The Lawton Constitution (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 151, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 2, 1916 Page: 4 of 4
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THS LA WTO* COWBTmmOH
IF IT'S irrw W1 HAVE IT
Erwr Depsnmer: Ix Orcr Suwe Is
Showrag Adr&ace Spnag
i'iakifjr r*ad IC t Endown
tert or me deeer of Arabia it
quite s difiera: propomUot
f rvm t*kmg uread ic our nt^-
e— -a differ*
ence ttw poop* of tiu* con-
ha. that delicious flavor that
€it a pjace distinctively
its m ir bcn«( where "pcic
eaun*" s appreciated. The
same thing is tnM- of our
ALLEGED DISCREPANCY Of)
LAND LOAN DEALS Of STATE
OKLAHOMA cm- Feh. 2. —
Pri.ir to January l. lSli. the aciof.
ism comnuss ms tierie *56 "OS
trim! land manry u Roger Mi..1
uokjt as tmnd seerUs an)y M7.00'
wberea* \rt 1*13 0! -inch that
amout.t was loaned sho-id bav* hat a
value off $11,44*; therttsre, ti* serur-
fails to row* ti* reqr-'rera«*ts cf
the statute by SM.S>5
"T. M Miller. srhiie duef clerk is
tie -rhea! land Department. daw,,
t salary ef I '.MX a y«ar. saved fl(*.-
.42 it cash; the business with whirr
he t connected a; Cbeyeoae did «<:
A uw mor. prominent! ar income a- raocated by fas
iuimu iwt, who last ^ kCroa u- ""I «* *« uld ^ «*-
Timcitty 7. Roper, father of
Ortouer. wttfc his wife and young** ' "" opportunity to explain the
sou Lew, moved to our town freer w-ree of 1" incfMn*
Beaver county, departed tlut life, af ! '* sratem-ru contair i
trr a year of ir.t«m e suffering, Jar. •,lr rtvori '' •" mve u«««aoe maat
tt the hear., of hs daughter. £*potj Examiner arid Inspect
Ehsa, at Gorit, Mo. where h re- L E C*1"33 "to*™ *> **** ■ *- =
•nam, were laid U, rest. Sunday. Jas-j"? ,>u : ^ oepartment pr.
• 5e had attained the rip* aft of 77
I >eart, 6 months aui 1! days. r
; horn. ir. Katbpor. Ohio. Aujtik-
• 1 — WaJtert !Sr* Era
• JACK HO* ENSTJNE WIMEK1NC
j Sanitary Bakery j
Goo: to choice heavies ..
Best butcher? ..
Med. to jrood butch, mix.
Oomr* ' to ro^diuie mix.
*Ju*t come over to pet avar from
♦be ooid wentb^jRaid Jack How-
°ftHM of Livtoc. the weil-loNwit
Ira6er, who is spexiding a fe«r aaye
ic xh+ capital He has Use® miliififr
arouiid with the bop at the yards
%*id takir.r in the Segadsbire. There
• htt> trad * f in oor section,'* he
said, becauae the feiiow who has
cattle, knows bow much they art'
worth and wont take l*ss, and the
fellow who reed* them says they
re too high. We have jAs of foed
and everybody is sitting easy.*'—Ok-
T.n>^7.$K> lahoma Daily Lirr S'.cck
REAGAN'S KEMOft'E FROM
VERNON. TEXAS. TO LAWTON
to January 1, 19!£. or. lands in Rc r-'
Mills, Berxhaa and K>owa countie1
a- toid ic Monday's final edition at
The Times .
The investigation wai made at the
direction of Governor Williams, and
was authorized y act of the legisui-
ture last year which aj-propwiatec
$$,QOO for the probe. Only $1,200 of
that appropriation ha* feen spent.
