The Lawton Constitution (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 269, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 22, 1915 Page: 2 of 4
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THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION
CON -1 IT I TI O.N COMPAX ^
Pnwdiat 4 Mgr
or«TCtAL cui vn PAPER.
fst crwk v U at>d cut the *w •
l, food rME wwquito*.
"Hie AriiMU. ore of the roo-t p<
«rfol and modern V*ttie*hip« yet built,
fct.2 jast beee lauoebtd.
Some men are torn grtoU M me
adhere greatae**, whiie r-ttier* are
rf great at all
Of coerre the mar. who ft rut# is a
strstt*-, but ft ftrur* * >j-t a •inji-
ter and never is a man.
Many a man carries a load of true
bottled ap in hi* heart and j
thinks lo pal) the cork.
T*e tieaxrxKm* wealth of the Lmt* i
*4 States beyond compute. But the®
we are not tne L".S. Flip us that dol- '
lar on t.
It e t-a:«J that II • '*•,'•.000 men
kare beer l«st -:nce I><e *ar .tarted
la Eum-f That U an appa,><.r.g rjm-
Save the Total Cost of Your
We can show you how to do this.
We can save enough of your operator's time—over and
j hove her usual speed—to balance the total cost of the machine.
This isn't a matter of argument. It is simply a matter
We wish to demonstrar to vou a mechanical reature
that does all this—and more.
Its name is the Column Selector. It is a Remington
invention—used only on Remington-made machines.
The Column Selector eliminates tme-wasting hard
How does it do this?
We can show vou better : -.an we can tell you- and
seeing is believing.
Co* as tmr ( JLe tons otto«
t by o
r +zy. ?z.t—wr > J hM
our iaenano:: to see * ien: : astr«:>oa A the Ren;-
.afton Column Selector. We srill t* glad to show you bow
mach time it ftaees—ard jus: bow the sav-.sg is de-
li you cannot call, we w-.ll t« glad to demonstrate the
Cotemn Selector i« * -* of. t. Call . r write. No ot>kga-
Remington Typewriter Company
219 N. Broadway oklahoma City
G€riij T*;<■«: :'fr, Piuau-Pt; &c IcteruLv^. Exj r ii*j>a
Just a Little
is needed to eive a
generous Quick deans*
iiifl lather, in hard or
soft water, for tbe rea-
son it is economical,
and preferred t>y man
who have tried it.
Voor Dealer SefU ft
Cor.tir.aec from Page One)
NEW ROAD LAW SOON
e*sary foi* al} owner* to ae<cure cor-
rect data in this rega*c The formula
is i&sed on the bore of the yiir.t>r.
on a ratio of one thousand cyl:r>der
feet per minute acd will be famished
ty the de:«artmer,t so that it wiH te
ea*y to jetermme the prvier raUaC-
In «-ome few instances the advertised
the -ame. the latter particularly .t
the hieh priced rar—and «iraa*e!j
erx uirh. the Ford car—advertise^ al
20 horse isomer i# rated at 22 A. L 6
A- >1. TSe department of highways,
however, has or. hind a book contain-
ing every knowr make and model with
the two rates given so that all infor-
mation will be available t the proper
("ili bttH t Ikad.
T> e*e will be no more city tags is-
sued to pmite owner*, but there is
nothing in the law orohibiting rronie-
palitiet from licensing livery cars oi
prowding traffic ordinances. The iaw
however, lays down general rules of
the road which are also available at
the highway departr>ent-
The funds received from the auto 1 -
cer«e are distributed a« follows: 10 per
cert iroes to the slate trea-ury and
the other 1*0 per cent to tne cot*nties
frorr which it is collected. Of that
arr - '.t 2-"- per ent goe- to t:e* of
the \first clas# and thc«>e under tbe
mission form of government from
which auto money is co'kcted. Auto-
m<^i3e« are exempt from any kind of
taxation apart from the U:en«e by the
is Great Food
I LKTl HKK :IK -
Som* of *J* e ft*rr. fin*r . ia] pi-
There ra*y be a few wbo« der.«er>T -
. ?urroundf then in a mist of fci^kioo
i bat humanity as a whole it geserout
pert are now talVin* aboo: a colt«= 5 l,r«i. fair. ar,o :« always mem
•hortare. wt the farmer- wlii not be f. Wber. the rty ! arr. thai .e,-
nacbt. The object it to induce the -* «-U t* able to occupy a pinnacle
jiantirr tf a heaiy acreage in the from whi," '■e can nxk dowd jfK-
aovth next year.
nmer*\3 ^hem ^ - tnei
m their wai's could t*
heaven. It is aiway<
The ftate boar^ of affairs i* arrar.g
ing for a canning factory to l< estab-
hihed at the feritentiary to take care
<d all the products raioec on the ! j i
farm at the stale pnson.
stii. more aflvjsi e 10 ! -«e i*.
the person who pointed to him as one the rr JU r.«tead t>f -<.mir g it t roai
who should be denies the j-nvilege of cast jn iht heart of a fine ccmmuniv
werkirgc whete e must be trusted. of er-erretjc and respertab>^ pe* le.
