The Lawton Constitution (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 235, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 10, 1916 Page: 2 of 4
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THE (ONNtlTl TlON
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TKKMS or HI IIM ItHTION
Dally, one vein . i.y mull .. _•
Daily, cue w• k i y < .1 rri r in,
Any I'm-m-nii fl.., i,.„, t|„. , ,Ml , ,
NtaiidliiK « r >• i>u(titloti .ir any ( « 1 . rin
or forimriltidli wltlrli limy n|ip.Mi' m II,,
«• ! 11 in 11 h „r III.- ( Ml, f >( lit (till u 111 1,1 ; I., II ,
fOrr.•< !(.,I ii|„.,i 11 h Ih'Iii^t 1.1. .1^1.. ,1
attention „f ih. in 1 iiiiyciiic'iii
• Announcements for county office •
• will lip Iillhllrtlipij ill tliIm ('-liumii ;ir a
• lip Uii)form price ..f ten -
I i,f •< 1- rix'.'i v.lr ?
f ^!wS%'2D^iS&rb-,fTa< I
W • — . .
« "iiNfihjllou is niiiliorixeU to un-
" III';' ""'II iri ■ .Ml.II.I.Hps for county
' nrliiliVrv h !" UumJ.
|uimar) iri August.
ii.i ('iii mi
. 7;. • emu ninllp
poatoffl.i! .,1 Lawton, dki.ili. i.,.,.
of March 3, |H7! .
A I, SADDLEIl.
WALTER K. NIX.
•I. T. ROGERS.
l or Court Clerk—
HENRY J. MURPHY.
Kick the kicker before he kic ks you. CLIFTON W. SIMPSON.
I or ( ounty Weigher
o- I. F. COLLEY.
Look, like summer might wander jlT-ADAMS*00™™
along even yet. ,, M. MEADOWS.
lor County Attorney—
o- JOE RHINEFORT.
We always did admire a I,rave man. jU'£ DIFFENOAFFER.
FOR YOUR CHILD'S COUGH
If your child has a cold, nose runs
iDr '""if n® mUr,h a Sma" L0Ule 0f FAX0N, Okla., May 10.—(Special )
x easanf Pi„e Ta^r"HOney- ^ * ')al<- si* "id sonof Mr.'
syr,up' JU8t and * N- *">•" *« Satur*,
" hn" " «- fretting, sleep good and are soon en- ment. bereave-;
~ ~ ''re'y we"' Ins' t on I>r. Bell's Pine- Thi. *>.« i u n
-Mrs. Ron ji.
ION* 318 Clinton
a cold in th« head.
I used Peruna.
2?k w.011 P|ea86,i
with tho results.
I do not need any
Mr. William E.
Penny, Ml Park
troubled with ca-
tarrh of the head,
nose, throat and
stomach. I am
greatly relieved ly
1 '"'it • per bushel. .J. II. Hammond,
2 south arid 6 east, phone XX155.
I'OR SALE—At a bargain, if taken at
once, a three year old mule, gentle,
fifteen hands high. See W. G. Ellis,
office 404 Koehler Bldg. or call 249.
No. 70o—12:45 p. m.
No. (03—6:15 p. m.
No. 704—8:50 a. m.
No. 70G—2:35 p. m
J. G. Hutto was a visitor in the city
Walter I-erris has recovered from
his rheumatic condition and is much
(Re<i.lornt Tr.de Mark V. S. P.l.nl Office)
and Catarrli Relieved. No
Remedy can Compete with
Peruna The Ready-to-take
But, then, timid men invariably do.
FOR SALE—12 head, nice Jersey Arrives
calves, will sell cheap for cash or on 2:45 P'
time. 70 head of native yearlings at
8ame I'lace. 1 north, 2 east Lawton
For Commi«l„„er,Dfi„t.rn District- Bob Pippin. 5.« 5t
halls of fame rush back and forth
T . M . | -"wu i. oi me absence of the re- with "r'nkle<1 brow' some P le and
ith'T exception Tslly" ^ ^ MED1C1NE F0R CHILDREN. Porter t„ both the Weatherford and i ZZ'^l "fh 7" 7
CHATTJMOIUM . r. Norma| fine arts contests.hich «^hn.,i „ ' ! °me Hushed and t.emel^us.
1- H. S. NOTES.
On account of the absence of the re-
This is a good world, after all; and
most of the good people live in this
town—including even you.
