The Lawton Constitution (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 247, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 24, 1916 Page: 2 of 4
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THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION
THE fONWTITVTlON' COWAXT
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^ottofri' * *• Law"
of M.«2. :<*>
Advertising ir. til* Cot g-
Keep right on kicking ki:xer
He deserves every i..ci be g 's.
A paper must stand for scraetiing
in order to get results.
Pigs are everlast.-giy i J eternal-
ly granting. And wc • • : *
Every time we tea.- a big: strappi-g
ffjii * i-mrti-g we th.nfc of a E>r ■
■tirr bog * helped to eat ee years
Sba3 office holders same tbeir ta:-
cesser; ' It wu *e tie people
protwbly will iook after tftai. An of-
ficer iboul • feci grateful for his r- -
lag aad let the peep'* do the rM.
There are about a thousand <iiffer-
cst kinds tf ooaqoitoes. bat we are
■ot hanker, ag after the job of deter-
min c which ote bites the hardest.
Too at hare rt-
'.V> LTER E. VIX.
Far Ceert Clerk—
CLIFTON vv. SIMPSON.
For loan?* We.gher—
I F. COLLET.
GEORGE H VOODLIFF.
J A. ADAMS
M. M. MEADOWS.
For Coaaty Attaraey—
V C. MOORE.
J. A. DIFFENDAFFER
Foe Cwaunafr. Eastern DiiCrkt—
E. B. GREGORY,
w. C. NICKKLL.
C. A DUNHAM.
Fer Cwamiowr. Western DiiOict—
JOHN H. EDWARDS.
S 0. CEVTCHER.
J. ;. DAVIS
Far CmaieiaeT. —
J. C. TALMADGE-
J. F. TEDFORD. f
For County Treasurer—
J. M .MiLT. HAYNES
I. R BOB. JAQCESS
For Coaatj CVrk.
SANDY W GREGORY.
For CeulT Aivmo#—
E. L GORDON.
For Superintendent PiWe Instrcctiac
JEN'NETT S. CROSBY.
J. A JOHNSON.
Mate Seaatot—IT ti Distrigf—
J. ELMER THOMAS.
Far Cautr Jadge—
R. J. LAY.
Far Ja«tke of Peace. Lawtea Dis-
CH ARLES C BLACK.
-**k, MaTti* Rtti'
NEGLECT OF DUTY'.
Warden of Colorado .Stat* Kefor ma-
te*-j Is R^«r*ud to R«Mfi
For ADnH Mil-
DEN'LR. Colo., May 24.—Specific
c arges of alleges misconduct were
:cr.taioed in a second notice served
•n M. P. Capp, wadren of the state
reformatory at Buer.a Vista, ty Got-
err.or Geci-^e Jl Carlson. commanding
him to show cause why he skould not
pa Tiwrrr f~~ removed uXNH ofice.
After making the general charge of
neglect of duty,"* jt-aifeajar.ee in of-
fice and incompetency, the complaint
would y: - ivxre done if the
i been under ftre?"
would hare collected the fare recites:
same But you see I ten; her That Capp permitted
akisz of her tiiW'i age in*
MAXWELLS MAKE NEW
RECORD ON COAST
Aoioa^ile is First ta Reach Lake
Taiwe ia Great Drier
\ « Ecu - Mark <rf tli Mile, ta
Galies of Ga«*Sae is Reristered.
*'i'.cat Capp permitted .-.mates at
various times to escape a-d sect an
mat* to anotiier state to hoc: for
- m. and that he allowed coocrioctioss
among employes to defray expenses
of . -..gatior. resisting rfmoral. *
«aU.-y of one who ref.ied to ctx. ri-
:-M ?eine cat: that Capp violated the
«tate L**" ia caasir.g iamates w m
* - ?ped aad other brutal and ir.fca-
T-e gwremor cites one altered inci-
:-;r.: :n * :ki he ciargt^ an ir.male
wa- cha 3ed to a fiery ircr acd forced
to rana:- js-reral feocn expoaed to the
TDSACCo IS PRE7ARO)
RJiv S^'OKESS UN&ERTHE
PROCf SS ErsCOVcRED IN
\ EXPERIMENTS TO
fRJ-UCETTIE MOST D£-
- GrlTT.'LAND WHOLE-
JULY 30^ !J07
D5£S HPT BITE THE TONGUE
of the astooooue poMk. or Maxwell
cars, says Mr. A S. . . g
handSes Xmei! cars kwaHy. EHnrrg
the ner.ti of May *toek Maxarrt! cars
Sate fceer pot threcgh varices pares
t 'xx-g the Pact!5.-: coast and is erery
ratance un estaiSuhed recor-ii that
pnxl*:m dependability, strength and * - *e*er. iy applj-3g
the aU-tmiortant :reas of eco-s-omy. Ciaa:«erlam'i lakwL Oiraja.
