The Geary Bulletin. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 16, 1912 Page: 6 of 8
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THE GEARY BULLETIN
CBAS. H. KOfT. Editor
Catered at tke pnatoflli-e of Oearjr. Oklal.o-
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CONGRESSMAN SECOND DISTRICT
I hHi ltf iiimiumv mi^lfsii s ( Ainliilsif for
riMMNniiMSttoN fnrCisimiM In Hm* AmMitl in*
I firt MiliJ> < t U» th#» «l«*t*i*lon of tlw
prinmr) I am jrmi«*ful for tin* lngli hon-
ors th«* Hiimlilirsim liiw h*'r**tofor»» t,onft,rri,i|
»»|»on Mi* rtto! I Hill hlglilj ap|»rvt |»ti* tli«'|r con-
II Pimm | suppfirt. lilrKt MoKt.AN
Wr *rr Miithnri*'*! to sniinunot tin* tmiin* off
Torn H. KnlUw ms a <*»n«li>Uit<' for tlitMinniinat ion
for (‘iwifD M from tti«* s»*rtunl ruiirrctaiiHisI
I'Utrirt nl Oklahoma. miUJhi to tlx* iliH'laioii of
!!»#• <l«*iii.m*rats at tba primaries.
REGISTER or DEEDS
I hereliy an it* >n lire ni) M>II a- a rand ntal n fur
thenfileritf Urgirter of Ikaata of Maine County
Hkla , miIijm i however, M Hm will nf file Krpub-
I lean voter-. In Ijc ex praam’,I at the I’Hmarie.
I*. K HIXCKLKY, Watonga. ok la.
Joint II l*Brrlah of IKirhtmk author!*-* ua to
atittouner lit in a- a rutididate for Keghrtcr of
lait|« ni lllaliu't'omit*. Milijft t te tin* (teoiaion
of the K-euhticitii prtinarie* to l«- h»l<1 Attgu»t ’•
I here I it announce mv-elf ns a eantlidittr for
lltn (idler of RrgUtrr of <I<mkU Utlliject In Ilia will
nfthe republican-a* ax|irc»»<Mt nt the will of the
rcpubHcati* a-cxpre—e’l at the prltnart Amru-i
•‘III, I.UJ I ptr-hr,- If noininaif,I andelcrtcl no'
to have a deputy at rttc county expcti-r \Y l‘
I hereby aiinoimee mi — If a- a candidate for
tlw Rcpntdiraii nniiiinatlou to -ucc—i iiiyueH
UEOROKW KKUtil SON
FOR CLERK Or DISTRICT COURT.
I will l»* a randiilaU* for dark of ihr District
t *»un of Hlaino riMinty tatty***! to tlio Kfpiihlicnn
primary. If noinhiMh'«l aii.1 i>I«m*i«h| | will run
ilu* oftln* without tlx* ni«l of ii «i»ntv. rirvpt
ilurlipf Ifrnik of r«»ttrt. or at me Ii time* a* tin*
volutin* of Irtisiiifs* In the nflltw alt*o1uti*ly «1i*
mamUIt. L. \\ WILH1TK
A Trip to Watonga
Wednesday of last week Mr*.
J. H. Dillon and I were invited
to visit Mrs. J. J. Morrison and
Mrs. Henry Douglass at Wa-
tonga. When we arrived on the
morning train Dr Kelley met
Mrs. Dillon, Miss Mattel Morrison
and myself and took us to our
destination the home of Mrs.
Morrison where we were agree
ably surprised to find awaiting
invitation to dine with Mrs. J. H
Wagner at the beautiful home
of Dr. Kelley. Her dinner was
an elegant four course affair and
ably presided over by the lovely
hostess with the assistance of
Miss Niles. After an hour or two
of social enjoyment with the
hostess and her invited guests
we were taken In Dr. Kelley’s
auto to the residence of Mrs
Henry Douglass where we par-
ticipated in a delightful repast
of cake and sherbet served by
her charming daughter, Miss
Ruth. Thursday at the home of
Mrs. Morrison we enjoyed a
lovely three course luncheon.
Covers were laid for eight and
each wish u’as gratified by the
hostess and her daughter, Miss
Mabel. The afternoon was spent
in a happy reminiscent way, of
the past and future and greatly
enjoyed by Mrs. Ed Warner, Mrs
Jamison, Mrs. Bruton and others
present. Dr. Kelley favored us
with an enjoyable auto ride after
borrowing a supply of gasolin^.
