Garber Sentinel. (Garber, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 3, 1910 Page: 1 of 8

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GARBER. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1910. VOL. XII NO. 3
For Representative
j. B. Campbell
J.fhe Ilon^manof Waukomis, re
publican nominee for Kepika-'itl.ative
jond District ' Garfield County,
[on If I like "to mee\ every voter in the
„Unty personally but Me has neither
flu'time or money to spare necessary
to do so. lie hits been a resident of
"MUahoma for mora than twenty
JLrs. lias a large acquaintance
Bthro lghout thestate, will h will bi
^especially benefecial in securing re-
| cognition in tlie house of Representa-
tive He desires to th ink all who
assist him in liis efforts, and merits
the hearty co-operation of all the
people regardless of pontic's in se-
curing legislation that will be the
greatest giTod for the greatest number.
Vote for Scott
A vote for Wiufleld iscjtt, ltepubli-
cau nominee for County Judge, will
/be a vote for a clean and capable
\ mau. While charges and counter-
charges have been frequeut between
a number ot the candidates, nothing
, in his record and past life has been
found subject t, attack. As a boy,
a student, a soldier and a lawyer lie
has given every one a square d'jal and
has uevc.r asked lor mo.e than thai
for himself. He is strong, honest
and reliable and well veraed in the
law and is thus well equipped topasB
in partially upon tin; disputes and
controversies submitted to tin Coun-
ty Judge Ills deci ions will tie pass-
ed upon justice and right rather than
on precedent and technicality. A
vote for him will oea vote lor o.:e
worthy of the olllce for which he is
candidate.
Judge Dan Huett
From the expression of the citizens
of this county s > far aa we have been
,\b.e to learn, the election of Judge
Dan Iluett is aasured. This is as it
should be and 13 u worthy tribute to
an honorable man, a good lawjer anc
just Judge. Judge Iluett has been a
taxpayer for years and has contri-
buted of his time and money to the
building up of Enid and Uartielit.
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County.
He has had the burden of organizing
the now Court; he is giving absolute
satisfaction as judge. He has had the
experience as a lawper which enables
bin to make a geod Judge, lie baa
the absolute confidence and respect
of all the people of this county; he is
the present Judge of the Court and |
has bean for over two months.
There is no complaint. Theu why
should there be a change? .Judge
Iluett is no new Or Inexperienced
man and will be retained a if .fudge of
the Superior Court. You do not hate
to enquire who Judge Dan Iluett is.
If you do not know him personally,
you have Heard him; to know him
personally is to like him and the re
putation lie has nade as a citizen,
lawyer and Judge is ail that could be
desired of any one. Why change .J
It was Dan Iluett who mad' lar-
lleld C'luuty 510,COO.00 out <>f the
Waters-Pierce Oil Company. He has
bei n faithful in all matters entrusted
to him. He is able and is making
good s^ .1 uage Why change?
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Hpc'cial Sale
SATURDAY,
on Clothing
MENS3, YOUNG MENS, BOYS AND
CHILDRENS SUITS AND
OVERCOATS
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Recommends Him
To the Farmers of Garfield County:-
We have a man running lor County
Treasurer who lias been a neighbor of
mine for a number of years, he pros-
pered while among us and done many
things which were beneficial to our
> neighborhood and we w°re sorry when
we knew h:; was going to leave us
and his old homestead, we all knew
we would miss Sam Meyers in many
ways but being a farmer by birth and
training Sam still clings to his old
haunts and we have the benefit of his
and his good wife's company at every
religious and social function in our
neighborhood and where sickness is
there they are also.
lie will make just as good a Conuty
Treasurer as hehas'beeu a farmer and
neiglibdi, you will like him there an
welt as wf hav liked here, farmers
get acquainted with him, he is one of
us.
From his old neighbor,
■ 11 T. Stebbens.
On this date only we will make a
reduction of 20 per cent from the regular
price of any suitor oven oat in our entire
line. We have the most complete line of
clothing we have ever shown and this
remakable reduction gives everyone an
opportunity to buy clothes at wholesale
prices. These prices are for cash only and
for the above named date only.
Resp'y
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Republican Rally
Garber Endorses Glasser
Enid, Okla., Oct. 20tb, 1910
Mr. II. O. Glasser,
Enid, Okla.
Dsar Mr. Glasser: M/ attention has
been called to the newspaper campaign
which has been conducted in opposi
tion to your candidacy for Oouuty At-
torney, I feel certain however, that the
people of (iatfield county are too in-
telligent to be influenced by the
publication of misrepresentations at
so nfuch per line.
From personal observation while on
ttie bench, 1 feel justified in saying
that your personal conduct in cases in
the district court amply recommends
jcuir 'nullifications for the positian io
which you now aspire.
