Geary Bulletin. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 20, 1902 Page: 6 of 12
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ASK THE TELEPHONE GIRL
For the correct l ime.” Mow often
have you done that because the
clock in the kitchen said one time
while the one in the library said
another and the one upstairs is al-
ways an hour or so out of the way.
Seem only reminders of the fact
time Hies. They make no attempt
at accuracy. If you have that
kind let us regulate them. If
they are not worth it, we have
some reliable timekeepers at very
L. A. Holmes & Co.
At Ostrander’s drug store.
We have located in Geary permanently and are
prepared to do your tailoring in first-class style.
We also clean and press clothes. Satisfaction guar-
anteed. Cotjie and see us.
One door west of Richardson’s hardware store,
south side Main street, Geary, Oklahoma.
(lus Hade! is working In Cowger’s
Furnished rooms for rent. Inquire
of Mrs. Geo. E. Townsend.
Miss Martha Powell, of Nicely, spent
last week with her father in Geary.
Look out for the Manila Cafe. We
have removed four doors north of the
Harsh \ Co. have cow peas, Spanish
and Tennessee peanuts, alfalfa, blue
grass and burmuda and all kinds of
field and garden seeds.
Fou Sale ok Tkadb.— 1 have a 3-
vear-old Jack that I would like to
s<-|| or trade for young stock. See me
one mile west of Judson. C. S. Ul-
Fred Trodd and Joe Marvin were out
In the country looking for geese Sun-
day, or at least that is what they told
us when we asked them where they
Lost A money purse containing
$32 and a few cents, between Geary
and Sprote’s store. A liberal reward
will be given to the finder, who will
please, leave it at the Bulletin office.
I am a poor man and need the money
badly. Chailes W. Perfect, Mainlce,
A Private 8anitarium for the Treatment of
all Non-Contagiou* Medical and
Its cuisine is that which is best
adapted to the feedingof the sick, and
its operating and treatment rooms are
fitted with all the modern instru-
ments and appliances known to surgi-
cal science. It contains complete bac-
teriological, pathological and x-ray
laboratories. The x-ray laboratory is
fitted with all the latest and best
known machines, tubes and electrobes.
' We cordially invite all interested to
visit and inspect the sanitarium.
Chas. T. Wall, Supt.
M. Lingenfelter. our nurseryman,
has decided to make every property
owner in Geary a present of ten shade
trees this spring. Go and get your
t rees, put them out and care for them,
then add more to those and beautify
your place. *
Cppr1 OfltCt1 have about (too
yJi*. la oushejls of good
seed oats for sale at (10c per bushel.
Call at farm, two miles west and two
miles north of Geary.
35-2t .Iksnk SiKVKit.
K. C. S.
Kansas City Southern Railway.
“STRAIGHT AS THE CROW FLIES” FROM
KANSAS CITY TO THE GULF.
Cp-to-date service in connection with the C. O. G. R. R.
Via Howe from points in
Oklahoma and the Indian Territory,
Texarkana, Shreveport, Beaumont, Lake Charles,
Port Arthur, Fort Smith, Neosho,
Joplin, Pittsburg and
— KANSAS CITY_—~
And via its direct Connections at Kansas City to
ST. JOSEPH, OnAHA, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS
J. II. MORRIS. T. P. A.. S. G. WARNER, G. P. & T. A..
Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo.
Grandpa Cox is about the same.
Elmer Hause is able to be up and
We are having some cloudy weather
Mr. Sanders sold a bunch of sheep
J. R. Smith is getting up his sum-
Miss Janie Scott spent Sunday with
Miss Eliza Wilson.
II. II. Rodman is hauling straw from
I)e Graves’ this week.
Guy Scott returned from his claim
in Custer county Monday.
John Williams closed his trade for
the Sturgis school lease last Saturday.
Win. C. Frazee has rented A. B.
Mackey’s farm for the coming season.
Levi Lehman was hauling baled hay
to George Gilroy’s, at Bridgeport, last
There was no literary last Saturday
night on account of the box supper at
The M. W. A. Camp had some work
for their goat Friday night. Mora
Stevens was the yictim.
Spring must be about here for the
book and insurance agents are calling
on everybody in the conntry.
George Cox spent Monday evening
with S. A. Frazee and wife, talking
over old times in Kansas and Illinois.
Frank Hamilton returned to Okeene
Monday. He will probably return to
his home at Alleghany City in the
J. F. Irving and J. H. Law made a
trip to Elmer Hause’s Sunday to see
how he was. They found him getting
H. II. Rodman was canvassing the
neighborhood the first of the week
witli a view to organizing a Royal
Quite a number of young people
from this neighborhood attended the
last ball of the season at the Leininger
hall, the first of the week.
Henry Lewis went to Geary Wednes-
day evening after his brother, Benton,
who was expected arrive from Kansas
City, where he has been receiving med-
Charley Thompson and another fel-
low passed through Richland the other
day bantering everybody they saw to
buy them out. Nothing that was of-
fered suited them.
