The Altus Weekly News. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 13, 1916 Page: 1 of 8
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I'dihoii Xiainrieal IhIiH
OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER
THE ALTUS WEEKLY NEWS.
DcroUdto th. town Oi Altus and Jaskton County
ALTUS. JACKSON COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. JANUARY 13.19|(
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WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
J. A. HENRY, President
C. C. HENRY, Cashier
An examination of applicants
for county teacher's certificates
will be held in the office of the
County Superintendent on the
27th, 28th and -9th of January.
On Saturday, January 29th, an
examination will. be given to
those who wish to apply for Con-
ductor's or Instructor's certifi-
cates for Normal Institute work.
W. T. CLARK, Co. Supt.
J. M. Schnorrenberg and S. T.
Brown of route 6 were trading in
the city Monday.
! A fire alarm was turned in
from Uncle Henry Gilliland's
home early Wednesday morning.
The department responded
promptly and soon had the fire
out. Soot between two stove
pipes entering the same flue
caught fire, which ignited the
ceiling But little damage was
done. It was a cold morning to
have to run to a fire.
E- P. Satterfield of route 1 was
an appreciated caller at this of-
fice Saturday. He has a letter
in this week's News relative to
his visit to Texas.
At The Empire
MONDAY, JAN. 17
An Event to Recollect when
William H Fox Presents
Betty IN a risen
The Actress Who Speaks With Her Eyes
In a Photo-play of Peerless Power
"The Song oi Hate"
1aj£b Off SAH-DOUS "L'TOSCA."
Nothing like it yet beheld on spoken stage
or silent stage Sways your soul with subtile
wizard.v, ' The Song of Hate" is a flaming
sword that reach the vitals of modern society.
"My Love For You is as Pure as the Rose."
"The Song of Hate" is a drama the recollection
of which will long linger verdant in the minds
of every one who sees it projected upon the
FRIDAY, JAN. 14
Do Not Fail to See
In Her Greatest Success
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Kisses, Coacoanut Squares,
Cream Peanuts, Chocolate
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Fresh Cream Chocolates, Cher-
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SALTED PEANUTS, Per pound 15G
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This Bank Is For You
Want You To Use It
j^O Bank will appreciate your business
~ more or try harder to please von than
the ALTUS STATE.
Give Us a Trial
Altus State Bank
CHANGES AT THE ENTERTAIN LADIES
NORTHWESTERN! AID SOCIETY
L- G. Post, who has been the
local agent of the W. F. & N. W.
Ry. Co. for a long time, has re-
signed, and R. H. Manning of
Wichita Falls, Texas, is now our
local agent. Mr. Manning comes
from the general office of the
road and is a thorough railroad
H. C. Baird of Woodward is
now the local cashier. The
News welcomes these new offic-
ers to Altus and hopes that they
will find Altus not only a good
place for busidess but also a
pleasant place in which to live.
IN HONOR OF
The Clionian club and the Guild
of the Episcopal church gave a
joint entertainment at the home
of Mrs. J. W. Richardson, 703
East Broadway, last VVednesday
in honor of Miss Susie Shepard,
who would soon leave for her
new home at Roswell, New Mex-
ico. A beautiful cameo pin was
presented to the guest of honor
by the two societies, the presen-
tation talk being made by Mrs.
Henry Kimbell in well chosen
words expressive of the esteem
in which they held her. Miss
Shepard feelingly thanked them
for their esteem in accepting the
token of their friendship. Each
guest; on registering her name,
registered also a sentiment of
her association with Miss Shep-
ard. Punch waa served during
Scfcaal BriMag Ftr Sale
We will sell at public auction
on Thursday. Jan. 20i 1916. the
Pleasant Point school building to
the highest bidder for cash. Sale
to commence at 2:30 o'clock p.
m.. sharp. By order of commit-
tee. C. H. Nance
A. C. Baker
«-2t A. T. Stewart.
A son waa born to John Rib-
bon and wife. 6 miles east of the
city, Monday. The new arrival
will call Isaac Kinney "Grand-
R. R. OFFICIALS
TO BE HERE SOON
About Jan. 15 or 16, the offi-
cials of the M. K. &. T. and W.
F. & N. W. railroads will be
in Altus on a tour of inspection,
at which time they would be
pleased to meet our business men
and talk matters over. It is
well for the business men and
railroad officials to get acquainted
for the better they understand J
each other, the better they can
work for each other's benefit. |
The News will try and ascer-1
tain the exact time of their com-
ing and inform our people.
Twin sons were born to Mr.
and Mrs. E. G. Thorp, 608 East
Commerce street, last Thursday.
These are their first born al-
though they have been married
ten yean. They are juatly
proud of the young gentlemen.
All are getting along nicely.
Warned ef Death
T. J. Moody of Heat waa in the
city Monday. He informed
ub of the death of Mra. W. C-
Madden, south of He*, which
occured on the lat of January.
Mra. Madden and her huaband
were among the earlieat settlers
in thia part of the country and
she waa respected by all who
A Card of Thanks
To the many friends and rela-
tives and acquaintances of Mrs.
T. K. Stout: We wish to express
our sincere thanks for the faith-
ful services rendered, and for the
sympathy and many encouraging
words during the long illness and
death of our most dearly beloved
companion and mother who pass-
ed away Jan. 2, 1916. Signed:
T. K. Stout and children.
Mrs- H. R. Sloan and children
of Petersburg, Texas, returned
home Wednesday morning after
a visit of several weeks with her
father, J. H. Milliken, and fami-
ly on route 4.
Mrs Geo. D. Pendleton, Mra.
Geo. C. Wright and Mrs. J. A.
McCord entertained the Ladies'
Aid society 0f the Baptist
church Tuesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. A. L. Ingle, 600
East Commerce street
Refreshments were served and
all present enjoyed the social oc-
AT THE EMPIRE.
To all lovers of the sensational
in dramatic art are promised on
Monday. Jan. 17, one of Sardou'a
most celebrated and at the same
time most gripping of stories
The Song of Hate" as portray-
ed by Betty Nansen is a drama,
the recollection of vghich. will
linger in the minds of those who
witness the production. Don't
forget the date. Monday Jan. 17.
On Friday, Jan. 15, the patrons
of the above theatre will be given
an opportunity to witness "Little
Pal," a beautiful story written
and produeed by Mary Pickford,
one of the greatest "movie"
stars in America.
Christian Science Services
Each Sunday at 11 o'clock a.
m.: Sunday school 10:00 a m
Subject for Sunday: "Life."
Place 421 E. Cypress St.
B. C. Rose of Duke|was in the
city on business Mondav.
The Home of
Time and Attention
IS GIVEN TO
The Task of Appeasing the
HOW ABOUT YOURS?
Try our famous
NEW STATE and LOUIS
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are the Beat
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j. a. Mccord
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Orr, J. P. The Altus Weekly News. (Altus, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 13, 1916, newspaper, January 13, 1916; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc276790/m1/1/: accessed October 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.