The Lawton Constitution (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 271, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 24, 1915 Page: 3 of 8
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THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION
HARRY K. THAW SAVES DAUGHTER
Harry K. Thaw in now beimr tried j Taylor, Hobart; J. Brooks, Ok-
iK-fore a jury >° determine whether h«- 0f Mother no Doabt Pre- lahoma City: G. C. Brooke. lawton;
... iniiane. Thin is the biggest 1 *
LISTS OF GUESTS
at medicine park
,s sane or insane. This is the biggest; . i i w- J- Williamson, I-awton; E. B. Jef-
. of foolishness we ever heard of. ventl Daughter's Untimely End. frey, Oklahoma City; Geo. Sutter, Car'
Our plan would be to give him a cup negie; Dr. Sanders, Carnegt N. K.
f (.winco coffee and after he had fin. j j Mitchell and wife. Carnegie; Ota
I" i„<t drinking it. ask him if it wa ' Ready, Ky.—" I was not able to dc Mitchell,*' ; negie; E. E. Olim-c. Ok-
I' . cu| fee he ever tasted, and ■ anything for nearly six month >, write - t ■ 1. ' . Ki.epi i
■ 1 • ■ ■ , Mr . Uura Bratrher, of this place, "and Dave TboMM, oklahoma
was down in bed lor three months. ma "- >• ' JV* , „rit,..
I cannot tell you how I suffered with City; J R. MoKnigh , ( . .
| my head, and with nervousness and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sinex, Oklahoma
he ever tasted, and , . .L ,'
.... . . , Mrs. Laura Bratclter, of this place,
if he replied ^ Es. that would entitle ■ was down in bed lor three months,
him to " permanent release from the j
|as>lum at once.
nviurn ni ,•
I non the other hand, if he said he womanly troubles.
ICity; Mr. and Mrs. J°e Wolf, Lawton;
I I .It!r.r"usi^ as Kiod or better. he! Our family doctor told my husband he Joh'„' fonnor] Lawton; Mr. and M>-
be sent hack to Ma.te.wa, a,d ,<aWt°" ; s
but he did Jot help me. .Lenna,. Lawton. MI Nina (.ore.
At last, ,ny mother advised me to take Lawton; Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kindei
Cardui, the woman's tonic. I though! n„|,art VV M Favors, Pallas; Kol
it was no use for 1 was nearly dead and , , j, \\
nothing seemed to do me any Rood. But Robertson an 1 u . ■ • .
I took eleven bottles, and now I am able Bird, Oklahoma City; M H. Stewart,
to do all of my work and my own Oklahoma City; Mrs. M. B. Stewart,
washing. Oklahoma Citv; Chaplain Sutherland
I think Cardui is the best medicine in , ... sm x L Faught
the world. My weight has increased, '•>"">■ 1 ',T rnrhr„, M
I _ . > . — ~i " ! Bnj wife. Lawton; M. 1. ( ocnran.
t.\tra guard placed over him,
Mich a person should not be allowed
| to run at large.
(JWINCO Coffee, !'> to 4."> cents.
J. L. J. Gwinn
KltEE DELIVERS . I'HONE 3S7
•' IIIC WUIIU. I'lJ '• •'
> and I look the picture of health.
A. H. 1. A. REWARD.
The Anti Horse Thief As-
sociation No. 465 of Rose-
land offers the following
i standing rewards for evi-
1 dence that will lead to the
XV Vv recovery of property sto-
® len from any member of
the Roseland Lodge, and evidence to
convict thief: *10 for petty larceny,
and $25 for grand larceny.
