The Lawton Constitution (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 246, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 26, 1915 Page: 7 of 8
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The Municipal Judge shall certify
to the Commissioner of Public Safety
a copy of all second and subsequent
convictions of all persons for violation
of any provisions herein contained,
and upon said certificate showing such
convictions, the Commissioner of
Public Safety may suspend or revoke
th° license **** licenses of such con-
Repealing Other Ordinances.
■ pKCTlON NO. 20. All Ordinances
j v part-; of Ordinances in conflict
I herewith art hewby repealed.
SECTION' NO. 2). An emergency
is hereby declared and ordained to
exist, whereby it is necessary for tno
immediate preservation of the public
health, peace and safety of the inhab-
itants of the City of I.r.wton, tha.
this Ordinance -hull tfk? effe-t an,I
j.. in force from and after it :- -
it is ordained that
Of Mrs. CLappell, of Fire Yean
Standing, Relieved by CarduL
Mt. Airy, N. C.—Mrs. Sarah M. Char
pell of this town, says: "I suffered to
live years with womanly troubles, also
Bits of Byplay
By Luke McLuke
Copyright, 1016, ths Cincinnati
6tomach troubles, and my pu.iishmenl
was more than any one coula tell.
The man was suffering with storn
[ acb trouble, and he sought the advice
1 tried most every kind of medicine, ] 0f a doctor.
"You'll have to quit drinking," an-
nounced the doctor.
"I can't do that
but none did me any good,
I read one day about Cardui, the wo-
man's tonic, and 1 decided to try it. I
had not taken but about six bottles until
1 was almost cured. It did me more
pood than all the other medicines 1 had
liied, put together.
My friends be^an asking me whv I
looked so well, and 1 tola them at>ou;
Cardui. Several are now taking it."
Do you, lady reader, suffer from any
ol the ailments due to womanly trout!
this Ordinance take effect and he in such as headache, backache. 'sideachi\
force from and after its passage. 1 sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired
Passed and approved June 8th, j feeling?
1912. i If so. >t us urge you fo give Cardui a
GEORGE SHORT, trial, werteel confident it will help you,
Chairman of the Board.
FRED J. BEDFORD,
Secretary of the Board."
lust as it has a million other women in
the past half century.
Begin taking Cardui to-day.
won't regiet it. All druggists.
Writt 19 Chattanooga Mtclicina Co., Ladies'
Advisory Dec*-. Chattanooga, Tenn . for Sf*.iui
Initrufticni oi your case and 04 page book. "Home
Troaunent (or Women." in plain wrappar. N O. 194
To Owners and Drivers of Automo-
biles and motor-cycles.
You are hereby notified to call at
the office of the Commissioner of
Finance within the next ten days and
comply with section three of ordin-
I a nee No. 3Hi, which requires you to
I procure of the Commissioner of Fin-
1 ance a 1915 number plate. I also call i
| your attention to the fact that sec- j
tion No. 9 provides that no mulfler i
^-ut-out shall be used in the business j
ection of the city, and that vehicles j
'operated with an explosive type of en--]
sine must have a suitable exhaust j
mulflei'. Your attention is called to
section ten which provides, that the j
speed limit shall not exceed 8 miles
per hour within the lire limits and IB ,
miles per hour outside the fire limits. [
You are requested to comply with sec £
tion 15 by procuring at the office of J
Commissioner of Finance a Drivers i ♦
License. Section No. 4 requires all +
automobiles to carry two lights in 1
front of car and at least one rear ♦
light and all Motor Cycles one light •
iji front. i 4
Now listen boys a word to the wise J
is sufficient, the framers of thisordin- •
ance failed to make any provision «
whereby a Public Official might favor J
•i his political friends and punish those •
■ who have opposed him so it might be ♦
2 well for the fellow who feels that he , J
I just must turn loose on the high,
■ to give the following lines careful
I consideration. 9th street is within the
B city limits. All excuses for violating
|u this ordinance on and after June 1st
4 will be patiently heard in the Blue 4
jfyioom" by the Municipal Judge. Be
ft prepared to furnish a cash bond, as
; Rimonas, f'oker Chips, and "I owe
you" slips are not accepted by the
Clearing House since the New Cur-
rency Bill went into force and effect.
Commissioner of Public Safety.