Ray McNamara. wfco has pikted
sererai Maxwell e^cw rttna aad . ~ " ; ~
whoette seed a record x Detr^t f" 1 ^ *"•
M:E.nces .eft tctay for tneir camp
*-s* n-.a«t detigatfal eia«:- of
year, bat this cacn*3t %e m-<z
rsanmiti: T-.e co s; ind .imp weath-
er b-:.ngs oa r-.mi;:^ p_lna wises
are a<sj pieasmt T ey can
near Lost Lake waere they will it an-
P. A. puts new joy
into the sport of
YOU may live to
be 110 and never
feel old enough to
vote, but it's cer-
tain-sure you'll not
know the joy and
contentment of a
friendly old jimmy
pipe or a hand rolled
cigarette unless you get on talking-terms
with Prince Albert tobacco!
P. A. comes to you with a real reason for all the
goodness and '.satisfaction it offers. It is made by
a patented pre ess that removes bite and parch!
You can smoke it long and hard without a come-
back! Pnnce Albert has always been sold without
coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality!
Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette
j enjoyment! And that flavor and fragrance and
ij coolr.ess is as good as that sounds. P. A. just
answ ers the universal demand for tobacco
without bite, parch or kick-back
Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder
than to walk into the nearest place that sells
tobacco and ask for "a supply of P. A." You pay
out a little charge, to be sure, but it's the cheer-
fullest investment you ever made!
yw. see aad admire a
beaut:f .1 woaan always remember
tit,, year own wife if ir -- ~ Far"
mmtk* jaat a httle
REPUBLICAN ANNOUNCEMENTS Oakland to Sa- Jase the speedometer
ir.c* -r 4ZA miles w*ea tie engine
stopped after ««*m:ng its pjppfy of
ace gal.< - of gasoline.
ta Sa t!
isarf Li li|ut
earfy alwaya djstarts
or Jess, md is often
aad jast a little tetter tra- any ocher
JOSEPH a MARKLE
Kiowa cocety is wd to be threaten- ^ fnm ^
ed with aa epidraac of hag chaitn ***- ^mtacay distljars are e«7Jip-
whirh shoald put erery ace in ttat .p:'g their plarrj for maf:*g aV'i-io.
coor.ty on gwari. and arrange for vac They are selling .nmesne qtsastit.e«
action and ima>u e againat the dis ?or aptajr,,. It
jis nd thaj erery tjae a 4$-ceatise(e.
PLA.VT O/TTON. «Voio
This nr an not hit forerei ■ « Barieyeara appears •
Shoald peace cotae the price of cottar * rc'!B-•"-* 'tt4> - ® 0WB aga —Gutfc-
will jump skyward while the prices of "*
aoene other things will act. We are ao- 0
aa iafai:: fle pr gt!o«oeat«- but nr.: La-- - -h ~~z i-- plant g
ta aamestly adrise erery farmer t'. in asaoevx- :'e trade txcannL Thty
plan: amy arailabie acre to carton ?r-pcse to make a t&rwe days" toar
rigkt bow. . ower the county, suiting all the «a H-
a rr towns and ealimg oa tae farmers
TRADE EXCURSION. - • *aj The .4«a u o rait
That trade excamoc idea is a good nu *vtr "cSMaiataaee aad more
aae—gtt wtatf it and ma. e -jp yc- r ' *' '•« W'
mind ta go It will cost ocly a rxnaical Cwnanche -oor.ty. Fifty rars Ioaaed
sum aad will be well worth the mooer Law.or, hustlers are to make the
•per*, on :t You Lead to get acquaint- Tbe pl*a looks like a michty
ed. It w.2 r.ot adverti« any oae ind- ?w>d <** *** Ckickaaha may well
ridual firm. M will boost for Lawton. u" <* « **« to foi
<Writt*ea « at war. « the pro "^r'r ":t Tr*'t '' 00 h t
pMtion making sch« al« d ro. " er<T~ °'T
early is Apri! when he drore a stock
touring tar u miles on a gaCon cf
gasoline, broke ha own record ia Cali-
fornia. wieo be drore a car frrs _
SAFE MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN.
