The Oklahoma Democrat. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 12, 1909 Page: 2 of 8
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The Oklahoma Democrat
USE NEW DEPOT
A DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER
ssued Every Thursday. Subscription $1 a Year
C. E. RUTHRUFF, EDITOR.
Display Advertising lBcper inch. Local Adver-
tising 5c per line. All changes for advertising:
matter for the current week must be received not
later than Wednesday noon of each week.
Entered as second-class matter March 23. 1907,
at the post office at Alius, Oklahoma.under
of Congress, of March 3,1879.
JNO D. ROGERS
First National Bank Building
DR. H. H. EATON. D. D S
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Office over First National Bank
e. e. Gore
JATTORNEY and NOTARY;
PRACTICE IN ANY COURT ^
Room 9tover'Altus National Bank
dr. w. g. bristol
Over Altus National Bank
DR. MARY E. FOX |
CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK,
TREATMENT OF TEETH AND DISEASED
GUMS A SPECIALTY
Something new in the line of Crowns
with no gold. Examination and con-
sultation free. Seven years practical
experience. All work guaranteed.
Office North Side a m.i~
Public Square AltUb, Ukla.
Local men to take orders for high
grade western grown nursery stock
Experience unnecessary. Outfit
free. Cash weekly. Write for terms
Any one intending to plant should
ask for our catalogue, its Free.
| Guthrie, Okla., Aug. 5. That the
| Frisco obeyed the corporation com-
j mission and buided a depot at Clay-
ton, only to close it up as soon as
finished, is the complaint of citizens
of that place. Last November the
depot was finished. The ^railroad,
! having then obeyed to the letter the
1 order, nailed up the doors and left.
No agent has been provided, nor !
any depot facilities whatever. As a
rule, orders requiring railroads to
build depots include a requirement of
maintenance afterwards. Not so,
in this case, and the Frisco grabbed
Tisinger, Clay &
IIATTORNEYS- AT -LAW.
Office Over Altus State Bank
Notary in Office, All Courts
f [SOUTHERN AGENCY,
F. S. FOOTE.
General Counsel. Altus. Okla |
Stat* of Oklahoma,
County of Jackson
IN COUNTY COURT.
In the matter of the estate of Her- j
mime Pilon Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that H. J.
Hooker the duly appointed and qual-
ified Administrator with will annexed
of Herminie Pilon deceased, has
final account^n8 report of bin admin*
Juration as such administrator, such
report shewing that said Estate is
ready for Distribution and ttat Sat-
urday, the Ifday of August, A. D.
1909"being a day of a Regular Term
of slid CoSgt,) to wit: of the July
term'; A. D* 1909, at 10 o clock in
the farenopg of ^said day, at the
County Court room* in the Town of
Altus in sait) (iunty-of Jackson ha
been duy aMqjfited i.y the said Court,
for the seflA^rent of said account j
at which time and place any person
intereated^Tji said "tfate may appear
and file his exceptions in • writing
to the account and contest the same.
I" testimony whereof, I have
hereunto set my band and the official
aeal of said Court this 35th day of
W. T. McConnel,
If you are sick, don't worry, but begin at once I
I to make yourself well. To do this, we but repeat
■the words of thousands of other sufferers fromf
I womanly ills, when we say:
system v., ■■
I! Will Help You
For 50 years, this wonderful female remedy, has
been benefiting sick women. Mrs. Jennie Merrick,
of Cambridge City, Ind., savs: "I suffered greatly
with female trouble, and the doctors did no good.
They wanted to operate, but I took Cardui, and it
made me feel like a new woman. I am still using
■ this wonderful medicine, with increasing relief."
AT ALL DRUG STORES S*
I'Cf'tygKEgg" kr- ^ illj ''
,'VE got to give it
up," sighed Lo-
retta. "I simply
and there's no use
"W hat's the
atked iier brother.
"Yes, but that
isn't it. It's the
way things count
up, no matter how
hard you try to
keep them down."
"I've heard that
What is your par-
"Well, I started
out to save on
a bad beginning."
"So I bought only two summer
gowns this year in addition to my
light-weigth suit. I had to get a lot of
new waists because they don't wear
short sleeves any more, but my sum-
mer dresses were going to be cheap
enough to make up for that. I don't
who have time to sew, so I took my dresses
THE CROPS KM AND
democrat reporter takes a trie
kin the country 'and is very
""much pleased with wh4t
he saw there
Melilla, Aug. 5.—The Moors
yesterday attacked the Spanish com- jto the dressmaker."