!4t, ?e«Ue reader, you do not *«
vm aaythi' ir Yoor sub«cnpt>oo it ei-
ther paid :d advance or you are
tarryiag iround some of our T*;->ey.
A better track means
better time ^
C. M. Martin, v
ing a medical ~<cbi
the jast tvo year
i * the pra :>:« of m«v. . .e and surg-
•r*". returned to hi? home here Friday
night, having c^jHewa his fourth
year and received a ;:t t&Aa. We have
not learned as to where he will take
Bp the practice of his profession.
Mr« H. C. Smith an : laughter, Mias
La^e. of Harris. Mo, arrived here
>- day afterr.■> wu) -per : a
week visiting at the heme of Mr. and
Mr-. S. G. Smith an«: Hi* er Smith,
their son* and brothers.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. WIliMs board
ed the aftei~noo.". train nerv M* nday
to aecoxapa«.y the remains .tirs.'
^ ":::oci - sister. V - T. B Ske :« n
who died in a h<> >ital at Norman.
"fc-JL, Saturday *r>omin^ of that !rea-
Tomorrow Mnminl, serxe this
appetizing hrtakias; — Supreme
Bacf«n and Supreme Kits: and
for a certainty, you'll hit the mark
in flavor and quality. There's the
same dependable g<K dness in
the*e two Morris foods that
you'll alwa> s find in all
made in spotless Morris kitchen*,
as carefully as you would do it—
if >ou could. Here are some of
them: Supreme Ham, Supreme
Boiled Ham. Supreme Lard, Su-
preme Butter, Supreme Cheese,
Supreme Canned Meats. The
Supreme dealer near you is a good
man to find. He's a dependable
storekeeper. Get to know him.
"It's Aluay$ Safe to Say Supreme'*
THIS t5 THE TRADE KaU 0* EYLJlT
I BOX OF GENUINE TEETHLSA
Morris & Ccmpaivy
iMMal Wart at Special Price# that
Save Ym at Least <h e*half Whn ;
STAR PALM.ESS DENTISTS
5SJ ) ! f
Urti r • ^ork LOW
White CrtMf AS
FilKa(* iW. I p.
Yaa raa aford lo p.> raitreari
far* far miles- t® patraaM u. >tti
tkew a« w«e>.
DR. W. A. EVANS.
• For Oklahoma: Tor.ieh'
• Wedntsday, ?enerall> fair.
to St. Louis and Kansas City
tt*a t .
TULSA WOMAN WINS,x
NOW FEELING FINE
By r>vt-on m' \h- v\t -t>s' - in
tra<-l. ti*- Kri- iinnoun
Amvt St Louis
Arrive Kansas City
The tr;iin e«|uij m—lit i- a- i;.-
t' irhted "ii-iie- an<l -i
- ^':.^1 Hanw
thorouahlv overhauled, and
F ARM KOP. S.
! P-rce ntMNufc
Rt- Be x 2<*.
8 15 am
8 15 a m.
3:25 n m
Tx<j Jvifetf or
se! them and f
?f eiri with a' a
H 1. \. REH AR15.
The Anti Hor«e Th ef Aa
-t ion No. cf Rgk
ard offers the fo'.lowicf
« ftarcirg rewards 'or evi
' tV 'Ir oence that tad to thf
^ O recovery of proper y sto-
.en from aty lender of
't,e kese - ' O Lodge, and ericence t<
cooTKt thief: $10 for petty larceny
and $25 for grand arrern.
B H. SAGEL. President
A f. KORTHOUSE. Fir. Secy.
The Truly National Di>h—
universally popular and equal-
*y ap \ nute ?erred *: the
Home T>inrer. the aften^oon
tea between uveal* or . t the
mo> reception.a&: ju-t
-But ia«ist apofl"
enfr - di>^ :n*.:"atir.g crug-
gi>ti i.-c eonfec" loners Be
-are and o.der by ;ame.
Blazier Ice Cream
'•2s ' . L-w;;. y* .
ued jisej"e pellagra fiom v. ;_h
Kad been jaffe: .ng for several year5
lo Mangum. Ok la . here burial took
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Andrew Cole of Ok-
ihorra City came down Saturday
isfct arH. went out to the home of Mrs
Rebecca Cole, mother of Mr Coie.
where -hey visited until Sunday af-
Judge J. A. HueHe> madt a usioe
trip :o Inciiahoma today.