"t it safe* is tie frat <pestyxt
to he c-Msviered wi*c baj m| rocgi
medicate for c^ifdren. Ctam :erin.- i
. . „ Couch Renwty has ioac >eeti a far-
la «cterj«c with McNama.-as per- .... _-,i ., ...
f:rtr_ir--e. a re;.:- :«x« from Seart> ' . . '' -' ■* ~ ^ !nea*- lr<!
that a Maxwe.: tearing or maie tie " " ^ ~ ^ «• :f
rtm from Seatt.e to Tatoma oa a gal- -■ T * 5 U ^^7 after sup-
loc of casoUae A - — of « as to an It a peeas- z*t, ant see if ym do n^ re?t mucL
mflm ZZZiJL uHTca ™ ^ ^ ^
, , _ , . piHlBH< wnen a ■w'.i.ir.n- au:
ciii*^* ^ P""^"" ->-u7-. f'™" 10 Tlli 3^ McGee kflt fc-ia af-.-T^r for
R.J.Rer eU* Toba«o Ca.WlMoo.StUi N.C Copyright 1916 by R. J. Reynold* Tobacco Co.
tae casse cf
of ?o«ss« tiiSdrec F.pj*r with
H. B. Traitt, Ben C. Truitt and Mr.
and Mr*. R. D. Traitt hare returned
to tbeir homes at Gainesville, Texas,
. >;- . after attending tbe funeral of J. R.
Eat a light Tr_Jltt_
Gefore bojing *n auto it will pay
yc . to look at tbe Pullman. You eet *2-^# "P. to order,
•eat Taloe for your money, genuine
TELEPHONE NO. 3.
Decoration Day is Bear. In our line
shall offer Cemetery Vases for cut
tower?, 15c and 25c each.
Trimmed foliage wreathes $1.50,
a =< s: e5eirtxal is r*.ieT~t ciwzha. Fischer a.-d Sterling wb r re wtD ephoteared throaghoot, cant-
AVOID SPRING COLD*.
coi ls and
" -P- oocama:.e erery- anerd to
■ •ssneas matten.
jiiie; caaccea, fctgh wsac<. si.f:- Pres. A C. Far>y !ai rttzrvi ®r4!_"i!*eri viedAag.
mg season tarn* oalds aad gr-.ppe, and from a short : 5si!**s trip to Oklabo- *-M ^ Bear of tin city aad
these spring colds are acaojricg and :na Crty Mr George Hnitert of Iniiaioma.
dsagerous and are liiesy tc rsra imo *-cre mamed re ti.i r.ty laac erer.in.r
--ror. inner -:oogh. la tact * RT CONSTIPATION INJURES. l" co"' ^ br.de s .rotaer.
case* use a -jeatasent of Dr. Rings " ' "r" ®'v A- ^ Leake. pas-
New Diaccvery, a pleasant Laxative oowe.s are '"e nataral sewer ' * - ^ Baptist chur 'h o&rstir^.
Tar Syrop. i j^- thes tbe coigb, *** syrtem if the body. Wier. they ^ -** ' '"manj was nscd. MUs
checks the cold and help* break ap an
attack of grippe. Its already prepare4.
erer >princs. copper honeycomb
siator. specifications of lots of ears
coating tl/AO to I1J00, price J7« f.
o. b. Can let o«se stib-ageney at Law-
ton. For information see
EEOWN t CUNNINGHAM,
Elgin. FV>ce 11 on S, Elgin.
