Garber Sentinel. (Garber, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 5, 1920 Page: 4 of 8
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THE r.ARBER SENTINEL. GARBER. OKLAHOMA
ESTABLISHED *OV Ira. IB. BY 8. H. PETER*
Day Phone 97
Night Phone 56
a H. FKTEKf,
Pvbllabed Zrerj Tbaradar
Editoi. a lT-oriurro*
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DID IT EVER OCCUR TO YOU?
That ever)- effect has a cause? Thar your home newspaper
could not exist at present subscription price without its advertising
used by the home merchants. \\ hen you divert the trade from
your home merchant to the mail order house you are striking at
the very life root of your town or city. \\ hat^is the result when
run to its extremity? Simply that with the merchants all out of
business the home paper has to suspend, the carpenter is not needed
to build ar^d repair for the business buildings are vacant. Then fol-
low in their own order clerks out of work and their homes vacant,
fcvery one living in the town is more or less dependent o.i ■■
ch other they seek otne'r pursuits and it> effects is seen in many ■■
1^, the investment in business buddings finds the lowest ebb «
; .farmer Tvho is now dependent on his town to consume the
en s nab!
the town is called 'dead.'
perishable nroduCa or ms '9JLL! reUU* ^ 1 " ■(
The few remaining «5oTTr?6n t^fmove nd 'nnij js_wntteB^! \ ■■
6nce throbbed a live TJmrhunTty of Interest? t' that al^. NPj. jj* ■■
mail order houses are in a better positi n than ever to get ill other ■■
ve Hi4VC KITCHCA
COMETS WITH PORCC-
L1R0M OR ALUlUtUift
top&, white: cmacl
INTERIOR ACTAV fLOUR
&IMS ^MB &REMB BOX.
YES, I'LL &AY, v4MD
&EE 'CM AT
Next Sunday, August 8, we intend
to celebrate our annual mission fes-
tival, if the weather permits, in Mr.
Fred Meyers grove, one mile west and
about two south. The morning Ger-
man service is to commence at the usual
time, 10 a. m., and will be conducted
most likely by Rev. M. Bredehoeft of
Broken Arrow, Okla. The afternoon
English service shall commence at 2:30
and will be conducted by Rev. H
Mueller of Fairmont. The choir will
render appropriate selections in both
services. A stand will be there for re-
freshments. Come and bring your
friends with you. O. Kretzmann,
Do not wreck your cars and trucks on
slippery roads trying to 'go without
chains when you can get fitted up at
the Red Ball Garage.
Strayed to my place, two miles south
of Garber, sorrel horse with sucking
colt by side. Owner inquire of Ray-
mond Stine. <3-3t
towns in the same class and as the history of all otbex
they would then be able uTcombine and Squeeze and v
late will we wake up and wonder how a small pebble
course of a mighty river. Remember all big things are
Collection of small units. Is it any wonder that the mail
Itocks and bonds run into the millions and millions for
Get-the-Dollar-the-Dollar-only the dollar. Better think
Copyrifht Applied For.
THE ELIHRIC STORAGE BATT.KY CO.
you know what° Exibc " means when it comes
.to* selecting a* starting, battery fori your, car?
: jit means you are getting a specialized prod-
uct backed up by over a generation of
specialized experience. It means you are
the best that the largest ma^er of
storage batteries in the world can produce.
'It means you are getting the starting bat-
U-. tery right in every detail; construction, per-
^'• .formance, durability.
Jekyll and Hyde Plant
Tt seems strange tbut the products
needed for the feeding and clothing of
our bodies can be used also for de-
stroying us and our property. Take
cotton for Instance. In times of peace
this product of the southern farm Is
woven Into clothing, Its seeds furnish
us oil, feed and fertilizer. It is tniQ2~
formed Into "the moving picture film
that entertains and Instructs us. Hut
when international disputes arise this
same cotton Is turne.l into an explo-
sive that destroys and mutilates all
that It comes in contact with.—Indiana
Farmer's Guide. „ •-cr *■ J*""* ,
j. ' i .«3l ■
Emperor and King.
The title emperor is assumed by the
ruler of an empire, that is of a na-
tion composed generally of several
countries once separate but later
brought together by conquest, coloni-
1 zation or confederation. Thus George
is king of England, emperor of India.
