The El Reno American. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 14, 1917 Page: 4 of 14
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June Clearance Sale
Where Your Dollars Will Have More Cents
Perhaps the recent torrid wave has convinced you that your.clothing is absolutely unfit lor the real enjoyment of life during the
summer months. We have anticipated your needs in our June Clearance Sale. If you are not perfectly comfortable during
these days read the following bargains in summer comfort-bringers.
Sale Closes Saturday Night, June 23,
t hese goods are absolutely first-class in quality and not poor grade stock, such as is usually shipped in for sales,
perhaps you can get an idea of the bargains being offered at this sale.
As for the values read the items below and
DARK AND LIGHT PERCALES
(Mi in. wide)
1 iM)n tda. Percale, June Ueuranco
Extra A A 111 cached Mualin, Clear
Extra line liniah Muslin, Clearance
Puppcrell Sheeting, 9-4 Bleached,
Fleam ncc Price ^7c
lYppurtdl Sheeting, 9-4 Brown. < lent
.in.'.- l • 11-• .* 88c
P««pperell TufoiiiK, Bleach' <1. Blear
On, lot Boys* Blue Overalls, June
Clearance Price, only ..... 48c
o N T San-Silk Thread, Clearance
Price, only 4c
.i<i yd. Spool Silk Sewing Thread.
Clearance Price, only...... 4c
All Millinery Closed out at June Clear
Don 't fail to visit our Lace and Em-
broidery Tables wonderful values dur-
ing this June Clearance Sale.
LADIES’ MALINE VESTS
Maline Underwear for ladies and
M rases, at June Clearance Prices. Don’t
miss these wonderful values.
Indies’ Maliue Vests, June Clearance
lot I/adies’ Maline Vests,
Clearance Price . —
1 lot Ladies’ Maline
1 lot Ladies’ Maline
1 lot Ladies’ Maline
At June Clearance Prices
Don’t miss these wonderful bargains
in Silks, 'Messelines, Taffetas, Tub .Silks,
ami Crepe Chines, in all colors.
Crepe de <Thine, 40-in., June Clear- %
ance Price ... —- $1.43
CbifTon Taffetas, June Clearance
Tub Silks, Mi-in, June Clearance
Washable Silks, June Clearance Price 48c
Terra Silks, all colors, June Clear-
an> • l'r '••• 59c
Silk Pongee Stripes, June Clearance
SUITINGS AND SKIRT MATERIALS
36-in Wool Serge, June Clenran-ce
Price ------- 74c
36-in Wool Batiste, June Clearance
96-iu Silk and Cotton, June Clear-
ance Price___ 48c
36-in French Serge, June Clearance
42-in French Serge, June Cb aranee
1 're- $1.25
5,000 YDS CALICO, AMERICAN PRINT
J une (Tle&ran se Price 8c
(Only 10 yards to Customer.*
THE GLOBE STORE, EL RENO, OKLA.
T This is the time for people to be economical and saving. - - Don’t spend another cent until you see our bargains.
CTgngr; ithszet m-K --n i-.
Mrs. J M Stottl, the week'past.
The. cemetery association met at the
home of Mrs. C. W. Smith Wednes-
day with 20 members present and
many visitors. About 60 in all were
present. Six dollars in cash was col-
Nlus Keep kool
Wear 'Keep Kool Clothes
nd be comfortable in the Hottest weather
l he suits arc of "Cool Cloth," Palm Beach
and "Silk Mohair." handsomely tailored,
perfect fitting garment* ol character and
Prices $6.95. $b.30, $10. $15
Mrs. W. H Knox was called to St.
Joseph, Mo* last week to see her fath , lected and much work was done,
er, W. II. Kuhler, who is very sick. •
Mias Margaret Meade, from Shaw-
nee, Okla., has been the guest of her
sister, Mrs. Sam Hulbert, the past
week. Miss Meade has accepted a po
sition as teacher in tie Piedmont
Mr and Mrs. r. M Smith and daugh
I ter, Marie, visited in K1 Reno Satur
Ralph and Prank Hubbort motored
to Oklahoma Pity on business Satur-
Harry Goff has sold his farm in Re-
no township to Mr Butler, of near El
Reno, and has purchased a ranch of
220 acres near Greamfield. Okla
Miss Alice Hendrickson was a cal!
er at the horn# of Mrs. Eva Abies. Mon-
Miss Kdythe Stout was a guest of
Mrs. l\>ra David. Saturday.
Fred Hecker passed through Rich-
land from Yukon with a new binder
Mrs A J. Coder and Mrs. J. 1!
Oranikow were quests of Mrs. J M
Mr. and Mrs Hada Abies were call-
ers at the home of Mrs. Ella Spiker.
Joseph Roby is building a large bum j *
Sherman Schubert finished cutting '■ *
his wheat Saturday and many others *
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Gossett, from
Piedmont, were visitors at the Rich-
land hank Saturday.
John Knox motored to El Reno Sat
Miss Marie Smith was an evening
guest of Mis. Nora Miller, Friday.
Rev. and Mrs. A. J Coder and daugh
ter, Myrtle, were guests of Mr. and
I Mrs J H Gramkow, Thursday.
Walter Gregory has been laid up
with a gathering in the palm of his
hand of some kiud. but it is improving
Otto Schein and son. Edwin, motored
to El Reno Saturday.
Mrs. Byron Gregory was in Rich
land Thursday afternoon
J. 11. Gramkow went to El Reno Sat-
The Children’s day exercises Sunday
night were largely attended and those
present say it was fine. Four dollars
was raised lor missions
Mr and Mrs. Roy Hall, of Calumet,
and Mr. and Mrs. Busk irk were Sun-
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walker.
