The Geary Journal (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 25, 1912 Page: 3 of 4
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Tlf You Have Studied Clothes,]
I You know there are three things you most want—Good Appearane, I
I Fit and Quality. The strong points in our clothes—Every piece of |
material carefully selected—Nothing but the best will do—Designed on a
I™ graceful—Smart lime A suit of beauty that you will be proud of. Our !
clothes are made by the man who can't aftord to make mistakes. 1
C. A. LOWMAN j
AND PRESSING !
■m mmmmmmm warn—mm mm MaJ
Soda Fountain and Ice Cream
Parlor. Come and try our new
drinks for the season.
Good Auto Service
I Will Serve the Public in general auto
livery service, satisfaction guar-
teed. Phone 88 or see,
W. H. Mclntire
NEW LAUNDRY AGENCY
Have secured launday agency from El Reno Steam Laundry. Will send
basket every Thursday—the same to be returned Friday morning. 1
will personally guarantee the work to be SATISFACTORY.
C. J. NELSON,
Aviation Wright Bros, make the Aeroplane, G. W. WRIGHT
makes the vision plain. Such foolishness as an ingenius brain can
conceive, do not be deceived by peddlers and fakers, but buy your
glasses from a home man who has a record of 7 years in Geary. I
make a epecialty straightening cross eyes, I use up-to-date methods.
Try me and be convinced, once a customer always one.
G. W. WRIGHT
OPTICIAN AND OPTOMETRIST
Gorricks bakery and Restaurant
JOHN GORRICK, Proprietor —
FOR THE BEST BREAD. EVERYTHING CLEAN AND HOME
LIKE, GO TO GARRICKS. SHORT ORDERS
SERVED AT ALL HOURS.
SOUTH SIDE OF EAST MAIN STREET
POOL HALL, BARBER SHOP
AND LAUNDRY AGENCY
Everything first class, good pool
and billiard tables to play on, no bois-
terousness, wild or turbulent disturb-
ance. Our stock of cigars are the larg-
est and best and well kept.
FOR BARBER WORK
There is none better, clean and sanitary
with the best of workmen. Give us a call
and be convinced.
Courteous Treatment To All
We represent the El Reno Steam Laun-
dry, guaranteeing as good work as can be
had in the state. Basket leaves every
Tuesday and returns Friday morning.
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
C. J. NELSON, Prop.
The atmosphere for the past
few weeks has been extremely
hot and dry. A good mother
6o.iking rain would be appreciat-
ed and the fall cropa are needing
J. G- Kirkhuff sold his thresh-
ing machine to Guy Mathew, and
Axel Anderson. Guy Mathew
is now proprietor of the out-fit.
It appears perhaps to a few of
the neighbors that an event
which has occured five weeks,
past may not be new to them but
evidently not so to the public.
We have just been informed last
week that a young full blooded
republican had arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. D.
Law and means to make that his
future home for tyentv-one years.
Since the event has so happened
do not forget to aid his "dad'' a
Utile on the county asseseor ticekt
Harry Crosson, one of our gen-
iel up-to-date prosperous farmers
who uses good judgment to bulid
up good roads is a candidate for
township trustee and we should
by all means think of him on th6
day of the election.
The work on the foundation
for the addition of Canadian
Valley school house has started
last week. Canadian Valley will
have two teachers, Roy Smith
and Bertha McQueen for next
winter. Every patron in the
district should make it a decision
that we are going to have a first
The barn of Walter Urton and
John Ewing, are completed whioh
makes quiet an improvement a-
long Canadian Valley.
Prospeots for a good corn crop
and all other fall crops are good.
If we soon get a good rain we
will have bumper creps. The
ohigger crop already stands at
100 per cent.
This Is So
We wish to state in as plain and vig-
orous way as words can express it that
Hunt's Cure will positively, quickly
and permanently cure any form of Itch
ing Skin disease known. One box is
guaranteed to cure. One application
Where to Worship
M E. CHURCH, SOUTH.
