Geary Bulletin. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 3, 1902 Page: 3 of 16
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We have an up-to-date line of Jewelry we would like to show
you. We carry about everything in jewelry and optical goods.
Come in and see what we have and gel our prices. We do all
kinds of repairing.
Are Your Eyes
If your eyes are right today they may be wrong unless you
take proper care of them. We can tell you whether your eyes
are right or not. If they don't need glasses or attention we'll
tell you. We make this a specialty.
Double E Brown Denounce* tbe Action of the
Oklahoma Democracy.!*! Nominating a
Kansas City Man.
1$ $$$$$$ $$$$$$$$!
L. A. HOLMES Sr CO. |
810.000 FOR 25 CENTS.
The directors of Convention Hall,
Kansas City, Mo., have inaugurated
a plan for holding a vote 'contest on
the coming election for governor of
Kansas, in connection with a series
of popular entertainments to be given
In the hall next November. The
plan to be followed is similar to that
of the guessing contest on the vote of
Ohio which was held last year. At
the close of the previous contest the
directors found that some who had
made estimates on the vote had mis-
understood the rules and, in order to
remove even a chance for argument,
they promptly appropriated $17,000
additional and duplicated the list of
prizes which had originally been
offered. The inducements offered
this year are much greater than those
in the fbrmer oontest, as the first
prize will be $10,000 instead of $5,000,
and the other prizes will be larger in
proportion. All prizes will be in cash,
the sum of $20,000 having already
been secured to pay the prizes. The
number of prizes has also been in-
creased, and there are now 1084 prizes
on the list. Each purchaser of a con-
cert ticket, the price of which Is 25
cents, will be entitled to record one
estimate as to the number of votes to
be cast for goyernor of Kansas at the
election November 4, 1902, and the
one who estimates the correct vote,
or nearest the correct vote, will be
paid $10,000 in cash. To the others
who make the best estimates will be
given the remaining prizes in order.
The awards are to be made by an im-
partial committee upon the official
certificate of the Secretary • [of the
State of Kansas.
A large cash special prize is offered
for the best estimate received during
the month of July.
Persons living outside of Kansas
City may order tickets and record their
estimatesby mail, addrepsing all com-
munications toConvention Hall, Kan-
sas City, Mo.
Children often cry, not from pain,
but from hunger, although fed
abundantly. The trouble arises from
inanition; their food is not assimilated
but devoured, by worms. A few
doses of White’s Cream Vermifuge
will destroy the worms, when the
children will begin to thrive at once.
Price, 25 cents.—Sold by Geary Phar-
Terry’s big Uncle Tom's Cabin
show arrived on the noon train Fri-
day, forty people of them, with
trained ponies, donkeys, bloodhounds,
etc. They disembarked from their
own Pullman cats and after they got
straightened out a bit in their big
tent, they gave a grand parade, brass
band at the head. From newspaper
notices along the route they have
traveled, we expect a first-class 'per-
formance.—Prospect, Prescott, Ari
The bests results are found by those
who use Bunsen’s Pine Tar Cough
Honey. One dose gives ease rest.
This is a new discovery and the only
cough remedy sold on a positive guar-
antee. No cure, no pay. Price 26
and 60 cts.—For sale by A. R. Os-
trander & Co.
Advance threshers and
cylinder teeth, extras, etc.,
by E. E. Wenner, agt.
Do you know that we haye the largest
line of Fire Works in Qeary. There are
many new things in this line of goods this
year. We buy in large quantities and can
Your wants can be supplied in this line
by calling on us. All kinds at right prices.
Novelties for the 4th in endless variey.
Come and See Us!
We handle about everything the human
race needs and we alwas split profits with
Bee Hive Racket Store.
MARKS BR08.. PROP8.
The democracy of the territory has
been given a violent chfll by the de-
sertion from the Bill Cross ranks of
E. E. Brown, editor of the Observer,
which for several months has been
considered the mouthpiece of Oklaho-
ma democracy In all its battles and
undertakings. The Observer will
support Bird S. M'Guire for congress
and there is no mistaking Mr. Brown
n the leading editorial In the Ob-
server of yesterday, which says:
“TWO MUCH ANDERSON.”
“The Observer is a democratic
newspaper. It believes in the undy-
ng principles of democracy, and when
t comes to the welfare of this terri-
tory the Observer is for home first,
“The democracy of Oklahoma has
nominated a man for delegate to
congress who has nothing in common
with the people who reside In Oklaho-
ma. His only possession, so far as we
have been able to leav,1^ Is a trunk
and grip at a hotel. He*ha« selected
a chairman for his campaign com-
mittee who is nauseating to every
eading democrat In Oklahoma, An-
derson who stands for nothing in his
home town, Enid, and was unable to
even act as a delegate on account of
his reputation in the territorial
“A delegate to congress from a
territory has no voice in national
affairs; therefore, his only mission is
to represent the Interests of the
people whom he represents. For this
we feel that the interests of this
territory wHl be better served by the
Honorable B. S. McGuire, the re-
publican nominee, than they will be
by Mr. Cross, who has no personal
interests in common with our people.
It has been our pleasure to know
McGuire for a long time. We know
him to be a man with a spotless repu-
tation; a man with ability to go to
Washington and do things for the
people of Oklahoma, and a lawyer
second to none In the Southwest. All
his interests are in Oklahoma. There-
fore, without apologies to anyone,
The Observer will champion the can-
didacy of the Honorable B. S. Mc-
Guire as a candidate for • delegate to
congress in the coming campaign.
E. E. Brown, Editor.”
Neither can the attitude of Mr.
