The Altus Times. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 4, 1907 Page: 3 of 5
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roing' to Build?
k^i Wa«/ aH °PPort"n'ty to figure on your
h? ,h« i e been rt,ctflv'ng lumber by
tin carload all summer, and our yards are now
f.Jito?v«ib»t»g wHhtiw t,C!, e,.i or LZ
and building material money can buy, mostly from
our mills In Louisiana and Texas.
I e Handle Coal, Too
You must hum fuel, and it pays to get the best.
We are handling the best coal to be procured from
the mines of Indian Territory and Colorado, and we
want your orders, whether for one dollar's worth or
a carload. Remember we carry everything in mill
work, sash, doors, lime, cement, and make a
specialty of Mound City Paint—the best. Let us
figure with you.
Ilong-bell lumber CO.
New State Beer
A cloan, pure, wholesome and invigorat-
ing fowl product of lilgh nutritive qualities
and au aid to digestion.
Physicians and chemical analysis of tlie
highest attainments all unite In declaring
that NEW STATE 11KEB Is not alone a
refreshing, wholesome ann invigorating
drink, but that It is a pure food product,
enriching the blood and wonderfully pro-
Dr. II, XV. Wiley, chief of tho bureau of
chemistry of the United States, department
of agriculture, has declared that beer Is a
vegetable food product and should not be
classed along with; intoxicating beverages.
NEW STATE BEER Is brewed to satisfy
those who desire to have the best. On sale
at all cafes, saloons, hotels and buffets.
Pabst realized that it
takes eight full days of malt-
ing to get all of the food-
values out of barley-grain.
Then Pabst perfected an
Eight-Day Malting Process
that follows Nature and pro-
duces the perfect malt that
Tfc« Bmt of CM,*
rich in nutriment; wholesome, strength-
giving food, that helps the stomach to
digest and assimilate other foods.
When you drink a glass of Pabst
Blue Ribbon Beer, you take actual
nourishment-the kind of nourishment
that gives you health.
When ordering beer, ask
for Pabst Blue Ribbon.
Made by Pabst, at Milwaukee
And bottled only at the Brewery.
4 uijio 'snj[v
'SUPIPV O f
Arouud town you doubtless have
run across an occasional niau who
has succeeded by old-fashioned
methods. He keeps his money in
au old wallet and his clothing is
generally—well, not up to date.
But most of the men you respect
and would like to equal keep their
ALTUS NATIONAL BANK.!
You, of course, have the right to ♦
be old-fashioned in JJyour mouey t
matters. But have you cou- ♦
sidered the risk. %
to California and the
Very Low Fares for the Round Trip.
I Liberal Stopover Privileges.
Long Limit-Variable Route.
The Old Missions, the Ocean Beaches.
The Oranfe Groves, the Resort Hotels.
Some of the Attractions—Awaiting You.
Th« RlSht Tim* to Co-thc Only Way to Co.
• me for Mrtlculw* and literature.
J- Kennedy. Passenger Agent.
A Splendid Opportunity.
Hill's Busiuess College, one of
the best institutions of its kind
in the entire West, has been do-
lug a large amount of advertis-
ing recently, and by reason of
this the Times has come into
possession of one of its unlimited
life scholarships. This means
that you can attend the school
until you become perfect in the
brauches you have selected, uo
matter how long it should re-
quire. This scholarship is for
sale, and we would like to dispose
of it to some bright youug man
or woman in Jackson county,
who is anxious to secure a good
business education and * has not
the means to take a regular uni-
versity course. The price of the
scholarship is not so much a con-
sideration as is the placing of
some worthy youug person iu this
splendid business institution. If
you have thought of goiug to
busiuess college, come maud talk
to us about this scholarship.
How to Hake Your Trees Grow.
Have them plowed, or the
grouud spaded up at least once
every two months; keep the weeds
down; the looser you keep the
ground the better your trees will
do. I waut them to live for you,
I want to see more pretty yards
and trees iu Altus tbau anywhere
else, aud if you will take care of
your trees 1 will replace every
tree or flower that dies the first!
year free; so remember if you|
bought trees of me last spung I i
will replace ail that die if youj
will come down to the uureery af-i
| ter them. Don't let someone else|
I talk you iuto buying of tbemj
[wheu I have worlds of. pretty j
trees here for you. Thanking I
you for past favors, aud trusting
if you Jive iu or near Altus you
will come and see me when you
want trees of auy kind, I am
Hews Motes and Items of lots rest Per-
taining to This Great School tad
Feuton Moore has acceptod a
position with a largo contracting
firm iu Oklahoma City.
