The Lawton Constitution (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, August 15, 1913 Page: 3 of 6
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THl l-NIVl RSAIAQAK
Low Shoes at a Low Price
t^inish the summer with a nice Cool pair of Low Shoes for Almost
*- Nothing. \ ou can wear them for two months yet. We are go-
ing to run out all our Men's, Women's and Childrens Low Shoes
and Slippers at a price that will make you feel you can afford them.
READ THESE PRICES and BE CONVINCED
Fancy Sweet Potatoes. WhiteK. dv
MEN'S LOW SHOES.
Men's $1.50 Low Shoe* $1.15
Men's Gun Metal Low Shoes, $2.2"> values.$1.75
Gun M/ttal Button or I-ace. $.'$.00 values ..$1.95
Tan or Black, $3.50 values $2.75
Tan or Black. $4.00 values $2.S5
Tan or Black. $1.50 values $3.25
Tan or Black,
MISSES AND CHILDK LOW SHOES
Remember that school begins three weeks
from next Monda>, and most children will wear
out a pair of Low Shoes before cold weather. Buy
them now and gel them cheap.
65c Values 50c
90c Valu'-u 75c
$1.25 Values 95c
$1.50 Values $1.15
$1.75 Values $1.35
$2.00 Values $1.50
$2.50 Values $1.95
$3.00 Values $2.25
LADIES' LOW SHOES.
$1.50 Values $1.15
$1.75 Values $1.35
$2.00 Values $1.50
$2.50 Tan or Black $1.95
$3.00 Tan or Black $2.25
$3.50 Tan or Black $2.65
$4.00 Tan or Black $2.95
$4.50 Tan or Black $3.25
We have Rone through our stock and cleand
it of odds and ends and placed them on the Dol-
Values up to $4.00 for $1.00
NEW FALL SHOES.
We are already showing the new things for
fall and will be glad to show them to you and if
you are hard to fit now is the time to get fitted
while we have all widths and sizes. PLENTY of
ENGLISH WAl<KERS just received.
School Shoes are here also.
Orders taken for Marietta Stan-
ley's Toilet preparations. Phone 664.
116 Gore Ave.
J. F. Witney left this moning for
Oklahoma City and other points ir I
Oklahoma on business.
Revere Tires are real lln*. Stock at i
Miss I/ola Bell departed for Okla-
homa City this morning where she
will visit her sister Mrs. Holmes.
Attorney J. A. Fain returned last
night from a business trip to Freder-
ick and Oklahoma City.
Clarence E. Zorgc-r, 525 E. wants to
buy second hand furniture. If you
want to sell. Phone 445.
Mioses Mira McClure and Kather-
ine Harper left on the morning Fris-
co for Cache where the;' will visit the
I family of L. B. Kidwell.
Following is the change of
prices in Ford cars for 1914,
effective August 1, 1913:
Touring Car . . . $595
Town Car .... $795
F. O. B. Lawton. All cars
sold fuliy equipped.
Southwest Motor Co.
Corner 5th and E Phone 434.
Distributers for Southwestern Oklah' ma.
Remarkable Cure of Dysentery.
"I was attacked with dystentery1 Say the Women of Lawton The Same
AND BUSINESS CARDS
about July 15th, and used the doctor's
medicine and other remedies with no
relief, only getting worse all the time.
I was unable to do anything and my
weight dropped from 145 to 125
pounds. I suffered for ubout two
months when I was advised to use
Chamberlain'a Colic, Cholera and Dia-
rrhoea Remedy. I used two bottles
of it and it gave me permanent re-
lief," writes B. W. Hill of Snow Hill
N. C. For sale by all dealers.
j Mrs. T. P. Langfoxd who has been
i here for several days the guest of her
| sister, Mrs. John Donald, returned to
her home at Wichita Falls, Tex., yes-
Hard to attend to household duties.
With a constantly aching back.
A woman should not have a bad
And she seldom would if the kid-
neys were well.
Doan's Kidney Pills are endorsed by
Have been used in kidney trouble
over 50 years.
Read what this lawton woman
Mrs. M. E. Foster ill A avenue,
Lawton, Okla., says: " The constant
strain of being on my feet attending
to my housework, brought on kidney
complaint and backache. I endured
PREVENT DISTRESS a great deal of pain through by kid-
AITER EA1 INC neys and it was only with the great-
Two or three Digestif tablets after] effort that 1 could get around,
eating will prevent or quickly relieve j I)oan'« Kidney Pills finally came to
that full uncomfortable feeling—try mv attention "and I tried a box. Af-
•"* —«% <*•
pain had ceased, my back was much
♦ JOHN F. THOMAS, Attorney *
♦ Practice in all Courts. *
♦ Stevsns-Galyon Bid*. Lawton. *
E. a DUNLAP,
Physician and Surgeon.
