The Journal (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 21, 1918 Page: 3 of 6
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GET READY TO BUY FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN BONDS.
THE JOURNAL, THU RSDAY, NOVEMBER 21 1918
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Have You Visited Mobley’s Big
Reduction Sale Get?
If not have you asked those who have? Get our prices on Ladies and Childrens
Coats, Dresses, Etc. Coats as cheap as $3.98, worth $10.00. Other things in
proportion. Be sure and visit our store while our stock is so complete, and do
your Christmas shopping at MOBLEY’S STORE.
NEW COUNCIL OF i
CAMPAIGN FOR MEMBERS
ON NEXT WEED ALL
OVER THE COUNTY
WE WILL PAY a straight salary of
$35.00 per week for a man or wo- _
man with rig to introduce Eureka Next we#k l8 the date set by the
Egg Producer. Six months contract new County Council of Defense for
—-Eureka Mfg. Co., Erst St. Louis. |nformatjon reaching ub this week
Mo._______a county-wide membership drive and
EOR SALE—Good White Wyandott i J8 to the that
Rnnotprs V M **ingrv Oearv been appoined for each precinct
Oklahoma route ••"b” (39 2) Just as former drives have been car-
Oklahoma, route B ._ <39 j Jrled out _ and that every person
FOR SALE—Full set of Chadman's j in the county will be given an oppor-
Cyclopoedia of Law in thirteen J tunlty to become a member of the
volumes; cheap. Call or address , Blaine County Council of Defense by
this office for further information.tf signing the loyalty pledge.
The drive will start November 25
$ * 'i\
FOR SALE—Ford touring car, in
good condition; 1918 model; run
about 2,500 miles. Sled Allen, Gea-
ry, Oklahoma. (40-tf)
—MEN’S WINTER CAPS. 65c up
to $2.00, AT MARRIOTT’S RACK-
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Paul were out
from Shawnee last Sunday visiting
The wagon bridge across the Ca-
nadian has again been opened to the
public. Workmen are now busy al-
so putting in three steel spns, re-
placing the old wooden ones, which
should prove much more substan-
clal han the old.
—CHRISTMAS BOOKS AT MAR-
RIOTT’S RACKET STORE.
Joe Marriott, who returned to the
city last week after a several months
absence, has resumed his old place
in he Marriot-Griffln Hardware firm.
It looks quite natural to see Joe
navigating the streets again. He says
he is back to stay and expects his
family here soon.
and the purpose of continuing the
work now that the war is practi-
cally over is that the services of the
council of defense will be badly need-
ed during the next year, which will
probably be the most vital of all the
reconstruction period. Don’t imag-
ine there is no longer serious work
for the council of defense—or that
your support of that body will no
longer be necessary—because such
will not be the case.
The list of Captains for the drive
Cimarron—S. H. Kratz.
Canton—O. P. Willis.
Homestead—S. H. Cunningham.
Seay—J. G. Parrish.
Flynn—J. M. Enloe.
Liberty—S. C. Masters.
River—W. S. Payne.
Lawton—O. E. Weitz.
Wells—J. W. Loewen.
Cedar Valley—J. H. Shultz.
Arapaho—J. R. Whlsler.
Watonga—W. H. Phillips.
Logan —Jim Ryther.
We find a surprising number of people in this city are constantly
looking for Stationery a bit different from the sort they can obtain just
“anywhere” they happen to be.
For some time we have been educating our patrons to expect to
find our stationery department a dependable source of supply for some
very unsusal ideas in stationery-
We pride ourselves that this department, in common with all the
others in our store is constantly abreast of the times and that here one
can find stationery with an individuality so difficult to obtain at the ordi-
nary stationery store.
Come in and let us show you some of the attractive and original
designs—things you’ll be proud to use in your correspondence.
-MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT—1
ROGERS DRUG STORE
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LIFT OUT YOUR CORNS
Apply a few drops then lift eorne or
calluses off with Angara—
No humbug! Any corn, whether hard,
soft or between the toes, will loosen
right up and lift out, without a particle
TO THE PUBLIC
Becuse there has been been some
misunderstanding regarding the a-
greement or contract made between
P. V. Ragar and myself at the time
I purchased his barber shop in Gea-
ry. I wish to publish the contract
herewith, so the public may judge
for itself.—H. H. CASH.
August 6, 1918 — AN AGREE-
MENT BETWEEN P. V. RAGAR
. . „ . . GAND H. H. CASH.—I, P. V. Ragar.
drug is called freezone and is a party of the first part do agree not
compound of ether discovered by a Cin- to put in a barber shop n Geary,
cinnati man. • 1 Okla., against party of the second
Ask at any drug store for a small part. 1 also agree not to work in
bottle^ of freezone, which will cost but Hajd town specified above, unless for
him or with his consent, unless he
wont agree to pay a percentage of
P. V. RAGAR.
H*. H. CASH.
Witness— Mack W. Litzman.
of pain or soreness,
a trifle, but is sufficient to rid one’s
feet of every corn or callus.
