The Geary Bulletin. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 16, 1912 Page: 3 of 8
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There are none of you, we are
sure that you would do anything
intentionally that would be de-
trimental to your aelf or commu-
nity yet a very few are being
deeieved and are thoughtlessly
doing this; by shipping their
cream to another creamery.
Take time to consider and inves-
tigate propositions made by out-
side concerns aud without any
exceptions you will all patronage
your "Home Creamery" where
the weight and test are absolute
ly correct and where the highest
possible price is al way paid fer
butter. Although outside con-
cerns may pay a little more at
first in order to get you started
shipping them. In a short time
they will either cut the price er
cut your test and you will reeieve
no more for your cream than yes
would at home; if the ereawery
here was to close down, outside
buyers would not be offering a
premium for your cream, quite
the reverse they would drop
prices back to where they were
before your neighbors erected
this creamery for the protection
of the cream producer. Is it
possible you have forgotten so
soon what the conditions were,
before the creamery here began
Last year prices were below
normal due as you all know, to
cold storage people holding their
butter until the unexpected break
in the butter, prices began de-
clining and the storage people
were anxious to dispose of their
entire holding as fast as possible
causing a flooded butter market
and the extremely low prices of
last spring and summer. We
are paying 25c. and will continue
to do so up to May the 16 th anc
probably until June the 1st.
The more butter we manafactdre
the less the manafacturing. the
cost per pound, hence, the more
butter we manufacture, the more
we can pay for butterfat; increas-
ing our out-put increases your
profits. Think this matter over
and next issue of this paper will
surely announce “No cream
shipped away from Geary." You
are all aware that quite a num-
ber of cows do not pay for their
board. A few such cows in each
herd will eat up the profit
you would otherwise realize
the good duds. The successful
dairyman always disposes of
these star boarders and replaces
them with profitable cows; there
is only one way of detecting these
boarders and that, is with the
Babcock test Call at the Cream
ery and they wilj explain how to
take sample do your testing
and assist you in ony other way
they can to make dairying more
profitable for you.
at the'tank throwing water onj THR CHURCHES*
her slowly burning clothes, die ‘
playing calmness and courage
not often found in much older
Human tongue can never tell
of the intense suffering she so
patiently endured. The good
neighbors, the kind physicians
and the loving heart broken par-
ents did everything possible to
relieve her suffering and save
her life, but all in vain, the ap-
proach of death came steadily on
and in the morn of one beautiful
Sunday while the birds without
were singing their springtime
stating songs and the wild flow-
__ in their riot ous growth were
filing the morning air with sweet
perfume, those watching by the
tadside within could all but hear
he rustle of a robe and the soft
mating of an angel's wing as
isr savior came and took her
In a beautiful casket coverec
with wreaths and flowers her
body was borne between four
young ladies dressed in white
At the Wesleyan Methodist church
near Etna the Rev Tynan spoke
words of kindness and sympathy.
The prayers that ascended to
heaven were freighted with
leart felt love and the hymns
were sang in Christian tender-
ness. After the service the pro-
cession went to Richland where
the earthly remains of this fair
child was laid to rest amid the
dreamland sleepers in the silent
city of the dead. We trust the
little hillock that waits her last
resting place will ever be at the
end of a rainbow whose brilliant
colored arch will span the dis-
tance between her grave and the
Sabbath school at 10. • m.
Morning worship at 11 a m.
Evening service at 8 p m.
All are invited and will be
W. J. N. Robertson, Pastor.
M. E. CHURCH
Preaching every Snuday morn
ing and eveing.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Special song And praise service
every Sunday morning.
Rev. Niles, Pastor.
Stave Or Heir Cat Call at
QUAVLK’S BAWaga SHOP
rirst-elaw workman. Every-
thin* clean an* up-to-date.
T. P. QUAYLE. Prep.
METHODIST CHURCH, SOUTH
Sabbath school, 10 a. m-
Preaching 11 a m.
Preaching 7,30, thirty minutes
song service. Everybody come
Prayer service Wednesday
Choir practice, Friday evening
at 7:30. __
Bible school 10 a. m. (Sunday1
Preaching and Communion ser-
vices 11:00 p. m.
Christian Endeavor Prayer
Meeting 7:00 p. m.
Choir practice Wed. 7:30 p. m.
Teacher’s training Friday 7:30
W. G, Friend, Pastor-
Services second and fourth .Mon-
day evenings of each month at
the Christian church.
Rev. H. Hopgood Fay.
