The Geary Journal. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 6, 1906 Page: 1 of 12
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THE GKARY JOURNAL.
GEARY, BLAINE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1906.
About what to buy for Christmas?
You need not. Just oome around
and we will show you presents that
are suitable for young and old.
Something that is useful, as well
as ornamental. What could be
nicer than a nice Comb and Brush?
That is nice. A nice Hand Mirror,
Toilet Set, a Manicure Set, a Bottle
of Nice Perfume or Box of Station-
ery. For the little ones—Dolls, Doll
Carriages, Furniture and Dishes
galore. These are just a few sug-
gestions. We can't begin to men-
tion everything. To stop the worry
take a trip to
Successor to Teeter ft Sen
A dispatch from Washington
says if the constitutional con-
vention at Guthrie, Okla., violates
the fundamental principles of the
United States constitution,
through the insertion of clauses
in the new state constitution de-
priving any citizen bf that state
of his rights, either through "Jim
Crow" laws or.otherwise, there is
grave danger of Oklahoma and
Indian Territory not becoming a
state for some time to come.
Republicans in the house of
representatives are very much
agitated over the prospects of
"Jim Crow" legislation in the
new state, and ars indulging in
much speculation as to the prob-
able attitude of President Roose-
velt in the matter. Whether he
proclaims the new state or not
depends entirely on the democrats
who are framing the constitution.
The republican majority in con-
gress will back him to a man if
he should refuse to give his sanc-
tion to any legislation which
would in the least degree deprive
any citizen of the United States
of the just rights guaranteed him
under the constitution, regardless
of nationality, color and race.
In fact it is freely stated here
tonight that in the event of a
"Jim Crow" law being made a
part of the Oklahoma constitution
the republicans would insist that
the preeident withhold the pro-
Representative Champ- Clark
recalled today that Missouri was
kept out of the union for some
time because of objections to ne-
gro and mullatoclasseein its con-
We loan money on Oklahoma
farms at 1 per cent intereet. No
extra oharge for commission.
Absolutely no delay in furnishing
money.—Boland Land A Loan
...Girls! A. Stove Free...
Prepare for Winter!
Buy a heater that will keep you warm,
and at the same time save one-third to
one-half on your fuel bill, we have them
from $2.00 up. THE FAMOUS
Cole"* Hot Blast and
The National Line of
Our line of COOK STOVES and RANOES
is most complete, ranging from the
common cook to the
Qreat Majestic Ranges
Let us show you our line—The prices as
well as the quality will please you.
(Successors to Ringelman A Ruth)
Here Is a Chance
for a Bright
Little Girl to Bet
Junior Range •
The farmers east of Genry will
meet at the Fairview school house
Saturday night for the purpose of
organizing a rural telephone com-
pany. They will run their line
into Geary and connect with the
system here. Horace Truman,
manager of the Geary Telephone
Co., will be in attendance to get
them started off on the right foot.
Frank Musser has returned
from Wellington, Kan., where he
has been the past six months.
See us before renewing your
farm loan.—Boland Land A Loan
It is now stated that the Rock
Island will run a line from El
Reno northwest up the Canadian
river. A company has been in-
corporated to build the road un-
der the name of Oklahoma and
Canadian River Railway Com-
pany. Those who say they know,
assert it is a Rock Island project.
\yE are going to give this Range
to the little girl who clips from
the newspapers the greatest number of
oar ads. containing Bock's trade mark.
That's all you have to do. This con-
test begins today and will continue
until Dec. 24th. It is open to little
girls 14 years of age and under. This
handsome prise is now on exhibition in
our show window. Come in and let us
show and tell you it merits.
Mooros-Hollistor Hardware Co.
THE BIO BUSY STORE ON THE CORNER
Finest and largest line of Rooking
Chairs ever shown in Geary ...
.$1,00 TO $10.00
All kinds of Rockers—some handsome
leather ones—fine for Christmas presents
We have a lot of nioe Furniture very appropriate for presents
A few of those $3.60 *«| CO Ladies' $2.50 and S3, 7C
Men's Shoes for pZitJU 8hoes for.. 0 I il □
Trade with us and you'll get what you want.
c. IW. BRAKE
Furniture and Shoes. GEARY, OKLA
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Stackhouse, Alfred C. The Geary Journal. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 6, 1906, newspaper, December 6, 1906; Geary, Oklahoma Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc184227/m1/1/: accessed August 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.