The Lawton Constitution (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 246, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 26, 1915 Page: 5 of 8
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THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION
Miss Ida Gardner went to Walter
iuv on business.
Mrs. A. Schrader was visiting in
s city yesterday from t'aehe.
Mrs. E. E Butler of Cache, was
itor in th.> city from Cache.
H. Raley is in the city today
im Vernon, Texas, on business.
Miss I.ura Decker left today for
Imond to attend summer school.
I want to buy some bidding hay or
aw. L. A. Trope. Phone 339. 5-26 3t
Glover Hensley of Hamlin, Texas
is ill the city today enroute to Tera-
Look at Me
I am Well.
"I cannot say
too much tor Pe-
runa. It has en-
tirely cured me of
my trouble. My
eye lids were
thick and red
nearly all t h el
time. My eyes
sensitive to light.
Catarrh was my
trouble. I had
had my eyes
treated and took
a great deal of
nothing seen cd to
help me until I
triad Parana. 11
always use Peruna when my family
need it. Always And it very good,
it helps wonderfully. Tou can use
my testimonial anywhere you wish
to." So says Mrs. 0. Skehan, No.
614 S. Leavitt St., Chicago. Ills.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Trope re-
turned last evening from Oklahoma
City, where they have been spending
a few days.
Misses Lou and Mavme Prieliard,
who live out on route 5, were in the
city yesterday shopping and visiting
Miss Beulah Hicks, who lives near
Holiday, was. in the city today en-
' route to Edmond to attend school for
J. C. Tillery, living south of Law-
Mrs. George H. Johnson was shop- (0|lj was jn city today enroute to
ig in the city yesterday from June- ; oklahoma City.
Join the club and get the New
Hoosier in your home for li.OO a
week. JONES FURNITURE STORE.
Mrs. N. A. Jones of Durham,
i Kas., who is visiting with her daugh-
(ter, Mrs. Merrit on route 6, was in
| the city yesterday.
Misses Nellie, Cora and Sallie Til-
, lery of Holiday, were in the city to-
day enroute to Edmond where they
, will attend school.
Bake Sale at Pearl Grocery Satur-
VV. W. Dunlap returned today from|day afternoon by Heal Heights Pres-
two days' business
trip to !• red- , byterian Ladies.
| Mrs. Elma Washington left this
morning for Granolia, Okla., where
she will spend a few days visiting
.with friends and relatives.
Mrs. E. N. Andrews, living out on
ute ti, was a visitor in '.he city yes-
Mis. II. R. Raw-lings was in the city
sterday from Letitia visitng with
Mrs. Frank Shipley is in the city
Mrs. A. C. Birdsong of Cache,
the city yesteiday visiting
today from Cache
friends and realtives.
J. C. Lowery who has been in the :
city on business, returned to his home j
at Chattanooga today.
Mrs. L. T. McAtee has returned to
her home at Faxon after visiting
with friends in the city.
Turkish baths at Medicine Park:
with arrangement for intense heating
and proper sweating without the de- i
pressing effects. 3-12dtf i
Who wants to buy a good lot cheap,
just a little down, balance to suit
purchaser, fine location, this must be
sold quick. L. A. Trope, Phone 339.
Miss Ethel Skaggs left this morn-
...... ... r ■ j Oklahoma City
ing for a few weeks visit with friends t v(
relatives at Oklahoma City.
Mrs. Clarence Black and baby of
are here, the guests
of Mrs. Black's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. McKenzie, and Mr. and Mrs. J.
Chas. Whittington returned this
jrning over the Frisco from a busi- a,,j
ss trip. |
| Mrs. W. N. Hitch, formerly of this
Mrs. Lee M. Harris, of Mound City, , city but now of Sterling, was visiting
tn^as, is here for a few days, at-i with friend.* in this city yesterday.
nding to business ir.ter 'sts and vis- j
ng. Mrs. Harris was Mrs. Lee M. I have begun summer school.
ildwell before her marriage a short ; Arithmetic specialty. Minnie Scho-
! field. Phone 722. 5-25 4t home Miss McKenzie will take
Miss Fannie McKenzie left yester-
day for Kansas City, Mo„ where she | 1
will visit with friends and relatives , ,
for some time. Before her return
course at the State Normal at War- i <
Mesdames G. C. Coleman and M. H.
Mullen left this morning for Pauls > '
Valley lor a visit with their mother.1 "^e Royal Neighbors
I Thursday, May 27th, at
Miss Mary Roper returned this
morning from Frederick where she
freshmen! 3 will be served.
has been visiting for a few days with
M 1*8. John Pierce and daughter,
Miss Nettie, Mrs. Willingham, Miss
Edith Armstrong and Mrs. L. T. Mc-
„ . . ... Atee, weie in the city yesterday shop-
Mrs. H. W. Roper went to Walter . .... ... , . , T,
J„.. u— ..... ,1.. r nK and visiting with friends. The
party motored o'.cr from Faxon and
letumed in the afternoon.
today noon where she will attend the
district meeting of the Methodist con-
Mrs. Ella Curnuth left this morn-
visit a few weeks
with friends and
FOR A TORPID LIVER.
