The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 14, 1916 Page: 7 of 12
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Xmas Candies and Nuts
We have a large variety of fresh and up-to-duce Candies and Nuts
for Christmas Good qualities and at the right prices.
Come in and inspect our full line of candies before vou buy, as
we know the quality of our Candy and the low price will please you.
Friday, Saturday and Monday Specials
1 7 IKc Pure Cane Su«ar ti 00
X I 1U5* On all Order* of $5 or inure, fj/ JL «\/Vr
except Flou and Potatoes
Extra good quality Sweet Corn, 2 cans for
Potatoes, Idaho's, single bushel, $2.00, by sack per
13 pounds Granulated Sugar
Crackers by the box, per pound
Fine apples, per peck •
7 bars White Russian Soap for
7 bars Swift's Pride Soap for
6 bars Swift's White Soap for
Pinto Beans and Mexican Keds, per pound
Lima Beans, per pound.
Pink Chili Beans, per pound
Peas, 15c sellers, per can
Large can Tomatoes, per can
No. 2 can Tomatoes, 3 cans for
•1 cans of Hominy for
25c Rio Coffee, per pound
30c grade Pea berry Coffee
4 pounds fancy head Rice for
25c can of Red Salmon for
Jumbo Peanuts per pound
2 cans of Old Mammy Kraut for
Bulk Sour Kraut, per pound
Bulk Peanut Butter, per lb 20c 2 lbs. for
. 25 c
. . ,25c
We will also have Fresh lettuce, Bananas. Celery. Tomatoes
Grapes. Oranges and Cranberries.
Our Prices on Poultry
. . 8e
Hens and early pullets, cash,
Springs and Broilers cash
Roosters, young staggs, cash
Old Roosters, cash
Butter, 27 and 30c trade
We want your produce and will always pay you eveiy
cent the market will afford
W alburn's Cash Grocery
slons a* U result of his efforts.
The meeting closed Tuesdav
Four Farms t'or Root L L.
Fiteh. hi Rhodes Hotel. 28
Melviu i' r> oii is spending
few day-, at Okhrche this week.
Dry St> ve Wood For Siilc At
$2.50 h riek. delivered. Phone
X551. Cliff Huttou. 28
Mrs. Ralph McVa.v returned
Tuesday evening from a business
trip to Guthrie and Marshall.
Mr. and Mrs. G 1. K Crawford
left on Tuesday nipht for Drum-
right, to- YM it their son. -I L.
Crawford, and famil.v
Mr*. Guy Collins will leave to-
morrow for Detroit, to join her
husband, who is in the employ
of the Ford Motor Co
Miss May Crawford arrived
I Wednesday from Lawrence, lias.,
I for a visit at the G. I K. ( raw-
j ford home, east ot town.
Mr. and Mrs. John Duffy
spent Wednesday night at the
' Enid with the latter's parents,
! Rev. and Mrs. II. MeDertnond.
Our store will be open for
Christmas shoppers, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday night of
next week. Fred Elder Dry
Call and see the style 11 Hiu-
kleinan Self-Player Piano an<
also inspect the Style 6 Mission
and others. I also have some
good organs in excellent shape
cheap. Call and get my prices. 1
have no coupons to offer you as
a bait, but I can save you.money
and sell on easy terms, too.—J. J.
i La Valley, the Piano Man.
FIRE. TORNADO, CAUS-
ALITY and AUTO INSUR-
ANCE -A. P. Kerscher, Jus-
tice of the Peace, office in
rear of First National Bank.
A, TK0BSDAY. DSO 14. 1*16.
I buy and sell wood at the Bos
toil Feed Yard.—E C. Thomson.
Miss Martha Craig and Miss
Anna Nelson, of Gilford. Mo. came
home with Mr. and Mrs. M. G.
