Garber Sentinel. (Garber, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 2, 1921 Page: 4 of 8
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THE GARRFR SENTINEL GAR ,ER. OKLAHOMA
Coffee is not. ALL of the Surxhy Dinner—nO,
Hot quite—but when the COFFEE in right,
the whole meal in pretty apt to be a Success.
And, if the Coffee is NOT ri^ht—if the COF-
FEE fails to satisfy—it seems that NOT II-
That's just thp reason why so many good
housekeepers these 'lays use Alton's "Old
Thirty" Coffee. It's HEAL coffee—with
that f*ul 1 strength and Rood old-fashioned
COFFEE taste that SATISFIES. Cheering,
refreshing and irivixorating—it may always
be relied upon to pleaae.
'Ask your grocer now for Alton's "Old Thirty"
Coffee. We roast it fresh every day and it
comes to you in sealed, wax-lined cartons. It's
HEAL coffee, all right—and it's priced
TIIE ALTON MERCANTILE CO.
Enid, Okla. _
IK ALTON CMM^gig
Jun! UH un cxumpli' of how the mli-
UmlitrnlandliiK <>' uiie word run kick
over thai bvtnpot: I.ait weok a report
that I'onil Crunk wiih undi>r (|uarantinr>
(kinrU credence through th«- outlyiiiK
di rictM, and mmii of the bimlneMH mon
thought It would Ik- ii wine un<l pro-
(itable idita to kIvh the gi-nnriil cull on
ul] thfi rural telephone line und pass out
the dope that the quarantine talk wuk
nil wrong, ho the general rail wan given
and the operator informed the vurioUN
linen, "Pond Creek in not under quar-
antine," which wiih an it should he,
only that ten out of every nine of the
liiteners understood the mcnHage to be
•'I'ond Creek is now under quarantine,"
®nd it will take the next two weeks to
convince any of them that the dead are
not lying in ricks in the city and that
the Hock Islund isn't routing all its
truins around by the dirt road to avoid
going through the town.—Vidette.
jCornell's "Oatmeal" finish is even
lovelier than I anticipated!
(or mull f Mima
for |ntnc tounta
& • ' X?
PANELING a room with Cornell'Wood-Board is infinitely clcancr and
quicker than lathing and plastering and the results arc indeed superb!
Were it not for Cornell Panels I should 'have had to endure a muss
of work for days, and then wait weeks perhaps for plaster to dry out.
Of coursc I might have used some other wallboard, but I found no sur-
face half so attractive as Cornell's "Oatmeal" finish. My lumberman says
that Cornell comes all ready primed—"Mill-Primed" he calls it—so 1 can
have it painted just the tint I want without expense for a priming coat.
The carpenter imo recommended Cornell
Wood Board, telHng me that its "Triple-Sising"
iiivc * rriplc protection utiatnst moliture, rxpun
tion and contraction.
i can Jtiat fairly see my husband .1 amazement
when he returns this evening and find* another
hcifutitul room In the luuue—added since hreak-
lust! Come t" telephone for sample, prices
at. tcolor-book i t "CorneH Interiors"- tree.
■'?: -:' V
LURXLLL'tyoOD-BOARD WK SALE DY;
"Happy home Makers'
Cornell comes in
n<*t duatp "«.H>f pack-
agovt 10 p*u*Uea h
Bruce Furniture &
To Close Out En-
I tire Stock.
Owing to the fact that
we intend to devote or1
entire time and space o
our undertaking business
we are closing out our
entire stock of Furniture,
Rugs, Kitchen Cabinets,
Phonographs, W ashing
Machines, Carpet Sweep-
ers, Etc., Etc.
We realize that to move
this stock quickly it is going
to take more than mere an-
nouncement of the fact.
We know that price and
price alone will turn the trick>
and with this fact before us!
we announce this sale with i
the firm determination of
sacrificing the last dollar of
profit, and in most instances
forgetting actual cost.