E. B. GREGORY.
W. C. NICKELL. i ——
S' DUNHAM. ^OR SALE—Fine red cow with heif-
yommissioner, W*stern District— «''' calf. Phone 745. 5 K Ii
JOHN H. EDWARDS
No, no, the prices of nrinters" com-
modities are not up in the clouds.
They are above the sky.
We want an airship. We want to get
up among the clouds and see if we can
locate the cost of livins.
Mexico is like unto the bad boy
who wants to fight but only hangs
tack for fear he will get licked.
The biKKesi critic is himself thi
most logical subject of criticism
Don't be a crit.
Be everything that you ought to,
and nothing that you ought not to, and
by thai time you won't be alive at all.
S. O. CRUTCHER.
J. .1. DAVIS.
I'or ( ounty Treasurer—
J- M- (MILT) IIAYNES.
I. R. (BOB) JAQUESS.
I'or County Clerk.
SANDY W. GREGORY.
I'or County Assessor—
E. L. GORDON.
>r ?Slvfvr,iSiE5d<:nt |,ublic '""(ruction
JENNETT S. CROSBY.
J. A. JOHNSON.
State Senator—17th District—
JOHN F. THOMAS
J. ELMER THOMAS.
For County Judge—
Ii. J. RAY.
I-«r Justice of the Peace, Lawton I)is-
CHARLES C. BLACK.
I'OR SALE—Irish setter, pointer.
Good valuable dogs. 705 A. 5-8 3tp
FOR SALE—One full blood Jersey
cow. 1 half Jersey cow. Inquire 918
M)R SALE—Good driving horse, 10
years old. $50.00 cash or-bankable
note. C, this office.
,8 3t : -it it ..fe*«irih« "7'?^ n"hed r
- -und cxt-t. Ht"eafu- sits
Cauilh'"r °r,ttVldren' Chamberlain's Parents to attend school with them l,°°k''' Wh<" the l'aUse of a" thi"?
FRISCO TIMF T Mir F nriJ L '°"K been a fav" i mon'ow afternoon, at the regular time ! be Sprinfr fever' °h! 110 that
jf ni0^ GIS of y°Un^ children ^*'10, as there are to he two assemblies
was during March and April, and af-
EAST BOUND. "V' contalna no opium or other nar-, Thursday. Thursday has been 'fected a" in a different manner. This
No. 10 arrives 7;55 n. m a™ ma>' be ^ven to a child as '"side by the faculty, as parents and V"5 merry m°nth of Ma>-' the ™nth
Departs 8:00 a. m. ln, t J *! P. ®dUlt' 11 is pleas" Patrons visiting day. All students "f 8unBhlne' "owers, and happiness,
112 arrives 2:55 p.m. p„rtan„e "J.°f Kreat im" have !,een requested to invite thei- ,'®t. why h,Kh 8ch°o1 students plung-
Departs 3:00 p. tn. !iv„. tn a medicine must be paernts to alend school with them .1 deepcst depths of despair.
WEST BOUND. Tmost eZ^ :h"dre?' T"iS remedy ei,h" in th" ™rning or afternoon A"' ■' just Kue8sed the ^a'on,
6:00 a. r.,. (.ol(ls and * )Ua' n™l!eVI,nlB COUKhs- Parent8! if child does not invite th6 'f Week of relrular BCh ol.
12:01 p. m. ! where P' 0btalnal,le every- you to come Thursday, the faculty tw, "IT" Start next T"esday.
12:06 p.m. ' trough the reporter extend voo ...8 That'8 the l"ord! The Hob-
10:00 p.m. Dr and Mrs F n 77, ■ L most cordial ""vitation! Come and see T' T"e Gh°St! The haunter
yesterday afternoon'''Tor m I ^ ^ ^ in the «'« •" "., °U'' dreamS! Exams: 0h: Exat s!
y atternoon for Oklahoma see what kind of work he or she is do-
No. 425 leaves
No. 9. arrives . .
No. 407 arrives .
FOR SALE—2 buildings, one stone, 2
story, 25x70 feet; one frame, 25x60
Meet, ill less thah 50 per cent of cost.
. 219 and 221 C avenue. W. H. Stack.
■And Sqj/nejj Cards
ss.tsa* r°- r ■=!Z
gxrxrz ■:? %
♦ resident a fmmvr ,'aw,on 0'cl0<* Thursday, M y lltb. Thursday
* """ ' morning from 11:20 to 12:00 o'clock
R. C. B. L., Reporter.
-The Mogul Cijjar Store,
further information call there.