A kingdom may be part of an empire,
i Tie kingdom of Prussia, for Instance,
Is part of the German empire; the
kingdom of Hungary is part of the
Austro-Hungarlan empire. The tlUe
pnjperor Is considered superior In dig-
nity to that of Kl^z.
DR. F. A. SMITH
Office—Suite 4 Garber State Bank Bldg.
YOU WILL FIND IN US
An institution where your largest business
requirements are satisfactorily met and
handled and your smallest needs cared
for with promptness and courtesy.
Garber State Bank
E. P. GREEN, President G. R. COURTER, Cashier
HARRY LADUSAU, Asst. Cashier
Creosoted Trestles the Safest
Creosoted railroad trestles are more
nearly fireproof than those built of un-
preserved timber, as their sound sur-
faces do not retain stray sparks.
' . Know the facts—come
for your car.
in and examine the
A Completh Line of
Wallpaper, Paints and
We contract Painting and
j Decorating. Call or mail plans
Enid, 223 W. Randolph
Phone 198 Garber, Okla.
Dr. J. H. Beatty
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
(Diseases of Women and Children)
Office—Ore door west of Garber's store
Drs Newell & Hopkins
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
503-6 Commerce Bnilding
Phone 593 Enid, Oklahoma
Dr. W. H. Rhodes
Practice Limited to
EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT
Rooms—404 and 406 Enid Nationa
Bank Bldg , Enid, Okla.
| ONE DOLLAR IN THE BANK
M Is Worth Two In Your Pocket
Particularly when it is deposited in "A Bank
of Absolute Safety," such as ours, which is
under the State Guarantee Law.
The man who cannot and does not save
money cannot and will not do anything worth
This bank offers you the opportunity for
ar)d Mason Work
Guarantee all my work to
dr. e. langdon beard
State Registrar, District No. 24255
Office—Suite 2, Garber State Bank
We Carry #
Ret. U. S. Pat. 03.
$2.00 the Suit and up
peI u. 8. pat. orr.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
MAIL VOI R
To Finishing Dept.
PRICES: Developing films,
110c per roll, any size. Prints
from sizes Nos. 127, 120, 3c; Nos.
00, 101. 116, 118, 124,4c: Nos.
122, 130, 5c.
Films received at 8 a. m. mailed back
J. B. MORGAN
COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY
■ r * ^
iTTERG is an example of the high standard of our merchandise! Our
X 1 stock of this one-piece suit insures to mothers and children the full-
est comfort, convenience and saving.
Koveralls make healthy, happy children—allowing free play. No bands;
nothing to bind. They save clothing, save washing and darning, and
""'"A New Suit FREE
If They Rip
Made of indigo^dyed blue denim; also a variety of lighter-weight material* ■ . _
• all fast colors, tTimmed with contrasting shades of fast-color galatea. Dutch A A Irsnpc
nack and elbow sleeves or round neck and long sleeves. 1 to 8 years., | ",fl* UU
To the hew Chitwood build-
ing on west side of street,
where I invite my old cus-
tomers and new to inspect
my complete stock of horse
I am fully equipped for
repair work, in my line,
and solicit your continued
For Hail Insurance
On Growing Crops
See John D. Porter, the St
Suit 1 over Garber State Bank
£x-Prosecuting Attorney, Garfield Co
Charles N. Harmon
18, 19,20, 21 Okla. State,Bank Bldg
Res. Phone 1335 Office Fhor.e466
CITY ELECTRIC CO.
See us before you have
your wiring done.
All Work Guaranteed.
Estimates Cheerfully Fur-
Farmers State Bank
B. A. Garber, President
M. C. Garber, Vice-President Jk
G. J. Taft, Vice-Pres.
J. L. Neuner, Cashier U
BEST AMD CHtAPtS
S'* • A ■•i' A* 'n V 4
When we save you money and
sell you better materials than
you can get elsewhere for
the price we both benefit.
You acquire a saving and satisfaction;
w$ a steady and permanent customer.
If you have the slightest doubt of our
intention and ability to accomplish
this result come in and give us a trial.
We guarantee you
Economy in materials-
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Peters, S. H. Garber Sentinel. (Garber, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 5, 1920, newspaper, August 5, 1920; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc145142/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.