The Granite Enterprise. (Granite, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, October 13, 1911 Page: 1 of 9
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Leading Granite Merchants give Enterprise Piano Tickets. Ask for them.
Granite, Greer County, Oklahoma. Friday October 13, 1911
Granite Business Men Offer
oye to Hpurklf with anticipation
whenever reference in made to
Should you be a criminal and
be clever en .ugh to discover the
identity of oik* of them, he im-
mediately disappears and the
plumber who repairs your wafer
c • i o • a Ior l'le wan who drives you
Special BarKa.ns to At- | to your work in the morning.
tract the Public. Ima^ ^e successor. Go where
I you will, there is no eseape for
The Enterprise's special Sat-1 yo.u* !f y^u art?, *ui,ty-
urday bargains is proving to be . be Final Settlement" shown
L. |,n u vivid manner the resource-
fulnens of this splendid crganiza
GROWING BIG FAIR
Young Ladies Determined to Everything Is Now in Full
a winner. People from many
parts of the county who read
the paper are being attracted by
the bpecial drives offered by
Granite merchants, and they are
coming here to take advant^e
All business men who author*
ized the paper last week to offer
special cost drives in certain
articles report a ^ood business
and again furnish us with a list
for tomorrow's sale only. They
are as follows:
A. H. Williams, baking pow-
der, corn by the case, "Yours
Trulv" coffee and stove pipe.
T. F. Morrow, kitchen cabinets
laundry soap, soda and grape
The Dixie Store, men's and
Schave Bros, quilts, trunks
and dining chairs.
Brooks & Sons, cabbage by the
Granite Grain Co., coal.
R C. Moss, navy beans.
Austin Bros., hais and shoes.
J L. Dinnellv, mantsl clocks.
M. A. Smit h, Pi ice's toilet
Gooch Hardware company,
knee pads and cotton scales.
S. P. Saunders, lightweight
Remember, these articles are
sold at absolute cost. Look the
list over before you come to town
tomorrow, and see if you don't
think that you can do better at
Granite than any place you know
of. Granite merchants want
your trade, and if special efforts
to fret it will bring it, they are
going to have it. C< m; to Granite
tomorrow, where your money
will do double duty in the pur-
chase of articles that you need
tion. The chase is carried from
Maine to E gland and back to
N. W. and to its "Final Settle-
ment" in San Francisco.
Seats on Rale at Crown Pharm-
Win The Enterprise Piano
and Beautiful Watch.
Interest in The Enterprise con-
is growing, and the young ladies
are getting more determined to
Blast, and Exhibits are
Well Worth Seeing.
Operation for Goitre.
j have the beautiful piano
| Christmas morning.
Misses Campbell and Baker
are still leading, while some of
Miss Johnson'c; friends gave her
a considerable boost this week.
The beautiful ladies' watch of-
fered as a special prize is well
ration lor IjOltre. — u oKtv,ioi is wen
Sammy Markham. of| worth striving for. lt Roes to
Quartz, was taken to the Border one making the greatest
hospital Friday by Dr. Willis ifa,n du™* the month of Octo-
where she underwent an opera- J?1"' uVOte COunts on
tion for goitre. The growth was i ^ P,Tan0.J"st ,th,e same* See il
- > . at J. L. Lhneily s, and go to
succesfully removed, and the'
work and get it. The one who
lady is reported as doing nicely, u "V" —
being well on the road to re. ^urns ln the most subscribers by
covery at this writing. i \ gejs the watch' whether
I she is leading or not.
Following is the standing of
the contestants this week:
J Miss Georgie Campbell
t Miss Nina Baker
While not exactly tendered the | Miss Hetty johnson
DECLINES THE OFFICE.
Judge Ryder Doesn't Want
to Be State Geologist.
. . . mioo iieny jonnsoi
office of state geologist, Judge J.. Miss Haz.l Hedley
W. Ryder, of Granite has been Miss Olive Huggins
given to understand that he Miss Fay Houston
lould have it f he wanted it.
The place was rec nt.ly' made
vacant i y ths resignation of
Prof. , Gould, and friends of
Judge Ryder were anxious that
he accept the office, but after
careful consideration, he has
decided that there is not enough
in the position to just;fy him in
making the sacrifice that he
would have to make in order to
To Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cousins,
Sunday, a girl.
To Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Allen,
Tuesday, a boy.
' To Mr. and Mrs. George N.
