The Geary Bulletin. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 13, 1911 Page: 1 of 10
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Geary and Watonga
Play Ball Here Next Sunday, Apr. 16
HE GEARY BULLETIN.
VOL. 12. NO 43
The best and most comfortable brace in the
world-no steel to rust, no laces to hurt spine.
The Rexall Shoulder Brace is a wonderful new in-
vention that will straighten round shoulders without
discomfort or interfering with the circulation. Will ex-
pand the chest and, by compelling deep breathing, les-
sens the tendency to pulmonary ailments.
Gives to women an erect, correct and beautiful fig-
ure without the need of deforming, unhealthy corsets,
and to rnen that erect, commanding appearance that
bespeaks energy and perfect health- __
THE REXALL SHOULDER BRACE is light and
washable, weighs only three ounces and can be worn
without discomfort. Its presence is known to you only,
as you assume an incorrect position when it gently re-
minds you of the fact. It is the ideal brace for children
as well as adults, and if worn by growing children they
will become well proportioned, healthy men and women.
It is manufactured in all sizes, capable of fitting
anyone, from a child of four years to a man weighing
Mail orders filled-Send chest measure
Sold and guaranteed by
Rogers’ Drug Store
GEARY, BLAINE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, APRIL 13. 1S11.
Base Ball in Geary Bailey & Hogan Dissolves.
The base ball boys were around The firm of Baily & Hogan has
calling on the merchants and citi- been dissolved by mutual consent,
zens Tuesday making up funds H.G. Badey will continue the in-
to support the team during the .surance and city real estate busi-
coming season. There is nothing ness and D P. Hogan will conduct
that advertises a town more nor
better than a good hall team and
CNAS. I. HOFF, PUBLISHER.
the farm, real estate and loan
business. They will still occupy
good team that will be a winner
at least a portion of the time.
I Most of our people appreciate
1 this and donated liberally-
we have the materiel here for a the office in the rear of the State
Guaranty Bank building.
Both of these gentleman are wide
awake business men and nlivavs
awake business men and always
ready to do any thing in their!
KEEP YOUR EYE
ON THIS SPACE
Every Saturday we will have a special discount
sale in some department for just that day only.
| F. S. Preston is manager of power for the good of the com-
! the team ond he will do the best munity in a substantial way.
in his power to give us some good | They each solicit a share of the
garnet. I he opening game will business in their different lines,
be played here Sunday with the |
! Watonga team and we are looking i
for some good stunts to be pulled 1 Arm Broken
|off that will make an interesting! Friday Sam Allen started
game. Manager Preston assures . .. ... . ,
i us that he will give us some 0111 to the pumpstation to deliver
games during the season that some gasoline and when about
will be as good as the best in the two miles on the road his horse
amateur line. became frightened at a pile of
dirt in the road, and Mr. Allen
The Piano Contest was sitting on the gasoline tank
Below wc give the standing of and as the wagon turned short
the contestants in the piano con- he was thrown to the ground and ■
tpst to dote- » I broke his left forearm, which R
Zula Smith' 40434 'Y'11 Probably lay him up for some
Effie Logan bill .........................304001t,me*
Tillie Coil ...................................25378
Edith Stumbo...................... 13785
Bessie Turneus 1989
Maggie Thomas ...............1643
Saturday, April 15th, we
will give 10 pr. ct. off on
Sboes-buy them that day
C E. BRADLEY
School Board Meets
At a meeting of the board of
education last Thursday evening.
Professor Hill was elected super-
Greenfield Dramatic Co
The Greenfield Dramatic com-
pany presented a comedy drama
entitled “The Squire’s Daughter
rrotessor mu was eiecieu super- enimeu
intendent of the Geary schools at Greenfield last Saturday night
for the ensuing term and Miss j to a large and appreciative au-
Berma Bland principal of the dience. The company is compos-
high school. The schools have1 ed entirely of home talent and
given general satisfaction during; the members have the ability to
the past year, and the board are' play their parts well and make
making a good start in their se- it a success. The proceeds of
lection of teachers, and they will Saturday nights performance will
make every effort to secure the1 go towards paying for scenery.
best of educational talent for the They will give another drama in
the near future.
J. A. Smith came down from j Hartley is having a good sale
Oklahoma City Tuesday. on incubators.
G. E. Norris this week ordered Dr Roberts extracts teeth with
a fine dark-blue Vermont marble ! out pain or danger, and all opera-
monument of W. H. Brown to be j tions guaranteed to give perfect
placed at his daughter’s grave in satisfaction. Offhe opposite the
the Geary cemetery- ! postoffice.
