The Geary Bulletin. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 18, 1911 Page: 1 of 10
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A Handsome Meshbag will be Given to the Young Lady Securing the Greatest Number Subscriptions for the Bulletin by Saturday,M ay 20
fHB Geary Bulletin.
VOL. 12. M 41
6EARY, BLAINE CIUITY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY. MAY 11. 1111.
MAS. I. RIFF, PttIUSKR.
A Grand Success
The ladieR of the second divis-
ion of the ladies Aid society of
It is about ths
event of the day in
this hot weather and
you might as well
get all the enjoyment out of it
possible. Good Bathing Helps
add to the pleasure of your bath.
We can supply you with fine,
1 -.-"c, -..oft sponges, firm, durable
f:A 1 rushes, pure bath soaps,
etc., ct right prices.
Rogers* Drug Store
which was greatly enjoyed by a
full house All who took part in
the program acted their parts
, _ . , j well and it was unaminously de-
the Christian church are receiv-
ing many compliments and con-
gratulations on the complete
'success of their May pole drill
and festival at the opera house
last Saturday evening.
1 The parade in the aft
was something unique and
represented a great deal of taste
a grand success. The
proceeds were $83.27.
A Good Proposition.
At the election held last Thurs-
day the people of the three
afternoon school districts in Canadian coun-
ty-55, 60 and 61—we believedid
. .... , , a wise act in deciding to com-
and work in the decorations on bine the three districts and build
the part of the young ladiee and , ltrfe ,choo| bujldinB jn the cen.
gentleman [or parents] »ho' ter and have a graded school,
participated. The Queen. Dorthjr, The geographic,| cenU.r 0, the
her carnage consolidated districts is 3 miles
directly east of Geary and the
! Lee Colby rode in
driven by Hobart Dillon. The
harness and carriage were decor-
atted and made a handsome ap-
Next come the carriage conti io-
| ing the six little girls who acted
as attendants to the queer.
They \yere: Jessie Rogers. Mary
Stephenson, Edith Stumbo,
Audra Morrison, Videll Carley,
I Opal Shawver. The boys were
j-Ellis Brann, Archie Brown
George Roff, Hilman Deam,
Roger .Ray, Marion Barney
They were followed by a pro-
building in all probability be
erected somewhere near Sharp’s
It is the intention at the pres-
ent to have the building com-
pleted for the coming winter.
They will probably employ a prin-
cipal and three teachers and the
pupils ot those districts will have
the advantages of a graded school.
A Big Indian-
Last Sunday Willie Franks
who lives north of Anadarko
JJAVE Bate Ball Bats, Mill,
Gloves, Balia and Base
Gall and see them when yon
are In need of any Sporting
Ban Marks' Old Stand
Took Wrong Team
Last Friday an Indian, Wolf-
head. who lives a mile west of
Calumet cpme to Geary and got
outside of too much ’‘fire water
marshal Leach told him ' ter go
home and he went down near
Turner’s barn and hitched Geo.
Owen’s team to the wagon and
started for home. He drove to
Calumet, we are informed and
offered the team for sale, but
ped, officers were sent out the
next day who found the horses
in the pasture, one with harness
on.-but the Indian could not be
found. Mr, Owens recovered
possession of his team without
Officers from Kingfisher county
were also looking for him on an-
Mr- and Mrs John Israel took
supper with Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
cession of little boys and girls' passed through Geary enroute to
carriages decorated with paper;Little Rock. There is nothing
flowers. The procession formed strange about this fact but he
at the opera house and marched ! weighs 642 pounds and measures
west on Main to Broadway and 7 feet around the waist. It re-
south to the New Geary and then > quires ten yards of goods to
back to the opera house. Three make him a shirt. He is on his
disinterested judges were ap-
pointed who awarded the prizes
The little girl with prettiest
vehicle, Florence Wright, 1 doz-
could find no buyer so he came
back as far as his place and stop-1W. Carter last Saturday.
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vehicle. Glen Leach, prize a
The most original ideas in* de-
coration was the Miller twfrv,
the prize a kbdak.
In the .evening an entertain-
ment consisting of May pole drill
recitations, music and tableaux
was given at the opera hpuse
way to attend the Convederate
Veterans association at Little
Rock in charge of a white man
who will put him in a show.
Willie is a Caddo Indian 25 years
of hge and was borp and raised
Garvey In St. Louis
B. C. Garvey left Saturday for
St Louis where he will meet J. J.
Cuff Mr Cuff has been attend-
ing a sale in the wholesale houses
and writes for Ben to come as
the wholesale houses are turning
loose of all their summer goods
regardless of price.
The Garvey brothers are look-
ing for these kind of chances
and will buy a large stock of
tummer goods cheap and their
patrons will receive the benefit
of these low prices.
They expect to have some rare
bargains on display in the near
” m £u.-b.v Witt,
He wears a 7 1-8 hat and a No. 8 *
The new city council held their
meeting hurt Monday. Besides
ordering some new sidewalks
built nothing was done but the
regular routine business. Every
thing passed off quietly and w
are safe in assuring our people
that we have a Ant claw fair
A V. Packer
Was born in Pennsylvania in
1821, and came west to Ohio and
afterwards to Minnesota and
Kansas, where he resided until
about 17 years ago when he
moved to Geary where he has
since resided until his death Fri-
day, May 12. He has always
been an active business man un-
til the last few years. He made
many friends during his resi-
dence in Geary. The body was
interred in the Sickles cemetery,
near Hinton on Sunday. He
leaves three children Thurman
R. and* Earl W. Packer of Geary
and Mrs. Arminta B. Zin of Hin-
12 dozen brooms this weel
each. Marriott's Variety Store.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C Shawver
have a nice little girl at their
home which arrived last Sunday Mayor Holmes, Geo. S. Peck-
It is said that Grandpa Squires ham, T- J. Stephenson and T. J.
is figuring on buying a new Ballew made a business trip to
i piano for the little lady. i Darlington Tuesday.
Anadarko Beats Geary.
The ball games Sunday and
Monday were interesting and
mum good plays were made ea
both sides although
boys ake eompelled to i
has k salaried■
and on Monday Hie visiting team
brought in 8 to 1- Our boy* art
entitled to credit for some of the
good work they done.
Mrs. R. H. Harl entertained
the Prifcilla club at her country
home eaat of Geary Tuesday
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Roff, Charles H. The Geary Bulletin. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 18, 1911, newspaper, May 18, 1911; Geary, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1076948/m1/1/: accessed February 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.