Garber Sentinel. (Garber, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 3, 1910 Page: 5 of 8
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^ good by Garber people. |j
?. BUTTER FAT IS WORTH TOO
| MUCH TO FEED TO CALVES
This Calf Meal takes its
place. A big supply now at
I The Garber Pharmacy 1
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Grandpa Wallace is very sick.
M. M. Gage moved to town Monday,
l'ete of Sqiiowhallow is in
There is a news
agent now on "Old
THE GARBER PRODUCE CO. WILL PAY
26 cents per pound
Comemcing Friday, November 4th, 1910
Highest prices paid for poultry, eggs and
GARBER PRODUCE CO.
Geo. Burchholder went to Enid
Grandma Garber returned Saturday
fiora Cherokee. >
Good prospects for rain. The moon
will change soon,
Joe Hamilton a former plasterer in
Garber was here this week
D. C. 1'itser enjoyed a visit from his
father the first of the week.
Call and inspect the "Shamrock
enamelware fit Kent & Carters.
We will sell the old bank building
at. private sale.—The Farmers wtate
A.J. Melvin went to Enid, Tuesday
to attend the Farmers Union Con-
dentist over furniture
Ole lambert leturned to Gaiber
Geo. West will move to Enid the
last, of the week.
The cash coupons are worth 5 percent
at. Kri vohlavek's.
A. l\ Kent went, to Oklahoma City
this morning on business.
Chas. Handgartner is in Florida
inspecting the Evergmdes.
Corn for Sale at Garber at market
p!icei>3ct.-E. M. Laft'erty.
Mrs. P. W, Farr was an Enid visit-
or Tuesday and Wednesday.
It. L. Wilkinson returned Monday
from a business trip to Shattuck and
Plymouth Rocks:- i have some Ply-
mouth Kock cockerels for sale at 75c
Vera liruce has bought liuck Well's
I peanut house and moved it off of
Physician & Surgeon.
Office South of the
Office Phone . . 28
Residence phone 42
GAUBKK Ukl.Ati«> MA
Will be pleased to figure with you for J
plastering and all kinds of
drs. mccarty & McCarty
201 Stevenson Building,Enid oK.-
1. i. ARNOLD,
Contractor & Builder
! Main Street thw morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Loopt-e of Cresent
City are visiting his sister Mrs, Giles Ju9t' Arrived—A shipment of all
Mayhew, Kinds of Cigars, Chewing and smoking
I tobacco.—Long & Watson.
! williams and Kingery the congenial ^
I,,,,, ,. . ■ ,V . i We carry a complete ana up to date
.Killings auctioned were in Garber i,. .. ' , , j ...
I •-'■iturdav ! procerus Price and quality
j fjuarenteed. Goode & Semke
Lnther Cook and S. Stoner drove to j
iiifiings this afternoon to attend n Have you tried Weir's chili? It's
; Socialist speaking. j rich. It Is made in Enid by a man of
'20 years experience—Long and Wat
The high prleces paid lor hogs and son.
the cheapest price on fresh meiits In
the county is at Goode & Semke. I C. M. l'anly, stated Saturday that
. T, t „ , jhe had moved toStroiu Oklahoma
A. E. Larson of Enid at inetime
cashier of the Garber State Hank was
in Garber Wednesday ou business.
Say Young Fellows] We carry the
very finest line of candies, oranges,
appies, bananas and nuts—Long &
Fletch Wallace, of Okeene and
brother Jess of near Killings, left
1 Saturday after a visit here ou account 1
of their father's illness,
C, J. West writes
Here's wishing him success in his new
F. P. Long left Monday, after a
visit to his brother, J. K. Long and
family, for Enid which is his tempor.
Parents:- We will Dot be responsible
should any children get, hurt around
the mill while under construction.—
L. E 15ruce.
j If you want your suit pressed ami
ir the Sentinel I cleaned leave it at Dobler's ISarber
We Are Now
GIVING A lOc.TRADE
CH ECK with every f)0c.
worth of merchandise
bought in our store.
20c. on every
WE ALWAYS TRY
The Farmers Store
TO PLEASE Has
K. LONG, AUC.
15 YEARS EXPERIENCE ■
FARM SALES A SPECIALLY
REFERENCE Both Banks of GARBER
And every one for whom I have conducted a
Will sell anything you bring In on Saturdays on
tike streets of Garber,
furnish the tin cups for thu lunch.
GARBER - - OKLA
; to follow him from West I'alm iieaeh
j i.o Tilusvllle, Florida where he is en-
gaged in the real estate business.
