Geary Bulletin. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 30, 1902 Page: 11 of 12
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NEW R. R. TIME CARD.
The following is the new time card
which went into effect on the C. O. &
Gm and C. N. railroads Sunday, July
6. 1902. V
Trains Bast Bound.
No 2 ....................... 1:00 am
No 4....;................. 12:15pm*
Trains West Bound.
No 1........................ 3;4o a m
Na .3........................ 3:50 p m
Trains North Bound. ;/
No 71....................... 8:40 a na
Trains South Bound.
No 72........................8:15 p m
Arriye 12:00 m.......Depart 1:Q0 p m
Judson,* Etna and Forney.
All mails close at postoffice one-half
hour prior to departure of trains.
No. 72 on C. N. runs through from
Anthony, Kansas, to Shawnee in the
evening and returns in the morning
at 8:40. *
Have you tried Choctaw flour?
J. M. Martz and wife spent Sunday
McGregor & Boland will furnish term
loans on two day's notice.
M. Hammon of Watonga was traaa»
acting business in Geary Friday.
If you don’t see what you want at
the Famous Cash Grocery, ask for it.
Buren McRee who has visiting in
Texas for some time came home Sat-
Laprobes and horse blankets in all
varieties at W. H. Brown’s harness
and shoe shop.
The Yenser Hardware Company are
leaders in low prices on tin and plumb-
ing jobs. Give them a trial.
I have a full line of Fire Insurance
companies, also Life and Accident
Insurance. Call and see me if you are
in the market for Insurance-
M. E. Yinger.
The M. W. A. Camp of this city will
give a grand ball at the opera house
Wednesday evening, November 5th.
Everybody cordially invited. The
best of order will be kept and fine
Lost:—Friday, between L. L, Bilk's
residence and Day Wheeler’s, a gold
watch with Hunters case. Reward
will be paid tinder by leaving same at
McKinster’s furniture store.
Ring up phone No. 44 and have
your meat delivered to any part of the
Largest Line in the City. All Hinds
and at all prices.
I Richardson Hardware Co
In the Brick Building, Corner Main and Broadway.
10 lbs Coffee for tl. 00 at Garvey’s.
H. A. Todd was ov6r from Calumet
Coba 60 eents per load at the South-
Wanted:—A girl to do machine
work. Apply at New Racket Store.
Rev. D. A. Sanford will hold services
in the Methodist church next Sunday
For Sale—A good bedstead, steel
springs and spring cot. Cheap. At
R. H. Harsh' Feed store.
Don't aav it cannot be done, because
it has been successfully carried on for
years. Be convinced by calling and
let us explain it.—the Inter-State
Benevolent Home Co.
“Suits to fit” at “The Model.”
Get your horse blankets and laprobes
at W. H. Brown’s harness and shoe
A. J. Lowary went up to Watonga
For farm loans see McGregor &
D. Kelley and Jas. Gallop of Waton-
ga were in the city over Sundav.
Patent leather shoes—just the thing
for dress occasions—at “The Model.”
The Niram Curtis cattle sale has
been changed from Nov. 6th to Friday
Nov. 7th, 1902.
Take your corn to the Southern Ele-
vator where you will get the highest
price and they unload the corn.
The foliowing is a list of letters
postal cards and parcels remaining
uncalled for at the postoffioeof Geary
Blaine Co. Oklahoma, for the week
ending Oct. 25th. IMS. When calling
for same pleasb-say advertised:
Jon W. Dean, P. M.
French, Mr. Eugene;
Gaylor, Mrs. S. A;
Gentry, J. R;
Gessett, F. M;
Harvey, J. D;
Hattie Sleeping Bear,
Ridge, Miss Bessie;
Steininger, Mr. Chasi
Whitaker, Mrs. L. E;
Whitaker, Mrs. Rea S, card.
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To the Etna Correspondent;
It is noat of your business what my
lawful name la. It is mine and I for-
bid you putting It in your items again.
I have informed you once before and
this la my last time. I can prove that
what you put In the paper last week
about me was not true, so be careful.
You Know Who,
NOTICE BOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Kingfisher. O. T.
July Oth. 1000.
Notice Is hereby riven that the following-
named settler has filed notice of his Intention
to make final proof In support of his claim,
and that said proof will be made before the
Clerk of the District Court of Blaine County,
at Watonga. Okla., on December Oth. 1000, vis:
Lewis Newton. H. E. No. 12774 for the S. E.
*N.W. M and^Lot 3 and E. K 8. W. X Sec.
