Geary Bulletin. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 30, 1902 Page: 4 of 12
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Fl’BUBHKD JCVF.RY THURSDAY.
A. C. Stackhouse, Ed. and Prop.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30. 1902.
Are operated by the
North and Cast
North and West
North and Cast
Observation cafe cars, under the
management of Fred Harvey. Equip-
ment of the latest and best design.
—-1 " I 1
Leaves Oklahoma City 6:30 p tn
Arrives Kansas Oit.y 7:00 a ra
“ St Louis JL3U am
“ Memphis 6:00 p m
Sfc. Louis Express— y*»**8K
Leaves Oklahoma City. 9:50 a m
Arrives St. Louis 7:15 am
Leaves Kansas City 7:15 p m.
Arrives Oklahoma City 7:30 a hi.
Arkansas and Oklahoma Express-
Leaves St. Louis 10:00 p m.
An ives Oklahoma City 6:45 p m.
Through care and Pull mao Palace
Sleepers between Oklahoma City,
Kansas City St. Louis and Memphis.
For rates and other information call
on nearest Frisco System agent or ad-
dress the undersigned.
A. HILTON. BRYAN SNYDER,
Gen .Pass. Agt, Pass. Trf, Mgr.
St. Louis. Mo.
Ik F. DUNN, Dis’t Pass. Agt.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at El Reno. O. f.,
Sepu-rulier 30. 1901
Notice Ik hereby riven that the following
Mined am tier ha* fled not Ire of lib Intentioi
to ninkc final proof In support of his dUtu
and that said proof will l*- made l*-for* u«
Ha(j1mter anti Receiver f. 8. Land nihrt at
N Iran: Curtis, of Geary. O. T.. H £.
Southwest m of SvitldS
13 north. Range II sc^V
I5.3W. for the
lie Dailies the fullowluK witness to prove bis
Continuous residence upon and i-ulthatkiftof
said land, viz: .
William Me Jail re. Fran* II. Peek. Gbnqfre
W. Owen, John White, all of Geary. O. T.
Fhask (i. S|CKlbs. Register.
J. R. Womack, Prop.
Best Rigs, Best Teams,
Meets all Trains. Calls for,
Delivers Passengers to any
Hotel and all parts of the City
at reasonable prices.
Courteous ment to
all our Customers always
Telehoije Nhipber IS,
J. P. WISHARD,
Titles perfected. Cor-
. xtiifioudence solicited.
Pr. P. A. Edwards,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
. J S Vs S .
Fresh and Smoked Heats
3rd door east of Garvey's. Geary. Okla.
* K. K CORY,
The vnly Abstract Books In Blaine County.
Real Estate A Rent. ".Taxes Paid. Property
Keuted and Cared For.
All Communications Receive Prompt At-
Watonga, - Okla.
Ali correspondence given prompt
jpity unjTBidg, Oklahoma City.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Allpartiesdesiringtou.se the Lib-
erty Cemerty for burial purposes are
hereby notified that a permit must
be obtained from the City Clerk be-
fore any grave can be dug therein as
the cemetery is now City property.
All lot ow ners in the above cemetery
are hereby notified to register their
names with the City clerk and furnish
that olficer all the evidence of title to
same in their possession, and get a
deed to same. As no record of burial
has been kept, lot owners and all oth-
ers interested should us soon as possible
give the clerk the name, date of burial
and Inland bl<x:k used, to the end that
a proper record can be made. The
longer this is delayed the more diffi-
cult it will be to get such a record.
Attend to this at once, as it is to tlie
interest of ai) having friends buried
there that such a record be kept.
J. M. Waterman.
The Worst Form.
Multitude are singing the praises.pf
Kndol. the new discovery which is
making so many sick people well aud
weak people strong by digesting what
they eat, by cleansing and sweetening
tbe stomach and by t ransforming their
food into the kind of pure, rich, red
blond that makes you feel good all
over. Mrs. Cranfill. of Troy, I. T.,
writes: “For a number of years 1 was
troubled with indigestion and dyspep-
sia which grew into the worst form.
Finally I was induced to use Kodol
and after using four bottles I am en-
tirely cured. I heartily recommend
Kodol to all sufferers from indigestion
and dyspepsia. Take a dose after
meals. It digests what you eat.—At
Teeter’s & Son’s drug store.
DON'T PAY RENT.
Call and let us explain how you can
buy your own home with less money
than you are now paying for rent.
We are now ready for business and
will be pleased to explain our plan to
anyone interested.—The Inter-State
Benevolent Home Co., Geary, Okla.
A. B. CARRICK,
Blacksmith and Horseshoer.
Wagon work and general
repairing of all kinds.
Located in the old stand, west of the
Baptist church. Give me a trial.
"It Goes Right to the 8pot"
When pain or irration exists on any
part of the body, the application of
Ballard’s Snow Liniment will give
prompt relief. “It goes right to the
spot,’’said an old man who was rubbing
it. in to cure his rheumatism. C. R.
