The Geary Bulletin. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 13, 1911 Page: 5 of 10
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Patronize your home indus-
tries and buy your bread,
pies, cakes and everything in
bakery line at
We employ a first-class baker
and can furnish the best of
everything in our line V\ e
make a specialty of all kinds
of cakes for parties, etc.
Telephone No. 75
Saved His Mother’s Life.
“Four doctors had given n.e
up,” writes Mrs. l^aura Gaines,
of Avoca, La., “and my children
and all inv friends were looking
for me to die, when my son in-
sisted that I use Electric Bitters.
I did so and they have done me
a world of good I will always
praise them.’’ Electric Bitters
is a priceless blessing to women
troubled with fainting and dizzy
spells, backache, headache, weak-
ness, debility, constipation or
kidney disorders. Use them and
gain new health, strength and
vigor. They're guaranteed to
satisfy or money refunded. Only
50c at Rogers’ Drug store.
Hartley is having a good sale
Roster of Officers
Numerous req e-ts have come
to us from teachers and pupils in
the coui t /. who have more or le?s
to do with examinations in which |
questions covering ground occur,
to give the names of the cabinet
' and state officers. Following is
the list as it stands at the present
President—William H Taft.
Vice president - James S. Sher-
Secretary of state—Philander C
Secretary of the treasury —
Secretary of war—Jacob M.
Attorney gerneral—George W.
Postmaster general-Frank H.
Secretary of the navy —George
von L. Meyer.
Secretary of the interior—Wal-
ter L. Fisher.
Secretary of agriculture- Jas.
Secretary of commerce and
labor - Charles Nagel.
These are in the order of their
succession to the presidency in
case both president and vice pres-
ident have to be succeeded.
Supreme court Edward D
White, chief justice; the other
members are J. M. Harlan, Jos-
eph McKenna, OliverW. Holmes,
Williams R Day, Horace H. Lur-
ton, Charles E. Hughes, Willis
VanDevariter, Joseph R. Lamar
I have a good 80 acre farm for sale
or trade. Has farm loan of $700.00.
Will trade equity for cattle horses, or
good short tfme notes if well secured
A good one. Better look at it.
T. J. BALLEW.
J. D. Johnston left Sunday on
his trip to Texas.
Miss Myrtle Tonkinson spent
Sunday in Geary.
Eugene Smith came down fre m
Seed potatoes, the right kind
at O’Connor’s the feed man.
Everett Smith has returned
from a visit to Oklahoma City-
All kinds of feed and garden
seeds—O’Connor the feed man.
Mrs. T. J. Ballew left Satur-
day for a week’s visit with her
sister in Enid.
Hartley has a few of the best
listers made. He will sell them
at a reduced price-
A F- Weber was in Geary
Saturday and Sunday on his re-
gular monthly trip.
Home rendered lard turned
into money. That is what Den-
nis is doing at 14c per pound.
Cicero T. Christison, an at-
torney of Okalahoma City and
administrator of the Hatje estate,
was in Geary Saturday on busi-
ness connected with the estate.
T. L. MYERS
— DEALER IN—
OF ALL KINDS
I have opened up a feed store in
the Butler building one door north
of the Globe hotel where I wish
to meet all my friends Your pa-
tronage solicited. Free delivery.
I Absolutely Pure I
C. F. DYER
Will in nil route#
tieary - Oklahoma
J. PROCTOR WISHARD
Practice in all State and Federal
E. E. MILLER. D. D. S.
Crown and Bridge Work
Office over American State Bank
GEARY. OK LA
mads from Royal Grape
Cream of Tartar
No Alum, No Llnto Phosphato
THE NEW BBOCEBY
= ROSCOE SQUIRES, Prop.
Keeps Constantly on hand a large, well assorted
fresh stock of Staple and Fancy
Highest market price paid for Butter and Eggs,
j PHONE NO. 80. j
J A Troxell, accompanied by
iis daughter, Miss Mabel, left
Sunday for a months visit to
their former home at Gallatin,
Mrs. E. Bush and family of Ok-
ahoma City has been visiting at
the homes of the Bush boys north-
east of Geary for several days and
returned to her home last Friday
F. M. Carpenter and family
arrived with their car of goods
from Nebraska, and will occupy
their farm one mile east of the
Cemetery Mr. Carpenter has
owned this farm for the past
As a household remedy for
cuts, burns, bruises, piles, pain
and soreness of all kinds, Dr.
Cox’s Barbed Wire Liniment, 25t
size has no equal. If not satis-
factory, money refunded. For|
sale by all druggists.
J. F. Wood, Greenfield’s hust*J
ling real estate man and booster,
made a trip to Waurika last Thu-
rsday, and purchased several
Greenfield lots from parties
there Mr. Wood is very enthusi-
astic over future prospects of his
town, and he is one who never ]
fails to say a good word for it.
Abstracts to any tracts of land in
Blaine county furnished on
We have moved our yard to
our new place on Broadway
IS IN A HURRY
He believes in eating nothing but Y
the best and freshest of Steaks, v
Roasts, Sausage, Ham, Bacon, 4*
Pork Chops, Oysters, Lard, Etc. ^
If you will just notice, this fellow is fat and healthy and
the reason he enjoys life he trades at
LITTLE MEAT MARKET $
DAVIS & PADEN, Props J
«$»<$» $H$m|i t|l l|l ill l|» «3» »I» »t»
We have everything usually
kept in an up-to-date yard
Charley and Ed’s Place
We are now nicely located in
Nelson & Preston’s pool hall
Come in and see us.
First-class Laundry Basket.
First class work guaranteen
Come and *ee us north side
GILLILAND 6 WEAVER
LEACH a BARRETT
Having purchased the interest of
Carrick and Huff in blacksmith
business, we have moved our shop
into the building opposite the S.