Nance, Tuesday, a boy.
Senator Owens to Speak.
United States Senator Robert
L. Owens has promised to make
a talk to the people of Greer
county al. Mangum today. A
letter from Secretary Heame tc
the editor-sfiys: "Senator R. L
Owens will be with uson Friday,
the 13th. I do not know just
what subject he will talk on.
but it is needless to say that he
will interest the people no maltrr
what he chooses for his subject."
The following patents were
just issued to southern inventors,
reported by D. Swift & Co.,
patent lawyers. Washington,
D. C., who will furnish copies of
any patent for ten cents apiece
to our readers.
Oklahoma.—W. T. Wyclif,
Lamont, gate operating device.
Texas.— Lee Anderson, Paris,
knockdown crate: Ernst H.
Andre, aeroplane: Wesley W.
Haden, Tipson, sanitary banana
display case; H. J. Finckler, San
Antinio, buggy wrench.
Miss Rosa Dewees
Miss Myrtle Bassett
Miss Isa Nunnery, .
Miss Minta Morrow
Miss Esther Holden
Miss Sallie Berry
Miss Ola Stimson ...
Miss May Wills
Miss Nona Carothers
Mij-s Mamie Gibson
Miss Eska Curtis
Miss Edna Cross,
M iss M i nnie Frogue
Miss Iva Cousins
Miss Eula Clifton
Miss Florence Read
Miss Li I lie Parton
The big Greer county fair is
now on at Mangum, and will
continue until Saturday night.
The exhibits are said to be
fine, and well worth going to see.
While this has been a very un-
favorable crop year, a visit of
inspection to the fair will dem-
onstrate that much rain is not
absolutely necessary to produce
many necessaries in old Greer.
The management have spared
no effort or expense to make
fair the most successful one in
the history of the association.
Nearly 650 premiums are offered
for the best exhibits in every
line of farm products, live stock,
Yesterday was Woodmen day
at the fair and some of the best
teams ' in Western Oklahoma
were there to compete for the
liberal cash prizes offered for the
best drilled teams.
Take a day off today or to-
morrow and visit the fair. Take
the wift and children along. It
will be worth much to them, as
there will be many things to in-
terest them. Don't miss it.
mention o! the individual mem
l>er* of the cast would be an in-l
justice to the other*, as they |
1 were all good, arid Mr. Stratum
is to In? congratulated on secur-
ing such a company for the open-
ing night. He .'promise* some
more good attractions in the
'near future, the next of which
will be here Monday night, when
"A Final Settlement," a rattling
good .-omedy will be put on.
Monday, October 16,
Panther Prowling Around
N. D. Harris, living on tl^
Beaumont place five miles south-
west of Granite, reports a pan-
ther prowling around in that vi-
cinity. The animal was heard
screeching Tuesday nierht, and
on Wednesday morning he was
seen entering a thicket on Mr.
Beaumont's farm. These anf-
ma's were formerly numerous in !
Granite Trims Hobart.
The Granite footbali team went
to Hobart Saturday to play the
Hobart team, and trimmed them
nicely to the tune of 12 to 0.
The Saturday previous Granite's
team played Altus and put it
over them by a score of 7 to 1.
Under th;j coaching of Mr. Nash,
our boys have developed into a
rattling good team, and the
bunch that beats them will know
that they have had a game.
Mrs. W. E. Card well and Mr.
T.P.jCardwell of Coalgate, Okla.,
were visitors of the school Wed-
Mrs. J. B. Jones visited first
Dr. Wiley visited school Mon-
The pupils are doing excellent
1.000 work. The examinations sug
1,000 (rested new ideas concerning
1,000 progress and thoroughness. Let
1,000 each lesson be Well prepared.
1,000 The final results will be good.
1,000 Mrs. Cooper visited the First
1,000 hisses Isa Nunnery and Zelta
Feike visited Fourth grade last
All rooms are preparing ex-
hibit work. This work is sug-
gested by the lessons and will
intensify the essential phases of
the work. We are going to
observe the improvement made
in penmanship and language.
S. A. Coffman.
"Here we are again after so
long a delay."
He-ilth in this community is
not very good at present.
Mrs. C. C. Loe and Miss
Elnora McGavock are reported
on the sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Greenlee
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Carotherr.
