The Altus Times. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 14, 1905 Page: 3 of 6
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Life often seems too long to the woman who suf-
fers from painful periods. The eternal bcaring-
downjScfche. backache, leucorrhea
dizziness, cripinu, cramps and similar torture* ait
dreadful! to make life worth living, take
It Eases Women's Pains
It quickly relieves Inflammation, purifies and enrichesi the t>lood,
strengthens the constitution and permanently cures all diseased con
dltloos from which weak women suffer.
It Is matchless, marvelous, reliable.
At all druggest's In $1.00 bottles.
WRITE US A LETTER
freely anJ frankly, In strictest confid-
ence, telling us all your symptoms and
troubles. Wa will send free advice
(In plain sealed envelope), how to
cure them. Address: Ladies' Advisory
Dept., The Chattanooga Medicine Co.,
"I SUFFERED GREATLY,"
writes Mrs. L. E. Clevenger, of Belte-
vlew, N. C., "at my monthly periods,
all my life, but the first bottle of Car-
dui gave me wonderful relief, and now
I ain in better health than I have been
foralongtime. I thinkCardul thegreat-
est woman's medicine in tin: v. or Id."
| -USE THE- J
I SINGER SEWING MACHINE
X THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
! Wherever sewing machines are used the Silver is known as
1 the standard of EXCELLENCE, it embraces ALL the good
} points of other machines many points »' ^
1 NONE of the bad ones. If you'wan a machiinelcar. »eU you
1 one on easy terms. 865 machines for *48. Come in ana, 1
| me show and explain the machine to you. All mnus
♦ needles, oil or repairs.
| LEE WALKER. Loc/11. Agent.
♦ HEADQUARTEKS AT E. E. GRAIN'S STORE. -
Deuuia *ud DatU U»b '«*
turned last week from a visit iu
Little Gertie Fink, who ha«
beeu iiok for §omo time, i> im*
Bro. W. H. Crump »ud wife
visited their daughter, Mra.
W. Kuser, lilt week at Eldorado.
8. M. Jouei returned today
from a week's sojouru iu weit
Texas, lookiug o'er the laudacape
with a view to purchaaiug aome
Hou. H. 8. McCowau, pre»i
dent of the Committee on Irriga
tiou, will apeak at this place
Thursday uight on the irrigatiou
Miss Lula Umb ia in
Dallas iu the trimming rooms,
preparing herself for themiliuery
business, into which she expects
to go here this fall.
Everything is alive iu and
around Headrick. Land sdliug
as high as $80 per acre, town
full of seekers, gins ready for tbe
cotton, aud the merchants there
with the goods and expect to do
the best busiuess ever before.
The social given at the home
of Mrs. Ewing Monday night in
houor of Misses Nora and Cairo
Parker, who leave Wednesday
■for Muskogee to atteud school
was a very enjoyable affair, not
withstanding we boys regret to
see them leave.
Dr. E. M. Chapman and family
leave this week for California
to make it their future home.
Their daughter, Miss Lula, has
beeu in bad health for nearly
twelve months, aud it is hoped by
her mauy friends that the change
will bring to her her much de-
. / Q. MQCLAY
frisco immigration agent
orient townsite agent
Heal Estate, Farm Iomis. Chattel Homages, Deeds,
(II Work Promptly Attended To..
0FFI0E:--N. W. Oorner Square.
11K POUT OF T11E CONDITION OF
The Blair State Bank
In the Territory of Oklahoma, at toe otow ot
business *ci>t. 1, 1905, as matle to tlic bank
Loans and Discounts ... .* * 22,658 09
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.. •>!
uvcrurans, sccurcu «»,,
Stocks, Bonds, Wan-ants, etc
Banking House and Lots...'...
Furniture and Fixture-
. 08 05
Individual Deposits subject to check... .12,TO
Time Certiflcates of Deposit ™
Bills Payable 5000 w
TERRITORY OF OKLAHOMA I ss
County of Greer. *
I s . 4. Stonchocker cashier of the abov
named bank, do solemnly swear tiattheaboxc
statement Is true, and that sald bank l as
other liabilities and is not en'lomr oin....,
note or obligation other than tl'iU shovn in the
above statement, to the best of m\ Kuovmcuki
and belief, so help me Ood.
