The Peoples Press (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 139, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 19, 1911 Page: 3 of 4
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Only 10 days more of the (jreat GREEN TAG SALE at I'R\ BRRGER S
Another fine rain this morning.
Many people ar>- plauting gardens
Cotton is looking Sue tu this sec-
tion of the country.
Mrs. E. E. Sautell who has been ill
is reported tuuch improved.
Several couples from town attend-
ed the dance at Fort Reno last night.
Mr. and Mrs. "Billy" Bannister
left this morning for a month's visit
Miss Coral Brashear of Winfield,
Kansas is the guest of Mrs Hans
Paulsen of this city-
Two rough riders, a man and his
wife, gave an exhibition oa the
streets yesterday evening
The Ladies Altar Society will meet
with Mrs. James Harkins, ~>19 South
Choctaw Thursday evening
Misses Mary Paulsen, Edith Hall,
Delia Roberts and Ethel and Effle
I)o w el I were hostesses to a very en-
joyable dancing party given yester-
day evening at the K. of C. hall in I
honor of Misses Beatrice and Vida j
Wheeler of Enid and Coral Brashear j
of Winfield. Kansas. Music for the
occasion was furnished by Mr. Boyd i
Bunch and Mr. Bowers.
During the evening delicious fruit j
punch was served. Among the guests!
present were Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Oalagher, Mr. and Mrs. Nash Setzer.
Mr and Mrs. T. E. Dowell, Mr. and
Mrs, Harry Morris, Mr. and Mrs. C.
O. Dowell, Mr. and Mrs. Hans I'aul-
sen. Mr and Mrs. Stickney; Misses
Florence Pettit. Lydia Woodhouse,
Marion and Agnes Cuthbertson, Edith
Paulsen. Caroline Rohkar, Pauline
Funda, Beatrice and Vida Wheeler.
Carol Brashear. Mary Salmon, Anna
Paulsen, Eva Stone and Christine
McLean; Messrs Gail Mitchell. Bert
and Clyde Loy, Oscar Howard, Ray
Hat< hett, Gladner Bernard, Kenneth
Wattson, John Townsend. I Alton
Duffy, Earl Woodhouse, Pete Doyle,
Will Maher, Fred Funda, John Mc-
Lean and Mr Cochran.
A party of young people drove out
>u a hay rack to Fort Reno yesterday
evening and attended the dance.
There will be special celebration
of the Holy Communion at Christ
church, Thursday evening at 7:30
Col. J. H. Porter of Hinton arrived
in El Reno last evening, and is visit-
ing his daughter Mrs. Hans Paulsen.
Mrs. J. ti. Kerrick left Monday for
La Rose, 111., where she was called
by the serious illness of her father
YOENG MEN'S BOOSTER < 1,111
MEET1 NG POSTPONED
On account of being unable to get |
into the Engle building yesterday
evening the meeting of the Young I
Men's Booster club which was to
! have taken place at that time was
postponed until Thursday evening at |
S o'clock. The meeting will be held
at the People's airdome. A large ]
crowd •■as turned away last night.
Wayne Douglas a former El Reno
boy is visiting in K\ Reno for a few
route to El Paso,
A \ I W
Mrs. *T a. Bordeaux of Taiban,
New Mexico is visiting her daughter,
Mrs. j Rogers, "29 South Ellison
Dr Clarence Dtinn, veterinary sur- j
geon with headquarters at the Brick ;
Barn, has established a cab and bag-j |
gage line with full new equipment in
every thing necessary to conduct an i ]
up to date enterprise of that charac-1
ter. John R. Lowe is in charge <if
the baggage department, with head-||
quarters at the Brick Barn.
Rev. Bo wen
sist Rev. Fay
of Chickasha will as-
with the confirmation
Christ church this
TEESDAY MADE RECORD
FOR LOW TEMPER ATI
A marriage license was issued yes-
terday evening to George W Bran-
son and Miss Nellie Nelson, both of
The lowest temperature ever re-1
corded at the weather bureau in Ok- 1
lahoma City on July 18 was exper
ienced Tuesday morning at 6 o'clock
The mark was 62 degrees above zero,
exactly 30 degrees above the freez
ing point and 3 degrees less than the
i former record established in 1898.
