The Geary Journal. (Geary, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 4, 1906 Page: 3 of 6
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TO THE PUBLIC!
I desire to announce to the people of Geary and vicinity that I am again in busi-
ness in Geary, having opened op a Grocery Store and Meat Market in the brick
building, on North Side of Main Street, formerly occupied by the Famous Cash
Grocery. It will be my intention to carry, at all times, an up-to-date line of
Lard, Fish, Oysters, Etc. My stock will be kept fresh and clean. You will
get the best of service. Your patronage will be appreciated and I extend a
courteous invitation to the public to give me a trial. FREE DELIVERY.
D. PINKERTON, Proprietor.
Grocery and Meat MarKet I
PHONE NO. 07. J
Good Hope Items.
The new year came in rather
Lela Curtis wa9 sick the first of
Mr. Chance has been hauling
wood to town the past week.
School commenced again Tues-
day after a week's vacation.
Clarence Brady worked for L.
L . Curtis the first of the week.
Mabel and Heber Curtis called
at A. H. Chance's last Sunday
Several young people from this
neighbor attended the dance at
S. A. Baker's last Saturday night.
Bert Chance and Heber Curtis
atended the literary and box
supper at Edenview last Friday
T. F. Brady while on his way
to Sunday school last Sunday
met Bert Chance on his bicycle,
and his horse became frightened
and jumped into a wire fence.
No damage was done, further
than breaking down the fence.
Poultry and Feed Wanted.
The undersigned has purchased
the Copenbarger feed store and
is now prepared to buy and sell
feed of all kinds, poultry, butter
and eggs and hides, also spll coal.
We pay the highest priedq. Give
us your busines.
J. F. Wklborn & Co.
Seth Wei born. Manager.
Call at Ringelman & Ruth's
and have them show you the
"Bartlett" sewing machine.
Latest improved machine made.
One-half or one full section of
land, 8 miles west and 3 miles
Mouth of Geary, Okla. Good im-
provements on two quarters of
the land. 190 acres in cultivation,
good corn and cotton ground, all
fenced and cross-fenced. For
terms call on or address
)£o,u can get the highest proof
aloohol at Bender's saloon.
The W. C. T. U. will meet at
theh<^iq$ of, Mrs. A. W. Johnson,
Friday, Jan. 12th, at the usual
hour. Every member is urgently
requested to be present.
Some of the boys say that Ben
Schofield is "Johnnie-on-the-
Spot" when it comes to being
prompt at the call of the fire
Nicest rigs and best teams at
Womack's Blue Front Barn.
Ed Gillespie, who is :n business ! ■■ ■ "r r • u *
at Texico, N. M., is in Geary this | RockyMountain 163 NUggCtS
week visiting his family.
If you want to borrow money
see the Boland Land A Loan Co.
They can furnish any amount
wanted on demand.
A Busy Kedicint for Busy People.
Brines Golden Health and Renewed View.
A peclflc for Const!imtlon. Indliro-tlon. Liver
and Kidney troubles. Vlmi'le*. Kiv.emii. Iminire
lllood. Bad Breuth. SliwKh Howels. Hendueli#-
and Hack ache. Its Rocky Mountiiin Tea In lul>-
let form. 35 cents u box. Genuine made by
HoLLJaTBH Dttt'O Compant. MiuUkod. Wis.
GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
We desire to announce to the people of this
city arid vicinity that we have purchased the J.
L. Gable Grocery, on East Main Street, and ex-
tend to all a cordial invitation to call and see us.
We are adding to the stock and will carry a very
large and complete line of
Mr. Cooper, the junior member of this firm, is
no stranger to the public in this capacity, as he
has been serving the grocery trade of Geary and
vicinity for the past three years. Our stock will
be kept clean and our prices will be as low as
the lowest. Bring us your country produce.
H. J. Bunker killed a beef Fri-
Mrs. Snyder visited with Mre.
Rufe Clayson and family visited
in Bridgeport Monday.
Rufe Clayson and family visit-
ed at H. J. Bunker's Friday.
Misses Jennie and Bessie Oak*
ley spent the holidtys at home.
H. J. Bunker hauled a load of
wood to the school house Monday.
Miss Jennie Oakley railed at
:MrsT. F. Brady's Friday even-
Clarence Brady and Miss Lib-
1 bie Bunker visited at Mrs. Wil-
son's Sunday evening.
We were sorry to hear of the
death of D. W. Owens which oc-
<0 curred Wednesday. The funeral
LONG ca COOPER.
* Miss Goldie Howard is on the
sick list this week.
J. R. Smith is in Watonga this
week attending a session of the
board of county commissioners.
Buy you coal of the S. A 8.
Lumber Co. They sell the Mc-
Alester Fancy Lump—2,000 lbs.
in every ton they sell.
J. A. Brann has started a milk
wagon in Geary. Mr. Brann's
many friends will be
this news, as he was
For Salk or Tradk:—A good j
one-room house and two lots, lo-
! services were held at the family
If you have a driving team
that you would trade for a pair
of mules, see Hall A Woods at
the Bank of Commerce.
DR. P. A. BURHANS,
Graduate of Northwestern
j Dental College, Chicago.
has located in Geary for the prac-
tice of his profession. Dr. Bur-
pleaned atlcjued ln the south part of Geary j .11
the milk | Has barn cave, well, etc. Will P £,aU t,'( denli8try.
man once before and always gave trade for team, wagon and har- " - — - - J
I ness. Inquire at this office.
Coal! Coal! Beat coal in town | Oysters! You can get
Office Over First National Bank,
j Nr. W. Cor. Broadway and Main
at Smith «t Schofield's. You get] oysters every day in the week at
correct weight every time. Finney's.
( 9 a. m. to 12
| 1 p. m. to 5:30
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Skadoodles of Money to Loan on Demand! Lowest Rates! Long Time!
BOLAND LAND &. LOAN CO., PE°.CI H°OPand - GEARY, OKLA
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