The Geary Bulletin. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 4, 1911 Page: 1 of 10

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ULLETIN
SOAP VALUE
Tlih wrapping on fifty per cant of
the toilet fcoapa aold cocta c* much aa
the i cap itself. True soap value is
not generally considered.
Why not pay for Soap
kitead of tho Wrapper?
REXALL TOILET SOAP is a
purely vegetable oil sdap made from
the finest material and contains abso-
lutely no free alkali to dry up ar.d
wither the skin. Its delicate perfume
is pleasing to persons of reTnement.
0 It gives you the pttr.ltaao money
la So»f. Put up in pi .l.i Liuo wrap-
ping paper. Three cakes in a box,
loc. per cake, three cakes for 25c._
t Harmony
Rose
^Glycerine
Soap
Commencement Exercises walla were lined with children’s |
Lut Thursday .veninfr- was worj‘ «»d •hoswd treat eu. and
fie occasion of thegradi n in*«- ™ 'he t»rt °< b®"> “*<*er
ercises of the Geary high school anM.pupl __
snd an immense crowd of the ^,!*s If*00 Hasbrook is the
relatives snd friends greeted arsde icscher. An excellent
those young people at the opera P"*™" »“ »»*•*<* The *-
house as they made their appear-1®°** loni W0re ^ne *nd there
nnce at the closing event of com- wer® a large number of visitors
non school life. The class wan both ot ,'achcr* “d
Is a full half pound cake of:
Pure Transparent Glycerine soap
Equal to any and superior in size
and quantity to most glycerine
soaps sold for a bigger price.
It works splendidly in hard water
and all who have used it recom-
mend it highly. If you wish to
get full value for your money in
a soap which will meet your
every expectation — Try* Har-
mony Rose Glycerine at 10c per
cake.
Sold with the Rexall Guarantee
Rogers’ Drug Store
THE REXALL STORE
♦♦♦•♦^♦••♦♦♦♦•»»e»e»eee»eN»»»**»»^eee»»ee»eeee»eeee»
May Festival
Ladies Aid Society of the
Christian church will give a fes-
tival on May 13, that will be very
attractive and entertaining. The
Queen of the Festival is being
voted on at several' places in
town and the little girl between
the a^es of 8 and 14 receiving
the highest number o votes will
be the choice The most interest-
ing feature to both children and
parents will be the flower parade
It has been widely advertised
and prizes have been offered as
follows:
The most artistically decorat-
ed girl’s play vehicle. The most
artistically decorated boy’s play
vehicle. The most originally
decorated vechicle boy or girl.
The entries are limited to toy
vehicles, doll carriage, velociped-
es, hand-cars, fire wagon, coast-
ers, go-carts, etc., belonging to
children no older than 12 years
This is something new and
novel in the way of entertain-
ment and promises to be a suc-
cess in every way-
The Parade will form on the
street and march to the Opera
House where there will be booths
and baby animal shows and other
kinds of aihusements too numer-
ous to mention. In the evening
there will bean entertainment in
the Opera bouse. May Pole drill
by small children, Seven times
seven play quartettes and amuse-
ments that will do you good to
be there. Come everybody. The
admission for the eveningenter-
tainment will be only 15 cents.
Remember the date, on Saturday
May 13.
Mrs. L. E. Troxel and little
daughter are visiting her parents
at Randallet. They will probab-
ly remain for a month.
Little Margie Hall the 3 year
old daughter of Mr. and Mr?. W.
H. Hall was the victim of a se-
vere accident last Friday. While
her sister Beulah was making
some candy and sat the dish
away to cool Margie tipped it
over on herself, badly burning
her hand and arm. It was very
painful but is improving.
PHONE NO. 36
.THE.
PHONE NO. 36
Welcome Grocery
The place where you can buy the most goods for
the least money. We hare on hand a large and
complete stock of fresh and new staple and fancy
GROCERIES
Which we are selling at right prices. Give ns a
call when you need anything In the grocery line
Remember this is the place where you can buy the
most goods for the last money. Give us a trial.
J. A. BARBIER
very small this year composed
only of Miss Ruth Douglass and
Orlando Ringelman. The ar-
rangement for the entertainment
were perfect and everything
proceeded nicely
Invocation by Rev. McKnight
of theM. E. church was follow-
ed by a presentation of the mem-
bers oPthe class by Prof. Hill,
next came a quartet by Misses
Ruth, Marie, Elda and Elma
Ringelman in their usual pleas-
ing manner which delighted the
audience. These young ladies
have rare musical ability and
their many friends in Geary
never tire of their sweet voices
Rev. Krehbiel then stepped
fo reward aAd in his usual frank
but pleasing manner and in a
few appropriate words presented
the diplomas and gave the
graduates some good advice and
wiehes which we are all sure
they will heed.
Chancellor Geo. H. Bradford
of Epworth University of Okla-
homa City, was then introduced
by Prof. Hill and he held the au-
dience spellbound for an hour.
The greatest interest was mani-
fested by the audience both old
and young. His theme was,
"The student, the teacher and
the parent,” and he gave them
some valuable instructions and
advise from all points of view.