REPUBLICAN ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SALE-A goo.1 surrey. 157"^
In the Rcpubllcnn Lund s Paint Store. 4-ltf
There are many pleasan truths,
but few people manage to connect up
Subjm t lo nominal
primarv In Auirusi:
l or Sheriff—
• or (ominismoner East District
JOSEPH G. MARKLE.
~ DRS. MITCHELL & PINNELL «
V ^ Eye, l"*lr. Nose and Throat ♦
Glasses Fitted, Lenses Ground ♦
and Duplicated ♦
♦ Rooms 202-3-4-19 Koehler Bldg. ♦
Lawton, Okla. ♦
DR. H. W. SMITH +
* Dentist «
FOR SALE BY OW' .J-One hun-
dred sixty acres, miles from
Blair' Jickson count,, Ckla. Ninety
skin the other fellow" so prevalent in cultivation—cotton and feed
_ | some communities is happily absent 8tuff ,hl" J'ear- small house, windmill.
That Irish rebellion accomplished a. ^ °ur ^ « « vS..g steadily j route. ^ndyTjand^good^ptduce"!
least one result aside from its inglor- ' pers,"U" ilV d consistently on- very fine farming and small stock
ious fizzle. We have heard of sWS' Upw,lrd and to things farm- Mortgage fifteen hundred, three
Feiners, whatever they may be ^ l° " KrC*ter future- T"" T ""d ^ *** ",ur"
, u ' J . ' , Such is the spirit of this ^mn.ui.itv l° n88unu' and hundred
Scientists are non making war ma
terial out of about everything
• Ti.- 1 ci, • ' poisonous matter wl
Third Floor in Koehler Bu.,Jing ♦ they «hould carry otT is absorbed
Phone 955 A in —
wind. That, however, is ' eni'ernalK Wh'°h ri,'Zt'" should 10 Proud-
rrr ttr d0i,y
" "f wh,ch we are Prou'l. of quarters joining or in neighborhood.
JOHN r. THOMAS ♦
Practice in All Courts ♦
♦ Stevens-Galyon Bldg., Lawton, Ok. ♦
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
srer.-j Hrrr ?r'
Box 99. - in I* ' kre8 something special
"-10 4tp cominK- Miss Helen Norris is direc
WHY CONSTIPATION iviniw 'or of'he program, and by this you
"°N 1NJLUES- know 'here is something out of the
The bowels are the natuml . i0,'d,r,!,ry to be expected. In the after-
aue system of the body. When they t'he"hiTem>!''y|' ™ntustant8 from
become obstructed by Constipation a Art, o„Wa n' ,h0 Fim?
fart of the poisonous matter which t . . Norman, during the
matter which state track and field meet, will furnish
t" the system. ^ak:ng"you"f«rdul! J" • ?! procram. Misses Anna
and st"Pid, and interfering with the ^von 'h a'"! M,riam White, who
digestion and assimilation „f f,)od hn"orabe ni<"tlon invoice and
This conditio, is quick' relieved bv J "P'-'t'vdy: and Miss Rowena
Chamhcrlan's ^bl ' 0bCinable Z 7" ^ Phce in
everywhere. ' " su"le"ls in the L. H. S.
So the People
that you are in busi-
ness, come in and let us
show what we can do
for you in the way of
attractive cards and
letter heads. Good print-
ing of all kinds is our
specialty and if we can-
not satisfy you we don't
want your business.
housand, one thousm.11,., ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
mortgaged to the politicians
The price of gasoline is not troub-
ling us a bit. It's the cost of print pa-
per that is j,-1 si, ; OUI. huj| uut | v (h(1
We advocate prepared, is in this
•hop. We are prepaied to receipt sub-
scription bills six days in the week,
and if you can't get around in the six
days We'll grab it on Sunday without
batting an eye or turning a hair.
It is the mirror which reflects the
inner life of our homes and our peo
Ralph ( . Young, (owner),
O or photi
1 room house.
E. B. DUNLAP 7
♦ Physician and Surgeon ♦
♦ Office Hours 10 a. m. to 12 m. ♦
2 to 4 p. m. 4
■> First Natl. Bank Bldg., 2nd Floor. 4
♦ Office Phone 15—Res. Phone 735 4
OUR HOMES AND OUR PEOPLE.
