The Altus Times. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 15, 1905 Page: 4 of 6
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LOTS OF GOOD THINOS
JUST COME AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE
If you like Good Coffee, drink
Chase & Sanborn, it is the best
Want to sell you wh&t
Fruit Jars you need, also
Caps and Rubbers for
Old fashion, good Apple
Butter, in jars, no better
can be made. Also Pre-
serves. If you don't like
them, come and Ret your
We are closing out our Dishes. Come
and see if you can find what you want
Yours for Business
JULIAN & JONES
!. A. HJ5NRY,
C ^RUMc5°AHAN:lViCe Pre,1<1enU"
first national Bank,
OF ALTUS, OKLA.
CAF1TALSTOCK P*'D '■ ' ' ■ ' J&'oBo
One of the"oldest and strongest banks in Greer
OUR MOTTO:—Safety, Courtesy and Liberality.
We have one of the latest improved Mosler screw door safes,
absolutely burglar proof, and fire proof vault, located in our
new building, northeast corner square, Altus, Oklahoma.
ALTUS NATIONAL BANK
The Bank where you want to deposit your money.
The Hank that accomodates its customers and friends.
mi,p Hunk th'it offers vou safe and conservative management.
T^e Bank Uiat carries Insurance to cover every dollar of its depositors money.
New Hrlck Ilullding Southeast Corner Square Next to I'ostoffice.
FROM HERE TO THESE
And there's pure air, pure water and sunshiro on
he hill. Just the place for a rest after the long
winter. It's the
Eureka Springs, Ark.
OFEBATED BY THE FRISCO 8Y8TEM
Kound trip tickets to Eureka Springs on sale
every day in the)year.
F. E. CLARK. D. P. A.
THE MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
^ THE FAVORITE ROUTE BETWEEN
KANSAS CITY AND ST. LOUIS
BIX TRAINS DAILY EACH DIRECTION.
Tim9 auti Service Unsurpassed—Observatiou Cafe Dining
Cars on the day traius.
Fiuest Pullman Palace Sleepiug Cars ou the night traius.
Ask your agent to route you via
THE MISSOURI PACIFIC
Kansas City and St. Louis
Kansas City and Omaha
Kansas City and Hot Springs, Ark.
Kansas City and The Southwest.
For further information writ# the undersigned
C. E. STYLES
A. O. P. A. Mo. Pas. Ry.
Kansas City, Mo
E. E. BLECKLEY
T. P. A. Mo. Pac. Rj
Take your chickeus aud eggs to
Get a White Spot in your face
for 5c at the Eli^e.
Goldeuade aud Silverado at the
W. 0. Flowers, of Elmer, was
trading in town Saturday.
Fresh bread, cakes and pies
avery day at City Bakery.
A. Y. Echols, ot Martha, was
in town On business Thursday.
W. H. Manship, of Olustee
was in town ou business Friday.
Chas. Messick, of Hobart, was
a guest at the Altus hotel Suu
Pat Corbett, of Oklahoma City
registered at the Altus hotel Sat-
Fresh bread delivered every
t evening to any part of the city
] City Bakery. tf
The Johnson Hardware aud
Implement Co. offers a six-foot
biuder for $100.
L. J. Brown, U. S. Commis
sioner at Olustee, was in the city
Thursday ou business.
J. A. Carter, a business man of
Muskogee, I. T., was a guest at
the Altus hotel Saturday.
Money to loan on farms at 9
per cent. See A. L. Schwendener
First National Bank Building.
Mr. aud Mrs. W. C. Hauey de
parted Sunday afternoon for a
mouth's visit with relative; in
James E. Kelly. U. S. Com-
missioner at Eldorado, spout sev
eral days in Altus last week
W. J. Talbott aud J. L. Elli-
son, two prominent business
men of Eldorado, speut Thurs-
day in the metropolis.
0. L. Gibbon, John Stewart
and Byron Scarborough, of Man
gum, were among the "rooters"
for the "Stars" Saturday.
Wahted.—A live young man
who can earn the 115.00 per
week I will pay him. Call ou
H. E. Wolfe, Orient Hotel
Miss Blanche Mitchell, of
Headrick, is visiting with the
family ot W. H. H. Maupiu.
She cam* over laat Saturday.
Roy Williams, aoeompanted by
his wife aud mother, cam* in
from Texas Monday morning
and will reside hare in the future
Get a paokage of Steffeu'i|
cream at the Elite.
Stop at the Trader's Wageuj
yard, rear of Miller Broe.
Money to loau ou farms at 0|
per ceut. See A. L. Schweudeuer, |
First National Bauk Building.
Burkett's oab and wagonette I
make every train. Will oall at
auy part of oity for parties. Ride
with the old reliable. tf.
V. E. Coukle is wearing a|
broad smile this week, the result!
of tho arrival ot a Hue eight|
pound boy in last Suuday moru-
Best accommodation at the I
Tradets' wagou yard. Good
beds, oook stove, chairs, etc.,
solid comfort for all. Rates|
0. B. Garrisou, of Ryan, I. T.,|
oaute iu Suuday afteruoon to I
look after his interests iu tho|
firm of Garrisou-Duulap-Walker|
Co. at this plaoe.
