The Altus Weekly News. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 11, 1919 Page: 2 of 8
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to Star* in
the Profits of
fUitpaerr Wart t Ca.
Is or a*rate*
TV Greef M/ Ortffr Imm
E*eryy>dy asowa JC',f.t«rxB«r7 Ward &
Oft. It 81«MT Ita TJK>J*C#T\ by the
r. 'f.'jk.'. i goa are '*-* 'A ^
patrons-s y/ from personal expener.ee
the *j7*r.ug* of trading with it Yoc
on earn.7 aopr*na>, tlwwfMI. the op-
5/*tonjty f« ga.n that * .u y/a if yew
are er.aoied v, oeeome '/r^ of ita toek-
iv>*/ien to pertic-.pate in it* promts.
510,000 Shares Common Stock
at $45 per Share
<IM H Ml) < Mxl Ml «■ •< n ■
To meet it* rapidly growing buaineaa
Montgomery Ward 4b Co ia expanding.
It ia inereaeing ita eapitalizatir/n. Aa a
result it aeema certain to do a greater
boatneaa than ever before-to earn even
510,000 ahares of the new common stock
were offered to the public for the firat
time c/n Monday, Dec. 8th, 1919, at
$45.00 per ahare. Due to the wonderful
reputation of the house of Montgomery
Ward & Co., thin atoek wai in instant
demand. Prompt action ia therefore nec-
essary if you wish to acquire some of it.
Write for Circular Today!
A circular fully deacribing thin stock
i)n>if haa been prepared. It tella of the
gigantic nature of the buaineaa-the
earninga of the company-of the divid-
enda that have been paid. Write for
thia circular today. Learn how you may
become a partner in the boaineaa of
Montgomery Ward k Co. Write for the
John Burnham & Co.
41 iNlk La Ml* SIM*. CklMg., III.
* la rkfc edwlleeew*. MI# <*.< •uranWMl sr* b*«r4
■a mU adrtra vktrh n WH*v« Is U tcrmtmu and r«HaMc
Mr. cowAN A"-%
FOR LOWEST RA TES AND
EASIEST TERMS ON
■awarai litMMai V m*nmc*r i. *i«ui«4 IL t.
AJta*. Ofc-n.. Se* Zlac. darn #-a iu«i At
fefrura «n ta «-« Sua s «aa w« "
f G*«*rv Uat* Hurra a#vt far tee** - Or «•*
HaA.- fffffi-'t -g tae I' C • *a name*- « as reurs v art
V. fseeas jvv^ea> wnura ■ Be*-* fcnea.
wmfi Cwafrrr 14tt. UI5 at l*e era tee :a em-
UeAMr On a. M H*- **"* •«* * and -we a
tev wee a mat end gaae car 1* and fee w aa ae>
Tae CM ani aim. ewww? Dm ***• a*? wm
ti 14 bnae aU bam «• tse way tiey aatdemae'i
fla w**e Ht nag wx* Am? «e ita ®arr= so tae aoata.
tee iwfl and h.s mas? feattaa TW tw enandae had a feana
aoowa tfeni fee vna a feara al tae Oenem Hm eT an rid-
way. at becue. aci # ataad '-> «* befc«d ooe. an eld fnead
dny wkfe aaaa>ared aanda. ia ***
Mner tc a« aene F«U« ze TW? *niM Anaa'a Army to
and taaan u tfee deta.n of :n *** ngfet and made r*A tae*r
/•. ... _ aad finally arrived at Meispfe®.
>e finton Beonr tint attia an •lth *"• aed wfeilt
' w jgy r~*mn. wi **> " bc*'rh*.—*■
wber* be arrived rn sepcetsber
M66 cr.amg 'ben ismeeiaseiy
to tee Indian Territory, where
be haa sir.ee retired. Had he
nrA been wounded at Hatcher's
pnbfie acaoon of tbatoty aad
received farther edoeabon ia
one of tfee 9ootnem exlegea
On the 23a?, day of May 1*51,
be enUeted at Camp Moore.
m Chkuf A. itk R-> " pr-.h^,7 b...
b*n with Gen. Lee when he
a jrrendered at Apooroatt,x
Court Hcooae the following spring
After hia farioogh at Hatch-
er'a Ron in October 1 ufA, he saw
The above sketch was prepar-
ed by Gen. R. B. Coleman, who
for the peat fifteen years has
been the Adjutant General to
Henry C. Gi liland.
Adjutant Gen. 3rd Brig. U. C. V.
Liniaiana infantry, ar.d was at
one* aent with bia rearinaen* to
Richmond. Virginia. He was
awom into the Confederate ser-
vice there for three veara or the . ..
Of U* wir. TV
2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and
3th Louisiana reyimenta were
placed in one briarade and Harry
T. Hays was commisaK-ned Brig-
adier General, and the bri? de
waa thereafter known aa the
Harry Haya Brigade of Jabel A.
