The Cordell Beacon (Cordell, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 21, Ed. 2 Thursday, December 7, 1916 Page: 3 of 8
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THURSDAY, DEC. 7, 1916.
THE CORDELL BEACON, CORDELL, OKLAHOMA,
"Christmas at Fisher's" is not a meaningless phrase; for those who have learned to buy their gifts here have found the way to a
happy yet inexpensive Christmas. And when we call this store "Christmas Headquarters, we have the Stock to speak for itself.
Because we feature low prices and have such a great stock of gift suggestions you cannot afford to buy holiday goods without
first visiting our store. Because we cannot Jbuy any more Christmas goods we urge you to buy while assortments are complete.
Dolls are scarce-but not at Fisher's
Wholesale doll markets Exhausted. Choose Yours Now at Fisher's!
Now the little girls find treasure-houses of great
pleasure at Fisher's for they have seen our dolls. Im-
ported German and French dolls and American made
dolls in great assortment.
Large number of unbreakable dolls, painted fea-
tures and hair, hip and shoulder joints, neatly dress-
ed. Sizes begin at about 10 inches high. They are
cute and stand hard usage.
Genuine kid body imported dolls, sleeping eyes,
hip and knee joints, well sewed, some with real hair
and eye lashes, flesh tinted bisque heads and forearms.
Some remarkable values among these, considering
war markets. These are shown in the dressed or un-
dressed and include such great variety that every girl
can pick a doll that just fits her fancy.
Novelty dolls include Kewpies, soldiers ami char-
acter dolls of every description and material. Also a
complete showing ot' domino body dolls, doll heads, etc.
Doll furniture here includes enough pieces to fur-
nish dolly's house completely, uo matter how many
rooms there are.
Do Your Toil Buying Early
Because we want to satisfy you, weurge you to shop early if
you want toys, for toys cannot be bought now at wholesale.
From the toy centers of the world-
Germany, France and other nations—
have come this extraordinary exhibit of
toyland. No boy or girl can visit our
toy display but that they notice every
item—not a one missing, although it has
heen very difficult to get them.
We are proud of of our showing of toys—it is complete
and includes many brand new toys which are sure to delight
Bring the boys and girls to Fisher's—they'll show you
by their actions what they want Santa to bring.
Erector the greatest toy for
boy*. A praetieal building *y*-
tein that develops the boys mind
in practical things. We have
them in five sizes, moderately
Locomotive engines and ten-
ders. complete trains or separate
cars; fire engines, hook and lad-
der outfits, steam engines. aut<>-
mobiles, including touring ear*
and roadsters, complete tool ehest
in several sizes, and any ntunher
Kicking horse*, tricycle*, skrnl
der cars, little wagons, harness,
and such toys *lways bring out-
of door exercise ami health to
the boys and girls.
Musical toys include drums,
horns, trumpets, flute*, pianos,
rolling music boxes, xylophone*
ami a score of others. Some of
these are very substantial and
CHILDREN S GAMES
The children will find much
pleasure in their games during
the winter when they cannot be
outaide. See that .they have plen-
ty of interesting in-door games
and they will not be so restless.
No end to the assortment of
vames here, all of the ld favor-
ites and lots of brand new ones.
King air rifles, pop guns, sol-
diers, cannon and cap pistols, are
here for the boy who like* to
If you could know present wholesale
prices on most of the holiday good* we
are showing now. you would not Ik*
able to understand how we can sell at
the unusualb low prices we have put on
our goods. Many articles can't be taught
al all in wholesale markets, the prices
on others are above our retail prices. We
are not offering these goods on a liams
of what they would cost n« now but oil
the hasis of what they cost lis when we
SWEET CHRISTMAS DREAMS
Christmas—what a world of cheer and happiness that word holds.
Laughing children and Santa Claus, toys and candy and welcomed
gifts, all drive back the years and memory brings back the Christ-
mases when we older folks had our dolls and toys and Santa
Clans came to our hous.
What would Christmas be without the children. How barren
that day of giving and joy if the tots could not share it. Let's
make the kiddies happy; so happy that in years to come the mem-
ory of (.'h'sistmas will be good to them.
Kemember them well with toys; for play is a big part of their life,
and at Christmas the dollies and trains and automobiles and sacks
of caiulv fill their child minds with dreams we cannot dream again
DURING THE HOLIDAYS ON
Come and take your choice of our big stock
of fine Christmas Candy, except only one line
of special chocolates, candy of all the favorite
kinds, fully worth 20c a pound;
up to 8 pound lots, at per pound
Get a Christmas sup- 4 AA
ply now. 8 pounds for ^ J®
A Special line of chocolates, 20c to 4Gc per pound.