According to the report, out <u
$55,700 loaned on land in Rog' r
Mills county, the borrowers tbem-
elfes were t 'efjriaries to the ex-
Lent of only ISf.SSiT. and persons oth-
er -hsr? the rrro-wers were bene^-
iaries in the rum of f46,(*05u*"
As to Former Oerk Miller's bark
accounts, the report says:
"On account of the large sum of
money, exclusive of his salary, that
was credited to his various accounts
during this period, Mr. Miller
should be afforded the opportunity of
explaining the sources of his income
during the period he was connected
with the commissioner of land office.
| "Th? business with which he was
and connected a< Cheyenne did not, dur-
NATIVE CATTLE. ! Mr. and Mrs. Wdl Reagar
Good to choice feeders . IGJZhQGJZJJ Mrs. Reagan s sister. Miss ing this period, pay such divjder«ds
Piair feeders 5.7S&6.0O Harlan, have arrived in the city as would justify an income as indi-
Gx«i light stock calves 7.30;a 8j00 ^rofn Vernon. Texmk. and will make cated by the credits in fci? *ank ac-
Hecv stock calves 7.l 0(i 7^5 lt** their fjome in the future, Mr. counts.
( oad choice light yrlgs .€.?S#7jM B«af*n having accepted a position in "In the banks examined Mr. MiQer
Medium to good yearling*. .6.25&6.7S t^ot d^partmer.t of the Lawton had personal credit# aggregating the
Ctmmoti bJjOt/a. >->> Mercantile Co. Mr. Reagan was form- sum of 130^42. exclusive of his -.a:-
Stocfc heifers ^.(KKaT«tjr whh the Fred Sponsor Clothing ary."*
v* ci: bolls iM&M Ca, of Lawton, several years ago The report was filed late M nday
Yocr ? stock cowi, light . .5-2S£5.75 and Mrs. Reagan was Miss Alma afternoon with the secretary of state.
Heavy breeding cow* ....iTS^Sio Harlan before her marriage.
J. R. R*a of Snyder it in the city
r. ' jusinesa.
SCIATICAS PIERCING PAIN
E. L. Dune returned today from
Wichita, Kas_ wnere he has been for
a few days transacting business.
THE BEST RECOMMENDATION.
,hat makes Chamberlain's Cough
jllemedy so popular. Mra. Amanda
] Gierhait. Waynesfield. Ohio, writes,
i^thamberiain c Cough Remedy has
! «eec used in my family off and oc for
'twenty years and it has never failed
to cure a cough or cold.* Obtainable
To kill the nerve pains of Sciatica
you car. always depend Sloan s
Liniment. !t penetrates *" the seat of
pais and brings ease at soon as h is
applied. A great comfort too with
Sloan's is that no rebbbf is dequired.
Sloan s Liniment is irrraiuabje for
stopping muscular or nerrf pain of
THE Ql'AUTT STORE
BETTER flOTHES FOB LESS H(WIT
THIS SALE FOR PEOPLE THAT KNOW VALUES
SPECIAL FRIDAY end SATURDAY SALE
of Spring Suits and Spring Dresses
NEW «*.pRl\G MTfTS AND DRESSE*i—Tr>t kind yon iook uroa ordinarily as food vaiues at IZh.W and
K3(*.00. It fart tbeir equal in style and quality wfl.' nrf) i month later for much more. But a certain manu-
facture- was anxiouf to get h' • prinf t t^ies ir ear:- and GAVE US A PRICE on these lots—A PRICE that
ptiRr.'ts ue tc- place their, in Fr; :'!.ry anc Saturday's Sale at—
They are the snappiest Suits made for
early spring wear, from most fashionabie
and practical fabrics, embodying such
fabrics as Callot Checks Shepherd
Checks. Serges, Tropical Worsteds, Etc.
Short fi&nng Coats, med.um lengths,
tightly 'elted. sem;-fitted Coats, with the
ruffle-like flaring finished sleeves, trim-
med 'n smart combinations of checks,
plain cloths. LEATHEP. conceits seldom
«een in other Suits than th worth
$2.r,.00 and $30.00.
Street and afternoor. Dreseet—Many of
them are copies of Parisian models, which
&ei: at ertir agant prices, in matf' ._
s-jch at Tail s. Crepe Gecryette. Crepe
de Chine, Cre^r Mtteor. and :r. the color*
snch a* Cora.. Medium Green. Edith Biut,
and practically * complete range of al-
most any color desirable, the r,ew drap-
inpf. rach as tht new cascade effects, etc.
which wouid aoly be found in garments
worth *25.00 and B5.00.
rhe above cuts show the actual styie of some gsrmtr..' ire we -.Jfersn* di'Hne this sale No d V e
re-: ret- of these (tanner.tj. NONE SOLD BEFORE FRIDAY.
