The Geary Bulletin. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 21, 1908 Page: 4 of 6
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This ia an awfully atrong Mate-
ment, ian't it? Well the Boya’ and
Girls “ Eleraity ** School Shore
are the strongest propoaition in the
footwear line we have ever found;
that'a why they won't knock out.
' The Boya and Girla can kick
all they want to but.
They Can’t Kick Oat Eternity'
•»»♦♦♦♦■>♦♦♦»♦»« m »»♦»♦ ]
Leo William* and family of Ethel
rlalted hi* brother Hunday.
F. 8. MeConahay and wile were
•hopping In Geary Wadneeday.
Howaid William* ia on the alck
V. 8 MeConahay and family, Em-
ary Tolle and wife. Willey Cowan
and fami|>‘ spent Sunday at tie
home of E F. Wa ter.
Mr. Crew* and family, Phil Will
lama and family all took dinner at
A. T Anderaou'a Sunday.
the celebrated Butternut
Butter Brown Bread.
When a man la eelf-anade he boaaU
about it; whan a woman ia self-made
•he deeau't want anybody to kbow It.
Bookkeeper of Oaa Company-4 Sir,
I'm afraid I'll bare to give np keep-
ing the books for a while at loaat;
the oeullat aaya I'm getting doable
Manager—“Keep on with the book*
■uan, and wban you’re ripe I'll raiae
your aalary and put you at reading
tbe go* meters.
Carey Tolla, Martin Tolle and Mls*|
Kdna Humphrey took dinner with
A. H. Tolle and family Sunday.
Children’* day eaarolaea will be
held In the Leaoh grove Juat went of
the store. Tboae on program own-1 A |%17nve nn
mlttee are; Misses Amanda Aeplaln /\IWclyr UII
Clara Halrd, Mr*. A. H. Tolle, Mr*. I-
Crew, and Mrs. E. K. Walters
The Kina boya all weht fishing. a'.l
caught llah except Oba Halrd and In-
got left out. What waa the reason
EXPLAINS SCHOOL LAW.
They are foot culture ahoes be-
cause they give the young foot
room to breathe. They are broad
aero** the toe; each toe hoa room
to breathe and grow.
These ahoes are made over neat
foot conforming lasta out of the most
popular leathera and every shoe is
made by an expert in a big. specialty
factory. The aolea are fastened
with screws which will not allow
them to pull apart. They have
double soles that will not allow the
young peoples leet to get wet. If
children always have warm, dry
feet, they won’t be sick.
Watch them carefully and re-
member “ Eternity” School Shoes
fill every requirement. ** Eternity
Shoes coat no more than the kinds
that do not aatialy. The “ Star *
on the heel and the name
“ Eleraity" on the sole protect
you. These emblems o( quality
are a guarantee to you that the
l hoe is honestly constructed and
full of satisfaction. “ Eternity
School Shoes for Boys and Girls
i re made by
Peaches will be ready for cremn
I and sugar soon.
In a circular letter sent out by K.
D. Cameron, State Superintendent
of Schools, to county superintendent*
the Mohool law* passed by the legis-
lature are explained and Instructions
Issued to confirm there to. Ha aaya:
The annual sohool meeting for 1908
Is postponed by tbe Williams’ Hill
uutll the fourth Tuesday in July.
I UII 111 Lilt* IHUIVU IMPVUMJ IU
Mls.es Irene Minner and Zula This i,u) further provides that in
—. .. . — u._ yam Kraaee•—« -*---- *■—*•— _u..nw-
Smith ealled on Mra.
190R, three school trustees shall be
elected ; a director for three years, a
. „ ____in olerk for two and a treasurer for one
Joe McDonald is Vear. The present school officers
patent churns and according to 111. *
patent churn, ana J "Hwl.l hold their positions unt.l the
dlscriptioa of t£*'*oe Jit‘_h " ^ I f,,urth rmmmdny lu. July, but they
ing. It is soineti K ^1 will nnt. hit, nu.M-kn nmnlitv tench’
B crank* t<> w111 not have power to employ teach
H. s.,*nthe woman hyeb^nehurn. I ^
Wife—“where are you going?*’
Wife—“What for? Yon never |
caught a fish I”
Husband—“True; but I’m yoang
• Thn first thought in sickness is the doctor; then the
drug store to have the prescription filled. It is-always a
good idea to be prepared by learning about the right drug
store to which to take your proscriptions. Try this store.