The Two Distinct Types
of Eczema Can Be Re-
lieved Readily by lTsin
Dry Zcnsal or Moist Zen
sjl. Get it at all Druggists
argued the man.
"Oh. yes you can." replied the doctor.
"Every time you feel a craving for a
drink corning on Just cat an apple and
the craving will disappear."
"But how in Sam Hill 19 a man go-
ing to eat eighty or ninety apples
day?" demanded the man.
Gobs of Gloom!
Oh, pity tightwad Mi Kine!
lie certainly looks pained;
lie paid a whole dime for n shlnt.
And then It went and rained.
Here's a Real Sport.
Found.—In orchestra of tbe Liberty
theater Inst week, a fourteen learnt .
pold link ciitT button, with Initials B '
F. G. If previous owner will com- •
munieate I will match him as to who
gets both Box 10D, Bronx Home
News.—Ad in Bronx Home News.
Thin rltne will not offend, 1 trust,
For it's part of my wares.
But when u man If blind It must
Be hard to got up stares-
j CLEAN UP! I
i PAINT UP! |
♦ Get the best—
It Joe an Iceman?
Born, to Mrs. and Mrs. Joseph Crosl-
atto of East Brooklyn. Tuesday night,
a five pound boy, weighing nine
Do It Now!
Tou'tl save a lot
Of time I say.
If iou wilt swat
That fly lo<lay.
STAIN ANI) ENAMELS
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS
MOPS AND POLISHES
PHONE 39 i
j L. J. Lathram 1
"It says here that an archaeologist
has unearthed a lo:if of bread iu some
ruins in K^vpt," said Mrs. Gabb. "The
loaf is said to be 3.000 years old. and
it weighs sixty pounds."
"I'll bet some bride baked It for her
husband." growled Mr. Gabb.
Bald a worried young fellow named Hyde,
"I can tango, tnaxlxe and fiog glydv;
I can dance the what not.
The big dip and the trot,
But 1 can't learn the fall away slydel"
Names is Names.
R. I). Strait is couuty surveyor of
Muskingum eouuty. O.
In every walk of life
you'll find good old "Bull" Durham
Men of action, men with red blood in their veins, who do *he
world's work, and do it well, learn to appreciate things at then real
Worth. They are not fooled by frills — they demand honest Value.
These are the millions of men all over the earthy who find com-
plete, healthful enjoyment and lasting satisfaction in Bull Durham
These fresh, fragrant cigarettes they roll for themselves, theif
Own hands, to their own liking, from ripe, mellow Bull Durham
tobacco, suit their taste better than any ciga-
rette they can buy ready-made.
"Bull" Durham hand-made cigarettes are
a distinctive form of tobacco enjoyment —
wonderfully comforting and satisfying. Their
freshness and flavor are a revelation. Roll a
cigarette from "Bull" Durham today.
An Illustrated Booklet, show-
ing correct way to "RollYour
Own" Cigarettes, and a Pack-
age of cigarette papers, will both be mailed,
free, to any address in United States on postal
request. Address "Bull" Durham, Durham, N.C.
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
A . * for FREE
puckaf of '
tMith much 6c tack
So Have I, Iva.
Dear I.uke— Do you know that Iva
Tburst lives on Harrison street, Piqua,
O. ?—A Reader.
3rd St., First National Bide.
This is the time of year when
come to work in the morning feeing
like a vine-clad cottage and go home
in the afternoon loking like a Mexi-
can boarding house.
Firm and Subdu®d la Corract.
The bride was dressed in a blue trav-
eling gown of a firm texture, wblle ihe
bridegroom was dressed in a subdued
gray.— Buffalo News.
♦ FLETCHER ITEMS.
No excuse nowadays
(or the man who puts
meal in one saddlebag
and rocks in the other to
No excuse nowadays,
either, (or the merchant
who is satisfied with 5
or 10 per cent profit from
his advertising when with
4,} per cent ot extra efiort
he could obtain 20 or
30 per cent profit
Poor adver'.ising pays.
Good advertising pays
Intelligent readers of
this newspaper will ob-
serve that our merchants
are telling their selling
stories in an up to date,
snappy, effective manner.
Our business men are
alive. This paper is alive.