Abstracts to any tracts of land in
Blaine county furnished on
C. F. DYER
Will practice in all court*
J. PROCTOR WISHARD
Practice in ail State and Federal
Office over First National Bank.
FREE METHODIST CHURCH
Sabbath school at 10^00 A. M.
Preaching at 7;00 P. M. Prayer I
home she has left, and let us i meeting 7;U0 Thursday, Song|
hope the connection will never
be broken until this loved and
loving family will be forever re-
united around the great white
B G. Shelton.
ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR
Hundreds of Geary Citizens Can Tell
You About It.
Services first and third Sun-
days 11. a. m. and 8:15 p. m.
Sunday School at 10 o'clock
Classes for young men ahd‘lad-
ies. Young People’s meeting
every Friday night at 8 o’clock.
W. J. Barker, pastor.
FOR ONE AND ALL OF THE FARMERS
We have the best line of cultivators there '
is In Blaine or Canadian county, and what la
best we have the price. We can sell you the
best two row lister cultivator there is made
for $45. And we have two row shovel culti-
vators for $48. Six shovel riding cultivators
for $27. and 4 shovel for $24. Walking for
$17. This is something that you cannot get
anywhere, and get all new standard goods.
Such as the Case, Buckeye and Morrison.
And hsve for the farmer and city folks
the nicest line of gasoline and oil Stoves you
would want to look at. As well as refriger-
ators and we want you to come la and take a
look at what we have In this line,for you will
want one when you see them. And don’t for-
get that we have most anything ydu may
ne.d in the hardware line aud if we have not
and you can't find It in town we will do all
we can to get it for you. Don't forget that we
have a few listers left and if you cant make
the old one work we will give you the best
price we have on them.
\ U iBiR KDW. CO. j
f* WAR LON The three first named are some of
PPAVRGV the best thoroughbred Percheron
wKAI gtallions to be found anywhere.
CHARGER Teddy, a mamouth, Missouri bred I
TEDDY Jack with good muscle and bone.
Terms: Charlon, $15.00, Gray Boy $12.50, Charger
----- Will make the season at
$12.50, Teddy, $12.50.
Turner’s Feed Barn.
3 Stallions and 2 Jacks
The Demon of The Swamp
are m osquitos. As they sting
they put deadly malaria germs
in the blood Then follow the icy
chills and the fires of fever. The
appetite flies and the strengh
fail; also malaria often paves the
way for deadly tyhoid. But
Electric Bitters kill and cast out
the malaria germs from the blood
give you a fine appetite and re-
new your strength. “After long
suffering’" wrote Wm. Fretwell,
of Lucama, N. C. " three bottle
drove all the malaria from my
system ane I’ve hae good health
eyersinje. Best ior all tt ma?h
liver a kidney pills. 50c. at
Rogers’ Drug Store.
Home endorsement the public
expression of Geary people should
be evidence beyond dispute for
every Geary reader ot the merit
of Doans kidney pills. Surely the
experience of friend and neigh-
bor cheerfully given by them will
carry more weight than the utter
ance of stangers residing in far-
away places. Read the following
0. A Ruckman, blacksnith, E.
Main St. Geary Okla., says "I
am a strong believer in Doans
Kidney Pills. I know fora cer-
tainty that they do everything
that claimed for them. A mem-
ber of my family has been un-
fortunate in being confirmed suf-
ferer from kidney complaint and
often practically prostrated with
backaches and other symptoms
following the attacks. Doans
Sidney Pills have done good
work in ridding this person of
these difficulties. I hardly know
what we would do without them.
Surely no kidney suffer can do
better than to give this medicine
For sale by all dealers. Price
50 cents- Foster-Milburn Co;
Buffalo New York, sole agents
for the United States-
Remember the name—take no
TlteMKkMMi of bri-eillim him l««un with my
stork, .ml 1 h.vi* for thr neai-on two Draft
Ai-n liiimn Stallions, one Coach ami two Jack-
which will make cite season of 1U12 on my farm
:i miles north anrt two miles west of lleary. ami
t 1-2 miles east a'hl three miles south of OJeen-
T AIN JACK is a dapple Kray, weight
l.TtJO, lit breedinK condition. $lt>to insure colt
to stand and stick. ...
_______ KirllKI.IKI Isa Jet^ Mack, star In forehead,
«nnip nut com ini: I years old wml will weigh between USW
mine oui I Usui hundred and l!»«l pounds when full)
developed. Terms: $12 'si to insure colt to stand
and stick. .
THOMPSON I'KRKIKR is a fine conch horse,
weight lliin. tnaliogauy liny with no white
I TKKMS-. $in. to Insure colt to stand and slick.
