Garber Sentinel. (Garber, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 5, 1912 Page: 8 of 8
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Phone No. 40. Night or Day.
0ffii*c Ovev Eliert'H Hwcl.
GARBER AUTO LIVERY
^ Prompt and efficient service. Phone No. 45 Jj-
% Party Trips to Enid solicited—Rate Reasonable ^
V. N. BRUCE, Prop. ^
i amis iMf
Handmade and Factory Made
Harness, Laprobes, Whips and
Everything in this line • .
Bring You Harness Troubles Here. F^epairiog of All Kinds
A ,A O k.
so we will sell our big supply of winter goods. Remember we have those pratical
sweater coats, caps, gloves and a line of shoes that are tested and best,
We have lots of fish. Come and buy them buy them by the keg.
The Free Talking Machine
(leal is still on. Save your coupons.
TRADE WITH THE DUTCHMAN n
J. HLQERKEN, GENERAL MDS.e
Subscribe for the Sentinel.
OUR CLUB OFFER
The Four Papers
Kansas City Htar
OK. FARM JOI R> AL
Wishing only one paper be-
sides the Sentinel $1.10. two
$1 20. These are papers yon
should have and almost every-
body takes. We send in list
on 1st and 15th of each month.
Good papers and magazines such as
Yontli's Companion, Ladles Home
Jo mil, Review of Reviews, Union
IS.;: ■ , Christian Herald, etc, will be
en ub'i/lutely FREE for one or mbre
i a s t" any family in Oklahoma who
w 1 send us their name and address,
li .mesof friends who want literature.
(jive names and ages of your child-
ren l his is positively no advertising
scheme. We have nothing to sell.
1' It is plan is intended especially to
enable poor people to supply their
homes with high class readiug mater-
ial. Address: FREE LITERATURE
HUREAU, Center, Texas.
Full bloodeu S. C. It I R Cockerels.
— Mrs. Wright .Seaman.
We don't know mean enough things
to say about the young upstart who
dug up the fact that in the barberous
ages when old men passed the age of
usefulness they were knocked in the
beau with a stone. The world has
reached a more enlightened ptage the
same puerile scribe dramatically af-
firms, and proceeds to relate that in
the course of evolution some young
men with unusual forethought for the
period instigated the preservation of
the aged on account of their supposed
Miss Lucy Bartunek returned Tues-
day from El Reuo where she has been
visiting for six weeks,
Miss Clara Hasselwander of St
Louis, is here since last week at the
Our Poor Service
The train from Enid is habitually
late. And then the engine is in bad
shape making its trips out from the
county seat very uncertain. Tuesday
the train got a car off the track near
Killings, in twenty minutes the sect-
ion crew had it back but the frail
home of Judge J. B. Morgan,
\fro tit „ a ... u-.i ! en gine tender was knocked off the
Mrs. Geo. west and three children
of Enid spent Friday and Saturday at nd it was uearly dark before
the home of Air. and Mrs. Luther j the train was able to complete its
^°ok. 'trip. It this was only a common oc-
.>m.m.i >.i b i a I A-Strat ford, president of a tent curencelt would not be so bad, but
supernatural wisdom and knowledge. . w. i -
........ . I awning company ot Wichita, ar- l jg becoming too common. We are
And that this has worked tor centur-: r,ved here in his automobile and spent fl , „ t„ the lheory thBt „
ies but lately a disregard for the | Thanksgiving with his brother, W. W. J
custom is creeping in and the words Stratford, cashier of the Garber S ate motor co cb run out from Enid in
of old people are not heeded as in days From llt,re h« to Enid the morning and evening would be a
of yore. The last statement is very V'8'C ^'9 Pilreuts-
STOP ANNOYING PEOPLE BY COUGHING.
STOP ATTRACTING UNDESIRABLE ATTENTION.
Pure and Pleasant Dr. King's New Dis-
covery Drives Away Cough and Cold.
Makes You Feel Fine.
