The Altus Times. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 4, 1907 Page: 2 of 5
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offers a few
for your con-
siderat1 0 n
with more to C.F.BECKMAN,Prop
This coffee is imported by J. A. MSgSPB
Holder & Co., ot Sun Francisco,
direct from the larfje plantations of
the Orient and is as fine a grade of Coffee as you will
find in market today. We mention especially the
This coffee is imported by J. A.
Folder & Co., of San Francisco, I
direct from the larfje plantations of
the Orient and is as fine a urade of Coffee as you will
find in market today. We mention especially the
amber, 25c. pioneer, 35c.
golden gate, 40c.
Teas, Spices and Extracts
We also handle a full line of
Folger's Teas, Spices and
Extracts, all of which are
guaranteed goods, and the
best of their class.
A full and
stock of high
ies at reason-
Snowflakc & Oasis Flour
The celebrated Colorado Flour, made
by C. F. Bell, Greely, Colo. Full
high patent, soft and hard wheat, a
Flour once used will make you happy
C. F. BECKMAN.
♦We Solicit Your Patronage.
NEW TAILOR SHOP!
MORGETT & FERGUSON Have opened a
New Tailoring Establishment on the North-
west corner of square, and would be pleased
to do your work in this line. Cleaning,
Pressing and Repairing a Specialty. We
are agents for W. D. Schmidt Tailoring
House in Chicago, and can order you a fine
suit at reasonable cost on short not*e«,
Morgett & Ferguson, Props. |
i by the square yards, not gallons. ♦
X , It is economy to use (B. P. S.) Best ♦
♦ DOV I OUr Paint Sold on all buildings. For X
sale by f
' " Wm. Cameron & Co. j
x We are also headquarters for all kinds of Building Material, 2
X including Fire Brick and Clay, Posts, Etc. ♦
♦ south main street. altus. okla. t
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.
w Our Foundation is as Strong as the
|| Constitution of the New State
E were the first bank to be established in the his-
toric county of Greer, now Jackson county, and
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
greatest bank in Southwest Oklahoma.
Call and secure a copy of the constitution, read it
carefully, and then vote for its adoption and urge your
friends to do likewise. And bring your banking
| Local Mention. 2
W. C. Hauey mudo u bnaineaa
trip to Lawton Saturday.
Fresh bread, eak»s uud plot
ovory day at Oily Bakery, tf.
If you want a Hue spring suit,
aee Frank Light, tho tailor.
Shipping tugs, uny aixo, in auy
quantity, at the Timoa office.
Oliver typewriter ribbon#,
guaranteed, ut tho Timet olhco.
Misa Hurper LeMaater wa* tho
giH'»t of Clint toe friends Friday.
Joe c51ur»-«, of tjiiHiiah, wan in
town tin* latter part of Inst week.
II. K, Dunlap wan iu Lawtou
on busiii'M Thursday "f last
C. B. McHugh, u leading
banker of Frederick, was iu town
Misa Annie Morris returned
Sunday from R visit to friend#
Will Peace, tho harbor, has the
thanks of tho Times for a dona-
tion on subscription.
Scholarship in Hill's business
college fur sale. Call at the
Times for particulars,
Mrs. Curtis Traweek will re-
turn this week froin a visit to
friends at Clarendon, Texas.
G. W. Turner, a leading farmer
living east of town, was among
the spectators First Monday.
$85,000 of 8% money to loan
on farms. Phone W. H. Dickey,
Mangum, Oklft.. to come to see
For Sale.—One good milk ccw
about one half Jersey. Apply to
J. C. Cowart,, at Cram's barber
W. R. Downey returned Satur-
day from Bartlesville, where be
has been ou business for the past
M. E. Rogers left Monday af-
ternoou for Lawtou, where he
has secured a position iu
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Jeffrey re-
turned the latter part of last
week from a brief visit to friends
Miss Lillie Grace, of Beau-
mont, Texas, is visiting her
brother, Ras Grace, ou North
Frank Siugletary and family
have returned from a visit to
relatives and friends in Roger
Burkett'b cab and wagonette
make every train. Will call at
auy part of oity for parties. Ride
with the old reliable tf.
Frank Light, the tailor, can
sell you a fine, tailor made suit
cheaper than the catalogue
houses. He is a home man, and
deserves your support.
THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL
MAKES A SPLENDID OFFER
TO BOYS FOR SECURING
NEW SUBSCRIBERS FOR THE
To auy boy ascuriug ten now
aubacribor# for The Weekly
Jourual at 2oc per y*ar oacb,
thus making a totul of $2.60,
uud send to til together with
name* and addresses, we will
send to hia addreas, free of
charge, oxpress prepaid, either
a MITT, GLOVE, MASK or
BALL, ull of which aro a very
high class grade of gooda. Or
if yoa desire to securo two of
thoae articlea, aecure twwnty
new subscribers, and ao ou.
Seud for aample copiea for
cauvaasing, and when you seud
list and remittance do uot fail
to givo your nearest express of-
Sedti mouey by poatoffice
money order or draft, and ad-
dress the Kausas City Journal.
Kausas City, Mo
This offer expires Aug. J, '07
j Business College
! Has tho best equipment, the best tcacher»» j
"and the best courses of any school In the
State. Each teacher a specialist. Pen*
manship teacher teaches nothing kbut pen-
manship; Commercial teacher nothing but
bookkeeping and other commercial studies;
Shorthand teacher nothing but shorthand
«1 The First National Bank ll
jjSj J, A. Hk.nrv, President. J. S ffnou, Cathier. ^
Subscribe for the TIMES.
On the South Side of Sq.
