The Altus Times. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 13, 1907 Page: 3 of 6
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Here are Just a Few of the
many Good Things to Eat
FOUND AT MY STORE.
" SNOWFLAKE FLOWER,
Absolutely pure soft Wheat.
The best for making Light
Fresh Vegetables and fruits
We receive them every day
by express, fresh from the
truck gardens, hot houses,
and orchards from Texas and
We handle a line which hasa
reputation for purity and ex-
cellence all over the West.
Prices are always right too.
. All varieties in stock at all times.
A 1 corn, a brand unexcelled any-
where. Heinz's Pickles and Pre-
serves—recognized as the Best.
We reipectfully solicit a portion of your trade, and promite you
prompt, efficient, courteus service. Plenty of people to wait on you or
answer your phone call.
C. F. BECKMAN,
East Side Sq.
\ NEW TAILOR SHOP!
MORGETT & FERGUSON Have opened a
New Tailoring Establishment on the North- j
west corner of square, and would be pleased 5
to do your work in this line. Cleaning, 2
Pressing and Repairing a Specialty. We $
are agents for W. D. Schmidt Tailoring £
House in Chicago, and can order you a fine J
suit at reasonable cost on short notice. £
Morgett & Ferguson, Props. J
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f by the square yards, not gallons. «
It is economy to use (B. P. S.) Best
Paint Sold on all buildings. For
Wm. Cameron & Co.
We are also headquarters for all kinds of Building£Material,
including Fire Brick and Clay, Posts, Etc.
south main street.
SHOULD BE ADOPTED
E are firm believers in the Constitution of the
new State, which should be adopted by an over-
whelming majority. So strong do we believe
it, in fact, that we have ordered a large number of copies
of the new document for our friends and customers, and
cordially invite you to call at our bank and get a copy.
Our Foundation is as Strong as the
Constitution of the New State
E were the first twnk to be established in the his-
toric county of Greer, now Jackson county, nnd
£$0 * we are proud of the record we have made. Our
motto is safety, courtesy and liberality, which means in-
creasing business, increasing strength, increasing ability
to serve our customers. We expect to make this the
wjV. Call and secure a copy of the constitution, read it Xtf
2J carefully, and then vote for its adoption and urge your |K|
^ fri<»nH<; tr» Hn likewise. And bring your banking
greatest bank in Southwest Oklahoma.
melius iu uu iiitcwidc. mm uniig yuui UdiiKiu^
3k business to QV
«l The First National Bank 15
J. A. Henry, President.
J. S Wood, C*sbit>r.
Subscribe for tbe TIMES.
A Handsome 42-pi«ce Dinner Set
Trade *25. Worth, undSTAKNS BROS. Will Uo That.
Call at our Store and see the beautiful Dinner Set, and
receive a coupon whi£h explains the plan. These sets are
hand painted, beautifully decorated, gold traaced, and us.
ually sold for $7.00. We give them away as an induce-
ment for trade.
STARNS BROS., Grocers.
J. Massie, Vernon, Tex.
A. L. Ingle, Altus, Okla.
Wholesale and Retail
We know your wants
and want your business
Fresh Green Groceries Every Day.
massie, ingle Grocery Co.
Next Door to Johnson's Hdw. Store. ALTUS, OKLA.
i of II!
I ESS than seven months
ago The Little Jewelry
Store on the south side
was not in existancc. In
this short time we have
built up an enviable bus-
iness. we have done it by
strict honesty with our
customers. We make
no extravagant claims.
There are a few more
Jewelry Store#. •• we are
not the only one. "
Many of them can treat
you as well as we do,
but some of them don't.
See us when you need any
repairing, we are experts
in that line.
Ht A Grand Fourth of July Celebration ! ^
TO BE HELD AT GATE'S GROVE 2 MILES
S EAST OF HEADRICK. The trains will stop at 8J
fg the grove for the accommodation of the people f»
of Altus, Snyder, Headrick and all points. Speak- fl-
ing, ball games, music by the Altus Military Band jg?
and other amusements will be indulged in.
Invocation, W. G. H. Crump.
Welcome address, Dr. R. E. Tollesoii. 11:00 o'clock.
