The Geary Bulletin. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 16, 1912 Page: 1 of 8
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ROGERS’ DRUG STORE
Repairs At Depot
Carpenters are at work repair-
ing and enlarging the Rock-
Island depot at this place which
will add greatly to its comfort
and convenience both to the pub-
lic and employees. What we
need is a new up to date brick
depot with all the modern con-
veniences. There is not a station
on the Rock Island between El-
Reno and the state line either
west or south that does as much
railroad business or which has
as many trains each day as
Geary and the Company owes it
to the town and to the traveling
public to furnish us better depot
Garvey Bros New
Garvey Bros have established
a rest room in their store for the
comfort and convenience of their
many visitors. It will contain
all the pleasant and comfortable
features obtainable. It will be
provided with magazines, news
papers and all kinds of reading
The body of An thony Go row
wan found hanging to a mulberry
tree on Mrs Jaa. Crothers farm
9 miles southeast of Geary Thurs-
day morning of last week about
ton o’clock. He had evidently
committed the deed sometime
during the night before. He had
procured a halter rope and threw
it over with a loop. It is said
that his mind had been affected
for some years, caused by sun
stroke- He at one time was con-
fined in an asylum. He had a
farm of 3201 acres. But about a
year ago he and his family di
vided the land he taking one
quarter and the family the other.
He leaves a wife and twelve
children, eleven girls and one
The funeral was held at the
Catholic church in Geary las
Saturday conducted by Father
Schaffer and the remains interred
THE AMERICAN STATE BANK
he only safe scheme. Is the schemeof H
H 'y .................................
0 A laying away a little money each week
in a Bank like ours. Ours ia the people's £
bank and we want you to be with ua and feel H
that thi8 ia your place of business. H
Come in today, your money ia protected §
by the Depositors Guaranty Fund of the g
State of Oklahoma. We are prepared to g
give you quick service In the way of farm g
loans and will be glad to help you if In ©
need of a loan.
We have a number of Subscriptions to
the Oklahoma Farm Journal and if you are
not a subscriber come in and get one twice
ip the Gear y cemetery.
1C. M. Brake has the rope with
prhich the hanging was done on
display at his store. It was taken
matter, and during the hot from a halter and one end was
weather they will have two elec- wrapped around the tree twice
Train No. 42 which passed
through Geary going east at 9
• .’clock went into the ditch abhut
our miles this aide of Calumet
last Wednesday night Engine
aggage and mail can, and two
coaches left the track and
. bout 200 yards of track was
torn up. No one was hurt ex-
cept the mail clerk who was in-
jured internally although not
dangerously. The passengers
were considerably shaken up.
The Northern train was sent
to take the passengers around by
Anadarko, Chickasha to Okla-
homa City. As near as we can
learn a soft track bed waa the
cakse of the wreck-
trie fans] The Garvey Bros are
up to date and they go their
limit for the benefit of their
and laid over the knot to hold it,
the other end was made into a
slip loop and placed around the
neck- He could'have reached
the ground with his toes or have
reached a limb on the tree. But
County Treasurer and Mrs. J,
J. Morison came from Watonga™ neither^
Tuesday and spent a day with
their daughter, Mr.. E. B.l The WwltajClub met and
Shawver and went from here to were entertained by Mrs. John
Elk City to visit their daughter,! H. Dillon Tuesday afternoon.
..... There were about fifty ladies
present and an elegant lunch
THE AMERICAN STATE BANK
Mrt. Gault Entertain! lunch was served in a manner
In response to invitations on a
card with a hand painted flower
on the upper left hand corner a
number of the friends of Mrs.
which gsve great credit to the
h os toes. It was a very enjoyable
Mrs. J. B. Clark and family.
Shoes, Shoes, at Hallenbeckii
B1UilfW w ____ _____________ F-G. Dennis has moved his.
F. M. Gault gathered at her j office from the building opposite
spacious home yesterday after-j the poet offlee Into the office of
noon and were delightfully en- j Preston A Moores,
tertained with music, readings, ^ .
etc., after which a delicious' Strew Hats at
SHOE DAY! SHOE DAY!
For Men, Women and Children
NEXT SATURDAY, MAY ISTH
SStoSdS™ ?hi1S&on with Mr. Cuff purchased a $10,000 bffl
2?ve'*8m"erchMt ™nTpurch^ such as ,t5s. We can truthfully say that we
were as surprised as you will be when you see these shoes at the prices we
arC toUowinl^re just a few prices to give you an idea of what you can buy
shoes for next Saturday.
thn wnS^^s8£DAT"nn&: MticSstraitt thot jfix^oolii£e*co««r hMSohMMid’S^
MMEfSffim-nffiSE AKE ALL GOOD SHOES. WE ARE BACK OF THEM
GARVEY BROS., D. G. STORE
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Roff, Charles H. The Geary Bulletin. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 16, 1912, newspaper, May 16, 1912; Geary, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1076935/m1/1/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.