I could not at first realize the
lovely surroundings of the city,
its lawns are ao beautifully kept
both front and back- I was so
glad to find there were greater
things in and around Watonga
than the Fisher hotel, county
court house and county officials.
Hope my n^xt visit to our sister
one-third to I
reduce the price
[ one half
Alfalfa hay brings top prices I
when it is a bright [green color. | You will probably find wh*t|
half the total weight consisting you are looking for in this col*
| of leaves and the aroma ia rich Iumn- If you do not a want ad I
The first cutting should be j wd* ** f°r you.
made when not over one-tenth
Don’t Think We Are Boasting
of the plant come in bloom. If
the grower feels reasonably aure
sure of a weeks dry weather it
will pay to cut as soon as a few
plants have blossomed. This
w ill put the hay on the market a
week earlier. __ _____
To make alfalfa hay that will ****! and 8 ton# ot can©
bring a high price the plant afJand kaffir corn h*y »t $8 per
ter being cut must be exposed as
little as possible to the sun.
FOR SALE—I have a good|
refrigerator for sale cheap. Call |
i*i John D. Weber. Second
house west of school house. 47tf I
I have about 150 bushels of I
shelled corn to sell at 80 cents
stah* of okla'luiim. *
Hlaiiu* «*ouniy, » M
W I siiuliE. l»*inf fir*»t duly sworn. depone* - - --------- —-—-
uimI *rv». | mu n < aii.lt,tar-- fur the om.-e of r.-, - [ CltV Will not befive Vf>aN hf*nOP
Nii'r of ,ii,-,i. of main,, count). <>kia . ‘ in not oe nve years nence.
wt »o it,.-rxpuMi,*n prikinrio., »n<nf nomii, 1 must say a word about the
:«M.ii..:.vi«i,dox.innniy»».«r,1MU , w \ lovely blue grass, clover and
, Hi,, nfliiv Miibuul u deputy ut mum,
W. F. MIU’LTZ.
• SatMrriheri And *wnrn to belorv mo thin 11th
dm of Mu) , pit^.
1'*"“L. K.Troxrl. Notary Pul,lie
M) eiiiuml-doti expire, Jims Jud, Wit.
The City council paid out in
the neighborhood of $ 50 for ser-
vices of the members of the
county election board during the
recent city election . Why is
this necessary? The next legis-
lature sh uld see to it that county
and state election boards are done
away with as well as many other
useiess offices. There are many
ways in which our taxes could
be reduced and it must and will
There never was a time in the
history of Blaine county’ when
the Republicans has a better or
more promising prospects fora
general sweeping victory. The
people of the county are determ-
ined to have offices tilled with
men who will peform their dut-
ies in an honest, capable and
economic manner. The Republi-
cans have a majority of about
200 votes in the county and if we
name a ticket composed of this
kind of men they cannot help but
A well planned and complete
surprise was experienced last
Sunday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. I. K. Bringham when a
train of friends came flocking in
near the noon hour, numbering
118 with baskets laden with every
thing delicious that heart could
wish. At high noon there wras
a beautitul sight to be seen in
the dining room, there were two
long tables side by side laden to
the edges with delicious things
to eat and decorated with flow-
ers. The occasion being Mrs
Bringhams 49th birthday she re-
ceived many useful and beauti-
ful presents, among the many
were ten decorated plates and
many beautiful post cards. It
is needless to say that Mrs.
Bringham was not a little sur-
prised. After dinner pictures
if ere taken by Mrs. Blunck.
One Who Was There.
trees which surrounds the county
structure on its three sides the
store buildings on the other side
are very necessary. I saw a
prisoner or two looking out of
the court house windows above
I think it w’ould make each crim-
inal pause and worder why did I
commit this crime, why could I
not be contented and free to en-
joy nature in all her beauty.
Mrs. Kate Strong.
Escapes An Awful Fate
A 1W0 tongues could not ex-
press the gratitude of Mrs- J. E.
Cox of Joliet, III. for her wonder
rul deliverance from an awful
fate. “ Typhoid pneumonia had
left me with a dreadful cough.”
she writes. “ Sometimes I had
mch awful coughing spells I
thought I would die, I could get
no help from doctor’s treatment
>r other medicines till I tryed Dr
King.s New Discovery. But I
owe my life to this wonderful
remedy for I scarcely cough at
all now Quick and safp. its the
most reliable of all throat and
lung medicines. Every bottle
guaranteed 50c. and $1.00. Tiiil
bottle free. Rogers Drug Store.