• Wee! and Sat tf
To Drive Oat Malaria
And Build Lp The System
P- Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
eor_t.:pi: - a " • , 7 I TASTELESS chill TONIC. Yoa know
matter wi h 5*cg. I Lov. 1 on Traiy and was what too are taking, as the fonac'a is
Cape Jasmines. Dairies, Sweet Peas,
l-arge line of plants from 10c ap.
mixing or fussing. Jss; ask yocr boold carry eff is abaorbed in at napan:-- iy Mr . A U Leake or.
dreegm f r a lottit of Dr Eir.gt 1 syrtes:. amkmg yoa fee! daG '■**<> ^ tr.de . dreaa was of
New Discorery. Tested and tried for aM ttipid, a-jd interfering with tbe w~"-* and for her i-oqjet ahe
over 4* years. digestioe and —aimilariaa of food. c*rria< pink ;a"iamines. The Ronse
Tiis coriit.m is !zlickly relieved by *** prettily decorated with rat flow-
Jctn Thtmtim. wis is operator at ChamberUn « Ta?' • OHaittiM*
tbe Yale theatre, has been called to
Groom is postmaster at Indiahoma.
Newly weds wil! make that city their
heme. Congratulation and best wish-
es from their many friends will fol-
A piuable scene took place in the
ma-_y win g i. Do yoor par- : help
the cam-, ttee to get mea en to t-o.
by makinz a jr.ted campa.gr. fi
more buineas.—CkjAa'Si Express.
A DIPLOM AT.
German aneatista say that indus-
trial or daaatare t alcabo: ail! be 'he -rv_ . . ,
I have to pay fare for the ttle
PMIaa of tbe nxjtor car irdustry fellow 1' asked u.e mo-her. of tbe
A*, the prese.it bcw -. v "•! ' '
itor . n Germany is ext. d r alco- nt U**T STe? asks the driver.
Tber. be has ta be paid for.'
IV irKher pays and goes her way
Vernon, Texas, by the illness of his
Insure your crops in tbe Spring-
BIOS W ANTED FOR OIL LEASE field Fire and Manne Ins. Co., the old-
est in Oklahoma. Pa d J!.500.000 loas-
: Wil ease my farm in Sec. 32. es in Oklahoma. Prompt aettlements court deri. s office his afternoon. A
. ap 1 ranee 10 to party fferir.g our uotto. Give the company your BCi<i!e aged cc-jule trie! to appl;- for
cte«t casji payment oowr,. Terms of usir.esa that coven your bouses, a marriace license but they were too
lease can e s«- at Ot.wns Sute The St. Pao! has withdrawn from IS. drunk to make the applicaion. Of
Hart Addroa to F. Bexdecheck. li. 15 Comanche cojnty. except hail course Ihey were refused by H. J.
S-23 5t Remember I take renewals on cancel- Murphy, deputy court clerk.
ted policies from St. PaaL
R B THOMAS. Agent, OUTSIDE WORK DONE
pr.sted on every Ubel, showing it
CNuise nd Iron in a tasteless fonn
Tbe Quiz'.oc drtres oct malaria, the
Iron ti:Ids cp toe ijttea. SO cents
IL. J. LATHRAM!
PROPOSALS FOR CONSTRUCTION
e*en; momer.t -rearly every
Germany ia exploding alco-
bo.. An American eagiM
that bis ftrm geta SO per
Pure, Healthful, Dependable
Made from Cream of Tartar
No Alum—No Phosphate
of two double sets N. C. 0. Quart-
ers. Garage for Motor Ambulance.
Shelter for Fire Apparatus, and
Shelter for Road Roller and Motor
Track, will be received until Jane 12,
1S1<, and ther. ope-.ed. Plans, specifi-
cations, or information upoo applica-
nt-- to CONSTRUCTING QUARTER-
MASTER. Fort SilL Oklahoma.
