The Lawton Constitution (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 18, 1914 Page: 2 of 8
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purifies Biood : ♦ *•: WILSON TO GO Tftl | S Rl i I
With Telling Effect j. . I ON THF ORFHON 1 !-n or
Give# Conscious Evidence of
Its Direct Action.
Miss Lizzie Roberts returned home
Friday. She has been visiting in Law- ^ BE
mE Lucy#Fenn of' Hobart, is the HKST ONE T„ GO THROUGH
guest of her cousin, Miss Ruth Fenn, 1 ANAMA CANAL.
I for the week.
I Mrs. 0. T. Taliaferro and little Ju-
1 vinita returned Saturday a'ter a ten „
visit with relatives near Law-jingtpn March 5, 1915, for Panama to
WASHINGTON, D. C., June 15.—
I'resident Wilson will leave Wash-
CREDIT TOR VICTORY IS GIVEN
PRESIDENT WILSON; ELEVEN
DEMOCRATS AGAINST IT.
.attend formal openjng ceremonies of
' Mr and Mrs. George Foster enter- 'he Panama Canal at a date to be de ; Wf AD| V A pj^T PIClHT
tained number of the young people termlned later. He will pass through i I ft TID1 riUHI
«■'. f.. ! ■ i ■ hlnrtd p'irlfl'*". nltwat
1 : r.-- . ■■ v.uv !liicuu'it thp clr
i .idtlir.. I. - u'jon Is au .lire.a Hint very
eft. n ta *r...c I r-nci l !*in allll. il«>n tb«
avncaraor" . I lit.' eniptli.u* 'lmngt'a over
night. t> It 'I and I s «" «<• • W <1
recovery In-'Ins ImnirUlati'ly.
Ah a matter of fa. t, In <>',<• IngrwJI-
< nt 111 tf. S. 8. wlilcb srrT. a I lie a. fifc pur-
pose of tlwula;:n:f each cellular |wrl of
the body to the lieulthy ami J.idlclotm (elec-
tion of Its own essential nutrlmunt. That
1m blood eopply; why
It ha such a trcmenilona Influence in over- | L.jty Friday. She returned Saturday
SfiZZ"* ra*h' Plmp,C8' ttUj akin accompanied by the Misses Ruth and
And lu regenerating the tissues R. S. , Elizabeth Bradley, who visited with
lias a rapid and positive antidotal effect . -Sunday
upon all those Irritating influences Ibat
c&usu rheumatism, ore throat, weak cyci,
Iona of weight, thin, pale chocks, nod tbat
weariness of muscle aud nerv© tbat Is gen-
erally experienced as spring fever. Oet a
bottle of S. S. S. at any dm* store, and In
a few days you will not only feel bright and
energetic, but you will bo the picture of
now life. ? S. S. la prepared only In the
laboratory of The Swift Specific Co.. 534
Swift Wdg. Atlanta, Ga., who maintain a
very efficient Medical Department, where nil
who have any blood disorder of a stubborn
nature may write freely for advice and a
special book of Instruction. S. S. s. in sold
everywhere by drug stores, department and
general store*, hut beware of all substitute#.
lfc> not accept them.
the canal with the Cabinet on the
battle ship Oregon and then proceed
to San Francisco.
Secretary Daniels Saturday made a
formal announcement of the presi-
Saturday night in honor of the six-
teenth birthday of their daughter,
Rev. Jeter of Lawton, has been
called as pastor of the Baptist church
here, but being engaged in a revival dent's plans so far as they have been
meeting will be unable to fill the ap- completed. Inasmuch as the date of
pointment Sunday, June 14th, as an- departure is more than eight months
n0lincei) '"A1, some minor details may be
.Mis..'Nina Foster, who is taking J changed, but the essentials have been
music lessons In Lawton, went to the definitely determined.
S. N. Paden, who was operated on a
short time ago in Guthrie returned
home last week. The operation was
entirely successful and his friends
will be glad to hear that he is rapidly
The Signal editor took a little layoff
the first in many months, and visited
from Saturday afternoon until Mon-
day noon with friends in Lawton.
Mr. Wilson will leave the capital
Bu veen Senator Vardanian and
West; Considerable Bitter Feeling
Engcnedcred Among Several.
