The Lawton Constitution (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 218, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 20, 1916 Page: 3 of 4

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THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION
PAGE THREE
9
URIC AGID
SOLVENT
50 Cent Bottle (32 Doses)
FREE
Just because you stnrt the day worrlnd
SS iJ.lT f j1'?1 °f"' nrms "l"1 inu«ele .
iklil'ig heart, l.uruluif and bearing down
pains Id the back—worn cut before tne day
fet " JiiuSS' ""uk 1,0,1 " *,a
w,ho nro ln nntl out. ot
,,ozeI?tImej| ul ul*bt wi «p-
P!X . .re8.* comfort "d strength
our treatment gives. For every form of
bladder trouble, scalding pains, or weak-
ness, in action la really wonderful.
Be strong, well and vigorous. with no
inore pains froui stiff joints, sore muscles,
rheumatic suffering, aching buck, or kid-
ney or bladder troubles.
jV.H'Iu.1118 Treatment conquers kld-
nfi"V a?i bladder dlseu ei , rheumatism and
all uric ufid trouble* no matter how
chronic or stubborn if you have never
used The WlHlams Treatment, we will give
one 50c. bottle (32 doses) for your own use
free. Contains no alcohol or habit-form-
ing drug. Does not affect the heart.
Send this notice with your name and
address, and • 10c. to help pay
The Dr.
Overland car service
Kerans book stcre.
Jack
3-2tf
Banished —
blotohef, sores.
distribution expenses
d. A Williams Company, Dept. 2604r>
New Post Office Block, East Hampton.
Conn. You will receive by parcel post a
regular 60c. bottle (.12 doses), without charge
and without incurring any obligation!. Una
bottle ouly to a family or address.
PRINCIPALLY
I About PEOPLE
The Aberdeen hotel is receiving a
fresh coat of paint.
When you want a service car call
305. 3-2tf
Mrs. T. W. Dunfee is a caller in the
city today from Faxon.
Easter Hats at the Golden Rule
Store. 4-19 3t
Mrs. E. D. Cunningham of Faxon is
in the city today shopping.
M. E. Basel of Stillwater Okla.,
was transacting business in the city
Wednesday.
Joe E. White of Chickasha is a busi-
ness caller in Lawton today.
Latest styles for Easter. Garvins'
Millinery, at the Booterie. 4-18 4t
Stewart Miller has returned from a
brief business trip to Cyril.
Don't forget that" Easter Hats are
Ci < ap at the Golden Rule Store.
4-19 3t
Mrs. Hiiam Crali.e was shopping
in the city yesterday from Mt. Scott.
R. E. Bivin of Chickasha, Okla.,
was transacting business affairs in the
city Wednesday.
I believe you have been overcharg-
ed. Piano moving $2.00, not $2.50. Red
. li Iran.-fer. Phone 23. -4-19 Im
A. W. Maxwell who spent yesterday
in Lawton with friends, returned to-
day to his home at Oklahoma City.
Mrs. Joe Bentley left yesterday for
Oklahoma City, where she will spend
the Easter week end with friends and
i elatives.
The millinery parade starts at this
store for Easter—see our large line
and get the prices before buying. Set-
tle Sisters, 407 C. 4-18 3t
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Clanton of
Enid, Okla., are in Lawton the guests
of Mrs. Clanton s sister, Mrs. W. M.
Tucker, 606 Summit avenue. They will
be here for perhaps a week.
Attend the musical at the First M.
E. Church Tuesday evening, 8 o'clock,
under the direction of Miss Robertson
for the benefit of the Ladies Aid. Ad-
mission 15 cents. 4-17 2t
pimple*,
nmnore, and eruptions,
I by Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. For
a poor complexion, and
^K"^^^for the poor blood that
1 causes it, this Is the beat
1 of all known remedies.
