The Altus Times. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 30, 1906 Page: 4 of 6
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M. W. A. Ill 1ILLWC
FARMERS' UNION PICNIC 1
AT ALTUS, OKLAHOMA,
ALTUS CAMP, NO. 0760, MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA, and the South Greer
District Farmers' Uuion have joined their forces for a big picnic at Altus on Friday, Septem-
ber 7, which will be the biggm event pulled off in the south eud of the oouuty this year.
9:30 a. m. Music by band.
JO Welcome address, R. T. Williams.
10:40 Address by S. O. Daws, Shawnee, Pres. I. F. U.
1 1:40 Music.
1 p. m. Music.
1:30 Address by R. T. Willams, subject Constitutional
2:10 Address by W. E. Banks, subject Constitutional Con-
2:50 Address by Rev. J. M. Hively, Martha, Subject Mod-
ern Woodman of America.
3:30 Address by J. S. Moore, Hess, Subject Fraternalism.
4:10 Address by Judge J. R. Tolbert, Hobart.
5:10 Exhibition drill by Mountain Park drill team.
8:30 Big class adoption in K. of P. Hall.
For privileges see Thos. Pritchard.
OLD VETS. MEET.
Residence for Sale.
The present parsonage of the
Resolutions of Thanks to 0. 6. Jones fori cll"rch, ?u North Main
a m, n, T, . , street is offered for sale by the
Securing Them Cheap Rates to | jadie9 of the church) who /r0 gQ_
Reunion at Lawton. I ing to build another. The house
Altus Camp, No. 1417, U. c. !8 a commodiou8 H story dwell-
V., held an interesting meeting *u8 8eveu rooms, hall and two
here Saturday with Com. Taylor P°fch.e9- Purchaser must remove
in the chair. The committee ap-1 building from the lot. For fur-
poiuted to secure reduced rates toj ther information address the
the reuuion at Lawton reported a j president of the VVomaus' Home
~ round trip rate of one | Mission Society.
fare plus 50 cents from all points
ot) the Frisco, effective Sept 11,
12 and VS. Wm. Taylor, VV. H.
H. Maupin and C. C. Hightower
were appointed a committee to
see about rates, best accommoda-
tions, stopovers, etc., for nation-
al reuuion at Richmond, Va.,
West Side Square, next to Trip-
pet's Cash Store. MANGUM,O.T,
Poles Have Arrived.
The poles to be used in string-
ing the wires for the up-town of-
fice of the Western Union Tele-
graph Co. have arrived at last,
and have been unloaded at the
depot. A force of men will leave
St. Louis this week to install the
office; at least that is the infor-
mation contaiued in a telegram
to the Times from J. C. Langley,
assistant superintendent, received
this week. The sooner the office
is installed and in working order
the better it will suit the people.
The ladies of the M. E. church.
South, will give a dinner on the
First Monday iu September, the
place to be anuouu-ed later.
Please remember the date. Ou
December 20, 21 and 22 they
will hold a three days' Bazaar,
when all who desire to purchase
fancy work, etc., for Christmas
presents will hare a spk-ndid as-
sortment to select from.
Scholarship For Sale.
The Times has a scholarship in
one of the best business colleges
in the new state of Oklahoma
for sale at a bargain. Some
bright young man or womau who
desires to secure a business edu-
cation should take advantage of
A resolution extending the sin- j this offer, which may be with-
cere thanks of the Camp to C. G. | drawn at auy time. The schol-
Jones for his promptness and i arship will be sold at greatlv re.
courtesy in securing the low rate;duced prices. Apply to the edit-
to Lawtou, was introduced and ors of the Times.
i School Notice.
The Cotton Compress. ( Pareuts please hear in miud
\\ ork on the new cotton com-! that Geo. 1). Pendleton has ar-
press is moving aloug nicely, audlrauged to carry b>>.,ks for us this
by the time the fleecy begins to! year and that they will be sold
now from the gius of the comity for cash ouly: the mnrgin being
the big press will be all ready to j80 extremely low that no oue can
receive it. H. L. Baker, of the i afford to sell books on credit.