missary convoy obliged the Spaniards i „ P^obi?bly forgot t0 ask how ! From Friday's Daily
to retire until th m^he d charge to make them?" | 7 mi*-
Indeed, I didn't. They were to be j ^riroughfthe fCOUrtesv of Dr
14.50 each without the findings." I ,r~
"The what?" a trot her the .Democrat, reporter
♦JThe h~?ks and eyes and threa<iand enjoyed quite adeh>htful>idp in
things. They added quite a lot to the LTT " ' rlQe m
cost. Then there were the trimmings. . e country yesterday afternoon
The dressmaker wanted 12 yards of out in thp Mnr+Iio mi-
embroidery for the pink dress and i , Martha territory. The
she showed me a sample, i went doctor has several serious cases
cheerfully down to buy that and found I nf fvnhm'rl * .Li-
lt would cost $13.20." J " Phoid tever out there, and
:$'be-wi"- ; , we were glad to find that all of
That particular dress cost *3, so I , , ,
$13.20 for trimmings seemed a trifle j patients had passed the dan-
hirge i hunted around till i found gerous stage of the disease and
some for 50 cents a yard that looked ' . ^
almost as good. The saleswoman I were getting well rapidly. We
to retire until the arrival of rein-
forcements. The Spaniards then ad-
vanced and drove the enemy back.
WERE SHOE DOWN
White Bear, Minn.,Aug. 6.— In a
fight with rifles and revolvers today
following a holdup of the First State
bank of White Bear, Robert Pohl, said
to be an ex—convict, and Edward
| Larken, cook at a Bald Eagle Lake
J cottage, were killed, and several
. others wounded. William Butler, a
I White Bear fisherman, perhaps fatal-
j Pohl, who had been workin
didn't think it would wear very well, went aim™* "+« ±i. i
but I said it would have to do." I °ng t0 h°ld ther bosses"
"Was that all?" | and incidentally to take a neeD
"Then I had to get the trimmings „
for the blue dress. They cost me $5 | ' , , °P condltlons. It is dry
White Bear for about a wee
who is believed to have heen
fessional bank thief, took a
f Jr $7 to the bank today ar ...
the Cashier, Alfred Auger was exam-
ining it he produced an automatic
rifle and bade Auger hand over all
•w* vwv; uiur ui cb . iiit*/ cost me h io ui y
and I came home feeling crushed in and hot OUt there like everv T)]stre>
soul and pocket book." ! 1 ' +V, • ,ry place
"Cheer up! Other people have their I e 111 theSe diggings just now,
tro"bl('8 " I but theae are no pessimists and
Wait!" cried Loretta. "That is only I „„i •, , ,
| the beginning:. When it came to hats ca,amity nOWlers hanging around
8t' inii ZTl 1 ,b"f"ght a walkiDK bat !that sectl'on. Things in general
and1 k tn- last summer s best hat < , general
Though the milliner j good to US. The cattle,
hogs, work stock and all looked
J " J T • ■* x r'^e ant^ Auger hand
I City Livery Barn
e 4 bank with $565 in cash, Au
♦ A.J. MILLER, Proprietor t the alarm, and citizens pui
to be made over.
Pro* j laughed when she saw it, she made it
heck j look all right for a small price, and I i
vtiL ,lu'u"ht 1 ,vas fixed. But neither of I fat and sleek, and wereas!eon-
i those hats could be worn with these , i™i •
j light gowns." j le"ted looking bunch of domes-
"Some young women are too partic
out oi the ' "That's er
^! "It wasn't
tng purchased the City Liverv Barn and added several new rigs
le drivers, we are in position to give the public the best of
Rigs furnished day or nitrht. First class rigs always. Prompt
STiven all calls. WE KNOW THE ROAD.
the alarm, and citizens pursued the
man to a lumber yard where ne hid.
Larken entered the yard and was shot
through the heart. The robber ran to j roses
a pile of lumber a short distance be-1 wouldn't
yond and hid under it. A desperate
fight with the citizens, during which
at least 500 shots were exchanged
followed and the robber was k.:lled.
SCOTT & SCOTT,
MONEY TO LOAN ON FARMS.
[>a; you to get our terms before borrowing.
*.V#ffic?^roo|P 3 Altus State Bank.
i COTTON A MILLION
Washington, L). C.Aug. 5,-- "Th<
- >*0 yujtr
tic creatures as we ever saw.
Cotton looked all right, and
j the corn was in fine shape, If
we are any sort of judge, the as-
sertion is safe and truthful that
this crop is already made wheth-
er rains any*more this season
lovely. Still, the milliner | or not, and the vipM ic nr«,n„
guarantee that they would — -—— * K U1® 10
.not fado She said i positively must I ^abundant. Truly has Jackson
1 ^"r"U:r„r -' " I £2unty bTe„rStyled the garden
said1 Wetu ,flPerfeCUT"bate them!" SP<>t* some beautiful
meekly «-ind bought one. That made | country homes on the trip, and
1 the peaceful, contented appear-
'So I went to the milliner's again and
nvest in a |10 stra
my for you!"
ich for the hat. It's
Milan straw and can be used next
year thougli the milliners always say
that am! hats never can be used next
year. Besides. I always expect to
have more money next year. The I
you swelling around at a
ance of these [with the genera)
SMASHES ALL RE<
Ab an all-round laxative
health-builder no other pills
are with Dr. King's Net
They tone and regulate «to«r.arh. liv
er and kidntya. purify the blood. >tren-
(then the nerves. cure Conatipation,
Dyspepsia. Biliousness Jaundic*. Hea-
4 che. ('hills and Malaria Try them.