S. \. SToxKllocKKli, ( a sine..
Subscribed and ►worn to I'cfore mc tbls Slh
My commission expires March 28, l'JOi.
t\ u. WlLI>MAX,
The "Greatest Show On Earth" to Ex-
hibit at Lawton and Hobart
October 6 and 7,
The annouueemeut that Ring-
ling Brother's World's Greatest
Shows will exhibit in Lawton,^
Friday Oct, 0 and Hobart Sfttur-1 a*nJB8lghtKxchange
day, Oct. 7, will be reeeived with
more than usual interest by the
people in this neighborhood. The]
Ringling Brothers have a name
that stands for all that is new,
novel and entertaining in the
circuB liue, and the management
announces that this season the
show has been enlarged to such
an extent that a whole extra
trfcin is used in addition to the
four trains of last season, The
show is now transported from
place to place in eighty-five sev-
enty-foot cars, constructed espec-
ially for the Ringling Bros. In
connection with the circus prop-
er, in which the nrenic peiform-
anco is unexcelled, the King i. g
Brothers are this season present-
ing the beautiful and sublime
spectacular production of " l'he,
Field of the Cloth <>f Gold, j
This pantomimic play nei:'s9l"j am,
tates the use of 1200 actors and ovent™.^
actresses and of almost five hun-
dred horses. It is presented on ^
th. largest stage ever used for
exhibitional purposes. Special
excursion rates hive been ar-
ranged for on all li»es of travel
by Ringlihg Brothers, and those
who desire to go to Lawtou or
Hobart where this gnat circus TSSEnT 1"
S - .i»..
do.o at a compara-
lively small ooat. Tl.es. ""-'"'ISSJS.'KIw!?•«. -
the only points in this vicinity iu«d. j.E■
where the circus will exhibit this . anJ u. before rfe thi* «u>
season and no one should miss .jgrf*pt-
the opportunity to see it. Watch
R. L. Bailey aud his sister,
Miss Maude, returned from St.
Louis Sunday, where they had
gone to purchase their fall stock
of dry goods. It is said that
Lee staid at the depot while Miss
Maude bought the goods. He
says that he will never go there
again, as but few people whom he
m-et would speak to him, while
he bowed politely to all he met.
From this on he will go to Dun-
bar to do his shopping.
Mangum Hospital Items.
The following operations have
beeu recorded the past week:
Mrs. Mary LaSalle, of Ard-
more, I. T., fibroid tumor.
Mrs. A. E. Webster, Anadarko,
0. T , varicose veins.
Samitel Hettinger, Greenville,
Mrs. M. B. Roberts, Erick, O.
Mrs. Maggie White, Chickasha,
1. T.. hemorrhoids.
Ben McColloch, Frauds, 0. T.,
removal turbiunl bones.
Miss Lues Tnppet, Mangum,
0. T., appendicitis.
Mrs. T. J. Dowis, Coralea, 0.
T., hemorrhoids aud movable
J. H. Barrett, Frederick, O. 1.,
removal of tubercular glands of
Webster Smith, Mangum, O.
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| Harry McCay, Custer City, O.
T., (infant) club
Mrs \V. K. Tyson, Tencross, O.j
T., intestinal adhesions.
Charlie Geary, Brick, 0. T
abcess lower jaw.
Birdie Moore, Sayre, O T , < x-
tirpitation hyroid gland.
S H. Byars, nged 78, died la-vt |
Thursday, the 12th day after an j
operation for inguinal hernia.
This honored old geutlemau was
the first patieut to ever die iu
this hospital. K.C. Guthrie of
Mangum, who was operated upou
the same day for the same troub-
le, got well and went howe on the
Mrs. Dr. John«ouf of Loue
Wolf, who had kiduey stitched
in place three weeks ago, is now
able to be up.
K. Williams, of Bloomiugtou,
O. T. who was operated upon for
appendicitis some weeks ago, was
|«eei. by the reporter yesterday,
aud aaid he was feeliug good.
some Mi ;:
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Shepard, Susie W. & Shepard, Horace W. The Altus Times. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 14, 1905, newspaper, September 14, 1905; Altus, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc404977/m1/3/: accessed June 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.