Traders' Compress Co. at Hobart!
has charge of the work, and the
cotton platform is to be oue of
the largest in the Southwest. The
uew institution is located at the
Frisco-Orient crossing, and it will
pay our citizens to stroll down I
that way some time and look at I
Farm for Sale.
Fine 120 acre farm near Mar-
tha is offered for sale at $20 per
acre. Write to or call on
Henry C. Gilliland,
4t Martha, Okla.
Our New W. U. Operator.
Miss Ora Heatly, who has been
The Altus Military Band will j holding a position as telepraph
give its regular Sunday concert I operator at Ponca City for the
Sunday afternoon at 6:30. Sev-! past year, is at home ou a visit
eral new selections will ba reud- j this week. She expects to be
ered, and by request the baud j transferred to Altus iu the near
: will play the beautiful Spanish
; serenade, "La Paloma." Every-
body should atteud this concert.
Following is the program:
1. Overture. '-Heart* of Gold" Barnard
'l. Sacred Selection Black
а. March. "Cordial Greeting" Bennet
4. Waltz, "Sweet Dream" ... Kiefer
5. March, "Welcome to the Elk*-' Alix
б. Spanish Serenade, "La Paloma" Yradier
7. Sacred Selection
Mrs. A. I. Traweek is the guest
of her daughter, Mrs. Marvin
Wooldridge, at Gainesville,
Deafness Cannot be Cured.
local applications, as they cannot rearh the
Showaltrr dl«ea«€d portion of the car. 1 here If onlv one
I, 'Forget Me Xot". Kills Brooks I *«y H* CUre «nd «^at is bjr conslltu-
.... _ | tlonal remedies. Deafness t« caused liv an In-
in. Sweet Thought* Beyer | flamed condition of the mucous lining of tlie
— | Eustac hian Tube. When this tube I Inflamed
E. E. Russell fcr notary work.
yon lia*e a rumbling sound or Imperfect Ittar
ng, and when It Is entirely closed. Deafness Is
r. _ _ the result, and unless the Inflamati'.n can be
Do VOt* WANT TO SELL; Own- taken out and this tulf restored to lt« normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine eases out of ten are caused" bv Catarrh,
which Is nothing but an inflamed condition of
the mocons surfaces.
W« still gist One Hundred Dollars for any
ca»e of Deafne'. 'caused by catarrh» that ran
not be cap-! by Hall's Catarrh Cure Send for
circulars free, f J. CHESKV A Co., T iedo.O
ers of laud desiriug to sell will
fiud it to their advantage to list
with os at once. We have the
Northern Buyers. Ma ban A Bab-
cock, 429 I<ee Building. Okla-
homa City, Okla.
family nila (or constlpaUoa.
R. P. D. No. 6.
The raiu Saturday uight was
quite heavy over No. 0.
Cotton prospects are excellent,
though worms are reportod as do*
ing some damage.
Profs, Cuuuinghaui and Shack-
elford are conducting a successful
singing normal at Loue Oak.
T. U. Stewart and family leave
(his week fcr Stonewall, I. T.,
where they will visit for some
Dode Kelley, Will West and
N. J. Shackelford leave this week
on a prospecting tour over west
Bert Smith hus traded his farm
on 0 for a farm near Duke and
will move us soou as he has gath-
ered his crop.
W. R. Puyue returned last Fri-
day from Wheeler couuty, Texas,
where lie had been prospeoting
for some time.
A. C. March banks returned
Monday from an extended busi-
ness trip to Hobart, Roosevelt
und Mountain Park.
Bob Frazier, of Rule, Texas, is
visiting friends and relatives at
Lone Oak. Bob is an old time
Greer county boy, and says Old
Ciroer sure looks good to him.
Wallace Bailey's little boy was
bitten by a stray dog Saturday
evening, and there was some fear
of Rabies. The dog is still held
by Mr. Bailey, and so far no
uiarmiug symptons have devel-
oped. The wound is healing
nicely and it is believed nothing
serious will result therefrom.