Ueorg») Kissman accepted a po-
sition as stouographer with the
Alexander Drug Co. of Oklahoma
Louis Chrysler was doing sten-
ographic work for the distriot
Passenger Agent of the M. K. &
T. K. It. last week.
Miss Maronoy aud Miss Demur
est, youug ladies who attended
tho college at Stillwater and af-
terward graduated from the Gem
City College in Illinois, came to
Oklahoma City aud through our
iuflueuce were placid in positious
here. They found that without
our recommoudations they could
not get a positiou. This shows
it will pay you to attend our
school for our reputation is such
that busiuess men have cjufi-
deuce in us, and will accept
youug people upon our recom-
A few duys ago we heard a
prominent business mau iu this
city say that the youug people
who came from busiuess colleges
did not know a thing about office
work aud were not capable of fill-
ing a position, and for that rea-
sou he had no use for them. Now
we train our students so that they
are able to go direct from school
iuto positions calling for exper-
ieuced Lelp. aud they hold their
positions. We have a model of-
fice in our school, separate and
distinct from our short band
course, where we traiu their stu-
dents in carbou work, mimeo-
graphing, letter filing, letterpress
copying, aud card ludexiug. This
ofhoe is uuder the personal super-
vision of Mr. Hill, who has had
fifteeu years' actual experieuce iu
some of the most difficult posi-
tions. He does uot allow'n stu-
dent to leave the school until he
is thoroughly qualified to hold a
position, consequently busiuess
meu know that pupils from Hill's
Business College are able to hold
positious. Wheu a student grad-
uates from our college aud is uot
able to hold a positiou his mouey
Last Juue was tho best month
we ever had, although we have
been in the busiuess a great many
years. We enrolled nearly fifty
students iu that mouth, which is
a remarkable record for this time
of year, wheu schools usually
ruu down instead of buildiug up.
We are making a special rate
for July aud if you are interested
in this matter write us for a cat-
alogue and this special rate.
Read The Times.
We lead the procession when
it comes to giving a customer
value for every dollar spent in
LUMBER. SASH, DOORS,
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER
LATH and PORTLAND CEMENT.
ROUNDS <a PORTER LB'R. CO
w. O. HILL, Mmmmgmr.
R. B. Perkins.
The Altus Planing Mill Co.
Perkins A Chisum, Props.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
Wo have established In Altus n Srst class, well o.iuli.w><l ulanluir mill and are
Essrsr u rk t, o,,t ,in°pron,,,,,y
fancy wSST W°rk' "UC" " °mC° ,ta'rW**il C0UDh!"-
tracL* W«Umnn|lllannlng.t,0 W° Want "" "Pt'O'tunlty to liKurc on jour con-
ete 1? .a TaC. drau*hU®»B- »"» will prepare plans, opacifications,
latc.t patterns'. ,nl" e'iul,,mcnt lBcll»dc« "><>.lcrn machinery of tl.o
Altus Planing Mill Company.
Mill on Walnut, between Main and Hudson Streets.
| Oliphint Nix & Co. |
§ The Leading Clothiers I
§ ALIUS OKLA. St
A Handsome 42-piece Dinner Set
Trade $25. Worth, and STARNS BROS. Will Do That.
at °Ur St°ue and see lhe beautiful Dinner Set, and
receive a coupon which explains the plan. These sets are
hand painted, beautifully decorated, gold traaced and us-
merit for traded'00 We «ive ,hem ""X »» «• !»*•«>
STARNS BROS.. Grocers.
L. J. Massie, Vernon, Tex.
Arthur L. Ingle, Altus, Okla.
Times Wants Your Printing!
Smile that Won't Gome Off.
The smile that won't come off;
appears on baby's face after one'
bottle of White's Cream Vermi-
fuge, the great worm mediciue.
Why uot keep that smile on ba-
by's face? If you keep this med-
iciue on hand, yon will never see
sny thing else but smiles on baby's
face. Mrs. S., Blackwell, Okla.,
writes: "My baby was peevish
aud fretful. Would uot eat and
I feared he would die. I used a
bottle of White s Cream Vermi-
fuge and has uot bad a sick day
•iuce." At Georgo D. Penrile-
So many ailments are
purely nervous affections,
that you can hardly miss
it if you try Dr. Miles'
Nervine. It restores nerv-
ous energy—and through
its invigorating influence
upon the nervous system,
the organs are strengthen-
ed. file heart action is
better; digestion improv-
ed, the sluggish condition
overcome, and healthy ac-
!?&. ,MIIe"' Nervliu la worth lta
*fls.ht1S1«old t?Jn5- I did not know
what ailed mo. I had a food physician
but got no relief. I could not eat
sleep, work, alt or Htand. I waa nearly
crazy. One day I picked up a paper and
the first thing that met my eyes was
■n advertisement of Dr. Miles' Nerv-
ine. I concluded to try it and let th«
doctor go. and I did so. After taking
two bottles I could dre»w myself. Then
taking Dr. HUes' Heart Cure
and now I can work and go out. and
J°ld the benefit I have re-
2'lyei.f[?,n th,w* remedies and ftv-
eral of them have been cured by it
pretty M M4
anna R. PALMER. Lewiatown. Pa.
Miles Medical Co, Elkhart, Ind
We are exclusive agents for
Blankes' Coffee in Pails and Packages
We also Handle
Schottens' in 2 1-2 and 5 pound bags
This coffee has 110 equal. A trial package
or pail will convince you.
OUR GOODS ARE NEW AND UP-TO-DATE
We ask a portion of your business, if
we don't treat you right, tell us, if we
do. tell others.
Ingle Grocery Co.
Davis & Hendricks,
City Barber Shop
Are Authorized Agents for the
French's Unique Dry Cleaning & Dye
Works, of Oklahoma City.
Who are reliable aud expert Cleauers, Dyers, aud Hatters.
Everything iu Ladies' aud Gents' Weariug apparel.
Hats Cleaned, Retrimmed, and Blocked.
for farther information see
DAVIS & HENDRICKS,
CITY BARBER SHOP
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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/m1/3/: accessed December 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.