Garber Sentinel. (Garber, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 20, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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WHAT THE PEOPLE WAJT
Tbe people trim' Ui«r court* to be I
— ' open forurnt wbere all litigant* staud
PUBLDiHED EVEKV THURSDAY upon au equality and wbert legal eon
— —— ! controversy is settled by priDcijJ** of
i'rTEB*. omiii * rwruirot. Iaa ai d jasuee; wbere bo attonjey or
Emrw or eeceft fightesg.
It would be obtuse .ndeed if we
failed to .realise that tbe most momen-
tous eTetjU are now transpiring that
has ever graced the page* of history
Tbe great campaigns of Napoleon,
made a century ago. have scarcely any
SCBsckiption Puce fix# per year litigant has a "stand in" and where
, Z calm dispaseionate judicial reason sits | c^ ttiaat ot ^ japM)t9t..
mi ivwu.« «®u i« *'t"tLr ''ied w bere tbe mat) wbo ha* * The soldiers of no wars of ancient or
meritorious cause may appeal with modem times ever fought witii more
DK J. D. C^PPEVTER. <*
OPIUM. MORPHINE. COCAINE. £
CHLORAL, LiyUOR AND "
Hibh Cured - -
i f i m ^ ******-5*
DO YOU WANT TO
Cantuhitioc Free. ?
k_p" jrt Cured Witneut tlx Knife.
PERRY, CKLA £
| SELL YOUR FAMR? I
W. S. McVi:k«r, M, I. |
mu*i ars«. | eonftdeucc; where there is no narrow-1 drt*rmiD«l valor thac^hose of Japan Physician & SllTgCOD. f
i^Tinrtir :or 1 iuoou. x jwreeat aitamnt >l minded bigotry or prejudice, or ehica- and in no war wat tbe zone of danger
***7 but ability and strict it near so great as at the present time.
m com iw • * mam «* h w ^ 11, bj ft tegrty. The personal 'A tbe court Tbe searching sharpnel is deadly even
Calls answered promptly
day or night. Office one
door west of tbe Farmers
State Bank. Residence,
2 blocks west-of P. O.
TELEFAONE MO. 3 .
fJAHBEK OKI.AHUM A
Bntc:>« « ti* ported** bsrt*
I. G. CONKLIKG.
Beprebentative Utfa I^iswict;
MILTON C. Gasbkk.
Obcak H. Haves.
JOHN F. UAKKLY.
licans to be such a foram. Judge M.
('. Garber has added to tbe dignity of
that tribunal and has raised it to a
Mgber piam in tbe respect of tbe pub-
liegifer of Deeds; Thoxa* A ffOJOI. i H* bM «hieved tbe reputation
feupertendent; Geo. L. Kaisky of being one of tbe ablest Probate
County Attorney; Hkkkv J t-teioia Judges in tbe Territory and will receive
tbe support of a very large majority of
tbe good citizens of this county regard-
less of political affiliations.
Surytyor; B. f Lewis. :
Coroner; Dk. O. O. Babben
First District, Frank B. Hodgdek.
becond District; Costai> G. Kpket.
Third District, H. G Davis.
John Linden settled with tbe county
in full. If he managed to get the
money from some greenhorn, that is
tbe business of Linden and the green-
horn —Garfield County Democrat.
The office of Probate Judge has
tum -d into the County Treasury in
the way of lines and excess fees, dur-
ing the last two years, nearly 82000,
over and above tbe salary of the office.
The business has iucreaseti nearly two-
fold and Judge Garner's majority will
be double what it was two years ago.
EE ELECTED BY
Judge M. C. Garber will be re-elected
Probate Judge of this county by an in
creased majority because he has abjy
performed his duty in that position
during the last two years. His admin
istration stands, even in the heat of a
political campaign, above criticism
We have yet to hear a single objection
from any quarter questioning his
honesty, his integrity, or his judicial
ability. He will come into his second
term with clean hands and an increas
OUR OOUNTY TREASURER.
When we consider t he loss that was
occasioned to individuals and corpor
atlons by the closing of the big Enid
bank, If is a surprise to many that the
county was not a heavy loser..
It reflected much credit on our pres-
ent treasurer, Oscar H. Hayes, that he
took more than ordinary caution by
■©curing bonds against loss by a pos-
sible failure of tbe bank. He required
this of the bank and with some diffi-
culty secured surities which eventual-
ly saved the county the amount on
Every farmer who ha* served on the
Jury know that If he desires to secure
cash f or the certificates Issued by the
Clerk, and before acted on by the com-
missioners and warrants drawn, he
must accept a discount, when tbe
amount received is already too little.
