Garber Sentinel. (Garber, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 11, 1916 Page: 4 of 8
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ESTABLISHED NOV. 3rd, 1889, HY Si H. PETERS
KAY P E T KHS
Published Every Thursday
Editor Jfc I'roi'uietor.
Subscription l'rice - ®1,00 per yem
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POSTOFFIOK AT KAHRER, OKI.AHO.MA AS SKCOMD-C1.A9H MAIL MATTKH.
The Fair lUven Agriculture Club
met 011 Black Bear Creek for a picnic
last Thursday afternoon.
Members of the club brought lunch
which whs enjoyed by all present at
a late hour in the afternoon. The
boys were delighted with eating pick-
The club will be entertained later
with Ice cream and wa erg for which
a committee was appointed.
i). J. Meek illustrated the monitor
to the corn raising boys to use as a
Visitors of the club were: Mrs Gib-
son, Mrs H.F. Gilpin, Amy Cruise,
Stella| Semke, Mrs. a. n. Southwlck,
Co. agt., 1). T. Meek Co. agt, Mrs.
liekwith, and Alton Neundorf.
Members of the club present were:
Gustav Mlelitz Jr.
Club otlicers are:
president; Edith Honeywell, vice-pre-
sident; Myrtle bailey,secretary; Calvin
Hailey, treasurer; Milton Cooper, cor -
Gustav Mielitz Jr
State Labor Commissioners W. G.
A8hton is evidently, worried about his
job. Last year he issued a call scat-
terd all over the United States for
harveBt hands and the country was
flooded—by hands and rain. This year
he attempted another plan and it is
not working very well. He has sent
out letters direct to farmers asking
the number of hands they will need m
harvest and the farmers have not res-
The Priscilla club met with Mrs.
Stella Heard, April 26th. The after-
noon whs spent in the usual way
Members present, Mesdames Moarley,
Gage,Wilcox, Gofl,(}illespie, and Cobb.
Invited guests, Mrs Hoy Chitwood
and Miss Elea Gillespie
After the business pesion was over a
dainty luncheon of fruit cake, sand
wiches, pickles and coffee, was served
by the hostess. Tbe club adjorned to
meet with Mrs. John Cooper, May 3rd.
The Priscella club met with Mrs.
John Cooper, May 3rd. The afternoon
was pleasantly spent in needlework,
visiting, and music. Members present
MesdameB Dodd, Rhodes, Wilcox, Gil-
lespie, Cramer, Wychoff, and Cobb.
Invited guestB, Mrs. Schneider, Mrs.
LaGrange, and Miss Maggie Trower.
After the business session was over a
dainty luncheon of sandwiches, fruit
salid.cake and cocoa was served by the
bostest assisted by her two daughters
and Miss Maggie Trower. The club
adjourned to meet with Mrs. Cobb,
i>n. c;i v Eu mmmwmm
PHONES: OFFICE, 46; RESIDENCE, 40
Office West of Fanners Htivte Hunk
Day or Night Garber, Okla.
Dr. A Mathers
Treats all diseases; performs all
For Sheriff operations by tl)e latest and most
scientific r^etbods Knowo to the
I desire to announce my candidacy profession. Examioations free,
for stjeriff, subject to the action of LOCATED on my farm 5 miles
tl)e voters in the Republican pri- j soutlj and 2 east of Garber. Pfoone
voters in the Republican pri-
maries ir) August.
1 Hereby aonounce as candidate
for re-electior) to the office of Sheriff
of Garfield couQty, sabject to tbe
Republican primaries, Aaugst 1.1916.
I am a candidate for tbe Republi-
can nomination for the office of
County Attorney, subject to the
will of tbe voters at the primary
election in August.
I am a candidate for the Republi-
can Qominatioo for Con)rr)issior}er
Secood District Garfield couoty,
subject to the will of the voters at
the (August primary.
ELI N. WELLS
Dr. BEN C. JONES
Garber, - - Oklahoma
J. B. MORGAN
COLLECTIONS A SPECIALT.Y
A FEVERISH SEARCH FOR OIL
Although it cannot be sakl that
Oklahoma is oil mi d, the search for
oil has been greatly stimulated by tin
high prices, and may result in the ilnd-
ing of oue or more big pools. Oil men
believe there ate other large pools
underlying the surfaoe in this 3tate.
They have every rei'^on to believs that
such Is the case.
It there are other pools, surely they
will be found in the rigid search that
!b being made for them now. Len '68
are being bought in every locality
where ther* is the least possibility ol
oil being found. Large sums are be-
ing paid out for some of the leases and
and more mouey is going into circulat-
There is more oil here—any oil man
will verify the statement. The search
for it will continue until it Is found,
too, If the price of oil continues as
high as it Is now, Should it go higher,
the search of oil of course become
more vigorous. Fortunate indeed will
be those who find the next great pool,
and there is no way of knowing what
moment it may be discovered.
Hasten the day when the discovery
shall be made, for we might as well
have the hidden wealth right now. On
with the drilling. —Oklahoma City
1 Acme binder reg. §165 value
1 Oliver 1 ister, tiicycle 46,c0 value
@ 35 00
1 Kingman lister, 1 wheel 43.50
value @ 32 50
1 Dempster lister cultivator, two
row, 45 00 value @ 33 50
2 Dandy I'ster cultivitors, two
row, 30.00 value @ 25 50
2 Dempster cultivators, 8 shovel
two row, 55.00 value @ 42 50
1 Ohio cultivator, 8 shovel, two
row, 52.50 value @ 40 00
t Ohio cultivator, 4 shoyel, 28,50
value @ 22 50
2 Kingman cultivator, 4 shovel
28 50 value @ 22 50
2 Ohio cultivators, 6 shovel, 29 50
value @ 23 50
1 disc cultivators, 32.50 value @ 25 00
1 Sharpies Cream separator 65.00
value @ 55 CO
1 3-burner oil stove 11,00 value @ 8 50
1 4 burner with cab.18.00 value @ 14 50
Special values in single harness.