1 1 1 | I n "very disease or dls-
"j order of the skin or *'alp.
jpmm I in every trouble that
I c<>mes hum impure blood,
flSBm I the "Discovery* is tin?
only medicine sold that
■ H -I does whnl It promises.
mjX, Jp j— Seroftila in all its varl-
—' 'si- forms, Kc/.ema, Tet-
ter, Salt-rheum. Kr\\slp«-l:is, Bolls. Car-
buncles, Knl:i;.:"d (Hands, and Swell-
ings, and every kindred ailment, are
beneflt*-d and cured by it.
Cut this out and ina!l to us with tho
name of the paper—we will mail you
free a medical treatise on above dis-
eases. Address Dr. Tierce's Invalids'
llotel, Buffalo, N. V.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate
and Invigorate stomach, liver and bowels.
Bugar-coated, tiny zranulen, eaay to take
up candy.
Try Constitution Want Ad
Richatd Voss of Fletcher was
Lawton yesterday on business.
M. A. Wylie was a business caller in
Lawton Wednesday from Chickasha.
Try the Constltir on Want ad col-
umn—it will bring results and is r.ot
expensive. tf
Mrs. Sarah Rankin of Benecia,
Cal., is the guest of Mrs. W. C. Stev-
ens, at 403 A avenue.
Mrs. A1 Saddler has been quite
dangerously sick for several days and
it is feared that an operation may ue
necessary.
The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian
church will have a bake sale at the
Pearl Grocery on Saturday afternoon
April 22nd. 4-20 2t
Mesdames E. P. McMahon and L. M.
Gensman went to Walter, Okla., yes-
terday where they will be judges for
a musical contest.
^11 III IB ti
Twenty-five Handsome Suits
Special Friday and Saturday
$9.95
POSITIVELY REGULAR VALUES TO $17.50.
INCH'DING MANNISH SERGES, WOOL POPLINS, CHECKS AND XOVELTY
WHAVIN. Evt'ry suit handsomely lined with I Van <U- CVgne, neatly trimmed and
'•■••t <>f workmanship. We consider this one of our greatest bargains this season.
• 'linn and st e if vou do not aarree with us.
Mrs. Nolie Stelt is in Lawton to-
day shopping.
Miss 1 logan of Apache, is a visitor
in the city today.
Call 305 at Jack Kerans's for a ser-
vice car. 3-2tf
Mrs. Annie Hyde of Walter, is a
Lawton visitor today.
Miss Ora Pinson of Loveland, is in
the city today shopping.
Turkish bath treatment. Phone 151.
3-10ft
Miss Madge Connor of Apache, is
in the city today shopping.
Overland service is better service.
Phone 305. 3-2tf
M. A. Wylie is a business visitor in
Lawton today from Chickasha.
Mrs. Theo. Peeples of Apache, was
in Lawton Wednesday shopping.
Mrs. E. W. Dilling of Feltcher, is
spending the day in Lawton shopping.
('has. Merriott is in Lawton today
on business from his farm i < .r Fax-
on.
The Emporium Millinery Co., latest
in Easter Hats. 508 D Ave. South of
court house. 4-17, 19, 21
You can save money on your Lawn
Mowers and Garden Hose at the
Golden Rule Store. 4-19 3t
Mrs. Chas. McQuiston of Geronimo,
is in the city today shopping and
mingling with friends.
A. L. Lund and a force of his work-
men are busy today at the Indian Mis-
sion painting the church.
Mrs. H. W. Roper left this morning
for Gotebo, Okla., where she spent a
few days with Rev. Roper, who is
there on business in connection with
his duties as presiding elder.
Krumbles
The New Whole Wheal
Food with the Dplicious
Flavor originated by the
Kellogg Toasted Corn Flake Co
Dick Harris is able to hobble around
a little since coming out of the hos-
pital from a severe operation. Dick
says he will soon be as good as new
and able to run with the best.
Settle Sisters Millinery Store, 417 C
has just added a new line of silk and
palm beach skirts to their stock and
ask the ladies to come and inspect
them.
CUa^J
All Wheat
Ready to Eat
KRUMBLES, the
most popular of
whole wheat foods,
tastes specially good
to folks who want a change
of breakfast foods.
