Geary Bulletin. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 7, 1903 Page: 4 of 16
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PUBLISHED JCVKHY THUKSDAY.
BY BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.
A. C. STACKHOUSE, EDITOR.
THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1008.
The receutrAins have put the grow-
ing crops In fine condition.
The city council held a very Inter-1
eating session Monday night, and
made considerable progress on the1
waterworks question. Quite acrowd I
or oittaens were present at the meet-1
The city council has ordered some I
nice furniture for the council chamb-
ers. It is something that has long
been needed, as heretofoe they have
been accustomed to meeting any-1
where and .using dry goods boxes for
of fiumdai Nature
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Tne great question of procuring
water for Geary has been, at last very I
satisfactory settled, as abundance |
of thejpurest water has been located
about three miles north of town,
from which place the city will get
the supply for the water works.
The merchants of Kansas City have
made arrangements to visit Okla-
homa on a special train which will be
“ QeaO\ Wednesday, May 20th.
They will have their own bands and
speakers, and will expect to meet as
many people in this vicinity as possi-
Rumor comes from Judson of
considerable excitement, round about
there. And all this excitement was
caused by a tender pair of kidlets
wanting to become one and the same.
At this date all is serene as the heir
of the episode has vamoosed and the
young lady is repenting in solatary
conflnment and sack cloth and ashes.
It do beat all how the old folks will
ceeds the more votes McGuire
gains, As the democrats of Okla-
*ntL Indian territory are re-
ported to have raised $16,000 for the
C°rii0ni ?f its contest, the repub-
?nm^^OUk!rrespond to secretary of
^tef’ ^frn Whiring’s request
“"funds for tiiesame purpose.
McGuire’s victory is a victory for
Party-every man who is
interested in county or city republi-
cans success—and he should not be
made to bear the whole burden.
lent a^vo te° su fflc-
if sociaBsm !1Strat.e1t!mt the Question
oi socialism is making rapid stridt s
toward gaining a foothold in our nk
oom?outami l Kver-V,,,udy ^vitedto
I 6111'1 hear what this gentle-
man lias to say on this subject.
When UrtMda Blacult were lint introduced. , cowervatfve Mid:
That sounded like good reasoning. But Act upsets theory.
„ Z°tkm?Verywhere have been *reit consumers oi UlModa -_____
draymen, on .heir high bos LTSSIf. m““
wives have eaten them, and their children have eauSTSl “
Another conservative took another view:
but y0:2T2 “S'o Z Ltfte » ^ "to *" 10 *
.00 cheap. Hve ceT* a^^J£'
wealthy are concerned. The price should be higher-they are Jorth
That, too, sounded reasonable, but it also turned out to be only theory
,'he *r'a,es' ol the city and of the country say Un~to
The worker eatsUnwetla Biscuit because ol their goodnea.
The wealthy eat them because ol their delicacy.
. , .The whole world eats them because they represent the hi.l..,t Vai„, ..
a food product—pure, wholesome, good.
The appetite of human nature always relishes
a good change of cHrf-Uneeda Milk Biscuit
Is a change that never disappoints.
national biscuit company
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Geary Butty 6 Implement Go.
a mb ■ i . ______
L. M. HARTLEY, MANAGER.
Finest assortment of rings in the
territory at L.' A. Holmes & Co.
We always have the best Groceries
for reasonalbe prices.—Geo. S. Peck
Watches, clocks and jewelry in
large assortment at L. A. Holmes &
Horace Truman, our jolly telephone
man, attended the big circus in El
Reno Tuesday. Horace does not
particularly like to see the show but
he likes to go and see the other peo-
ple enjoy the fun.
Ring up phone No. 44 and have
your meat delivered to any part of the
Anything in the jewelry line kept
in stock at L. A. Holmes & Co.
Notice—My Dental Parlors will he
closed, May 11-12-13, while I am ab-
sent attending Dental convention, at
E. E. Miller, D. D.
It will tell
You what the
ICE CREAM AND
If you want the best and
purest in the above line
w Teeter’s drug store.
We handle the best Ice
Cream in the territory, al-
cos. Give us a trial.
At Teeters Drug Store
p,™?8 Coffee for $1 at Hartley’s
Place. Other goods in proportionf
For Champion Binders, Mowers and Rakes, the ^ n F P DI Mr, H
Rex Buggies and Burkens Wagons, the J. I. Case I HcLRING HEADER AND BINDER.
Plows, Harrows, Corn and Cotton Planters, Listers, I ^~”
Etc. We sell Binding Twine cheaper than anybody. |
L. M. HARTLEY, Manager.
A Soaking Rain.
Xt rained nearly all of last night,
and the ground is wet good and plenty.
There was no wind or hail aeh*
The Dillon-Brownback Millinery i
Company, of Anadarko, Okla., will'
imvon .r,....... j. . ’
mity is looking fine, in fact con’d not' 1i"e.of flne, Patterns, street wear
possibly look better. , etc- »t is a pleasure to show you
„ „ our goods. J
May Tours to California. I---
Colonists (second class) rates to T-^ave y?u examined the Acme
California are in effect daily mi til lY"* !!nd ,Queen Binders. G C
June 15. Rate from Geary is *25 Hunan has them on exhibition. Call
May 3. also May 12 to 18. the round and look them over-
trip rate (first class) to Los Angeles 1 We will take the first family noun i
Chnl^FlafnCi8C0.WI 1 h’‘onl.v *45,00. cabinet size made with our new Im 8
unVt ?• /. i°f routes—via El Paso stantaneous Shutter for half priVi I
Colorado. For information. We solicit your patronage—Hamn I
call at nearest Rock Island Ticket ton & Tansev. ® ’ amp~ I
call at nearest Rock Island Ticket
Office, or write.-J. S. McNalley, G
P. A. Oklahoma City, O. T.
ton & Tansey.
Go to Mrs. Woodward’s for
C. E. MARVIN, Manager.
A combination push ma-
chine that can be changed in
a few minutes and with little
effort from header to binder
or header, is found in the
Deerlng Header and Binder,
it has twice the capacity of
an ordinary machine, and is
adapted to all kinds and con-
ditions of grain, and can de-
liver a bound bundle every
It is thoroughly equipped
with roller and ball beariDgs,
also provided with the reli-
able Deering Knotter, a very
strong adjustable reel, a din-
der attachment of immense
capacity, a modern butt ad-
juster with web of steel, and
a strong, durable, and capaci-
ous bundle carrier.
It cuts close to the roots or
leaves a 3o-in stubble as de-
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Stackhouse, Alfred C. Geary Bulletin. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 7, 1903, newspaper, May 7, 1903; Geary, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1075584/m1/4/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.