The Geary Bulletin. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 4, 1911 Page: 3 of 10
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MAKES HOME BAKING EASY
and the food Is finer,
more tasty, cleanly
and wholesome than the ready-
made found at the shop cr grocery.
Royal Cook Bonk—BOO Rooalptm—Fraa•
Bond Hamm and Addrcam.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
\ There seemed to be tn evacua-
tion of the ladies of the city last
Friday when the east bound train
pulled out in theaternoon. Mrs.
Is real I^aw, Mrs. Jehn B. Self,
Miss Berma Bland and Miss Josie
Pleasant all left on that train
They go to Des Moines, Iowa
wheie they will separate, Mrs.
Self going to Tama, Iowa, where
she will spend the summer with
her parents. Mrs. Law will
spend a few weeks with friend.-'
at St. Louis and other points in
Michigan. Misses Bland and
Pleasant will spend the vacation
in Des Moines.
To Horse Breeders
My stallion, Selim, has been
out of service fur the past three
weeks on account of an accident,
but is now again in g«-od condi-
tion, and I will make a reduced
price for the remainder of the
season of £8.00 to iustire colt to
>tand and suck At Turner’s
-15-2t D H. M< Donald.
To whom it may concern: This
is to certfy that my dauyhtei
Austa having left home 1 will
not he responsible for any debt
incurred by her.
C. F. DYER
Wit, pr**ti:*«? in all court.
J. PROCTOR WISHARD
Practice m all State and rederal
E. E. MILLER. D. D. S.
Crown and Bridge Work
Office over American State Bank
CHARY, OK LA_
Abstracts to any tracts of land in
Blaine county furnished on
THE NEW SRBCEBYl
SQUIRES & SHAWVER J
Keeps Constantly on hand a large, well assorted
fresh stock of Staple and Fancy
Highest market price paid for Butter and Eggs.
PHONE NO. 86.
IS IN A MURRY $
O’Connor, the feed man, has
J. E. Young was in Oklahoma
City a few days last week
Prof. Homer Hill spent Sunday
at his former home in Choctaw.
All kinds of feed and garden
seeds—O’Connor the feed man.
A party of young folks held a
picnic at Coyote bend last Sun-
L. M Harthy made a business
trip to Oklahoma City last Fri-
Dr Roberts extracts teeth with-
out pain or danger, and all opera-
tions guaranteed to give perfect
satisfaction. Office opposite the
Attorneys Woolman and Baker
of Watonga, passed through our
city Thursday evening on their
way home They had been at-
tending court at Arapaho.
Mrs. L H. Hampton came froni
Watonga to spend a few days
with her parents Mr and Mrs.
James Self. Mr. Hampton
joined her here over Sunday.
Herb Hackney and Bob Harris,
former residents of Geary were
in town Friday.
Miss Opal Milbourne, left last
Saturday for Mayfield, Ky, to
spend her summer vacation.
Mrs. F. W. Pinney and Mrs.
T. J. Ballew went to Wator.ga
Tuesday to visit Mrs. E W.
Mrs Cora Mendenhall left
Tuesday morning for a shori
visit at Erick. Avery left on
Monday afternoon for Pleasant
Hill, Mo, where he will remain
and later be joined by his mother.
May and Flay Ham bay, daught-
er and son of S A. Hambay, left
Monday for Indiana, where the>
will make their home for fhe
present Sam says it is pretty
lonesome around his place anc
don’t know whether he will stay
Call at Hartley's store and put
in sealed bids on Range Stove,
going to give you one Range
Stove at your ow n price.
Geo. S. Peckham lest for Clay
Center, Kansas, last Friday in
response to a telegram announ-
cing the dangerous illness of his
I have a cash buyer for two lots in
block 13 of Geary. Anyone owning
lots from 1 to 10 can find cash buyer
for a pair of them by consulting with
me. T. J. BAILSW.
Wes Crothers was in town one
day last week acting rather
strange, but we could not fine
out what was the matter with
him then, but we have learnec
that a baby boy arrived at I s
home and took possession. WYs
is improving and will probably
be all right soon.
We have moved our yard to
our new place on Broadway
The new county election board
is composed of good men, ami
Geary has a front seat among
them D. P. Hogan has been
chosen as chairman of the board
! and T. W. Mosdy secretary,
j W. C. Broady the Republican
member, lives at O’Keene and
was the candidate for commis-
sioner of the second district.
Mrs. W. S. Ames.
Registered Hereford Bulls
For Sale -
I have several registered Here-
’ord hulls, ready fur service for
sale. Call and see them, seven
miles north and one mile east ol
Geary. Lew W. Brannon.
Baled Hay for Sale
I have for sale a carload of
first-class prairie hay, baled. Call
on or address.
Lew W. Brannon,
Heinz bulk dill pickles and
sour kraut at Pinney’s,
Dr. Cox’s Painless Blister,
price 50c, Guaranteed to blister
without pain or money refunded,
or sale by all druggists.
For Sale—100 acres 8 miles
northwest of Geary: three miles
southwest of Greenfield.
