The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 311, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 14, 1921 Page: 3 of 4
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Mmes. Earl Woodhouse, Charles Mi
son and Gladnor Barnard, auctlo
and trail party.
EI- RENO DAILY DEMOCRAT
Guild of Episcopal church, Mrs. John
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Royal Neighbors, regular meeting.
Comus club, Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Mrs- L- R- Gephart's Sunday school
-I cut out from my Silk stock a lot of them that
are selling regular at $2.50 and $3.00 a yard and
they are 111 all colors, and not remnants, biit regular
goods. SALE PRICE $1-89
They are worth more than on the
Ni'w V«>rk Market todav
class, dinner at the Presbyterian, rest Nave will entertain at X o'cIock
church. ^ luncheon Saturday.
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Miss Mary Winningham, Talk a Bit T|m _
C|ub_ 11,6 T A. club will meet Satur
.... da* afternoon with Mrs. John Gal-
Icileour club, Miss Katherine Gross.
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Mrs. Ij. a. Garner will entertain
the Matinee club Saturday afternoon.
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One of the most enjoyable' parties
of the season was that of yesterday
when Mrs. Herman Younghelm en
., TT ,, | tertalned at auction. Her home was
" ^ M". For-1 attractively decorated with baskets
ARE IN FASHION NOW
Get a good easy running mower and help keep
your City Beautiful.
Next week we will tell you about a LAWN MOW-
ER CONTEST we are going to conduct.
MOWERS, ALL SIZES
From $10.00 to $25.00
L. K. Butts
| SUGAR per lb
SPECIAL SELLING FOR FRIDAY
$3.5o Push-a-Bike for the kiddies $2.53
$1-1x00 \ ictanola Graphonola, in oak __ __ $118 00
CJi >thes Baskets $i.95 and $2;25
14-piece Aluminum Kitchen Set $12.75
Remember and Visit Our Furniture Sale Now On
MEAD FURNITURE STORE
205 South Rock Island Phone 23o
fWDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY
piT,'fS' each, 53c; dozen $6.25
I caches, each 63c; dozen $6.95
Apricots, each 63c; dozen $6.95
Loganberries, each ~ JJ 27
----- $1®7; dozeni:::$l2!50
Kea I it ted Cherries, (New York), each $1.23
SUNKIST Regular 35c dozen 27c
ORANGES Peck 83c
Regular 30 cent Lemons, dozen 23c
WINESAP Per bushel box $2 35
APPLES Peck 65c
7 bars Swift's White Soap 25-
Louis 1 eanut Butter, at each 59c; 2 for 97c
of pink carnations and ferns. In the
reciving line with the hostess were
her aunt, Mrs. Ike Daniels of Shaw-
nee and Mmes. Henry DeFord, S. M
Singer, H. Meeting and Joseph Bar-
off of Anadarko. The high score fa-
vors, exquisite pieces of pottery, were
won by Mrs. Bert Loy and Mrs. Sin-
ger. Mrs. F. L. Rhodes won a hand-
some handkerchief in a cut of all the
guests. After the game a delicious
two course luncheon was served,
Mmes. J. O. Wheeler, Forrest Nave
and H. J. Davis assisting. Fifty la-
dies were invited to the event.
Mrs. James Ixmgmire will spend
the week end in Calumet with her
daughter, Mrs. Charles Todd and
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WE HAVE THE STRAP STYLES
-FOR EVERY OCCASION
Fashion proclaims straps. The dictations of style never
were so unanimous on one design as on the attractive
Strap Shoe. We have them for both street and dress wear
One ot the most attractive shoes for Spring wear, one
strap, high heel, and high arches $i3.50
One strap. Baby Louis heel, the beauty of high heels
and comfortable for everyone $12.50
For evening wear—you'll like them $9.00
MILITARY HEEL OXFORDS
Brown and Black Kid I eatlier. especially good for street
wear _ $6.50 to $8.00
SHOES THAT SATISFY
by the strain can be
relieved with glasses
we fit and make.
201 South Rock Island Avenue.
Mnr Can Bake On A
OVIN DOOR OPEN!
PYREX SET GIVEN AWAY
EVERY WOMAN VISITING OUR STORE DURING OUR DEMONSTRATION
will be entitled to a guess as to how long it takes to bake biscuits with the oven door
open. The lady guessing nearest the correct time it requires will be given a
GENUINE PYREX BAKING SET
Mr. Thayer of the Detroit Stove Works will be here April 14, 15 and 16 today
tomorrow and Saturday, and will be in charge of our demonstration. Let him assist
you in your cooking and baking problems. He has something to tell you that we
are sure you will be glad to hear. Contest closes at 7 p. m. Saturday April 16th.
Cotton - Cotton
HAVE YOU ANY COTTON
—AND DO YOU WANT
TO DISPOSE OF IT?
I WILL GIVE 10 CENTS PER POUND FOR COTTON
IN GOOD CONDITION ON A MIDDLING GRADE
BASIS AS FOLLOWS:
75 PER CENT MERCHANDISE
AND 25 PER CENT CASH
DELIVERED TO ME AT MY PLACE OF BUSINESS
YOUR PRIVILEGE TO TRADE ANYWHLRE IN THE
SI ORE. lODAY'S PRICES ON GOOD DEPENDABLE
MERCHANDISE IS AS LOW AS YOU MAY EXPECT FOR
A LONG TIME.
W. E. Fryberger
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Maher, T. W. The El Reno Daily Democrat (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 311, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 14, 1921, newspaper, April 14, 1921; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc91250/m1/3/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.