The Altus Weekly News. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 30, 1919 Page: 4 of 8
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SDIURIfTIOI i*mC€ S1.SI PER YEAR
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J. P. 0b.«. Editor and P of
| THE JUSTICE CLUB |
NEWS tall. wm attracting the I Porter, Citv Supt. Miller, Rev.,
attention of the commercial Lee and Rev. Hudt;son.
world, on the 'Cast tide of the Judire William*, county chair
square, the buaittt place in Altua.
Grover Paine of the M. V.
Paine t Sona' grocery atore aaid:
"That there waaan opinion that
there waa bed luck in coming in
contact with a Black Cat: that
he believed in being cautioua,
therefore a Black Cat waa never
in Paina & Sona' grocery atore.
That flour, meal, meat and mo*
laaaea, chelae, % cracker* and
chewing gum and everything
inan and ti. G. Morris, publicity
and supplies chairman, having
aent the auppliea. including but*
tone, window flags, lithographs
blanks, etc.. to the various lec-
tions of the county and all will
be in readineaa for atarting the
drive nest Tuesday.
Wanted-by M.K.4T. Railroad
company at Wichita Falls, Texaa:
Machinist*, boilei makers- black-
J*!*?* *_*?. ^1 itt «d copparemithi. Bund-
First claaa boarding
The Justice Club met Friday
aight Uncle Gee Russell of
£lmer who waa turned out of
tne Club some months ago for
attending a aocialiat speaking.
waa on hand begging to be rein-
stated as a member of the Club.
Uncle Gee apologised for his in-
consistency, and promised faith-
fully, if accepted by the Club
that in the future he would care-
fully guard his conduct and
would select the best company
and would never aprain play a
trick on any individual; said that
the people of Elmer were now-
reading the Altus Weekly News,
and were more intelligent; that J others, mapped ont plans
their standard of living was up,the coming drive Nov. 2-11.
to the average and that he be- The quota for Jackson county
ant to the taste were at sll times .
to be found st M. V. Paine & m L J L
Sons', one block South cf th. «M° iod.tlon. furnMwd bv nil-
square, the place where a Black reasonable rates. Free
Cat was never teen." transportation will be arranged
The session closed with Esq. |>y application to nearest super-
Feeley singing a ditty, entittled: intendent, or to the undersigned.
'There is Power in a Fifty Dol- w- E. Williams, general Mgr.
Organize for Red Cross Drive
At a meeting held in the Cham-
ber of Commerce Sunday after-
noon, Judge Williams, county
chairman of the Red Cross. J. S.
Wood, chairman for the Third
Red Cross Roll Call, E. 3. Nes-
bitt, president of the Chamber
! Stop roughing! you rack your Innc*
aixl worry your body. Hnllard'i Hon-
hound Syrup check* irritation, heiilo
the lung* and remorei rotnforialiii*
hrt-atliihg. Sold by ( eo. F . Pen>Ik-
Sure Relief Remedies
Dr. S. H. Landrum
Al Bib* Carricd-Peel
All bond propositions were car-
ried st the special election last
Friday. The vote on each prop-
osition wss ss follows:
Wster-for 211. sgainst 49
Hospital-for 143, against 110.
Auditorium -128, against 112.
On these propositions, only
tax paying voters participated.
The pool and billiard hall prop-
ositions were so decisively de-
feated, that we are not to hear
anything more on that subjec
for years to come.
Y's Sir. my BUSINESS is
PRACTICING LAW in ALL
the COURTS. I will not
neglect it to bunt LOANS,
but can make YOUR FARM
LOAN with PRIVATE
MONEY and WITHOUT
EXPENSE TO YOU or
COMMISSION to me and
do it NOW snd furnish
0. E. THORP
Office ovar Baker-II anna Store
Altus. Okls. 22-tf.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
Are dependible for catarrh and cannot°^«u^h *h« VeafTo?Ntt« "iMa*/
f C mmcrco Miaa «/ ntt /.nun 0t^er diseases of Eye, Ear, , faced'by constitutional*co^lt^ne.*HALL'S
of Commerce, Miss bcott, coun- jslose and Throat 3(jr4 : - ?-a—h *iii cure catarrh.
ty secretary Red Cross.
lieved himself worthy of the con
jidence of his farmer "breth-
ring." After some discussion,
•n final vote, Uude Gee was ac-
cepted, paid his fifty dollars fee,
and waa again enrolled as a
member. A Big Bale Smoker
wss enjoyed, a social hour was
spent after which Bud Ashlock
4>f the Ashlock Dry Goods Co..
as a 4-minute speaker, said:
"The Ashlock Dry Goods Co.,
•was actually selling dry goods
in a way that absolutely please
the cranky old maids and grouchy
©Id bachelors, but catered, espec-
ially, to stylish young as well as
to the settled old. That they
were staying by their motto:
To treat the people right, and
Young Ladies Wanted
A desirable position is open in
is 6,000 members at $1.00 each telephone work. No previous
and it is necessary to raise an experience necessary: ages 16 to
additional $3000 for the county, 25. Salaries for beginners $9
capters. per week. Apply in person to
In Altus the drive will be con- the chief operator, Southwestern
ducted under committees select- Bell Telephone Co., corner Hud-
ed Sunday afternoon. The quota son and Commerce Street, Altus,
given Altus is 2500 members and Oklahoma.
$1,250 additional in donations. ; Worrnv children are unhapv, punv
The remainder of the $9,000 was j and sicklv.
It Is taken Internally and acts through
the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the
System. HALL'S CAT AHUM MEDICINE
Is composed of some of the best tonics
known, combined with seme of the best
blood purifiers. The perfect combination
of the Ingredients In HALL'S CATARUM
MEDICINE Is what produces such won-
derful results In catarrhal condltlona.