Sunday-School opens promptly at
Preaching at eleven.
The Junior League meets at 8 o'clock
and Senior League at 7.
Preaching at 8.
There will be special music at the
morning and evening serrice.
The Home Mission Society meets on
The choir holds its weekly practice on
Episcopal services are held in the
Christian Church on the second and
fourth Monday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock, by Rev. II. nope-
good Fay of El Reno.
M. E. CHURCH.
Sunday School every Sunday at 10,
Preaching every Sunday at II o'clock
and 7;30 p. m. Prayer meeting Thurs-
FKKK METHODIST CITCBCH
Sabbath School 10 a. m.
Preaching 11a. m.
Song and Prayer service 7 p. m.
Preaching 7:30 p. m.
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7 p. m.
Song Service Friday 7 p. m.
! Sunday School 10 a. m.
, Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Choir practice, Thursday evening 7:30
Services first and third Sundays a
II a m and 7:15 p m.
' Sunday school 10a. m.
Young People* m^etiog every Frt-
1 d\v n1*1'1 T:5°- R<v B*rker P«*toT
Sunday School 10*. a m.
Preaching 11 a.m.
Preacbir.g ca the 2nd and 44h SwBdmj
in the Eagii«h language Young people*
1 Bible study 7:30 p m. Sunday.
Notice of Sheriff's Sale
Static of Oklahoma, Blaine County SS-
Notice is hereby given, thai where-
as it appears from an order of sale
issued out of the District Court of the
county of Blaine, an.l State of Okla-
homa beaiin^ date of July 11th, 1912 ,to
uie directed, and now in tny hands, that
ou the 4th day of January, 1212. in an
action then pending in said court
whertin William S. Hicks, was plain-
tiff and John C. Amatutz and bu?an
Amstutz. husband and wife, A. B.
Davis, L, Giddings, and Mary S, Gid
dings husbanJ nnd wifr, William A.
Brown o.herwi^o known ns W. A.
Brown, and Mnttie V. Brown, husband
and wife, were defendants, judgment
was rendered In said court and in said
action in favor of said plaintiff and
against the defendants, John C. Am
stutz and Susan Amstutz, in the sum
of three hundred and fifty dollars and
one cent ($350.01) together with intereet
thereon at the rate of ten percent per
annum, payable annually from and
after June 1st. 1909, together wiih the
additional sum of twenty six dollars
and 66 3ents-($26.66) advanced for taxes
with interest thereon at ten percent
from September 20th, 1911, and the
further sum of fifty dollars, ($r>0.00)
attorney's fee, and live dollars ($5) ab
stract feee, and costs of suit taxed at
thirty six dollars and forty-five cents,
($36.45), and accruing costs, which sum
were declared adjudged and decreed
by the court to be a second m >rtgage
lien on the real estate therein, and
hereinafter described subject only to
one prior mortgage of $2,500.00, and
delinquent interest thereon, recorded
in book 19 of mortgages, on page 79
thereof, in the office of the Register of
Deeds of blaine county, Oklahoma,
and owned and held by the Equitable
Life Insurance Co. a corporation of
And whereas, it further appears that
It Is further ordered by said court in
said action, that an order of sale issue
out of said court directed to the sheriff
of said county of Blaine, in the said
state of Oklahoma, commanding him
to advertise and sell said real estate,
with appraisement, subject to said prior
$2500 martgage, or so much thereof as
may be necessary to satisfy said judg-
ment, interest, attorneys fees, abstract-
or's fees, amount advanced for taxes,
costs of action, and costs of sale, and
all the right, title, Interest and equity
of redemption of the said defendants
last above named in and to said real
estate or any p&it thereof as in ca-,e of
sales of real estate on axecutlon with-
out appraisement subject to eonfirina
tion by the court.