He made an address that was
highly appreciated and enjoyed
by all i resent. The exercises
closed a very successful term of
school. Much credit is due to
Prof. Homer Hill and an able
corps of teachers with the hearty
co-operation of the school board
who spent neither time, pains
nor expense for the benefit of
the school.
During the evening the au-
dience was entertained by violin
music by Chas F. Dyer. Mr.
Dyer handles this instrument
with great ability and this part
of the evening’s program was
greatly enjoyed-
Rev. J. S. Krehbiel member of
the board frtm the First ward,
has been a zealous worker along
educational lines, never fails to
attend a board meeting and is en-
titled. to a great deal of credit
for the interest he has manifest-
ed, as well as the other members
of the board.
GRADES
Miss Dora Blanton has taught
the first grade during the past
term and made herself very
popular with both pupils and pat-
rons. Exercises were held in her
room Thursday afternoon and
were enjoyed by all present.
Miss Georgia Shelby, not-with
standing this was her first school
gave general satisfaction as a
teacher. At the closing exercis-
es an excellent program was
rendered. The room was hand-
somely decorated with flowers
and also with pupils’ irt work
|There were about fifty visitors
present, each 'of whom was
presented with a carnation by
the pupils as a souvenir of the
occasion-
Miss Mamie Douglass has
taught a very successful term in
the third grade and the closing
exercises were very interesting
and entertaining. The walls
were neatly decorated and a fine
program rendered.
pupils.
Miss Stella Nichols has closed
her first year of experience as s
teacher snd has "made good.’
Her many friends in Geary are
proud of her efforts snd wish bar
wall in her future efforts.
Seventh grads—Mrs. Florence
Myers teacher has made rapid
progress during the past year-
There were ninteen graduates
from the eighth grade, which
slope speaks well for the ability
of the teachers, Mrs. Gladys
Goode and Dora Appleton.
Catholic School
The members of the Catholic
church of Geary have purchased
a half block of ground on South
Broadway and are now at work
with a determinated effort to
build a school building on the
lots, which will also be used for
a church for the present- The
structure will be of brick and
will cost in the neighborhood of
$5,000, most of which has al-
ready been pledged. The Cath-
olic people are very liberal in
their donations for the church.
Father Schaffer has bean here
working on the proposition this
wefek. The building will be an
ernament to that part of town.
KEEP YOUR EYE
ON THIS SPACE
Every Saturday we will have a special dtecoel
sale in some department for Jnat that day oily.
10 per cent off on Shoes
Saturday, May 6th
C. E. BRADLEY
GEART, OKLAHOMA
Next Tears Teachers.
The school board held a meet-
ing Tuesday of this week and
chose the following teachers for
Change of Flana.
H. A. Patrick, of Nebraska,
came to Geary last fall and pur-
chased the northwest quarter of
the school section adjoining town
on the north- One day last week
he returned to Geary with the
intention of putting up buildings
and removing his family here,
but before he got started A. H-
Combs came in from western
Tennessee and bought the lease
of Mi. Patriek at an advanced
price. Mr. Patrick is well pleas*
ed with this section. He and
Mr. Combs left on the same
train Thursday for their respec-
tive homes. Mr. Combs will re-
turn during the coming week
with hie family and household
tb* ensuing year: First rada. effects,.*?* ei^ct buildings and
Eighth Grade ExuniutkML
Examination for the eighth
grade graduates will be held May
18 and 19, in Geary. Greenfield
Canton, Longdale, O'Keene.
Hitchcock. Eagle City aad Wa*
tonga.
Applicants may carry all gradaa
of 85 percent and abort from
previous examinations. Bo-
member the Keith Scholarship
and do your bast. ^
Examination for eoMsi ap-
plicants will be held at Watenga
only.
Daisy M. Piatt.
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The CMy I WlUrftfNI
Tht ok) city adk
turned the affairs «f the d
Miss Hill; second grade, Hath
erine Rose; third, Georgia Shel-
by; fourth. Miss Bogart; fifth,
Miss Opal Milburn; sixth, Miss
Cora Peek.
In all probability we will have
a nine months term of school
next year.
otherwise improve
quired land, while
will remain in Nebraska for a
time before returning.
his newly ae-
JMr. Patrick
day night.
E. A. Justice accompanied W.
S. Ames to the asylum at Nonnan
last week-
routine business council
ed until the third Monday
ing of the month.
Rev- McKnight will
the Odd Fellows hall Sunday.
r
ONE AND TWO-ROW
j LISTER CULTIVATORS j
/ ——
The Emerson and New John Deere are as
good as any and better than many; also
John Deere, Emerson and Oliver Shovel
Cultivators. Let us show you the New
John Deere Alfalfa Cultivator and the
Emerson Alfalfa Renovater. See them.
C. L. COLBY_CO,
GEARY, OKLAHOMA

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Roff, Charles H. The Geary Bulletin. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 4, 1911, newspaper, May 4, 1911; Geary, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1076068/m1/1/ocr/: accessed April 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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