The Oklahoma Democrat (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 14, 1916 Page: 2 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA OIMOCRAT, ALTUS, OKLAHOMA
ALTUS FORD CO.
AND SERVICE STATION
We now have a FORD SERVICE STATION in connection with the sale of FORD CARS.
The Ford Motor Co. now requires that their agents take care of the Ford Cars in their
territory. Our work and prices will be under the supervision of the Ford Motor Company.
Bring Your FORDS to the Ford Service Station
and we will do your work right and at reasonable prices. Remember, that we work
on nothing but Ford Cars.
A full line of Tires, Parts, and Accessories always on hand. We also operate a Filling
Station, and carry in stock a complete line of Oils and Grease.
A Word to FORD Prospects
Get your Orders in Now if you expect to get you a
"FORD"—and why not BUY a FORD and be Satisfied
West Side of
Altus Ford Co.
R. F. D. NO. 6
Gentle showers continue to
fall and we politely swipe a
J. M. Conner and family left
on board of their Ford Sunday,
bound for Mineral Wells, Tex.
S. T. Pickett. H. G. Brown
and R. E. Gatlin. business men
of justiceville motored to Aitus
George Moore returned last
week from Hooker. Oklahoma,
where he has been for some time
looking after a leap year proposi-
tion. Watch these columns for
Mrs. M. A. Starkey of Chero-
kee. Okla.. and Mrs. Mattie Day
Floydaia. Texas .spent last
home of C. E. Keith.
The Baptist revival at Friend-
ship which has been conducted
by Pastor Donner of Blair and
County Missionary R. J. Morgan
of Altus closed Sunday with
eleven additions by Baptism
■ while a number joined by letter.
J. G. Glover, the village black-
I smith of Justiceville sold out
lock, stock and barrel to H. E.
: Gatlin. The latter is the gener-
al manager of the Justiceville
'Gin. but expects to employ a
competent man so the Justice-
ville shop will be kept to the
: highest standard of efficiency.
' L). J. Holley has sold his crop
to J. G. Moore of Route 2 and
will leave in a few days for Car-
ter. Okla., where he will reside.
Sam Woods, Ira White and
Sidney Wright left Sunday to
Norman, where they will enter
the University. These boys are
patrons of the 'Great Alfalfa
Route' and are bound to succeed.
The Justice Club met in Jus-
ticeville Saturday night. L. B.
Toney withdrew application ask-
ing that the County Commission-
WThat profiteth a man that he
gain the whole world yet lose
Naturalists say that long ago
the prehistoric waters were in-
, fested with a species of enor-
ers be ad judged insane as they^^g shark which finally be-
had changed the painting on the j came extinct by reason of the
court house, which can probably ; workings of its voracious appe-
the final break-up occurs. All
of this was entirely preventable.
Other things being equal it is
the man who leads the well-
balanced life who lasts the long-
est, whose work to the end is
uniformly the best, he who nei-
physical and mental condition is
such that he can enjoy in peace
of mind and contentment of body
the fruits of his lafco s.
The regulations of U. S. Public
Health Service state: "It is the
duty of officers to maintain their
physical as well as their profe?-
ther over-works no.- over-plays, j To this end they
. , „ 3 -i. 1 shall be allowed time tor recrea-
neither over-eats, ovcr-annk?, j t;on an(j study whenever their
nor over-sleeps, he who main-|0fficj2l dutits will permit." If
his own body as he is with hisj every citizen that he similarly
own business. When success j maintain a high standard of phy-
comes to such an one his isical integrity?
be endured tilWanuarv 1st, when I tite Thus' Nature'elfminat^ i ^ a standa"! of ■' )mplt he£the,G?'7™fnt rejrards 5t as «f"
. : •ill . , ^dlure enm.ndie. thv diet in moderation, who off- sential that its sanitary experts
a new set of commissioners will (the over-fed. xts mental work with physical I shall be safeguarded in thi > way.
take charge and it is hoped the] The desire for ease of life and'recreation, who is as honest with ; is it not equally important to
new commissioners will haveI plentiful diet is universal and is !
pride enough to paint the walls; the great stimulus of man and
of the court house a turkey red j animals alike. When man be- j
and the top a sky blue. Case of j comes greedy and takes more j
Jno. Reed against the Jackson I ease and food and drink than is
Co. Free Fair was compromised. kjs share. Nature discards him. j
Mr. Reed had sued the Fair for j In the race for power and |
$511.39. The facts as near a>■place, for ease of circumstance'
could be learned was that while and relief from the stimulus of j
on one of the advertising booster j hunger, the modern man is aptj
trips Mr. Reed sustained some to forget that unless he is care-
damages to his pants and he j ful of his body he will soon be!
claimed his character had beer, j macie to suffer for the infraction'
damaged to the amount of £51(\ of Nature's inexorable
I |and that said pants were reason- law.
With the loss in body to le
ably worth $1.39 and the darn- comes an equal loss in mental
ages sustained was of such a nu- 'acuity and the brain which for a
is by agree-
THE Turks are not noted
particularly for cleanliness,
and their bakery products
would not be considered ap-
petizing in this country. In this, as in many
other things, we are different
Our Bakery Products
are prepared in a clean, modern, sanitary bakery—
a fact that is known to every resident of this com-
munity An ever-increasing demand is an indispu-
table evidence that we prdouce "good things to eat."*
Quakty cW cleanliness are the turn tnottoa
thii itfail tines.
Altos Steam Bakery
time was able to operate despite
the complaints of an over-fed.
ture as to render the
iueiess as the case wi
ment submitted to President' under-exercised, self - poisoned
Roberts, who ruled that the $510 body, stops working.
damages claimed on character j Statisticians have discovered
couid not be collected as a man that the mortality rate of
could not collect on anything sons jn the United States
that he did not possess. As to 45 vears of age is
he damages on pants it was re-j The strenuous life of to-day is
vtaled on examination that only not aione responsible for this,
the Socialist par. of the pants tLack of health-giving exercise,
were damaged and that the claim superfluity of diet, lack of re-
for $1.39 was excessive therefore storing sleep, over-stimulation,
as justice muat prevail tyr. Reed the high pressure of the race for
\\a< awarded i&c damages, but power, wealth and position, plus
was required to pay the cost of physical neglect.-these bring
the suit, amounting to $9.90t A early decay. The goal is reach-
Big Baie smoker was engaged ed. wealth is amassed, honor. 1
and the club adjourned till next! position and p-wer are just bel-
Saturday night. ing grasped when the apple of
• accomplishment turns to the
La-Ftc, A MM, Dtactto LsuS*« 11>* lane . ■ tv s •.
0«s Mt GUM NT Dotal u Stacuta. of d,ss°l'tK>R- The bnl-
la addition to other properties,L*x-Fc« liant mind Decomes clouded, the
contains Caarara to acceptable form, a w-nrl ,£ nr. _
caa-JMmfUutiTeudTooK. Ux-Foa Ste"' "3n(S 1 , ?er
acts efirctrreW *nd does c« gnpe cor ate the eye which once ga^ed 1
fearie^, or the. huie world is
d micm bcaithy hxtwi. 50c. dimmed MC ;t is not long .before
hy not make the work of
the home lighter by providing an
easy way of preparing a meal?
An oil or gasoline cooker
will accomplish this, and our
stock offers a desirable assort-
ment from which to make a
You look at them befotejypu
buy, and back of them our
guaranty of quality.
BONEBRAKE-HIGHT0 WER CO.
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The Oklahoma Democrat (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 14, 1916, newspaper, September 14, 1916; Altus, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc280364/m1/2/: accessed February 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.