The home life of this community is
an indication of the character and
makeup of the people who constitute
Of course you will find exceptions
local grain market
FOR RKNT Two nice furnished
iiHims. board if desired, with private
amily. Close In. 708 C avenue
5 « 4tp
Lawton I''IR RENT—Furnished rooms for
.. nn HKht h0ll"e keepir"f- also °ne sleep-
s ing room. 70.3 D. Phone 246 or 420.
<>**«• + •** m m 1, t +
* j. a. Fain John M. Young 4
FAIN & YOUNG
Lawton, Okla. 4
30c to 3«c
Indigestion nearly always disturbs
the sleep more or less, and is of,en
the Cause of insomnia. Eat a liirh, tud,.,,
I HRLE FURNISHED ROOMS
I'OR RENT—Two 2 room cottages 4
furnished for light house keeping 4
to every rule of life, but it is «„ ,"!'Z-1 ht"e 'f anv meat' and
disputable r-i,t that th V als° ",k- """ • hamber
l <a tact that the home life of Tablets immediate!
I'er, and see if you
l etter. Obtainable .
rlo not rest much
this town and country-side is one
the i,tightest spots in „ur existen ,
We have been in a „ ajvnty
local hvines, and in almost ex.- ,
*e have found a spirit of h.,,Tine
contentment and thrift pr. .. i|,
•even days in the week. We ha
found amicable relations
txveen the heads of famili,
found strang indications . f
•pect and devotion ,, i|„
child. for their parerU
found u spirit of love and com,
•hip existing one toxvard another.
It speaks in volumes fo. ilu M
the people, and the coinmui
dicates thut we ha\ pvople
•bove average i„ i„telligf, „ .
>nsr in an atmosphere that elevat
stead of destroys.
In the husines housi and th.
•hops, find a consistent desire tot ^nt'
fairmmdsd and just in the commerci- ""'e ani1 P,,inful Part. The hi I fi„ ,s
' ~ f''e«,|y a"d in a short time the stiff-
"DICK" STALLION 4
For ( rade License No. l. ♦
light house keeping. PhotM .",71. * GEO. YOUNG'S (JLN 4
4-17tf * Phone *s"'- Weight 2000 lbs. 4
♦ J. W. L. WHITTEN, Mgr. 4
phone 246 and 120. -.0,,'/ _
Sam Maddux has appointed the fol-
lowing nun as precinct registrars for
t omanche county:
Brown Township, Precinct No. I, J.
D. Davis; Precinct No. 2, A. C. Truax
' handler, I.afc Brown.
Wolverton Bhlg.'cor. 5th and D 4 , ' ro>llv' !'r,'a"'l No. 1, W. R. Ray,
1 _ 1 recinct No. 2, Edward T. Miller.
Hulen, Will Miller.
Lawton. Precinct No. 1, Albert Lan-
do"; Precinct No. 2, Fred Heinz.
Lincoln, Precinct No. 1, F. M. John-
Precinct No. 2, C. C. ( rmiks.
Indiahoma, J. I). | ool.
Mangum, Precinct No. 1, j. u#
Clark; Precinct No. 2, M. T. Murphy.
McMaster, T. J. Goss.
Lake, J. D. Lamb.
Paynter, S. S. Hollingwortli.
Quanah, (i. Norris.
Richards, Precinct No. 1, Juo. Sut-
ton; Precinct Nn. 2. Perley R. Ben- RFSOIIRCF?
_ s zrxx «r«r.
REWAK.1 /ella Cl.r... i>.,u.i. '' "miture and Fixtures
W. C. HENDERSON 4
Attorney and CounNeior at Law ♦
Phone 373 +
Stevens-Galyon Building ♦
is more than Shoe Polish
It is composed of wax and oils so combiner! .c
THE SHWOIA HOME Sft
can Er/ir,t'.™"PS!ent shoe Shining '« y°°
Sold at a nominal cost to
for home, grip or
BLACK TAN — WHI1E
At all Dealers Take no substitute"
the hom: set
CITIZENS STATE BANK
Of Lawton, Oklaaomu, Jiay 1st, 1916.
r springs, copper honey
or, spei ilications of lots
Fo, information see
BROWN £ CUNNINGHAM,
1'gin, Phone 11 on N, Elgin.
(W'ed and Sat tf
HANKERS OF DRAFT
llrnfi feel best when xve are hot
Md perspiring, ju t when they are
mo-t danger ni:- and the result is
Neuralgia, Stiff Neck, Sore Muscle.
