The Geary Times (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 24, 1917 Page: 4 of 8
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THE GEARY TIMES
Stored aa Mcood cIm mail Oct. M. 1*12. at po«t
v(Bm at Gaarv. Okla.. under act of March S. 1K7*.
i'lllmlo ivht tm'*sda t at cIMV. bUIK
County. Statk or Oklahoma
THE SEGER PUBLISHING COMPANY
NEATHA H. SEOER
JESSIE MATTOOM SEGER
PabarrlptioB. per «ar. (cash In ad anc« Sl.Ot
Pabacript ion. i* montha. (oaah in advance) . .H
ftNapity Ad*ertiain*. pot Inch U
A good rain is needed very
much for the wheat especially on
account of the cold backward
Samuel Rensser of Mound
Ridge, Kansas arrived here Sat-
urday night for a visit with his
sister, Mrs. P. P. Krehbiel, and
Farmers and Stockmen
ITEMS AND STORIES IN INDIAN ENGLISH
NEATHA H. SEGER. Ediu.
After all that punitive expedition
may not have been all lor nothing
General Pershing Who led it has
been selected to command the
soldiers who will carry the stars
and stripes to France.
TEDDY 's a f'ne black Percheron Stallion,
•wer. mm. r. r. ' 3 y«ari old, lUgittarad in the books ol Ptrch
some of his old time friends. On aron Society of America, Chicago, Illinois, No. 112768,
m j_.. fr r This an excellent horse and I want to have you see him before
you decide where you will do your breeding this year. He is worth
your time to see and learn about.
FotS $12.00, to insure colt to stand and suck. Service is due
when colt is (oalded or at once if mare is parted with or about to be
removed from the county where owner lives. Care will be exercised
to prevent accidents but I will not be responsible should any occur.
nilQi Y The sam# W#M kl,#wn 1 hav# ha* *or
' the past throo seasons—You Know him—$10.
There it no immediate danger
of invasion of the United States
and though we are at war now bus-
iness should not be greatly disturb-
ed during the coming year. Every-
body should keep their heads and
push business as hard as possible.
Tuesday morning he left lor
Cherry vale, Kansas where he has
an oil well, with L. A. Holmes,
J. O. Davis, P. P. Krehbiel and
Marshal Frasier is the contract-
or who is building A. E. Logan-
bill's large new barn.
Mrs. Capt. Coil and children
came over from Banner last Fri-
day to visit with home folks,
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Smith.
Ely Smith, wife and children
from Marshall, Oklahoma were
here to visit his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. H. Smith one day last
H. I. Crosson and Guy Mat-
thews are doing a splendid job of
grading the roads.
Linneaus Lehman spent last
week out on the Ozark Trail road
with "the gang." He had his
team and wagon and camped out
with the rest of them.
Miss Orrivilla Loganbill has
Alexander Yellowman heard
by talk to Creeping Bear on tele-
phone, last Thursday, that Al-
fred Little Bird has die of tuber-
culosis at Colony last Tuesday
and was already buried on
Wednesday. Alexander had been
thinking of go out to see Alfred.
Joe Poisal was just return from
business trip to El Reno last
D. H. McDonalc
Telephone F G 111
The President has decided
aganst the Roosevelt volunteer
army going to France. While we
are not experts in such things we
can't help believing Roosevelt's
army would help a whole lot on
the French front while the regular J ust closed her second term as
ine rrencn teacher in the primary depart-
army is being gotten ready. | ment of thg Canadian Vallev
I school. She has given satisfac-
While it is to be hoped that I tion to neariy everybody and is
wheat will be lower than it is now rated as an excellent teacher, we
we hope that it will be the farmei | understand.
who will get whatever the lop pric
is for wheat this fall. The pric«
will be high enough, anyway t<
pay well for taking care of even
bushel that can be raised.
CRYING FOR HELP
Lots of It in Geary But Daily
The kidneys often cry for help.
(Vje of our business men askec I Not another organ in the whole
«f verftl hi eh school students one body more delicately constructed:
last week, how to find the I Not one more important to
hipotenuse of a right angle triangle ^ kidneyg are the filters 0f
and none of them could remember the blood
having ever heard of such a thing I When they fail the blood be-
Most any of them could have told I comes foul and poisonous
him how to ..y "1 l°v. you love. There can be no health where
i •• • i Such is the I here is poisoned blood.
we love in Latin. Backache is one of the frequent
system in our public schools lhese indications of kidn#y trouble,
days. We are glad Stale superin-1 jt jg often the Sidneys cry for
tendent Wilson and other promi-1 ^elp. Heed it.
nent educators are working on a Read what Ooan's Kidney Pills
revision of the common school)
course of study. It is very badl)
IT WiLL MY YOU TO LOOK US UP
Blackbird Waseee from Colony
was altime looking around in
Geary to maybeso see something
to make him interested a few
days last week.
