The Altus Weekly News (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 23, 1918 Page: 4 of 8
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That enters into our prac-
tice of optics ii a powerful
factor to our success.
We give each patient our
and take an intense inter-
est in every esse.
Optics is o u r constsnt
study; the relieving of
some unusual eye defect
our great pleasure.
E. E. RUSSELL
, Rev. H. H. Burton, Dr. Mary
E. Pox and others have returned
from Hot Springs, whew they
attended the Southern Baptist
' John Fields of the Sentinel
Leader and N. Taylor a merchant
at that place were delegates to
the Orient meeting here last Sat-
Mrs. Mary E. Dale and daugh-
ter, Miaa Bernice have returned
from Okmulgee, where they V s-
ited their son snd brother Leslie
Dsle. and family. Leslie accom-
panied them home and visited
them and other relatives here
for a few days.
You only netd Sanol Ec«*uinto gf
rid of tlioac Black Hetdi, tough bumpy
•kin. Lvnvra akin amooth. Cure* any
cnae <•( Ecaeuia. It i* pleaaant t<> u*e.
A tiial will convince you
P. P. Parker, —
nt of Kiowa county
IK ALTUS WEEKLY NEWS
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Primry August 6,1918
J. B. A. ROBERTSON %
For Congress, 7th District;
k CLAUDE MILLER,
For District Judge, 2oth District
E. E. GORE, Altus.
FRANK MATHEWS, Altus
For 8tate Senator, 5th District.
HARRY B. CORDELL, Manitou.
A. S. J. SHAW
For County Judge:
J. L. (LEE) ENGLISH.
J. C. FORD.
JOHN D. BAILEY.
For Tax Assessor:
T. 8. CHRISTIAN
For County Clerk:
JNO. R. DANIEL
For County Superintendent of Schools:
C. F. LEE.
H. H, PORTER.
For Public Weigher:
J. M. DARBY.
35c at the
J. S. Wood, president of the
City National Bank has returned
from Shawnee, where he was
called on account of the illness
of his father, Dr. B. K. Wood,
who was stricken with paralysis.
The doctor was much improved,
when J. S. left for home, and
will soon be able to come home.
If you want your blacksmith-
ing and wood work done right,
take it to Wade Mixon on South
R. L. Brewer, formerly book-
keeked for Bonebrake?Hightower
Co., but for some years cashier
of the First State Bank at
Brante, Texas, was a delegate to
the meeting here Saturday night
to devise ways and means to
have the government operate
the Orient railway, His many
old-time friends here were pleas-
ed to meet him again.
Do vou get up at night? SANOL is
surelv the best for all kidney or bladder
troubles. SANOL gives relief in 24
hours from all backache and bladder
troubles. SANOL-is a guaranteed rem-
edy. 35c and $1.00 a bottle at the drug
Do you want to sell or trade
your place? Would you be in-
terested in getting moie money
for it than you are asking. We
have the plan, see usoboutit,
it works find with other folks
and we are sure it will with you.
Ask Cameron's Lumber Store
about it; call for Wright, he will
Always in the market for all
kinds of hoj?s. Before selling
do not fail to see A. M. Jackman
at the Leger Mill.
Large trial bottle of SANOL for 35c
SANOL is a famtly remedy. SANAL is
sold on an absolute guarantee. Remem-
ber ff it says SANOL it is alright. 35
and $1.00 at the drug store. 2tf
L. M. Bowman returned, from
a visit with his mother in Texas,
last week. His aged mother is
Wesley Cox. who has been
sick at his home three miles
north of the city, was taken to
his daughter's home at Fort
Worth, Texas, where he wiil be
treated. Mrs. Cox accompanied
him. His many friends hope
for his speedy recovery.
A man in Iowa was soundly
thrashed by his wife last week
for not paying his newspaper
subscriptien after she had given
him the cash to do it. May her
crown be trimmed to order and
her harp have an extr string. -
The wives of some of our sub-
scribers would do well to exem-
plyfy that Iowa woman's act.
Bonebrake.Highto wer Co.
make a specialty of chinaware.
agent of Kiowa county, living at
Hobart now, was in the city on
business Monday. The short*
sighted commissioners court of
that county are talking of dis-
continuing the office of farm
4 'Children Waal Geed Bread"
Golden Grain Flour makes
good Bread. It has elements in
ilr making that stands for su-
perie-. The kind of flour you
shouJ use. Will You Try a
Wanted-Two or three two
or three room houses.-C. W.