. "ometimes an attack of Rheuma-
l.' is I Bunch of keys Sunday, either
m town or on way to Post. Re-
gard i," returned to Home bakery.
FOUND—A bunch of keys. Owner
may have them by identifying same
"id paying for this ad. 5.4tf
I "M tolding hand purse contain-
ing $16.00 in bills. Bank duplicates
> name. C. c. Officer, etc Return to
r- t'eo. I'ugh and receive reward.
LtiSl Check between Ninth and
payable to Ford garage. Returu
fa ate. Reward. j.4()
Zella, Clarence Rybolt. ,uu „ , „
ass.,, i City. Ward No. I. Precinct Due from Bank16 " "
«t U_. «*ln„(| No. I, Dr. W. If. Mead Lowemrer ■ , ^
an cr Cash Items
l eck. Grocery. a"ln 1'Al',langes for Clearing House
W ard \o • r • . Cash in Bank
" ar« > . 2, Precinct No. I, c. C.
'"y '"'Iwyhur Htiuniiiig ... . •
the 2; . .. reciBct No" 2- W. C. Hasen-
rty' Hiolen from any nn'milor
vldenrp °to !•'i
""'"f.'^y^aMSi Black. Spence Grocery or Wolverton
3-1 if I'resb'lent.
I al affairs of the day. That craving to
To Drive Out Malaria
frnmav '"aV<,S' Thol"■ ""^ing
,, h n?UJa 'a 0r N#ur«llfic Head
T.ke the UP The System ', ' -Pl-I,cations
Qulaine and Iron in n tasteless |orn, and W!'rmth and <juiet rest and sleep
Iron ?" ?*"" oul malaria, the Possible. Goo.1 10r Neurit .
Iu"d' "" ,he ,y,t*n>. W cents Price 2.5c. at your Drugjs, ,
Bldg.t Precinct No. 2. F L Meadows' ! r''."!
' "ua<|o s, LIABILITIES
Capital Stock Paid In
A' Surplus Fund
s Wart NO. 3. Precinct No. 1 C A V" , ^ ,n ,
. Carney. Keeuan Hotel; l'recinct No 2 nT ^ ."n ' ?!*
: N. A. McDuffle, Jewelry Store ' , . " ' Profits, less Expenses and Taxes Paid '
I Ward I. John Boetner, (irWery ''' "T'S"S fSu!,>rt to ™eck '
♦ Store. demand Certificates of Deposit
I Wnr«l i? i _ . . .. . Certificates of Dnnnfiif 4.1
When you need any-
thing in the line of
neat and attractive
S,ut'' °f Oklahoma, County of Comanche, ss; W86,901.83
Many people cough and cough u T' Keei:an> Cashier of the above named Bank ,i„ i ,
fr°m *hC XS Otterftt *55 S - cl°:e 8Ut°ment iS true *° the - - '«>■ "nowCrd'La.T::
Ward No. No. 1, E A °f Dep°sit
Tucker, liMI7 S.rond St.; Precinct No "
2. J v M.n— 1- ... ' 'ashlers (hecks Outstanding
^ | *' • " *■ v 1 in V .HI.
-• Jm McGee, Grocery, Fifth Ward.
COI.I) QUICKLY RELIEVED
• .1 , ' • ijfni
. through to Spring. Others get cold
I afHr cold' Take Dr. King's -New Dis-
SOLD BY covery and you will Ket almost im-
med,ate relief- It checks your cold,
. stops the racking, rasping tissue V ™mmi"sion e
I tearing cough, heals the i^.:^CORRECT-ATTEST
; L. J. LATHRAM ; ^ wuK„, tne inllamma-
: .'«d St. First Natl. Bank Bldg S T the tubes. Easy ,0
• U/ II D ' Antlse",i<' and Healing. Get a
■ Wall Paper, Glass, • f r. King s New Di.cov-
I Wall ery a"d ke,'p '< in the house. It i
Subscribed and sworn to before me this Jh
My commission expires June 20, 1918. ' l'l\B\, Notary Public.
W. F. BARBER,
RILEY S. SMITH,
G. S. BARBER, Directors.
Floor and Wall 1 cwUinivT" " th," h0U81'- "U is '"'ans & Securities .
Finishes of .11 Kind. | . u,,,. ., S ZSSS - hS S5T "
SEE ME— i SsztrtC"1 -s""
nearly always helps.
. 3,000.00 j Surplus
6,400.00 Undivided Profits
. 121,107.8-, Deposits
• • 12,500.00
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