Put a few drops directly upon any (T^'per'^ent
tender, aching corn or callus. Instantly j
the soreness disappears and shortly the 1
corn or callus will loosen and can be
lifted off with the fingers.
This drug freezone doesn’t eat out the
corns or calluses but shrivels them with-
out even irritating the surrounding skin.
Just think! No pain at all; no sore-
ness or smarting when applying it or
afterwards. If your druggist don’t have
freezone have him order it for ypu.
There will be a pie supper an:l en-
tertainment at the Fairvlew School
House ll/„ miles east from the S.E.
corner of town on Wednesday night,
November 27th. Program consist-
ing of music, dialogs, songs and re-
citations will be given. Proceeds go
(Publshed Nov. 20-27, Dec. 4-11-18) j for the benefit of the school. All
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE are cordially invited.
COUNTY OF BLAINE AND
STATE OF OKLAHOMA
JOSEPH RICHARDS. Plaintiff
A. M. RICHARDS, Defendant
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
The State of Oklahoma to A. M.
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to thank all our friends
; and neighbors who so kindly assist-
j ed us in the death and burial of
our belived father and husband.
MRS. RUPHENIA HARMON
— VISIT TOYLAND AT
UIOTT’S RACKET STORE.
Bob Potter has rented the build-
ing formerly occupied by Dr. Milli-
gan as a sanitarium and will make
it his home.
Henry Stahlheber is In the city
John Carpenter has been ill for
several weeks now.
Quite a number of Geary people
' drove to Lawton last Saturday to see
the artillery review and "peace” cel-
—BUY YOUR WINTER GLOVES
AT MARRIOTT’S RACKET STORE.
The revival meeting which was to
have started at the Baptist church
last Sunday has again been post-
poned. »At the last moment a mes-
sage was received from Rev. Gar-
ret, the evangelist stating that be-
cause of the illness of his wife he
could not come. It is expected now
the meeting will begin about the
middle of December.
Mrs. Gail Powell, of Shawnee.was
here last Sunday visiing her par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. L. Waller.
| The big well which has been in
! course of construction north of the
j, city for some time is now about
| completed. Soon the city will have
: an almdfet inexhaustable supply of
The ladies of the Eastern Star at
Their meeting Tuesday evening vot-
ed to donate $5 to the Red Cross,
$10 to the United War Work cam-
paign and $10 to the Y. M. C. A.
Five members of the G. H. 8. foot-
: baal team augmented by an assort-
ment of second team men went to
Hinton last Friday where they were
beaten yes, we said" beaten” —
9 to 0.
Don’t Be Mislead About Gasoline
Gravity does not indicate the quality of gasoline. Specific gravity is important, of
course, but what really counts, what really determines the miles per gallon, is Volatility
and End Point.
means the point at which a liquid vapor-
izes. You can readily see that the gasoline
which vaporizes at the lowest temperature
will be the quickest to explode. Therefore
a low vaporizing point means quickness
and ease in starting your car
is the temperature at which a quntity of
liquid stops vaporizing. Therefore the
lower the End Point, the longer and more
uniform the explosion, the smoother your
car will run and the more miles per gallon
of gasoline you will get.
Richards, Defendant: j AND CHILDREN.
You are hereby notified that the
plaintiff, Joseph Richards, has filed | Mrs. E. L. Lounsbury reports
his petition against you in said ; that her pupils (the seventh grade)
court at Watonga. Oklahoma, and have purchased $290.25 worth of
that you have been sued by the plain- Liberty bonds and thrift stamps dur-
tiff on said petition in said case, and ing the current month and that they
that unless you answer said petition , purchased $133.75 last month. This
on or before the 2nd day of Janua-|is really an excellent report and it
rv. 1919, said petition will be taken ’ reflects credit upon both teacher and
as true and judgement will be ren- pupils.
dered accordingly, the nature of said--
judgement being an absolute divorce The I*. K. O. club held its regular
from you. and brring you from any meeting at Mrs. Wulter Mobley’s on
or (he plaintiff, and for such other , Monday. Mrs. Strong read an in-
right. title or interest in the property terestlng paper on’’Origin of the Red
and proper relief as may to the , Cross” and Mrs. E. R. Lehman also
court seem just in the premises. entertained the club with an excel-
Witness my hand at W’atonga. Ok- lent paper on “Our First Thanks-
luhnma, this 20th day of November, giving." Eleven members were pres-
1918. ent. It being educational day the
T. P. QUAYLE. Court Clerk.
By MAMIE PITTS. Deputy.
usual collection was taken. The
next meeting will be in two weeks
with Mrs. Sam Montgomery.
“the gasoline with the punch”
is low in Volatility and End Point It gives the most miles per gallon for automobiles
and the greatest power per gallon for stationery engines.
A full line for automobiles and tractors.
See the Crew-Levick agent today.
the satisfactory kerosene for tractor
fuel and lighting purposes.
Sold by reliable dealers everywhere
CREW LEVICK COMPANY
SLED ALLEN, Geary Agent
Oklahoma Division Office—Herskowitz Building, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
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Benson, Frank. The Journal (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 21, 1918, newspaper, November 21, 1918; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1078478/m1/3/: accessed December 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.