Garber Sentinel. (Garber, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 19, 1916 Page: 3 of 4
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THF GARBER. OKLAHOMA.
Ask your husband to buy
you a /;/ce new Ran ye
ASK HIM TO LET YOU COME TO OUR STORE AND
PICK IT OUT. YOU USE IT—HE DOESN'T.
WHEN YOU COME IN YOU WILL FIND A RANGE
WHICH WILL DELIGHT YOU.
THEN THE BREAD AND HIES YOU CAN BAKE WILL
DELIGHT YOUR HUSBAND AND THE WHOLE FAMILY"
EVERYBODY WILL BE HAPPY.
ASK HIM TODAY.
F. B. KRIVOHLAVEK.
Auto repairing and all kinds of
Acetylene welding that welds
The live tire lor live people. Gives
most miles lor less money.
Put a Bright New
Face on Your Old
Dining, Table with
, iP9 The Finish Thaf Lasts
75 cents worth will mate it look
like new, and there'll be enough
left to finish the chairs to match.
IVs real fun forFixall is very
eadht applied and the cost is
Neighborhood News Items
RED SEAL BATTERIES
Accessories of all kinds that are practical,
useful and at just as low prices.
The Garber Garage
Grother & Semkc
AUTO HOSPITAL GARBER, OKLA.
There is no longer any necessity for un-
sightly furniture, floors or woodwork, for
KXALL enables any woman to refinish and
bring, out the original beauty of the wood or
to chance its finish to match the most expen-
Now i the time to brighten up your home and
to make it harmonize with the outside beauty.
F. B. Krivohlavek
GARBER, . . . . OKLA.
LOUISVILLE VARNISH CO., ineortorated Louisville, Ky.
Extra copies of the Sentinel 5c
Don't forget that Jones repairs shoes.
Arlie Wells washome between trains
Wanted—Furs and hides.—R. E,
Frank Wiles was an Enid visitor
B. F. Gilpin bought a Buick Six, 1917
model, last week,
Would you buy a binder at half
price? .See Kent.
!Jiss Nettie Snoddy spent Sunday at
her home in Enid.
Miss Maude Irey spent Sunday at
her home in Enid.
Our huts are ready for your inspec
tion.—Mrs. George Ellis.
Ooose feathers for sale at 75c per
pouud—Mrs. L. M. Seamon,
ludeed I'll buy my heater at Kent's
Why? He sells them cheap.
Grandpa Jenkins is here visiting his
son li, D Jenkins and family.
Bob Murphy returned home from
Colorado, the first of the week,
Kay Atwood went to Iowa Saturday
wnere he intends to spend the winter.
Mrs. Oliver Joudrew and children of
Hunter, is visiting her mother, Mrs. J.
O. B. Letcher has been helping in
Jenkins & Terwilleger's store for a
couple of weeks.
Miss May Wilkinson of Tulsa, is
here visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs,
li. L. Wilkinson.
Omar Lafferty of Kansas City, is
eie visiting his parents, Grandpa and
Mis3 Beuiah Goode who is teaching
sctiool near Hunter spent Sunday at
her home in Garber.
E, S. Gibson returned Tuesday from
me southeastern part of the state
ivliere he owns some land.
Car load of Oregan potatoes about
.November 1st. Hold your order and
save money—J. li. Morgan.
i he farmer's faces are more round
and more inclined to break into a
smile since the very nice rain.
Miss Elsie Horchheiner who is at-
tending the Enid High School spent
Sunday at her home near Garber.
Mrs. WmLeMay and little daugh-
ter Margarette left today for their
home in Has OruBes, New Mexico.
If interested in china, water color
or oil painting call, phone, or write
Mrs. W. T. Bennett, Garber, phone 42
We bought it at Kent's. What?
Our Hardware. Wny? They save
us money. Try it and be convinced.
B. A. Garber came down town
Tuesday ihorning after being conliued
u> his home for about three weeks
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stine and
b iby left Friday for Iowa, where they
will visit her sister, Mrs. Don Weaver
The fans are calling for another ball
i; ime. It is to be hoped that Enid
and Garber play again using the big
Mrs. Cleo Fountain who has been
visiting her aunt Mrs. L. Black for a
couple of weeks left Wednesday for
her home in Elk City.
This oil business has put many new
autoes in the country—so many that
our reporter.no longer considers a
i. w car a news item.
(>. N. Mayberry has a 1917 Buick
F"ur and its a little beauty, Oliver
hag driven every model of Buick
since, lie has been aguit.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jenkins, Em-
m ins Jenkins, and Harry Roue, at
C i vington, spent Snnday afternoon at
the home of L. D. Jenkins.