Make Your Christmas Money Go Far-
ther by buying Your Gifts at Tiber's.
When you buy holidav station "v
this year compar.' v,,' . -. Our
big line includes special values at
25c to ifs2.<X). All handsomely
boxed and every box an extraor-
dinary value, from the smallest
'to the fine art craft cabinets.
Bronze effect .lap bamboo bas-
kets. Fruit, flower and fancy
baskets. Also extra quality
bronze bamboo waste baskets.
I uiqtte, appreciated gifts.
Jap lacquered boxes anil trays in-
clude pencil, glove, handkerchief
and several other styles. Inex-
pensive. odd. always appropriate
1 " e and up.
Many styles of burnt wood boxes..
selected white basswood. favorite
designs, 10c and up.
Post card and photograph albums
in a variety of popular designs at
25e and lip.
Jewel boxes include the cheaper
ones in Ormolu gold and also
many in better grades.
Handkerchiefs for ladies, prettilv
einbroideried in handsome holi-
dav boxes, exceptional value at
lOe each. J for 25e.
70.Lr,T SETS AND ARTICLES
W'.v pay uiorC than our prices
for toilet articles. We have plen-
ty of styles to choose from, in-
cluding two, three and four-
piece sets and single pieces. Some
are for men and some for women.
Ask to see this line.
Sewing or work baskets; several
designs at 20c up. A few are of
fine reed baskets, with silk inside
basket. A gift for tots or the
A few ladies handbags and
purses, good quality. Styles that
are always good, and prices that
For men we have smoking and
shaving sets in materials and de-
signs shown in the higher priced
DECORATIVE GOODS, FES
Tinsel glass heads and multi-col-
ored blown glass bulbs for Christ-
ma* decoration. As nice about
the home whether or not yon
haw a Christinas tree, hut nec-
essary with a tree. Wreaths, can-
dles, candle holders, etc.
Christmas boxes for boxing gifts
all size* and style*, inexpensive.
Christmas tags and seals and
special holiday wrapping string.
Fold filled and solid gold jewelry
of exceptional merit. Popular pric-
ed gold filled jewelry to 14 karat
gold pieces are all priced special for
Christmas selling. Every one is
familiar with our great line of nov-
elty jewelry in the cheaper grades,
but probably you have no idea how
complete a stock of jewelry of the
highest quality we carry.
This assortment of fine jewelry is
very carefully chosen, and includes
a big variety of patterns in each of
the lines. The entire assortment
might be classed as a Christmas as-
sortment for everything it includes
will make a very acceptable gift.
Lavalliers, watch chains, watch
charms, brooches, tie pins, cuff
links, bracelets, bar pins—these are
only a few of the lines.
WHY NOT GIVE BOOKS
Our stock of books* includes sub-
jects for the grown folks, boys and
girls and the babies. They are the
kind of books you like to keep, and
prices are lower than usual. Many
"best sellers" included.
About 300 volumes of popular
novels and best authors, cloth
bound, clear print, good paper, 25c
to 50c each. One large assortment
of standard works and classics,
cloth bound at 15c.
Toy books in the strongest show-
ing we have ever had. Paper, hoard
and cloth covered toy hooks, paint-
ing ami drawing books. Keeps the
children busy with things they
ought to do.
We have been searching the markets
and buying holiday goods aince early
last summer; we bought them before the
holiday demand raised the price* mid ex-
hausted the markets. And we Imught In
great quautitie* no a* to get the. quanti-
ty discount. That * why it pay* to buy
Christmas good* of every dencription at
Fisher'*—the store where you get th«
most change back.
Unusual Values In
If our big stock of fine imported
china pieces could be shown with
plenty of display room, what a
beautiful assortment we could show.
You will be surprised at the Bavar-
ian and other quality china we are
showing in hand-painted ami finish-
Special pieces include cups and
saucers, bread and butter plates,
table and cake plates, fruit and sal-
ad bowls, bon bon and jelly dishes,
spoon trays, celery and olive dish-
es, dresser sets .tankards, rail plates
etc. A great gift assortment that
is full of splendid suggestion* that
will plea.se any woman or girl.
Large Floral and Frliit embossed
vases, great variety of designs and
shapes. Beautiful colors and tint*.
See these. They are priceij very
FOR THE TOTS
beginning with rattles, stuffed
animals, musical wheels, cart*,
horses ami such toys, and includ-
ing iron toys of every description
our toy stock hold* score* of sug-
gestions for the tiny tot*.
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