Whole Wheat—all the
wheat, including the phos-
phates, mineral salts, and
the bran that are so bene-
ficial to the system, so
doctors say — prepared by
the exclusive Krumbles
method.
Notice how the sweetness and
flavor of Krumbles come out more
and more as you chew it
In the WAXTITE package—lOc.
Look for this signature.
' We sigh for change, sang the This world is but a fleeting show; It would be a good thing to keep out
poet; but if anybody gave him a quar- and the admission price has been of debt to as many people as pos-
4-18 3t ter there is no account of it. raised again. Bible.
r->
I
Mrs. Sadie Williamson of Keokuk,
Iowa, who has been visiting friends
in the city left this morning over the
Frisco for Kansas City, Mo., where
she will join her husband, who has
been attending to business matters
there and proceed to their home.
Compliments are vain humanity's
original trading capital.
ii.
hkvi ki>
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ARE YOU READY FOR EASTER?
Our every effort for weeks past has been to be prepared for this "the last shop
pin^' days before Easter." How well we have succeeded in caring for your every
need, from the Suit, Coat, Dress, Hat, down to the smaller dress necessities such as
Gloves, Hosiery, I'nderwear and Toilet articles, can best he determined by a visit
here Friday and Saturday.
SPECIAL SELECTED Sl'lT VALUES HANGING IX PRICE
$21.&5 to $35.00
P.EAl'TlFl'L Dh'ESS VALUES, XEW SILKS, NEW COLORS
SI6.50 to $25.00
SPECIAL COAT BARGAINS ALL XEW MODELS and MATERIALS
$4.95 to $9.95
KAYSEH SILK GLOVES IX ALL XEW SHADES AXD STYLES
50c to $1.45
KAYSER SILK STOCKINGS, PLAIX COLOURS OR FANCY
95 c t<> $1.39
KAVERS OR ATHENA UNDERWEAR, REAL VALUE
45c to $1.00
THE HAXDSOMEST COLLECTION OF PARASOLS, ALL NEW
95 c to $12.00
TOILET ARTICLES OF KNOWN WORTH AND QUALITY
Our Prices are Always Lower.
S H GREEN TRADING STAMPS WITH YOUR EASTER PURCHASES
I own and manage the Red Ball
Transfer, not in combine with any
other transfer. Will make prices right,
if you are overcharged, tell me.
Teams for some jobs and auto truck
for all. Office in new Airdome. Bob
Schuyler. Phone 23. Skiddoo. 4-19 lm
Mrs. J. T. McCarty of Geronimo, is
in the city today on business. She was
accompanied by her guest, Mrs. Ray
Robertson of Tampico, Mexico, who is
on her way to Indiahoma where she
will visit with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Potter, before her return
home to Mexico.
Latest styles of millinery now on
display for the Easter parade at
pi ices that are very attractive. You
tan not help being charmed with our
display of spring and summer mil-
linery. It is irresistible. Every piece is
a call to the artistic in the womanhood
of this community. Come, you will not
be disappointed. Settle Sisters Mil-
linery, 407 C. 4-18 3t
The An ti Home Thief Assocl-
ntlon No. 4.V, of Bosehind
offers the following standing
rewards for evidence that will
lead to the recovery of prop-
erly stolen from tiny member
of the Rowland Lodge, im
evidence to convict thief
$10 for petty larceny, and |2S
> I'. W. l'BICK,
3-1-tf President.
iPaldlHhcd In lawton Constitution April
I;t 1*0-27, IWltli
hi MMONH l*\ rilil K ATlON
In tin- district Court of Comanche Coun-
ty, Oklahoma /
Minnie llllt. Plaintiff.
Tom Hill. Iiefeiidsut.
Said defendant Tfin Hilt will lake notice
Mint he hns been sued in the nhove entitled
action, in I lie above si vied court and that
be must appear and demur, answer or oth-
erwise plead to the petition of the plaintiff
filed therein, on or before the 24th day of
May. A. 1 .. WW. or said petition will l e
taken as true and a Judgment accordingly
rendered for divorce, care and custody of
minor child, and restoration of maiden
MINN IK HILT.