_____ (Times, May 21st!)
Things to Worry About. I L. Ansel White formerly of this
Wireless waves travel at a speed of „U( now of Lawton was a visit-
180,0(10 miles per hour. or here Sunday.
Our Oaily Sp.cial. 1 J. M. Fentress drove down to Law-
Kverv man has a lot of close friends ton Monday in his Overland where he
when lie tries to make a touch. spent several hours transacting busi-
Luke McLuke Say : ,
One reason why poker Is the great S. A. Jovner. county surveyor of
An interesting entertainment wasj Unfortunately, there are not
given at the school auditorium Mon- men and women who regard anything
day night by the Male Quartette, a bj,rgain that they can buy on credit
reader and singer of the Cameron:
State School of Agriculture of Law- ; yoUR CHILD'S COIKJH IS A CALL
ton. This entertainment was secured FOR HELP.'
by the tnanagers of the lyceum
course as the last number of the; Don't put off treating ^ your^ Ckild^
] Cough. It not only saps their strength
'but often leads to more serious .ail-
S. A. Joyner, county surveyor
game is because you do not Lawton was here Friday doing some
♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ *1$
Cotton Rags Wanted at ♦ , ♦
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
♦ Clean Cotton
♦ this office.
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25th Annual Reunion
Tickets will be on sale May 28
to June 1, inclusive, good for
return passage until June 10.
Extension of limit to June :I0
may be obtained by depositing
ticket with Validating Agent at
Richmond, and paying a vali- «
dating fee of 50 cents. ^
There will be a J
Special Train t
Oklahoma City ♦
Leaving Oklahoma City
3:00 P. M„ May 29
Ask the Frisco Agent for par-
ticulars. If you want to join
the U. C. V. Special, he will
reserve your sleeping car space
C. O. JACKSON
Division Passenger Agent
liave t" wait until tbe "e*t day and get more work for the city in the ceme-
a newspaper to sec whether you won or t^j-y,
Women do not keep up wllb the - - - — -
news. but they do the best they can. A
woman can always tell you on lliuis-
<|ay what was in the pfi|>ers on Monday.
Suite marriages result so happily that
I lie wife judges the husband's true
worth by tile amount of insurance he
Maybe If a woman would talk less
her rhisbaud would talk more and she
wouldn't have to do so milch guessing.
It Is hard to make some people be-
lleve flint a falwhood is as oi'ihtv hh a
, The flame of love is a grand thing
But it takes a weekly pay envelope to
keep the l>"t boiling after you get mar
The trouble with a lot of the suffra-
gette* Is that they carry their platform
: la their faces. I
1 Why Is it that when a man buys a
mechanical luiublebug on wheels lie
thinks lie has to wear a leather cap and
gloves and a pair of goggles or people
1 wouldn' t think be had anything on a
j Vaiiderhllt cup winner?
i l)o not complain because the lad who
was graduated from college bad to
take a $12 a week job selling groceries.
He might have developed Into a genius,
i and then his family would have had to
, support him.
If the Smithsonian Institute ever In-
tends to make a collection of American
stuffed idiots it had better get busy
now before some of tbe state legisla-
tures adjourn and the specimens scat-
ter to their native barnyards.
If a man's fingers are crooked from
hard work he Is ashamed of them. But
If he got tlieni crooked playing baseball
lie is mighty proud of them.
What has liecome of tbe oldest Odd
Fellow who used to die every now and
('beer up! What you consider bad
luck would tie regarded as good luck
by some people.
F.veii w hen you find a woman button-
ing hrr shoe with a hairpin she will
deny ♦bat she e'er goes from one ex
trenie lo the other
Will Relieve Your Indigestion
ments. Why risk? You don't have to
Dr. King's New Discovery is just the
remedy your Cnild needs. It is made
with soothing, healing and antiseptic-
balsams. Will quickly check the Cold
and soothe your Child's Cough away.
No odds how bad the Cough or how
ltng standing, Dr. King's New Dis
covery will stop it. It's guaranteed
Just get a bottle from your Druggist
and trp it. •
If Vou Hope to Save Your Baby's Life Kill the
•est city in ]
> Death Ttj
n Kansas ]
-ed from (J
ood, an eii
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■ado at T^
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The Lawton Constitution (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 246, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 26, 1915, newspaper, May 26, 1915; Lawton, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc128777/m1/7/: accessed December 3, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.