He named the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, vis
George Nicholson, of Etna O. T. Lenoard
Blggers, of Etna O. T. Ben Whitley, of Wa-
tonga O. T. Tillman Boggs, of Geary O, T.
E. D. Brownlee. Register.
Anheuser-Busch Brovins Ass’n.
_W. i. GOFF, AGENT, GEARY, ORLA.
“Budweiser” the Kitig of Beer.
None superior, and few equals. W. M. BUTLER, Mgr.
Geary, O. T. Oct. 28 1902.
“Resolved, Thgt the Presbytery
of Cimarron, in bringing its sessions
to a close, desires to express and to
put upon record, its grateful appreci-
ation of the way in which it has been
received and cared for by the Presby-
terian church and the people of Geary.
JJUDWEISER is the best in tbe world today
iJn excel led beverage, pure and O. K.”
J)rinkers of Budweiser know it is fine,
Unwholesome and pure, it is found every time;
Excells competition all over tbe land
ft is sold by Butler at your command;
See W. I. Goff Id Geary town her*
Exporting and selling the best kind of beer,
Reliable always and never too dear.
gentleman' or lady in each county to
manage business for an old estab-
lished house of solid financial stand-
ing. A straight, bona fide weekly cash
salary of 118.00 paid by cbeck each
Wednesday with all expenses direct
from headquarters. Money advanced
for expenses. Manager, 340 Caxton
Territory, Any person desiring to make
objections to toe Issuance of license to the
above named applicant will appear before the
County Clerk of Blaine County at his office in
the city of Watonga. at 10 o'clock a. m.. on
the 15, day of November IMS. and make such
objections; otherwise the license will be issu-
ed. Dated this 29. day of October 190S.
R. I. TEMPLE.
To Whom it Mat Concern. .
Notice Is hereby given that O. O. Costley
has made application to sell malt, spirituous
and vinous liquors at retail, upon
the east half of Section tl, Township 17, N,
Range 13. W. I M.. Blaine County. Oklahoma
Territory. Any person desiring to make ob-
jections to the issuance of license to tbe
above named applicant will appear before
the County Clerk of Biaine County, at his
office, In the City of Watonga, at 10 o’clock
a. m., on thell5th. day Of November. 190S, and
make such objection; otherwise the license
will be Issued. _
Dated this 27th day of October. IMS.
R. I. Temple. County Clerk.
21 lbs Sugar for $l.oo at Garvey’s. I Get it at the Famous Cash- grocery
Regular meeting of city council next I Get your livery rigs at Welborn’p
nnHau nitrhf. horn
Choctaw flour, is the best,
sack, you will be pleased. . ^ j;
Niram Curtis will have a public
sale of cattle at bis farm two miles
west of Geary on Noyember 7th.
When you make a farm loan through
McGregor & Boland you get all tbe
money you borrow, and you get it on
two day’s notice.
The supper and dance given by tbe
ladies of Geary for the benefit of the
band was a success both socially and
financially, netting the band about
Get prices at tbe Southern Elevator
on your wheat, oats, or in fact any
grain you bave to sell. They always
lead io prices, and remember they
bave tbe only dump in Geary.
The Inter-State Benevolent Home
Company will buy you a home, either
in town or
J. M. Wei born made a trip to Ana-
darko this week.
Get that suit made at “The Model.”
Workmanship and fit guaranteed
Joe Duncan, Jr., of Delphos, Kans.
has been visiting frinds in Geary this
week. He is thinking of locating in
The only corn dump iu Geary is at
the Southern Elevator, where you get
the highest price for your corn. Get
their prices before selling.
Geary is the greatest cotton market
in Oklahoma since the merchants and
business men bave clubbed together
to buy tbe cotton and other products
of the farmers. You can get the
highest price here. *
If you want a wheat drill cheap caU
at G. C. Hanan’8. He is selling all
kinds of drills cheaper than other
,We keep the
‘Hot Stuff” in lumps.
R. H. Harsh & Co.
S. F. Donaldson returned home Mon-
day from 4 business trip to Alabama.
You eat get all the cobs you want
at the Southern Elevator at 50 cents
Mrs. C. E Marvin and children re-
turned home Wednesday from a visit
with relatives at Wichita, Kan.
Car load of buggies and traps just
received at G. <3. Hanan'g. They are
all late makes and will be sold at bed-
rock prices. Come in and look ’em
over; they’ll please.
Dr. E. E. Miller, Geary's popular
and efficient dentist has mated his
dental parlors to the rooms on the cor-
ner above the Farmers State Bank.
Tbe Dr. has now one of the nicest
equipped offices In Oklahoma.
You cannot expect
bread unless you
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