“Yes, we seen all tbe sights there
waa. Jim look us to the arsenic'
wain* mamma —w —- — — —---|
where tbe artery keeps It’s guna, and
that night w. heard a belladonna at |
“Did you go up in a aky-acraperf'
“Not me 1 1 seee a man go up In I
one oncen't, and when tbe bag|
busted he coma down Uckety-splltl *
We carry a very complete stock of drugs—just every-
thing your doctor could need. Everything is fresh and
new; all drugs are selected by teat for purity, freshness
and strength. Prescriptions are compounded with the
greatest care. When your DOCTOR gets his medicine here
he knows the desired results are assured. Ask him obout
us. Isn't your doctor’s drug store a safe store for you?
“Thomas,” remarked a Scotch
lady, “I wonder you don't gel mar-
ried. You have got a nloe bouse and
a comfortable situation, and all you
want to complete U ia a wife. Y**u
know Adam who waa tbe first gard-
ener, bad a wife.”
That’s quite rioht, mum, replied
Thomas, “but Adam dldna keep hi*
Job long after he got a wife."
,n« for two^'day* and the butter ha. | tending beyond their term
Supplies for the annual school
not arrived yet.
Calven Petere I* holding forth ati Supplies for the annual ecbnoi
the Rev. Smed ley's for a few days so ^vill be seut out about the
*___.... -rh., lu ■* imv rrealt In that *... ~
til® swvv. —g----— * I HicruiiK wii
he eays. That Is a new freak In that uf June.
---‘— THE INSTITUTE HILL.
The Evans’ Instttuta Bill makes tt
A trolley-car had collided with a
heavily laden milk cart, and seut
can after can of milk splashing into
the street, relates Evorybody’s, boon
a crowd gathered. A man, coming
up, had to stand on tiptoe aud keep
dodging his head about to see past a
stout lady in Front of biin. “Good-
ness!" he flaally exclaimed, “whatl
an awful waste I"
The stout lady turned aud glared
at him. “Mind your own business,’’
L. A. HOLMES & Company
PERFECT drug store service
Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Garfield * iu, «*»■**. >u—..**.,. «... ——- -
Stoner visited with Mrs. 8am Fraxee mandatory upon the county com-
' mission**™ to appropriate for your In-
imisuai. i----------- > ■ -
. . „. . . stltutc any amount not exceeding
Rev. Farres preached at the BChool | f20() jhat, msv be demanded by the
County buperluteiident It ala re-
IkCT. raure p.vwv..^ — * ----
house Saturday night and Sunday,
MANUFACTURERS ST. LOUIS
When you see
know the prices.
Jack Scott hauled a load of com to quires an enrollment fee of not lees
Geary for George Stoner Saturday- than 1100, or more than $3 00, of
I vu>h tear-liar attending the institute.
Ed Cooksey has been
list for several days.
evui vs • I --
leach teacher attending the Institute,
on the sick The examination fee Is $2 00, The
County Superintendent may conduct
Cultivating corn iecommenclng In | hf.
Itnte, provided he receives an Insti-
tute certificate, but he ia not per-
8am Frasee and wife spent Wed- niltted to draw any aalary from the
__^ U with (A. 14. Mtonsr'fi 1 .. I lna»l»nto f Iinrl T.llrauilflA nn
nmil riuee DPV" * ...... niltlPU tu uraw muj mm *«•» j swaas
neaday evening with G. B. Stoner s 1 Qurmtil Institute fund. Likewise, no
* —**- 1 officer drawing salary from the Fed-
eral or State government can draw
tht^Sl vL*.WvUlledar!t G. RsSof I «n~the <undfor "
I conductor or Instructor. Parties al-
ready holding valid teachers’ eerrlfl
Clarence Stoner and wife visited cates may attend the Institute and
THE PRICE OF A HORSE
And the Price of Paint
Both Depend on Quality
•Ye-es. pardner,” drawled the I
lean native with the huge corucoob
Hill was the unlucklest man In I
seventeen state*." .
