The Altus Times. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 15, 1905 Page: 1 of 6
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THE ALTUS TIMES.
FORMERLY THE LEGER TIMES.
Altus, CreerCounty, Okl«hom4> Thursday, June 15. 1906.
Out beneath the broiling summer sun a person
needs to keep as cool as possible and we are
showing the proper garments for this sultry
weather. Men's nice all wool navy blue Serge
coats in clean clear weave. Prices run
$2.75, $3.50, $4.75 and up to - qW
The coats of these suits are unlined
and are made up to fit as nicely as
if regularly lined goods. We have
about 300 suits in this Hne in wool-
en worsteds and fine cashmeres,
also some elegant crashes. Prices
range $2.90, $3.75, $5, $6, $7.50,
$8.50 and up to - - $15-
See the Greatest Line of hats on Earth at ONE DOLLAR
Now on Display in our Window.
SATURDAY MGHT SPECIAL JUNE 17,
FOR TWO HOURS ONLY, FROM 8 TO 10.
One Hundred mens nice summer suits, all stacked out in one
pile, some of these suits are two piece suits and some are
three piece suits. There are hardly any two suits alike in the
whole pile and the values actually range from $8.50 to $15.
We are going to sell FOR TWO HOURS ONLY choice of all
these suits for ----- $6.95
And throw in with each suit, a suit of good nice
thin summer underwear and a pair of nice fancy
socks, the whole pile for - $6.95.
Saturday Night June 17, from 8 to 10.
The fewer of these suits we sell the richer we will
be, but we will turn them loose for ONLY 2 HOURS
See our great line of 25c 5traw Hats
WHAT WE ADVERTISE WE SELL AND AT THE PRICE.
WE TRY NEVER TO DISAPPOINT OUR CUSTOMERS.
Where can you buy to better advantage
See our Special Pant Counter, They are Bargains.
Pants - - - $1 00
Summer Pants - - 1 25
Cool Summer Pants 1 50
Thin Cool Summer Pants 2 00
Who Beats Our Prices?
Who Equals Our Quality?
Don't buy cheap shoddy clothing, for we will
give you standard stuff for same money.
Yours for a square deal in all lines
MILLER BROS. COMPANY
are marked in plain
figures on every
thing in our store
So it is no trouble
to show you or tell
on clothing will
save you from 92
to $5 on each suit
ARE YOU TIED DOWN?
Constantly dissatisfied? Do you intend to remain blind-folded
to good opportunities when they are offered to you? If you
want to better yourselves, we will show you a simple and sure
way. All we ask of you is to visit our store and we will take
great pleasure in showing you our stock and giving you our
prices, which will be of Vital interest and profit to you.
Dimities and Organdies!
We have a fine line of the above,
worth from 6| to 7|c, our price 5c
A fine line, worth from 10 to 12 12c,
our price 7l/tc
A fine line, worth from 12 1-2 to 15c,
our price.: 10c
A fine line, worth from 15 to 20c, our
A fine line, worth from 20 to 25c, our
Dress Linen, worth 20c, our price I2$c
Dress Linen, worth 25c, our price .... 15c
White Goods! White Goods!!
Waist goods, worth from $1 to $1.2;
per pattern, our price 75c
Nainsook, worth 10c per yard, our
price ; 7#c
Nainsook, worth per yard, our
Cross bared Lawns, worth 8c per
yard, our price 6c
Cross bared Lawns, worth 10c per
yard, our price 7lM
Cross bared Lawns, worth 25c per
yard, our price 15c
India Lawns, worth i2\c per yard,
our price 8#c
India Lawns, worth 20c per yard,
our price I2j4c
BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! . BARGAINS!!!
We have a line of hats that are of
all the new and latest styles.
Men's hats, worth $2.50 to $3.50, our
Men's hats, worth $1.75 to $2.50, our
Men's hats, worth $1.25 to $2, our
We have the strongest line of hats
ever shown in this city for only,... 1.00
A fine line of both Ladies and Men's
fine Dress Shoes, worth $2.50 to— $5
Men's patent leather, button, worth
$$, our price 3-5°
Ladies patent leather, lace, worth I;
our price 3*°°
Men's good work shoes from $1.25 to..1.75
Ladies medium weight from $1.2; to. 2.00
We guarantee every pair of shoes we
sell to give perfect satisfaction.
Quick Sales and Small Profits is What Keeps New Goods in Stock
at All Times. See Our Special Prices.
Don't fail to see our
special line of clothing.
We handle the 1. & S.
Bing Clothing of Cincin-
nati. We also have a
fine line of Ladies and
Men's Gloves in all col-
ors and weights. Next
is our fine line of Jewel-
ry. Be sure and see
this line as it is a nice
A. C. A. Feather Tick-
ing, worth 15c 10c
Best L. L. Domestic,
worth 7 1-2C 5c
Best Lonsdale Bleaching
worth ioc 7 I-2C
Bleachings, worth ioc,
now 8 I-2C
Forest Mills Bleaching
worth 8 1-3, now.... 7c
Goodnuff Bleaching 7 i-2
Our Star Bleaching 6£c,
Cotton Checks, 6 1-4,. 4c
Madras Gingham 12 1-2,
Dress Gingham 12 1-2,
now 8 i-3c
Apron Check 6#, 5c
We have just received
10,000 yards of standard
brand of Calicoes since
our big sa le and this will
all go at 4 i cper yard at
any and aJl times, These
are the be-st that can be
Forest PercaJes, worth
ioc, now 7ic
Regent Percales, worth
8 1-3C, now 6#
We have the above in all
WflTI^FI wan* y°u *° fee' t^t this is your store, a store
ilU 1 luL. for your interest, as well as our interest We
cannot prosper without you; its directly to our interest to work
for you. We have found it so for the past 7 year.; we have
been working for you, the closer we exchange our goods for
your cash and the more convenient we make it for you to trade
here the more we expand. I have just returned from market
where I done my best to buy a line that would suit jj<ou in every
way the best, so call and see them.
YOURS FOR BUSINESS
E. E. CRAKN
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Shepard, Susie W. & Shepard, Horace W. The Altus Times. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 15, 1905, newspaper, June 15, 1905; Altus, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc405042/m1/1/: accessed February 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.