The Altus Weekly News (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 13, 1918 Page: 4 of 8
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Neglect to have them
properly examined mav
cause a life-time of sorrow
Small disorders grow
more serious every day.
There is satisfaction in
knowing for sure that
your eyes are all right
We Can Tell You
E. E. RUSSELL
Elk Qty Mao Aiswers McOiatic's 'appeal to the sympathy of the
letter ,or wpp"ft Vou aa>
■ . touare tunaing uy the uicmi.
In answer to a itcnerai circular dent i u<j noi ueiiv that 50 14
letter wnicn Oor Jim hu« been every other good American citi-
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uintic to Uwk lur rniing uvhinu ami tell acme 01 me extm^rui*
the aairti oi tne ar." unu nary thing, you haw dJw tha
uon tswap nurses in tne mid- entitles >uu to support on u peace
die 01 the atrcam. ui cuur* b-s.i m.tead or iryinf to j^
tne airemu is never crossed >or
the man in viuce. Giiiterson's
letter as printeu in the tm City
News-Uemocrat is an ioiioms:
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heothce because *e are in the
•Ith. Another reason 1 am op.
posing you IS became your patri
THE ALTUS WEEKLY NEWS
Pnbliahed Every Thondav, Altai, Okla.
SUISCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR
Batered ai tbe Post Office. Altus, Oklabom*
M Second Class Mall Hatter, under tbe Act ol
Ooafreai ut Harcb 3. lerv.
TELEPHONE NO. 14.
Lik city. UK a., Aiay a*, lWb'otism is not ol" sufficient" lont*
H"n' " hM '•'* Kn <z
Dear Strf-T iiavea letter from If™ Im°e you ww* ^
you aated May :2s in which you tne Um't'ed
outline\our two principal reai- u, lta#l yuu
ons tor remaining in congress, were in lavor tS ar^l! thal>yu
*irst because >ou are thete now n one> for good rS IS iT'*
and wcood town. ««•«,, m0My iu'a
1 note this is a circular letter1 me" with'th^^nr^man!^'?1'11"
and contains a "Garden seed en- list ? ,Uur*
suppose you have sent a like warnow l .!^n! U"!
missive to each voter inthe u . for the furtoer reasTS
Nnu? Mr WnPKnti. r . I introouceu a bill in congress to
te personal metilion ol ffii'a^ToeVemp^S'''I",™" "h
lact that certain persons in Elk | irom dratt atrpr jn ? ?e'3 , 8
City are opposing you because them had aireadv Len r-C?i i ?' i
you appointed the wrong person the trenches andtnininZ l!!
ssrassr **t K
you might be relieved to
Know that I am not opposing
you on the grounds of these ap-
pointments. In fact I do not 4
think you made a bad appoint-1 up" to the necessity
ment in the Elk City postotfice. !the ' farmer boys"
,, , -- - far-
mer boys of your district until
forty per cent of them had been
sent to the calors and you had an i
opponent and then you "waked
of saving I
frvm the f
J. P. OP?,. Editor and Prop
The News will make the following
charges for candidates announcements
daring the year 1618.
For Congrese 123.00
For District Office® 15.00
For County Offices 10.00
For County Commissioners 5.00
For Preceinct Offices 2.50 j
This fee must be paid at the time of
This fee covers the name of the can-
didate in the announcement column
and what ye may say at the time of
annnouncement. Any subsequent mat-
ter will be charged for at our regular
Primary August 6,19I8
J. B. A. ROBERTSON
Fer Congress, 7th District;
For District Judgt, 25th District
E. E. GORE, Altus.
FRANK MATHEWS, Altus
For State Senator, 5th District.
HARRY B. CORDELL, Manitou.
A. S. J. SHAW
For County Judge:
J. M. WILLIAMS
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 W«igher:
J. M. DARBY. v
H. K. McGINTY
209 N. Main, Altus, Okla
OFFICE 196 NIGHT 490
Mr. Queerian is giving splenaio draft.
satisfaction as a postmaster and f There are some other verv '
I am inclined to think that if good reasons why I am opposing
this was the only reason to op-iyou and why your are teine o-
pose you that the people would! posed by a part of thecitizensh'o
not jenousiy complain. la,, el of this part of the d.strin but!
my be some who oppose route j trust that the ab -ve are sufficient I
.vou took in arjivipg at this ap- to convince you 'hat you are ir*
poiiitment which is another mat-1 being persecuted me'ely because
ter. As to your consular recom- |i'ou made the selection you d j
:j.endation the people here mignt I tor postmaster and consul to
not have objected to man vou re*i Halifax
JCOfiimenderj, but fact is you self g-1 You s very respectfully,
teA a man tf ho has been in the [ C. S. GILKERSQN,
district for so short a time that],
the people had but little OppOrtu-1 How I do enjoy sewing on my
nity to get acquainted witn him. electric sewing machine. I got
You quote Speaker Clark and lit at Bonebrake-Hightower C >.
