The Granite Enterprise. (Granite, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, March 4, 1910 Page: 5 of 8
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IT S NOT WHAT
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Every dollar that you spend fool-
ishly, every proportinate amount
of money that you earn that it would be poeeidle to
save and do not, ie only money that you have to work
for again. On the other hand every dollar you put
in the bank is money that is going to con>tantly work
for you. Which is the best; money always working
for you, or you always working for your money.
Come in and start that bank account. Don t put it
off another day.
State Guaranty Bank.
Surplus. $330.20 Deposits, $117,195.23
President, D. A. Belmore. Vice Pies., G. W. Wiley.
Cashier, P. W. Raemer.
P. Flynn, J. H. Holden, M. A. Smith, G.W.Wiley, D.A.Belmore
Preuitt Grocery Co.
Now is the time to get ready for
vour Spring Garden. We have just
received the largest and finest lot
of Seed Potatoes we have ever
seen. Supply yourself NOW.
Bliss Triumph Seed Potatoes,
Eirly Rose Seed Potatoes,
per bushel -
Early Ohio Seed Potatces,
per bushel -
Best Colorado eating potatoes,
per bushel -
Red, White and Yelow Onion Sets,
per gallon- r--v -
Prof. B. T. Flemmings made .
a trip to Mangum Saturday. |
J. A. Leckie i3 building a new
addition to his house.
Mrs. Hogg spent Monday eve-
ning with Mrs. Carrothers.
W. W. Curtis moved on Mrs,
Campbell's place Monday.
Mrs. Cantrels's baby was on
the sick list last week but is
better at this writing.
J. H. Carothers spent Sunday
night with J. W. Carothers,
Miss Velma Waid, of Granite,
and Lewis Greenlee were out in
thiB part Sunday.
Vergie Cheek returned home
from Marie Saturday.
A large crowd attended the
pinging at Lake Creek Sunday
The class will meet at Sand-
hill next Sunday.
Vida Morris and Errest Floyd
attended church at FairView
In the cavalry of Uucle Sam's
army are some of the most skill-
ful and daring horsemen in the
world. Cossacks in the Russian
have been so much written about
as living in the saddle that by
the great majority of our own
people they are considered un-
equal ed in horsemanship. This
credit is undeserved. The most
competent judges declares that
the crack cavalrymen of the
United States army are superior
to the Cossack horsemen. Our
troopers and their horses are
trained to act as one body and
mind, like the fabled Centar-
the creature with a horse's body
and a human head and arms.
By special arrangement a troop
from the army post at San An-
tonio will be detailed to visit the
National Feeders and Breeders
show at Fort Worth, March 14th
to 19th, and take part in the
horse show. The thousands who
attend that show will see things
to open their eyes, and will car-
ry away with them correcter
ideas of the efficiency of the
cavalry branch of our national
army than they have ever had.
This attraction is worth going
to see, not to speak of the thous-
ands of purebred cattle, horses,
swine, and sheep on exhibition
at the show.
Will Shortly Recive a Full Line of Other
Fresh Garden Seeds.
PREUHT GROCERY Co
LEE, <ORD, Mgr.
We desire to announce the formal opening of our millinery department Sat-
urday, March 5th, 1910, under the wonderfully able direction of
Miss Margaret Hope
C. e. ROBINSON
Orayago and Transfer
furniture carefully handled
solicit a Share of your P^-nag^u^my line.
4 PEOPLE 4
Working day and night for the past thirty days in order to get ready for this
stupendous event. Miss Hope has been to New York this winter buying her
sprint stock of millinery, and seeing the styles, she is the only trimmer in this
town°who goes to New York for the styles. People living in the vicinity of
Hobart must realize the immense advantage of buy ing their millinery here *here
they have the priviledge of choosing from the selections made in New York
personally by Miss Hope. Of course it costs a great deal of money to employ
S trimmer like Miss Hope and it costs a great deal to send her all the way to
New York and back, but the interests of our patrons are always foremost in our
minds and we feel that nothing but the best is good enough for them. Miss
Hope is endeavoring this season to outdo any previous effort in this town even
bv hersetf and when you come to the opening we feel sure that you w,H agree
that she has accomplished what she set out to do.
Miss Hope has three able trimmers assisting her in preparing the vast num-
ber of artistic creations that will be here for your inspection and the millinery
deKbyenSaVu?dTy,Sevebry^ngwiil be fin,shed, and everything will be in place,
the big milHnery Action on the second floor will be a perfect galaxy of beaut,-
ful spring headwear, either personally selected or designed by Miss Hope.
Miss Hope especially invites her many out-of-town customers to visit the
«=tore on opening day, as she is especially desirous of serving them to the very
best advantage, and wishes them share in the first showing of the new
You should not under any consideration miss this millinery opening whether
vou are readv to buy or not, because here and no where else can you have the
advantage of seeing Miss Hopes ideas carried out. Handsome souvenirs will
be given each visitor to this department on that day.
Remember The Date
SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1910.
The DIXIE Store
Boarding, Sale and Feed Stable,
Now in Our New Barn.
Prepared to take Special Care of
Boarding Horses, day or Month.
Good Teams and Careful Drivers
Have Added Big Auto to Above.
Rates »s Low as tHe Lowest
Phon. 78 when y.u want good ..rvice in our line
Comfort in Traveling.
The news service some time
ago inaugurated by the Rock
Island Lines on their de luxe
train'The Golden State Limited'
bstween Chicago, St. louis and
California, has met with such
popular favor that commencing
March 1st it will be extended to
the "Rocky Mountain Limited"
operated daily by the Rock Island
Lines between Chicago and
This service has marked an era
i,t transportation facilities in
that it keeps passengers on those
trains in constant touch with the
news of the outside world. The!
arrangement contemplates a fullj
report of the world's news each
day from the United Press
Associations supplemented by I
additional bulletins, when im-j
portant events happen, whichj
are reported to the trains by I
telegraph and posted in the.
observation carp. .■
This service added to that of j I
Victoria recitals, stock market (|
quotations, the service of barber, I
valet for pressing clothes, etc., i
very nearly approaches absolute!
perfection in transportation
Good team of mule* for
tale. Cash or time. See B.|
Farmers, we wholesale and retail
FLOUR, MEAL and FEED
right from our mill. If you will call and get our Mill price
on these products, we will save you some money. We sell;
COTTON SEED MEAL
COTTON SEED HULLS
COTTON SEED CAKES
CHICO, (the celebrated horse feed)
CORN CHOPS, full 100 lbs
MILL RUN BRAN "
ALFALFA MEAL "
ALFARINE, the Only, Cow Feed.
WHITE ROSE FLOUR
BIG A FLOUR, the Original
GOLD BAND FLOUR
PURE CORN MEAL
CORD WOOD, $6.00 Cord
STOVEWOOD, $2.50 Rick
MCALESTER COALS, per ton, $5.50 to
COLORADO NIGGER HEAD _ _ _
McDONALD FANCY LUMP
BRIAR CREEK FANCY LUMP
RESCREANED FANCY NUT COAL
_ 8 00
THE CROWN PHARMACY
Hae a treat for eome early
cuetomere. Something indie-
peneible in every houeehold.l
Come to eee ue, firet door
north of StateGuaranty Bank. I
GRANITE GRAIN COMPNY
Phone 119 Prompt Delivery
We want your Poultry. Hides. Furs, Eggs and Scrap Iron
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Charles E. Hill and Sons. The Granite Enterprise. (Granite, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, March 4, 1910, newspaper, March 4, 1910; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc402752/m1/5/: accessed January 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.