In this emergency, Mr. Hayes, having
monies in his possession for this very
purpose, accepted the certificates at
par and, dispensing with red 'ape, has
been paying out cash to the Jurors, to
which they can testify. $5000.00 has
been recently paid out in this way and
while Mr. Hays could just as conven-
iently kept the money in the bank bis
sense of judgment prompted him to
be considerate of those who were al-
ready required to sacrifice their time
at the mandates of the court. A man
of this kind can be voted for without
making any mistake. Oscar H. Hays
has not only proven himself a safe
man but a friend of the common peo-
a bother bahitarium bgaflal.
Another proof that it is most cruel
arid cold blooded to farm out the care
of the insane is given in the following
account; A Mrs. Katharine Dittmer,
aged 85 years, wife of Ben Dittmer, a
prominent German citizen of Perry,
died at the territorial sanitarium re.
ceritlv and was taken to Perry and
buried. The husband became suspi-
cious of the cause of her death from
the appearance of the corpse, and bad
the body exhumed and an autopsy held
by the coroner and five physicians.
(Several bruises were found on the
face and top of the head. At the in-
quest the jury rendered a verdict that
she had met her death from violence
inflicted upon her at the sanitarium by
persons unknown and the institution
being at fault should be investigated.
For the crime of becoming diseased
mentally we send our loved ones to be
beaten into submission by a hired gang
of thugs and half-starved to pay divi-
dends on sanitarium stock. It is to be
hoped that the people will finally
awaken to the enormity of the crimes
they are permitting to be perpetrated
on those whom tbey should give the
most tender consideration.
The people of this county want a
man for Representative who under-
stands and is in sympathy with their
needs and necessaties They want a
man who has experienced the hard-
ships incident to the development of
this country, and who is honest and
capable of fairly and impartially rep-
resenting all the interests of all the
people of the country.
The Post believes that such a man
will be found in the preson of John
Ingmire. He participated in the fam-
ous run, for a claim, on the 16th day of
.September, 1883, and on the claim that
he took that day will now be found
his residence and family, a beautiful
farm with all the modern improve-
ments and a large orchard and vine-
yard. Kince taking it he has remained
there and attended strictly to his own
business and to the building up of the
neighborhood in which he lived. H-
had no contest, in fact, has had no
no litigation of any kind during his
Ingmire is not a crank and doesn't
ride a hobby but is broad minded
liberal in his views, and open to con-
viction upon all the public questions.
The people of the east side of the
county will support him regardless of
politics, and they ought to for they
have known him for a period of eleven
years, and he is found to be worthy of
their confidence and respect. He has
made a good neighbor and citizen, and
the Post has no hesiteucy in saying
that he will make a good representa-
tive. His election will be assured by
not. less than 600 majority.—Enid Post
H S. (Sturgis,
ENID, O. T
should be above suspicion and con.-; behind fortifications, while bombs
mand tbe confidence and respect of the : loaded with high explosives, from
people. 1 mortar batteries prescribed in their
Tbe Probate Court of Garfield cour>-! circles nigb in air to decend almost'
ty is concede*- by all. by Democrats, by ! vertically permitting of scarcely an;
Populists, by "socialists and by Beput- protection by breast works, is beine LAWYERS
used in increasing numbers.
Tbe Russian general, Kunpatkm office in Busch Bldg
recently declared that he had done
retreating and that now he was suffi- Martin Garber.
ciently reinforced to advance. He
faced bis army tbe other way and hit
soldiers were elated to realize that
they were through running. The march
south soon brought them in contact
with their enemy and so eager were the
Japs for the opportunity that they
could not remain behind their fortifi-
cations but advanced with irresistable
M. C. Garber
GARBER & SON,
stenographer and Notary in office.
Notice for Publication.
Land Office at KlnefiKber. Okla.. .Sept 15 1S<>4
Notice is hereby glv^r that the following
impetuosity during a wedge of infant- ft"S3SfJ!
ry and artillery through the Russia,, £?
, . .. .. O. T on Oct. 29. 1904 viz
center and at the same time envelop- Mary DoughertJ
ing their flanks. A terrible defeat of avr 14 sec lOtwp 21 v range 4. w 1 m
He mime# The following wltnefijies to prove
tbe Kussiaue resulted from the con- hi*oontinuona reektenoeupon andf-ultlvHtlon of
*ald land, viz
tinued repulse Of their attacks on Scott M Downing. Charles Gopfert and
other portions of the lines and a gen- peter> of^7,[','dnt°o.'rl''"' "d liarle" D-
eral advance of tbe Japanese ail a.on<t M b^iw. b^,
the front started their enemy on the
retreat again and now that the roads
are good they have
Notice for Publication.