These Indians don't trying al-
time now days to making war
bonnet for playthings to give
their young boys. They just buy
ice cream and candy and little
red wagons just same like white
John Pedro is help Uncle Sam
by put in good crop of all kind.
Might be, if rain come all right,
John will have lots corn, kafir,
and milo and other things besides
good garden. John reports that
he is all time keep up with war
in • Europe and happenings in
other place? by take it Daily Ok-
,lahoman and Farmer-Stockmen
and also taking C.eary Times this
East Side Items
1 am going to make the
season of 1917 at the same
old barn, one mile north and
one mile west of Geary.
1 will have two
These Stallions are the big heavy kind with plenty of bone
and good action. The Jack has good bone, a good head and
a good ear. 1 guarantee this stock to be sound, also guarantee
sound colts. Do not breed to rough stock of inferior make-up
and colors. They will be detrimental to you and to the com-
munity. Come and breed to some good sound stock and get
something you will be proud of, then you will thank me.
j fortunately Geary did'nt seem to
handle the pill very nifty and
. .Okarchemarched to victory with
Miss Florence Thompsom ,8|an score victory one of which
the latest victim of the measles. . wag a bome run>
It was something in the nature;
of a birthday present he having | We noticed last Sunday that
taken sick on her birthday. Ith# Okarche streets were paved
However at present she is up and | <"th some kind of white rock or
• wwAirol If moL'ac fino rto irinrr
aroun a^a • jjfor the light traffiic of a small
Mark Robinson sawed woo tQwn and surejy cannot be very
for one of his neighbors as j expensjve; certainly not as much
gravel. It makes fine paving
Thursday. Mark has an engine
and saw that sure eats it up but
he says there's still to much work
about it. He 3houU invent some-
thing to carry the logs up to the
as asphalt, brick or concrete.
Geary streets would be greatly
improved by paving of some kind
and we believe this is the best
material and the least expensive.
We believe it wouldjimprove the
The farmers and townspeople; streets greatly both in beauty
certainly made thedirf fly on the!and usefulness, make a cleaner
Ozark Trail last week. Alotoljand more sanitary city, reduce
For Gray Boy. $12 50: for Santos, $15.00; for Teddy
$10.00; to insure colt to stand and teat. Service fee become
due at once if owner parts with mare or removes from the county. A lien
on all colts for the service money. Care will be taken to prevent acci-
dents but will not be responsible should any occur.
H. M. CRITCHFIELD,
TELEPHONE, NO. X 211
street upkeep expense and prove
a greater investment than any-
thing the rity could do. Geary'
business men are making a great
effort to route the O/.ark Trail
through Geary. If they succeed
why not start the movement for
a paved road by paving the city
streets? They would at least de-
note that there was one lively
small town on the ocean-to-ocean
Canadian county Oklahoma,
northern route, west, has made
about the least noise of any
good work was done t ut m: re
should be done. Unfortunatly
we were unable to be there. No
Archibald we're not afraid of
work; we could lay right down
beside it and go to sleep.
Where's the cheerful optimist
who said we could raise a wheat
crop without anymore rain? He
ought to go out and look around
a little. It's no use to figure on
a crop in this country until it's in
the bin. It will require a good
rain every week to produce
I bumper crop of wheat. Due to
the fact that it's tn uncultivat-
ed crop the wind and sun reduces c°u"ty on the proposed Ozark
the moisture supply faster than | ^ and has what expert road
Ida North, daughter of Henr\
North died a week ago Saturday
at Henrv North's home west ol
Geary. The funeral was held
Mrs. Jess Shelby andsmaliaot
of Geary are here this week to
visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs
Geo. .Jamison. Watonga Herald
Never in the history of the
United States was there the cr\
for efficieucy, that there is now
We are at war with an etlicient
people and nation. NN e will smart
for every waste that has uccur-
«hJ in the past, every cheat t
pupil perpetrated to make grades,
«-very violation of nature's lawt
and every shirk, the school teach
er pave. Not only must the
farmer get busy but our profess
ional lives must get honest, riphi
now. Arapaho Bee
Mr. L W. Walter lost a fin«
rawhide lariett at the time C. J.
