Garber Sentinel. (Garber, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 20, 1904 Page: 1 of 8
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GARBER, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1904.
VOL. V. NO. 52
Kitchen Cabnets at Moritz's.
(Jet a Riverside at KrivohUvek's.
Farmers Stale Hank Farm Loans.
Dr. Potter dentist, office over Racket
Judge Garber returned to Enid Mon-
l'ay your taxes at the Garber State
'Pianoes, organs and phonographs at
The best line of men's suits at Gar-
ber & Co.
Get terms on farm loans at larmers
Go to the Garber State Bank for
Kay Peters went to Perry last Fri-
day returning Sunday.
Do your farm loan business atthe
Farmer's State Bank.
The latest in ladies hats at the low-
est prices at Garber & Co.
Combination book-cases and desks
from 812.00 up, at Moritz's.
Buy your shoes at Garber & Co.
Their goods are guaranteed.
When you want a new suit it will
day you to see Garber & Co.
Dr. Potter, the dentist, will be in
Covington every Wednesday.
Davy Davis' house was burned to
the ground Tuesday morning.
All the latest and best in ladies hats
can be found at Garber & Co.
Wolfe & Goode. phone No. 32. Call
us up for anything in our line.
Highest market price paid for butter
eggs and poultry at Garber & Co.
Wolfe & Goode will supply you witii
choice meats of all kinds to order.
We sell the Singer Sewing Machine
Moritz Furniture & Undertaking Co.
See H. E. Dunning's four-cable cattle
fence; furnished put up, 25c per rod.
B. A. Garber left last Saturday for
St. Louis to attend the World's Fair.
Undertaking a specility.—H. Moritz
Furniture & Undertaking Company.
When you want a farm loan don't
fail to call at the Farmers State Bank
George W. Sager attended the Dem-
ocratic rally at Breckenridge Saturday
We guarantee to save you money on
your fall bill of drygoods. Garber & Co,
Zibaline's broadcloth dress patterns
from 50c to S2.0U per yard at Garber &
C. E. Carley has moved into his new
home just south of the incorporation
Edwin Lippert returned- to Enid
Saturday after a short visit with home
Miss Minerva Lippert returned Sun
day to her school three miles north of
The Ladies' Guild will meet with
Mrs. M. C. Garber Thursday afternoon
We can save you money on clothing
Call and see our line we guarantee to
Wolfe & Goode will have constantly
on hand the best grade of groceries at
owest pr ices.
We want your farm loan business at
Farmers State Bank and can make
terms to suit you.
Ike Louder of Fairview visited
friends in Garber Sunday and Monday
Herman Shoemaker and family re-
turned home Tuesday from a visit
with relatives in Kansas.
Having left my books at the Garber
State Bank my debtors may settle ac
counts there.—U. B. Roberts.
Mrs. .lohu Postier and daughter,
Lena, started for a visit to Kansas rel-
atives this week.
We are making a specialty of farm
loans. It will pay you to see us and
get terms.—Farmers State Bank.
Arthur Morgan came up from Mar-
shall where he is employed as station
agent, to visit his parents Sunday.
Work on the Wilcox residence is
progressing quite rapidly. It will be
a large and beatiful building when
Mrs. Wm. Hartz was very seriously
ill the aarly part of the woek but is
now better. Mr. Hartz is over in the
Mr. and Mrs. Rankin of Cropper at-
tended services at the Christian church
in Garber Sunday and were guests at
the Sager home till evening.
Mesdames Goode, Wolfe, Cramer and
Mr. and Mrs. Scrambling and Mr. Met
vine attended the Rebekah Assembly
at Enid Wednesday and Thursday.
A Democrat meeting will be held
Thursday night, October 20, at Duft
school house in Blaine township, dis-
trict No. 24.
We have the largest and best line of
clothing we have ever shown. When
you need a suit it will pay you to see
us. Garber & Co.
Those who subscribed to the Chris-
tian church dedication fund will find
the subscription list with Chas
Scrambling, in Kindt's store.
We want to show you the largest
and best line of dress goods ever shown
you in Garber, at prices guaranteed
Call and see them. Garber & Co.
Miss Rose Dunning left for Wichita
Monday where she goss to take charge
and nurse H. E. Dunning who is
undergoing a very critical operation.
Mrs. Ida McCoy went to Enid Wed-
nesday jts a delegate from the home
Rebekah lodge to the Rebekah Assem-
bly now in session in Enid. Mr. McCoy
Mrs. Voce and Mrs. Dayton of Perry
visited relatives in Garber Monday.
They went on to Enid Tuesday to at-
tend the Rebekah assembly held there
Wednesday and Thursday.
U. B. Roberts returned yesterday
from the Indian Territory where he
bought 120 acres of choice land. He
thinks he got a bargain, which, at this
time and until the Indians dispose of
their land, is open to all buyers.
The Democratic meeting last Friday
night was well attended. The speakers
were disposed to mix a little fun with
the campaigning. They were the outs
and wanted in and promised to be
good if elected to the various offices
Rev. Barber aud family, (wife and
two children) are again citizens of
Garber and warmly welcomed by all
their old friends. While waiting for
their house-hold things to arrive, they
were guests of the Morgan family a
A number ot the ladies of the Rebekah
lodge met in their hall last Friday and
tacked comforts as their donation to
ward thefair being held by the Rebekah
Assembly in Enid this week. The fund
being raised is for the benefit of the
Rebekah orphan's home.