Lost.—A Hfteeu-jewel. twenty-
year Elgin gold wntch, man'sI
limiting case, ladies' picture iuI
rear. Fiuder will receive suitable|
reward by returuiug to Pros Trim-
Don't forget that McClay &j
Wood, the laud, loau and insur-
ance agents, loau money ou chat-|
tels. Every accommodation con-
sistent with safe business extend-
ed. See the|n wheu you waut tol
C. W. Gilliland, T. M. Robin-
sou aud A. P. Pierce drove dowul
\rom Mangum Mouday eveuing. j
Mr, Pierce took the train Mon-
day night for Quauah, while theI
others of the party remained iu I
Altus over night, returning to |
Mangum Tuesday afternoon.
flit Ofbf Brttf!
In fact, everything made in the kitchen is as
perfect as can be in every detail, if only
"LiaiR't ■I»T"-(MiaH«aT Patint)
"PR I DC OP AtTUI"-'HiSN P»TIST)
arc used. .Every sack guaranteed. Abso-
lutely pure soft wheat flours, superior to any
other on the market.
"QOLDCN GRAIN" "M»T •JANDABD"
are our best hard wheat brands. Calljor
them, and insist on having them.
LEGER MILL A ELEVATOR CO.
A. H. JACKNAN, Nsasgar
TO DELICATE WOMEN
It Makes Pale Cheeks Pink
It Is a pure, harmless, medicinal tonic, made fro™ u^^arh,'6
Ingredients, which relieve female pain and distress, such aj '
backache, bowel ache, dizziness, chills, scanty or profuse menstru
medicine for worm the only
medicine that Is certain to do you good. Try it.
Sold by every druggest In $ 1.00 bottles.
Willi US A LITTKB
freely and frankly, In strictest confid-
ence, telling us all your symptoms and
troubles. We win send free advice
(in plain sealed envelope), how to
cure them. Address: Ladles' Advisory
Dept., The Chattanooga Medicine Co.,
"YOU ARE FfWjlDS
of mine," writes Mrs. f. 1. Jones,-
Gallatin, Tenn.: ]
"For since taking Gflui I have
gained .?S lbs., and am ir letter health
than for the past 9 I tell my
husband that Cardui si worth Its
weight in gold to all sitff-aig ladies."
Epworth Leaguers to Denver.
Official announcement is made
by the State Chairman -of Trans-
portation that for the 7th Inter-
national Epworth League Con-
ference to be held at Denver,
July 5 to 9, the Fort Worth &
Deuver City Railway ("The Den-
ver Road") has been selected as
the "official route" from Terfos
and that iu sounection with that
line arrangements have been per-
fected for Special Service, leav-
ing Ft. Worth at 9:55 a. m. July
4, the schedule being such as to
put delegates and friends iu Den-
ver early the following afteruoon.
.In addition to the always up-
to-date regular servico available
via that route, which includes
Palace Sleepers and Cafe cars,
the special arrangements also"
provide for the operatiou of first
class Pullman Tourist sleepers,
through, iu which eutirely satis-
factory sleeping accomodations
will be available at but one-half
the usual expense. Iu other
words, upon a basis ot two per-
sons to a double berth, individual
expenses for through sleepiug car
accommodations ueed not exceed
$1.25 from Ft. Worth to Deuver.
As the passage rate will be but
one fare plus $2.00 for the round
trip, aud tickets will be good fur
stop-overs, also good for 60 days
for returu, and a& unusually low
rate side trips will be available
from Denver to the numerous ad-
jacent resorts nud points of at-
traction iu and along the mouu-
taius, it is anticipated that Texas
Leaguers will, as they undoubt-
edly should, be ou baud iu large
As a strong effort should. be
made toward securing the uext
Iuteruational Conference for
Texas, many pastors aud other
church workers will head delega-
tions from their respective
charges aud communities in the
interest of accomplishing the eud
referred to; hence it ia a foregoue
conclusiop that "Grand Old
Texas" will be strongly aftd en-
thusiastically represented and
that, among the mauy thousands
who will be present from every
eeeticn of the country, Texas aud
ita claims will be made manifest
and become justified through its
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^ "TH* OKMVCR."
It was a huge (ask, to under-
take the cure of such a bad case
of kiduey disease as that of C. F.
Collier, of Cherokee, la., but
Electric Bitters did it. He
writes:'"My kidueys were ^o
far goue, I could uot sit on a
chair without a cushion; aud
suffered from dreadful backache,
headache and depression. Iu
Electric Bitters, however, I found
a cure, and by them was restored
to perfect health. I recommend
this great tonic medicine to all
with weak kidueys, liver or stom-
ach. Guaranteed by Geo. D.
Pendleton, drrgfist, price fiOc.
A Pleasant Evening.
A party of Altue' youug folks!
gathered at the home of Mi»9 j
Johuuio McDauiel Mouday even-1
iug where Pauio, Flinch aud j
other games served to whils
away the eveniug. Alicious r*
freshm$uta cousistiug of punoh
hud cake were served, to which
all did full justice, with the ex-
cepts of Walter Hightower
and' Oliver Wood, who, being
baud boys are uot foud of cak-v
Those present were, Missesl
Fowler, Aycock, Miller, MoDau
iel, Sue aud Juliet Evans ani
Messrs. Morris, Wood, High
tower, Holt, Blautou, E. R. an
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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/m1/4/: accessed October 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.