B H. SAGEL, President
A. F. KORTHOUSE, Fir. Sec'y.
■ IIU I IUUK IIMi piviww wi iivuiiim | —u
If you suffer from any of the ailments tus; C. A. Swyney. Oklahoma « i y;
peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui j)r p jr. Rosenberger and wife,
today. Delay is dangerous. We know Noble, Oklahoma
it will help you. for it has helped so (.randfieiu, .i. >i. u ,
many thousands of other weak women City; J. R- Cottingham, Oklahoma
in the past 50 years. i City; J. D. Hutton, Mt. Park; A. J
At all druggists. 'Creamer, Oklahoma City; Albert Cox,
rw//f Ch tt noo|i Madlcln* Co., Ladiei Oklahoma City. J. T. Hughes, Okla
AdTijory Dew Cha'.t r.'jol T«n .. tar _... , h Oklahoma
on youtc«. i.d «4 p gibock Horn. , homa < llj ,
TrMMotnt for Woman.' moitia wr^op«r. n.c. 1st cjfcyj Nick Byine, Lawton, < • i . i a>
■ Lawton; Harry D. Dakin
A.nd Hasine-s-f Cards
JOHN F. THOMAS
♦ Practice in All Courts <
4 *t* *>-0*1700 Bids Uwteo, "ki.i, <
« FAIN & YOUNG •
♦ J. A. Fain John M. Young ♦
4 Wolverton Bldg. ' ,,r 11 J
♦ Lawton. Oklahoma
ADVERTISED LETTER LIST
June 23, 1915.
Davis, Jay; Duke, A. it.; French.
G. F.; Giles, M. C.; Harris, Lucy;
Holt, Pauline; Johnson, Mrs. Sallie;
Lancaster, Allen; Louisa, John; Luico,
Toma; McCurdy, Arvilla; Maddox, O.
H.; Matson, W. H.; Shawver, Beu a:
I Youts, J. L.
Dunches, Myrtle; Warmer, T. J.
Cornett, J. J.; Dorfen, C L.; Hast-
ings, Henry; Hill, Mamie; Hill, Henry
ton, Lawton; Harry i>. uuin. Kins
fisher; J. C. McClure and family, Law-
ton; I„ B. Ross and family, l awton,
Mr. and Mrs, C. H. Hogan, Fletcher
('has. Lewis, lawton; Lester Tomlin
son, Lawton; Elizabeth Lewis, Law-
ton; Ruby Kussell. Lawton: Maruaret
Young. Lawton; Mr. and Mrs. P. B.
McCallester, Marlow. H. C. Smythe,
Marlow; Wade Smythe, Marlow; Jesse
Dempsey, Marlow; Mr. and Mrs. C.iles
Todd, Mallow; Miss Cleo Lyle. Mar-
low; H. C. Gibson, Oklahoma City; C.
I„ Bridges, Oklahoma City; N. P. Col-
lins, Anadarko; Curtis Burke, Chicka-
sha; Jot Hart, Chickasha; J. L. Lewis
Hill, D. L.; Hill, C. A.; Hill, Otelia; and family, Lawton; T. Floyd Monier,
Morrison, Mrs. A.; Maddox, 0. M.; Lawton; Ed Shoemaker, Lawton; Don
Rigsby. Tobby. , Gross, Lawton ; Rich. Turner, Lawton;
All of the above list remaining un- Neil McDuffie, Lawton; W. H. Sims,
called for two weeks from date will Lawton: Parmenter, Lawton;
be sent to the dead letter office. Owen Amphelett, Apache; Helen Lob-
When calling for any of the above de'l, Apache; Bernice Kelley, Apache,
lict please give date. Tom Glick. Lawton; C. Mc. Callum
ROBERT LANDERS, Postmaster. an(j wife, Oklahoma City; C. C. Shull,
j — ] a'vkm; Blanche Graham, Lawton;
• ! K .,r.thr.:?«Y ,, . wife. Sayre, Okl.,
♦ i i ftwi'-<rnt. « ' :« ill « l J H.'l«.« 3 • p *i
♦I I 3 KijANNjLUMcElyra, Sayre, Okla.; < V
I' SoTp hv llboVsTS EVFifYWHLRE Hunter, Grandfield; J. D. Cronin, Chi-
rn'««« ««« ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ I
« Wm. 1). McBee * J •
♦ ♦ ♦ «
♦ W. C. HENDERSON
♦ Attorney and Counselor at Law
<* Phone 37.'i
♦ Stevens-Galyon Building
A Fresh Morning, a Fresh Mount
and a Fresh-Rolled Cigarette
good. P- 'Otacco.
