Garber Sentinel. (Garber, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 15, 1912 Page: 1 of 8
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GARBER. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15 1912.
XIII NO 19
Paper your rooms
now and save 25 per
cent on wall paper.
25 per cent discount
on all wall paper for
a short time only.
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Looks Like a Railroad
Oklahoma City, Feb. -tfi.-News of the letting of a contract for the
(j/ I co induction ot :i new anil jnu|nit i• • t line i f railroad I ecair.e known today.
W C J-'.. ilagerty ot Mew Vork, 1). (J. Kgtcham of Oulden City. Mo., A "> \ i;K'iri
Y I, liolliver, Mo, M li Cooper of Pittsburg, Mo., John A Urlesel ofCo.dm
' ' I City, Mo., lid C Urlesel of Muskogee, Okla., .1 W (Jiiesel of I'awnte, and W 11
Reed of Wewoka, have signed a contract with William Love of La Fayette,
Indiana, one of the largest contractors in the United States, to construct the
Oklahoma and Golden City railroad, which has bevn surveyed fr in Jellersou
The County Prisoners
Should the pilsners of Card Id county work In the city psrks of Ktrd,
on the streets of Ktiitl, or in an ]a o on an; high ' ay not t e'ouging t>
• I ii Held county. These prisoners, and the two guards over them ire an
expense to (jarlield county and their si< vices shou'd be for t" b B of the
Dr Orlnp of Enid will he in Dr. Guy E.
Fence That Farrr)
CM Mo [Brewer's office, Wednesday aud I'llurs(lay,
o«,February 21 and 22.
1 he road will enter the state east of Vinita and will go in a westerly —
direction, psslng through Bartlesville, Pawhuska, Billings and Enid and
westw aid ni til it reaches Fairview, Major county, where its present terminus
is planned. The contract price is $8,000,000. In thirty days Mr. Lovo will
have one thousand men at work and in two months will have tlir. e times that
He Will start one thousand teams, a number of steam shovels, and as
f ist as (he grade is completed, will begin building bridges and putting do.vn
rails. And then when the bridges are built and the rails are all laid he will
receive. $8,000,000 when he turns the completed road and its equipment over to
During the past ten years Mr. Love has done contracting work for the
Burlington, Illinois Central, Big Four, Wisconsin Central ynd Lake Shore,
His Oklahoma contract is the bigc-'st of the year.
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a <s gwlc BisSrilmtor
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arii! Snglc lamp ibupptiesS
A letter trom our old friend,John li.
Medlen, states that he has moved to
Certsco, Nebraska, trom Ashland,
where he is engigel in the sto«k busi-
ness. lie says that, it hna been awful
cold up ihero and lots of si. nv i
still snowing. lie iniorms us that Mr.
Gracy may bn expected here In a few
days and John winds up by asking for j
the address of his jMpn-to be ch m?
saying that he likes Oklahoma air:.:
C. II. Meier leaves about ^ turday
for Illinois. He lias not loei id y>
hut liss paid for I he Sentinel a year f ■
follow him when he is t«■ 111> . 1 • ; i ■
has interests here. When told that he
Will not tsi: y away from ti.o I aid of - . ~ .
. „ i Prices are gotnc to adv
says that lie will > b "
Why not buy
Ro ,'il Woven V. ire, now?
: and we want you to get
the benewL 1 liie iow prices.
he Fair Cod 1,
say tlr t he will. lie will oe missed by
:.v ii lends who wui aiw; • •. weic m :o !>0j t! Woven Fcnce, is recognised as the Acme
' of Perfection in fences, and is guaranteed.
*"[. A ,! 'n! i ' '-ost Come in and bring your specifications, We'll
I v would Ki .ii havt tiie i a ; be glad to sho>Y you the v-crits of our fence at your
ithan winter goods to we offer at cost | couvenience. Yours very truly,
h all winter underwear, winter shittp,! .
winter caps, and winter s .ve'iteru —J. KeQt & Carter,
ft i ItrGerken.
3D €3® OBM eiiuUKK; 2LXX© I'llIM 98S
If you only knew 1
as well as We know it,
you would want it
—and want it quick I
It is famous for its
LIGHT—wonderful in quantity and quality.
CONVENIENCE—as easy to operate as gas.
SAFETY—can't clog, can't explode and
cannot be overturned.
ECONOMY—uses ordinary kerosene oil.
Burns but a quart in 16 hours.
We give trading stamps
Will have a car of choice 'ted pot t
I toes on the \r* cl: at Garb r i-.b at
j February 22nd, coii'istiiig of Fatly
Ohio's, Karly Rose, and Triumph.
I'rice v'1,45 per buslal up.
SagmaW siloi. and Whirlwind cut 1 JK
ters. Write ot phone, Ceorge Bee by, MM!
Route 4, Marshall, Oklahoma, for
prices and terms. 20t isff
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Netice is Hereby (iiven, That at H !
session of the Hoard of Commissioners
of (larlield County, Oklahoma, held >'n j
!' e lOt h day of I eta nary, A. !> I ;• t J a;^^
petition signed by E, A. Thorp aul
others of Allison tow ship asking f.-r i
a view and a sutvey for the purpose of 11
locatiiiB- a certain County lloid, des-j'
cribed as followi: 0 >mmi doing al the I j
W. corner of tno N, 10. Si ction 25
t.wp, 23, r 4 and terminating at tie
N W. corner of the N. E. % Section 25 I
twp. 23, r. 4, was presented and that;
John Ingmire, W. A. Ciiatfee and J, I
Chavelier, Vi'«urs, '.and i! F. Lewis!
County Snrvevor, will meet at the I
p!nce of begluniiig of said road, on the i
2 id day of March, A. D. 1912, at one j
o'clock p. in. of said day and proceed ,
to view and survov said road, and j^ive I
all parties a hearing.
Done by order „[of tho Board of j
Cominitsinners of Garllsld County,|
Ira A. Williams
Couuty Clerk and Clerk of said Board. |
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agement for tiie jKist ten years.
atock has been
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Peters, Kay. Garber Sentinel. (Garber, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 15, 1912, newspaper, February 15, 1912; Garber, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc144641/m1/1/: accessed May 24, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.