Music by Altus Band.
Fourth of July Oration, J. E. Ernst. 1:30 p. m
United States Flag Drill.
Music b\ Chorus.
Speech, Rev. A. L."Leake, Subject: "The Motto of
theB. Y. P. U."
Music by the Baud.
Speech, Rev. J. L. James, Subject: "The motto of
the League." 3:30
Music by Chorus.
Match base ball game Altus vs Headrick. Manitou
plays the winning team. Big barbecue, merry-go-
round and a delightful time to all. Potato and sack
races, swings, plenty of water, shade, good fishing,
Band concert and Negro Minstrel at night.
Bring well-filled baskets and enjoy the day.
Death of Miss Ghappell*
Miss Henrietta Chappell, aged
2(5 years, died at the home of her
father, E. E. Chappell, iu the
northeast part of town Tuesday,
of congestion. She was sick only
a short time; iu fact, had assist-
ed in tho house work the day be-
fore, though complaining some-
what. She wa.° seized with a con-
vulsion Tuesday moruiog, and
died in a short time. The funer-
al services were held at Headrick
Weduesday morning, Rev. Wil-
liems officiating. Interment iu
John Wood Married.
Mr. John 6. Wood, of this city,
and Miss Willio Sumner, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chat-
tan Sumner, were united iu mar-
riage at the home of the bride in
Vernon, Texas, at 8:30 o'clock.
Weduesday night. Mrs. B. K.
Wood and sou Oliver and Robert
E. Dunlap left for Vernon Tues-
day to attend the nuptials.
Miss Goldiue Brown, of Olus-
tee, spent Tuesday with Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Corbiu
and little daughter have returned
from Kirksville, Mo.
A. W. Houushell is at his place
of business this week, looking
somewhat bleached out from a
siege of fever of several weeks.
ALL GOOD MEN.
If weak, • Tvorn-out,
nervous, cannot sleep;
liave indigestion, liead-
achc, neuralgia or peri-
odic pains, it-is bccause
your nerves are weak. It
is the lack of nerve force
tliat makes the stomach,
heart, lungs, etc., work
Dr. Miles' Nervine cures
the sick when it restores
nerve strength, and puts
the power behind the or-
gans to do their work.
"Almost thrro years I suffered from
nervousness, indigestion, and palpita-
tion 6f tho heart. I could not cat or
sleep with comfort, or walk or talk
without suffering. Altogether I was
In a bad condition. My doctor did not
s«cm to do m<> ;iny good. I had tried
so many remedies that I did not have
much hope of any of them doing me
any good. Dr. .Miles' Nervine whs
suggested hy a friend. I got relief
from tho first, and after a few days
I felt like n new person. It not only
relieved my heart Rnd nerves, hut
has invigorated mv whole nvstem. I
am very gr-.teful because since I have
stopped using It. I have had absolutely
no return of my old trouble."
MHS. HOWARD FORD,
co. Summit Ave., Worcester. Mass.
Or. Mile*' Nervine It (old by your
druggist, who will guarantee that tha
first bottle will benefit. If It fall*, ha
will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
Present Frisco Station Force the Best We
Have Had Since" the Road Was
Altus is extremely fortunate
just now in having the finest set
of fellows at the Frisco station
she has ever had since the road
was built through here. M. A.
Snyder, the station agent, is a
railroad mau from the crown of
his head to the sole of his foot,
aud a most accommodatiug,
agreeable gentleman into the bar-
gain. Since be came here he has
thoroughly overhauled and re-
vised the methods of doing busi-
ness, aud as a result the service,
which was heretofore mediocre, at
timesis uow as good as could
be desired by tho most energetic
kicker. We sincerely hope Suy-
der will stay where he is and not
be transferred. If he does, the
Frisco will retain tbe busiuess of
the people as well as their good
There have been a number of
changes 111 tbe working force at
the depot recently, whibh work
for the betterment of tbe smvice.