You know how very embarrassing
it is to constantly cough at parties,
in church and other public places.
Besides suffering the distress of
coughing, you regret the annoyance
to those with whom you are brought
in contact, and decide not to go out
again while your cold lasts, causing
yourself much inconvenience.
"Every winter," writes Mrs. M. 0. Cross,
Granbury, Texas, "I suffered with severe
oouj'Ub and colds, but since usins; Pr. King's
New Discovery, T have not been bothered or
annoyed with either for over two years."
Ask your druggist for a bottle of
Dr. King's New Discovery. He will
refund your money if rot satisfied.
iHK GAlvHER IMlAitMACY
Burn the Bugs
If the farmers on every section of
laud will co operate in the burning of
bunch grass and big blue stem, '.'85 of
every 1,OCO chinch bugs wintering
there can be killed. The bugs ate j
leaving the cornfields now for their
winter nomes al. ng fence rovs and in
patches of grass. Examination will
show where burning is necessary aud
co-operation with your neighbors will
make it an easy matter, December is
the time to burn grtss.
Repeated experiments made by bug
men at the Kansas Agricultural col
lege in various sections of the state
show that fall burning is the one cer-
tain way to prevent the possibility of
a bug invasion the following summer.
But to make fall burning successful
co-operation of farmers in a neighbor-
hood is necessary. If Jones burns his
grass and Smith across the road dots
not, the bugs will emerge from tte
Smith grass next spring and attack
the crops on both farms.
A sweeping fire, a back tire or a sii!e
tire may be used in the burning. Where
grass has made a heavy growth or
where it is so short that fire will not
move over it in any other w-y, the
sweeping tire may be used. The side
and back fires are used in burning ov> r
meadows that have been kept mowed
or where there is not a heavy growth
of grass. In all cases the should be
burned as closely to the ground as
possible. The closer it is burned the
greater number of hugs are killed. If
the grass is burned to within one inch
of the crow Ho to 100 percent of the
chinch bugs are killed experiments
See your neighbor, and help orgaulze
your neighborhood and carry out the
above instructions If there ia noth-
ing done the chinch bugs will take the
crops next year in loctlities where
i he" wese abundant in 191!
—Oklahoma Farm Journal.
evident in Garber. Grandparents now
wait on the grandchildren instead of
the grandchildren waiting on the
i Red hot, and flavory peppers make 800<^8 'B expected any time
the IVpper Sauce stronger and more
| tasty. They are the kind used in
making The Alton Goods Pepper iu each bottle of The Alton Goods
i f-auce.l Pepper Sauce.
good thing for all concerned, the
towns, the people and the railroad.
This could be had if the people would
unite in an effort to bring it about,
but Billings has always fought such
a movement, Hut Garoer mer-
T> ... j chants do not fear the closer compet-
Red Birds is the name often given
those red hot, flavory pepders you see io" of Enid that this wouW cause 1,8
Mr. Mert Marley and family of Paw-
nee, Nebraska, arrived last week and
Staying at the home of his brother-in-
law, E, T, Whitney. Mr. Marley pur-
! chased the Richter farm and his cat
they can and do sell cheaper than our
Tasty strong Pepper Sauce cannot
be made from cheap, atr engfhless
l'eppers. The big, red Peoper* you
In The Altou Goods Pepper Sajice
ace Red Hot.;
Having been appointed receiver for the
Stock of Merchandise
I will offer the same for sale at less than wholesale prices
Saturday, November 30 th
AND CONTINUING UNTIL
Saturday, December 7, 1912
In only 7 days this entire stock consisting of
OVERALLS, SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR
SHOES, GROCERIES, etc.
Everything that goes to make up a general store must be sold to
satisfied the creditors. The prices will range below wholesale
and the goods will sell out rapidly at this season. So come early
and get your choice while the stock is complete. Everything wilV*
be marked in plain figures and nothing reserved. Here is vour
opportunity to stock up for the Winter.
F. B. KRIVGKL4VEK
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