1 have used Chamberlain's Tablets
Kt* t<. milm. rll.f i* of the Linton Cob j 'n* for Oklahoma City, where she willi0ff an(j on f01. the past sjx years
whenever my liver shows signs of
being in a disordered conditon. They
' have always acted quickly and given
Dr. L. H. 1' outs, Chiropractor, Of- mc the desired relief," writes Mrs. F.
fice 327 1-2 Ave. D. Hours 10 to 12 a. H Trubus, Springville, N. Y. For
m., 2 to 5 p. m. Other h^urs by ap- sale by a]I dealers.
lutioii in i 'oiiuin«-he mihI Cotton Coun
Stock ailv*rtlsin r. Wsntn. 'For flfrt#
n liHi.jce; al*< !'hrut Help A<ls and I'oul
iw hUh. wili limited t<- word*
d will Im- run o tiling free naid nds vsll
t l * enlarged cover other things-- d'
Thin stock advertising Is a big thing f>v i . . ,qq rtt
fit niters. There t« non* on* wnnttuf pomtment Phones Residence 198, Of-
Pl'.vllilne .von have, if yon can flnil till ocn 2.9r->iitf
rtj\ Tills will Iln It for Ton If yoa •" i
farmer and a subscriber, tell your siuli
our Farm Advertising ColUDUl.
Write ilie ails out. <*onnt the wovH*. end
ill them to the l.swtou CotistltitUoii.
L)R SALE—4 year oiu Uiown Jersey
cow, fresh, J. A. Steimel, 2 miles
uth of lawton. Phone 25 L. F.
0ST--Between 2 miles west of Law-
ton and city limits, a tap off a jack
rew. Leave at this office or at the
ail box of A. (i. Davis, Route
From the Youth's Companion.
Mother was a little woman and
never vei'y strong. She had many
severe illnesses and was often at
death's door, but she recovered and
lived on. She had sorrows, but she
survived them. She saw her friends
depart, and she mourned for them:
H)R SALE B\ ' RATE Stravvlier- dried her tears, sought out
ties, Raspberries, Blackberries, some comforting word in the Book,
For a few days we will sell 3 Ih.
is I.iptons yellow label coffee for
Dewberries, Peaches, Plums. Pears at took up her dllty alld continued to live.
A" SParlin s i,arn1' two miles west ofl Mother became a grandmother, and
">-■'-1 ",t ' 1Prompt delivery, then a great-grandmother; she even
5-6 awks p jjve(j to be a great-great-gramlmoth-
er. She died at the age of 96, and she
had seen the blessing of God on her
children's childrens and on their
FOR SALE—Kmbree-.Mcl.ein rubber
^Ve can please you in salmon, 10,
^0 and 25 cents I Ik can.
She spent her years as mothers do,
caring for her home and loving her
children, and teaching them to pray,
and day and night lifting up her own
prayer to God to help her to be a good
FOR RENT—Fair Rooming House, mother.
624 D Ave. Call at P. O. or 914 D In her old age she lived in the home
Ave. Frank C. Rice.
tire surrey with pole and shafts in
fine condition, also double set of har-
ness, a bargain. W. H. Quine te,
First National Bank.
Made up not only in the new styles but also in exclusive styles,
one guaranteed all wool. Blue serges, bird's eye worsteds, blacks.
Copenhagen and coverts.
Beautiful skirts at ....
The largest showing of wash skirts to be found. Values can
not be equalled. Wash skirts in the new and exclusive styles
Shirred Top Blue Serge Skirts at $5.95
A very new style, and guaranteed all wool. Also in the Copenhagen
Good heavy taffeta, an exclusive
style, pleated top and belt <D*0-95
Black Taffeta Skirts
The newest exclusive style, shirred
top, in the very best "1 f"|-95
grade of black taffeta, at
A new feature department, in this fresh
stock of Cheney ribbons, known as
the best ribbon that can he bought. We
have the preltit st ribbons in all the new
floral patterns, new stripes and shepherd
;S"'Per 25c to 69c
Ribbons at 10c
An unequated value A good grade in all
colors Sizes to 100
Our Piece Goods Department
is Showing Wonderful Values
in Silks and Staples.
Full yard wide silk
36-inch flue bleached muslin, a
real 10c grade at.
27 inch voile and Swiss Houno- 25c
ings, real values to 75c
Curtain scrims in plain and
al bon'ered at
Waists at 25c!!!
A wonderful price, but the values are
wonderful too. Values to 75c.
\ large showing of unequalled values
in ladie ° waists at
48c and 69c
Wash Silk Waists 98c
A variety of patterns and styles, and
*el! worth to $2.00.
Crepe de Chene Waists
Made in very neat style* and a good
Flesh, white and cream.