•Joe Cannon as authority to prove |
that when a man is once elected 117rtr,!* A «.**%••
to congress that he should be1 f¥ dSu AWHY • *
permitted to hold the job during j "
his natural lire. No one will be ■' e SkITI K01*AG
surprised at either of these gen-1 V9
tlemen tatting that view in as
much as a m ir. w.uid r.aturaliy
think that way 11 he had a joo
Now I am going to briefly teli
you why I am opposed to you in
your race for congress.
1st. When you ran for con-
gress the first time I was one o:
your first and I think most Ioj a* ' Come "in today and askTboot*oar guar-
supporters and 1 supported you ?: D- D: ■A'3*' ««>o"t d. d. d.
because I thought you were what ** ^ Etia llealU,7•
you represented to be, a loya,
good democrat who, if elected to
congress, would try to represent
all the people and would not
limit your operatsons to a select
few and tell all the rest to go to j
thunder In this I was mistaken
and I withdrew my support from
2nd. I do not think you have lher! isria H"Vf Sola£ Able
done anything since your elec- to Depend Udoii a Well Earnto
tion that especially justifies you Reputation
in concluding that your services For months Altus readers have
are absolutely moespensible. 1 seen the constant expression of
iou have been on some very im- i praise lor Doan's Kidney Pills
portant committees, made a trip land read the good work they
to Honolulu to look over some 1 have done in this locality. What
government buildings, sent out j other remedy ever produced such
P«!h' j ,0^, bulletins" and convincing proof jf merit?
Garden Seeds" and appointed J. H. Stewart, prop, of restau-
some postmasters and recom- rant, R. F. D. \To 3 Box ill I
mended a consular appointment Altus, says: "1 am'strong in1
and perhaps some other things praise of Doan's Kidney Pills
of minor importance but most for the wonderful help they have i
any sort of congressman couid given me. By ?; el!s, my back
and would have done just as j has been awful sore and when I
m"rS' v.„ fA i.,- Lhaye fceen on ro-v leet very much,,
ord. You fed three soldier'I have ached a., over. Doan's
boys over in Honolulu, r ' "" ~
them being my son, and
the supper cost
To the many suffers of ?bln di^asa
D. D. P., the liquid wash, has become &
household word. Thpy know it is reliable
and they can depend on it, they do not
hesitate to recommend it to their n- :eh-
borg. It has proved itself a remarkable
remedy for all forms of Eczema. It is a
germicide that is harmless to the most
delicate skin, but still it is effective and
quicic in action. If you are a sufferer
from skin diseases, including ulcers, pim-
pies, scales, crust or Eczema in any form-
this remedy will not disappoint you. It
has stood the test and today is the master
preparation for all skin diseases*
■ Skta Reaetfy
Geo. D- PendMon, Drgpt.
The School that
Does the Work
A Sure Position for Every
City Sat 7 Bank Bldg. Altus, Okla.
T. M. ItoliiliMlll
ROBINSON ft WIIITESloi
Office In tiki BuiMinj
jno. d. roqei
0«e«: Hook. • « Kir*-. National
R. W. Abbott
GENERAL CONTRACTOR PHONE 367
Contractor for all classts of buildings.
We specialize in attractive home build-
ings. L«t us equip your doors and win-
dows with Monarch Metal Weather Strips.
Office with Wm. Cameron Co. Phone 49
s. b. garret
Office over Hakcr-Hamm lir.*,
Aitu . okUboaa
dr. w. h. bel
Office in Hightower Building,
All Work Guaranteed I
TESTED AND PROVEN
Bear" In Mind
C HI CO
Cotton Seed Meal
and Hulls mixed
is the best iind
cheapest feed for
your cow or horse
In 100 lb Sacks
For Sale By
All FEED DEALERS
ALTUS COTTON OIL MILL
Edw. A. Abernethy, M.
