
entierl.v seperute from the saloon
and wine rooms; and is fitted up
the' very best style. The
j Brunswiek-Balko billiard and
pool tables are used. Lovers of
the game are assured of good ser-
vice and best treatment.
E. A. Si!Ai:i*i*. Se
Sell your second hand goods to
I. II. Neyman, 213 S. Bickford
The lecture on China slated for
to night h. s been indef-
initely postponed, owing to
Mrs. Hayshaving contracted a
There is probably no disease or
condition of the human system
that causes more suffering and
distress than piles. Tablet's'.*
Buckeye l’ileOintment cures them
quickly, without pa n or detention
from business. Price, 50 in bottles.
Tubes, 75 cents. At (A R. Miller
Call at 213 S. Bickford av enue
for bargains in second hand goods.
1. 11. Neyman, mgr.
r WILL PLEASE EVERYONE
To know I have just received a carload of extra fine Furniture
that vvi I r please the Gents and Indies and the babies. Come'
and see for yourselves.
G. Iva. Perry
Furniture and Undertaking, 110 S. Bickford.
EL RENO, O. T.
Beauty is Health.
terrible condition. My life was no plessuro
Improve. The pal „
davsh ?huvat th0CO™Ct ^conUnuedTh*
* ll»n ever i>pTlli4!E
Mrs. LIZZIE ilANN'KI.I.
I hereby notify all parties hav-
ing bills for lumber and any
other material used in the con-
struction and finishing of my
building on Bickford avenue, on
lot No. 9, block Ml, and all who
have unsettled claims for labor
done on same to present the same
to me at once and not later than
March 1, 1902. as 1 want to see
that all these bills are settled in
J. M . Manky, Owner.
s...y Mjsfjsss ^ sr:;
™«irar,Ute«P'wh r mort out of lif" th.n
Win, nf r a ,"ho*J,c,! indicate sufferin'.
Hint of Cardui made Mrs. Manneli “better look.
liWy happi" b*“u,e a cured her
Of these Urntse pam,. But she is no exception.
the womb! Be.uty flees quickly before the raises Zt^urh H™ lllllnSI®1
snarp pains of failing of the womb dr,n,n ° duease. The
b.V'^nc^-L'ulorr'h^ drh.L.‘y^0Udy,';'f o'? m
In this city handle. *1.00 bottles of Wine of Gmdui h ^ Evtfy
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Simpson, E. J. El Reno Evening Bell. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 153, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 20, 1902, newspaper, February 20, 1902; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc913556/m1/4/: accessed January 18, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.