VOLCANIC ERUPTION OF CR*T-
BR IN CALIFORNIA, GKO
WORSE; STARTED MAY 30.
WASHINGTON, D. C., June 12.— j
Repeal of Panama canal tolls exemp-!
tion for American coastwise shipping j
passed the senate last night by a vote!
of 50 to 35. The measure goes back j
to the house, which ii expected to ac- j
cept the Simmons-Norris amendment,
the day after congress goes out of! specifically reserving all rights the , 7"v,_
session. He probably will make the j United States may have under the I CHAMBERLAIN S
journey to Panama on a warship. The Hay-Pauncefote treaty.
Celebrate the Fourth
of July at Medicine Park
On this dale the resort will be open to the public and fishing
permits will bo issued to all who apply at the office.
SPORTS AND AQUATIC CONTESTS
During the day conte.-ts, with appropriate awards, will be con-
ducted consisting of Swimming Races; Diving Contests; Boat
Races; Tub Races; Tennis Tournament and other sports.
At night there will ge a Mountain Fire Works Display and a
Ball at the Outside Inn.
There will be plenty of ice water on the grounds as well as
As the 4th comes on Saturday a two days outing can be planned.
Reservations and transportation accommodations should be ar-
ranged for in advance.
MEDICINE PARK CO.
date of the formal opening ceremony
for the canal will be decided before
the president leaves here and the ex-
ercises will take place soon after he
On the bridge of the old battle
ship Oregon, which attracted world-
wide attention on her famous run
around the Horn just before the
Spanish war, the president and mem
The passeage of thj bill after a bit-
ERA ANJ) DIARRHOEA REMEDY.
Every family wltnout exception
ter struggle has lasted
(n^onths was conceded another vic-
tory for President Wilson. Although
thirteen republicans came to the aid
of the democats who voted for the
bill on final passage, the president
in'tiated the movement in his party
for repeal and it was behind him that
for several should keep this preparation at hand
INTERURBAN CAR LINE
SOON TO BE FINISHED
The l.aw him Street Railway is near
ing completion and the promoters of
many democrats who voted "aye'
Sunday afternoon we made a trip to' bers of his Cabinet will make the first lined up on the last test.
Medicine Park, Lawton's summer ofi . HI passage through the canal Earlier in the evening there was j
piny ground. The park lies almost in ana 'n proceed to the Panama-Paci-, anoutbreak anions the democrats j
the shadow of Mt. Scott and only a 1 lie Exposition at San Francisco The | which showed tile deep feeling that
few miles from the site of the origi- j date of the president's arrival there ; has been aroused by the bill. Sena-
nal Mt. Scott "Red Store," where we , had not been determined, nor the date j tors Vardaman of Mississippi, and
were located at the time cf the open-
ing of this part of Oklahoma, then
the Kiowa, Comanche and Apache re-
servation. But assisted by time the
hand of civilization works many
changes in a country, and the old
|of his return east. All that wiil bear-jWest of Georgia, came near to blows,
tanned later, and to an extent is de- creating a scene such as had not been
pendent upon events Intervening.
on the floor in many
SMOKE, STEAM, ASHES
Goes Up 2,000 Feet Into The Air; is a
^ to See.
If you have the itch, don't scratch
It does not cure the trouble and
historic spots are iw longer what they , makcs lhe skjn b,ecd App,y BAI _
were in the days of the reservation
and the Indian trader. And when we
visit them now we feel a'most as if
we were in a strange land.
COUGHS AND COLDS WEAKEN
Contiued Coughs, Colds and Bron-
chial troubles are depressing and
weaken the system. Loss of weight
and appetite geenrally follow. Get
REDDING, Cal., June 15.—Mount
Lassen finally erupted with volcanic
fire Sunday and one man is reported j 50c. bottle of Dr. King's New Discov-
killed and others injured as a result cry today. It will stop your cough,
of the terrific outburst from the . The first dose helps. The best medi-1
crater which had been latent for
LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. Rub it
in gently on the affected parts. It
relieves itching instantly and a few
applications removes the cause thus
performing a permanent cure. Price
•25c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Cen-
tral Drug Store.
