The Edmond Enterprise (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 8, 1921 Page: 3 of 10
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THE EDMOND ENTERPRISE
Gifts For Women
Fancy Chinaware, Salad Bowls, Nut Sett,
Celery Sets, Vases, Bread Plates, Hand Painted
10c t0 $5.00
5c t0 $1.50
(The finest Line we ever had)
White Ivory Goods
10c t0 $5.00
$2.00 t0 $4.00
$1.25 t0 $2.25
Manicure Sets, 50c to $5.00
Gifts For Men
Shaving Sets 50c to $3.00
Bibles $2.25 to $4.50
Hosiery 15c to 75c
Four-in-hand Ties 50c to $1.25
Cuff Buttons 25c to $1.00
Dress Shirts $1.50 to $3.00
The Christmas Store
Our stock of Gifts is open for your inspection. We specialize on Holiday Goods suitable for
everybody under 100 YEARS OF AGE. We have playthings, we have fancy goods, we have
practical gifts. Let us help you solve your gift problems. It will be a pleasure for us to show you,
and a pleasure for you to see the many nice things we have. And here is good news, our prices
are lower than last year on most all items.
Gifts For Children
'I* ^ >■ Gifts For Babies
Comb and Brush Sets, Celluloid Rattlers,
Rubber Rattles, Caps, Sacques, Boot-
ees, Baby Plates, Hosiery, and
many other items that will
please you and the little ones
jue A fine line of Christmas Seals, Tags, Stickers, and
ge Christmas Cards, from lc to 25c
tjg If you want to decorate a Tree, see our line of Or-
tjsj naments; they are back on our shelves again,
Priced 5c and 10c
Dolls, a big line from 5c to $10
Kiddie Kars and Wagons $1.50 to $3
Doll Buggies and Sulkeys 50c to $7
Games 5c to $1.00
Steam Engines 50c to $3.00
Childrens' Red Chairs 50c to $1.25
Toys 5c to $1.50
These are only a few of many items we now have. Come and see
the rest of them. Our special request is to shop early. Buy and
lay away. We will keep your packages for you.
Know You will
Some of Them
THE NOVELTY STORE
C. E. TOOL & CO.
$2.75 t0 $3.50
$1.50 t0 $3.00
$2.50 t0 $3.00
10 Qt. Pails
Sauce Pans and Kettles
25c t0 $2.75
3 Pc. Knife Set
Books for Boys
15c t0 75c
Books for Girls
15c 10 75c
5c t0 50c
Our line of Gift Books is com
plete and you can find what
you want in it.
113 miH BROADWAY
EDMOND, OKLAHOMA A REST ROOM for WOMEN
Toil If We Reap
HE Unchangeable Law of Man to strive for the
good things in life, 'we are prompted to say
something about the good things we have
that you can wear.
OVERCOATS: $15 $20 $30 $35
Suits, Boys and Men at Small Prices
Mackanaw coats $10, $11, $12. Shoes, the surest
way to say it (See Them.) Boys' shoes from $2.25
to $6.50. Girls' shoes $8.00, $4.00. Men's shoes,
dress,, $6.00 to $12.50, Black and Brown, work
shoes, $2.50 to $6 50. Ladies Shoes and Oxfords,
$6.00, $7.00, $8.00, $10.00.
Necessity, the Mother of Need, says,
Sweater Coats because Kold Kids Kant Keep from
Krying, $2.50 to $20.00
For any one of the family and those big kids may
want a Leather Vest given him - - $15.00 or $20.00
and tell him to go straight to the Clothing Store
for Gloves; we have them, as warm as a snow shoe,
as pretty as a blue bird, as cheap as dirt and they
fit anyone; look at 'em.
Now for Furnishings
They are here, just what
Forget the price, quality will suffice double Twice
; E. G. Hazelrigg of Davenport,
| is visiting J. M. Gossett and fam-
1 E. H. Emmerson, president of
the Edmond State Bank, attend-
ed the State Binkers' conven-
tion in Oklahoma City Tuesday.
R. C. Gossett and family are
entertaining the Teachers o f
Junior Department of M. E S.
S , to night.
Santa Claus has 1,000 Christ-
mas gifts to select from at Geo.
E. Haas' Store. 45-2t
Mrs. Fred McCauley, who has
been critically ill the past week,
is a little better this morning.
She rested well last night and
her pulse is near normal.
For your plumbing and elec-
tric work, call Geo. E. Paas'
C. E. Carnival at the Presby-
terian church Friday night, De-
| cember 9th. A main show and
attractive side shows. Eats and
fun for every one. Come! Come!
Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Forster of
Washington, D. C., are the
guests of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G C. Forster. They will
visit here until after the Christ-
mas holidays. Charles i s en-
gaged in the government service
at Washington where ha has
been for the past nine or ten
Window glass, all sizes. We
do glazing. Bring in your sash
at Geo. E. Paas' Store. 45-2t
Mrs. W. A. Chitwood is still
suffering severe pain from blood
poisoning in her thumb, caused
by a sand burr.