Mr. Hughes, a carpenter, who lias
been working in Geary for the last
year was brought home the first of the
week in rather a critical condition. It
appears that he had fallen from a
scaffold while at work.
Bad colds is the pest of the neigh-
borhood at present. All of Win, C.
Frazee’s folks are complaining, except
the old gentleman. Dessie, his small
daughter, has had to stay home from
school most of the week on account of
a cold and sore throat.
Meat and corn thieves appear to be
nourishing in and around Judson. One
person had kil[ed a large hog and left
it hanging outside for awhile to coo],
but when lie went to take it in it was
gone, and another’s side-meat walked
away. Another person had some corn
stolen. A good strong deadfall or a
trap might come in good play.
The box supper at Edenview wasn’t
to be sneezed at. Look out, they’re
coming. The program was splendid,
the acting good, and we think they’ll
mount the stage soon. The only bad
feature in it was that there was not
boxes enough to go around, and C. E.
Kincaid got Aunt Lou McQuire’s box
which caused a slight disturbance for
a few moments.
CLOSING OUT SALE
Saturday, Feb I, ’02
We will close out, at cost, and below cost, for cash,
our entire stock of
Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps,
Boots, Shoes, Gloves
Everything in the Dry Goods line must be sold.
We will insure prices that will make them move.
Yours for business.
L. N. HARTLEY, Geary, Okla.
1 will have my spring opening on
March 15, 1902. My hats, flowers and
t rimmings are of the latest and up-to-
date in every way. I want to see all
my old customers and many new ones
on that day. and those who cannot
come on the 15th will be welcome at
any time. I sincerely thank you all
for past patronage and solicit a share
of your future trade.
33-39 Mus. Anna Stahl.
L. 1*. Michel is erecting a tine resi-
dence in the west part of town, south
of tile school house.
Bulk Seeds -Harsh & tv. are
headquarters f»r all
kinds of bulk seeds. See their stock
and prices before buying.
The following is a list of ^letters
postal cards and parcels remaining
uncalled for at the postoffice of Geary
Blaine Co. Oklahoma, for the week
ending Feb. 8, 1902. When calling for
same please say advertised.
John W. Deam, P. M.
Billups, J T: Carter. J F: Cooper,
Mrs Rettie; Curd, Wilson; Gray, H A;
Davis, Schubert: Johnson. Homer;
Lanham, H; Lewis, W S: McCaskey,
Miss Ada, 2: McDermed, C F; McDan-
iels, G R; Miller. Sam’l E: Nickle,
Clarence A: Nye, Miss Gertie: Redding
Miss Yolande: Utterback, J I); Wise,
Caesar Conquered Britain.
Malaria was conquered by Simmons’
Liver Purifier (tin box.) Protected
from moisture,dust and insects. Clears
the complect ion, cures constipation,
aids and corrects action of the liver.
Geary has been surrounded by a
Gypsey camp this week. Fortune tell-
ing seemed to be .their specialty and
they were working at the business.
The Livestock Indicator is a week-
ly farm journal, one of the best pub-
lished. We furnish it and the Poultry
Journal, Special Farmers Institute
and the Bulletin.all one year for $1.00.
A MOST LIBERAL OFFER.
All our farmer readers should take
advantage of the unprecedented club-
bing offer we this year make, which
includes With this paper The Live
Stock Indicator, its special Farmers’
Institute Editions and the Poultry
Farmer. These three publications
are the best of their class and should
be in every farm home. To them we
add, for local, county and general news,
our own paper, and make the price of
the four one year only $1.00 to all
who come in and pay up to date and
renew, and all new subscribers. Never
before was so much superior reading
matter offered for so small an amount
of money. The three papers named,
which we club with our own, are well
known throughout the West and com-
mend themselves to the reader’s fa-
vorable attention upon mere mention.
The Indicator is the great agricultural
and live stock paper of the Middle
West and Southwest; the Poultry
Farmer is the most practical publica-
tion for the farmer, while the Special
Farmers’ Institute editions are the
most practical publications for the
promotion of good farming ever pub-
lished. Take advantage of this great
offer, as it will hold good for a short
time only. ■ Samples of these papers
may be examined by calling at this
L. J. Downey, President.
S. E. Carkieb, Sec. & Treas
Downey lumber Go.
Lumber, Shingles, Sash,
Doors, Blinds, Etc., Etc.
Lincoln Paint and Color Co’s Absolute Pure Paints,
Oils, Brushes and Glass.
LATh, LIME, CEMENT AND HARD BRICK.
W. L. HANKINS, Mgr.
he undersigned are now prepared to drill wells, any
depth, and guarantee satisfaction. We can do your work
on short notice. If you are figuring on drilling a well let
us figure with you.
Geary Transfer Co.,
C. E. NORRIS, Prop.
can get any *kincTof a*'dray at any time’ "l^r da^cahlfrinreJ\ua ranteed- You
night. Phone 33. All calls promptly answeml * Phone 62 anch for
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Stackhouse, Alfred C. Geary Bulletin. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 20, 1902, newspaper, February 20, 1902; Geary, Oklahoma Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1076912/m1/6/: accessed April 25, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.