The Geary Bulletin. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 21, 1908 Page: 3 of 6
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THE OEARY BULLETIN.! -we serve the best -
WILL U OMRtSTIC. EMTOft AND NOMMITM 1 T U T T L1 1^
Scary, Oklckomi, TbcrUcy, May 21.1908 J# II V/ J *
_____ MAC HU i
BUM If WMI
and SODA FOUNTAIN
Ilea Cream Parlor. Phoae 6.
Idaplay. Nly IHb.) ewa u lack p
i lie.) ea Inch. Locate » mam a Um for i
flute of Tbeaka. I* oen loro—
It's nighty bard to got up in tha morning
and aaj yon “lore your neighbor,"(as yon should)
after you have listened to his dog entertain a
half doaen of the neighbors* dogs at a bowling
bird-dog convention during the “wee email boors*
*.a ’jAjabteic *a-|°* preceding night And it Is fully as did
cult to retire at night, filled with a love for ail
mankind, after this same neighbor’s ohiokone
have toe nailed your flower-beda and feasted on
your young garded truck.
Governor—Char tec IV. HaakeU.
Lleuteaaot-Gevernor—George W. Bellamy.
Secretary of Slate-William H. Cross. . -f __ _ ..a —m ,i.va __
SuperintendentrfPufele Instruction-*. D. Cameron horns is Democratic for the last time. There are
Chief Mine Inspector— Pete Hanmty. 1880,000 voters in the New State, Of these only
' “SSfcae. 251,000 YOt.a tb. looUo* on *. ooMtltlUo.
State Examiner and Inepeetor—Charles A. Taylor. The other 120,000 were disgusted Republicans
Kate<Bernwrd?BI***ioo#r of ChmriM** 0orMotioM_ | who would not vote for the instrument and they
Cooperation Commissioners—J. J. McAleeter, A. P
Watson, J. E. Love
e Court Jeeoe J. Dana, B, L. Wil-
liams, ft. J. Kane, 8. W. Hayes, J. B. Turner.
United State# Senator*—T. P. Gore, Robert L. Owen.
Oongreeatnen—Ftret District, Bird 8. MeOuire; Sec-
ond District, E. L Fulton; Third Diet riot, James H. Dav-
enport; Fourth District, Scott Ferris; Fifth District,
Charles D. Carter.
ScMTTH & SCHOFIELD
<Tbu)n and Out—
We are down on prices and out tor your bust,
nese. Figure with u« and be convinced we give
value received tor every dollar. Buy now and save
5L QS. Lbr.
• — -4 •-*
JOHN H. DILLON, Pres.
a V. DILLON, OsNiier.
first Rational 'Rank,
CAPITAL STOCK - $35,000.
•CARY. - OKLAHOMA.
O. M. Oadb,
Jon H. Dilloh,
J. W. McCloud
O. V. Dillon,
For President 1908
William Jennings Bryan q^ntity in Oklahoma.
staid away from the polls. It was a peculiar sit
uatioo. If the constitution bad failed statehood
would have failed.
Thus sayeth Charlie Hunter in Washing
ton, and he “will stake hia reputation for ver-
acity.” People who know Hunter, and most
Oklahomans do, say that the roughrider couldn’t
loose anything should he make such a wager.
Hunter's '‘reputation for veracity" is an unknown
Your Business Respectfully Solicited.
Gut the weeds.
Repair the walks.
Toot for the band.
Boost for the ball team.
Hurrah for that big Fourth of July ceiebra
Hobart will have free mail delivery service
after September 1.
The Enid Events placed the union label at1
the heed of its editorial column last week.
The following political facts in regard to the
campaign tUe year may be of interest:
The Democratic National Convention will
have 1,008 delegates; two for each United States
senator and representative in congress, or 906 for
the states, and six for each territory and Island
■„ The Republican national convention will nave
980 delegates; two for each senator and repre
sentative in oongress, or DM for the states and
two for each territory and island.
In the Republican convention a majority vote
only will -be required to nominate candidates for
president and vice president, or 491 votes.
In the Democratic convention a two-thirds
All Transfer work promptly done, Day
Keidsncs PHonw 14*3.
« Office pHonw 149.
Deputy Sheriff Abbot, of McAlester was
held up by masked men, last Friday, and re-
lieved of $2x5. Great nerve these Oklahoma des
peradoes are developing.
.. ?fnL»,br*°t.*htwr°k»yr?**,*i«« -m b.
hU P»P«rU «h. WBtal city p*p.r, ottcwl ^ „„ ot ^
* P*P* - 1 United Bt*M ere choeec by elector, lurnla, the
State legislatures may appoint the electors,
but the custom now is for voters to bollofc for
There is an elector for each senator and rep-
resenative in congress, or 488.