A nice showing of embroidery
voiles and lace trimmed crepes.
Lingerie dresses in big values at $4.95
Just Received in
Our shoe department is gaining pop-
ularity every day. Newer styles,
better quality, lower prices.
Guaranteed Holeproof Hosiery
Wc are exclusive agents for this well known brand of hosiery for men and
women. Silk, lisle and cotton. The prices are standard.
fi iends who came to pay their
bute to the memory of mother.
Mother was little and frail; at hei
® For Your Child's Cough ®
l'retih lot just
,>-24 5tp of her son-in-law. He was in business, death she weighed only eighty
,. . .... .. ... ,. ii.. i . use Schiffmann s Concentrated hx-
but his joy in life was the cultivation pounds; but two specal trains weie pectorant positively contains no nar-
t_l:oi"e milch cow. K R. of flowers. She sat in the window and needed to carry her and those who COtic-s and perfectly hnrmless. Eases
FO i oALE
Kerby, 915 nth., I.awton.
Try a can Anchor brand solid pack
amnioth blackberries, only 43 cents.
J. L. J. Gwinn
REE DELIVERY. PHONE 587
A. H. T. A. REWARD.
The Anti Horse Thief As
sociation No. 155 of Rose
land offers the following
standing rewards for evi
denre that will lead to thf
recovery of property sto-
len from any member of
le Rnseland I.odge, and evidence to
n.vict thief: $10 for petty larceny
id $25 for grand larceny.
B. H. SAGEL. President
F. K0RT1I0USE, Fin Sec y.
o-24 It watched the flowers he planted; and loved her to the cemetery, and the the most stubborn Cough promptly,
she saw the world go by her window, tiaffic of a great railway system kept "id druggists refund money if not
FOR RENT—101:1 1) Ave., 4 room and smiled serenely as it passed. Her out of their way. , found tin \ii> lust, .ones tios.
modern house with stable. Apply to son came out from the city to see her In his private car the railway ; —
j First National Bank. 5-21 tf every week. He was employed by a president sat with the minister, and, DALLAS JOURNAL EXTRAS.
i L-reat railway, and he rose step by said, I have tried to carry into my !
business the ideals I learned of my • Italy seems to be already in up to
mother. I hoi e I have not failed to <lo its ankles.
s0." | Shoot-shooting in Portugal indi-
cates that the summer sport season
SICK HEADACHE. ' has opened early.
] Because a straw hat is centilated
Mrs. A. I- I.uekie. East Rochester js no reason why it should be used for
son,' she would say in her calm, even N. ^ ., w*as a victim ot sick headache a phonograph.
Have block in I.awton Heights and voice, "nothing really counts but and despondency, caused by a badly will Kansas City advise if its new
Sudan seed to plant same. Want to character," and Rememlier that weakened and debilitated condition of hotel, the Muehlcbach, is situate on
furnish land and seed for one half of duty never calls us to be in more than her stomach, when she began taking the Missouri side?
the crop. See J. M. Haynes at the one place at one time." Chamberlain's Tablets. She says. I
At last she passed away, with a found them pleasant to take,also mild
verse of Scripture on her lips. Hers and effective. In a few weeks' time
was a quiet funeral. The minister I was restored to my former good
read from her own Bible, and paid a health." For sale by all dealers.
simple tribute to her memory. It was —
I/)ST—A chair cushion from a seven dignified old fashioned and very beau- Was that . Yaqui declaration of
passenger car. Return to J. C. Tal- tiful. And although there was no war against Mexico the same one or
madge and receive reward. 5-2fi 5t publicity, the house overflowed with a new one?
FOR RENT—A three room house, step to be its president.
close in. See E. C. Blanchard at .Mother did not know how to run a
Goodners. 5-24 5tp railway, but she had a few simple
. maxims that directed her own life
WANTED—A good girl for general and constantly guided the judgment
housework. Apply Mrs. Jack 0f others who had more conspicuous
Kerans. 5-24 5t places to fill. "Remember this, ray
-Clean cotton rags at this
WkMievcr You Need a General Took
, The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
I chill Tonic is equally valuable
The Truly National Pish— 1
universally popular and equal- *
ly appropriate—served at the j
Home Dinner, the afternoon '
tea, between meals or at the $
most formal reception, and just
as healthful as it is delicious.
"Bui insist upon* *'
Ulazier Cream '
Served by discriminating drug- •
gists and confectioners. Be I
sure and order by name. J
Blazier Ice Cream :
A. JOHNSON, Goner.
(', Lawton, I'hone
General Tonic because it contains tlic " * ''' « e
well known tonic propcrtiesot QUININE ■ ■;
and IKON. It acts on ihe Liver, Drives i
;ut HaWria, Hnricbes the Blood and
ttuilds uo the Whole System
In the nnmc of Science, why ua.
SO cents, vaccinate against war?
as result |
nsas and I
nd was j
ood, an i
. r was
W. H. El
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