The Geary Journal. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 11, 1909 Page: 3 of 8
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Wesley Cooper was cutting
stalks t'he first of the week.
G. R. Berry and family were
trading in Geary last Saturday.
Mrs. J. F. Irving and children
attended Sunday school last Sun-
C. E. Kincaid and Guy Dol-
bear had business in Geary last
The High Prairie Sunday school
was well attended last Sunday,
there being a house full.
Mr. Taylor, the Baker Medi-
cine peddler, stopped with C. E.
Kincaid last Friday night.
Mr. Manning has leased the
Indian quarter west of L. S.
Soott's and has moved thereon.
George Turneus and Kincaid
now have phone service from
wires put on top of fence posts,
which works all right.
Mr. Eavy and grand-daughter
were in attendance at the High
Prairie Sunday school last Sun-
J. E. Coil, from Kansas, nephew
of Uriah Coil, has bought the
southwest quarter of section 16,
school land, and ha9 moved onto
Wesley Cooper, from north of
Watonga, is making his home
with L. 8. Scott at this writing
and will crop with him the com-
such other causes ap the intro-
duction of oil and gas as fuel.
The mines in Oklahoma are said
to be in a condition to produce
4,500,000 tons a year if they were
run to full capicity.
The production of coal in Okla-
homa in 1908, according to a re-
port by E. W. Parker, chief
statistician of the United States
Geological Survey, from William
Cameron, the supervisor of mines,
amounted to 2,843,303 short tone,
a decrease, as compared with the
production in 1007, of 22 or 23
per cent. This decrease is at-
tributed to the financial depres-
sion with which 1907 closed, also
THE NEW MODEL
has Type bars like
L. C. Smith & Bros. Typebar with
Gardnar Ball-Bearing Joint
Loilg Life—a typewrit-
er that defies wear. That's
doing good work as when
you bought it. That's an-
mized —most typewrit-
er troubles have been type-
BAR troubles. Anothei
Good-bye to Friction
—and that's what the Bali-
Bearings are for.
"ALL the writing ALWAYS la •iBht"
Mrs. Seth Welborn is on the
W. H. Hall was a county^ seat
J. O. Davis had business at
Rud Lion is visiting with Mr9.
Alexander this week.
C. E. Wood spent Sunday in
Lawton with his parents.
Mrs. McLain Rogers is teach-
ing the eighth grade thi3 week.
H. L. Guthrie transacted busi-
ness in Watonga yesterday.
Mrs. Taylor, of Waionga, is
the guest of Mrs. L. A. Holmes.
L. M. Hartley was on the sick
list with lagrippe the first of the
Mr. Mollencroph, of Darling-
ton, was transacting business
A. W. Johnson wa9 in Watonga
yesterday looking after the in-
terests of his clients.
If everybody bought nothing
bat the best, everybody would be
using THE ALTON GOODS.
Mrs. Barnes, of Verden, is at
ths bedside of her daughter, Miss
Grace who is quite ill with pneu-
Personal experience with a tube o*
ManZan Pile Remedy will convince you
it is immediate relief for all forms of
piles. Guaranteed. Sold by L. A.
Holmes & Co.
F. A. Thomas and family left
yesterday for Watonga where
they will make their home
while Mr. Thomas is making the
tax ferret for this county.
Protect yourself from inferior
goods by demanding from your
grocer "THE ALTON GOODS."
The ladies of the M. E. Aid so-
ciety will make a canvass of the
city Saturday, Feb. 13th, to col-
lect your old papers. Please have
Those of us who are alive now
should be thankful for it. Those
who lived fifty years ago could
not, but we can, enjoy THE AL-
Good wool faced collars, made
of good leather, at 82.25 while
they last. See them before too
late. Four hook sweat pad 25
oents. W. H. Brown makes ti e
harness he sells. Call get prices
and see them before you buy.
They were trying an Irishman,
charged with a petty offense, in
an|Oklahomatown when the judge
asked: "Have you anyone in
court who will vouch for your
good character?" Yis, Your
Honor," quickly responded the
Celt, "there's the sheriff, there."
Whereupon the sheriff evinced
signs of great amazement. "Why,
Your Honor," declared he, "I
don't even know the man!"
"Observe, Your Honor," said
the Irishman, triumphantly, "ob-
serve that I've lived in the coun-
try for twelve years an' the
sheriff doesn't know me yit. Aint
that a character for ye?"
The angel of death again visit-
ed our little city last Wednesday
and removed from pur midst Mrs.
Stella Turner, beloved wife of J.
W. Turner, and daughter of Mrs.
Evan Ogan. Mrs. Turner was
born on the 28th day of Decem-
ber, 1880, in Caldwell county,
Missouri. At the early age of
thirteen years she became a
christian and united with the
Brotherhood at Red Light church
in Livingston county, Missouri.
She was married to J. W. Turner
on the 20th day of March, 1903.
She passed away after a linger-
ing illness, on Feb. 3rd, 1909.
The funeral services were con-
ducted from the Christian church
on Thursday afternoon, by J. E.
Henshaw, after which the re-
mains were laid to rest in the
Mrs. Turner leaves behind ,her
husband and four children, to
gether with a host of loved ones
and friends, who mourn her loss.
Mr. Abraham is building
Flora and Walter Gates were
in Geary Friday.
H. G. Pettigrew has been haul
ing corn to Greenfield.
Harvey Hunt and Glen Mackey
visited with Ira McQueen Sun-
Miss Irene Hasbrook went to
Geary Friday evening and re-
Mr. Finch, of Oklahoma City,
was in this neighoorhood on
business last week.
Miss Bertha McQueen, who
goes to school in Geary, spent
Saturday and Sunday at home.
Miss Helen Hall, who is teach-
ing sohool at Hinton, visited with
home folks Saturday and Sun-
Misses Hally and Loda Kirk-
huff and Mary Arnspiger attend-
ed Sunday School at Edenview
Col. A. J. Hargrave is visiting
with his mother and friends here
J. W. Douglass and wife came
up from Apache last week to be
with Mrs. Douglass' mother, Mrs.
J. D. Strong, who is dangerously
Fend for the Book. h*« Ire*
IC Smith & Bros. T>pe*riter fomparo
No. 813 Delaware Street,
Kansas City, Mo
Since my father's death wehave
been unable to find a bill book
which he always cat ied. This
book probably contained some
notes and a small amount of
money. Any information regard-
ing same will be greatly appre-
ciated by the undersigned.
W. C. Geary.
Lots 11 and 12, in block 35 andi
lot 0, in block 9 all in the City of;
Geary. See Frank Ryel, Adm.
^ tfsed ty the **
We, the undersigned, desire to
express our gratitude to the many
friends, and members of the Ma-
sonic fraternity for their many
kind acts and loyalty to us dur-
ing the last illness and death of
our beloved husband and father.
—Mrs. Mattie Bogart and family.
City Marshal Allen was serv-
ing as a witness in some "booze'*
case9 at Watonga the fir9t of the
week. H. C. Heaston acted as
policeman during his absence.
C. E. Blackert and Niram Cur-
tis left Sunday for Guthrie Sun-
day night to attend Masonic
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The Geary Journal. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 11, 1909, newspaper, February 11, 1909; Geary, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc183208/m1/3/: accessed May 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.