A.h for FREE par*-
ugc of "paper*
u/ith mach 6c $ach
To millions of experienced smokers throughout tKe world
DurharrT means much mere than a particular brand of smokm*
tobacco — it stands for a distinctive Jorm ot
tobacco enjoyment, incomparably attractive,
delightful, satisfying. No other tobacco has that
wonderful, original, unique fragrance ot Bull
Durham. No other cigarettes have the same
delicious smoothness, freshness and mellow-
sweet flavor of "Bull" Durham hand-made
cigarettes. You can only appreciate this when
you learn to "roll your own".
An Illustrated Booklet showing correct
r* rv r V* way to "Roll Your Own" Cigarettes, and
I a package of cigarette papers, will both
be mailed, fret. to any address in U. S. on request
Address "Bull" Durham. Durham. N. C.
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
Will Practice in All Courts
, Koeliler HIiIr Hione 305
♦ Lawton. Oklahoma «
<■ JOHN MANNING ' ♦
• Lawyer 4 ♦
« Practice in all coiirls- ♦
♦ First Notional Bank Building * ♦
« I'lione 278 ^ ♦
Good reliable men wanted to sell Singer Sewing
Machines in town and country. Good wages Ref-
erence and team required. We ha-e the following
points open to contract: Chattanooga, Comanche
n0 Carnegie, Caddo Co.; Hinton,.Caddo Co., Min-
co Grady Co.; Fletcher, Comanche Co.; Blanchard-
McClain Co.; Marlow, Stephens Co.; Ryan, Jeffer-
Singer Sewing Machine Co.
CHICKASHA, OKLA. JOHN LARNER, Mgr.
* DR. II. W. SMITH ♦
% Dentist 4
4 I bird F*oor in Koehler Bulldln* ♦
4 Ph'jne 9. ;j . A
« E. B. DUNLAP T
• Physician and Surgeon ^
Offlfe Hours 10 n.m. to 1! m.
. 2 to 4 p m.
♦ first National Bunk Bldf, 2nd Floor «
1 Office Pliooe ir.-Kes. I'hone T35 ♦
A better track means
better time ^
♦ DR. G EORCi E PUGH
♦ i X
♦ Office Phone 22 Be*. Phone 81 •
« I)R. JOHNSTONE,
« Physician and Surgeon.
« Over Jones Drug Store
♦ Special Mtention to "Diseases
♦ of c hildren" and "Laboratory
« Office Phone 1««8 Bes 11 07 ♦
•ago; 1). E. 'Barnes and wife, Hemp-
■■tend, Texas. R. A. Rasmusson and
wife, Grandfiled; Mr. end Mrs. t . M. j
Jones. Grandfield; Harry Smith am.',
wife. Grandfield; Miss Mabel Darnell, |
Marlow; Miss Lilly Stover, Marlow; 1
Hetlrert Darnell. Marlow; Clyde Stan- |
tc.i, Marlow; Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Crit-
tenden, Mangum; Mr. and Mrs. M. M.
Ynv.rg,'Mftiguni; Stanley Williams
and wife, Oklahoma City; Kuleigh
Barker, H"h;iit; Leonard White, II"
bart; Miss Jane Kelsey, Hobart; Miss
I Lela Santnine, Hobart; Miss Ramsey
I Anadarko; Miss Trocden, Anadarko:
' R. P. Gillette, Anadarko; O. 11. Brack,
Anadarko; Mr. nnd Mis. 1'ammel,
Chickasha; Jack Kilgore, Chickasha;
Mrs. L. C. White, Hobart; H. C. Brat-
ton, Hobart; Cecil Sandford, Chicka-
sha; J. M. Breckenridge, Ft. Worth,
TexAs; Jack McLaren, Hobart; Ale<
Whitten, Hobart; Jack Tockler, Ho-
bart; Lillian Robb, Wauseon, Ohio'
Farmers Champion. (
The stork visited the home of Lee
Nix on route :i Thursday, leaving a
bouncing baby boy.
