The Peoples Press (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 218, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 21, 1911 Page: 4 of 4
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ECONOMY BASEMENT OFFERINGS
Boys Knickerbocker Pants the 50c quality at 38c. Boys 1 .ong Pants the $2.00 quality $1.00
The Great Big Shoe Special
10 yards of Calico for—
20 yards of «V4 cent Outing for - *«•«"
12 yards of 12% cent Light Outing - --- - -*'«
35 yards ( f Muslin for J"
20 yards fine quality Muslin for - "
U. yards of 4 lb. 30 in. regular 10 cent quality
12 yards 4 2 in. Pillow Slip, Sea Island Muslin, regular 12%
cent quality JJ'J®
16 yards Hallowood Bleached, regular 10 cent quality--- Sl.oo
10(1 Child* shirts and pants, each '<><
100 Boys shirts and pants, each _
200 Women's shirts and pants, each ~J<
160 Misses union suits, each -j_M'
All r.Oc union suits *•"
All 75 cent union suits - owc
12 yards of all Linen Towling, regular 12% cent quality- _*1-OA
16 yards of 10 cent Percales #1.00
We cut any quantity of the above goods at the same price.
$1.25 Linen Sheeting will be offered at per yard 7K<
All Wool Treco for dresses, a regular 40 cent quality
10,000 yards in all sorts of Remnants at Basement prices.
11.00 Suits, regular heavy unfleeced 75<
J 1.00 Heavy fleeced, per suit
A good pair overalls '
A good work shirt ,w<'
A good dress shirt "
A line assorted lot of shoes at Bargain Basement prices.
This whole pl<'
diers. The messe
h leap of twenty
bridge and escajx^jJ
of the best
%S() Men's and Boy's Overcoats all new and this years stock, at a
tremendous saving. Bi£ cut on Misses Coats. big cut on
Admission l" <'fl
Hoy's and Men's Clothing at a
Main Floor I hat Will Interest You.
Main f loor
< )ne of Pat he';
A thrilling fire
seen can never be
An Edison lift
"OVER THE <
WANTS 1 CENT A WOKIJ.
WANTED—Mrs. Harry Johnson to
call at the Press office Monday and
receive five tickets to the El Reno
WANTED—Reliable woman or girl
to care for baby when wanted.
Phone 623 or call at 1203 South
WANTED—Experienced white woman
for general housework. Phone 833.
FOR SALE—Three room house, 37
feet front, well and barn. Call on
Nick Pappas, 120 West Russell St.
LOST—Plain coral shirt waist ring.
Reward. Mignon Carter, Fryber-
LOST, A BIBLE—The loser will learn
where he lost it by attending wor-
ship at the Presbyterian church Sun-
day morning. 218-1*
LOST—32d degree Masonic double-
agle watch charm. Reward for re-
turn to J. T. Bradford. 188-tf
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COAL COAL COAL
Genuine McAlester deep shaft lump coal. Come and
look ray stock over, none better. $6.00 per ton delivered
while I am unloading 600 tons.
Also 200 cords of wood delivered at $4.75 per cord.
S. J. WICK
A real "side-spl
of hearty laughs.
MISS Itl'TH P
FOR RENT—Four room house, close
in. water and barn. Phone 373.
FOR RENT—A one room house, 14
by 16, close in, furnished if de-
sired. Phone 373. 218-1*
FOR U KNT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. 40 7 South
FURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT to
couple without children. P. O. Box
«7, City. 218-5*
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, $8.00 and up,
219 North Macomb. 214-tf
FOR RENT—A good 11 room resi-
dence, with cement porches and
•ement walks. Well 50 feet deep
with force pump. Plenty of good,
Hoft water as good as Caddo Springs
water. Good neighborhood, close to
school, one and a half blocks from
depot. Reasonable rent. Phone 665.
Inquire 300 North Choctaw. 200-tf
jrOR KENT—Modern furnished rooms
at 209 South Barker. 81-tf
FOlT RENT—Apartmen for light
housekeeping. 41/< South Choctaw.
Unique Dry Cleaning Works
LEADING CLEANERS AND
Phone Ota 216 S. Rock Island
SPLENDID ROOMS—Over Hiekmans
Music Store, cheap for office or
M^ing 205 South Rock island.
SANITARY HAIR DRESSING
We positively guarantee to grow
hair on bald heads. A trial will
convince you of the efficiency of
Phone 778 Room 5, IHU2 North
Sundav school at 9:45 a. m.,
Morning worship at 11 o clock. rne
theme of the sermon is
o'clock. The sermon
This is a church
meeting at 6:30
Notice to Coal Consumers.
We have the best grades of
McAlester and Henryetta coal.
Price and weight right.
Thanking you in advance for
JOHNSON COAL COMPANY
FOR SALE—Calf. Phone 752. 15-4
$260 00 BUYS A SIX ROOM house
and barn. Inquire of A L. Nichol-
SNOW IN AMARILLO.
Amarillo, Texas, Oct. 21.—'The first,
snow storm of the season began last
night in Amarillo and the Panhandle
country. The snow began following
a drizzle of rain and continues with
increasing intensity. On account of
high temperature of the ground the
fall is not remaining to any consid-
Strangers and visitors arc especially
E. RANDALL HORTON, Pastor
St. John's Methodint.
Sunday school 9:45 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and •:30 p. m.
by the pastor.
Epworth League at 6:30 p. m. Ad-
dress by Rev. G. Lyle Smith, bunday
school in Fair addition at 3:30 p. m.
Tou are welcome to all services.
Nineteenth Sunday after Trinity
Sunday school 10 a. m.
Morning service 11 a. m.
HAPGOOD FAY Rector.
Sunday school 9:45 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. rn.
B. Y. P. IT. 7 p. m. .
Rev. Croxton of Ada will preach in
this church tomorrow at bot.b the
morning and evening service in the
place of the Rev. Maddux, who is com-
pelled to be absent from the city.
Services held in this church every
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Subject
for tomorrow's lesson: "Probation Aft-
er Death." _r
Testimonial meeting every Wednes-
day evening at 8 o'clock and to these
services the public is cordially invited.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
NATIONAL RESERVE ASS'N.
Aldrich's Revised Reform Currency
Plan Forms Basis for Proposed
Washington, Oct. 21.—Former!
Senator Nelson W. Aldrich of Rhode j
Island, has submitted to the National
Monetary commission, of which he is
chairman, a revision of his plan for
monetary legislation. The commis-
sion may use it as the basis of its
recommendations to congress.
The basic principles of the plan
are substantially the same as those
embodied in Mr. Aldrich's first propo-
sition, sent to the commission last
January, which he said he expected
would serve as a basis for national
discussion. Important phases, which
were then unsettled, and those which
have since been envolved, are treat-
ed in the recommendation.
Briefly the plan still provides for
the organization of a national re-
serve association with capital of
$300,000,000 and the United States
government and the banks owning
shares shall be the only depositors.
The plan of dividing the United
States at first into fifteen financial
districts remains unchanged.
In each district the banks shall
form local associations of their own,
which in turn will be represented in
the branches and finally in the cen-
tral organization, through a system
of election of directors, which will
make it impossible for any section
or set of bankers to control the
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Hensley, T. F. The Peoples Press (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 218, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 21, 1911, newspaper, October 21, 1911; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc123372/m1/4/: accessed May 19, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.