A TEXAS WONDER
The Texas Wonder cures kidney and
bladder troubles, dissolve! gravel, cures
diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheu-
matism, and all irregularities of the
kidneys and bladder in both men and
women. Hegulates bladder troubles in
children. If not sold by your druggist
will be sent by mail <jn receipt of $1.
One small bottle is two months treat-
ment and seldom fails to perfect a cure.
Seud for testimonials from this and
other states. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2U26
Olive street, St. Louis, Mo, 8old by
druggist. Send tor sworn testimonials.
IH tf adv
First Published in the Altus Weekly
News. May l«th 1918.
Notice By Publicities
STATE OF OKLAHOMA f
County of Jackson \
Bertha Scoggins, Plaintiff, )
Richard Scoggins, Defendant J
Case No. 1888
Said defendant will take notice that
he has been sued in the above named
court by Bertha Scoggins for divorce
un the ground of desertion,and custody
and care of minor children, Lois and
George Scoggins and must answer the
~ tition filed herein by plaintiff on or
iforc the 27th day of June, 1918, or
said petitition will be taken aa true and
judgment for plaintiff for divorce and
for care and custody of Lois and
George Scoggins will he rendered ac-
Fred Zimmerman, Court Clerk
iy Bessie Abernathy, Deputy.
G. E. Thorpe, Att'y for Plft.
First published in Altus Weekly News
May 16th, 1918
Notice By PiMicatioe
In The District Court of Jackson Coun-
Tiinmie Nelson, Plaintiff 1
The School that
Does the Work
A Sure Position for Every
City Nat 7 Bank Bldg. Altus, Okla.
T. M. Robinson Btan*l Whitrsldo
ROBINSON I WHITESIDE
Office In Elks Building
JNO. D. ROGERS
oacr Soma • 0 WW. Nattoaal Baa* Btdf
R. \A7. Abbott
GENERAL CONTRACTOR PHONE 367
Contractor for all classes of buildings.
We specialize in attractive home build-
ings. Let us equip your doors and win-
dows with Monarch Metal Weather Strips.
Office with Wm. Cameron Co. ' Phone 49
* 218-219 Republic Building, 10th and Walnut 8ts*
Wawff City, Mo.
ESTABLISHED 1870-38 YSAES IK KAlTgiS CITY.
Spoioliot ia Ckroaie, Nemos ari Print# Kooatos
Consultation free and confidential. No detention from Business. Ea-
tients at a distance successfully treated. Charges low.
Slriefin llJ fillet Successfully treated without operation—
iulvlllv WWI no instruments—ho pain—no danger.
Bflfltf —Describing above diseases—free at office or sent sealed
BVVH in piain wrapper. # Latest Treatment for Blood Poison.
Hours: 9 A. M. to 8 P. M.J Sundays and Holidays 10 to 12 only.
S. B. GARRETT
Olllce over Baker-Hanna Bros.
DR. W. H. BELL,
Office in Hightower Building.
All Work Guaranteed
Edw. A. Abernethy, M. D.
Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat
Phone No. 175, Hospital Bldg.
Mrs, Maude L. Kimbell
Loans and Rrntals
Phone 41. : S. Side Square
Robert Nelson, Defendant, "i
Case No. 1889
Defendant will take notice that he
has been sued by plaintfff, Tiinmie
Nelson in said court on the 14th of
May, 1918, for divorce and custody of
the'children, Clyde Nelson and Hazel v, ; . M;ii_
Nelson, on the ground of gross neglect i' ® tHJ _?
of duty and extreme cruelty, and that Mills, SllOS, Sil(J Fillers, Wood
he must answer plaintiff's petition on j SaWS, Shingle Mills, Saw Mills,
n, .Wnrp thp ->7th of j„n« i Shellers< Corn ' Huskers.
Farmers do not wait uhtil the
last moment to place your orders
for farm machinery, for then it
may bi too late. You should
place your orders early for Hay
Presses, Cane Mills, Peanut Dig-
gers, Threshers, Farm Engines
J. A. Thomasson of Elmer was
an appreciated caller at this of-
BEST FARM LOANS
Get the best money and lowest
interest on Texas or Oklahoma
farms. Draw my own papers,
examine the land and pay out
the money myself. No red tape.
W. H. DICKEY,
47-tf Mangum, Okla.
You can start a War Savings
Society anywhere. Simply get
together. Ask ten of your friends
to help y
H. K. McGIHTY
109 N. Maim. Altus. Okla
Kheaantsc Poiss Relieve*
•'I have used Chamberlain's Lini-
ment for pains in the chest and lame-
ness of the shoulders due to rheumatism,
and ain pleaaed to say that it has
never failed to give me prompt relief,"
writes Mrs. S. N. Finch, Batavia, N.Y.