“Was eh?”-an»\verec the man who
waa palming signs on barns.
“Yes, sir. Wuywheu opportunity-
knocked at Hill’s door be tliougnt it I
was another bill collector and bid |
under the bed."
iliniVIIVV W*-' - — ---------- VWVl ■ mm.mmj ------- -------------~
with Jack Scott and wife Sunday. have their certificates renewed or ex-
... tended an additlonal.year without ex-
Ted Stoner and girl attended the j atT1inat|on upon tbe recommend*
tee cream aupper at Upland Satur- . thfe (jounty Superintendent
I day night.
A new set of muBitiiini- >■■,*> | — — -----------------
sprung up In this community recent- made mandatory upon County Super-
ly, the Lough, Uabbe and Strung | h.tendenta to eiidone^them, by^the
tlon of the County Superintendent.
.First grade county cerMflcate# are
musicians have valid anywhere in the state and it 1*
Now, I want tu know how long It
will be before I get au answer to this
letter? ’ a youug lady demanded
with a tell-tale biuab, as she handed
tbe pust-otlice clerk olerk a commun-
ication addressed to her lover.
“That depends,” said the repre-
sentative, iittecUvely. “It he’s lu
jail they oniy let them write uuce a
week, and lu some places once a
mouth—ou Sundays, if he’s dead
oroke he’ll have to wait uutil he
earua the price uf a stamp, aud i
have no data on which to baas an
opinion of bta earning capacities. If
he’a ill Id bed. be may feel 111 abou.
dictating bis raal sentiments to
BUY THE BEST
Smith & Schofield complnr
Hand. Tliev furnished music for the I Ellis Certificate Bill. A second
... - i V •__I I Ajiu Sa la tfwrwkSl I IT f llA AAllIt-
I Buxton dance Saturday night. Per
| sons wanting like favors, make their
wants kuown early and avoid tba
THAT REST ROOM.
George Stoner went to
Sunday in search of his pony.
------------ . O’Connor, the feed man, pays cash
Are you doing anything toward tbe I f(U pou|try.
.a El l.,t, bmahI rc Vital Rltltlll Ifl Vtllir I -
establishment of a rest room In your
village? Have ,vt*u spoken to your
merchants? It la to their interests
________ ., . Why not paint your house or barn
merchants? It Is to their interest to w|,en y,,u can get a good paint that
provide a place where tltelr country wm prMerve your building for five
cuetouiere may be crmfortable while I or years at a time. Remember
___ l# Ik. eo* 4 utvd rtkllfi. * » W.T Dalnl im Wtl APMt fjlMfi fell
•u the vtllege; If the wife and child
ren could be sure uf a aheller wtiereln
a dark dapple bay PERCHERON HORSE, weight
diouun, LI, ,.»I .uuiKib U, '.| 1400 pounds, will make the season at the Star Barn
cold, disuiteicaied third persou; aud j q __v Oklahoma. Services $10.00 by Insurance.
if it’s smallpox they wont let hiui J ______
write at ail. then , again if he’a got
tha New Bra Paint la guaranteed to
|iaat for at least 5 years. Shingle
ffU OOUlCI t>* fiUrf UI n invuvr wiiwium ■ fOr ill Ifuat u quiii^k:
after the trading la done, they might I p^jut, roof paint, Iron paint, wagon
await tbe motions of tha husband I MIH| buggy paint. Call aud see Hart-
and father, they would oftener ac- #y, Geary, Okla.