A baby girl arrived at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gregory Mon-
well have as th«*ir guest their sister,
Mrs. E. L. Wilson and daughter, of
Miss Alma Hoffman will go to Ed-
mond this week to attend school.
Mrs. Jvathrine Naill will go to Law
ton to visit her niece next week.
Mrs Edna Mattox, of Chickasha.
was the guest of Mrs. Otto A. Shut j
tee during the week-end.
Miss Lucile Huntington is visiting
relatives in Enid.
Miss Hazel Huntington is attending
the summer session of the A. and M.
college, at Stillwater.
Mrs. Leckron. of Tulsa, attended
the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Maria
Jenkins, which was held last Wednes-
day morning at the Catholic church.
Miss Lilian Waite is spending the
summer in the south visiting at Gal*
\eston, New Orleans and other cities.
Mrs. Goo. Cauby, son Drury, and
daughter. Dorothy; departed for the
west Thursday After visiting friends
me relatives in Enid. Wellington, Her-
rington and Council Grove, Kan., they
will be joined by Morris Stock who
will motor with them to Washington.
Mr. Cauby will meet them in Spokane.
They will reside in Monitor. Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. McAlpin, of Elk
City, were HI Reno visitors Thursday.
Miss Ruth and Clarence Mohr are
spending several weeks with their
brothers in Tulsa and Sapulpa.
| R D. Nfertin, who has been ill for
| some time, is now quite improved.
• i Mr. and Mrs. C. DeLana and chit*
• dren are at Mineral Wells, Texas, for
• a fortnight.
• * Ray Maher is in Chicago this week
• j Miss Georgia Loving, of Anadarko.
la n n eba n m s
Ikt fhj H’m n>t In
are cutting at present. f
S A Hvndrl. kRon and family attend j Mr*. Harri. t Paxton h»* rHurnod | is the guest of her cousin, Miss Mary
. I the show in El li. no Krldnv night i'» h°mi' of her daughter. Mrs. A Louise Ilradford.
Hiram Johnson is on the sick list j •= Morrison, after visiting In St. Louis. Mrs IV F Streeter is the guest of
thiK w,.rk | Prof. C. M I.ieb wns at home from | her daughter in Seattle, Wash , this
W II Allen. <■ W Smith and aon. I Edmond for the week-end. He is n month
Kay. made a business trip to Yukon member of the facility during the sum- Mrs Moss Heaver and daughters.
Wednesday Imer term of the normal sc hood Misses Grace and Ruby, are sojourn-
Miss Alva Brinkman, from near Yu i v a,u* ^rM* Callahan, of ’ng at Sulhpui.
guest of Mrs. Harley iGuthrie, w t re here last week attend-1 •» H. Mohr has resigned his position
! kon, w as the
Lrinkman the past week.
J Elmer Long has been
ling the district conference
St j with a milling company in Abilene,
the <lck I John’s Methodist church, ami visiting Kan. and has gone hi to the feed busi- |
list a ft w days j former friends | nVss with his son. William, who re- j
At. Smith m proparing tho build i Mrs. Hour, lasper, of Dallas. Tnv . • omlv moved to Tulsa. He is greatly j
... residence. He savs the r.,milv I * r guest at the home of Mrs. W T 1 fl-ased with the prospect for a thr.v-
* * i.ig business there. His family will ■
Mr. and Mrs
F. K. Arnold, of Han aot move for some time.
is getting tired of life ont of doors
Mr and Mrs Ray Hall and daughter, j .
ccieldo from Calumet, were gueats nl,’al M" guest* of friend* here Mt *nd Mrs 1. R Myers frank
of Mr. and Mrs Harry Abels Friday l**' wwk Tim former was in busi- Kralt and Hr. Thomas I.anc returned
several years ago. .Minday night from a two weeks’ so-
Mineral Wells. Texas. Thev
big time and valuable trip
Mrs Henry Paulsen and sons are
1 ere* Horn Joplin, Mo
J C. Calhoun is spending this week
i.t Fort Smith, Ark.
Mrs A K Westfall and Miss Max
Miss Clara Lechtenberger anti Miss
I Myrtle Coder called at the home of
Mrs. Stout Thursday.
Miss Jewel Spiker visited her sis
te Mrs. Eva Abels, Thursday.
Chris Stout and family, from Geary,
were guests ot his parents. Mr. and
Garfield Schaffer is recovering from jjourn
his recent illness.
from a health point of view
was made by auto.
A. Armstrong,.one of the progres
Hive larmers out on route 3, wns in
El Reno Monda>
Make Summer Work Cool
Two great helps—the Electric Fan and Electric Iron
Take advantage of Electrical conveniences to make your household
work as easy as you can this summer.
ELECTRIC IRONING is the cool, quick way to iron. It’s the satis
factory way, too, because the daintiest things are perfectly Ironed
An electric fan is ready instantly to blow a cooling breeze, to start
the dead air circulating wherever you are. Don’t let this summer
find your home without an Electric Fan
If You Can't Enlist—INVEST Buy a Liberty Bond
El Reno Gas and Electric Co.
N I. GARRISON, MANAGER.
108 North Rock Island Avenue Phone 400
Electric Appliances Will Give You Time for ihr Things Y'ou Want to Do
Mr. Owens of the firm of Owens and |
Watkins, monument and tomb stone
makers of Chickasha, was in El Reno I
on business. Monday. While here he |
became a member of The American |
family for the next year.
M RELIEVES ECZEMA
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Bronson, E. S. The El Reno American. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 14, 1917, newspaper, June 14, 1917; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc911323/m1/4/: accessed October 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.