By A .1 III ICTON.
Her Attorney.
Attest: It It COMPTON.
SI'.AI.i Court Clerk
IIy W. II IIKMHIKKON, deputy.
(Published In
FINE HOME.
The line residence located at 716 E
avenue, will be offered for a few days
•t the lev, price of $2,000.00, $500.00
cash and balance on time to suit. This
is one of the best homes in Lawton.
Enquire of J. F. Ted ford, 711 E ave-
nue. 4-15 6tp
lPublished In Lawton Constitution April
20-27. May I 11-is. WWj
^11 K 1(11 i * NAM
in Hie district Court of Comanche Coun-
ty. oklahoma.
C. P Mahony. Plaintiff,
T. C. Hicc'n: Mattic M. Oreen; s. I Mc-
Klhoes; Carrie .lapp: Mrs. Km ma Hlcrbnum
and A. V Cariin. defendants.
NoTICK Is hereby given, tliut In pursu-
ance of an order of sale Issued out of
the district Court of Comanche Couuty,
oklahoma, on the 111Ii day of April. A. d.
WW, iii an a«ilon wherein C. P Mahony
was plaintiff and T C Green; Maine M
Oreen: S I. McKlhoes; Carrie .lapp; Mrs.
Kiiima It lor baum and A V Carlln were
defendants, directed to me the undersigned
Sheriff of Comanche County, Oklahoma,
commanding me to levy upon, advertise
and sell according to law the following de-
scribed prooerty situate and being In the
Coifutv of ( oinaiichc oklahoma: l.ot Three
lu Mock Twelve In the original townnlte
of the Clt.x of Lawton, to satisfy a Judg-
ment and decree lu foreclosure in favor of
said plaintiff obtained and made In said
Court on the ! th da\ of June, Win, for the
sum of #2b7 07 debt and .<Initio as and for
attorney s fee and 91.1.10 as costs of said
action ultli Interest on said Judgment for
1207.07 at the rale of ten per cent per an-
ts accruing .
A d 1010,
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
PARDON.
FOR
Notice is hereby given Mat Powell
Eslick whose true name is Dal Eslick
who is now confined in the state peni-
entiaiy at McAlester, Okla., serving
a sentence for assault with intent to
Kill, will make application for pardon,
which application will be heard on
May 9, 191(5, at 10 o'clock a. m. by the
pardon clerk at Oklahoma City, Okla,,
or as so in thereafter as is convenient.
DAL ESLICK,
1-7 12t Applicant.
a ty
oiirt.
at the hour of niu
EASTER
CARDS
Hand painted Easter
cards and stock cards
Prices From
5c to $1.00
The Best Assortment
of Easter Novelties
in the city
JACK KERANS
Hook and Stationer, Store
Corner 4th and C
Phone 230.
Ill till' inn I t.'i' ..r II
Kowlkes hi.I .lohiile K. Kowllo deceased.
NoTICK i' hereto) given, that • Connor,
the duly appointed and «piallfled ad-
ministrator With will annexed of the es-
tate or .lolin It Kowlkes and Jolinle K.
Kowlkes. deceased, has rendered and pre
seated for settlement, and filed in said
court. Ids final account, petition for dis-
tribution and discharge and report of his
administration as such administrator and
that Monday, the 1.1th du.v of May. A. O.
1010. being a day of a regular term of
said Court, to wit: of Hie Arpll term, A.
d. WW. at 0 o'clock A M of said day. Mt
the Couuty I'onrt Itooiu In the City of
Lawton in the said County of Comanche
has been duly appointed by the said Court
for the settlement of said account and the
hearing of siiid petition, at which time and
place any person interested in said estate
may appear and file exceptions in writing
said final account and contest the same.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto
my lisnd and affixed the seal of said
f John II. day. at tin
clock A. M
aid
f the Court lloui
lu the i'||\ or |.;iwtou In said County of
Comanche, Stale or oklahoma, offer for
sale and sell to the highest bidder r«• r .ash,
subject to a rirst mortgage, the said prop-
erty above described or so much thereof
lis will satisfy said Judgment, wit
est
osts
• SKALi
II J.
hand this 1.1th day of April.