Deering and will spend ti*' winter
here Miss Craig is a #i«t|r of Mrs
* Mr. ami Mrs. W. I). Walburn and
Mrs Jesse Gwvnn entertained at
7:00 o'clock dinner last Thursday
evening the following guests. Dr.
and Mrs. S. N. Mayberrv. Miss
Missell, Miss Lindell, Miss Frui.ken-
felt. Miss Evans and Mrs MeCor
mick, of the University hospital,
Enid: Mr and Mrs. .1 L Murphy
and Mrs. Samuel Davidson of Hen-
nessey. After dinner a few hours
wer« spent playing games. Hie
evening was very much enjoyed by
Your Seed Oats
Later in the season
Texas Red Rust-Proof
Seed will be higher in
price and hard to £e\.
Only a limited supply
left. You are urged
to GET YOURS NOW
Star Mill & Eve. Co.
Ex-Prosecutins Attorney, Garfield
CHARLES N. HARMON
Attorney at Law
tsJM 20-21 (Iklii. Htnte Hank BM)
Junk, Hides, Furs and
Rabbits. 1 block east, '1
south of school house.
J. E. PR1NGLE
AS TOLD TO US a blind colored pianist. Blind
The lSlind Boone Concert Co.. Rev. .). -I. Barnes returned on
consisting of four people, is dat- Wednesday evening from Union
i;d at the City Opera House, in City, where he conducted a pro-
Hennessey, on the night of -Ian. graded meeting. He reports good
JJJth. The cenipany is headed by crowds and twenty-four eonver-
j The .Missionary Society of the
Baptist church met with Mrs. J.
|A. Itatliff Wednesday afternoon.
■ A short business session followed
| a social hour, and delicious re-
freshments completed the after-
\ noon. Mrs. Lehr, Mrs. Boatman
land Mrs. I. .1, Cashion were
j special guests. The society will
! meet with Mrs. Roy \ . W oolwinc j
on Wednesday, Dee. 20, at which' . ■ n i
time I'M ry lady in the ong cRa JohnSlOIl DrOlIierS
tion is urged to be present. Light
refreshments will be served.
What could >e mote tp-
1 n. dated th n a box of
i ur deliciou; chocolate-.
or cream cai.dy. Fresh
and pure, put up in
beautiful Xmas boxes.
West Side Main St
TO CLIPPER SUBSCRIBERS
The Clipper lias been obliged
to curtail its news service this
week owng to a breakdown at
the lighting pi a lit that forced u
return to hand methods
while typesetting machine and
presses remained idle for lack oi
electric current. Klectri- lights
and power is ordinarily consid j « vv y 'y
cd ail advantage. In Hennessey j VV ~ 1 "I-."!-'
it lias lately become a handicap.
W. D. Cupps Purchases Interest
of His Partner, V. P Munch
\V. I) Cupps lias purchased
the interest of his partner, V. IV j _____
Munch, in the Munch & Cupps j ~
hardware store. The deal was,
consummated the latter part of j \
Inst week. Mr. Cupps will be as
sisted in caring for the business
In liis soil, Harley. and soil-in
law. Leo Binding.
Mr. Munch, who retires Iroiu i
the firm, is one ot the veteran
hardware men of Hennessey, lie ,
lias not announced his plans lor , I
the flit lire.
—t<!llpper) - V''p?S
If you are needing a farm
loan see John Duffy. Can /' ^
furnish money as soon as title
is weady. Best rates.
Th> new switchboard lias ar
, rived and the work of installing
n ill the local exchange wll be
i started this week This will in-
sure better service for the I'io-
| neer patrons.
Cotton ill the seed, per 100.
Wheat, per bu $1.55
(lorn,. per bu . M',(:
Hogs, per 100 lbs $5.25
Cows, per 100 Iks. . . $4.50 *5.00
Sutter, per lb 22c
Eggs, per do/
Springs, per lb L'C
liens, per II. 10Vie
Roosters .... 7c He
Ducks, per lb "e
What is the Most
Buy Lasting, Sensible and Practical Gifts
Make your Christmas Gift a useful one this year. While
shopping, do not overlook the CLOTHES QUESTION, of
which we have a dainty line for everyone in the family.
A present bought in this store will be something practical and useful, and we
are splendidly prepared to meet your Christmas wants this season.