THE GREAT BIG
(| YOU CAN'T MISS
THE PLACE WHERE
THE BEST WATCH
CLOCK and JEWEL-
RY REPAIRING IS
DONE. THIS WE
GUARANTEE TO DO,
TO DO THE BEST
WORK POSSIBLE AT
THE LOWEST POS-
C. T. Watkins, of Quanah, ad.
vertiiing manager for Perkins
Bros., was looking after business
interests here Friday.
Mrs. A. A. Lloyd, of Vernon,
who has been the guest of her
daughter, Mrs. Nathan Bowers,
returned home Saturday.
Curtis J. Holt left this week
for Farmersville, Texas, where
he will spend about two weeks
visiting relatives and friends,
Mr. aud Mrs. T. M. Gafford,
who have been visiting friends iu
Crowell, Texas, the past two
weeks, returned home Sunday.
Mrs. Walter E. Rush, who has
a shoe! been visiting home folks at Chil
dress, Texas, and Topeka Kas.,
returned home Sunday evening.
L. J. Maesie, of Vernou, Texas,
was looking after bis interests
with tho Massie-Iugje Qrocer Co.
here the latter part of last week.
Chas. Mabry, who has beeu
with Mollie llailey's show for
several weeks, passed through
town Friday on his way to Man-
The best bred people like the
best bread, and the best bread is
made from Golden Grain, manu-
factured by the Leger Mill, op-
erated by home people.
W. R. Yost & Co. haudle in-
surance, loans and uotary work.
For good companies and prompt
reliable work, call ou them. Of-
fice north of McClay & Shaw.
The next time you need flour
ask for Goldeu Grain, our hard j
wheat flour, best "for light bread
You will not get what you want;
in this world, if you do not ask.
C. C. Hightower, A. C. Fagiu,
Claude Miller, A. S. J. Shaw aud
others who attended the Demo-
cratic congressional couventiou
at Hobart, returned home last
<1 We have the best PENMAN
in the State of Oklahoma, if
not in the Southwest.
q SEND FOR FREE SAMPLE
OF HIS WRITING.
§ Thorough mail course given
in Bookkeeping, Shorthand
and Penmanship. Send for
samples of work. Prices
q Send us the names of young people
thinking of going to a Business School
and we will send you one-half dozen
cards with any name written on same.
SPECIAL RATES QIVEN NOW,
WRITE TO-DAY-TH IS MEANS YOU
HILL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE,
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.
16 1-2, 18 1-2 West Main St.
FARE PAID TO THE SCHOOL
Dave VanMatre, foreman of
the Eldorado Courier, came up
from Eldorado Suuday on the
plug to spend a few days with
his brothers, Ed aud Will.
The Altus Transfer Bua makes
regular trips from towu to depot
meets all trains, calls for pass-
engers at residences, etc. Prompt
careful, reliable. Call up phone
128. Lee Hemphill, prop, tf
For legal blanks of all kinds,
iu the forms used under the terri-
torial laws, call at the Times of-
fice. We have everything iu the
form of a legal blank yon may
need in ordinary business trans-
The Times has a schola^
Hill's business college for
greatly reduced rates fo
Call and see ns ahoqt it.
J. T. Ross returned
from Washington, D. C.,|
be has beeu consulting wi
eut attsrneys with roferen
patent ou his gravity mot
left things in good shap
will begin at once on a i
D. L. Elms returned 1|
from New Mexico, where ]
been for several raont
looking around and visit
tives. Mr. Elms saya
tho couutry all right,
not equal to Jackson coon
Rev. A. N. Averyt, Rev. J. W.
Kizziar and Mrs. Horace W.
Sbepard went to Hollis last week
to attend the i)ieetH>g of the Dis-j
triot Conference of the M. Jj). j
One reaaou why you abonld not
heaitate to use flour made by the
Leger Mill Company is because
we guarautee every sack, aud you
will ahout its praises after ouce
you use it.
Judge Q. A. Brown, of Man-
gum, waa greeting o)d friends
here last week. Judge Browu is
is the uominee for district judge
ou the Democratic ticket in little 1
Dr. aud Mra. J. E. Fowler re-
turned Friday from New York,
vhere Dr. Fowler baa beeu taking
a special course of lecture# in di-
seaaes of the eye, ear, uoae aud'
throat. Dr. Fowler aar« that
all of them greatly eujofwi their
I stay »u th« metropolis.
Homesteaders, Prove Up Not
All entrymeu living in the country surroundingAl|j
and within 15 or 20 miles of the town, who desire to pro
up on their homesteads and receive a patent thereto befi
the advent of statehood, should
Lose No Time in Making Applicatk
The officials of the U. S. Land Office at Lawton ha
taken up the work of setting dates for final proof again, I
all those who have had their applications in for seyM
months or more may now rest assured that their turn
cope rigjit speedily, pthers who desire to prove up,-
have held otf because of tpe rgcept orders of the Pfesj
(whfch have now been recinded) can now makeapplicati
with perfect freedom, with a certainty of having their dad
set within a reasonable time. So, make your applicati
before the U. S. Commissioner now!
Statehood is now almost absolutely certain. M<|
of the farmers living in the vicinity of Altus would be
to have a deed to their land when that time arrives.
only way you can get it is to make application for
proof at once, for the sooper your case is reached the s
er you will obtain title to your homestead-
All application papers are made out by the U.
Commissioner absolutely free of charge. If you hav
the money to pay the publication tee, I'll trust you till
prove up. Can you ask more than that? Now, co
along and make application before its too late.
HORACE W. SHEPARD.
Oflice jn the Times BIJc. , U. S. Comm. 2nd. Jiid. I
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Shepard, Susie W. & Shepard, Horace W. The Altus Times. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 4, 1907, newspaper, July 4, 1907; Altus, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc405083/m1/2/: accessed November 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.