$4,000,000 for Oklahoma
Oklahoma larmers should in
the 'next six weeks get four mil-
lion dollars from the sale of the
first cutting of alfalfa. The
country from the Rock Moun-
tains to the Atlantic is short of
hay and hay is bringing unusual
‘y high prices. Oklahoma farm-
ers will be the first to have any
arge quantity to market and
should market their alfalfa as
early as possible and in the best
possible condition considering the
There is an extreme shortage
of both cattle and hogs in Okla-
homa so the farmers can afford
to sell their first cutting of al-
falfa except the small amount
used for the work horses, The
money that this alfalfa will bring
to Oklahome farmers will come
in before the wheat money and
will make conditions better all
over the state. The better qual-
ity the hay the more money it
will bring and a little careless
handling among the growers wil|
ton. Henry Detweiler.
Pound for pound alfalfa leave.|rM^elis^er^Sin^row'lUtera
are worth four times aa much aa from *20.00 to *46.00 two row
the .terns: Where alfalfa is cut listen,. $00.00. These listers are
and allowed to cure in the swath guaranted to give satisfaction
the sun quickly kills the leaves _
and makes then, so brittle that a Wanted-To buy one second
large portion falls off. hand set of single harness. Also
The quicker the alfalfa plant to sell one set of second-hand
is thoroughly cured after cutting double work harnes*.
the better and guick curing can j F. W. Pinney
be secured by a method of hand-
ling that will keep the leaves sutl Eggs For Sale
of the sun. The hay maker who Full blood Barred Rocks and
gets the highest price for his hay White Leghorns. $1.00 per set-
handles the cut plant so to keep | ting of 15. $5 per 100, Mrs. E-
the leaves alive as long as possi-1 A Munday, Geary. Phone In-
ble. When the plant is growing, dependent line No. 12.
the leaves pump moisture from
the soil and evaporates it into For Sale
the air. After the plant is cut Some extra good black hulled
as*long as the leaves are alive white kaffir corn seen, $1.25 per
they are pumping the water out bushel Delivered at Hydro or
of the stem and evaporate it into Hinton. See sample at this
the air. If the leaves of the cut office. J. B. Bright, Hydro, Okla.
alfalfa plants can be kept alive ----
for 12 to24 hours they will For Sale
thoroughly dry out the plants I have for sale some pure bred
making good hayj If the leaves Buff Orpington cockerels,
are killed quickly by letting the Mrs. Will Crothers
hay lay in the swath, the water 33t5 Alfalfa Line 12
slowly evaporates from the stem ____
and it takes several days for the PaD OA.n c. , , „ „
f,rst cuffing to cure. The way 5
to keep the leaves alive is t» Good winter layers.
We know there are
no better groceries
sold than the kind
we handle. They
are good enough for
Because We Know
How and what to buy to please our cus-
tomers. Try an order today. Phone 86
Squires (0L Shawver
,T, ,J. ,1, (|! ,|) Iftlfr l|l 3, |Jl III III ill ,v $ g,
I MAKE YOUR HOUSE GLAD $
By giving it a coat of paint, it not only im-
proves the appearance of your house, but preserves
the building. In buying a paint, gel the best, and
one that is adapted to this climate. We carry
"THE LINCOLN PAINTS” which is a paint formula
made for this climate. Prices and quality are
right. Let us show you. . • . .
SMITH & SCHOFIELD LUMBER CO.
iOE PUGH. Manager TELEPHONE 68
keep them shaded.
The easiest way I have used
provided it does not rain is to
start the mower in forenoon af-
V. M. Pingrey
FOR SALE —Five head of
man uie mower in iorenoon ai- —
ter the dew has gone, follow the W01k horses from 1000 to 1100
-- - 'pounds, will sell on 7 months
J. A. Ryther
mower in 30 minutes with the
side delivery rake throwing two
windrows together putting mosti CTn.v„n „
of the plant nut of the sunlight. STRAYED-From my place
The next .fternnnn ,, I near High Prairie, one dark red
The next afternoon after the
mowing ground is dry and hot
run the side delivery rake to
throw the windrows over on the
bare ground where the heat wil
help cure the hay.
The only way that 1 haveJbeen
able to make good hay in show-
ery weather is to put it in tal
narrow cock for curing and just
before stacking open up these
cocks to the air and sun for a
couple of hours. This takes
labor but the extra price the hay
will bring often makes this met-
hod pay. — H. M. Cottrell Agri-
culture Commissioner R. I. Line
polled heifer coming year old.