Chas. Wantland is visiting rel-
atives at Purcell. Mrs. Want-
land and children are visiting
her parents at Norman.
Toys, dolls, tricycles, roller
skates, rifles and 1,000 other ar-
ticles for Christmas gifts, Come
early at Geo. E. Paas' Store. 45-2
If you want a nice hair switch
see Rahman & Grill, at the.Beau-
Mrs. C. H. Haynes of Vining, U. D. C. Chapter
Kansas, arrived in Edmond this Ho,ds Meeti
week to visit her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Baldwin, until at- The December meeting of the
terthe holidays. U D. C. Chapter was held Fri-
Mrs. E. H. Emmerson re- day afternoon at the home of
turned home Sunday from a Mrs. Cowgill. Committees were
pleasant visit with relatives in appointed to pack boxes of mag-
Cushing. azines and fruit to be sent to the
Furniture, tools, guns, rifles, i Soldiers' Home at Ardmore, and
shoes, boots,, make useful gifts also to arrange fur an art exhibit
for Christmas. Get them a t t0 be held early in January. A
Geo. E. Paas' Store. 45-2t! collection of work of Oklahoma
Joe Duncan and family depart- Artists to be shown at Oklahoma
ed vesterday for Aurora, Mo., to 1 C^ity wilt be exhibited for the
make their future home. Joe is <ch001 children of Edmond and
a genuine stock man and has ;a" Per90ns interested in foster-
been breeding pure-bred Hoi- an interest in a-rt.
steins for several years. His Mrs. (1 H Pink read an arti-
health hasn't been good and his cle Irom the "Veteran," and Bil-
physicians advised a change of lv an(1 L"u Verna Cowgill gave a
climate. The Enterprise as well l''anu duet. Catherine (irace
as his many good friends, extend reac' a se'ecti°n from Riley,
Don't fail to visit our toy land
— Santa Claus headquarters —be-
fore it is too late. Geo. E. Paas
"Nothin'at all to Say."
Mrs. J' G. Mitchell, Mrs. Vir-
ginia Gresham and Mrs. P. M.
Holmes were guests for the af-
ternoon. Mrs. S N. Stone as-
T „ . „ _ sisted the hostess in serving re
W. L. Crain, Chas. Wantland,; frp,hmpnt,
W. F. Arnett, Perry McGowan nrTK™^
and Walter Smith have returned
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' ' Hm . ?J**ws
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Co ok Book
home from a quail hunt near Pa-
den. They killed the limit each
day they were gone, so they say.
Don't forget your Christmas
shopping. Do it now and avoid
The stores in Edrrtond are
heavily stocked with Christmas
presents. Do your shopping ear-
ly and avoid the last minute rush.
See Wilkin and Shepherd for
nsurance and farm loais. We
can sell your property. List it
with us. Over First National
Belle Lettres Club Meets
The Belle Lettres club met at
the home of Mrs. W. L. Crain
Monday. Mrs. De Selms was
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bender the leader. A Christmas story
are spending the week in Wich- was Fiven by Mrs. Crain. Mrs.
ita, Kan., where Raymond is Royce B. Adamson sang and Mrs.
attending the Rumley-Oil Pull | Chas. Steen followed with a
tractor school and convention of reading. Mrs. De Selms gave a
sales managers. story of a Christmas cake after
Picture framing and window which Mrs. Fletcher Davis sang
glass cut any size and kind at a group of very pretty songs.
Geo. E Paas Store. 45-2t At the close of the program
We appreciate your trade and Mrs. Crain and Mrs De Selms
we need your patronage. If you served the club with dainty re-
purchase from us for awhile you freshments.
will find that your need for us is
as great. Quality Grocery Co., When you lose anything adver-
Shelden & Potts, Props. 42-tf 1 tise it in The Enterprise. 82-tf
Handsomely Illustrated in Colors
IT is not often that you get an oppor-
tunity to secure so valuable a cook book abso-
lutely free, and it is not often that we can make
the offer. It's too expensive.
72 pages full of the best, most delicious recipes—
prepared by the most noted cooking experts the
Remember, we do not ask you to buy a can of
baking powder, or send us one penny. Simply say—
"Send me your latest, beautiful cook book" and you
will receive it promptly.
Peddlers and house-to-house canvassers have been
trving to induce ladies to buy the baking powderthey have
for sale and as an inducement are offering a cook book,
egg beater or some other trinket with every can bought
To our customers and friends, we are offering our
handsome cook book absolutely free. If you are in need
of one it will be unnecessary for you to buy something
you do not want. Take advantage of this free offer.
Pound can of Calumet contains full 1G 07. Some halting
powders come in 12 oz. instead ot 1(> oz. cans. He sure
you get '« pound when you want it.
Send for the cook book today—address
CALUMET BAKING POWDER CO.
4100-28 Fillmore Street CHICAGO, ILL.
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Adamson, Royce B. The Edmond Enterprise (Edmond, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 8, 1921, newspaper, December 8, 1921; Edmond, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc141751/m1/3/: accessed May 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.