And whereas, I am commanded in
said order of sale now In my hands to
advertise aud sell said real estate pur-
suant to the order, judgement and de.
cree of the Court as aforesaid:
Now therefore, public notice is here
by given that on the 26th day of Aug-
ust, A. D., 1912, at the hour of 2:00
o'clock P. M. of said day at the front
door of the Court House In the Town
of Watonga, and in the said County of
Blaine, and State of Oklahoma, I shall
offer for sale aud sell at publie auction
to the highest bidder for cash the real
estate described in said order of sale,
and insaid judgement and decree above
referred to, and described as follows:
Lots Numbers Three and Four, (3a4j
and the East One Half (E.i) of the
South West Quarter (S. W. ±) of Sec-
tion Thirty (30) iu TownshrpFourteen
(14) North of Range Eleven (11) W. I
M. containing 168.22 acres, in Blaine
or so much thereof at may be necessary
to satisfy said judgement, interest,
attorney's fee, abstractor's fee, amount
advanced for taxes, and costs of action,
and costs of sale, and all the right, titie
interest, estate, equity of redemption of
the said defendants, and each and all of
them, and every person claiming by.
through, or under them, or any, or
either of them, in and to the said real
estate, or aby part thereof, as in case
of 6ales of real estate on execution
without appraisement subject to the
confirmation by said Court.
Witness my hand this 13th day of
July, A. D. 1912.
8. E. SOUTUBHLAND.
Sheriff of Blaine County Okla.
By J. C. Glass
Chigyera and Mosquitos.
Are now in their glory—there busi-
ness is good and they are happy
There is no earthly use of letting them
chew on yoa, however, if you do not
like their ways. A little Hunt's
Lightning Oil applied to exposed parts
will keep them off and immediately re-
lieve the irritation cau*ed by their
bites. Rub a little on and see for
Why Take Calomel.
When Timmon*' Liver Purifier is so
• asy and pleasant yet acts ju«t as
hroaghlly as Uio«e har h purgative?
In yellow tia boxes only Tried
once used always. Price 2-V
Ray Baler Want*
To bale 400 acres prairie hay
on share plan. No phone. John
F. Coyle. R. 2. Geary, Okla.
Use Schram Fruit Jars
The easiest Jar on the market to sea!. Come in
in and let us show you. (Quarts 75 cents, One
half gallon $1,00
Plenty of Jar Rings, Economy, Schram &
Mason Lids, Sealing Wax.
Don't put off buying your Jars until you
get your fruit, get your Jars first, they won't
spoil and you will be ready to can your fruit
when you get it,
GEO. S. PECKHAM
PHONE NO. 110
Good Livery Service
For Good Teams, Rigs and
careful drivers, eitherday or
night, at reasonable prices,
call Phone No. 15.
BLUE FRONT LIVERY BARN
A. WALDO, Proprietor.
SHOE WORK DONE TO PLEASE
Why should you let your shoes be thrown away when
fifteen minutes work by me will make them as good as
new. SAVE S1.75 BY having your shoes repaired.
Everybody treated kind and courteous and prices are reason-
able. while the work is GUARANTEED.
The Shoe Man
The Star Livery Barn
Good Teams, Single or Double
YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED
J. D. BAILEY, Prop.
j NEW STATE GRRCERR
Always in the lead for high grade Groceries |
Fresh Fruits, Nuts and Candies. Highest j
market price paid for country produce. I
A. S. PARRIOTT, Prop. \
Phone 97 |
Davidson & Case Lumber Co.
Lumber, Sash, Lath. Lime and Cement,
Celebrated Mound City Paints and Oils,
Genuine South McAlester Lump Coal.
Let us figure with you on a lumber bill.
T. C. BLACK,
t Fresh and Cured Meats.
I *ish to call y— attention to the (act that I Have, the best and
purest bof lard mace I also sell all canned meats, the best rr.adc.
Fish. Bfe alt fast Bacon. Cured Hams, in (act e\erything usual I > found
in a first class Meat Ms Let.
A careful selection is made of all cattle and Kegs
Phone No 135.
PINNEY'S MEAT MARKET
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Carley, M. B. The Geary Journal (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 25, 1912, newspaper, July 25, 1912; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc184655/m1/3/: accessed September 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.