/nvigorating to the and Sickly
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic.
r.KOVR'STASTIXIlSS chill TONIC, drives out
Vfa'aric,enriches the blood. and builds upthe sys-
cm, A. true Tonic. ForadulU am1 children. 50c.
REACHING THE SPOT.
during the hot weather of the summer
months. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy is worth many, ,
, 11 • Qi ! the line expect to have cars running
times its cost when needed and is al- * *
, . ! t ii +i«A by the first of July. Nearly all the
most certain to be needed before the * * J,
t « !♦ hoc ™ ciinorinr I steel haS been lalf* atld the ^SUlatOrS
rummer is over. It has no superior
for the purposes for which it Is and brackets are being put up for the
tended. Buy it now. For sale by al! trolley. The trolley was sh.pped from
I ajers Massachusetts over three weeks ago
and is expected any day. The cars
have also been shipped from the car
works at St. Charles, Mo., and arc
expected to arrive in this city the
20th of this month.
An extension has been built onto
the power house and all the machin-
ery with the exception of the dynamo
has been set and in readiness for
operation. The dynamo is on the
ground and it will take no time to set
A report was received Sunday night
and apparently confirmed that Lan-
sing Graham, a lumberman from Vio-
la, Cal., was crushed by a rock blown
from the fissure in the mountain.
His eight companions fled when they
saw that Graham had been killed. One
of the other observers, it is said, was
Two new craters in addition to one
blown open May 30, bur$t from the
mountainside Sunday night. Fire from
them was seen from roofs in various
towns at considerable distance.
The first eruption Sunday came
from the crater of May 30. It was this
explosion that killed Graham.
A Jagged rock sawed him nearly in
two, cutting off his arm and exposing
his heart. He was taken to Volta, a
few miles distant, where he died.
Hu^h Addington and a companion
are missing and Mr. Stipple was very
severely bruised by rocks. A report
that one of the party went insane
Six of the party saved themselves
by burying their faces in the snow
and avoiding the poisonous
' cine for Stubborn Coughs, Colds and
all Throat and Lung Troubles. Mr. O.
H. Brown, Muscatine, Ala., writes:
•'My wife was sick during the hot
summer months and I honestly be-
UNION SERVICES OF
Commencing next Sunday , there
will be union services held at the Air-
It Has Been Done, So Scores of Law-
ton Citizens Say.
To get rid of an aching back,
The sharp twinges,
The tired-out feelings,
You must reach the spot—gel at
In many cases 'tis the kidneys.
Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak
Lawton citizens testify.
THINKS LAWTON OIL
FIELD IS T1.E BETTER
1 It seems that very few people of
Lawton noticed the excellent predic-
tion published Saturday, made for the
oil field here by Mr. J. W. Vickers,
j who is in the government service and
| stationed In the Philippines. He is It.
j somewhat an expert on the topogra-
I phy of countries and what is under-
neath the surface. His work is along
l that line, so what Mr. Vickers thinkF The splendid work of Chamberlain's
of the Lawton oil field is of more than Tablets is daily becoming more wide-
casual importance. ly known. No such grand remedy for
Mr. Vickers made a trip through stomach and liver troubles has ever
been known. For sale by all dealers.
CAN'T KEEr IT SECRET.
lieve Dr. King's New Discovery saved ldome pal.ticipated ln by the Chris-
her life." Good for children. 50c, and'Uan> m e church) m.,E. church,
$1.00, at your druggist. sout'h anJ Protestant Methodist.
The First Presbyterian church has
no night service during the summei7
so did not formally join in the move-
The Beal Heights Presbyterian
church did not join in because it
serves a portion of the city population
that would hardly attend services the
distance they would have to go.
The Baptist church voted a major-
* penitentiary, j jty fo j0jn ;n ti,e unjon services, but
Judge A. H. Kecauge there ivas quite a si
DECISION IS AGAINST
OKLAHOMA CITY, June 15.—
Although dismissing the quo warran-
to proceedings brought by C. C.