Mrs Lehman of SOG West Wade
street left this morning for an ex-
tended visit with her mother at Cof-
The Ladies Aid Society of the First
M E. church will meet Thursday
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs.
Sawyer. 318 South Foster
Yesterday was one of the busiest
lays of the summer at the public
library. The list of books taken out
or exchanged numbered 83.
A W A CI
W. Ashton, assistant labor com-
missioner. with headquarters at Ok-
lahoma Cit> . is here today to investi- j
gate a charge against the Connelly
Construction company of paying less
than the minimum wage of $ 1.7 Ti for
unskilled labor, on the construction
of the new city hall
I N lERl"
Mr. and Mrs A O Ashbrook of
Blackwell, Okla.. arrived in El Reno,
today for a visit at the home of their tri^
son, M. A Ashbrook. 1001- South
A man was
it" badger in
t different species from th
used in "fights" here in th'
Among those who C&iue from out
it town to attend the funeral of
Judge (allies A. Nichols are the fol-
lowing: J- O. Strong of Oklahoma
City, H. A Killion of Norman; W.
H Wheatley of Horton, Kansas; Tom
Addington of Yukon and William
Penright of Calumet
To members of Christian church
and Bible school. On account of the
unsettled condition >t" the weather
the picnic is postponed until next
A report is current in Yukon that
interurban between El Reno and
Yukon has been surveyed and that the
first load of rails for the tracks was
hauled out from Yukon yesterday.
This report is not confirmed, however,
bv Henr\ Schafer.
See Those 53 cent Foulard Silks
See Those 25c Tissue Ginghams
See Those 25 cent Silk Mixtures
Worth 40c and 50c yd.
See Those 19c Tissue Ginghams
Worth 25c and 50c vd.
See Those 17 cent Wash Goods
Worth 25c and 35c
See Those 13 cent W ash Goods
Worth 20c and 25c
See Those 11 cent W ash Goods
worth 15c and 20c
See Those Fancy Parasols
Reduced nearly Half
See Those White Linens
all goods on sale
See all those Big Bargains at the
VI'HI.ETIC HOP TONIGHT.
The regular weekly hop of the El
Reno Athletic club will be given to-
night in Jackson's hall. A larger at-
tendance than usual is looked for
on account of the cooler
CLEAR SPARKLING WATER.
More than we need. Will supply
you, if you want good water Hamil-
1 3 6-Bt
That the New Idea Commission
Store has moved from 119 North
Biekfor 1 to 221 South Rock Island
New supplv of pencils just receiv- j and to plan a way for ending the
ed at Hensley's Book Store. Have strike at McCurtain Okla
, .... At McCurtain 450 men are on a
you ever used a Velvet pencil. strikei the u„ion having penalized the
so, you will never use any other Bois Coal company there $16,200
All grades, soft, medium and hard, j on the ground that it keeps a portion
Also new line of Venus drawing and men idle Ibis strike was 'all
., „ ed several weeks ago
copying pencllcs i.i-tt.
SHORTAGE OK WATER
SIIETS DOW N MILLS
Wauregau, Conn . duly 19. -Owing
to the shortage of water and a dull
j market, the Wauregau otton mills,
employing 400 hands, have stopped
for a few weeks Mills it Putnam,
Williamsville, 'he Killlngly Valleys,
| Baltic, Taftville, Occum and Green-
ville, employing uearly 2,000 hands
are on short time jwing to the short-
age of water
I NION MEN ARRANGE
TO SETTLE MINE STRIKE.
Fort Smith, Ark., July 10 John
T. White, international president of
the mine workers' union, and officers
of the United Mine Workers of Amer-
ica opened a two days' conference
here yesterday. The object of the
meeting is to settle differences exist-
ing between the miners and employ-
ers of this, the tw-uty-first listrict
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Hensley, T. F. The Peoples Press (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 139, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 19, 1911, newspaper, July 19, 1911; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc123294/m1/3/: accessed January 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.