The Altus Times. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 7, 1910 Page: 3 of 7
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f Genuine Indian Made Moccasins «
g$ FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN AT $
| The E. C. Stone Dry Goods Co. |
J ALTUS, . . . OKLAHOMA . . . DUKE, J
TAKE MAN'S PILLS
You Will Make No Mistake if
You Follow This Advice
Never neglect your kidneys.
If you have pain in the back,
urinary disorders, dizziness and
nervousness, it's time, to act and
no time to experiment. These are
all symptoms of kidney trouble
and you should seek a remedy
which is known to cure the kid-
Doan's Kidney Pills is the rem-
edy to use. No need to experiment.
It has cured many stubborn cases
in this vicinity.
Can Altus residents demand
further proof than that contained
in the following testimonial?
Mrs. A. Birch, 612 Fourteenth
St., Frederick, Okla. says: "I am
pleased to recommend Doan's Kid-
ney Pills. For several years I suf-
fered from kidney trouble in such
a severe form that I could hardly
attend to my work. The kidney
secretions were unnatural and
i-aused me much annoyance. I con-
sulted doctors and tried many reme-
dies, but to no avail. I had heard
a great deal about Doan's Kidney
Pills and finally deciding to give
them a trial, I procured a box.
FINE SERIES OF
Chautauqua Course Is Drawing
Fair Houses and Pleas-
The Chautauqua season of en-
tertainment which has been in ses-
eases which are caused by decayed sjon the past week, and comes to a
them until I was in good health/ 1
give Doan's Kidney Pills the credit
for this wonderful change."
For sale by all dealers. Price
50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co.
Buffalo, New York, sole agents for
the United States.
Remember the name—Doan's—
and take no other.
Owing to the fact that the sea-
son for typhoid fever and other dis-
matter, has come, it is necessary
for YOU to see that your premises
are put and kept in a sanitary con-
dition. In order to do this it Is
necessary for you to cut
weeds, clean out your stables, put
lids on your closets (the last call)
and haul off all waste matter that
accumulates around your place.
Without making any threats,
we trust that every good citizen in
town, realizing what it means to
his own family to prevent these
fatal diseases, will get busy and
put these suggestions into execu-
tion. We insist that this must be
done within the next ten dftys.
The sanitary officer, Mr. English,
will call on you later.
Let no one get mad but all work
to his own interest and let us
have the cleanest town in South-
C. <4. Spears, City Physician.
If "Leger's Best'' or "Golden
Grain" flour does not please vou
. it doesn't cost you a cent. Try it
After using them a short time, I and be convinced. It is guaranteed,
felt better and I continued taking Leger Mill Co. tf
WE ARE the PEOPLE.
WE SHAVE DOWN OUR PRICES WHEN WE FIRST
NARK OUR GOODS.
EVERYTHING IN OUR STORE RUNS SMOOTHLY BE-
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OF EVERYTHING A FIRST-CLASS HARDWARE STORE
WE STAND BEHIND EVERYTHING WE SELL AND
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PLAIN TO SEE.
close this evening, has been a treat
to all who have attended, and the
only regret to these has been that
there were not more people in the
growing city of Altus who cared
to avail themselves of the oppor-
tunity to hear the various excel-
lent entertainers who appeared
upon the platform.
The opening program was given
Friday afternoon by the Otterbein
Male Quartet, who established
themselves as favorites at once.
Quartet numbers, mostly in the
lighter vein of melody and humor,
befitting the season, were inter-
spersed with bell-ringing, readings
and solos; the whistling selection
by Mr. Condit beiug particularly
artistic. The rolicking good hu-
mor of the entire quartet infected
the audience, and they were cor-
dially welcomed again in the prelude
to the evening lecture, by Ex-Gov.
Buchtel, of Colorado, who spoke
on "The Pleasantness of Being an
American." Mr. Buchtel im-
pressed his audience most favor-
ably, and his views were those of
one who has not only studied but
seen the conditions in other
countries, and is firmly convinced
of the pleasant truths which he so
admirably expresses, and which, as
i he said, are seldom fully realized
j by Americans.