Miss Corrie Morris took dinner
with Miss Ruth McGavock Sun-
Several from this community
attended singing at Lake Creek
J. W. McGavock attended the
Harmon county association last
week at Hollis.
Blanche Hoskins spent Satur-
day night with Reta Alams.
Little Cora Lee Loe is reported
to be much better at this writ-
J. H. Wilds and family took
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Did Exhibit of Our Granite at
the State Fair in Charge
of Capt. Pellow.
Much favorable comment on
the exhibit of our granite at the
state fair has been made. Super-
intendent Pellow, of the South-
western quarries, was in charge
of a splendid exhibit there. He
says there were 160 varieties of
Oklahoma building stone on ex-
hibit, and that the Oklahoma
red granite attracted the atten-
tion of people interested from all
over the United States. As a
result of the exhibit. Mr. Pellow
took orders for five car loads of
finished stone, besides a large
amount of stone in the rough.
One monument dealer from
Kansas said to him: "That stone
is equal to the Swedish Rose
granite, which costs me $5.00
per cubic foot, in the rough,
and I don't care what
you call it, I am going to
sell it for Swedish Rose. I want
a carload of it at once."
this section, but it is a
thing to hear of one no v.
Postal Savings Bank.
Postmaster McRee th
The Heater Which Maintains
a Steady, Even Temperature.
notice that a posta
savings bank was to be es
tablished by the government in j
many places, and Mr. McRee I
was informed that he might be-,
gin accepting deposits on Oct
31. Instructions as to how to
proceed have not yet arrived. I
but Mr. McRee expects them i
Big Bunch to Hobart.
A big bunch of Granite citi-
zens went to Hobart yesterday
to attend the good roads conven-
tion at that place. The object
of this meeting is to formulate
Hans tor an east and west road
connecting with the state road
now building north and south at
The Enterprise will
give a full account of the meet-
Amount of xftooey paid out for
the work done on the road lead-
ing from the depot to the re-
formatory, and including the
piece of road graded up near J.
N. Olds, which consumed about
two days for the hands furnish-
ed by Mr. Reed, we put up near
one and one-half miles of the
best ooad in Oklahoma for
$420.85 being the total for same.
The cheapest road in Oklahoma.
Now, if youch o lie grumblers
are not satisfied with this report,
come in to the office and we will
go over the books with j'ou, to
I am ever the same,
Milton Spiegle returned to his
home in Mangum this week after
having turned over the bakery
to Messrs. Black & Son. By
strict attention to business and
uniformly courteous treatment,
Milton has made many friends
in Granite who wish him success
wherever his lot in life may be
ing next week.
Attorney Earle Feike left
Monday for Salem. Ore., where
he will locate for the practice of
his profession. Young Mr. Feike
only recently graduated with
honor from the law department
of the state university of Iowa,
and carries with him the best
wishes of a large number of
friends to his new home.
Is the World Growing Better?
Many things go to prove that
it is. The way thousands are
| trying to help others is proof.
Among them is Mr. W \\
Granite Route 4.
Mrs. E. J. Petty and daughter-
in-law Mrs. Maude Cummings
visited in Mangum Tuesday with
Mrs. Smith and daughter Mrs.
There was church service at
Mountain Home the first Sunday
at 3:00 p. m. by Bro. Armstrong,
Mrs. Petty, who has been
visiting her son O. L. Cummings,
left Sunday for her home at
Jeanette, Tenn., she will stop
over at Davenport, Okla., for a
short visit with an old friend.
A large crowd attended church
and Sunday school at Louder
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Norman
were visiting relatives on Route
The singing at Mr. Clampitts
Sunday night was enjoyed by
Miss Lewis Murray spent Sun-
day evening with Miss Gladys
E. J. Call has been cutting
alfalfa this week.
Miss Daisy Holman is spend-
ing a few weeks with Mrs.
Sam Penrod, Horace Lackey
Lawrence Wright and Wat
Murray attended church at Hope-
well Sunday evening.
Carl Johnson is talking of get-
ting a new buggy, now watch
N. H. Lackey and J. W. Elder
took in the Oklahoma State Fair
Mr. E'der was looking after
machinery to put in a pumping
plant in order to irrigate his
farm on Elm river. He will
raise a market garden.
Averts Awful Tragedy.
Timelyadviee given Mrs. C.
Willoughby, of Marengo. Wis
(R. No. II prevented a dreadfui
tragedy and saved two lives.
Doctors had said her frightful
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