Childers, testing title to the office of I
warden of the state nenitentiarv.' ■
the Lawton oil field and just before
leaving the city expressed himself as
of the opinion that the Lawton oil Parties desiring the services of an
j field would in time exceed the Tulsa amateur band for picnic, celebration
oil field, as the topography of the'or campaign purposes can learn of u
Mrs. M. E. Foster, 111 A Avenue. |country looked better and was easier i good one by addressing box 46, Faxon,
Lawton, Okla., says: "The constant i developed. - I Okla. 6-13dlt-wlt
strain of bein^ on my feet attending j]
to my housework, brought on kidney i
complaint and bt ckache. I endured a j
great deal of pain through my kid-
neys and it was only with the great-
est difficulty that I could get up.
Doan's Kidney Pills finally came to
my attention and 1 tried a box. After
I had finished the contents, the pain
had ceased; my back
stronger and I felt better in every I
way. I have had little need of
ney medicine .since." t
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't |her feed bill
against R. W. Dick, Judge
Huston of Guthrie Saturday handed j min0rity, Rev. Leake said that he
down a decision in the Oklahoma • not insist on going into the
county district court that Governor
Cruce had no cause to remove H.
METHOD IS REQUIRED FOR COWS
USED FOR DAIRY PURPOSE
The cow that pre duces less than cess in dairying is the profitable cow.
200 pounds of butter in a year is kept This requires that the dairyman be
„,,„u i •_ ■„ able to judge the capacity of a cow to
mucli. mostly for the pleasure there is in * , . . ....
everv . . , produce. It also requires that, if the
a kid-! ^ee<^''K' an^ cal'nK f°r er- production of the herd is to be maln-
I She scarcely does more than pay for tained or increased, the sire at the
The cow which produc- head must be from ancestry of high
simply ask for a'kidney remedy-get I es 300 pounds of butter givts her' production. To have this, the dairy-
Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that °wner both pleasure and profit. A cow man must have a purpose in view and
producing 350 pounds of butter in a that is progress in his business.
year will give nearly double the prof-! How often we meet a man who hs.->
it cf the one which produces 250 a number of cows for sale and when
pounds. 1 he is asked about them he will o y
The pleasure or profit sides of one is red, another spotted, another
keeping cows depends upon their pro- black and another yellow. Ihis is
duction. In Oklahoma many cows about all he knows about their breed-
are kept only for pleasure. If the ing. ^When asked about their produc-
scales and the Babcock test were ap-; tion he will deny that he never
their production would be weighed their milk or tested it fot
Mrs. Foster had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
Denton and J. B. Cairtbion MS mem-
bers of the board of prison control
The decision had specifically to de
with the proceedings brough by Child-
ers for possession of the wardenship.
The part of the decision relative to
gases the action of the governor In remov-
which belched from the volcano. They J ing the two board members is inciden-
found Graham and Stipple after the tal but until passed on by the higher
gai-es had lifted. ! l'ourt sustains I)e,,to nand Cambron
Sunday night's eruption, seventh J as members of the board.
of the series starting May 30, was j —
not as bad as the one during the day. A TEXAS WONDER.
The two new craters, a? nearly as j
could be determined are about a mile The Texas Wonuder cures kianey
and bladder troubles, dissolves gravel,
Children that are affected by
worms are pale and sickly and liable
to contract some fatal disease.
WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE ex-
pels worms promptly and puts the
child on the road to heaHh. Price 25c
per bottle. Sold by Central Drug
Hattie Curlin, colored, was arrest-
ed Saturday night by Officer Smith,
charged with disturbing the peace.
She gave bond in the sum of seven
dollars for her appearance at trial plied,
which is to be held at five o'cloek this j shown to be so
low that there is no but.terfat. They were fresh some time
, last spring and were bred in the pas- ^
" "iT Holms was arrested Satur- Two reasons may be given for ture, so he does not know when they j
day night on a charge of disturbing their not producing a profit; the cows will freshen again
it. />f are either low nroducers naturallv or been bred to a Bcruu - .
seven dollars for his appearance ' "B" """" " ""
Dock Schiller was arrested yester- owner.^
day by Officer Lat ranee, charged with the other. The remedy for the former dairy cows. /
y * ... ..nn AAtnUia aawI Siis Vi n farmer if* dairvmi? without
the peace and gave bond in the sum of are either low producers naturally or been bred to a scrub whlte-faee'
Ht they do not receive the proper care, Poll, a black Angus or some
feed and management from their than th dairy and consequently t^icit
One is as often the cause as heifers are undesirable to raise/ foi
being drunk. He gave bond but was is to weed out the unprofitable cow • ,<( .