Miss Lorene Wolcott went to Guth-
ie Monday for u visit with her grand-
Mrs. Fred Studyvin and Miss Ada
Harrel were passengers to Lawton
Will Daviti and family, of Lawton,
came up Saturday and visited over
Sunday at the home of his brother,
S. M. Davis.
11. K. Thompson, who has been prin-
cipal of the Lincoln school in Lawton,
has been appointed an assistant in the
| office of State Auditor Howard, to be-
| gin July 1.
I H. P. Rosacker of the Elgin Mer
cantile Co., was in Lawton Friday and
purchased a new Ford auto, which he
drove to Elgin the same evening.
Chris Magnussen of Sterling was there
also and drove out a new Ford with
' A couple from Wulter was married
last week at Frederick and the young
man handed the minister $2 asking
! him at the same time what he charg-
ed. Upon replying that he did not
, make any charges the young man ask.
jed him to give one dollar back, which
Saturduy night the barber shop at
Sterling was entered and robbed, the
thief taking all the barber tools. It
has not yet been proven who the guil-
ty party is but the people have a
strong suspicion. Two fellows were
located at Fletcher Sunday but they
did not prove to be the right ones.
( Subscribe for the Constitution.
E. W. Roberts and family, Dallas, Tox- :
E. Miller, Chickacha; W. A. Sulk- \
lev, Chickasha; N. W. Hollister, Chick-
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well kn"wn tonic properties of QUIN IN H
and I RON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
cut Malaria, Enriches the Blood end
Builds uo the Whole System. 50 cents.
Store Your Grain
How many times during past years could
you have doubled your money by holding your
grain for the advancing market? It pays to
be ready. This bin may double your profits
this year. It provides a safe, dry storage for
shelled or threshed grain.
♦ Facilities for Turkish and all •
♦ modern Health Baths, with spe- •
♦ cial features and individual at- ^
♦ tention superior to other Health
♦ Resorts. DB. C. W. BAIRD.
♦ Specialist in Chroinc Diseases.
4-28 12t Medicine Park.
W. 0. w.
RMeets every Thuri
rJ >y night, 8 o'clock, at
Carney Hall, 1th Street, oppowu
postofflcc. t ,
C. W. SIMPSON, Clers.
to St. Louis and Kansas City
Bv reason of the extensive improvement work which has
recently been completed, resulting in a better, smoother
track, the Frisco announces schedules a> follows.
Arrive St. Louis
Arrive Kansas City
. 7:50 a.m.
The train equipment is as pood as the running time; elec-
tric lighted coaches and chair cars and drawing room
sleepers. Fred Harvey meals. The roadbed has beer
thoroughly overhauled, and is in tiptop shape.
Detailed information and sleeping car reservations
may be had by writing, telephoning or calling upon
s. D. LEGGETT, Agent LAWTON, OKLA
Ice Cream !i
The Truly National Dish-
universally popular and ecjual-
ly appropriate—served at the
Home Dinner, the afternoon
tea. between meals or at the
mos formal reception, and just
as healthful as it is delicious.
"But insist upon**
■Served b; discriminating drun-
; gists and confectioners. Be
| sure and order by name.
Blazier Ice Cream
; J. A. JOHNSON. Owner.
529 C, Lawton. Phone
The Boardman Metal Grain Bin
A Sure Profit Marker For You
The Boardman Bin has lasting strength—it is easily
constructed-i fircproof-ratproof—waterproof. t i
built like the famous lioardman Silo—with the rcha
Boardman angle iron joint lap for strenBth c "ia
terial is the best galvanized metal. It is capable ot hv.
to ten times the strain it can eceive.
Get Ready for the Big Harvest-Build
Your Bin Now-You Won't Have Time
Later on---lnveitigite TbU Now
Come to the store and see what you think of
this bin We honestly believe that it is the best
Grain Bin on the market. Your inspection and
criticism is invited. Call and look it over on
your first trip to town. Don't put it off—be pre-
pared for the big harvest.
rliwr you *
Too Much at
that the Eng-
(king steps to
of the time
las been goinff
and the gin*
ire and pi
e tiermatu in
rove out the
later they ra-
is the Dn
• office els
r, they were
ar office ad-
ept at a few
it is under-
e not obser-
<d the Unit-
it if this ba
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