You will find prices lower
than you have ever dreamed
of at this sale, and lower
than you will ever be able to
buy the same dependable
We are not going to sell out
and get out, but are merely dis-
posing of our furniture stock in
order that we may better serve
you in our chosen field of Under-
taking. B. H. Bruce will be right
here among you after this sale is
B. H. Bruce will be here in
Garber at the same old stand to
stand behind every statement
and article sold in this sale and
you need have no fear of being
Again I say, and I cannot make
the statement too strong—I am
selling out and going out of the
furniture business, and I want
everyone that believes in me to
come and participate in the
grandest furniture bargain fes-
tival ever staged in the State of
Come prepared to buy seme-
thing for almost nothing, and
take my word for it that I am
not after one dollar of profit in
I have not sent off and brought
a high-priced sales manager here
to bleed and lie to my friends.
What you read here are facts,
plainly and truthfully told by
me, and for the sole purpose of
giving you, my friends and cus-
tomers, the greatest bargains in
Furniture, Rugs,Sweepers, Wash-
ing Machines, Phonographs, etc.,
that you have ever known.
Remember the sale opens Sat-
urday, June the 4th, at 9 o'clock,
and that the first fifty heads of
families—men or women—enter-
ing this store will receive abso-
lutely free a 18x36 Congoleum
Rug and that the first hundred
including the above fifty to get
inside these walls at opening of
sale will receive a coupon entitl-
ing them to a discount of 10'«
off the prices marked for the sale.
Don't miss this great oppor-
tunity to own these goods cheaper
than 1 can possibly go into the
market and buy them today.
Very truly yours,
B. H. BRUCE,
Furniture & Undertaking
Investment With Others
Compare the facts relative to the Preferred Stock
of Oklahoma Gas & Electric Company with other
solid investments brought to your attention/
The advantages of investing direct in successful
properties you can see is one which has already
appealed to upwards of 1,500 Oklahoma citizens.
This investment is safe. It is backed by a div-
idend record extending over a period of eleven
years. The Company is a large one and is grow-
ing steadily because it supplies the light, heat and
power needed by public and industry. It does a
good business even in dull times.
Dividends come to you promptly every 90 days.
Tax exempt in Oklahoma, in the opinion of coun-
sel. No normal Federal income taxes. Every
share is registered in the name of the owner and the
owner is thus protected against loss of certificates,
Ask For Full Details and
OKLAHOMA GAS & ELECTRIC CO.
H. M. BYLLESBY & CO., Fiscal Agents
Byllesby Engineering and Management Corporation
Engineers and Managers
For Fresh and Cured Meat of all Kinds
Come in and get our prices on
Mollis for Harvest
f fkest QCAnrr
It's Varnish Time Now!
Come to'ti for
F you'll lock around
your home you are
bound to find - chair, a
table, or a floor that a coat
of varnish will improve a
hundred per cer. Ivlake3
no difference v. hat you
want to varnish •. have a
Du Pont Varr. h \ - - vvill
do the work to y. u lasting
Frankly, we t*r.-e that
Du Pont ttaV- < f .
varnishes in ti-.-.
we didn't, 7, t -
Will be glad tc ;• ,rj
the right one v. ±r ^
you have ia 3—
in and uu c v,a.
Price* NV/ir «• Zoek-
F. B. KKirOKLAVZK
CENE feAL U> '.:> KKM.
TIMELY TIPS ON
A good coat of varnish
will make old furniture
look like new
Note that we say good
varnish. "Good Varnish"
and "Du Pont Varnish"
are one and the same
Supremis" Floor Finish
was the first varnish ever
made that was especially
designed for floor use.
It gives a permanent
high-glcss finish to floors,
that does not chip or
mar. Costs less per square
"Shipoleum" will dress up
old furniture so you would
hardly know it. It dries
rapidly—it v. ill not turn
"Navalite" for outside
varnishing will stand on
the severest weather and
last for years.
Look for the YELLOW
CAN when buyi"«
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Peters, S. H. Garber Sentinel. (Garber, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 2, 1921, newspaper, June 2, 1921; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc145185/m1/4/: accessed August 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.