again today on the same from the herd and, by a system of a purpose. His cows are l^pt for
'.better breeding and the use of a sire pleasure and not for pro..t. J\V hen he
ancestry, im- had a whim that there wa^ profit in
herd and dairying he bought them because they
Two eruptions occurred on Mount
Lassen Sunday. The outburst early
Sunday shot a huge column of dense
black smoke, steam and ashes 2,000
tures diabetes, weak and lame backs,
rheumatism, and all iregularities of
the kidneys and bladder in both sues
nd women. Regulates bladder troub-
feet into the air. The pillar of smoke It* in children. If not sold by you*
was watched from towns fifty miles .Iruggist, will be sent by mail on re-
distant- | ;eipt of $1.00. One small bottle is two
The column of smoke was thrown months' treatment, and seldom faili
about 2,000 feet high, the height be- to perfect a core. Send for testimoni-
ing determined by geological data. *]* from this and other states. Dr. E.
The eruption lasted half an hour. , W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street, St. Ixmia,
j Mo. Sold by druggist#
Space purchased 'n the Constitu-
tion is a profitable investment I
Hopes Her Statement, Made Public o^!,' 'Jlardter Xmirwith'Tpeed" ; 'hen-by its production. The remedy were for sale for $28 each, and now
«iU Help Other «. jw ^ CtZZZ. U* d.iry
Ramond Fields, Will Leininger and from high-producing
Robert .Jaques were iy. ested today by , P'ove the quality of the
Try a Cc .st'tufton want aa.
of im- cow to buy. A profitable cow is
Steffen's Quality Ice Cream
Powell's Drug Store
328 G Avenue
Hines, Ala.—"1 must confess", say
Mrs. Lula Mae Reid, oi this place, "tha
Cardui, the woman's tonic, has done ni
a great deal of good.
Before 1 commenced using Cardu!,
would spit up everything 1 ate I bad ;
tired, sleepy feeling all the time, and wa
irregular. 1 could hardly drag atound
and would have severe headaches con
Since faking Cardui, 1 have entlrel;
quit spitting up what I eat. Everythini
seems to digest all right, and I havt
gained 10 pounds in weight."
If you are a victim of any of the numer
ous lils so common to your sex, it b
wrong to sutler.
For half a century, Cardui has been re
lieving just such ills, as is proven by thi
thousands of letters, similar to the above
which pour into our office, year by year
Cardui is successful because it is com
posed of ingredients which actspecificall)
on the womanly constitution, and help'
build the weakened organs backloheaftl
Cardui has helped others, and will hclj
you, too. Get a bottle today. Yoi
won't regret it. Your druggist sells it.
Writt to : Chattanooga Medlclna Co., LadlM" Ad
vlMM-y Dept., Chattanooga. T«nn.. for Special
itructiotit on your cata ind 64-pa*« book. Hobm
Tiutuat for Woman." Mat lo plain wrapper. NC1*
and it seems just . .
t Hon in "hit 'er un" a little l!atlon an" beter appreciation
emp .1 to " However it is a l"'°ved methods of dairying will help worth from $50 to $75 and is cheap at
•md should be 11,lnl very much if he will accept them, the price when compared with the
' Success in any business comes only average or low producer. It is said
from the applicaiur. of proper busi- that there should be a purpose in ev-
ness methods. No business requires erything and if success is to be at-
better business methods ot permits tained in the dairy business the dairy
the use of them better than does farmer must have a purpose—shall it
dairying. The first requisite for sue- be pleasure or profit?
Cures Old Soras, Other Rcinsdies Won't Curt.
The worst cases, no matter of how Ion* standing,
rre cured by the wonderful, old reliable I r
porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relies
Pain and Heals nf the sotime 25c. SOr f
WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO ABOUT IT?
A mammoth Wheat aud Oat crop is just now ready to harvest and you have
got to have a place to store the grain. A few dollars worth of Lumber used
in the right way and in the right place might save you a good many dollars
worth of grain. We have the lumber and would be mighty glad to figure
with you. Call us up or drop into our office any time.
j J. S. MAYFIELD LUMBER COMPANY
M. M. TAGUf, Manager
Corner 4th St. and F Avenue
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