We are clesir g out automolaie f
re station at >11 Fourth street ^
coupon« will t* redeem*- the ^
hill Garajre, corner "-th ai . E.
PIERCE OIL CORP* 'RATION.
$ $ o § 0 $ o a $ a $
a Painful Coughs and Bron-0
a chitis Promptlv Relieved O
a 0 o a o 0 0 a a a 0 0
*'*r i ounees Schiflmanr, s foncen-
:rated Expectorant. Befides. puarar-
tet-a to pve perfect satisfaction or
your money returned by j " ... Bro-.
Try a Conrtitotioii Wtrt Ad.
Yes—We Have It
Ac-i we boMstiv beijere that
if tbe best hair tonic on the ZLaike;—
50c a bouie. Sold only by ja.
r*ts C I Swes, 0u^« **** Jn #D.rt Cl-v
Tvt r«4 r«o r- • 'hniaarati
• tfc- ^
r M ivHl
« . t
MORE LIVE STOCK
EVERY lOl NTRY H \S ITS PE( I L-
IAK NVTI'KVL \D\ WTAt.ES. S« ME
(itlSTjntS VRE ESI'ETI\l.n ADAI'T-
[> TO I HE OF CERT\|\
l*R0rST.\BLE MONEY C ROI'S. (>l K
MUNTRY. OX ACCOl'NT OF ITS CLI-
MATE. IS RATHER ADAPTED TO THE
GROWING OI FEED CBOP8 A/ID THE
I'KOIIK TIOX oh l.lVESTtK K E I E-
-IKE IS EVERY WAV TO ENCOURAGE
OUR CUSTOMERS IX THIS lllRECTIoX.
\XD \RE WILLING TO LOIN MONEY VT
IJEASOXABLE KATES itF INTEREST FOR
CITIZENS STATE BANK
may be had by arm
: - eepinir car r
Mr*. Wyatt't Doctor Sa d She Cculd *
Not Uve. but She -Fee'i S D LEGGETT A^eUt
Mr*. Mary *>Vyatt of 107 Cico «t .
aoe. Tulsa, Ofcla. bad aeriooa atotcacb
tremble tor nearly tlx rears For about
;wo years of that time the doctor*
k*l4 tti.it the was In the gravest dan-
* r. She took Mayr * VoataW Rejo-
tdy and found relief. She wrote:
1 hare taken the full treatment of
yoar wonderful remedy. I hare been
ufi«ri.cc from itomach trooble for
sevly aix > oars, and after I took the
im dt ? I felt like a Dew woman.
Two years a«o a doctor told me I
could Dot lire a year. bat. tbaskj to
Mayr"* Wonderful Remedy, I do ot
hare any troable with my stomach any
*ayr"a Wonderful Remedy fires per-
Bawent reaslts for stomach. User and
hitisiiaal ailments. Cat as much and
whaler rr roa Uke. No more distress
aRer eating pressure cf gas in the
Meatacfc and around tbe heart. Get one
hattle of your druggist now and try It
oa an absolute guarantee-If not aatit-
Zwiery money will be returned.
to the Hamon Bldg., 323 D Avenue
With increased room and a better place to
display goods, a much larger stock of ready-
to-wear will lje carrit I.
Also a larger stock of cloths from \\hich
to have vmir suits made to order.
| MEN S NEW SHOES |
a Hjmnc plactd a fleck « , SIEV8 HWM SHOES In coRRrriiM ' ^
! J "J repair work I iil he pirated ta *ha irrmiomy CHfeHMVa. ?
; I aKo Ha*e «omr ne« «achtr. -> and «-w?io>ed an ♦ \ ♦
j# ^ert shoemaker, which ill enable Me lo take can repair a
^ irade neatly and promptly. j
♦ Kei^' ir.her r carr> a laree -taci of Kf WB HEELS- ♦
! A. F. YOUNG JT C I renitc |
eeee s ee e«
FRESH CANDIES ARRIVED TODAY
MtSIXE CHERRIES. ASSORTED CHOCOLATES AND JOURDAX
Try a Cberri Mrlka Su^r al wr Fcaatair sad tfl i«sr tirkrts lor
a mi of ditfce* dr«s « > e rrr Saiar4a< at 1 a'rlork.
-ir OEXI E
See the New Yacht
Jom unloaded a ear load. Ha«e retained <or which is on r\hi«
Hilton m our *al«-* mam.
The Lawton Garage
R. i nt i a^ami.k cars al cab rat«- far cfly
—— PHONE 136
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