1 set driving harness worth S25 @ 820
KENT & CARTER.
We are authorized to aonounce
the narTje of Eln^er E. way as a can-
didate for nonjioatiot) for County
Assessor of Garfield county, subject
to the will of the republican voters
at tbe August primaary.
House Painting Paper Hunting
B. M. SLUYTER
The Decorator and home Beautiflcr^l
Sign Writing Carriage Paintln
CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK
Garter, - - - - - Oklahoma
A postal card or tele-
phone call will bring a
sewing machine to your
home on a free trial.
Buy if you like. . . .
If you have any sewing
machine troubles of any
kind write or call us as
we have a salesman who
makes your territory
every two weeks and will
gladly attend to your
Mches. Sold a^ $2.00 per mo.
or three fall payments. NO
INTEREST. Phone 20
SI\GER SI- W\ MCI!*:, CO,
S. E. Lamb, Mgr.
106 N. Indep. Enid, Okla.
Abbott & Ivenclricli
North Side ENID, OKLA.
NOTICE TO 0EED1T0KS
State Ot Oklahoma, County Of Gar-
field, 88, In The County Court,
Iu the Mattar Of The Estate of Rich-
ard N, Allen, Deceased.
All persons having claims against
the estate of Richard N. Allen, Deceas-
ed, are required to present the same
with necessary vouchers to the uiuter-
sigued administrator at his place ot
business, viz. The Farmers State Bank
of Uarber, Okla., within four months
of the date hereof or the same will be
Dated this 3rd day of May 1916.
RICHARD N. ALLEN, JK„
Uarber & Krnse,
Attorneys for the Administrator,
1 know that when there comes dis-
aster, that sticks like an adhesive plas
tjr, a man gets no relief, by giving
free reign to his dander, and showing
Innocent Bystander how loudly be
can beef. I know that sympathy will
dwiudle, if all the lirea of wrath you
kindle, when you have stubbed y our
toe; far better for your name it will j
be, if you simply nurse yonr trilty,| MAGAZINES..
and say it looks like snow. All men
admire and love the Spartan who
struggles to conceal his smartin', bis
sickness and his pain; so If your head
hurls, don't ait crying, but spend a
minute prophesying that we shall have
some rain, I know that disaster sticks
the tighter to any weak and weeping
blighter who will not turn and scrap;
but it will And its job revolting, and
soon quit badgering and jolting the
the brisk, aggressive chap. Ill fortune
is a 'Inborn bluffer; it dogs your heels
and makes you suffer', while you for
this will stand; but wlieu ,11 fearlessly
you eye it, and pull its whiskers ant
defy it, it skips to beat the band
A Ford on the road for every car of another q
make. Price delivered—Touring Car,$472.75 9
If you want the Sentinel to continue
coming let us kuow. If you don't
want it you confer a favor by telling
Do your part--send the
Sentinel to a friend.
€UM>, C. Wells
All Dailies and
We take subscriptions for ail the
daily papers and all the leading max
azines. Get the habit once of send-
ing in your subscription through me
and you will find it much more antis-
lactory and less trouble, besides
you will save a little money and 1
will make a little.-—Kay.
L. A. II
Live Stock and General Farm Sales
When wanting my services
Phone No. 8
BILLINGS, - OKLAHOMA
Chas. N. Harmon
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR
Ex-Prosecuting Attorney Garfield Countv
M 811 ' 2/
r Pfr~iu=-. '
John Deere Low Down flanure Spreader is
built low down.
The John Deer Roller Bearing
Wagon is very Popular.
Cfefe £:££ s-.frs- i-5- % 5- S-
We have just leceived a big shipment ^f staple hardware which had bten runuitig pretty low owing
to the BIO 11KDUCTI0N SALE WHICH WE A11JS CONTINUING. Yon will have to see the Hew goods to fully
appreciate the nice stock we are now carrying in shell and heavy hardware, enamelware, tinware, stoves
gardeu seed, screen wire (we make a specialty of galvanized screen,) garden tools, steel ware, holts and
nails screen doors, lawn mowers, wash boards, clothes wringers, auto supplies, axle grease, all kinds of
oil, gasoline, cream separators, Sewall paints and varnishes—ordered to suit, machinists supplies, repairs
(repairs are our hobpy—we can get them for you) for any kind of tool ordered on short notice. If it Ib to
be had we can get it. The facts are we haye almost anything you need in hardware or implements
and out cash prices save you so much real money it will pay you to buy here. Save $.$$ and attain wealth
Yours for business,
KENT & CARTLiR.
L ave Oklahoma I'nlnts May 14.
The Official Konte.
Secure your sleeping car accomoda
Mods and full Information as to low
fares and the exact time of departure
from your nearest ltock Island Agent,
Div. Pass. Agent.
Hock Island Lluea,
Flat P Hints
See us about
f?siTT l LAMBERT
wli! not crack
if you move a
trunk or heavy
it. You may
G. H. Eberti
GENERAL HARDWARE 1
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Peters, Kay. Garber Sentinel. (Garber, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 11, 1916, newspaper, May 11, 1916; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc144907/m1/4/: accessed January 20, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.