Sadie Justice. 3197
Hallie Kirkhuff ...............3318
Zona Burgess 3628
Miss Richmond ...........................1048
Mane Brown ..._................... 1368
J. A. Chitwood returned Satur-
day from an extended trip to
points in Texas and all over east-
ern Oklahoma in the interest of
his broom factory. Mr. Chitwood
is a pusher, both for Geary and
the Geary broom works. He sold
150 dozen brooms while out.
Raines’ Dry Goods Co.
Read the advertisement of the
Raines’ Dry Goods Co , on the
last page of the Bulletin. They
are offering great bargains in
the Dry Goods line, with the
view of closing out a large por-
tion of their stock. These are
good goods, of the latest styles
and patterns, and the sale is bona
fide. See us if jou are in need
of anything in our line.
Rev. J. G McKnight returned
Tuesday from Custer City and
will preach at the Odd Fellow
next Sunday morning and even-
Guaranteed Ten Years
Dust and Germ Proof
The 10-year guarantee means you take no risk when you
buy a Sanitaire. Why then buy an unknown, unguaranteed
bed, when a Sanitaire costs no more—D better finished-bet-
ter constructed and more beautiful in design? The finish is
durable, hard as fiintG-impossible to chip off
Come into our store and let us show you how you have
ten years satisfaction to your credit when you buy a Sanitaire
You will have to be here on next
Saturday, April 15th, at 4 p. m.,
if you draw the lied. All parties
having coupons on lied must have
them in the box at the store before that time. Each dollar
that you invest in Sanitaire beds this week gives you one
chance on bed. ... ,
Remember that this is the last week of special prices and
terms allowed by the factory.
No Band This Year
At a meeting of the band boys
one night last week it was decid-
ed that Geary would have no |
band this year as they were shy j
a musician or two and there was |
no prospect of securing employ- \
ment for -the musicians needed j
We would like to have seen Geary j
with a good band this year and
had the regular Saturday evening!
concerts, but the boys say it is
impossible to do so unless the
citizens furnish employment for
the men needed.
Dyer Will Build
On Tuesday a deal was closed
by which C. F Dyer became the
owner of the Welborn property
in the southwest part of Geary.
This adjoins property which Mr.
Dyer recently purchased at sher-
iff’s sale and gives him two
houses and five lots. He will re-
move the houses and build a new
modern, up-to-date home which
will be a credit to the city. C-
F. is a man who does things and
does them right.
DRY GOODS STORE
The store that has served you well in the past and is in a position to serve
you better in the fntnre.
We know that in quality and variety of stock this store is unequaled. si
We have served hundreds of you in the past and we hope to do so In the
many years to come.
Geary is our permanent home and we are as interested in Its success as
you are. What the years to come will bring forth time alone can tell. But
this store means always to stay in the vanguard of progress.
Next Sunday is Easter and we invite you
all in this week to inspect our line
of Easter Novelties, Etc
New Engine for the
A new Solar engine has been
purchased foa the pump station
and is now on the road to Geary.
When it arrives and is installed
there will be no possible chance
for the city to be out of water
supply on account of not having
1 power with which to pump. It
is estimated that the Solar oil-
burner will save the city 40 per
(cent on the cost of fuel-
Shelby Grocery Co.
A great many people visited
Shelby’s grocery last Saturday in
the new quarters in the Cuff
building Everybody was treated
to a fine lunch consisting of cof-
j fee, crackers and fruit which
was enjoyed by all-
The Shelby Grocery Company
have a large commodious room,
a large stock of nice, clean, fresh
goeds and will treat you right.
Hair Rats......................... 10c
Hair Puffs .......... $1-00
Hair Tin Bows------------ 25C
Dutch Collars.________________25c to 50c
Jabots, Collars. Bows, Ties, Etc. You will
want one or two or several of these stylish
conceits for Easter and summer
Ladies’ Handkerchiefs..........lC to 25C
Ask to see our new assortment.
Suade patterns and the fancy leathers
from_________ ___________50c to $1.50
Ladies’ Oxfords from_____ $2.50 to $3.50
They fit arch
Muslin Underskirts_____$1.00 and $1.25
Muslin Gowns..............50c to $1 50
Muslin Drawers..............„25c to 75c
Ladies’ Vests... ............-IOC to 25c
Ladies’ Union Suits_________50c to $1.00
These are neither Auction nor Sale Prices
We sell for cash only and our prices are the lowest and values the best
you ever saw for the money.
Our motto has been and always will be-“Satisfaction guaranteed or your
money refunded.” Upon this system we solicit your patronage and assure
you courteous treatment and good merchandise.
Garvey Bros. Dry Goods Store
One Price Spot Cash Successors to J. J. Cuff GEARY, OKLA
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Roff, Charles H. The Geary Bulletin. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 13, 1911, newspaper, April 13, 1911; Geary, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1075480/m1/1/: accessed October 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.