Geary Bulletin. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 3, 1902 Page: 1 of 16
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\TISIT our store on the 4th and watch this space
V next week as we are going to make some special
reductiohs in several lines of goods. It will surely in-
terest all economical buyers.—GEARY CASH STORE,
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Ringelman & Ruth, Proprietors, Geary, Okla.
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FIRE AT WATONQA.
Watonga was visited by a disasters
dre Tuesday night, in which abont
six business houses were destroyed.
The lire started in Jack Hahn's
saloon on the corner and destroyed
all the buildings east in the block ex-
cept two. What wind there was at
the time was blowing fiom the south-
west and it is a great wonder that
the whole business section of the
town was not destroyed. The citizens
all turned out and formed a bucket
brigade to keep the fire from crossing
the street, and by hard work suc-
ceeded in doing so.
The origin of the fire is unknown
but is supposed to have been set by
J. M. Grifficeand wife, of Watonga,
passed through Geary Tuesday on
their way to Edmond, ;where they, spection of the National Guards this
will make their future home.
The board of county commissioners
meet in regular session July 7th.
John Huff and Wife who hare been
at Elk City hay* ’'returned to Geary.
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8. M. Jackson, dbr music dealer,
was transacting business In Watonga
Seymour Foose is on a tour of in-
Geary has a tame badger that is
Thos. Riley is behind the bar at
Gillespie’s at present.
C. W. Rucktflan, of Watonga, was
in Geary Tuesday evening.
J. B. Cline and wife *of Caddo Co.,
passed through Geary Tuesday on
their way to their old home in Kan-
J, K. Lee has gone to Geuda
The C. R. I. Sc. P. bridge crew and
the pile driver have gone to Lawton
County Treasurer Trout is perspir-
ing freely this week binding his oat
crop the good old way.
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We offer some extra Inducements to the buyer. We.
have a full stock and will continue to cut the stock
down by reducing the price until we have room for our
Fall Stock now coming in.
There is a time When a man feels like cutting things* Well, this is our time. We are going to cut puf stock
down this month and are going to make prices so as to reduce our stock.
^ We have some elegant things in remnants of Lawns, Batiests,* Organdies, Dimities, and in fact all of our summer
**goods. These are not short lengths entirely, but are the remants of stock. Come in and examine them and you will be
repaid for your visit.
This department is complete and we are add! ng
new shoe customers every day.
. J*111 8ive y°u 8ome genuine 4th of July bargains
in this department.
Our stock of shoes must be reduced to make room for
our fall and winter stock which has begun to come in.
Step in and fit out the family from the baby to the old
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We handle the Elgin and Noxall Bhlrts, the two *
best makes on the market. We guarantee the fit of
every garment in this department, if it is not
money back for the asking.
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Calicos 5c pCl* The best grades and all standard prints
TrunKs, Grips, |
and everything you need in the way of traveling hags.
Come to us for a complete assortment of these goods.
We’ve purchased when cotton was cheap consequently
we can sell cheaper than the man that buys in small
quantities. Buy now and get ready for your fall sewing.
Now, we are loaded for you in this- department too.
Nothing you want but what you can get here. A new line
of Ties and Underwear for men. Also a big line of Gloves.
Take a look at this department when you come in.
Laces and All-Overs. We can fix you out complete. It is
no exaggeration to say we have the largest stock of these
goods-in Geary, and now we are going to offer you some
rare bargains for the 4th. All kinds of trimmings In this
Ladies* Wrappers and
We have a full and complete line, and at prices to suit
the most exacting.
We have one of the largest and most complete lines of
Men’s, Youth’s and Boy’s Clothing in Oklahoma.
the best and cleat
it r grocery man’s smoke on the 4th. We are doubling our grocery business by fair dealing and prompt delivery. We
ileamfet line of groceries in the city. Always glad to show you through our stock and price you the goods that you see.
• #' f With all you buy from us we give you tickets for nice, neat and up-to-date
f |H | chinaware and silverware. They’re all crazy for them. Call for tickets.
* K V/V/• What you get for them will make you happy and contented.
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Come to the MODEL STORE on the 4th and let us help entertain you. Plenty of shade, ice water, fans and the best
looking store in Qeary to stop at. Visit us while here and we will show you a good time.
YOURS FOR A GLORIOUS FOURTH.
Ci Ei Blackerts Modal Store
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Stackhouse, Alfred C. Geary Bulletin. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 3, 1902, newspaper, July 3, 1902; Geary, Oklahoma Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1076097/m1/1/: accessed March 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.