The Altus Weekly News (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 23, 1918 Page: 5 of 8
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Registered Shorthorn Sale
At Clinton, Oklahoma
Tuesday, Ma/ 28,
At I O'clock—One Block East of Grace Hotel
55 Desirable Shorthorns 55
_ the useful kind of cattle. Good
and three year old heifers that are
In this offering of Shorthorns, you have an opportunity of securing
big cows that are a credit to the breed. Cows with calves at foot, two ai
bred. Some are heavy springers.
5 Good Young Bulls
Come and see these cattle. You will like them. Shorthorns for beef, butter and milk.
Terms:—CASH. Parties wishing credit should see their home banker or arrange with the clerk be-
fore the sale. For Catalogues write
J. A. PORTWOOD, Lonewolf, Okla.
CHAS. D. GAMPBELL, Apache, Okla.
L. E. COLEMAN, Clerk. Owners
Auctioneers:—Herrlff, Roush, O'Donnell, Allen, Smithhisler.
Attention is called to the Shorthorn sale of A. 3. Campbell at Geary, Okla.t May May 29th. Write for Catalogue.
When in need of a buggy see
Bonebrake- Hightower Co.
J. T. Eaves of Route 4 is in
le city cleaning out cisterns.
, stationery, at Geo. D. Pendle-
ton's drug store.
G. A. Moudy, who was sick
last week, has recovered and is
able to be at his tinshop.
Bonebrake-Hightower Co., have
a fine line of water coolers.
Mrs. J, D. Burnett of the Pan-
handle of Texas is visiting her
daughter. Mrs. John A. McCord
and family at 420 E. Cypress.
Just received, a nice assort-
ment of the very latest station-
ery, at Geo. D. Pendleton's drug
G. F. Harvey out on Route 6
purchased an Overland car from
Bonebrake-Hightower Co. last
When looking for refrigera-
tors don't forget to see our line.
A. A. Morris and family have
moved to Bentonville, Arkansas,
where they will make their
. home, until they move back to
|\ Altus—in less than a year.
KJust received, a nice assort-
entof the very latest station-
ery, at Geo. D- Pendleton's drug
There will be a total eclips of
the sun between 5 and 6 o'clock
p. m , on Saturday, June 8. Look
out for this grand natural phe-
some close out cultivators in
R. P. Kirk has returned from
a visit with hit mother in North
Carolina, who has been quite ill.
She was improved, when he left
Blockleee Self-threading Hay
Prates save two men, make
square ends on bale, built in
three sixes. Williams Mill life.
Co., Texarkana, Arkansas. 13C4
A. L Ingle would be phased
■eceive a pbotogaaph of each
going to the amy, from
_ keen county, for placing hi
Nhe patriotic window at the las-
Red Diamond insect powder
for sale, At Geo. D Pendleton's
Miss Mag Howell took a num-
ber of yountf people to Turkey
creek Tuesday picnicking in hon-
or of her neice, Miss Annie B.
Howell of Wellington, Texas.
Three men can .bale two or
three tons per hour with a Block-
less Self-threshing Hay Prees.
Built in three sizes. Williams
Mill Mfg. Co., Texarkana. Ark. 4
Dr. H. H. Eaton, dentist, re-
ceived a telegram Wednesday,
to report at Fort Riley, Kansas,
at once. He will leave soon to
take up his work as a soldier
We have something interest-
ing for you if you will make a
visit to our office, see our line of
Locks, Pad Locks, Screen Doors
Fixtures, Screen Doors, and
everything else to build with and
the Paint to Paint it at Came-
ron's Lumber Store.
John A. Henry and Henry
Kimbell went to WashingtonCity
this week, as delegates repre-
senting Altus, to attend the
hearing on May 27th relative to
the Orient railway. It will then
be determined whether or not
the government will operate the
Orient railway or that it shall
cease to be operated at all.
There will be an ice cream so-
cial at the Wheatland school
house next Tuesday night for
the benefit of the Red Cross.
Bale your hay the Williams
way. New Self-threading,
Blockless, Power Hay Press.
Large capacity. Two men less.
Williams Mill Mfg. Co., Texar-
kana, Arkansas. 13t4
Proper Food for Weak Stonacki
The proper food for one man may be
all wrong for another. Every one
should adopt a diet suited to his age
and occupation. Those \^ho have
weak stomachs need to be especially
careful and should eat slowly and mas-
ticate their food thoroughly. It is
also important that they keep their
bowels regular. When they Dccome
constipated or when they feel dull and
stupid after eating, they should take
Chamberlain's Tablets to strengthen
the stomach and move the bowels.
They are easy to take and pleasant in
Miss Annie B. Howell of Wel-
lington, Texas, is visiting her
grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. C. Howell, on North Spur-
geon, and other relatives in the
Beit tarty far Wkoapiif Coafk
"Last winter when my little boy had
the whooping cough 1 gave him Cham-
berlain's Cough Remedy," writes Mrs.
J. B. Roberts. East 8t. Louis, 111. "It
kept his cough loose and relieved him
of those dreadful coughing speels. It
is the only cough medicine I keep in
the house because I have the most
confidence in it." This remedy is also
good for colds and croup.
United States Tires
are Good Tires
lint bring 7tt
Catarrh Csnnot Be Cured
With LOCAL. APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reach the seat ot the disease.
Catarrh Is a local disease, greatly in-
fluenced by constitutional conditions, and
In order to cure It you must take an
Internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medi-
cine is taken internally and acts thru
the blood on the mucous surfaces of the
system. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was
rscribed by one of the best physicians
this country for years. It Is com-
posed of some of the best tonics known,
combined with some of the best blood
I purifiers. The perfect combination of
the ingredients la Hairs Catarrh Medl-
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results in catarrhal conditions. Bend for
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Geo. O. Pendleton, Drgst'
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Your car must give greater service this year than ever before.
It speeds up your work—increases your working power.
The highest car economy lies in utmost service.
The most economical tires are tLose which will give you
greatest use of your car.
That's just what United States Tires will do for you.
You can depend on them for continuous service,
mileage at lowest mi!sage cost.
Equip with United States Tires.
Our nearest Sdes snd Service Depot tkaler will be gbd to
you in selection.
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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/m1/5/: accessed October 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.