Druggists 75c. Testimonials free.
F. j. Cheney ft Co., Props., Toledo, O.
First Published in The Altus Weekly
News Oct. 23, 1919.
Notice-Reaiml if Minority
After two weeks publication
of this notice a Petition will be
filed in the District Court of
otherwise Jackson couhty,
\ L L of our efches are
* •sweet and luscious. From
the coffpe ring^ or crullers
for break fast-time, cup cakes
for the luncheon hour to
the layer cakes for dinner
time, you will find they are
made of the best material-
fresh eggs, the Lest butter,
sweet milk arid flour that's fit.
Altus Steam Bakery
E. B. Enderiein, Prop.
mail of their quota. j gtrengtj, an(j the rogy bloom of health the disabilities of the said minor.
Mrs. L. H. Duncan was selec-1 speedily return. Sold by Geo. D. Pen- 35t2 R. L. BLAIR.
ted as chairman of the ladies •<Ueton- Oct. 22, 1919. *
committee in Altus and she will) Have you a lock that isn't r —;
select her working committee. ! working well, a broken window j Found North of Blair-One
The mens committee is headed ' pane.or each that need? repiac- j Firstone casing 34x4, rim andj
by Rev. A. S. Cameron, chair-, in? or repairing? Take it to j inner tube.-R. L. Lanthsm, Ca-
by their scientific study of the ; man, and includes County Supt.; Cimeron's Lumber Sto
! nute. Okla.
Will You Be One?
We will sell at public sale at the J. H. Portwoed farm, seven
miles east and one mile south of Blair, one mile west and one
mile south of Warren, beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., sharp,
Friday, November 7,1919
the following described property, to-wit:
Horses and Mules
One apan 2- year old mules.
One apan 2 and 4 year old mules.
One 13-months old mule.
One mule colt
One black filly, 3 years old. 16 handa high, a good one.
One grey mare, 6 years old, weight 1200 Iba , good
48 Cattle 48
Five good Jersey milk rows.
Three red two-year o'd bulla.
One good Jersey bull calf.
Two two-year old Jersey bulls.
Five good red cnwi,
Twelve good red .Vifers, mostly heavy springers.
Two 2-year old Jersey heifers.
Nineteen steers, jearlinjj past, in good flesh.
37 Hogs 37
Seven bred gilts.
Two boara, one resgisterd, a good one.
Our customers are our best
advertisements. Every pair
of Glasses fitted by us sells
Ever;- dsy some wine says:
"Mrs. So-and-So is so well
H.Mee.d with her glasses that!
thought I would come to you."
We are human—never satis-
I fied. We want to add YOU to
our chain. To fit you is to fit
your friends in the future.
E. E. RUSSELL
LUNCH ON THE GROUND
Tarmc Twelve months' time on approved notes bearing 10
ICl llto per cent interest from date of sale. We will allow
4 per cent discount for cash.
R. E. and J. & Portwood, Owners
Col. Ora Bramlett, R. R. Jackson,
Weifhiag Cotton Seed
"The Commission finds that
while it would work an unjusti-
fiable hardship on many ginnera
to require seed scales to be in-
stalled in all gins at tbia time,
yet when the ginner and owner
are unable to agree upon an es>
timate of amount of aeed in any
instance, the burden shall de-
volve upon the ginner to catch
and weigh the aeed."
Jeaae Parka of Route 6 waa
trading in the city Saturday.
Neuralgia of the lace, •hoalder,
handa, or feet require* a powerful
remedy that will penetrate the fleah.
Ballard'* Snow Liniment poaaeaaea that
power. Robbed in where the pain ia
felt ia all that ia neeeesarjr to relieve
fullering and restore normal conditions.
8old by Geo. D. Pendleton.
Your Farm Loan
Renewal can be
while your internet will begin
when toot preeent loan expiree.
We give the lowest rale new
and will make tne lancet loan.
Phone or write oil
W. H. DICKEY.
14-tf Mangum, OUa,
S. B. GARRRTT
Office over lit>ktr<llfluit>* Mr<
All in. UkiaiitiMiM
T. M. Robinson
Office In Elki Building
G. E. Thorpe
Practice in all courta. Loans-
Farm or City-Private Money
Office over Haker-Hanna More
Dr. L. H. McConnell,
Physician and Surgeon
Altus, ; Oklahoma
Phone 180, North Grady.
Office phone 131.
Dr. M. H. Wooldrige
Ovfr XllOf ftriijc Store
Ome* Phosk Kf.h. Piioke
U* , 4(14
Mrs Maude L. Kimbell
Loans and Rentals
Phone 41. : S. Side Square
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS
f. b. runs
Funeral Director and
Office Pksne 129 lti(bt P. 102-530
North Naii Street Altus, Okla.
H. K. McGINTY
209 N. Wain, Altus, Okla
OFFICE 196 NIGHT 490
Cotton Seed Meal
and Hulls mixed
is the best and
cheapest feed for
your cow or horse
In 100 lb Sacks
For Sale By
All FEED DEALERS
ALTUS COTTON OIL Mti
Notice to Wagaa Users
November the 11th ia cotton
carnival day in Altus. Oe that
day we will demonstrate to yon
by heavy load the strength aad
durability of our Winona Wagon.
You will agree with ua after
aeeing this demooatratien that
the Winona is deetined to becoeae
a very popular wagon.
Come and let ua show you aome
feataraa that no other wagon
Paint that wagon or other
piecaa of farm machinery and
keep ir from soaking up aH thfc
moisture thats been falling Into.
Iy. It will last longer and aoun4
better in addition to looki* Kin
new. We haveaNkindeof petal
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Orr, J. P. The Altus Weekly News. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 30, 1919, newspaper, October 30, 1919; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc276720/m1/4/: accessed August 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.