A Bartlesville justice of the peace handed I A majority, or 242. elects,
downn decision in a last case, last week, to the Electors are not legally bound to vote for
effect that negroes traveling on interstate tickets th® nominees of their conventions,
can not be compelled to ride in the Jim Crow oars. In case the president and vice president noru
ins ted should be from the same state, the electors
of that state can vote far only one of the Candida-
With a “cracker jack” ball team and “rip 1^ on that ticket,
snorter” of a band, why not give Geary a "hum
dinger” of a fourth of July celebration and ad-
vertise the foot to the surrounding country that I John Golobieof the State Register in comment-
Geary is still on the map and vary, very much lag on a recast camparison, by William Higgins of
•live. I Bartlesville of the cost of making Oklahoma and
Kansas states aaya:
The nomination of Haywood, whom the gen-1 To ^e8iB tb#r* no comparison in the
eral public believes responsible for the numerous conditions under which Kansas and Oklahoma
wholesale murders during
troubles, to head the socialist ticket should cause
the political death of that party. | In 1861, when it waa admitted only a tier ei
two of counties along the Missouri river were
_ ... . . . . 1 populated, there waa not a single railroad across
Though there were fewer marriages in In- &e riYW »nd none of the gigantic commercial in
diana last year than during the preceding tereats existed to be taken care of, as exist in
twelve months, the divorce courts broke down Oklahoma today.
the record there being almost fonr thousand! Mr. ^Higgins' contention island he gives the fig
granted in the state. Keeping one’s wife or bus
band, nowadays, is becoming more than ever a
Die for the numerous coomwooe umier wmen aboui ana uxiuiome
♦k- minin» W0re admitled to statehood. Kansas had no sneb
tbs western mining <5om lex conduit,, M lt had not the population
t ticket should cauae Oklahoma has.
urea that the coat all iold, of oreating Kansas into
a state being but $128,000 and the coat of’Okie
horns $580000, the figures stand against Oklahoma
but he himself gives the population of Kansas at
that time at only 141,000. while the census gives
Oklahoma 1,114,000, and Mr. Higgins rightly gives
1.500,000. Take a deduction of the figures and
Kansas—141,000 population, coat $128,000 re-
The Wichita trade boosters will be here Sat
urday. Why not give them a cordial reception
etc., but why not give yonr wholesale trade to
s trsrsa ns 35s38ga«u
money in your own state? Add to this the fact that the Kansas legislature
waa in session 80 days and Oklahoma 169. and
makes another difference.
It would not be even fair to compare the two
states were Kansas to create a new stale now,
oat of its present population and resources. Kan
saa has no such varied interests, with two seper-
ate territories of inharmonious conditions. Over
and above these local conditions, this Is an era o)
economic reform that a successful party has to
take cognisance of, in foot being successful shows
11 baa taken coguisnuce of, and meuy things are
neoessary to be done that were not necessary
when Kansas was created a state. The mileage
of railroads and wealth in oils and other corpor-
ate interests in Oklahoma necessitate a class
complicated legislation and administration never
dreamed of in tha simple conditions when Kansas
was made a state.
There is no comparison between Kansas and
Oklahoma today. How much less can there be
a comparison of the past.
A street oar in Chioago was running so
smoothly the other day that the passengers not
only wondered but resolved to investigate. Then
it was found that it waa running over a man. Al-
most any kind of phenomena may be explained
if they are properly investigated.
The State Capital would give Congressman
Bird S. McGuire entire credit for the reoent
passage of the Removal of Restriction Bill, when
it is well known that Congressman Fulton and
the other three Democratic members from Okla-
homa were equally responsible for the success of
the bill But McGuire needs credit for most
evsrytblng the Republicans can throw his way.
As a "grandstander” he is a bowling success.
TIKE BEE SHUE
It Is easy to tall whan a tornado Is
Maine ears a Chip kasha walker
prophet. The Nr kne a psanSar hm-
HUt;. It is extremely oppressive. A
tornado never oom*a when a otrasu
wind la Mowlam There is always as
extraordinary display af electricity.
The elonn elond always comes from
the eoathweet sod moves aurtb-
•adore are Invited la slip
this and pasts It on the head ot the
UooeultU before reUrleg to the
storm cellar. It wIP save y«
Bat the best fiour at right prtoss
at Jaa. 0*Oenaer*e.
to figure with
A. W. J
Good three or four
within three or four
Sunday achool at 10 a. ul
Preaching at II a. m.
Praaablng et 7 JO p. m.
Bar. W. A. Hash, Pastor
HEASTON CD. SON, Props
Sunday oebool at 10 a. m.