] Office Hour#: 10 a. m. to 12 m. 2 to 4
| Other Over Lawton Mercantile Co.
•Phone, Office 15. Res. Phone 73.V
I i funded. Brown's Digestif
II quick re'ief and permanent remedy or
1 allstomach upsets—relieves indiges-
■, tion instantlj. Little tablets easy to
j swallow, absolutely harmless—50c.
Jones Bros., The Druggists.
PEDIGO, the Shoe Man
stronger and I felt better in every
way. I have had little need of a kid-
ney medicine since."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
jentl. Foster-Milbum Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the
Remember the name—Doan's—and
W. C HENDERSON ♦
.lttorney and Counsellor at Law ♦
Civil and Criminal Practice. ♦
Office Room 22. Phone 373. •
Stevens-Galyon Bldg. ♦
II. W. HANNA.
Lawyer and Pension Attorney
Practice in all the f sr)b.
312 C Avenue. Lawton, Okla.
(Published in Daily Constitution,' the above court, upon three promis-
Aug 15, 22, 29, 1913) j sory rotes, aggregating the sum of
NOTICE OF SERVICE BY PUBLI- j 1435.00 and interest and $46.50 at-
[ v CATION. torney's fees, which notes wer« giv-
ln the County Court of Comanche Co.'en by defendant, secured by chattel
The Citizens State Bank , An Okla-
homa Corporation, Plaintiff
mortgages on certain crops raised on
the Northwest quarter of section 28,
township 2 North, Range eleven W. I.
vs. No. 2152 M. in Comanche county Oklahoma, in
S. F. Garrett, Defendant. J the year 1913, mid that unless he ans-
Said defendant S. F. Garrett, will! wer the petition and amended and
take notice that he has been sued in supplemental petition filed herein by
Imported Lemons 30c per dozen
the plaintiff, on or before the 27th
day of September 1913, said petition
will be taken as true and a judgment
for plaintiff will be rendered against
said defendant, for $435.00 and inter-
est at ten percent per annum, and for
$46.00 attorney's and for costs, and
for foreclosure of said chattel mort-
gages and sale of the mortgaged
property to satisfy said judgment.
H. N. POPE, Clerk Co. Court.
CHARLES C. BLACK,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
| Miss Elizabeth Lewis who has been
| sick with typhoid fever for several
| weeks is able to be up again. Her
brother Charley Lewis who came|
| home during her illness is now down I no other.
with the same disease.
' j TO AID NEGLECTED CHILDREN.
PACKING, CRATING, REPAIRING
stoves and furniture; 413 Third | ^
street, Phone 408. ♦ The Baptist Brotherhood of ♦
♦ this city will give assistance to ♦
Mrs. W. D. Turner left this morn- j any neglected children in the ♦
ing for Chicago and other points in ♦ cjty. Help us to find them by ♦
Illnois where she will spend the sum- j «• calling on oi writing, ♦
mer returning abo,ut the first of Octo- j a. J. BURTON or ♦
ber. . ♦ P. C. MONROE.
STEVENS & MYERS.
First National Bank Building.
Phone 83. Lawton. Okl
FAIN & YOUNG
J A. Fain. Jno. M. Young.
Wolverton Bldg. Cor. 5th and D.
Don't feei that you are expected to
make a purchaea to be welcome at our
store. When tired ana thirsty come in
and get a cold drink of water, rest
under the big fan while you listen to
the sweet strains of music. Everton's
Music Store, Ail D Ave. (Adv.)
CELEBRATION POST CARDS.
27 different p st card views of the
parade and celebration, on sale at
post office news stand, 5 cents a
apiece or 60cents a dozen adv.
"I was troubled with constipation
indigestion and spent hundreds of dol-
lars for medicine and treatment,"
writes C. H. Hines, of Whitlow, Ark.
"I went to St. Louis hospitals, also to
a hospital in New Orleans, tut no
cure was affected. On returning
home 1 began taking Chamberlain"s
Tablets, and worked right along. I
used them for some time and am now
all right. For sole by all dealers.
TO EXCHANGE MONEY FOR FIRST MORTGAGE ON LAWTON CITY
PROPERTY AND FARMS.
I have ze mun, both private and corporation. Do you want it? Show me
the property you want to mortgage. Time and terms to suit you.
THOS. F. NORMAN,
General Insurance. Benbow-Ilorton Bldg.
Oklahoma's Pleasu re Grounds.
Med icine ParK Co., Medicine Park Okla.
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