company him to the stores, and auob |
la human nature, that this would In-
IP IIUU1BU weseww 1 n 1 • 1 j
evllably mean more trade lor the Elevator looated on Rook Island
.... ___ I. - • . - •.. . _ ..1 _ ..a 1 .. .. as, lx/ all
•II 1IIUIC I nurvwvw. ---—----------
merchants. Aa It la the women cue- track at. Geary for sale or leaae. W 111
toinera must choose between crowd-1 take part cash aud part *>n time, or
as ax. .a. .kaasauallnoi flVl I 111 kaa.I., fAS flimi nPl irtopf V OpMPV
loinerB rouii onouw uciww.u.vww- ^ «----- ' ^
Ing about lu the atore, strngghng foi will trade for farm property. Geary
r ... ..at__________ af atkar I J.. .. _______A .sealn nolnf niiH tvif it thd
UK 1GUUV 111 VI1V w«u>* W| w....pp-..-v
a foothold among all inunuer of othei
men and women, iu the way of every
Is a good grain point and with t he
present crop In prospect there Is no
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body, and evt»rybiKly hi lhi*lr wny, or reaBou the price of the ©levator
they must sit out In the vehicles, or I should not be made clear this season.
* . . . It I a lit tk.M .. a*.. I U ..a-alaaW unaii sa n 111 VAuhnunt
mey mull Ml UUI III UIC I nmuiu Iivrv uw —- ------------
stand ou the sidewalks (If there are Don’t overlook such an Investment,
any), or hunt a retired spot In the I Call on or address, II. C. Bradford.
alley among wagons and animals, in
order to eat their oold lunch, or care
for their children. If there could he
a room, however plainly furnished,
even with a few benches and small
tables, where a omnfortablo atmos-
phere might be maintained in all
weathers, where the cotTee might he
reheated, or the baby's milk be
warmed, or where the worn out
mother, or tbe sleeping child might
find a lounge to rest on, more women
would be glad to get away from home
and enjoy the outing. This Is your
work dear village sisters, and your
merchants should willingly lielpyou.
— Bryan’s Commoner.
El Reno, Okla.
grade certificate la good In the coun
ty In which It was Issued, or an* ad
joining county, but third grade certi-
ficates are good only In tbe county
where they are issued.
COMMON SCHOOL EXAM-
The next examination for 8t,h grade
common school graduates, will be
held on May 21 and 22 The diploma*
cannot be sent until some time in
CONSOLIDATION OF SCHOOL
Under the provisions of the Bill by
Senator Williams and Agee, sdhool
districts may consolidate If SO per
or at os the votes oast In each dis-
trict voting ahatt vote In favor of
such consolidation. The vote In eeeh
district eh all be made conditional up-
on Its carrying In all of said district*
Organised territories and legally or
gsnixed school districts containing a
ach«*ol population ef 100 persons or
more, mav organise under the pn*-
vlaions of the new law. The call for
this election shall be made 111 the
same manner as provided by law for
calling of special district meeting*.
If the election Is favorable to con
*olldatlon, the clerk of each district
shall make a written report of such
action to the County Superintendent.
COM PULSAR Y EDUCATION.
By Senator J. J. Williams and Mr.
This law provides that children
from 8 to 16 years of age shall attend
school from 8 to 6 months each suc-
cessive year at the discretion of the
School Board. It Is made the duty
of each Sch'ol Board to furnleh tbe
Countv Superintendent a list of all
children between the ages of 8 and I9
residing in the dlatslct, as well as a
list of those In attendance. Boards
of Education lu cities or incorpor-
ated towns may appoint one or more
truant officers to enforce the provis-
ion of this Act. Tbe law also pro-
vide* that parents who are in needy
circumstances may be relinhused for
the loss of wages of tl.elr children
while attending school. If the same
is rt*oommended by the County Sup-
erintendent. This Is to be paid by
the County Commissioners. A fine
of notices than $10 nor m«»re than 2S0
t* Imposed for any violation of tbe
a new girl—”
She didn’t wait for the clerk to
complete hi* catalogue ol cuntingeu- I
When you think of Implements!
think of Hartley, and when you
think of Hartley think of implements.
Ml to m VUMT IT., USUS MTT, *0.