If urn Inn eervlee at 11 a. m.
Young People’s meeting al 7:16
Evening Eervlee, 8 p. m.
BAILEY & WALKER
First Class Work Guaranteed.
Old Bank of Oommeroe Building.
DR E. E. MILLER
OOB. HAIM AND BOO AO WAT
H. W. StahlkabM
RUTH * STAHLHEBER. Proprietor*.
Fresh End Cured Meats, Condiments of all Kinds
Fish, Oysters, Qamc In Season. Highest
Prices Paid for Hides. .
Geary—SeoondSunday at II a. m.
and 7:10 p. m. Third sad fourth
Sundays at 7:80 p.m., of eaeb month.
Oak Ridge—Ft rat sod third Sun-
day# 11 a. m. and Pleasant Valley at
7:80 p. m.
High Pralxle—Pourtn Sunday at
11 a. m.
W. F. and M- A, meet lost Friday
of each month.
K. O. Swioabt. Paatnr.
M. E. Chsrsh.
Regular eeryloee at tha I. O. O. F.
Hall by tha M. E. Ohereh as follows:
Sunday eebool at lO a. m., H. B.
Preeehiny at 11 a. m. and 7 ’JO p. m.
by the pastor. Always the hmt of
music. AH are iavited aad all mafia
Junior League at Sp. m., with Mlm
Mabel Inman as president nod Klee
P. A. BURHANS
RESIDENT DENTIST. CROWN and DRIDOE. WORK
• M0 toll a. m.—1:00 to StOOp. *1.
W. J. Laws
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VERY LOW ROUND
TRIP RATES VIA
Highest Market Price
Produce of All Kinds
Bring us your Poultry
omoa on North Broadway
OEARY - - - OKLA.
Kept In and Up-to-
date Lumber Yard.
Davidson & Case
C. P. DYER
Attorney end Counselor-at-Law
Will practloe in all courts
Oswalds Slk.. — Oeary, Okie
U C V.
Jur.e 9-11, 1908
Special Train Service
Full information from your
I. 9. NoNALLV. 0»*. Past. Af .,
Ok lahoma Ctti Ok la.
•SO. N. LEI. 0«. Pam. ip
IJM.U O—•* * -V
Want to borrow money?
See P. L. Bishop.
FORNALE—German Millet seed
at 91.00 per boeheL Also kafflr oorn
■sod. One-half mile north and Ive
mile east ef Geary.
8t W. M. Dbapuu.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the matter of tb. a*UM of O. W. Troup
late of the city of Q«My. ooaaty ot Blaloa
•Uit« of Oklahoma. IwnmmI.
All paraooa haring claims axaloat aaldO.
W. Troup deoeaaad. ara raqulrrd to exhibit
Um aaoM, wUh the ueceaaary Toucher* to tb*
undersigned duly appointed and qaallSed
administrator of the estate of said deceased
at the oltoe of V. V. I>yer. attorney for eald
adoilnlatrator In Uearj. In the county of
Blaine and state of Oklahoma, and that too/
months after the flrat publics floe of tale
■oOoe baa been limited by order of the coun-
ty cohrt of said Blaine county, as the Um*
forcredl ore of eald deceased, to exhibit and
present tnelr claims against eald estate.
Dated Um Mb day of May. 1WM
W. H. HALL. Administrator.
O. P. OYXH, Attorney for administrator.
State of Oklahoma, i
County of Blaine. >88.
In County Court i
Notice Is hereby glren that on the Tib
day of May A D.. tlMA Agues It, Pa relay
Hied lu tbs county court of the county of
Blaine and state of Oklahoma, a petition
praying for letter*of Administrator be tasuel
to herself upon the estate of Kll Barclay de-
ceased. late of the county of Blaine and atatr
And pursuant to an order of eakl const}
Court, made on the 7th day of May. IKK
the Si day of May. A. D.. IMS. at the hoar of
10 o’clock a. m . of said day, that being a da}
of the regular May term. A. It. NMnfali'
county coor . ha* been appointed as tha Max-
tor hearing said application, wbea aad whatt
any person Interested may contest said petl
tton by aitng written opposition thereto o*
the ground of Innompetancy of the appltcaat
or may aasert his own rights to tha admtnls
tratlou aad pray that letters beleeaedh
Wltneee O. X Halcomb Judge of I
court of the county of Blaine, and
of the Court affixed, theTtb day of f
O. E. MALOOMH. Ooaaty
F. A THOMA8 a SON. Atty.
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Christie, Will L. The Geary Bulletin. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 21, 1908, newspaper, May 21, 1908; Geary, Oklahoma Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1076394/m1/3/: accessed March 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.