The Granite Enterprise. (Granite, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, February 3, 1911 Page: 4 of 10
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COME! COME TO THE
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CARtV AL SAL
At the RACKET STORE, GRANITE, ORLA
A MIGHTY MERCANTILE CARNIVAL AND WINTER FESTIVAL
GREETING: To every man, woman and child within fifty miles of Granite, Okfa., we extend an invitation
to visit this great store during the period of the Great Winter Carnival Sale, an epoch in mercantile annals to be
forever marked as the greatest event of the era. It is the desire of the management of this institution to impress
upon the minds of every individual that this great sale is not of the ordinary Braggadocio type, but a legitimate,
bona fide period of bargain-giving, wherein the people receive the benefit. We do not want to insult the intelli-
gence of people by maki ig ridiculous statements, but getting for the consideration of every individual a clean and
concise statement of facts and figures that will positively appeal to one and all alike. Each day will witness a
great throng of buyers eagerly buying up their needs, from a slock that stands out pre-eminently as one of the
very best in Oklahoma. The quality is guaranteed. Thus in this tremendous sale "The Price is The Thing."
Mighty in savings, colossal in its scope, stupendous in the enormity of the undertaking. The effect of this great
Winter Carnival will be felt even in the most remote sections. Never in the history of this house has it so com-
pletely enjoyed the confidence of the people as it does today. Never in the life of our many years of successful
merchandising have we been better prepared to offer such tremendous values. All past sales will sink into obliv-
ion. The choicest of the world's best products are on display. The proclamation is issued. We proclaim these jj(
15 days Carnival Days and a great Winter Festival of Bargain-Giving. Every department of this great store is teeming with hundreds of irresistible bargains—Dry
Goods, Shoes, Underwear, Dress Goods, Piece Goods, Remnants, Ribbons, Hosiery, White Goods, Ladies and Misses' Tailored Skirts, all direct from the manufacturers
to be placed on sale for 15 days at prices that will positively be a revelation and establish forever the supremacy of this store as the fountain head of bargains.
Every Article in Our Store Must Go at Some Price
Ladies and Childrens' Shoes
Misses' Shoes in lace, vici kid, medium
sole, extra good value, positively and
absolutely worth $1.50 and i.6$; "in this
great sale and carnival the or
price is $1.&D
Misses' Kid Lace School Shoes, new
lasts, worth $2.00 and 2.25; in this great
carnival the price j
One lot Ladies' Shoes, showing all the
nice, nobby styles of the season, very
fine hand-sewed goods, Cuban heels,
etc., positively worth $2.^0 and 4.00; in
the great carnival the price ^
One lot Ladies' Shoes, showing exact
duplicate in style of the higher priced
leathers, worth $2.^0 and 3.00; in this
great sale the price | gjj
One lot Ladies' Shoes in vici kid, lace
worth ^3.00 and 3.25, in this o oq
g,reat sale the price is
'One lot Ladies'Shoes in all st>les, all
sizes, showing extra good value, worth
$1.75, 2.00 and 2.25; to close the lot in
this great sale the price 1.19
Mens and Boys1 Shoes.
$6.00 Men's Patent uolt Blucher in the
Great 1? days' Carnival djo qo
bale price pJt jO
5.00 Men's Patent Colt Blucher in the
great 15 days carnival O £Q
sale price t)X J
3.7^ Men's Patent Colt Blucher in the
great 19 days carnival, sale O 1A
price while they last &*lt/
3.50 Men's Full Stock Caif Shoe in the
great carnival the price
3.00 Men's Box Calf, great
carnival price is
2.6s Men's Vici Kid in the
great carnival the price is
Men's Heavy Work Shoes in
the great carnival the price is
Men's Half Hose.
A Big Line of Mens' Fancy Half Hose,
Going at Nearly Half Price.
2oe Mens's Fancy Blue Hose,
go in the great Carnival sale at
25c Mens' pink Lisle thread Hose
carnival sale price
25c Mens' fancy stripe Hose,
late colors, carnival price
0c Mens' black Hose,
10c Mens' tan hose,
great carnival sale price
Men's Heavy Underwear.
Men's Heavy Undershirts on
great carnival price is OOC
Boys ind childrens' Underwear
great carnival sale price is 18c to...,/DC
One lot of small size Suits, ranging in
cricc from $7.00 to $10. The nn
great 15 davs carnival price
Suits ranging in rrice from $4 to Q /*A
$7.50, great carnival price
Dry Goods Bargains.
Now is the time to buy your dress goods
for winter and spring.
75c J.ipanese Silk, great carnival
sale price is
1.2$ Panama, great carnival
sale price is
65c Panama in fancy colors, in
this great carnival the price is ...
Bi^ assortment of 10 and 12 1-2C ging
hams, in this great carnival
the price is
A real fancy Suiting, regular
20c grade, great sale price'is
American Prints, all colors,
great sale price, per d
colors and all styles.
Mens' 4.00 fancy shape Hats,
eari ival sale
Mens' 3.00 Hats, fancy shapes *1 Qf
and colors, carnival price JL */C
A big- assortment of Mens'Hats, ranging
in price fnm 1.50 to 2.50, all go QQ
in the big carnival sale at «/£)C
Fancy Chinas. , „ . ,
J # j carnival price
A big line of fancy Chi-jKrau?
na salad dishes,cakeplates,
cups, saucers and mugs a
go in the 15 days great
carnival sale at
Don't miss this oppor-
tunity of filling your china
closet with fine chinas at
LESS than Factory Cost.
Buy Your Groceries Now, While The\
20 pounds Sugar, |
carnival price wl«UU
20 pounds Navy Beans, -I /\/\
carnival price J[ #UU
20 po nds targe fancy Raisins,
Hominy, per can,
Now is the time to buy Your Hats. We
Have a Big line of fancy shapse, late
Large fancy Prunes, per pound,
Dr. Price's Wheat Flakes,
Old Mammy Hominy, per case,
Old Mammy Kraut, per case,
carnival p ice
Corn Me.il, per jack,
Mill Run Bran, per sack,
Corn Chops, per sack,
preat carnival price
Good 3-strand Broom,
Irish Potatoes, per bushel,
DONT FORGET THE TIME: FEBRUARY 3rd TO 18th.
THE Rt -L i DEPT. STORE
BKOOtlS & SONS, Props.
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Charles E. Hill and Sons. The Granite Enterprise. (Granite, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, February 3, 1911, newspaper, February 3, 1911; Granite, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc282239/m1/4/: accessed June 25, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.