The Peoples Press (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 142, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 22, 1911 Page: 3 of 4
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Only 6 days more of the Great GREEN TAG SALE at FRYBERGERS
Mrs. S. N. Curry of Yukou is
ti Reuo visitor today
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Cowden's Racket store is
today to 211 North Bickford.
U iss Kuby Hadley will spend to-
morrow visiting in Oklahoma City.
Mrs. James Rutherford of Okla-
homa City was the guest of Mrs. .Johu
Clyde Musgrove, who has been ou
the sick list for several days is again
on duty at the postotlice.
Miss Houser of Kelso's will leave j
Monday on a vacation trip. She will
spend a week as the guest of Miss
Relia Lovell of (Jeary and from there
will go to Kansas City.
SEMI-ANN GAL SHOI
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NOW ,;<>!.\r, ON IN I I I j. Hi.A -I
Jack McConnell, who closes an en-j
gagement at the Lyric tonight has I
pleased his many hearers with his i
pleasing voice and it is hoped El Reno !
may have the opportunity of hearing J
Mrs. Fred Ganghoru, who has been |
visiting her mother, Mrs. W. H.
Thompson, who resides ou South El-
lison will leave the early part of next
week for Cleveland, Ohio, where she
will join her husband.
T. T. Johnson the Minco banker,
came up to El Reno yesterday even-
ing in his auto and is now the guest
of Ed LeVan. Mr. Johnson and Mr.
LeVan will start on an auto trip to
Colorado the first of next week.
The Weber Wall Paper company
is moving today into the building
formerly occupied by Simes the pho-
tographer, oil Wade street The
building is being renovated, papered
and repaired and presents a neat ap-
There was only one entry for the
amateur bill at the El Reno theater
last night Little Miss Bradford-
Bunch, who isn't really a "bunch"
at all, but just a "pocket edition,"
sang very sweetly and pleased a good
Robert Shaw has resigned his posi-
tion with the El Reuo Foundry and
Machine company and leaves the
parly part of next week for Oxford,
Wisconsin where he has accepted a
position with the Bates and Rogers
New supply of pencils just receiv-
ed at Hensley's Book Store. Have
you ever used a Velvet pencil? If
so, you will never use any other.
All grades, soft, medium and hard.
Also new line of Venus drawing and
copying pencilcs 33-tf.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W Grigsby and
children, Glenn and Buster of 920
West Woodson, will leave next week
for a two months trip in the west.
They will visit in Denver, Colorado
Springs, Pueblo, Glennwood Springs,
Manitou and Salk Lake City before
returning to their home here
(!. W. Nichols of Kansas City, who
was called here on account of the
death of his father, Judge .1. A.
Nichols, says that we do not know
what the word drought means, when
we compare the dry weather here
with the (lA weather at Kansas City
and in the surrounding country. He
says that every green thing from
Kansas City south to McFarland,
Kansas, is dried up and dead, and
that when he left there a few days
ago the rainfall was less than one-
sixth as much as the rainfall here.
So if misery loves company, it may
be a consolation to some, to know
that there are dryer places on earth
That the New Idea Commission
Store has moved from 119 North
Bickford to 221 South Rock Island.
All M >n - $5. 10 Shoes at SI.IN'
All Men's $4.00 Shoes at
All Men's f3.50 Shoes at 2.05
All Men's $3.00 Shoes at 2.SO
All Men's $2..~>o Shoes at 2.10
All Men's $r>.00 Oxfords- $-1.00
All Men's $4.00 Oxfords 3.00
All Men's $3.50 Oxfords 9.711
All Men's $3.00 Oxfords 11.35
MEN'S WORK SHOES.
All Men's $4.00 Work Shoes $3.35
All Men's $3.50 Work Shoes 3.00
All Men's $3.00 Work Shoes 2.15
All Men's $2.50 Work Shoes 2.00
All Men's $2.00 Work Shoes 1.05
All Women's $4.00 Shoes at.
All Women's $3.50 Shoes at_
All Women's $3.00 Shoes at
All Women's $2.50 Shoes at_
All Women's $2.00 Shoes at..
All Women's $4.00 Oxfords.
All Women's $3.50 Oxfords
All Women's $3.00 Oxfords.
All Women's $2.50 Oxfords
GIKI.'S SHOES \M OXFORDS.
Girl's $2.50 Shoes and Oxfords. . $2.10
Girl's $2.'mi Shoes and Oxfords 1.05
Girl's $1.75 Shoes and Oxfords. 1.15
Girl's $1.T>0 Shoes and Oxfords. 1.25
Girl's $1.25 Shoes and Oxfords. _ I .OO
Girl's $1.00 Shoes and Oxfords. ,s<t
It you expect to live long enough to wear out another pair of shoes, it will pay you to buy
them now and get a good pair at the price of bad ones. }/./. GOODS SO!.I) FOR <7 J V//
SCH O W E N G E R D T'S
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THE WOODWARD STOCK COMPANY
opens a week's engagement with the beautiful four-act
Society Drama of the South
"Taint of BIoo
Tins company .snnes to 11-. recommended .us l>eiiig >-«|ually .is jiNxl as the Dudley ouipaiiy who played
here for two weeks with splendid success, only the Woodward company is carrying t much stronger line of
specialties than any show on the airdonie time. The hand will play at the \ir<lonie Sunday night.
IIAIiKK A BAPTISTS
BUFFALO BALL BOYS.
The Batraca class ball team of the
Eirst Baptist church played a match-
ed game with Calumet at the fair
grounds yesterday afternoon. The
score at the end of the ninth inning
was 2 to 2, and the visitors refused
to play off the tie.
('LEAK SPARKLING WATER.
More than we need. Will supply
you, if you want good water Hamil-
ton's Laundry 136-Ht.
PRESS WANT ADS ONE CENT A WORD.
M. L. Denick advance agent of the
Western Automobile Association is
going to put on an auto race at El
Reno on August 11th. The races will
t.ak.' place at the fair grounds
Reliable weather forecast Ac-
cepting the sign book of the old tim-
er as the only correct and safe guide
to weather prophecy, we hereby an-
nounce that the rainy season will set
in sometime between the last days
of the present week and the middle of
next week. This may be absolutely
relied on if it does not fail. How do
we know'' Just wait and see—Tulsa
CLOSING OUT SALE I
EXTRA SPECiAL BARGAINS TONIGHT AFTER \
SUPPER. Dry Goods, Shoes and Ladies Furnnshings £
at LESS THAN COST, I
220 South Bickford
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Hensley, T. F. The Peoples Press (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 142, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 22, 1911, newspaper, July 22, 1911; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc123297/m1/3/: accessed April 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.