The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 17, 1914 Page: 4 of 4
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o,^ Bazaar ~]~he Sensible Gift Store
Hundreds cind hundreds of practical, useful gifts for everybody are now ready at this live store. BEGINNING SA IIJRDAY,
THE 121H this popular store will be turned into one grand Gift Shop. We take pleasure in announcing that our immense
big stock of Holiday Goods are in perfect readiness and herewith personally invite every Man, Woman and Child to call and
personally inspect our enormous lime of practical and useful gifts.
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Usefu! Gifts for Men and Boys
Silk F' ur-iu H.-.t . Tu -
Newfst Style Line-. r<.|!
Silk L sle H"se.[<r p.ir
Gold washed and p<arl Cuff Buin.ns
2 for 25c
50c !• $1 .50
Si.00 te s-350
75c SI.00 and SI 50
25c to 50
2"c nnd 50c a pair
Fine Dres- Sh(*-«. Selz in 1 WalkOver rmk - 50 3.00. 3.50. and 4.On
Neutst slyle Dr< ss Hats ¥100 to $3.00
Poys' Suits of ail wm I Casiiiif :* and Worsteds $£50 to 5.00
Boys' Ram Coats 2 50 and 3.00
Men's and Youiii' M n s Dre-~ Suits .f ( very description 7.50 to ?20
Men's Overcoats anil Raincoats in ill '.he newe*- -tyles and colors.
-oOO. 750 1000. 1250 and 1500
Useful Giftsf,,r Ladies '"'Children
Fine Lisle and Si k Hose
Handkerchiefs, plain and fancy, for
Mufflers in all colors, each .
Fine Furs and Muffs from
Fancy Combs and Breast Fins
Parasols, silk and part silk
Silk Waists that were 3.00 anil 4.50
Silk Petticoats, newest Styles and colors
Mercerized and Sateen Petticoats • ■ •
Ladies' Tailored Skirts,
Newest style Ladies' Tailored Suits, wor
Newest style Ladies Cloaks, worth $10,
Children s and Misses' Coats
15c to * 1 00
5c, 10c. 15c and 25c
$1.00 to $5.00
. 25e to *1 00
$1 00 to $2 50
reduced to $1.98 and 2 98
$2.50 to 5.00
3.00 to $0.50
ill $15 to $25, to he closed out
10.00 and 15 00
$15 and $20, to he closed out
$5.00, *7.50, *10.00 and $12.50
$2.50 to $5 00
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Sternherger THE CHICAGO BAZAAR
See Sat ta at Saur's Saturday.
The J. A. Felt Realty Co wil
make that farm loans
Fresh oysters Large plump fel-
lows ot Gould's Meat Market.
Oil for kindling fin-"- 5c p r gal-
lon at Electric Light plant.
Special on fancy hairpins Satur
day at 10c at C ix '« Variety Store
Fresh chocolates and Urn bons—
the finest you e\er taMcd—box or
in bulk—at Falconer <* ilainlen's.
Miss Grace Martin, who has
spent several vuek- with hei par-
ents, returned to Oklahoma Tity
A genuine Elgin watch a-: low as
$5.50 at 11 D Brewer'* .Jewelry
i' or 1 arm Loans see J. A. Felt
All kinds of Xmas pipes at the
Everything for the horse at
Cooper's harness shop.
Doll;! D'llsl Going at ha!f price
at C >x s Variety Store.
Oil f«.r kindling fires 5c per gal-
lon at Klectric Light plant.
Go to the Gould Meat Market for
fresh oysters. They will suit you.
See the hand made Xmas gifts
in Cox's window going at a low
Read our advertisement in this
pap r It lists some bargains in
high grud< jewelry. H D Brewer,
Nice fresh oysters at Gould's
See those beautiful manicure
sets at Cox's Varietv Store.
FARM LOANS—J. A. Felt Realty
Co.. rear F"irst National Bank
Fresh chocalates in prettv box°s
or in bulk, at Falconer & H :inlen's.
See Santa Claus in Saurs window
Saturday. The real live Santa will
Regular meals and short orders
at the Lee & Highley restaurant,
opposite Farmers Store.
The very best every day grocer-
ies as well as holiday specialties go
to make up a well selected stock.
Inspect ours. C. H. Brewer.
See those handsome Xmas Meer
schaum pipes at Postoffice New-
Regular boarders wanted—at
Lee & Highley restaurant, opposite
200 pair of ladies fine foot-
wear on sale for SI.98 at
Dr. A. B. Cullum is expected
home from Chicago, where he has
been taking a post graduate course,
on December 2-1th
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Ziegler left
Wednesday morning for Guthrie,
where they will spend the holidays
with their daughters. Mrs C. C.
Ford and Mrs. R C. Porter.
1 >on't miss it-
I an Mathews,'
The Calling of
at City Opera
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If you want vour prooerty insur-
ed, see J. A, Felt Realty Co. They
have several of the very best com-
Our display window contains
many beautiful articles of jewelry,
but we have lots more in the show-
cases inside.- H D. Brewer, Jeweler.
120 acres, 4 1-2 miles west
of Hennessey, to trade or rent
\Y rite Baldwin & Cibhs, of
Anadarko, Okla. 4t
WANTED—Brick, carpenter or!
cement work. Will Lee, Hennessey!
Ciird of Thanks
j We with to thank our kind friends
I and neighbors for the many acts of
kindness and their assistance during
the illness and at the death of our
husband and father, Thos. S. Moore
Mrs. Thos. S. Moore.
Thos. S. Moore, Jr.
Mrs. W. A. Noland.
Friday, the 2;>th, the manager
oi the Electric has secured a
special feature, "Tile Child Re-
deemer, for the 25th in addi-
tion to regular program. 4 reels
Admission 5 and H)c. Don't fail
to see this.
Santa Claus' Headquarters
file holiday shopper will
at very low prices. Your
Tie Kin us
fin^ hundreds of handsome,
Christmas money will
dainty and appropriate Xmas Gifts in our large new stock
long way in our store and buy much. Select gifts here
Handkerchi f in Boxes
Tie and Sox to match
in Holiday boxes
Fancy Stationery, boxed
Candies in variety
Games of all kinds
Toys of every kind
Dolls in great variety
Cups and Saucers
Sugar and Creamer
Fancy Plates and dishes
Dake and Fruit Sets
Re?ds iind brooches
6ih door south
The Cash Racket
Jones & Back,
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The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 17, 1914, newspaper, December 17, 1914; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105950/m1/4/: accessed September 28, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.