She at Geo D. Pendleton's.
Harvie Jordan, of Atlanta? trimming at sales and wh«>n I got the
Ga., president of the Southern Cotton **:tr£-anu)unt I had to pay almost
Washington, is . responsible for the to t'*t',Phone me that she 'was not
•bove statement." " The cotton jf*a<ly me and besides I had three
I "I can i
! Summer resort
>^LIZ|airofprosp<?rit>' ^ade ™
for just wearing around home. That I that Were also a*farmer
wasn't all, either." j
"Co on." ——
"The dressmaker sent word at the
last minute that she would need three
yards of embroidery and four more of
lac< or the dresses would be ruined.
So of course *.
First' Publication*^ the" Oklahoma
Dortit crat Aug.S,~19fl9.
NOTICE ,TO CREDITORS
ranK m. .1 atne?. o! 'our.lv 01 Ta.t"-
son, State of Oklahoma
All persons having claim* against
said Frank M. James deetyuwd, art
required to exhibit the same; with ti
, iJ^^itAsk You
Jt - Arr th«' ^ ^
Berf. < t he.-'-r -t < .
Bruises, Sorea, Scalds, lioji-,. I'lei r
.a. .< • i: i. ■ ■ f r J
1 "lil Sort's, ( ha 1 ii<i lfan<1s «u[ r. 1
a .. «■
D. Pendleton's. j
true httints; so. as Vt takes two c« 7* 10 «"e same; wirt
outh.1s.1n a very critical fa reft l0 get to her -house, that added ! ^•««c''s« ry vouchers t^..the .^nier
says Mr. Jordan,"- fadi*1^®- ' I si«jt-d,duly appointed andqualified ad-
estim^es that Jiav« ' beerT" fi["e . . nTiniatratpf-'of said deeeased_jtt thf
e ^ade ^nceritlnK the crop of Texas day of lam week and5 her gTr* go^M j °'^wo.f Johnson.MorreI and Hifgel.at-*
bdle when sh« rang our bell, se 1 torneys for said estate, in theeitv of
■'«> - z s;„.
for tn. Thoy. have )ust rem- with of Oklahoma, and th*t four months'
the biil and I>e been (ountiuj up.how ! after the - first publication: of thi«
much tiiose two cheap gowns har* , w .
cost me" . ^nptice has been iunited by. order*of'
Well, sever mind they'll,100k An*." lh* Cocnty Court ^of" said"* JasVson
"That's the worst of If'groaned Ix>- County, as the time for creditors of
retta. , They are so provokingly nim I s*ai(Tdeceased to exhibit sns j present
m CHAPMAN HAS .*
ARRIVED IN THE CITY
to t|ka Cardui. fcr jiour'female
J trcji^lec. because ve are sure :t
will help yc-j. Remember that |
this great female remedy-
Get De Witts Cerbolized Witch
Hazel Salve when* ^-ou ask for it.
There arc a (treat. mar y imitations,
but there is just original. This
•alve is good for anything where a
salee is needed to be used, bat it is
especially good for piles. Sold by !
Goo. D. Pendleton.
j has brought relief to thousands of
other sick women, so why net to
you ? For headache, backache,
periodical pains, female veik-
neis. many have raid 4t Is "the
I beat medicine to take." Try It I |
Sold la Ttalg City „
From Saturday's Dally.
Brother , G. J. Chapman
Thomas Ontario, Canada,
[yesterday to take charge
First Chrstian Church of this place
and will preach at the church to-
mor-jw. Brother Chapman is no
stranger in Oklahoma having had
charge Of the church at Cherokee.
Okla., for a number of years.
pie looking that verybody'll think. I
made them tnvself or bought them
ready made. I saw on<* downtown not
a bit less pretty for $«. yet thf two
outats >©st me |47 R0 The aeit time
I economize 1 II kaow it 1 afgM as
well have the fun of being sxtravagaat
from the beginning"
their cTaims against said estate. Dat-
ed the 3d day of August A. D. 1909.
Walter P. James
"These Turks are barbarous peo-
ple." r<-aark"4 th cottage housewife
as she got oat a rhubarb pie
"Tea. aus ' responded Paady Pikes
H,s w -
| work at Cherokee and at other places " °r*m*dy h" r"tor-
are excellent recommendat.on. of h„ ; -P P-> health « d atreB(fth to thou^nd. of
—lity e. a minister. Kvery body Mnr JZ\ 7^™" tT" ~
. .. ,, * * j. . _ . kanr.ful drurs a ltd pleaeart
, is cordially .nvited to Ure aim. | • ^ j tak€. Altos Dreg Store.
, Kev.I.W. Williamson, Hanington,
W.Va., writes: "This is to certify
that I used Foley's Kidney Remedy
for nervous exhaustion and kidftey
trouble and am free to say that it
wil do all that you claim for it"
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Ruthruff, C. E. The Oklahoma Democrat. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 12, 1909, newspaper, August 12, 1909; Altus, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc281855/m1/2/: accessed January 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.