Geary Times-Journal (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 29, 1919 Page: 1 of 16
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SEE THE NEW NASH SIX, Valve-in-head “enclosed” on display at the PEOPLE S GARAGE, Geary. Okla.
VOLUME 19-NUMBER 16
SUCCESSOR TO THE OBART TIMM AND OEAI.V JOURNAL, J AND ART !«■»».
GEARY, BL AINE COUNI V, OKLAHOMA, MAY 29, 1919
BY SEGER PUBLISHING CO
We invite you to do your bank-
Yon can open an account at any
We pay interest on time deposits.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Mrs. Mary Stumbo is visit-
ing with her son^ M. G. Stumbo
W. H. Brown has bought the
!c- L. Colby stock of harness
hardware an1* added it to his
i own stock already on hands.
Miss Grace and Miss Ellen
Barney both have good posi-
tions at Greenfield during the
* vacation months.
Do Y ou Ever Think-
oi has it occured to you—to take tim£
to think-the value of your affiliations
with a conseivative, progressive bank is
to your everyday life? Others have
profited by our service. Why not you?
We liave purchased the Peo-
ples Garage Repair Shop from
Shroeder and O’Neal and are
prepared to handle any kind of
repair work. -~We ask the *e0~
ular patrons of the above firm
to give us a trial and promise
our own customers _whom we
have served in other locations,
the same courteous _treatment
we have always accorded them.
• DAY OR NIGHT —
Batteries charged and repaired
RUSSEL BROWN, Tel. 49
Mrs. Edd Caslett and chil- E
dren, sister of Mrs. Barney 8
left for their home at Danville ■
Kanas after a two weeks visit
GOOD l IRES
I am the agent in Gea-
ry for the Barney Old-
field Tire* and Tubes,
a new one backed by a
If they ever make a
good one the fust ones
i ought to be. Try these
Mr- and Mrs. John Doolin
of Harper, Kansas, have been
Visiting their daughter, |Mrsy Sidney
American State Bank
“The Bank Which Gives Personal Service’
Brake was in town —/ have some good work hors-
K. A. Barney, the past week, this week st.ll carrying his ^ ^ jf ^ my of
hand in a sling from the results come ^ ^ z<wfc the8€ ov.
Mr- and Mrs. Ira Amstutz of an encounter with a cow. er right away% j. A. RYTHER.
Amstutz of an encounter with a cow.
returned saiurauy morning The cow broke her rope and
from Miama where they visited attacked Mr. Brake, knocking
. . a n___-mi a • _ . . ___
from Miftma where they visited attacked Mr. Brake. KnocKing, Have you looked at the new
Mrs. Amstutz,s brother, M. G. ^own and stepping on his HOOSIER _CABINETS _crt—
ci„mVui +n iniiirp it. severely. BRAKE S?
film UUWII ciiivt
hand so us to injure it severely. BRAKE’S?
If you were wanting a rug
look at the NEW ONES, just
arrived, at C. M. BRAKE S.
A. F. White of Bridgeport
was here last Saturday and
uujjm * * j **-' — took home a monument he had
tires next time. Also purchased of W. H. Brown and
ii d 1 * that Mr. Brown had made for
1 have Pennsylvania1^ the week before. •
I HOLMES DRUG STORE
That White Beauty Hosier j i
Cabinet at, BRAKE’S, cannot gOOCl.
Vacuum Cup Tires.
These tires are making
We now have some new rugs
in stock and more in transit—
C. M. BRAKE.
C. F. WATT, Prop.
Mrs. Matilda Munsey, 86
years, 3 months, 15 day3 old
died Monday at the home of
sons, G. T. and R. B. Munsey
east of Geary. Interment was
I in the Geary cemetery Tuesday
ready for Swimmin’
I have your size in All Wool
One Piece Bathing Suits, at_
from $7.50 to $12.00
Rubber Swim Kups to match
all suits at from 40c to 85c
Malt and Manganese— Get a
I sell Keen Kuttes Pocket
Knives and they are gcod
Everybody should Paint and
Paper now. The dust is set-
tled and the weather is ideal—
Lots are doing it. Discrimi.
rating buyers use Sherwin Wil-
liams Paint. J. A. Chitwood
put two coats on his home with
four gallons of S. W. P•
That’s spreading some. Over
400 spuare feet to the gallon,
If you uNeed the pep” get a
$1.00 Bottle of Peptoia. It
will put vim and snap into
your system. Rs a strength
maker Tor run down men and
A combination of Peptonized
Iron,— Cod-liver Extract—
I sell Shumate Razors that
are gurneed for life, and be-
lieve me I sell a lot of them.
Your Money Refunded If
Don’t let your little chick
die with Diorrhea or Bowl
Trouble. I sell all remedies
and all are good. Walko 50c
Avicol 25c an(1 50c— Wartin-
by’s Chick Saver 50c— Hess
Remedy 25i and 50c.
I have a remedy of my own
which I believe, honestly is as
good as made. You can buy
any quantity from 10c up.
—MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT—
_ ROGERS DRUG STORE
We are just in receipt of a letter and pamphlet
from the United States Department of Agnculutre,
asking us to co-operate w*th them in the campaign
for food conservation by recommending to our cus-
tomers the preserving of eggs by the use of sodium
In part the pamphlet reads: During the spr»ng
and early summer when eggs arf/Jun^ant f
onable in prices , attention should be given to preser-
ving them for winter use. Fresh eggs properly pre-
served may be kept for 8 to 12 months in excellant
condition and used with good results.
Eggs laid during Apr‘l, May and early June have
been found to keep better than those t^d later in the
season. Use 1 quart of sodium silicate (40c to 9
quarts of water that has been boded andl cooled.
Place the mixture in a 5 gallon crock or jar. I his
will be sufficient to preserve 15 dozen eggs and will
"erve L aTu^de for the puantity needed to preserve
larger numbers of eggs , , j
Fresh clean eggs, properly preserved can be used
satisfactorily for all purposes in cooking and for the
i There are a number of persons in Geary who have
been preserving eggs by this method for several
years but every housewife seould preserve at least a few
n. You will alwoys have them when you want them
at a greatly reduced price from nhe usual mid-winter
The gove, ament is anxious that every woman preserve at
least a few egg. and that la the reason we are telling about
it. We will gladly give you additional information if you
will call in and nee us.
ATTEND TO THIS
You had better have your painting done before hot
weather. That sound, sane advice. Mr. Houseowner. At
this season of the year conditions are ideal for house paint-
ing So getgit done and out of the way before blistering
hot weather sets in. We urge you to make arrangements
for your painting NOW. Let us co-operate with you in se-
lecting colors. ,
Paint prices are now at the lowest level for 1919. accord-
ing to the best information we are able to obtain.
Perfect _Drug Store Service
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Seger, Neatha H. Geary Times-Journal (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 29, 1919, newspaper, May 29, 1919; Geary, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1075402/m1/1/: accessed February 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.