The Shultz-Leigh ctunpanv gave
a very fine program Saturday af- !
! ternoon, Mr. Shultz beiug heard in
| violin selections of a very high j
j class, and Miss Leigh giving read- j
I ings. mostly of the monologue va-! j
I riety, in which she is truly an j
adept. In a recital from "Rebecca |
of Sunny-Brook Farm" she was!
truly charming. In the evening a j
number from each of these artists i
preceded Win. Sterling Battis'
terpretation of "Oliver Twist.
quite out of the ordinary. Their
playing, while pleasing, was not
the finished performance that was
expected from the much heralded
organization. Theafternoon lecture
by PaulV. Volkeron "TheSpiritual
Nature of Man," was one of the
finest things of the course. Mr.
Yolker is an enthusiast in his
study of psycology, and his reas-
oning was so aptly expressed, his
illustration in the story of Joan of
Arc so beautifully told, that his
hearers forgot the material things
of life and went with him into the
realm of mind and soul for an :
hour that was almost too short.
The concert by the Hungarian
Orchestra Tuesday evening con-
sisted of popular airs, familiar
operas and a few Hungarian num-
bers, " Tittle's Serenade," a duet
for flute and cello, being one of the
most appreciated selections. The
player of the cymballum, a peculiar
instrument with something of the
tone quality of a harp, took the
honors of the evening.
The Columbian Orchestra, com-
posed of five youthful musicians
of undoubted talent, assisted by
Miss Carter, reader, gave a very
pleasing program Wednesday af-
ternoon, and a few numbers at the
evening session, when Col. G. A.
Gearhart delighted a large au-
dience with his lecture on "Foot-
prints of the Centuries."
This afternoon the performance
of the DeKoven Male Quartet is
anticipated with much pleasure,
and the first Chautauqua assembly
of Altus will come to an end to-
night with a lecture by I.N. Hol-
These entertainments have not
met with deserved patronage, and
the Chamber of Commerce will
have to make up the deficit.
Statement of Facts Backed
By a Very Strong
We guarantee immediate and
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impersonation "of'the | constiPat^n- every case where
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various characters of the gruesome
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a small I Rexall Orderlies are a gentle, ef-
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On Sunday afternoon a tumui. , , ,, , ,
audience enjoyed Everett Kemp in Ifeetl™' ^dab e and safe bowel
John G. Holland's beautiful atorv. W'»tor. strengthener and tonic,
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whole-souled Jim Fenton and the
friends that he loved were right
before the eyes of all present in
scenes that moved to alternate mirth
| and tears. Mr. Kemp's recital
| was one of the most delightful i;
;has ever been the writer's good
fortune to hear.
hour again, he opened the pro
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quiet, easy way. They do not
cause any inconvenience, griping
or nausea. They are so pleasant
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they may tie taken by any one at
any time. They thoroughly tone
At the evening I "P ^ 8>'8tem 40 ,e?lth-v
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Dr. Homer T. Wilson addressed
the largest audience which had yet
assembled with a dramatic rendi-
tion of his popular lecture. "The
Man of Galilee."
Monday, the first disappointment
of the anticipated program was
met in the unavoidable absence of
the two speakers of the day. Dr.
Carter Helm Jones, and Dr. A. C.
Scott. Claude Weaver, of Okla-
homa fame, was sent to fill va-
cancies. and addressed the
ommend them to all sufferers from
any form of constipation and its
attendant evils. That's why we
l>ack our faith in them with our
promise of money back if they do
not give entire satisfaction. Two
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tablets 25 cents. Remember yon
•an obtain Rexall Remedies in Al-
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Hungarian Orchestra. whi' h | T. F. Doan returned Friday-
opened the program Tuesday af- from Mississippi where he accom-
ternoon. hut the organization was pauied his family to the home of
a distinct disappointment to those I his parents for a visit of two
who were expecting something months.
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Shepard, Susie W. & Shepard, Horace W. The Altus Times. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 7, 1910, newspaper, July 7, 1910; Altus, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc404277/m1/3/: accessed December 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.