Beelev's sale la«t winter or fall,
which he regretted especially be-
cause it belonged to his son who
is in California and was prizeo
by him very highly. The rope
wus advertised for and Mr. Wal
ler was willing to pay for
itn return. However the party
who found it has kept the rope
until .vet and seems to have no
intention of returning it to its
owner. Mr. Waller has recenty
learned who has it and hopes the
,arty will return it and accept
It the $1 CO
have done for overworked
Read what Doan's have
for Geary people.
Cudy Johnson, butcher, E.
Broadway. Geary, says; "I
never placed much faith in any
remedy until I had occasion to
take Doan's Kidney Pills. My
back had been troubling me for
A'hen I stooped over it pained
severely. A dull ache settled in
my back, over mv kidneys and 1
finally used Doan's Kidney Pills.
I noticed a great deal of relief
from the first and continued use
rid me of the pain in my back."
Col. C W. Brown
Cries Farm Sales and Stock Sales
Thoroughbred Sales a Specialty
Satisfaction Guaranteed and Terms to Please You.
Make Datee at either Bank in Geary or Calumet Bank
Address. COL. C. W. BROWN
CALUMET. Route I.
Calumet Phone. "Rockdale" 52 Geary Phdne, IJ V 2211
reward for his
Price SO c*nt . at >11 deftlara. Don't simply a*W
for a kdney remmly Ki't poaii'a Kuliwy PIIU~ th
that Mr Johnson had. Kiwter - Milburn
'roim-. Buffalo, N. V.
The cement post that was
where the new Hag pole i9 has
been moved to the crossing on
the southwest boulevard by the
Huff house. The idea is to have
a tenmile an hour zone for auto-
mobili9ts and see that the law is
observed. Further out the limit
may be fifteen miles an hour
and near the edge of town where
there is is no more danger, real-
ly than out on the section line
the limit may be as much as
twenty to twenty-five miles.
Tne editor of the Times re-
ceived an engraved invitation
from < has. M. Williams who,
graduates at Southwestern Nor-
mal. Weatherford this year to
attend the commencement exer-
cises at the normal Friday morn-
ing of this week. Charles is one
of the farmer boys from near
Ueary and we are proud cf his
work at the S. W, N. and the
Times wishes him unlimited suc-
I when he enters upon his
I future career.
NEW HARNESS REPAIR SHOP
I have opened a Harness Repair shop,
and am ready to do all Kinds of Re-
pair work promptly and satisfactorily.
Bring me your Harness, etc.
S. B. DUNAFON,
Corner Building, Across and South of Davidson & Case
in cultivated fields.
E. J. McKin9ter. Matthew
Thomas, J. C. North, A. B.
Thompson and Glen Hambay
made a trip to EIReno Saturday
on school business. E. J. Mc-
Kinster resigned as clerk of the
, school board. He thinks possibly
he may move away this fall and
consequently did not wish to re-
main on the board. We hope he
decides to remain with us and
1 wish he had not resigned as he
made a very efficient officer Glen
Hambay was appointed by the
cDnnty superintendent to fiill the
Mrs. I. A. Robinson and Mrs.
Julia Hurdt visited with their
relatives, the Crane family in
Hitchcock, last Saturday. The
Cranes formerly lived here.
Qute a number of young folks
from this community motored to
Okarche to see the ball game be-
tween Geary and that town. Un-
judges 9ay to be the best road in
Oklahoma. They look and ride
The new flag pole, fifty feet
high was put up at the crossing
of Broadway and Main Satur-
day. It is of large gaspipe and
is painted red. white and blue.
The city furnished the pipe and
the flag while the commercial
club' and citizens cf the town did
Geary Furniture and Undertaking
Burglar Proof Air Tight Steel
Calls Answtred Day or Nigh
of Supplies for
The high quality of our
J groceries and our reason- *
« able prices makes our *
store the favorite. J
Col. A. U. Rhodes
A man's success lies in his ability to do things. If you will give
me the opportunity, 1 will prove my ability of handling your sale
in a successful way, that will make yon money and at the same
time please you, by getting you the high dollar foi stock and
machinery. Your patronage solicited. Terms, 1 per cent to all.
Make dates with American State Bank or Geary Times office,
or Phone JK 112. ,
Dr. Chas. McLarty
Office over First National Bank
: Squir es & Self i
« T.. tf.
We will pay the high-
-r, . , . 'est market price for old
STEAK — The nice, tender, juicy | r v
kind at cast iron, wrought iron,
THE LITTLE frIEAT MARKET. ^ ^ ^
Brown's Shoe and Harness Shop, j Bring it in.
.Will repair your shoes and the Wichita Hide and 1 PrOduOO Ct
Imneis. Call No. 179. 1 Geary, Oklahoma
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