The Altus Times. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 16, 1908 Page: 1 of 10
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Altus Expects Every friend and Supporter to Nobly Do His Duty at the Ms Saturday. Don't Fail to Cast your Ballot Early for Altus.
THE ALTUS TIMES.
FORMERLY THE LEGER TIMES.
Altus, Jackson County, Oklahoma, Thursday, July 16, 1908.
PRICES, CUT PRICES
The axe has dropped and prices are cut into pieces
This is the season of the year we take for clearing out things.
Every summer we make these fearful cuts on all our Men's, Boy's
and Children's Clothes, Hats and Toggery.
We Want No Carried Over Stock
We want no back numbers to cumber the following season.
Money invested here now will pay a handsome dividend. Here
are nuggets of shining value. We believe these prices will tempt
you to call at once. THE MORE YOU BUY THE MORE YOU'LL
$15.00 Suita for $10.00
$12.00 Suits for $8.00
$10.00 Suits for $6.65
Hart Schaffner & Marx Hand Tailored Suits
$27.50 Suits for $21.90
$24.00 Suits for... $18.90
$22.00 Suits for $16.90
$20.00 Suits for $14.90
$5.00 Florsheim Oxfords $3.75
$5.00 Florsheim Shoes $3.95
$4.00 Royal Blue Shoes $3.45
$3.50 Royal Blue Shoes $2.95
$6.00 John B. Stetson Hats . $4.95
$5.00 John B. Stetson Hats $3.95
$1.00 Underwear for. 75c
50c Underwear fcr 37 1 -2c
Last Saturday was the first day, and it was a great one; we
sold goods right and left. First Monday in August will be the
last day of this great sale. Don't stay away as it means a great
saving for you to buy now.
OUPHINT-NIX & COMPANY
The One-Price Clothiers
TI TRUTH MADE PLAIN
Rendered Desperate By Altus' Tremendous
Gain, Olustee Spreads Reports of an A1
tus-Hollis Combination to Dismember
Jackson County, By "Donating" Town-
ships to Hollis in West Jackson to Create
a New County.
About the meanest aud moat
thoroughly contemptible false-
hood Olustee haa been guilty of
perpetrating in an effort to ae-
cure votes for for rapidly failing
cause, was shown in the newspa-
pers publiahed weat of Salt Fork
last week, bat it came to the sur-
face iu all its hi dec as.ness and
viudictiveneaa at the Duke picnio
Saturday. The purport of thia
colossal falsehood ia to convince
the votera that Hollis and Altus
have jotued hands iu a scheme to
diamember Jackaou county—that
is, if Altus ia choaen aa the coun-
ty seat of Jackson, she is to
"give" Hollis certaiu townships
iu the weet end of this county,
which, taken in connection with
the territory Hollis ezpecta to
chop trom Greer, will give her
aufficient territory to form a
couuty of bar own.
That sooh an agreement on the
part of Altus would be impossible
of accomplishment ia apparent
to every tbiuking, readbning, in-
telligent man, who will joat atop
and conaider the propoaition for
a moment; but Olustee has so
skillfully colored the falsehood
as to make it somewhat plausible.
She says that the electiou to se-
cede from Jackson county will be
called in connection with certaiu
townships iu Greer county, ad
joining, which Hollis als?) ex
pects to get; and if the Greer
county townships vote to secede
this vote will also carry the Jack-
son county townships with them.
This, theu, is equivalent to 6ay-
iug that 120 matter how the citi-
zens of these Jackson county
towusbips vote, the vote iu the
Greer county townships adjoin-
ing will defeat their will, aud
they will be forced to secede
whether they desire to do so or
A blacker, more mendacious,
outrageous falsehood was never
invented by a band of grafters so
lost to all sense of decency and
honor that they will resort to
anythiug, no matter ho v under-
handed and nefarious, to
up their dying cause. In the
first place, if au election to secede
from Jackson couuty were ever
beld by townships on the west
side, the citizens of those towu-
sbips are themieives
the arbiters of their own destiny
What they say goes, and nothing
on earth can defeat their will.
Under the Oklahoma constitution
it would be impossible to hold
such an election in connection
with Greer county townships.
The citizens of each county must,
decide, independent of the other,
aud thus is the most plausible
and deceptive part of Olustee's
lie refuted. Again, the citizens
living in these townships iu West
Jackson county have uaver given
the slightest intimation that they
desired to leave Jackson and go
into a new couuty with Hollis or
any other towu as cbunty seat,
so the whole matter resolves it-
self into a simple lie, invented by
Olustee with the assistance of
their tool and lackey, the editor
of the Eldorado Courier, to fur-
ther Olustee's county seat am-
bitions. The Courier waa full of
it laat week, and the thick-headed
numbakull who writea dope for
that aheet aeema to imagine that
the citizeus of these towusbips
are idiota or fools—and they cer
taiuly would be if they took auy
stock iu such au opeo-faeed, self-
evident lie aa the above scheme is.
Olustee partisaus were indus-
triously circulating this false*
Iiood at the Duke picnic Satur-
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Cheaper Than Ever
| Our Big Special Price List Bargains Never
| Before Offered in Altus. Values That
Can't be Duplicated.
| Saturday and
| Monday, July 20
Here are Goods that you
need every day and
best of all
The Price Is Right
Monday, July 20
| Ladies' Vests
\ 15c values, tape
\ neck and sleeve, a
| big bargain at
; V2c each
A good 1 Oc value,we
use as a big leader.
Get all you want at
5c per yard
One big lot of mat-
tings to close out at
per yard only
| I Calicoes
I With each $2.50pur-
chase we will sell you
| the best 6c Calicoes
; 10 yds. for 35c
The best $ 1 50 grade
will be sold at only
98c per yard
2000 yds. 20c and
25c grade Dress
Lawns, all good col-
ors, in one lot, 10yds
to a customer,
10 yds. for 98c
I We have 1OO ladies'
f corsets that were the
last of several lines,
style on the market,
worth up to$1 .your
Ladies Wash Suits
We will close out our
entire line of ladies'
white lawn and col-
ored madras shirt
waist suits, they are
slightly soiled but
not damaged, prices
up to $6,choice now
Size 9x12, some-
thing entirely new.
The new Linen Fiber
Art Square wears
longer and looks pet-
ter than anything on
the market. We want
you to see them so
for the above days
only we offer you the
$ 16.50 grade at
A big bargain for you
if you get here early.
We have one big lot
of shirt waists, white
and .colors, some are
slightly soiled, worth,
up to $2,your choice
Everything that we
have left in 8Jc and
10c dress lawns will
be put in one big lot
and closed out quick
Ladies Knit Underwear
One big lineof ladies
50c grade knit union
suits, all sizes,nicely i
finished, while they
Ia3t, your choice
3 for $1.00
20c Feather Tick
only 12^ yd.
49c sq. yard
We are here with the Goods; are you from Mis-
souri? Then we can show .you that these are
beyond a doubt the best values you have been of-
fered this year, and also just the kind of Goods
at just the time you need them. Come get your
share of the grapes at
Miller Bros. & Co.
ALTUS, .... OKLA.
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Shepard, Susie W. & Shepard, Horace W. The Altus Times. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 16, 1908, newspaper, July 16, 1908; Altus, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc404266/m1/1/: accessed June 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.