W. J. Russell, of Chickasha, has
relieved \V. H Seavers, who has
left the citv. A. C. Doan, bro
ther of Manager Doau of the oil
mill, has goue.to his claim in
Beaver county, and his place is
filled by J M. Gordon, of Tem-
ple. C. L Seidemau, an accom-1
modating voting man aud a valu-
able employe, has been promoted
from operator to th« cashier's
d^sk, sine* Powley vanished with
the contents of the cash drawer.
Alpha Steele U now a clerk at
Recital by Ella tterr Johnson.
Mrs. Ella Herr Johnson will
give a piauo recital at th^ M. E.
church Mouday night, June 24,
for the benefit, of tho Wmnans'
Home Mission Society. She will
be assisted by other local talent,
and the recital will be a treat to
music lovers. Your patronage is
If you want to buy or sell Al-
tus.town property, it will pay
you to talk the matter over with
H. B. Fox, who is located in the
Nix building 011 the north side of
the public square.
Arthur F. Loaki Admitted to tha Baptist
Ministry by tho Laying
Ou of Haudo
Arthur L. Loake wu« ordained
n liaptist minister Weduesday
uioming ut 11 o'clock iu au ID*
terustiiiK and impressive curerno*
uy at the Baptist church. After
music, Scripture reading by Kev.
Walker, aud prayer, thedeacout
nnd ministers of (he church re*
tired aud fornii'd a council to ex-
amine the candidate as to his
qualification:*. Tho appltcsut for
ordination was tlmu required to
ti II of Ins conversion, regenera-
tion, call to the ministry, pur-
poses for tho future, and be*
lief as to the fuudameutal doc-
trines of the Baptist faith, the
council asking the questions aud
ho answering. The examination
was thorough aud searching, and
the young man's answers most
satisfactory. He was ordained
by the laying ou of hands of all
the ordained ministers aud dea-
cons present, Iiev. J. L. Morgau
offering the ordination prayer.
Tho ministers who participated
iu the ceremony were J. L. Walk-
er, of Blair; J. L. Morgan, of
Hess: L. A. Blair, of Eldorado;
W. T. Humphreys, of Olustee,
II. C. Farmer,, of Mangum; the
latter delivering the ordination
sermon at 8 p. m.
Rev. Leake has for some time
been filling tho pulpit of the
Baptist church at Headrick,
which church united with the
Altus church in asking for hi*
ordination, having already called
him to their pastorate.
To Establish Ice Plant.
W. H. Potts, a young business
mau of Faola, Kas., has beeu iu
Altus the past week looking over
our city with reference to the
prospects for an ico platit. Mr.
Potts has had some correspond-
ence with the Chamber of Com-
merce, and being impressed with
the fact that wo had a good town,
came down to look the proposi-
tion over. His first impressions
are cofirmed, and his proposition
will be laid before the Chamber
of Commerce at its uext meeting,
probably the last of this week.
Mollie Bailey's Show.
Mollis Bailey, tbe great, orig-
inal aud only Mollie, aud the
show which is known from the
water front of the Lone Star
State to the north line of the
Texas Panhandle, i3 billed for
Altus for two performances on
Friday, Juue 14. Tho announce-
ment will be hailed with delight
by all tho small boys iu town,
for they all know Mollie aud her
show, which is one of the best
small shows iu the west. T'j
Home From Richmond.
L. T. Akin returned Sunday
from the Confederate Reunion at
Richmond, having had a delight-
ful trip. He says nothing wa§
too good for the old Coufeds in
the capitol city; that they were
wined and dined and housed with
the very best, and enjoyed every
minute of their stay. Sam Rob-
inson aud Capt. Taylor started to
return with him but. Robiuson
was taken sick ou the traiu aud
had to lay over till uext day.
The rest of the excursionists got
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WE SHIP ON APPROVAL without a cent deposit, Pay the Freight and
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$8.50 PUNCTURE-PROOF TIRES
- OUT THE AIR
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Result of IS years experience in tire
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Serious punctures, like intentional knife cuts, can
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Two Hundred Thousand pairs now in actual uso. Over
Seventy-five Thousand pairs sold last year.
Notice the thick robber ItwJ
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Shepard, Susie W. & Shepard, Horace W. The Altus Times. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 13, 1907, newspaper, June 13, 1907; Altus, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc405044/m1/3/: accessed November 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.