The Granite Enterprise. (Granite, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 18, 1903 Page: 3 of 8
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THE GRANITE ENTERPRISE
THURSDAY. JUNE 18, »r>nj
items of interest Picked
tip Here and Elsewhere.
Money to loan. Jasper Messmore t-f
The Commercial Club met Monday
Lenox Soap can be found at all good
groceries. Try it.
Bisr crowds visit the Sulphur Springs
BROWN BROS., Proprietors.
Fresh and Cured Meats.
Cash Paid for Hides and Furs.
Fresh Vegetables Always on Hand
cranrri; - - oklahoma.
See J. C. Collins for milch cows
Mr. Ed T Binns is again up, after a
See Cox-Baker Mercantile Co. for up
to date shoes.
Mrs. Lewis Dinelly is reported quite
The trains are again running and
freights are once more moving.
Old papers at the Enterprise office,
10 cr nts per hun1r#»d.
Lenox Soap pleases everybody, al-
ways good and reliable.
For home rendered lard call
Brown Bros. City Meat Market.
D . C. W. Austin attended the meeting
of the Greer county Medical Associa-
tion at Mangum, Thursday.
Money to Loan. $12,000 to loan on
farms. Long time. Apply to
T. J. Mounari, Granite O. T.
A large crowd of young folks attended
a most enjoyable birthday party given
by Pearl and Earl Smith Saturday night.
List your real estate and lands with
P. F. Lau & Co. Office over Granite
Home cooking. Best in the city.
Mrs.A. J. Stuart.
P. F. Lau Se Co., are experienced real
estate men. List your property with
them. Office over Granite State Bank.
Lenox Soap fits the hand, is full
weight, goes farther than others and is
always made only of the best materials.
I will sell my farm at a bargain. Wa-
ter and grass plentiful.
A. J. Merrs, Granite, O. T.
The city council met Tuesday. No
business of importance was transacted.
Lenox Soap leaves your clothes sweet,
clean and uninjured and is full weight.
Grand spring house cleaning sale of
old papers at the Enterprise office.
The Hobart Daily Chief has suspended
publication for lack of support.
Test the excellence of Lenox Soap if
you want your money's worth.
Miss Neva Collins has returned from
Waxahachie, Texas where she has been
We are sole agents for the famous
Star brand shoe. Cox-Baker Mercan-
S. D. Smith Son
Groceries and Flour.
4* J» J*
We Keep Everything Good to Eat.
COME AND SEE US. Phone 71.
The farmer is taking advantage of the
nice weather and business is quiet in
Fine Jersey bull of I. J. Tompkins will
make season at S. H. Tittle,s place,
Granite,O. T. Terms, «2. 2-5*
Owing to the extremely cool weather,
the ice-eream supper given by the La-
dies' Aid Society of the Baptist Church,
Thursday night was not aR successful as
previous ones have been. Still it netted
about $7 00.
Robert Donnell died Sunday at his
home in Kiowa county of pneumonia.
Mr. DonneJI hnd been seriously ill for
about a month with bowel troubie when
pneumonia set in. Dr. C. W. Austin
was called to attend him but too late to
save him. Mr. Donnell was well known
in Granite and the Enterprise extends
Hymf at'iies to the sorrowing friends.
If you want to sell your farm, or bor-
row money, see me.
T. J. Molinari, Granite, O. T.
Miss Ada Dunaway of Collin County,
T^xas is spending the summer with her
uncle, W. R. Chatham.
Councilman W. R. Chatham, Miss Ada
Dunaway of Collin Co. Texas and Miss
Alma Hill, were pleasant callers at the
Enterprise office Tuesday.
Dont miss reading the tax notice pub-
lished in another column or it may cost
you fines, penalties costs and various
and several other additions.
For Sale on Time.
100 head of good milch cows, many of
them grade Jerseys. Will sell on a good
note on fall time.
l-2m W. C. Johnsov, Granite, Okla.
I will donate $1,000 worth of city prop-
erty to any industry that will come to
Granite and employ 100 men.
T. J. Molinari,
Granite, O. T.
The Enterprise is prepared to meet
competition of anything but "scab"
shops on commercial printing and job
work on those $50 and $100 orders. (The
kind you send out of town). Give us a
chance to figure. We have lots
of pencils and paper and will take the
me to figure with you.
When You Want
A Chattel Mortgage, Oil land lease,
Trust Deed, Quit Claitp Deed, Bond
for Deed, Bill of Sule, Articles of
Agreement, Note, Real Estate Mort-
fTaf?ei Soldiers Declaratory Statement
or any other legal blank, call at the
Is the Finest Equipped Resort
^est brands of Win**, Liquor* and Clcarw In stock
Absolutely pure wlnen and liquors for family trade and medi-
clnal purposes. JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY
DAN PAGE, Proprietor
GRANITE, O. T.
Ho, for Mexico!
Mexican International Ry.
Where you are guaranteed attention, courtesy, safety and
speed, whose greatest pleasure it is to serve its patrons.
Thr Mhxican International Railway touches at
Durango, the heart of Mexico's great mineral belt, at Tor-
reon and Monterv, making close connections for Tampico
and Gulf of Mexico, Aguas Calientes, San Louis Portosi,
Zacatecas, Guadalajara and City of Mexico.
No trouble or worry at the borders. Special passenger
representative to assist passengers through Custom House.
Costs you nothing to ask questions and it is a pleasure for
us to answer or serve you in any way possible.
Send for Copy " VAMOS A MEXICO." It's Free.
6E0. F. JACKSON, 6«r. P.M. Agt.
C. P. Diaz, Coih., Mexico.
J. W. FLANAGAN, Gen. Agt..
301 AIirio PIizi, Sir Antonio, Toxis.
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Ryder, J. W. The Granite Enterprise. (Granite, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 18, 1903, newspaper, June 18, 1903; Granite, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc404285/m1/3/: accessed July 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.