330 C A\"E\L"E
I TEE SHOP AHEAD
UNDER NEW SYSTEM
FOR CHILDREN'S COIGH
You cannot use anything better for
your child's cough and cold than Dr
King s New Discovery. It is prepared
from Pine Tar mixed with healing and
I !i r-atrr * Ti* Li«noa
'.Wetmui t6 cuuhsfk iu<! Cmumd Cms- i
. • T Willi Y r > aii i
ti .. tii* I'trii H* i> Adc sua Pt ui
Ttmam* !m ad* * be UiuUed l<> SO «or<i*
ii>< - nr t tlBiSS frw—«a;A . i wlli
ti -* - «M*Tjp 4 ts >**7 other Uilag*-—d>
The strongest recommer>datJon any
article may receive is a favorable
wt i from tie user. It U the r-coa- muscular or nerre pain off OKLAHOMA CITY. Feb. 2.-Supt.
r«*datMn* of -hos. who hav. -.sed it "7 kisd- TrT '• °«* r~ *offer Wilson slates that on January S5th !«iUM. It does not contain
with Rheums ti sm. Lumbago, Sore he witneeaed the graduation of the anything harmful and is slightly lax-
Throat, Pain in Cheat. Sprains, first student to complete the high just enough to expel the poisons There will be a special communica-
Bruises, e*r. It is excellent for Neu- school count, without having been fra *** system. Dr. K.ng's New Dis- tlon of Lawton Lodge No. 183 A. F.
rtlgia zisd Headache. 25c at zS Drug- fwrc«d to stady sl kill.m^iA or ibwub ctfery a icti-fsptk—kills the cold ^ '' ^ edncsday evfermg at T .34-
rists. foreign languatre. When Prvs. Strat- ^r7T''—raises the plegm—loosens the ^ork in the F. E Degree. Visit-
too D. Brooks was elected bead of cou*fc nd soothes the irritation. ors welcome.
Mra. L. B. Shively of Chattanooga, the State Cniverrdy one of the first D'JC! P0' treatment. Coughs and F. E. HARPE. W. M.
was in Lawt-.r. yesterday v;<:ting request* made of him by Supt_ Wil- CoWs often lead to sen jus !ung FRED SPON'SLER. Sec. 2-2 It
with fnends. hjc * a* that he reorgamie the course trc-j t .**, 1; -e s J-o good for adults —— —
of study in such a way at to enable ar'" t®e ^ Get a bottle today. All
1. D. P-iit y. iirmtr Lawtjcn resi- -tuoents to graduate from the L'niver- •
dent, but now .i Sulphur. Okla^
tbe city og business.
FOE SALE—On. Harley Davidson
mr.jrcycle is good order, one waik-
mg ! ster. and one walking cot toe.
pla- t*- Will sell for cash or (im, 3
*...e east t city dam oc Bite place, j
« « «
FOR KENT—Furnished ma. Close
ic. 50! B. 1-21 tf
FOR SALE—Sever*; motorcycles is
ood r ndition, will be sold cheap.
2-2^ Si w me about them at once.
Bruce Fieids. 12-6 tf
. tity without studying Latin or any of
the foreign modem lansraayes This
■ has been done. Frank Weist. the
young mac who graduated at Lawton
last week will be admitted to the Uni-
versity. This is in line with the policy
Mr. Wilson has pursued of making
; higher education in Oklahoma more
practical and more popular.
-F.VERE COLD Ql'ICKLV CI BED.
On December first I had a very se-
, veie cold or attack of the grip as ij
nay be, and was nearly down sick i|
writes 0. J. Metcalf. Weatherbf
FOR SALE—Sudan grass
cieaned. 30 lbs ti; 10ft
Ait- cat*, millet and oats.