Farso to Trade
160 acres of good land in North
Arkansas to trade for Jackson
county farm —Jackson County
'Trading Co.. Altus, Okla.
before the 27th day of June
1918, or said peiition will be taken as
true and judgment will be rendered ac-
cordingly for plaintfff for Sivorce and
for care and custody of said children,
[seal] Fred Zimmerman, Court Clerk
Bv Besssie Abernathv, Deputy.
G. E. Thorp, Att'y for Plft. 12t3
ES, our pure food bread has
■ a worthy purpose. It brings
health and strength and a meal-
time satisfaction to the folks who
partake of it regularly. One
slice cajls for a loaf, one loaf
forms the habit.
Altus Steam Bakery
E. B. Enderlein, Prop<
Peanut Planters, etc. Williams
Mill Mfg. Co., Texarkana, Ar-
Get lit «f Tsar Ihesmtisa
Now is the time to get rid of vsur
rheumatism. You wili find Chamber-
lain's Liniment a great help, The re-
lief which it affords ia alone worth
many times its cost.
Be amiable, cheerful and good nat-
ared and you are much more likely to
be happy. You will find Uua difficult,
if not impossible, however, when you
ate constantly troubled with constipa-
tion. Take Chamberlain'* Tablets and
get rid of that and it will be euay.
These Ubieta not inly move Ibe bowels,
the appetite aad
Glad To Have You
Ask Us to Play
New Diamond Disc Phono*
graph, and on our terms its
eaay to own one of your own
Are your kidneys giving out?
Back feels lame and achy? Suf-
fer kidney irregularities? Pas-
sages painful or too frequent?
Hard water is hard on the kid-
neys. Alkaline water is espec-
ially bad. Give the kidneys help.
Help to overcome the effects of
bad water. Use Doan'a Kidney
Pills. You can depend on Doan's.
Altus people recommend them.
Read this Altus woman's expe-
Mrs. C. G. Hall, 400 N. Lee
St.| Altus, says: "I was troubled
very much by spells of nervous-
ness, headaches and languidness.
In fact, I was all run down. I
believe the gypsum and alkali
which the well water contains
was the real cause of my trouble.
A dull heavy ache settled icross
my kidneys and when I attempt-
ed to stoop over, sharp twinges
of pain shot through me. I learn-
ed of Doan'a Kidney Pills and
tried them. After a few days,
they gave me wonderful relief
and one box brought me back to
a normal condition. Since then
Doan'p have never failed to re-
lieve me when I have had any
attacks of kidney trouble."
60c. at all dealers. Foster-
Milburn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo,NY
I have 15 ^Registered young
Duroc sows, bred, and 2 Duroc
boars for sale. Register papers
go with the animal. They are
immune from cholera, having
been thoroughly treated. They
weigh from 200 to 225 pounds.
J. E. CRAIG,
of property In Altus for
safe or trade listed with
see Bonebrake-Hightower Co.
G. E. Thorpe
Practice in all courts.
Farm or City-Private Money
Office over Baker-Hanna Store
Dr. J. B. Hix
Physician end Sarfeon
Office Hightower Bldg.
C HI CO
Cotton Seed Meal
and Hulls mixed
is the best and
cheapest feed for
your cow or horse
Is 100 lb Sacks
For Sale By
All FEED DEALERS
ALTUS COTTON OIL ML
Long Practical experience
andi knowledge of land,
coupled with fair dealing ia
M. L. COWAN
sells more than half the land
sold in Jackson County. For
special bargains in 80-acre
tracts, owned by non-resi-
dents, sold on small pay-
ments, see Mr- Cowan, with
The SOUTHWEST LAND AND
123 South Main Street
600DMAN - STARKEY -6ATES
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS
F. B. riMS
Funeral Director and
Office Pfcsas 129 Night P. 102-530
Nsrth Mala Street Altai, Okla.
MONEY—Do you want
a loan on your farm or
city property? If so, write
me. Will McDaniel, Alj
tus, Okla. 45-4t
3 Sake Pressed, J
All dab salts must be in
not later than Thursday
$U$ e Month,
S. L HICKMAN
orer Altus State Bask
is aaklal leaas an feed srixed
8 Per Ceit kterest
Seekia if yea seed a Ian;
aba fee aad tarsaie iasarasce
Dr. W. H. Rutland
Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat
Eight Yesra Experience in
Office Hightower Bldg. Phone 32
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Orr, J. P. The Altus Weekly News (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 23, 1918, newspaper, May 23, 1918; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc276719/m1/4/: accessed October 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.