Brown, who became famous through
the west on account of his attempts
to organize the young democracy, in
his letter yesterday to C. Porter John-
son, a strong friend politically of the
Observer, and considered one of Okla
homa’s most capable democrats, be
“Honorable C. Porter Johnson, Okla-
homa City, Okla.:
• “Dear Sir—You will no doubt be
surprised when you see this week’s
Observer to learn that I have decided
to support Mr. McGuire for delegate
to congress. My reasons for so doing
is that the committee appointed by
Mr. Brown is hostile to*my paper. Mr.
Anderson himself more so than any
one man. I have written Mr. Cross
in times past but he never has had
time to recognize me; therefore I de-
cided on this move and have no apolo-
gies to make tofany one. The democ-
racy of Oklahoma, or a portion of
them, have never failed to do every-
thing in their power against the Ob-
server; the same as they have against
you, and now my time has come to re-
taliate. Again. Mr. McGuire is one
of the best friends I have. I do not
believe in doing as some democratic
editors are now doing, that is to tight
Mr. Cross secretly and make a feeble
effort to support him through their
papers. It is nothing more than jus-
tice to Mr. Cross to know where to
place his friends. I do not believe in
fighting under cover, and appreciating
him personally as a friend I am not
the one to play the roll of Judas.
“Very respectfully yours,
“E. E. Brown,
Guthrie, June 28,1902.
If the stomach, liver and bowels
fail to perform their functions re-
gularly and naturally, the blood be-
comes contaminated with impurities,
and the whole system is in conse-
quence debilitated. Herbine is re-
markable for its efficacy is curing the
ailments of summer, and the disor-
ders prevalent during hot weather.
Price, 50 cents.—Sold by Geary Phar-
If you want farm implements of any
kind try G. C. Han an on prices. Ser-
vers! ear toads just received.
Some reasons why it/ will pay you to
buy your drugs at
V . k I ‘ *
The Geary .
We guarantee the quality of every article that leaves our
We guarantee our prices to be as low as any other store,
We buy and sell for cash and can afford to make lower prices
than any dealer doing a credit business.
We are one of the very few stores in Oklahoma using noth-
ing but pure distilled water in our prescription department.
We have a splendid stock and understand our business in
Remember the place and give us a trial.
\l A. R. Ostrander CEL Co
* * Geary, Oklahoma.
To my old trade and friends:—I have
moved my store to the east end of
Main street in the new brick east of
Farmers State Bank, and I am able
to make very low prices on goods as
I save about 5 ger cent on Insurance
on making this move.
Now my friends, keep your weather
eye on O’Connor’s low prices for they
Standard tomatoes 10 cents per can.
Standard corn 3 cans for 25 cents.
Standard apples 10 cents per can.
Standard hulled hominy 3 cans for
Standard Boston baked beans 10
cents per can.
Standard blackberries 3 cans for 25
Standard string beans 3 cans for
Standard strawberries 3 cans for
Standard peas 3 cans for 25 cents.
O’Connor’s Dried Fruit list
O’Connor has a large stock of dishes
of all kinds cheap. Call and see,them.
20 pounds of fancy beans at O’Con-
nor’s for $1.00.
O’Connor is going to make a big
cut on harness, collars and strap
work of all kinds. Now is the time
to get low prices.
O’Connor has machine oil of all
kinds cheap. If you want a gasoline
stove cheap call on O’Connor
O’Connor has a large line of lap-
robes and he will cut the price 25 per
cent on them. This is a snap.
O’Connor sells crackers by the box
at 6i cents per pound. How is that
for low prices? '
O’Connor has a snap to offer in
Bur Oak plug at 35 cents per
Standard Navy at 35 cents per
Let-Go plug at 35 cents per pound.
Six-for-ten at 20 cents per plug.
Always carries Hunt’s Lightning Oil
around with her. S^omys it’s Ana
for swelling, tooth-ache, colic, weak
back and back-ache, cuts, burns,
neuralgia, catarrh. Aunt Luelndy
has sixty-nine grandchildren and
ought to know what she |ji talking
about. ■. ’ ,;
Regular meeting ^ tW- council
' A. J. Lowary will shortly go to
Illinois for a visit.
The grand stand for the 4tb shows
up grandly at the south end of Broad-
Horses and mules bought and sold at
Welborn’s barn east of Commercial
The regular meeting of the Geary
commercial «club will be held this
The fire at Watonga was to be seen
plainly from Geary at 3 a. m. Tuesday
Call at G. W. Troup’s store on east
Main and see that latest Improved
sewing machine the “Netzen.”
The spur from Okeene to Home-
stead has been abandoned and from
Hitchcock to Ferguson will be built.
We have a good farm to trade for
city property. Part cash and balance
city property. A snap. McGregor A
Pianos and organs, standard makes,
the best .of terms, easy payments.
Call and see me at G. W. Troup’s
store East Main. A liberal price
allowed for organ to those wishing to
exchange for piano.
I mm Dkui’s j
A *afo, certain raltaf for Suporwaed
Menstruation. Never known to rail. Baft!
Sura! Speedy! SatUtactlon Guarantaed I
or money Refunded. Sent prajMbt tor
11.00 per box. WUI rand them on trial, to
| be paid for when relieved. Sample* Fra*.
Sold In Qeary by Ostrander A Co.
A good coffee for 10 and 12 i-ac
A better coffee 3 lbs for 50c.
The best for 35c per pound*
Special prices on all our dried fruits while they last.
Raisins 7 1-2C. Prunes 7 1-2C. Peaches 10c.
GEO. S. PECKHAfl, Geary, Okla.
Geary Transfer Co.,
NORRIS k DAVIS, Proprietors.
We haul anything anywhere anytime. Give us your
work. We do it in a hurry and always
PHONE NO. 33* - QEARY, OKLA.
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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/m1/3/: accessed March 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.