CAN VOU DOl'BT IT
I ree to farmer . 1'♦-r-'4 the Lawtoa
'oftatustloe ta Coaasrle *md Co*too Coaa-
ft..i siTenlsljig. Wmm Tor &Oe tod
ON NEW SCIENCE H ALL. frV *"«*■ *1*> r"m ***> A1* • * p al-
TI*** te*e ads will be banted to JO words
VADWiv f\ \ «. XV n *"d *t!' t* n,D 5 tds win
NORMAN, Okla., kay 24.—Walls t-t t* «urf*-i to ftrtr other thlags—da
have ben erected,the roof U being put "IrSSItMa, tw wor^ „4
tea to the Ltvtca • r>sfltutl .>a
Ftr«| Nail. Bank Bldg. f
Paper, Glass, \
Floor and Wall
; Finishes of all Kinds i
—SEE ME— :
Miaa Jer.nie Hamilton of Letitia,
waa ia the city today visiting with
RHEl'MAT1C PAilS STOPPED
Tie drawing of muscles, tbe sore-
ie*a, stiffneaa and agonizing pain of
When tie Proof Car Be Sa Ea-ily Ia- on and pratcically all outside work is
veatigated. now completed on the new science ball . " ~
a- the University of Oklahoma. Dr. ^ ^ toaT
When so many grateful citiiens of ^Wln DsBarr. professor of chemistry ^ V "j f'* ' 1<>U'
Lawton testify to Nenefit derived rice president of the university. ^ P°URdi- Ph°" ***■ Uwton- lad
fr im Poan's Kidne>- Pilla, can you declares that the : uilding win be
dojbt the evidence? The proof is not ready fo roccupancy in September if
far away—it is alnvst at your door. th* contractors are able to work to as
Read what a resident of Lawton (food advantage during the summer
says about Dnan's K iney Pills. Can as they have during the past two
)ou demand more convincing *esti- ^'ntna. The building will be absohite-
m ry? ly necrsiary for the acccmnrodation of
James Driacol, retired lumberman, students this fa!!.
E Ave. Ijiwtor. says: The
first symptom of kidrey trouble in my
j Reduce Cost:
• of Living
call at this oAre and pay for ad. _
WANTED—To buy 12 or 15 shoats. ;
weifht from 25 to 100 pounds W. |
N. Park. R. 3, Lawton. Okla. S-19 5t
R • rra* «m qui kly yields ta S! an 7* ^rer.eae acroas my kidneys, met last evening at the Congregation-
. ■ I paid no attention to it thinking it al church. These meetings are grow-
It stimulates circulation to
parts. Just apply as direct-
WANTED—Young calves from one
day to two months old prefer red
stock. For Sale—A small mule, 5
years old. about IS hands, cheap if
The Federated Missionary Society ^ «~ A^res J. W. Gaskii,,
.. r . . . „ Geronimo. Okla.. or Phone wS Gero-
nimo fine. 5-23 5t
ior downright economy you
cannot do better than to buy
The be t t.read that caa be
produced. Fresh every day. Buy
your bread from us.
! Sanitary Bakery
FOR SALE OR TRADE—One >. r§e. •
6 years old. gentle to handle. One •
Hariey-Davidson motorcycle in good ;
g of Doan's Kidney Pilla, I be- program, though tbe heaviest *"> °j;
ling them and I must say that I """rk they've yet had showed careful j.^ ,-0|u.e„ s- o c. > ^ r... _
v ould f away but I !ecama worse "> interest and are proving a grjat
and it was hard for rat to stoop or power among tbe churches in a splen-
0 ' "r* *po<*' a jhort tim* 'ife. Plasters helped me somewhat but O'd co-operative work, as it is strictly
pa gr-es way to a tingling ser,- .^e trouble always returned. After interdenomir.atioraL Every number
sa-.jn of comfort and warmth. Here's charing ol
(roof— I have had wonderful relief u,lr,g
since I □>«-! your I iment or. my Mtonished at the results. I got preparation. Much good is exneeted of
' * > think ore application gave wafl at once and after I had used a th**e meetings. The next meeting will
rn* relief >orry I haven t space to tell few boxes, I was cured." be at the First Presbyterian church
vr'- '' '°r> Thanking you f - Price 50c, at all dealers. Dont Oie third Thursday evening in July,
what ), ar remedy has done for me' simply ask fcr a kidney remedy—get Ihc v.-uriv. committee reels War
Ja-- S. Ferguson, Philadelphia. Ilou't Kidney Pilla-tbe same that range the program -.hird Thursday
Pa. Sloans Uniment kilU pain. 25c at cured Mr. Driscol Fo.ter-Milburn Co., night in June, a-cording to regual'r
nru«ri«i- Propa. Buffalo, N. Y. agreenseat.
? 222 D AVE. LAWTON
Batter Crust Wrappers are re-
deemable in S.-H. Green Trad-
C - O - A - L
2,000 Pounds to Ton. We put "ton" in LawTON.
No Trading Stamps. ALL COAL
PAYNE :: :: :: Corner Third and F
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