The assistance' you rendered me in
the championship of the Principals o
of Progressive Republicanism, of the
clean administration of public aifaln-
has nut only been greatly appreciated
and remembered by me. but I trust
will be by all my liiends in the coming
election.
With coroi.il personal greetin
regards, I am,
Yours respectfully,
ti. C. GARBER
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Vote for farmer Sam Mj ers for Co.treasurer
In Jail
Some small boys persisted in follow-
ing a bunch of the Hallow E'en merry
makers Monday night so the little
fellows were caught and put in the
town cooler by the gang and were
left there "a long, long time," as the i
laddies tell it. We would tell who
tt-sy were only it would be a blemish
on their names for a long, long time.
Temperance Rally
at
Garber
Saturday at 3: p. m.
A Fine Time
The Rebekah lodge requests us to
tiiauk everyone who assisted in mak-1
i:ig the entertainment and supper a!
success Monday night. The program
v. < i excellant and a credit to our com-
munity We would take pi asuM in
i felling of the special number tint for
rbe lack < f time. A party promised
• r-ive us an acconnt otthe evening
but fali' d up to the ! ist minute.
Vote for the man.
Jleware of election day stories.
Taking personal grievances into
; politics doesn't mark you as a man.
, A week and the suspense will be
; over.
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Another Republican Rally at
(iarber, Saturday, November 5th, at
7:80 o'clock p ni Hon I' - «'• &
will discuss the political issue of tin
coaipaign. Come out and hear him
We are heie for business. Will buy
anything you have for sale, or sell an
thing we have. So if you are from
Missouri come in and we will show
yQH Goodti & b6dltC*
We wish to call your attention
the fact that Kent & Carter sell th
liFST grng plow "li th" market. OH
ver; the lH^T Mower-Emerson (live
them a trial and be convinced.
The bush is an evergreen. The
berry when roasted and packed under
the ALTON GOODS brand is the
e ■. best.
the first national bank
Capital $101,000.00
Prof. Larrick is out campaigning
this week and is meeting with much
enconrgement.
1'rof. Owens is in Alfalfa County
where lie Is candidate for County
Superintendent.
H is your doty to give time and,
study to the questions to be voted on
November 8tlr
Enid, OUla . Oct 21, 1910
To the Voters of fiarlield County;
1 have hid business di iing with
II. O. (llasi- T for several y a.-® and
have always fouivi him huiu?t ar.Q
honorable m h's dealing. Mr. Glasser
has doue his banking business with
this hank ever since he located at.Ei.id
and it, lias always bee.; very ..atisiact-
cry with th bank, boV' « born.we
and a depositor.
Very rtspectfnlly,
II. II. Chiimplin,
i'resldent.
Judge Dan Ilueit looks like a win-
ner and e ood man tor Lhe office.
Different Opinions
In the Sentinel last week Mr. L<nvis
Lip pert, was quoted in saying that he
did not !■ ••• ipendiOltN but ctn-|
..estionor tho bf) v,-P. We were t ilk- j
,ng over the 'phone to Or. llallater
| 0f Oklahoma City, who own a hoa |
i pitnl there and who is one of the most
' noted surgeons in the Southwes. a d
1 rtated to the t fleet th*t M<-. Lipoart
had apptndlcit.s an . although he re
lioveri from this attack he will not
11,., (litfrelv free I rom it and may be a' •
-.i-n* ti" if '« nenlK t'orm at anv time
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Vote for the man ^
who has at all times 1
Mb
been with the farmer |
and you will vote for
Sam Meyers.
HiiliHtaiitial,
Orel' $ 10 ),000 oil 1>ephit
The largest surplus fund for its
capital of any Bank in Western
Oklahoma. Encourage your
children to save by depositing in
Our Saving Department. ||
We appreciate your business. ^
The Farmers SiateBan'fc, |
Carber3 Okla. 2
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If the .Senl'.Jie,!'S a vl^l j
l.traye,.!- l . y >ii it U ■ fKtlute nad we]
an' yon to take your ii.ime oft Hon't
take ju t for fii«ud*hip. However
we have r-.i ' ' t > I -lievn that ' I*
almost a "household lecessity' h -
cause oar It t w it vr in better
shi pe tiid it. (("' t ' ''
Vote for E. Hume
Vote for Larrick
Head this issue care-!^ }011
fully. >
KINDS OF DltAYING AND
WORK IN THIS LINE
are goin^ to move let us help you.
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Peters, Kay. Garber Sentinel. (Garber, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 3, 1910, newspaper, November 3, 1910; Garber, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc144574/m1/1/ocr/: accessed May 25, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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