J. W. Glasgow accompanied his
grandmother, Mrs. Jane Healy from
Guthrie to Perry on her return home
last Wennesday. J. W. is traveling
for the Santa Fe R. R. Co., as solicitor
for that road, with headquarters at
Guthrie where he makes his home.
The Socialist meeting Tuesday even-
ing was well attended aud was com-
posed in a great measure of farmers.
The speaker made a good talk which
was listened to with interest. If the
remedy could be applied many of our
worst evils would certainly be abated.
John Carley, a young son of C. E.
Carley, has gone to Blackwell for treat-
ment under Dr. McLean, at whose
home he will remain some time that
Ex-ray may he used in his case, which
is a nervous one caused by a shock to
the system in a run away some months
ago in Wichcha.
Dr. and Mrs. McVicker started Sat-
urday for St. Louis to attend the Fair.
Miss lna Nichols is taking care of her
two little nieces at home during their
parents' absence. Upon their return
she expects to return to her home in
Kansas to spend the winter with her
father who is in very poor health.
A large number of Libertyites took
the liberty of attending the World's
Fair this week. They started Sunday
from Covington over the Frisco.
Amoug those going we got the names
of Mr. and Mrs. Searsy, Mrs. John
Dively and daughter Ethel and Mrs.
Mary Meeder, Etta Chitwood and Mr.
Mrs. Jane Ilealey returned from
Guthrie Friday. She spent a couple of
days at Perry visiting friends and was
the guest of Mrs, J. D. Carpenter. On
her arrival at Covington. O. E. Helton
met her at the train and took her home
to visit his family. After dinner he I
brought her home to Garber ill Ins
buggy. She had a deligfitful visit iil'J
around and returned well as usual.
A Pleasant Surprise.
On last Friday evening at 8 o'clock
a jolly crowd of young people gathered
at Garber's store from whence they
wended their way to the beautiful
home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lippert,
as a surprise ou their son, Edwin
Lippert, who was out from Enid visit-
ing his parents. The surprise was
Complete, and Mr. Lippert appeared
very much takt^i back as the guests
M. C. (iarber,
(ieorge J. Taft,
lame tiling through the house until the
parlors were well filled. There were
about thirty young people present.
Miss Minerva Lippert delighted the
guests with several choice recitations,
and games and music were also indulg-
ed in and a merry time was had. until
later in the evening when refreshments
were served by the hostess.
The guests departed at a late hour
feeling that they had had a most
pleasant time. Those that were pres-
are a3 follows:
THE FARMERS STATE BANK.
SURPLUS and CAPITAL 816,000.00.
Farm, Chattel and Personal Loans Made Without Delay.
We Pay Your Taxes. Ample Funds for all Kinds of
Loans at all times.
J'A. Hill, President.
John Grother, Vice-i'resident.
II E. Brunken, Asst. Cashier.
J. F. Walker, cashie
GARBER STATE BANK
Collects taxes ana does a general banking business. We have ample funds on
hand at ail times to loan on real estate and personal security, and every
privilege is granted our customers consistent with safe banking.
Your Business is Solicited
Kate J, EmraonB
School Boards wanting supplies
D. WALCHER 9 OKLAHOHA.
A Republican political meeting will
be held at Garber, Oklahoma, Satur-
day, October 22, 1904, at 2:00 p. m.
Hon. D. W. Eastman, Hon. John Ing-
mire, M. C. Garber, H. J. Sturgis,
George Rained, T. A. Wilson and
other candidates will address the mee
ing. All are cordially invited to at-
L. N. Houston, Chairman.
J. S. Shoemakek, Secretary.
Col. Ross, a socialist orator is billed
for a speech at Waukomis during the
present campaign. ThelSocialist party
is coming to the front this year. One
enthusiastic adherent to that doctrine
claims that they will cast twelve thous-
and votes in Oklahoma this year. At
that rate of gain they will soon be-
a factor in politics. We may expect to
see them fusing with democracy the
The great event that has been anx-
iously looked for for some time in
Garber, came off yesterday. The Enid
crowd put up money freely and trim-
med up their man, Clark, as if they
intended earnest business. Lots of
money was put up but when the men
were ready for the race and Clark's
backers saw the rangy and powerful
form of Droit they got so sick that
their man was not in shape to make
the race resulting in a complete back-
down. The foot ball contest resulted
in victory for the Garber team 10 to 7.
Says the Higginsville Leader: "A
boy who swims may say he's swum;
but milk that is skimmed is seldom
skum, and nails you trim, they are not
trum. When words you speak, those
words are spoken; but a noise is
tweaked and can't be twoken, and
what you seek is never soken. If we
forget then we've forgotten; but things
we wet are never wotten, and bouses
let cannot be lotten. The goods one
sells are always sold, but tears dispell-
ed are not dispold, nor what you smell
is never smoled. When young, a top
you saw spun, but did you see a grin
e'er grun, or a p«tato neatly skun ?"
New Stock in Dress Goods. A suberb
assortment of black and colored Wool Dress
Fabrics, in plain and novelty effects, advan-
ce fall styles that will be sure to please
you in every respect.
"Shoe your Boy" "Shoe your Girl" with
Browns Shoe Co.'s make. Best on Market.
We also carry a complete line in groceries
and take produce at the highest prices in
exchange. Give us a trial.
Yours for Business,
KINDT MERC. CO.
When you can buy one for $13.50, with all at-
tachments and a machine that is guaranteed.
MORITZ Furniture & Carpet Co.
Phoi)e 87 l^esideQce PI>oi)e No. 60 Garbar, OKIa.
UNDERTAKING A SPECIALITY.
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