The lesson for Christian Endeavor
Sunday night is this debate, Resolve;
That.Mordecai deserved more credit
than Ester for freeing the people from
We have just 2-4 burner Blue Bell
oil stoves with cabinet which we will
close out next week @ $15 each. A
lew ovens @ 81.75 & 82.35, Kent
We have a new Interest in watching
Old Joker arrive from the county
seat. We now watch to see if any
mure rigs have arrived for the Gar-
ber oil Held.
Editor and Mrs. Dave Perry, accomp-
anied Mr. and Mrs. J, li. Thomas
over from Hunter, Tuesday, and wit-
nessed the driving of the stake for the
test on the Stine farua.
Mrs. Bob Murphy and sen E l and
daughter Hulah are expected home
from Prowers, Colorado,the last ol' the
week. They have been visiting her
daughter Mrs. Jess Deweese and fam-
In order lo introduce our cabinet
folders we are making a special offer,
all 85 and $4 folders 83.50 until Oct. 15
th. One tine enlargement free with
all 85 orders.—Atwood Studio,
John D. Enid, will give 1000 dollars
to know you. Come over and shake.
I The greatest values at the lowest prices
and your share of the Thousand
Dollars await you. John D. West
Oidiield's Jolley Players will be at
Ebert's hall tonight and the rest of
the week. Oldtield's were here a
couple of years ago arid absolutely the
best little show ever In town. This is
a free ad to them and for your benefit.
$1000 00 to get acquainted. We
will give free $1000 in merchandise
gifts, to get acqmiuted with every
family that does or should trade in
Enid. Ttie values and prices should
bring every family within 50 miles to
get acquainted with John D. West
it always does us good to read of
parties and dinners and other quiet
social events of the good people who
live along the section lines. In no
society in the world is there such sin-
cerity, good will, and p ure pleasute ,.s
in these little events
There will be no services Sunday,
October 22nd, at the Ev. Luth, Im-
mauuel'a Church, because the Hev O,
Krezmann will delivef one of the ser-
mons at the Mission festival in the
Ev Luth. Church in Kingfisher, Okla.
There will be school on Monday as
B. 0. O OOBB
Heat Haiket and Grocery.
The place to buy Best Grade of groceries
for the least money. Home rend-
dered lard at all times.
Fall Goods Here
Mason Valley Items
School is progressing nicely at the
S. E. Craig and S. W Kimmell
delivered several hundred bushel of
one dollar and a half wheat last week.
George LeForce started to Euid
Business College last Monday.
Mrs. Harry Johnson spent Tuesday
at B. V, Gilpins.
L, F. LeForce won several prizes on
therobred stock at th« Covington Fair
and Stock She w.
Grandma Moulton returned home
Sunday after a visit with tier daugh-
ter Mrs. Lew Grautz near Douglas.
Mrs. Belle Cooper purchased two
milch cows of Oscar Scbroeder.
Harry Johnson had the miefortuue
of losing a young mare last Wednes.
Aron Cassody pur chased a line team
of horses last week. Ha is going into
the hauling business right. He has
contracted hauling oil well supplies
The rain that v'sited this section
last Saturday was certainly appreciated
by all. People will now linish sowing
CvubcA *j] Uut
New Fall Ginghams
New Fall Percales
New Wool Dress Goods
Hef Keady For Ht*1ioolc
We want vour country produce—We to
ti pay the highest prices for chickens, to
11 eggs, and butter. $
The Farmers Store $
® Dry Goods, Shoes and Groceries
GARBER, - OKLAHOHA a
i sMWi-mnrT1 r.t * &
Surveyors are in the field surveying
the route of the new railroad between
Piiwhuska and Fairfax. No doubt
this road will be built and it will be
the first sectioM of the east and west
road long talked of across the state
between Enid, through Garber, aud
Every Merchant who handles
is the Merchant that get the
Garber Mill & Elevator Co.
1 Antrim Lumber Co.
DEALERSTN ALL KINDS
OF BUILDING MATERIAL
l,ive Stock and general farm sales.
Past records show I can get the money.
See me or call phone No. 8
before dating your sale.
Live Stook and General Tarn Sales
Terms Reasonable- Satisfaction
P.O. Billings. Oklahoma
Phone 33 on 88 Billings
Now is the time to look after
JlJ your GRANARY — Repairing
^ and building new storeroom.
"Did you see the
8 Cii n't Sji Gate
yet? II not come and see them.
^ Plaos and specifications furnished
Your patronage appreciated
Louis Lippert, Mgr..
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Peters, Kay. Garber Sentinel. (Garber, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 19, 1916, newspaper, October 19, 1916; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc144937/m1/3/: accessed January 23, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.