R. D- Baird, Okla.
Tfceee getitleees have
WA?*TED—To Mit a farm, every
t} t farnisfcHl. Caii X line or
a; - > H. J Box 59, Lawton. 1-11 Sp LO?T
■At fa. ' OB SALE—1 team of good
F. f. King. Ernies or boraea. having parchas-
I-2J. irl «i « 1 ^ frM. ^ .«■* .. at a
Red Ball Transfer Co. Pfcone 23.
Wo«dro. WUmb. lt«d«. Ko e- home at Indiahoma today after
veil. MiUu. J. Bryar aad Henry rpeIlimi. , fe. dayf in the city visit-
Fard are sea of World-wide repata- |Er witr. her sjrother-in-law. Cleora
School land laasees wil! meet at the Mo. I bought two bottles of Chan-
oty hail. Febrnary 5th at 2 p. m. Krlain's Cough Remedy and it wl
Important business. Come out. only a few days until I was com
r* , fOSBAM, President, pletely restored to health. 1 firmly be-
H. J. BROOKS, See. 2-2 2t lieve that Chamberlain's Cough R,m-
, p p , , , . is one of the very best medicines
,Z J' J! was and will know what to do when I have
Mrs. Roy Hawkins returned to "her : Ct> ?este.uay on usinesa. another cold.- Obtainable everywhere.
Sunday the 23rd. bet**® t>e
Catholic Ckurch aad 7 Biiet east "A
LOS7—Morvlay. at J. W. Chtnci the cry. a Friendship bracelet Leave
ptMK sate, a white and liver coior at thit ofhee. 2-l-3tf
ec '<• rt - male pap, a jout 5 moathi
aid- Buitafie reward. Wri'e Fred G. FOR SALE—Drop head Singer sew-
Tr ;^r. Lawton, Okla, or phase 551J t-*.g mach:-.e, g-jod as new HUM.
os R ine. Lawton. 2-1 &t Ir-graham Hotel. 2-Itf
state ia the ansa. It is a tare
erne of this quartette will he the sell
Ptiailtat af the Catted State*. !
Our id-* ■ aae aha 0^ lares ia rl Afnar] a\7
fa er <4 n« coffee iteiag adapted *
as aur natieaal driak will he the wia-
FOP. SALE—Jack. Black
Spanish. Minority Laader xtm is -a
w.t whiu points, neavy tone. 14 have "poker only for himself when he g ~mr. (ug
hanl hich and a good breeder, wfl: .rAwsad the admimatrartor; s pre- '
sell, r.ave no use for him, S years old.' paredaeas prvgnue. Who is the
C. C. Crooks, one mile sooth aad 5 party's mocthpiece T
west ef Lawton. Root. 4. 2-1 Imo p '
(i.iaca Caffee is a fcleasiag ta all
who are asiag it. Oae of asr costam-.
er has been mttzig kiadliaz far has
wife daricg thi. spefl of had «eather
Wrtaw she hays Gwiaca caffee far
FANCY BLACK LANGSHAN* Cock- fit. Call 41S D
ereis 11 and *1 jO eaei Write for
information. L. V. Shroyer, Star WANTED — Woman for
P - Uwt .n, Okla. 2-2 3t Louse work. Apply 615 A.
SEEDS! Seeds are aat ap ta grade
per refit germiaate. New
germaiate. Year Aaaaals,
V erbenas. Ft lei. Pelistta*. Nastar
^ laas, Catata, Maw. etc. We want ta
Ja_ j aaleas *
2t. a. J , K( wda will
1M I ha. (, ran titled Saga/
« pkgs. Art. Starch
25 at caa Bakiag Paader lie,
„ . . , . . sen yea. Special Strata, aaly.
e thsak joa far yaar trade.
Seeds read; Feh. 15.
general J. L. J. Gwinn
NO. S ELEVENTH ST. THONE i 7
We ha,e i t receive , shipment of Su« hi e Crackers. Cake.
k,ev ^ Wil^ Ovens. Bakers of the Famous
Large 25c hex hrispy Crackers ...
Fresh Cak« ami Cookies «,ld „ ,0c
week aaly. per pound
Balk Ginger Snap., 2 pound.
C0FFEYS C. 0. D. GROCERY
PHONE 40 309-31, Thi.j *. V,^V/V.1^I\1 ,
3W-311 Thiid St.
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