Til OH. lUCUAUDHoN.
Sheriff of Comanche County,
My J. K. TKdKOKd,
I uder Sheriff
PHICHESTEh S PILLS
tiik wiamonu iikaml. a.
l.aillral Auk your l r«««l.t I of A\
( P- jM Chl-rkr«-lcr's llluM.md Tlrand/#V\
fill, m Hid n.| t.old n^ull.AV/
Jl <«ale l «lth Slue K Uk<| V/
JK* wl Take no olhrr Hut of yomr
l r.i«f M. A . ( r < II14 III
IHAAIiMI) It IIA nII FILI.H
r«an >now*a\ ltrst. Slit.! AU y« Rclt«l>t«
SOLO BV OKIOGISIS LVLKYMSIiRK
i Published in Lawton «'oiistltutlon March
;w. April ti, 13, 20. 1916)
NOT It I. OF SALE.
NOTICK IS 1IKBKBY GIVEN, 'J'hat In
piirsuauc<> nt an order of sale --sued
out of the office of Court Clerk 4>f Com-
anche County. State of oklahoma, on the
•JOth day ->f March. WW. in an action where-
in I lie Southwest National lbink « f Com-
merce of Kansas City. Missouri, a c rpora-
Hon. was plaintiff, and O. II Blc k md
Kllxu A Hbw-k were ilefentiauts. c4Hi niiind-
ini: me to levy upon, advertise for s; e and
veil, without appraisement, all *>f the
lowing d c > 11 bed real estate • i d f-rcodm _
located and situated In Comnnofee « ox.nty^
State of okiahtuua. to wlt:
l.ots Fifteen (1."• and Sixteen il€) tn
|t|o<k numbered Thirteen 4131, II' fhn
original townslte of I.awtou. aceordlnd
to tie- recorded plat thereof, locaO'Qj
and situated on the northwest • « -uer ,f
,.f Ninth and It Streets lu the City of
Lawton, „ -M.
to -iti*f\ ' Jndguieut .md «Ie« re, .'fe-
cIi.siim - I mortgage lien in favor of
■ •I I ! It' 'I UK- " ' the defend.I! ax.
I i 1 /.i A I' i ed
In id Court on |he 17tb rtay nt Septeuidnr, I
*V* ■■ ■ '««t
thereon at the rate of six per oeiit per
ii niu from the date of said iudgmeiit. -.nd
.<Wo.0 additional attorney's fees, emits tai-
ed at * and accruing ••osts:
NOW. THKKKKOKK I will on Ce Jlth
dav of April. WW. at the hour of 10 o'clocna
M. of sabl day. at the east front door
Of the lint bouse in the Or of l.aWtOD •
Comanche County State of oklahoma, of-
fet for >ale and *cll to the highest iddder
fi-r cash said real estate and patoises
above described, or so much theretif us will
satisfy all costs of sale anil the Judgment
• rendered lu favor of the plaintiff
W1TNKSS my hand ut Lawton. (laho-
ma this .'1st da.v of March. A. d Witt.
TIJOM A KICHAIII'^ON. .
Sheriff of (V > ma lie he «'ountyr.
>t.i ie of oklahoii^i.
By J. K TBDWRD,
I uder Sheriff,
WILSON, TOM KB LI N A. Bl t'KHOLTB,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
NEW FIELD SCIENCE
and CHIROPRACTIC
BREAK TYPHOID FEVER IN ONE TO THREE DAYS
"SO-CALLED" INCURABLE AILMENTS HANDLED WITH SUCCESS.
Lawton,
Okla.
J. B. LYMAN, D.C.;M.T.
Phone 425

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