The Justice Club received uew
supplies by express Thursday and
met iu regular sesiiou Friday
uight. The question of delegate
to the constitutional convention
was called for consideration, and
after due discussion the presi-
dent ruled that no club member
should go to the convention, as
there was danger of even a good
man taking both booze and
boodle, of which there would be
plenty. It was further ordered
by the president that W. E.
Banks of Hess and R. T. Will-
iams of Altus be allowed to make
a fair race for the constitutional
convention and the one elected
be required to attend our anuual
brain stew, which will take place
between Nov. 6 and 15. Also the
one elected be furnished with an
uulimited supply of gas through-
out the convention. Adjourned
till next Friday night.
Please read the school notice.
You get glasses to suit you
when they are fit at E. E. Rus-
Gene Hawkins lt-.ft Monday for
a visit to his claim in Beaver
You want the best $ alarm
clock. You cau get it at E. E.
Mrs. A. J. Barnett, of Clareu-
dou, Texas, is the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Curtis Traweek.
I have the machine needles to
suit your machiue no matter
what make. E. E. Russell.
Don't fail to see my uew stock
of umbrellas, iu both gold and
silver handles. E. E. Russell.
School children, you can find
the books, tablets, pencils, etc.,
at Geo. D. Pendleton's drug store.
If you want a wotch I have the
stock to select from and prices
that will suit you. E. E. Russell.
E. H. Younu, editor of the
Walnut Springs, Texas, Hustler,
is the guest of his old friend Juo.
Mrs. I. N. Laugston, of near
Eldorado, who has been visiting
sou aud daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
J. N. Laugston here, returned
home Mouday. Mrs. J. N. Lang-
ston has been sick for 42 days
with typhoid fever, but is some-
what better at this time.
Wanted.—School haviug uew,
attractive proposition, wishes en-
ergetic man or woman to visit
towns in Oklahoma. Good sal-
ary and expenses paid weekly.
Some knowledge of music pre-
ferred, but not essential. Joseph
Moore, Plymouth Place, Chicago.
Miss Aume Love Kimbell's
school at Old Frazier will close
Friday, August 81, ou which day
the pupils and iuvited friends
will enjoy a basket piuic in Wil-
son's grove. The Times editor
aud wife wore extended a cordial
invitation, but as the editor will
be in Eldorado on that day, it
was impossible for us to accept.
When yoa buy flour always
specify the brauds made by the
Leger Mills. Leger's Best and
Golden Grain are two brauds
that never fail to give satisfac-
tion, and in usiug them yoa are
protecting a home industry,
owned aud operated by home
Men Who Suffer With
Dr. J, I. Terrill.
Varicocele, Stricture, Contag-
ions Blood Poison, lost Man-
hood, Seminal Em is si cas,
Nemo-Vital Debility, Epilepsy,
Hydrocele, Catarrh. Piles and all
Chronic Diseases of the Stom-
ach, Kidneys, Bladder aad
Are Quickly Cured by Dr. Terrill.
Dr. Tcrrlll's aim hat always I wen to give men Ilia best treatment at inodcr
ate cost aud tills alone Is the key-note ol Ills remarkable »urivj». The ill.casc.
mentioned above are sately and quickly cared by lir. Terrill In one half the
time usually required by otherforms ot treatment and he give' erery patient
a written, legal guarantee of poslllte and permanent results. An honest lines
ligation among the leading Hanks, Commercial Agonrles and llustnvss klen of
Dallas will convince any sensible man that l)i\ Te trill's honesty and integrity
are beyond repreuch and that he it absolutely reliable In every respect. Inves.
tlgate for yourself! If you cannot caifupon l)r. Terrill In person, write lilm
'I OKAY In regard to yonr troahlo. He will give you his expert advice mid
opinion of your case free of charge and be will he will send you, absolutely free,
tils latest and best book No. 41 on the l>l*ea»es of Men In u plain, sealed envet-
ope If you mention Uils paper and send six rents lor po*lng<!. Do not fall to ask
for this book.
All men coining U> Dallas for treatment owo it to themselves to Imiulrc of
the Hanks, Commercial Agencies and Business Men as to who Is the 1IEST and
MOST KEMAHLK Specialist In the city treating Uie diseases peculiar to men.