Eye. Ear, Nose and Throai
Phone No. 175, Hospital
Mrs Maude L. Kimb<
Loans and Rentals
Phone 41. : ; s. Side S„
i This is a very pamful and danger-
| oug disease. In almost every neifrh-
j hood someone has died from it before
| medicine conld be obtained or a phy-
; sician could be summoned. The right
j way is to have a bottle of C'hamber-
j Iain's Colic aod Diarrhoea Remedv in
the housei so as to be prepared for it.
Mrs. Charles Enveart, of Huntington,
j Ind., writes: "During the summer of
j 1911 two of my children were taken
j sick with cholera morbus. I used
| Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea
I Remedy and it gave them immediate
Long Practical experience
and knowledge of land,
coupled with fair dealing ig
M. L. COWAN
sells more than half the land
sold in Jackson County. Foil
special bargains in £0-acre|
tracts, owned by non-resi-|
dents, sold on small pajT
ments, see Mr. Cowan, with!
The SOUTHWEST LAND ANDI
' LOAN COMPANY
123 South Main Street
ALTUS i 0KLA.1
ITS W hp thy
Ws Best Bevera0e
A pure, non-intoxicating drink.
Banishes thirst. Helps digestion.
Has the refreshing taste of hops.
Bear in mind CERVI and ask for
it at grocers', at druggists', etc.
—in fact, at all places where
good drinks are
GOODMAN - STABKEY -6ATE|
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALM!
F. B. TIMS
Funeral Director and
Office Phone 129 Night P. 102-5;
North Main Street Altus, Ok
or five dollars you have gotten a
great deal more advertising out
of it than it cost you, since you
took pains to advertise your lib-
erality in every speech you made
in the district. I am opposed to
political as well as other "Profi-
teers" and I am against you be-
cause you have been capitalizing
the fact that we are at war ana
trying to make it appear that
the success of the struggle with
Germany depends solely upon
your re-election. In the present
letter your reference to the
Greer county boy who lost his
life on the Tuscans and the Roff.
Forty United Profit
Sharing Coupons (2
coupons each de-
. _ xjyjau a nominati°n 20) are
one of, Kidney Piils have- always quickly c^Eihang^bie ^
J while relieved me of th<- pain and have for valuable premium*,
probably four (made me feei tetter in every
Cultivators at $55.00, worth |£r 5°Poty *** now in* the
Jour consideration.—Bonebrmice-1 r*rman Prison camp can have
Hyhfawr Qq ' but on* mMnin* mil k>i
j but one meaning and tbat is an
Price 60c. at a!; dealers. Don't
simply ask for a Sidney remedv—
get Doan's Kidrey ' Pills—the u, ,,. „ , „ „
same that Mr. Sfewart had Wl"iawson- ffalsell- Frazier
F08ter.Milburn Co.. Mfgrs., Buf. Company, Alias and Man-
- gum, Oklahoma, Quanah and
Wichita Falls, Texas.
Y 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 calls for a loaf, one loaf
forms the habit.
Altus Steam Bakery
E. B. Enderlein. Prop.
MONEY--Do 3'ou wai
a loan on your farm
city property? If so, wri-
me. Will McDaniel, /
tus, Okla. 45-
Dr. W. H. Rutland
Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat
Eight Years Experience in
You only need Sanol Eczemato ge
rid of«hose Black Heads, t„uph bumpy
ekin.. Leave? sfein smooth. Cures anv
cam- of Eczema. U if pleacant to wr.
A trial will convince you. J,** at tlie
drug stores. 2tf
In this disease it is important that
the cough be kept loose and expectora-
tion easy, which can be done by giving
Chamberlain s Cougn Remedy. Mrs.
P. H. Martin, Pern. Ind., writes, "M
two danghu-rs had whooping cough.
D!J du «« 1 ,h"" Chwnberlain s Cough
Office Hightower Bldg. Phone 32| Remedy and it worked like a char®.
G. E. Thorpe
Practice in all courts. Loans—
Farm or City-Private Money
Office over Baker Hanna Store
S. E. HICKMANi
over Altus State Bank
is making loans on good mixed
8 Per Cent Interest
■W ■!!■■■ I imiM
See him if you need a loan:
«Ii« fire aad tornado insurance
Your Farm Loan
Renewal can be made
while your interest will
when vour present loan expi
We give the lowest rate
nd will make tne largest
Phone or write us.
w- H. DICKEY, 1
14*tf Mangum. Okli
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Orr, J. P. The Altus Weekly News (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 13, 1918, newspaper, June 13, 1918; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc276762/m1/4/: accessed August 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.