& S. lumber office where I am
repared to do all kinds of en-
eral blacksmithing. First-class
work guaranteed. Horse-shoeine
a specialty. Your patronage so-
Opposite the S. & S. Lumber Office, Geary, Okla
All kinds Books
Cigars and Tobacco
J. A. BRANN
Kicked by a Mad Horse
Samuel Birch, of Beetown,
Wis., had a most narrow escape
from loosing his leg, as no doctor
could heal the frightful sore that
developed, but at last Bucklen’s
Arnica Salve cured it completely.
It’s the greatest healer of ulsers,
burns, boils, eczema, scalds, cuts,
corns, cold-sores, bruises and
piles on earth. Try it. 25c at
Rogers’ Drug store.
Heinz bulk dill pickels and
sour kraut at Pinney’s.
Leonard Sutherland, who is
employed on the Rock Island,
sp3nt Sunday with his parents in
Hartley is still selling a num-
ber of the Myers and Red Jacket
pump Monitor and Star Wind-
Eugene Smith, manager of the
Davidson-Case lumber yard at
Greenfield, made a visit to Geary
Hartley has a number of fine
Range Stoves to sell at a low
price. See Hartley for anything
in the stove line.
Dr. Cox’s Painless Blister,
price 50c. Guaranteed to blister
without pain or money refunded,
for sale by all druggists.
Mr and Mrs Elmer Inman,
who have been visiting hersister,
Mrs. Earl Packer, have returned
to their home at Shawnee.
The Ladies’ Aid Society of the
Christian church were entertain-
ed jointly last Friday afternoon
by the Mesdames Bristow and
Shawver and it is unnecessary to
say that it was done right. A
good crowd was present and en
joyed a pleaasant afternoon and
a fine lunch, the proceeds
taken in was over #12-00. The
ladies will be entertained next
Friday by Mesdames Colby and
A. W. Johnson at the home Mrs.
i The best place in the city for «
,♦ a good, clean shave is at the |
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| Mecca j
J Barber |
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• ELECTRTIC MASSAGE T
J First door south of Bank of 1
I Commerce— D. TROXEL (
♦ _ _ _ _♦
THE STAR LIVERY BARN
GILMORE ft BANKS, Props.
Good teams and rigs S\Y% A 11 ^
Want your patronage XT HUHv 11/
Drivers who know the country well
Huff & McIntyre’s *
Never out of work | Percheron Stallions
The busiest little things ever
made are Dr. King’s New Life
Pills. Every pill is a sugar-coated
globule of health, that changes
weakness into strength, languor
into energy, brain fog into mental
power; curing constipation, head-
ache. chills, dyspepsia, malaria.
Only 25c at Rogers’ drug store.
All Druggists sell Dr. Cox’s
Barbed Wire Liniment. 25c, 50c,
and $1,00 bottles. Guaranteed
to heal without leaving a blemish
or money refunded.
Don’t throw away or set that
good rig aside when you can get
it painted like a new one for a
few dollars. I have a fine carri-
age painter who will assist me
this spring. Prices reasonable.
F. M. MUSSER
WV your eyes are bad and
Id you want high - grade
.1* work I can fit you with
glasses in any form,
no matter how bad'you eyes may
be I can correct them with prop
erly ground glasses. I can give
you good references from persons
whom I have fitted glasses. Call
and get my prices. We handle a
complete line of Jewelry, Clocks
and Watches. All kinds of jew-
elry repairing West of postoffice
WRIGfiT & WIATT
Is one of the nicest places In Geary to
Spend a pleasant hour at pool or billards
K Good Tables
Cigars and Tobacco
Tho following Pi'wImtoii Malllon* will miik.
tin* mismiii mi til** Tumor Ill'll luini, l4i>t Muiu
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w»* Import i d from Kraiuv li> Mi l-imglilln Urn-
of t ‘nlutnliuii, Ohio. Mnri'h 21, I'.Oi. II*• i* ** '' *
Mm I,. weigh* 1W7.T pound*. » low down
ilrnft ImriM- mill good lin'. 'l. r “
GRAY BOY 53,201
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llriw., of Owi'oln, Iowa.
l*n lilsrk Klslllm, fbsliil Jum* '2. I*.**4. I'fod mid
iiw in < 1 ti> Hurt link... of rtwi-ola. low*
TT KMs—For Cliarloii *!'•; for <lr*.v Bo>
fori linrgiT«l»: to Inmin-«-olt to »land mnl tint
Servin' fi*** luttst*"1 due *t otiri* if owner twrt-
w it It in* re or remote* from county. Sin- bill, for
further particular*. _
R. M. CRITCHFIELD.
Succeed wh-n everything else la.'a J
i'n nervous prostration and fetriie
weaknesses they are the aupr’n.t)
remedy, as thonaanda have tePtified.
i it b Iho Vest m-dkine r>r-r sold
* ' •tf’f'ist'S rorn'e*
| SoutH Side West Main Street |
■e n CL«« Is the place to go when
McKinsevs Barber chop you need a hair cut or a
___l--—L nice clean shave. Every-
Lhing up-to-date and none but first-class barbers employed.
J. T. McKINSEY, in Mclntire & Huff’s Pool Hall
W. T. WHALEN
The Practical Auctioneer
Have cried sales in all parts of Oklahoma
General satisfaction guaranteed
Leave orders at Bulletin office, Geary, Okla
Cozy Cafe and BaKery
I am again in charge of the Cozy Cafe and Bakery-We serve
first-class meals at all times Try us once when in Watonga
ED LEWIS, Prop. First door sast Blains County Bank
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