List of Useful Suggestions for Ladies
HOUSE SLIPPERS $100 to.^^50 a
WAISTS Georgetta and Crepe du Chine $3.50 to $7.50
CLOAKS AND SUITS $7.50 to $15.00
FANCY SCARF SETS in Velvet and Yarn $1 to $2.50
PETTICOATS, in plain and fancy Heatherbloom, at
from S1'00 t0 I1™
SILK PETTICOATS IN ALL COLORS $3.50 to $5.00
HOSE For Ladies, fast colored, per pair 75c to $2.50
YOKES AND DOILIES-One lot hand-made cro-
chet, at 50c to $1.00
IVORY GOODS—Large assortment especially low
priced for this occasion, each 25c
List of Useful Suggestions for the Men
MEN'S FINE SUITS—$10.00 $12.50, $15.00 and $20.00
MEN'S OVERCOATS-For 510.00, $12.50 and $15.00
MEN'S RAINCOATS $5.00 to $10.00
EOYS' SUITS of all wool go >ds. $3.50 to $5.00
MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS 50c to $1.50
WALK-OVER SHOES-a full line $3.50 to $5.00
MEN'S DRESS HATS $1.50 to $3.00
MEN'S TIES—in single box«s 50c to $1.00
DRESS GLOVES FOR MEN $1.00 to $1.50
FINE SILK HOSE—all colors, per pair 35c to 50c
BELTS—a full line at 50c each
HOUSE SLIPPERS FOR Ml IN, per pair $1.50
HANDKERCHIEFS 5c to 25c
We also have on display unusual large lines of Dress Goods, Silks, Table
Linen, Towels, Handkerchiefs, and many more gifts too numerous to mention °°
We will keep op?n
Herzberg & Sternberger
We will keep open
■est', per 111
00 Quail hunting is now the order
I of the day.
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Driskel and
i little son, Elwood, visited at Grand-
i tna Driskel's Sunday afternoon,
oo Mr. and Mrs. George Snider are
UD working at the John Crosswhite
00 farm, eleven miles northeast of j
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lane and two|
I little sons, Alvin and Glenn visited j
| at the W. A. Bruce home one day j
Will Taylor is threshing his kafir
j corn this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Snider visited
j at their parents home Sunday.
| Mrs. Bruce treated then to ice
Hello, Beaver county! Why don't
I you write? We hope you are not
j frozen up.
A literary society started ut Sur-
j prise last Friday night. The lirst
;j will be next Wednesday night;!
| when they will decide how often
i and what nights they will continue.
I We hope to see a successful literary.1
| Lena and Bessie Green, Christine
I Mtilaby and Varnie Maddux spent
Sunday with Golda and Robert
Mrs. Crask and daughter, Alma,
have made a week or more visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Lee and
Wait patiently Coloradoites we
will come later with a big fat
jjjj I Christmas present.
0o Mr. lasau of near Marshall,
has moved on the S. L Overton
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Bruce and
children, spent Wednesday evening
at the Fred Spomer home
Fred Driskel is on the sick list
but is much better at present.
You ask yourself many
times at this season of
the year, "What is the
most practical and
ful gift?" Let lis an-
swer for you
Some gifts are merely a
formal expression of an
obligation. The pleas-
ing gift carries a meas-
ure of esteem; it shows
thoughtful care in selec-
tion and intimate regard
for the tastes of the re-
cipient. It is such a gift
we can help you make.
What could be more
pleasing than a pound
of our good coffee; a
basket of groceries or
fruit, intermixed with
nuts and candy.
These are the things
that bring REAL Chris-
tmas cheer— something
every member of the
family can enjoy.
Our groceries are of
the freshest and of high-
est quality and prices
We also have many
articles in our dry goods
department that would
make useful gifts. Hose.
Handkerchiefs, Ties, a
dress pattern, Ribbons,
and many other articles.
Let us serve you.
Our motto: "A little bit more
for a little bit less.''
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The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 27, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 14, 1916, newspaper, December 14, 1916; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106055/m1/7/: accessed October 15, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.