Reward. John F. Coyle.
What Texans Admire
is hearty, vigorous, live according
to HugH Tallman, of San Antonio
"We find,” he writes "that Dr.
Kina’s New Life Pills surely put
new life and energy into a person
Wife and I beljeve they are the
best made. Excellent for stomach
liver or kidney troubles 25c. 2
Rogers’ Drug Store.
Rogers; Mammoth Jack
Rogers, a black mammoth
Jack, 15h hands high will make
the season of 1912 at the farm
one mile east of Geary. Terms:
$10. to insure colt to stand anc
Dressmaking and sewing of
all kinds in the neatest and most
Mrs. Purley Baker
In Overmire house 1 block east
of Free Methodist church.
. . First-Class Meals A Specialty . . .
The finest and most delicious
Bread, Cakes and Pies,
and all other Bakers’ Goods
Headquarters for Cigars and Tobacco
H. W. STAHLHEBER, • • ■ Proprietor
®**f ** •" C***- nTAtUINEO 1«Y**
Authorised toy the
Sum, to but oil
jONna gwrooteed or moaey refunded.
“ Cfemlc, limn ad Spnlal Diana.
nroeted H moll end ezprees. Medletnoo ml everywhere, tree from nu or
Chaiyeefow Over *0,000 oe.ee cured. Aye mad experience .”* tow>riVnt 8t?m ™r
0M0 end oead for term*. OoaeuUetloa two and confidential, per^nell, or by lltE/
I have pasture for 30 head of
cattle and 10 head of horses.
E D. Bohn
6 miles west and 1J miles south
of Geary- 4513
Sexual Debility, SjSKfX
follleo Md excess—e.u.lnc night looses
•ad lose of niuil power, pimples and
blotehea on the tees, confused ideas and
forretfulnees.be.hfulne.e end eversion to
oooloty, etc., oured for Ufo. 1 stop night
' looooo, restore sexual power, nerve nod
ferola power.enlarge and atrengthea weak
•arte aad make you fit for marriage. Bond
tor free book and Uat of qua.tlons.
■ «■■■■ atrumoate,nopata, no
doloatloa from bool nee*. Cura guaranteed.
I Booh and Wot of quaotlona froo-sent aaolad.
Pnoa Musxum or Awtomv roe Mbm Only
Misses Lena and Hazel Lane
of Nash,Okla arrived last Thurs-
day and will visit with their sister
Mrs F. C. Huff.
The Little Meat Market re-
ceives a shipment of fish every
0. R. McQuarters and family
have returned from Hubbard
Texas and are again residents of
Watonga has been rwarded the
Indian fair for the coming fall.
A black gilt, weight about 135
rounds- Came to my place on
May 3d. Owner may have same
by proving property and paying
for this notice. G. A Lehman
^MKRS HORSE RKMKDT CO., Central Bid*.. Knneee CU^mT
BIDDER Medlctae u a marvel; tte rTfllu tmr a tin
Box: I Boxes 16.00. COLIC REMEDY. II 60 te l vEwJPTf** **■
AUNO POWDER. 60s »57fi"aJ limfl iLa
wSgLte’T: laftuoBaa Ccflo '
® wa«Bo Mo Poo Bob, I Bum QMb wttli order, Afioti Wkito4
FOR SALE OR TRADE
ON* HUNDRXD THIRTEEN ACRE
FARM—35 acres in cultivation, aeven
room dwelling, two tenant houses, one
barn, never falling creek, 250 pear
trees, 500 apple trees, all bearing, a
fine corn and stock farm. One quarter
of a mile from station. A snap that
will soon be salable at four times the
present Price 92500.
T. J. BALLEW.
G. D. Montgomery of Watonga
was in Geary Tuesday.
The Little Meat Market has
just received a large shipment of
pickles of all kinds in bulk. They
ire nice and they want to sell
W. H. Erowfl*needs your shoe,
larnessand saddle repairing and
there are two men to do your
work promptly at very low prices
‘Old School” Methods Don’t Go
Any more among men who have learned about
the clever custom-tailored clothes delivered by
our famous Chicago tailors, are ud on all the
new methods in the art of reproducing the
latest fashions in clothes that fit you properly.
Their prices, too, are attractive. Get meas-
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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. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1076935/m1/6/: accessed March 26, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.