E J. Warner, Watonga.
L. W Waller received a fine
17-jevveled watch last week as a
birthday present from his son in
Cali ornia. He was very proud
of it. ___
Mrs. W. L. Bristow, Mrs. C
A Leach and Mrs Chas. H. Roff
visited the family of County
TrtasuurTilorrison, at Watonga
The one year old son of W’il
Carter, of the North Canadian
neighborhood died last week o
a complication of whooping cough
and brain lever.
All Druggists sell Dr. Cox’s
Barbed Wire Liniment, 25c, 50c,
and $1.01) bottles. Guaranteed
to heal without leaving a blemish
or money refunded.
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.
j First-class Laundry Basket,
j First class work guaranteen
Come and see us north side
GILLILAND fi WEAVER
He believes in eating nothing but
the best and freshest of Steaks,
Roasts, Sausage, Ham, Bacon,
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 I
DAVIS & PADEN, Props J
We do only first-class work and make a specialty of
all kinds of Sidewalks, Cisterns and Caves,
| The best place in the city for a
♦ a good, clean shave is at the f
j Barber j
! ELECTRTIC MASSAGE ♦
J First door south of Bank of f
| Commerce— D. TROXEL $
THE STAR LIVERY BARN
GILMORE & BANKS, Props.
Good teams and rigs
Want your patronage
Drivers who know the country well
Cigars and Tobacco
J. A. BRANN
Many canvas shows visit the
little cities during the show seas-
on but J. H. Boyer, who present-
ed the familiar Jesse James here
Tuesday evening, was so f ir in
th^ lead of the average tent show
that the management deserves a
class to themselves. Fully 500
people witnessed the perform-
ance. Rosedale (Ind) Tribune.
At Geary, Friday, May 5th
I Farm loans. Are you thinking
of making one, or do you want1
to renew? We represent the best
[farm loan company doing tjus-j
ir.ess in Oklahoma. We want to
convince you of it. Listen! In-
terest low, payments liberal,
no “red tape” or delay, money j
paid when title is clear, pay your
interest at our office or get ex-
tention at time here— D.P-Hogan
J. E. Shanafelt, editor of the -
Pythian Times at Oklahoma City,
passed through Geary Saturday-
on his way to Clinton to attenc
the K. P. grand lodge.
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Huff & McIntyre’s
New Pool Hall
I Is one of the nicest places In Geary to
t Spend a pleasant hour at pool or biilards
% Good Tables
Cigars and Tobacco
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| South Side West Main Street |
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Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Siever en-
tertained on last Friday evening
in honor of Miss L.vda (’. VYoh
ford who will soon leave for herl
home in Orangeville 111. An ex-
cellent musical program was
rendered and light refreshments
were served. A delightful even-
ing was spent and the guests de-
parted at a late hour declaring it
was good to be there Those
present were Mr. and Mrs. W.
W. Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. J. R
Hankla, Mr. and Mrs. G A.
Lehman, Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Loganbill and children. Mr. and
Mrs. J. H Base and children,
Misses Effie and Martha Logan-
bill, Ruth Ringelman Zelma Dun-
can, Grace McBride and Messrs
Aldus Loganbill and Ben Duncan
Tin* followinir iVrrluTon stallions will nmk
thi' si ii*oii tin* Turner (toil l»rn. Kaat Mali
stn-i-t, (ii arj. < iklalimiiH :
was importe<l from Kmiii* by MrLamifliHn Bros,
of Columbus. Ohio. Man'll 21.1'"1'’- H*' » <-,l»
liliK'k. wt'iirlis l*i7'* poiouls. a eood low down
draft hor-o and growl Ln** d* r.’
GRAY BOY 53,201
is a Kray, was fnaknl Jiiik* 1**, las, lin'd by I! it
llros.. of Osc***ola. Iowa.
Is,, l.1,i< k stallion fiubsl June 2. I1.*1*, hrnd ami
ow ms! b> Hart Ifros.. ofthafola, Iowa.
TKKM'—Kor I liarloii |1 lor (.raj Hoy 112. 1 .
for Oliarif'TfLO: to Iimhiiy eolttoMHinl ami mat
Sorvitn* Irr Is i'oim's dun at ont'f if owner parts
with man- or remavw from inanity S'v bill- lor
R. M. CRITCHFIELD.
IVtcKinseys Barber Shop
Is the place to go when
you need a hair cut or a
. _2i===__========i^^_ nice clean shave. Every-
thing up-to-date and none but first-class barbers employed.
J. T. McKINSEY. in Mclntire & Huff’s Pool Hall
LET US HAUL IT
THAT’S OUR BUSINESS
THe Bell Transfer Co
NORRIS & ROBERTS
Succeed wh*n everything else fu ’%
Ifn nervous prostration and ferrate
weaknesses they are the hupr 'n.v
remedy, as thouaar. a have testified.
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND
STOMACH TROUBLE |
it Is the best medicine ever sold I
-V— -» druggist’s roiin*-r J
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 oast Blaino County Bank
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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/m1/3/: accessed March 26, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.