If you do thlf It will save you lime and money,
Consultation and Thorough X-Ray Examination Free.
£ia5in dr. J. H. terrill, Pres.
Terrill Medical and Surgical Institute.
♦ WILL YOU USE ELECTRIC LIGHT? |
♦ If so, your house must be wired, and fixtures Installed, perhaps a meter. ♦
T We want your work. We are prepared to Install your llxtures properly, *
2 wire yonr house correctly, und ll\ \ou all up ready to switch on the current. X
• W'e will supply your llxtures, and can »how you u complete line at reason- ♦
J able figures. Will be ready for business October 1. (jet In Hue and light f
* your house. X
! DUNBAR CONSTRUCTION COMPANY f
♦ s. e. dunbar. manager
| Altus Transfer Company |
t Harris Bros, Chisum & Eldridge, Props. \
J This new firm have purchased the livery business, barn ?
f rolling and live stock of Tom Baker on South Main I
3 street, and will do a general livery, transfer and mov- S
$ ing busiuess. We make a specialty of House and Fur- J
£ niture Moving. Our barn is the best equipped in Al- 4
y tus, and we solicit a share of your patronage. J
Harris Bros., Chisum & Eldridge.
THE ALTUS HOTEL
STEWART A DYER. PROPS.
The Altus Hotel has been entirely overhauled and refitted,
new beds, bedding and furniture having been added. The new
management guarantees a first-class table and satisfaction in
every way, and solicits the trade of the people of Altus, sur-
rounding country, and transients. Give us a call when in town.
SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Stewart & Dyer.
A DELICIOUS BLENDING OF FRUIT JUICES
At 8oda Fountains or In Bottles
Manufactured by John Rolston, Altus.
CERTIFICATE OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
Territory of Oklahoma, I
County of Greer (
Know All Men by These Presents:
That It. I.. Chisum, diaries K. Harris,
Elmer F. Harris and L. J. Kldrldge are assocla
led as co-partners in the business of Kcncrnl
liiiuscniovlng, transfer, float and delivery, and
also liren, feed and sale stable, In the town of
Altus, Greer County, Oklahoma Territory, un-
der the llrni nam* of Altus Transfer Company;
that said co-partnership Is a general partner-
ship dating from the 20th day of August. 1»IH;
that all of said partners reside In Altus. Okla-
homa ; and that there are no other partners be -
lunging to said partnership.
bated this the '20th day of August, l'JOfi.
R. I.. Cinst M.
CUARLM K. HaBBIS,
Elmer F. Harris,
b. 1. ELI>bii».i.
Territory of (Oklahoma, i
County of Greer \
Before me, a Notary Public, In and for
said Connty and Territory, on this the •/.th day
of August. 1MB, personally appeared R. L.
( hlsnm, Charles E. Harris. Kliiier F. Harris
and L. J. F.ldrldge, to me known to I* the per-
sons who cxrriited the foregoing instrument
and aeknow ledged the execution of the same.
Witness my hand and seal the dtv and year
last aliore written.
'(£) J. l>. EOOKRS
—^Hotarj- Pnblle, Oreer County. Okla. Ter.
Mf commission expires April A, lUie.
Ten good milk cows with T°oug
calves, for nale, time or canh. |2o
to $85. F. M. Millbb,
Headrick, Okla. 4t
R. J. Luther
House and Sign
Shop, North of H. £. Oor Square.
i prepared to do all kinds of
hou«e and sign fainting and pai>or
hanging. Ilnggy and rarrtage painting
a specialty. Accept work by metric!
<>r by the day, and guarantee satisfac-
tion. Glre me a trial.
Peed for Sale.
All kiuds of feed, chops, meal,
brmn. etc., for sale by Fox &
Steward Bros., at their place of
bu«inets on South Main street,
phone No. 8. Farmers, bring os
in your coru, maize, etc. We
pay the highest market pnee.
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Shepard, Susie W. & Shepard, Horace W. The Altus Times. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 30, 1906, newspaper, August 30, 1906; Altus, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc404552/m1/4/: accessed November 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.