Smith. Propr. Smith House, Tenaha,
Texas, writes: “I have used Ballard’s
Snow Liniment in my family for several
years, and have found it to be a tine
remedy, for all aches and pains, and 1
recomend it for pains in the throat
and chest.” 25c, 50c and $1.00 at
Teeter & Son.
F. A. Thomas. R. \V. Thomas.
Lawyer and Notary Public.
F. cA. THOMAS jk
Real Estate and
MONEY TO LOAV ON FARMS.
DR. E. E. MILLER,
Over Farmers State Bank.
Cor. Main and Broadway.
GEARY. - OKLAHOMA.
POWELL & BROWNING
Physicians & Surgeons
OFFICE OVER BANK OF GEARY. ]
CISTERN AND WELL WORK,
M t ■ .* f J J f \
i dig ttud repair cisterns and wells at rea-
sonable prices. Lea ire orders at L. M. Hart-
ley's store, on North Broadway street. Give
me a trial and you’ll be4-ouvineed that I do
A. CROSIAR, Geary, Okla
Office at Teeter & Son’s
Calls promptly answered, day or night.
Phone 82. Gqarv, Okla.
The Most Direct Route
From either North or South, to the |
„ Famous Heatyt* Resort and
I can make you better rates on good
farm loaus than you can get elsewhere
and can close them up as quickly as
any one. M. EL Yixger.
Mothers regard approaching winter
with uneasiness, children take Cold so
easily. No disease costs more little
lives than croup. It's attack is so sod-
den that the sufferer is often beyond
human aid before the doctor arrives.
Such cases yield readily toOneM’nute
Cough Cure- Liquifies th^ mucus, al-
lays inflammation, removes danger.
Absolutely safe. Acts immediately.
Cures coughs, colds, grip, bronchitis,
all throat and lung trouble. F. S. Mc-
Mahon. Hampton, Ga.: “A bad cold
rendered me voiceless just before an
oratorical contest. I irttended to with-
draw but took One Minute Cough
Cure. It restored my voice in time to
win the medal.”—Teeter & Son.
The band boys will give a Big Min-
strel Show consisting of singing, dan-
cing, monologues, stump speeches,
sketches etc. Big time. Everybody
IS VIA THE
Under our care we are able
to give the sick the special
benefit of the most approved
treatment, medical and surgi-
cal. selected from the best sys-
tem of medication.
All calls answered promptly, day or
Office Phone 63. Residence Phone 64
Descriptive literature concerning
this delightful resort furnished upon
Passenger Traffic Dep’t.,
| Drink Pure Liquors at the
j Senate Saloon
They Keep the Best
Wines, Liquor and Cigars,
T. M. HODGSON, Proprietor.
t BUDWEISER BEER. FINE POOL HALL.
Davidson 4 Case,
LUMBER, LATH, SASH, DOORS, LIME, CEMENT
BUILDERS HARWDARB* GLASS, PAINTS
OILS AND COAL.
Give us a call if you intend toTwild.
C. E. MARVIN, Hanager.
S. A. BRAKE’S.
NfW SALOON |
Is open for busines with an unexcelled stock of y
Wines, Liquor Cigars, j
IMPORTED AND DOMESTH’ v
| Medicated Family Liquors Absolutely Pure.
Pat O’Connor, President, ■- A. T. Kruse, Vice-President
F. E. Gilmore, Cashier.
Farmers State Bank,
[Incorporated and Under State Control.]
We respectfully solicit the accounts of
Farmers, Herchants and Business Men,
and offer every accomodation consistent
with good banking . . ... . . .
the Best in
WINES AND WHISKEYS
Always on Tap.
First Published in Geary Bulletin November
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
r%l_ll irk t rr. j Territory of Oklahoma Blaine County, SS.
hULHllUK, I . | , Before A. B. Davis, a justice of the peace
" 1 in and for tbe town of Geary. Canadian town-
ship. Biainecounty Oklahoma Territory.
Abbj Lytnan. Plaintiff, j
, J vs >
J. ft. Sat ora Defendant. 1
Said defendant. J. B. Satora will take no-
tice that be has Iteen sued in the above named
court upon account dated October 15, 1SE.
due October 15. Mte with interest at 10 per
cent for tbe sum of tltLvfi. and must answer
the petition died therein by said Plaintiff on
«*_i» forv the -tth. day of .November like, or
S*a3 petition wiil be taken as true and a judg
, ment for-aid Plaintiff for the sum of S12.0G.
j 10 per cent intere-o. ootte and attorney’s
ft-es, and in the attachment therein had and
granted, will be rendered accordingly.
A. B. Davis,
• , _ Justice of tbe f^ace.
F. A. Thomas.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
To be published in the Bulletin tor three
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Stackhouse, Alfred C. Geary Bulletin. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 30, 1902, newspaper, October 30, 1902; Geary, Oklahoma Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1076894/m1/4/: accessed March 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.