M. E. Choir:- Ail membe'8, espec-
i ially officers of the M. E. choir are
requested to he present, Saturday
j night November ath—Chester Wolte,
Or. Jones felt so bad the morning
after Hallowe'en heciiuse the boys
didn't take his buggy that they got it
R. E. HILL,
Painter & Paperhanger
Decorator and FiQisber
Also Carpentry, j
Your work solicited and
Phone 93. Lock Box 85
GARBER, - - - OKLA
Williams & Kingery
Tjivc Stock ancl
General Farm Stock
If you don't employ us we
■will Both Lose MONEY
Terras Reasonable, Satisfac tion Gauranteed
11. A. FELT, 31. I).
Physician & Surgeon
Office and Residence:
Over Ebert's Hardware
Dr. BEN C. JONES
Garber, - - Oklahoma
CROWN AND BRILGE WORK
Vote for Larrick—
He wili devote his
entire time to the
duties of the office
of (^(). Superintend- thel,eXt !lucl save itsomeexar
ent and will not
run an insurance
and real estate bus-
iness on the side.
United States Land and
shop. Ladies suits given special care
Mrs. A, T, Edwards and little
daughters stopped off Tuesday, to
visit her mother Mrs. Martin Garber,
on th« ir way home to Oklahoma (lily.
Ohas, J. West, attorney- general of
the state of Oklanoma is billed by the
Democratic county campaign com
mittee to speak in Garber, Ff'dny
| November 4th at noon.
j A Wichita Eagle came down the
W. D. Kramer is back buying grain I street this morning and scared TVr-
for M. 0. McCafterty again. Mr. j rin's mnle team and caused 5". run
Kramer had hroUe up housekeeping j away. Business men sho'ild throw
here but is back ill the same bouse their papers out the back door.
ati<I settled again.
j The flnvor of poultry eannot be
Every body admits that I'rof, Ear- j properly iirought, out, unless a proper
rick is an A1 teacher. He iias de j dressing is used. The ground s:it e.
savory nnd thyme as sold under THE
ALTOX CjOOi).S label is what you
i Hvered the goods here and he will
inake an AI county supenuteudeut
and will deliver the good3
Hugh A, Cinnamon is having his
share of sickness in bis family this
year. Mrs. Oinuamon is down with
i pneumonia and a uurse from Okla-
j homa City is waiting on her.
1 Mrs. Smith and ^daughter Miss Irn a
| who have been visiting their daughter
mid wister, Mrs. I), ii. Letcher lett
I . . |^i . . | Wednesday iorCleo, to visit anothi-r
Irrigation Lxposilion daughter, Mrs. Arthur Hess.
and see our fine
Fine Cut Glass' X
W c manufacture Jewelry
^ Repair fine Watches and
W. C. Pfaeffle, ,
ENID, ... - - OKLA X
Watch Inspector for
Frisco & Rock Island
November 19 to December 4, 1910
Rock Island Lines will have a comprehen-
sive exhibit showing in a novel way the won-
derful development along its lines.
U. S. Government exhibit and lectures.
International Live Stock
Chicago Union Stock Yards
November 26 to
Greatest Show of Its Kind in
You cannot afford to miss these evenU.
They are interesting and instructive.
Ask Rock Island
Ticket Agent for
We understand that Dr. Potter by
mistake made a set of American 'entli
lor a German the other day, and now
the unfortunate man can jiot speak
in I ' erman or English and is mail it ke
We Intve nice sail fish. Red ShIiiv n
| at loe per lb , Lake Wriite fish in p ills ,
of 8ibs lift fur $100 or in small quan '
t.ities at 5c encli, Holland lieiring in j
kegs at $1.10 or in small quantities at |
a: each.—Gerken & Farr.
I will pay ten dollars reward foi I
informatio.j and conviction ot am |
person or persons multilating anj j
building on the Hotel grounds o:
any property belonging to me fri m j
ibis da'e —Mrs. Nettie Sherman.
There is a little matter that is cans
ing discord in our peaceful village
and it is a shame. Enemies are being
made and words spoken that will bi
a blight upon our town and the
harmony of our citizens for years
We deeply regret the affair,
Kent & Carter §
handle a lino of goods—including Shelf & Heavy Hardware
wagons, buggies, wheat graders, j which are guaranteed to
make you money J, Farm Implements, etc. etc. which have
no SUPERIOR. They do not handle any ONE LINE
but buy the host they can find wherever they find it, thus
selecting, they can give you more for your money than a
dealer who confines his purchases to one or two Jobbers.
You are solicited to call and inspect samples and be
your own judge as to the SUPERIOR quality of their goods
Buy early and save the future raise in market values.
Yours Very Truly,
Kent & Carter
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