Early'a Division and Stonewall
iaekaon'a Corpa of the Army of M ry
Northern Virginia. ",M'C ■ *^*7
General Hailey waa in all the Our maaic dealer, A. C. Bar-
entragementa and battles fought net, is job>jlant over the reaulta
by t>-e Haya brigade, aomeof of a series of teats to determine
which I quote herewith: First whether cows would give more
battle of Bull Run, Firat battle milk if milked within hearing of
of Manasaea, Second bnttie of moaic. conducted at the Electri-
Bull Ron, Second battle of Ma- ea! Exposition, New York City,
naaaes, Malvern Hill, Col<J Har- last Saturday by H. M. Harvey,
bor, Winchester. L*esbu«|j. Pe- in chargtljf tb- Electricil Dairy
t^rsburg trencher, ford mouth of Exhibit. The cows tested were
Cedar Creek, Kapahartnoefc Sta- thoroughbed Gaerrseys and Hol-
tion. steins, and the tests proved that
At the latter^ place "was' the animals were induced to give
wounded and captured ano p!ac- a zrea'er amount of the lacteal
ed in prison at the Old Capital at fluid when milked *.hile the mus-
Washington, D. C. He was later ic was being piayed. Classical
taken to Lookout, Maryland and selections were most appreciated
from there to City Point, wber.-; by the thoroughbreds One cow
he was exchanged. gave 45 quarts of milk in 2-T
After returning to the ranks hours; la'er, under the influence
he was engaged in the follow- of mush by Mozart and Eeeth-
ing battles: Williamsburg, oven, which she seemed to pre-
Seven Pines, Fair Oaks. White fer, she gave a little more. The
Oak Koad, Cedar Mountain, animals were milked every six
Groveton, Sudley Mill. Waren- hours during the test. The cowa
.ton Turnpike, Ox Hill, Antietam,, prefered pianos to phonographa.
South Mountain, Harpers Ferry, Under the influence of phono-,
Fox Gap, Sharpsburg, Second graphic muaic their yield of milk [
battle of Antietam, Front Royal, waa only 16 per cent above tbeir
Wincheater, Croaa Keys, Lesria' average.
Farm. Point Republic Kearna- The high coat of living makes
town, Gainea' Mill, Hanover it imperative that every man put
The Price of
Pork Chops and Bacon
Aa average hog
i why the fine,
fresh pork iwdeiloiM and pork
cbopa> or ae*ory hem, or crinkly
beeon, which yoc eqjoy far breek-
fast, oost ouch flaore per pound
the market quotation on Irre
hoft which yoa reed Id the
Of this, ooly 70 per cent (154
pounds) is meat and lard.
So, when we pay 15# a pound for
live hop, we are reeDy paying more
21/ a pound tor the meat which
we win get from these ermnnh, even
after taking into account the vahae of
Bet people show a preference for
only one-third of the whole—the pork
chops, fancy bacon, and choice cuts
from juicy hams.
This mean that when we are sell-
ing Premium bacon at 4316/ per pound
wholesale and Premium hams at 30/,
there are other parts for which we get
as low as bt or 8/ per pound. The
net result is an average profit to us of
less than 1/ a pound.
The choice cuts are higher because
of a demand for them.
Another tiling: Only 35 pounds of the
entire hog—or about 1/6 th—is usually
marketed at once. The rest must be
pickled, cured, or smoked. This taken
months, and adds to the costs *tfiich
must be met
Swift & Company, U.S. A.
SWIFT & COMPANY
Court Houae, Savage Station,
Gettyaburg. and Brandy Station.
Here he was captured with hia
whole|brigade. A little Inter he
waaexcha iged at Aiken* Lend-
Upon being ex'-^njred \e tgain
joined hia regiment and was in
action at the Wilderner«. - r oftnyl
vania Ourt H< uf« Ced**
forth hia best efforts and if the
farmeraof the Hopkina vicinity
want to get more milk and a bet-
ter teat, they should order a
player piano or a phonograph at
once and there ia r.o better plaee
to buy them than at the Hopkina
Muaic Store. Mr. Burnet will
be glad to give you a demonstra-
tion. Call any time.-Hopkina
Mr. Hoover and wife of St If your room leaka cold air try
Joseph. Mo., are visiting hia par- aome beaver board from Came-
enta, and aiater, Mrs. J. D Dur- «w'a Lumber Store.
ham, and boaband, on North! G. L Haaeli of Norman ia
Hudaon. Mr. Hoover and wife
are moving to Tillman eoanty,
here looking after hia property
and bees. He will move hia
bees to Noraan.
THE GREAT SUCCESS
THE CITY NAtlONAL BANK
In Increasing its Deposits to More than
One atd One Qoirtcr PIUUm Dtllvs
has been made possible by the co-operation
of our friends and customers.
rE k«*r|y appretia** oer.frienda and eualenaaw and
fulh realise the neneflt derived from their aaaocis-
tion with aa, and we are glad to co-operate with then
in aay propoeition that will he of mutual internet to thena
tepee in aay war, call aa ns
City National Bank
Where Do You Trade?
At the best lighted stores,
We farmth lamps fer til time weB lighted eioroe,
and if yea kaoe a Hyktbry preihm. pheme aa and
we urill seloe M.
dig of Altus
of Water and light
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Orr, J. P. The Altus Weekly News. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 11, 1919, newspaper, December 11, 1919; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc276493/m1/2/: accessed June 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.