Land Office at Kinjrbsber. Okla.. Jay 23 1SKM
Notice is hereby riven thai the ; olio wine
named setUer has fll-d notice of blsintentlon
little reason tn t-o make final proof in support of his ciaim.
nine reason 10 and that said proof will fc made before L
hope that they will be permitted to j hM "!Bee ai
rest even in Mukden and may be drove I John b. Dale.
out of Manchura. forthe lotos* 44 .^nwji sees, twp 21 ranges
Russia is in desperate straits in con-
sequence of this war. If she should be
compelled to acknowledge defeat it
would be tbe signal of revolt of all her
Asiatic possessions. Fear is the aver-
age Oriental's safest master and if
Japan is successful from the frontiers
of China clear to the bounderies of
Europe her supremacy would be in
Russian victory would otherwise
signify a severe checkmate to Ameri-
can commerce. The exclusion that
would be introduced in caBe she is vie
torioue would place the Chinese wall
in the shade and her dominating in
fluence would surely extend south into
greater portions of China.
For this reason all America is in
sympathy with Japan who's unsurpas-.
ed valor is wringing victory from the
overwhelming power of one of the
mightiest nations of the earth, who
threatens if victorious to utterly crush
her beneath the iron heel of her vast
Call on Garber & Co. and buy your
wife a new hat! They have tbe latest
line of millinery at the most reason-
able prices ever shown.
Astray—A dark bay pony. Has been
at my place two weeks. Owner can
have same by calling and paying costs
at my farm, S W 22-23-3.
Astray—A three-year-old gelding
branded on left jaw, V-steeple brand.
It had a leather halter on. The owner
can have same by calling at my place
and paying costs. * tf
W. K. Murphy.
A Great Sensation.
There was a big sensation in I>ees-
ville, Ind. when \\. H. Brown of that
place, who was expected to die, had
his life saved by Dr. King's New Dis-
covery for Consumption. He writes:
"I endured insufferable agonies from
Asthma but your New Discovery gave
me immediate relief and soon then-af-
ter effected a complete cure, Similar
cure*, of Consumption, Pneumonia
lironchltis and Grip are numerous.
It's the peerless remedy for all throat
and lung troubles. Price 50c and 8100.
Guaranteed by Garber Pharmacy. Tri-
al bottles free.
He names the following witnesses to prove
nife continuous residence upon and cultiva-
tion of said land, viz:
Benjamin Dix Enos Vanehn. John Hodges
nd David W Bogge*> al! of Dllley O. T.
n 47 ID Hrownlee. Renter.
642 1-3 Congrn%- St.
PoBTLAKii, Maine Oct. 17, 1901
I consider Wine of Cmrdui superior
to an doctor's medicine I ever used
^ J * " thereof I speak. I suf-
fered for nine month* witn suppressed
menstruation which completely pros-
trate me Pains would shoot tnrourh
mv back and sides and I would hare
blinding headaches. Mv limbs would
swell up and I would feel so weak I
oould not stand up. I naturally felt
discouraged for I eoemed to be beyond
the help of physician?, but Wine of
Oardui came as a God-send to me. I
felt a change for tbe better within a
week. After nineteen days treatment
I menstruated without suffering tbe
agonies I usually did and soon became
regular and without pain. Wine of
Oardui is simply wonderful and I wish
that all suffering women knew of its
If so list it with the Pioneer Land
Company,at the Garber State Bank,
they will find you a buyer. Bring in
a sample of corn, wheat and other
products and put your name on it
and leave it at their office, so that
it can be seen by the northern home-
| Pioneer Land Company |
H. L. SHITH, Prop. & Hanager.
Home office, Des Homes, Iowa.
G. R. CHESNUT has charge of the
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GRONEMAN HDWE. CO. 1
For the Avery Pluto Disc Plows,
tbe best plow on the market.
Treasurer, Portland Economic League
Periodical headachet tell of fe
male weaknpss Wine of Cardni
cures permanently nineteen oat of
every twenty cases of irregular
menses, bearing dt vn pains or
any female weakness. If you are
discouraged and doctors have
failed, tEat is tbe best reason in
the world you should try Wine of
Cardui now. Remember that
headaches mean female weakness.
Secure a ti 00 bottle of Wine of
AND O U R £ THE LUNGS
""" Dr. King's
0UGHS and 50c & $100
'OLDS Free Trial.
Surest and Quickest Cure for all
THKOAT and LUNG TROUB-
LES, or MONEY BACK.
For sale at the Garber I'harmacv.
All kinds of Farm Machinery. Wa-
$ g°ns, Buggies, Surreys. A most com- jjg
| plete line of Shelf and Heavy Hard- '§
Ranges, Ganges, Gassoline
| Stoves, Wind Mills, Pumps & Tanks. M
Groneman Hdwe Co
£3 WISE MAN SAYS t I
Remember that a full line of good J g
servisable buggies, Van Brunt grain * 3
drills, sulky and
DISC PLOWS,! f
We're after you, it you are alter di-
mension or anything in the line of
building material; also white cedar
fence posts.—Sale & Johnson, (iarber
A complete stock of hardware and
tin and granate ware. Pumps and
windmills. Lubricating oils, coal oil
and gasoline, are always on hand at,
F. B. KRIVOHLA VEK.
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