The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 2, 1919 Page: 2 of 6
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
¥KU<t8 AY JANHA*? 2, )<ti
THE MKNffE88KY CLIPfBR
Herzberg & Sternberger, the Store for Everybody |=
•J" v.; (izioa
Beginning on Tuesday, January the
and Continuing for Two Weeks—a Sale Without a Parallel in Our History—
Our Great January
j Disposing of our entire stock of winter goods. This great sale is unquestionably the most remarkable event ever
' conducted. Involving thousands of dollars worth of Dry Goods, Underwear, Shoes, Clothing, Cloaks, Suits and
Furnishings at far less than wholesale cost to dealers today. Owing to poor conditions last fall, and bad weather of
late our stock is most complete. Every man, woman and child should take advantage of this sale and lay in enough
supplies for months to come—for this opportunity may never come again.
Read carefully these tremendous bargains and come to this sale which starts next Tuesday, January the 7th.
Men's and Boys'
Men's Suits of wool worsted and eassinieres,
correctly tailored, suits that were sold for
$20.00 each, Clearance Sale §-S C flfl
price, per suit s 3"
Men's and Young Men's models in fancy
eassinieres and worsteds, newest style suits.
reduced from $25.00 during SI Q 00
sale, to per suit I 31"
Men's $30.00 fine hand tailored Suits, made
by David Adler Clothing Co. the Collegian
brand), consisting of all wool worsteds and
fancy eassinieres, to be closed soc.oo
out for each
Men's and Young Men's Business and Dress
Suits, Collegian and Kuppenheimer makes
(none betteri They were bought to retail
at $35.00 an. 1.00 Sale $4fV00
Price per suit Vw
Overcoats & Mackinaw s
at Rock Bottom Prices
Right now when cold weather is here
All wool Maekinaws for men and boys in
nice plaids, high collars, worth &SL0O
Real fine Mackinaw Coats, strictly all wool
and real heavy, worth $15.00— SI A OQ
Sale Price 1 U
Men's and Young Men's tine Overcoats,
newest colors and materials, sizes 18 to 42,
former price $22.50. price $1 C 00
during sale 1 *J
Men's extra long Overcoats, convertable
colors; coats that sold regularly SI © 00
for $25,00, each I Q'
Men's Dress Overcoats, single and double
breasted, newest styles and new materials,
sold all season for $30, -elling $99-50
during C learance Sale, for each £,£,
27 Hoy- long pant Suits, sizes 12 to 17
r.irried over from last year, to be closed
ui during our Mid-Winter 57 50
Sale at suit |"
(These suits couldn't be bought today for
less than $10 00 wholesale.)
3 lots Young Men's Suits, (i suits of each,
sizes Hi. 17. 18 and 20. Made in young
men's fancy models. Worth $2500, To
be closed out during Mid-Win-
ter Clearance Sale at each
Boys' Knee Pant Suits, newest mixed cas-
simere, up to date patterns and styles, sizes
8 to 16, worth $10.00 during $7 50
Clearance Sale, each I"
Boys' Knee Pant Suits of all wool mixed
cassimeres and blue serges, s zes 9 to 1(>,
$15,00, Clearance S'jQOO
Many other bargains in this department—
look these goods over.
All Flannel Shirts, Sweaters, Men's, Women's and Children's Heavy Underwear
will be closed out during this sale. Also Blankets and Comforts at wholesale cost.
Dry Goods and Shoes
Ti reins in these columns point to saving withiut skimping, to
t onomv without denying yourself the necessaries of lite. This
sale gives every one a good opportunity to save on any
article you are wanting now. You always need
Dry Goods and Shoes and in our present
lines there is wry good choosing.
Other bargains not listed.
Full line dark and light fast col-
or Percales worth 35c OCft
per yard, now iLwv
Fancy Dress Ginghams
at per yard
\ large assortment best grade
heavy outings, light, dark and
plain colors, former price
35c, per yard
\ 11 colors best grade mercerized
Poplins, former price 50c, during
Mid \\ inter Clearance 9Qp
Sale, price pet yard Vvu
All Wool 30 inch Dress Goods,
consisting of Serges, Whip Cords
and Novelty Goods, will be cios-
ed out during sale at
Easily worth double.
The above prices mean a materi-
al saving. The goods will make
attractive dresses for the house
or school. Note each reduction.
Men's all solid heavy Work Shoes
black and tan, reduced SQ.50
from $5,00 to 0'
Men's Dress Shoes, English last,
in black and dark brown, reduced
from $5.00 and $0.00 $0.50
to per pair O'
Men's Walk Over Shoes, $C.0Q
worth $(>.50, per pair U
Ladies' and Misses' Shoes, low
and medium heels, newest styles,
reduced from $5.00 to $3.50
per pair O
Ladies' high top Shoes with new
heels, lace, all leather top, form-
er price $7 00. $C.00
Sale price, per pair v
One lot Ladies' Fine Shoes, car-
ried from last year, in patent,
vici and gunmetal, worth $5 00
to $7,50, to be closed $4.50
out at per pair 0
Ladies' Coats and Suits
of Former Price
Ladies' Blue Serge Tailored Suit
that were $30.00— CftA |<||
Sale Price * JIl-VU
Ladies' Suits that
were $40.00 for
Ladies' and Juniors' Cloth Coats
fur trimmed, former S"t *2 "50
price $20.00, now v jj
Ladies' line Cloth Coats of all
wool velour and heavy mixtures,
fur collars, sold all $ ||j50
fall for $25.00, each
Ladies' fine Coats of Broadcloth
and Velour that were $3000 and
$35.00 Clearance Crt fw>
Sale Price, each
Fine Plush Coats, lined with best
satin lining, large cape collars
Fine Plush Coats, very best grade,
just a few left. They are made
with latge fur collars and cuffs,
well lined the best $50 00 coat
on the market. Sale SO') <3'i
Price, one-third oft
§55 We haven't the time or space to mention any more items here. Our whole store is ablaze with bargains. To ap- ggg
SSS predate the values you will have to see the goods. This is absolutely one of the largest sales this store has ever had. rnn
HERZBERG & STERNBERGER
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 2, 1919, newspaper, January 2, 1919; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106162/m1/2/?rotate=90: accessed September 19, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.