The Granite Enterprise. (Granite, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, February 4, 1916 Page: 4 of 8
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W Gingha s, 5c
jj! $1.50 SilK special 75c
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,JiffY JLEARANCE SAJ.E,
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S wlntor goods r marvlnfj tHom out • • Wlctor Goad, itt price* you rannot AFFOW. — — |||
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jg -—~ embroideries shoes 5hi
All Sweaters and
In Silks and Wool
at Big Redactions
at Big S I
at close-out prices you
cannot afford to miss.
W Mens and r3oys' Suits at ai _
Big Savings. See them. I — oncc with thc quamy. we «u <*ve you
g ^^Tthe rZZZZ "ZJZ* Sheering* at .educed pric^
5 S^iTXTTCTSUSTIN MERCANTILE CO. g
- ImpIemen,, m
GREER COUNTY'S ««« « i«g
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Higliest nr.arKet price for
aTil Kinds of produce
|l. J. WARD
at McRee's Cash Store
ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY
TEUEP 01h -NO. 20
CHAS. i. H LL, J rop.
i the |>9«toaoe at Or.nUe, Oklahoma.
far tranamlaslou through tae mall* aa secoa
' A4v*rt!*int U*<"
; Krandotfco^forobartuble lopoaes,
one-l*lf rataa. ^
DR. T J. NUNNERY
Physician and Surgeon
Postoffice Bldg. Granite, Okla.
R «. Phon . S«
DR. C. W. WILEY
Physician and Surgeon
omce In Oaaraty Bank Building
Bring me your corn and
make. I am paying now 46
cents per bushel for corn and 40
cents per hundred for imuze.
Ottoe Phone 134
Ken. Phone, 51
BEAK THIS IN AIIND
"I consider Chamberlain's Cough
Kenedy by far the best medicine in
Si - - - r , v the n.arket for colds and croup," says
S SubSCrlDtlOn, $1.00 tne lear Mrs ^u,ert Blosser, Lima, Ohi.'.
*=* Many others are of the samp opinion.
Ihe Granite Barber Shop
HOOD & PARR. Prop*.
office. Hot or CoH Bains.
Granite. - - Oklahoma.
We ofbr One Hundred Pollari
Reward for any case of Catarr
that cannot be cured by Hall
transactions und 3
„nv obllB«iioii nwle >•> lit" nri
NATION A I. BANK OF COMMERC^T
jiitlnK directly Testimonial
■en* fr^eirlre 75 c"nta per bottle. -1
b>Take Vuirf Family TI 1 la for conattpa.loj
TbP West Tonic, I
Mild • I^afatil
To Start Trading at Our Improved
a *#>ii our Old Customers
We don t need toj tell our v
that we appreciate the.r trade and wan.
more of it-they>now we do.
Bat now and thenVNe^One needs an Jln-
vita,ion—and this is for
and take a slant at, A DEAU i
c. <a B. GROCERY CO. M
COX A BRANNAN, Prop •
Money he earned
* t i e IT I and saved while a vil-
cJoim day iVtiox J )age youth he spcnl on
, ■ 1 an education. As a bank
clerk, later, he was aud.oos and thrifty- At middle age
a great financier. Knox lectured and wrote about ban c
ing topics and as Comptroller of the Currency he helped
refinance the government after the Ctv.1 war.
Are you preparing for future prosperity and
comfort by saving regularly a part of your earnings/
Will vou be able to take advantage of opportunity
for profitable investment when it comes? Could you
weather a sick spell without going heavily in debt
Be able to say YES to these questions a few
month, hence by starting a savtn^ account w«h us w«h
a part of your pay this week. Watching that account
grow will stimulate your energies.
Multiply your money in our care.
The State Guaranty Bank
D. A. Belmore. Pres. O. W. Wfley. V,ce-Pres
W. E. Boean. Cashier
^ No matter how efficient
cook may be, her efforts are i
less if she works(^th a
One of our cfyokigtoves^
ranges in your home will ins\
well cooked meals and be
pride of a good housekeeper.
You look at them before
buy, qnd back of them is
guaranty of quality.
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The Granite Enterprise. (Granite, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, February 4, 1916, newspaper, February 4, 1916; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc280825/m1/4/: accessed October 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.