Found—Ou streets of Geary, a key
to Yale lock. Owner can have same
by calling aud paying fur thia adver-
tise men l.
Star Brand shoes are up-to-date and
will certainly give you the service.
J. J. Cuff sells l hem
«t*OM Mtotl* Dwtor-oi
NflUr 8r**uW Ito StotoM.
Of*r *e r—o >■ *>■**» ot*v-
AaUtertsed *J «»•
|Uto w mm ill----
____________ M mi, MtuDded. ail BMdletDM taraiiM r*•*> ter ass —a*
**»a Mod«Woiloo(rambastaaaa PatooaMal*
MadUlsa. -at .yarywhara. I~a tnm «ese or^br-atMa
I Charm* lew- Over 80.000 aaaa* »*r«4. *
‘ ,si4l***d**rwma Ooasattattr-—
Circle, Ins nl Special Olenin.
ESSSs J- ""
I Seminal Weaknea* ...
Sexual Debility, SNSSSS
I. __M _.....lata afwht *------
drew the shoes, Saturday
night, May 10. Mr. George
Mclntire be’d the lucky
number. The ones holding
Nos. 1585 and 143 have not
called for their shoes yet.
Have you either of these
NOAH S ARK
IfoiUaa anil as aaaa—(etulnc bight loaaaa
U4 lees of eesaai power, btaapl** es4
I blotohaa o* tha f*ee. eoafwMC 'iaa* and
I forcettalnea*. baabfuloaa* ao4 evarhtoa to
I ao^aty. ate, eared tor Ufa. I »top nl«ht
I loaaaa. raatore aasual fewer, aarva ead
I loaaaa. raatore nml H—. ---_-rc
1 bra la pewar, enlarge and atranavban weak
I aans and make »oa St tor aimaf*. Sead
I for rree book and list ot qaeeUees.
Strioture KJ’r.'t.SK? 5i.~
and Qleet SsET;. LV ~
wwwwma stiaeavet** uw r
, otaaHoa irwn auitoeas. Cura fuaraDteao
[ Hook and Itat et queatloa* free—east sealed
‘ Ik “
Hydroo«le and cared__
w ■■ •firWwiw scrotum -csusissssr i
voaa debility, weeheeae ef tka aertthl *va-
toe, et*.. permaaaatly eared without pain. |
earad far Uf* I
, all IU forma aad ami ,
Bleed potaonia, aad all
pvtvata dlaaaaaa permaaeatly aarad. 1
BOOK JSrww,itthtuiHteacTTpilon 1
at above dteaaaea. tha ekesta aad aura, aaat|
ated la plala free.
Pees Muaauw ae Aa*roar» roa Maa.
.TRY A SACK
Kvcrv sack guaranteed. Help to build up Geary by patronising
home industries. We have a large Investment here, pat Ing heavy
taxes, supporting a number of families by operating our mill on
wheat shipped in, have brought, down the price of flour and are offer-
ing a flour a* good as the best, sold by all groceca.
The GEAKY MLLING & ELEVATOR CO.
East Main Street.
A FEW ITEMS
niffar* (only tne beat). Tolmcoon. view* of
Geary. INwt card a. Leather aouvenlra. Bane
Ball H**ok«*. Stallooary. mairaalaea.
sheet inualc etc.
Aak for eataloewe i«r l*i»r«»lna In muraalnea
pcrlodlctU and all puhlk-atloua. I can nave
you e>oney on ajh».'rlpiloin*.
Star Brand *h<*e. are uP to-date to- moae, on.ubm-r.p.mux Q l |
:£.1f.,j!cSnivSSulh# R r Hanan sp.o. Book store Bank ot bommeree
HALF THE TIME
the check you are compelled to draw
will set yon to thinking whether tbe
expenditure is wise or necessary.
And many a time you resolve to
save the morty.
A CHECK ON THE BANK OF
COMMERCE is a check on thought-
less spending. Have an aooount
there and you’ll always think twice
before you spend once. If you hod
always done this, you know you’d be
much better off todav.
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