Garber Sentinel. (Garber, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 22, 1913 Page: 1 of 8
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Whole No. 709
GARBER, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1913.
VOL. XIV NO. 33
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Lost $2,000.00 ! KMC*
The most attractive and complete assortments
we have ever received. Call and inspect these
goods before making your spring purchases.
You will find the best for the money in our
new assortments of Gingham; Zephyr Linen, Whip
cord, Bedford Cord. Lurene Ratine,Costume Crepe
Cotton Voile, Silks and Messalinc.
Don't tail to seethe Ladies shirt waists,Gowns
Corset Covers, and underskirts, Laces and Em-
broideries, Corret Cover Embroideries, 45 and
inch Houneings and an elegant line of ladies long
for ladies, misses and children have arrived and invite your
inspection. We have 50 pair of Oxfords for children to dose
60c. per pair. 1 his is a bargain.
We take your butter and efcgs for any of our goods.
6ABBBB & COMPACT.
We give trading stamps
The express man on Old Joker was |
I ke a drunk or crazy man when lie !
passed throug'i (iarber Monday on
the return trip from Billings A pack
age containing two thousand dollars I
in currency from the Hank of Enid to j
the Citizens Bank of Billings was ■
missing from the stroug box when he j
went to deliver it at Billings.
Itisoniy meager reports that we
hear hut it Is said he hud not locked
the strong box and was riding part of
the time in >.be engine cab. Detect-
ives of the railroad and express com-
pany are busy on the case but 110 ar-
rests have been mBd« up to date.
The money disappeared in so myster-
ious a manner that the ollioials claim
not to have a single clue on which to
If the money is never recovered, the
bondsmen of the young express mes-
senger will have to pay the loss.
Ball Player Dropped Dead
About three-quarters of an hour
after the ball game between Garber
and Billings, at Billings, Wednesday,
Leo Minneban, who played third base
for Billings, dropped on the street
dead from heart failure. After the
game lie spolst' ot a pain in his breast
but seemed cheerful and waved good
bye to some of the Gaiber team as
they left town in a car. lie belongs
to a prominent family and is known
quite well in Garber having only Sat-
urday and Sunday visited here, The
Garber ball boys bad not all left town
when he died,
WALL PAPER and PAINT |
We have over 50 patterns of paper to ;j|y
w select from ranging in price from 10c to 40c
^ per double roll. ^
>(< SHERWIN-WILLIAMS Paints ®
---A paint for Every purpose. jf\
Th« only place in Garber you can find
--The best varnish for all purposes. Manu- f|\
factured and put up in a variety of colors.
A good many years ago Thomas Lane walked into a bank and
deposited $100.00. In course of time, he died, and while settling
up his estate bis executor found the original bank book record-
ing the S1C0.00 which Lane had forgotton. The executor came
to the bank and found that the SI00.00 had erown by compound
interest to $2,350 00.
The powers of compound interest olfer a sure and safe
way to become independent and wealthy.
We pay you compound interest in our Saving Department
and keep your money absolutely safe.
itvc 'Sa.sfsvfcsa SWu Q
M[p. Effie M. St.evyart of Garber, and
Mr. James A. Davis of Crescent, weie
ni:irried at the home of her mother,
Mr.-. Brooks, at (5: p m. Saturday,
May 17, Rev. Kleinsteiber of the M. E.
church officiating. Mrs. Davis was!
one of our "hello" girls and is popular
in th * community, Mr. Davis is mana-
ger of the moving picture show that
has been placing in the town for a
month. Both have the beat wishes of
the Sentinel and their many friends.
Mr. Davis "Id the Garber people good
bye by throwing on the screen a pic-
ture of himself and bride.
The (iarber boys are playing a little
base ball tbts season. In two out of
threb gj,ines played uo ruus were
made against them, Yesterday in
the game with Billings, August Ebert
v \o was iu the box for the first time
t:tu f,en.F'>.i v-as not in his old
torm and with poor support viurber
was defeated by the primeval score of
18 to 10 Len Cramer, who pitched
the two prior games will mount the
mound against fairmont Sunday. The
boys are playing lice ball for the lirst
of the deasjn.
A. O. Beifel, stock solicitor for the
proposed interurban road from Arkan-
sas City to this point, w s in our little
city a couple of hours Monday fven
ing and interviewed several of our
business men and citizens. He in-
formed us that a crew of ten survey-
ors wore then at work between Owen1'
and Bdliogs getting the lay of the
giound on a diagonal route from Ton-
kawa, and also that he would be bask
here within a few days to furtner ex-
plain the proposition of getting an
electric line established to our city
from the north—Billiug3 News.
Equalization Board fleets
The County Board ot Equalization
of Garfield county will meet in the
County Commissioners' office on Tues-
day, June 3rd, 1913, and complaints
will be heard and assessments adjust-
ed iu the townships of Blaine, Noble,
Grant, Olive, Woods, Otter, Marshall,
I Heed, Allison and Lincoln.
A union Memorial Day sermon will
be delivered by ltev. J. W. (larner of
tie Christian c urch of Perkins. Ser-
vices will be held iu the M. E. church.
Ail churches in Garter will meet to-
gether on that day, 11: a. m., MBy ^o,
Noxall Flour has always
been a leader and since the
has been installed people
say, "Noxall is a Winner."
Fred Brunken, Sr.. is driving a new
Ford automobile. The continuous
passing of cars hy his place was too
much aud now he is learning the joys
of carburators, spark plugs,aud "blow
On account of the increased demand
for hall insurance 'lheSt. Paul will
write 84000, per section this year, 1913.
See their agents before writing.
—-S. W. Poore, Dial. Agt.
Everything in Repairs, Supplies
and Oils at
Kent & Carter,
Uncle Hiram is rather feeble today
from eating too many greens.
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Peters, Kay. Garber Sentinel. (Garber, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 22, 1913, newspaper, May 22, 1913; Garber, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc144737/m1/1/: accessed December 3, 2023), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.