The Altus Times. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 26, 1905 Page: 1 of 8
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THE JOHNSON HDW. & IMP. CO. GIVES AWAY A FINE "CHARTER OAK" COOK STOVE FREE ON MONDAY, NOV. 6. ASK FOR TICKETS.
THE ALTUS TIMES.
FORMERLY THE LEGER TIMES.
Altus. CreerCounty. Oklahoma. Thursday. October 26, 1905.
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Oldest Exclusive Dry Goods
Store in Greer County.
Largest Exclusive Dry
Goods in Greer County
MILLER BROTHERS & COMPANY | IICR AIM'S
SPIT US1 SUE
are offering merchandise at closer margins
than any other house in the country.
Everybody must attend our
Big Spot Ca
for the month of
N o vember
We want your trade and if you will INSPECT our IMMENSE
stock, and get our PRICES your will you will see why we are
doing the BUSINESS. We have no SHODDY GOODS to AD-
VERTISE AT LESS THAN COST.
But we are selling good clean merchandise at a living profit,
WINTER IS HERE
Six hundred Mens and Boy's Overcoats. You are going to need
one? We have 'em.
A good Beaver at $4.45 regular $6.50 value
A good Blue Melton 5.45 regular 7.50 va ue
A firood GonuinG Melton 9.95 44 J 5 Vcilus
Ask to see our Long ULSTER and CRAVINET COATS range
in prices from $5 up to $20.
MENS AND BOY'S CLOTHING
We are putting the knife in, and Cut is Deep. Cut Prices in
All Departments For November.
LADIES AND MISSES CLOAKS
We will put 500 in on our Big November Sale, and you will
also find that we are right in price and quality in this department
Ladies See Our Millinery Department
If you haven't purchased your fall hat, we can save you
money. Also look through our Dress Goods department.
You will not only find the largest assortment, but you will
find a big saving. Attend this Big November
SPOT CASH SALE
Miller Bros. <fl Co.
The Big Store on The Corner.
If you will watch it closely every
week, you will save dollars.
We have nothing for you in
this column this week, but if
you come to our store you
will always find bargains.
Next week we will have as
attractive list of real bargains
as you ever saw..
Our big fair sale was a great
success, and our store was
crowded from the time it
opened until the last day.
We want to thank our friends
and customers for their liber-
al patronage, and assure
them we have still more bar-
gains for them later on.
Remember we give away
$125 in gold on December
25. You may be the lucky
one. Call for tickets when
you are in the store.
Come and see us when in town, whether you want to buy or
not. We are always glad to see you.
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Shepard, Susie W. & Shepard, Horace W. The Altus Times. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 26, 1905, newspaper, October 26, 1905; Altus, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc404317/m1/1/: accessed January 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.