TT . I___v„„ n; Aa Alfalfa (U)I.IATII is a line black jsck with u mealy mwe
Hartley has some nice Alla,Ia This m my «i«i jack ami win
eppd ot j. low nrire I show colts with any other in tin* county, Ac
seea ai a low price. I,tlisl/l. i.i* <-<*•«<** teita
.selves. TKKM.w; $s. to Insure colt to stolid and
Rock Island Time-Table I Tim above ib‘--<'ril>e<i animal* are all sure foal
Betters. The Cotp-ii stallions colts already show
EAST-BOUND for themselves. The two draft horses will show
...... r I colts in the vicinity of Deary this spring.
No. 41 for Oklahoma City and MeAlester .>.1* a n I ,-onI*ITI«*>1^ • Money for services for the nbovi
No. t2 for Oklahoma City and Memphis »*pn .......-oils are fowled. Will lake
No. TM for Oklahoma City oral Shawnee H:15 p m I
The Church of Christ meets!
for worship every Lord’s day in
the court room. Communion ser-
vice and bible study at 11 o’clock.
Everybody invited to
and learn what the Lord has
said concerning salvation.
Makes New Friends .
Brings Repeating Trade
Coffee and Canned Goods Oar Quality Goods, fry them
NEW STATE GROCERY %£££"
Hen on mare and colt until same is paid.
Will not he responsible for accident* during
service should any occur, tail cure will Is- taken
No. 41 for Amarillo and Tucumcarl......7:l0an I to prevent same if possible. You may have th-
No. 43 ior Clinton and Sayre............*i:Jt) p n I ,,rlveVjre to change the mates from horse to
No. 7&I for Sayre.....................litOOmil jack If you so desire.
| 1'usittvclv no tsisine** on Sunday ■
No. 72* for Alva........................... :W> a m
No.,704 for Enid.............................. p in
No. 731 for Anodarkn....................0:10am
No. 703 for Iatwton aud Waurlko........" m
No. 727 from Alva (stop here) ....... H:,° >'111
No 732 from Auadarko (stop here)......> P 1,1 I
G. A. LEHMAN
Owner and Manager
I Telephone 212, North Cedar line
i* <- WELCOME GROCERY 4
vj*. Where Quality, Goods and Prices are right. We are certain
• , you will call again. ^
J. A. Barbier, Prop.
t Huff & McIntyre's
More than local notice was
taken of the suffering and death
of little nine year old Gladys,
daughter of John and Mary Wil-
son, who died near Etna in
Blaine county, April 5th, after
twenty days of terrible suffering.
While alone at the house in some
uncountable manner her clothes
caught fire and burning without
blazing her dre*s and other gar-
ments were entirely consumed
from below her hips up to and
across her shoulders and down
the back of each arm to the el-
bow. Whun discovered she was
W. H. Greenfield and son Fred
drove down from Greenfield las-1
Thursday. W. H. went to Okla-
Help A Judge In Bad Fix
Justice Eli Cheery, of Gillis,
Millg, Tenn; was painly worried.
A bad sore on his leg had baffled
many doctors and long resisted
all remedies. “I thought it was
a cancer." he wrote “At last I
used Bucklen’sJArnica Salve, gnd
was completely cured" Cures
burns, boils, ulcers, cuts, bruises
and piles. 25c. at Rogers Drug
All kinds of pickles and kraut
in bulk a4 the Little Meat Market.
We have moved our yard to
our new place on Broadway
We have everything usually
kept in an up-to-date yard
Where first-class work is
done. Union men employ-
ed. Located in the Bruns-
wick Pocket Billiard Rooms.
Best line of tonics in town.
Give us a trial.
PEARL RAGAR, Prop.
is the time
to go to
Go there and tone
np for the hot days
to come. You will
feel better, not
only this Summer
but all your life.
The Cost Is Reasonable
THE BENEFITS ARE WONDERFUL
Enquire as to
rates, train service, etc.
Is one of the nicest places in Geary to
Spend a pleasant hour at pool or billards
t Good Tables
I Cigars and Tobacco
i South Side West Main Street j
Pinney’s Meat MarKet
Handles a Complete Line of
Fresh and Cured Meats, Lard,
Telephone No. 135
IHt. I in*.
nkl» City OklA.
P. ) McCOY
1 ,<N'tiI AK«*nt.
THREE IS NOTHING
Too heavy or too light for us to haul*
All hauling done quickly
THe Bell Transfer Co
G. E. NORRIS. Prop.
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