The Lawton Constitution (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 278, Ed. 1 Friday, June 30, 1916 Page: 2 of 8
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THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION
Weaver present, J. C. Talmadge at- j
Claims were acted upon as follows: |
Claim No. 2SR0; T. J. Mitchell;!
criminal fees as Deputy Sheriff; :
amount $36.12; allowed $34.02; dis-!
Claim No. 2361; J. S. Hanks; crim-
inal fees as Deputy Sheriff; amount!
$26.46; allowed $26.46.
Claim No. 2362; \V. J. Good; crim-
inal fees as Deputy Sheriff; amoun'
$2.73; allowed $1.82; disallowed 91!
Claim No. 2363; Vic Sparlin; crim-j
inal fees as Deputy Sheriff; amount!
$3.60; allowed $3.60.
Claim No. 2282; E. H. Garrett;]
plumbing repairs; amount $9.14; al-1
Claim No. 2286; Thos. Richardson;!
expense to Norman; amount $16.92;j
Claim No. 2292; Thos. Richardson;}
expense of trip to Norman; amount!
$5.39; allowed S5.39.
Claim No. 23t/6; E. E. Butler; ser-j
vices on Examining Board; amount
$15.00; allowed $15.00.
Claim No. 2307; C. Rybolt; services'
on Examining Board; amount $15.00; [
Claim No 2309; T. J. Mitchell; mile-
age in hunting cattle thief; amount!
$6.40; allowed $3.84; disallowed!
.... . , . . . Claim No. 2313; Thomas M. Bixby;
diator, specifications of lots of cars the soreness and st.ffnes. away and g>1 a9 Secreta Count E,eclion|
costing $1,000 to $1,200, price $740 f. set you in fine shape for the morrow. for month8 of Aprjl and „
o. b. Can let one sub-agency at Law- Uu should also use it for a sudden 1916. amoun( $16 66. allowed $lfi 6fi i
ton. For information see attack of toothache, stiff neck, back- claim No 2364- T J Mitchell-
BROWN & CUNNINGHAM, ««he. stings, bites and the many acci- mileaKe in ' hunting 'cattle' thief;
That Cigar has the All-Havana Aroma
us * GENT5'Ccnt
aniffikr*-' *5 Cigar
U)hc Havana Filler
A real smoke"
Built for discriminating smokers that favor
the Havana flavor. Try one
R. Ric« M. C. Co., St. Louis, Mfn. of Mercantile
Devonshire High Grade 10-Cent Ciga
d I -.dy
PULLMAN CAR. SHOULD SLOAN'S LINIMENT GO
•Gefore buying an auto it will pay
you to look at the Pullman. You fret Of course it should! For after a
l est value for your money, genuine strenuous day when your muscles
leather upholstered throughout, cant have beer .xercised to the limit an ap-
lever springs, copper honeycomb ra- plication of Sloan's Liniment will take
dents that are incidental to a vaca-
amount $3.00; allowed $2,16; disal-
Now is the Time to Get Rid of Thowe
There's no longer the slightest need
of feeling ashamed of your frecles, as
(Wed and Sat tf;tion- ' We would as soon leave our ]owed $144
baggage as go on a vacation or camp claira N(J- 2389; E. L. Gordon; ink
out without Sloans Liniment." Write-,>eraser; amount 35 cents; allowed 35
one vacationist: "We use it for every-1 cents.
thing from cramps to toothache. Claim No. 2392; Jennett S. Crosby;
Put a bottle in your bag, be prepared postage, express and drayage; amount
and have no resrets. $9.15; allowed $9.15.
■ Claim No. 2393; I. V. Cruce; amlit-
COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS ir'K records; amount $158.73; a!!ow-
' ed $158.73.
June 6 1916. Claim No. 239; Thos, Richardson;
The Board met this day at 1:00 boarding prisoners; amount $136.55;
the prescription othine — double 10'cloc|( p, m > yj q Weaver and J. J. a"°wed $136.55
strength—is guaranteed to remove! Davis present, J. C. Talmadge absent. The resignation of Jesse Hancock,
these homely spots. Claims were acted upon as follows: Treasurer of Painter Township; is
Simply get an ounce of othine— SUPPLY. hereby accepted.
double strength—from any druggist Claim No. 2271; The Dorsey Com- Frank A. Hollander is hereby ap-
and apply a little of it night and pany; supplies for County Treasurer; P°'n'®d Treasurer of Painter Town-
morning and you should soon see that amount $3.00; disallowed $3.00. ship to fill vacancy caused by the re-
even the worst freckles have begun to Claim No. 2401; D. E. Andrews; signation of Jesse Hancock,
disappear, while the lighter ones have: pans for jail; amount $5.10; allowed 'rhe monthly report of Joe L. Port-
vanished entirely. It is seldom that' $5.10. <t, County Treasurer, is hereby ap-
more than an ounce is needed to com- CONTINGENT. proved.
pletely clear the skin and gain a beau- Claim No. 2353; Comanche Light The Board then adjourned to meet
tiful clea rcomplexion. and Power Company; lights for court at 1:00 °'clock P- m-
Be sure to ask for the double house; amount $37.00; allowed $35.15; ——
strength othine as this is sold under discount $1.85. WHY IT SUCCEEDS,
guarantee of money back if it fails to Claim No. 2302; Hommes-Wilson-
Walker Company; 2 checking books; Because It's For One Thing Only, and
People of all classes are
d\scovering that our clean-
ing, pressing and repairing
service represents complete-
We do all of our work so
thoroughly that he who calls
will call again.
When will you call?
Gevers & Vanis
amount $2.00; allowed $2.00.
WIDOWS AND ORPHANS COM-
PENSATION FUND AS ORDER-
ED BY COUNTY JUDGE.
Claim No. 2428; Mrs. Eva Spencer;
support of minor children; amount
$15.00; allowed $15.00.
Claim No. 2429; E. L. Gordon; sal-
ary as County Assessor; amount
$350.00; allowed $350.00.
ROAD AND BRIDGE.
Claim No. 2400; Lafe Owen; pipe;
amount $3.00; allowed $3.00.
Lawton People Appreciate This.
Nothing can be good for everything.
Doing one thing well brings suc-
Doan'3 Kidney Pills are for oi
For weak or disordered kidneys.
Here is Lawton evidence to prove
Mrs. I. F. Colley, 916 Gore Blvd
Lawton, says: 4,I am never without
Doan's Kidney Pills and I feel that it
is by their use I am kept so free from
The Home Beautiful
HOME must be attractive to be a "real home."
To be such and to fill all the demands required
of it makes it imperative that draperies, curtains, rugs,
hangings, linens and furnishings must be spotlessly
The easiest and best way is to send
all your curtains, draperies, etc., to us to
The cost is nothing compared with the satisfaction
and pride gained in having them look like you want
them and your friends expect them to look. For when
they come to see you, naturally they remark about the
order and cleanliness of your home furnishings.
Try our Laundry and Dry Cleaning
department and be convinced. You'll be
agreeably surprised at the results.
Yours for the "Home Beautiful,"
We Give S-H Green Trading Stamps
V. R. MORDY, Mgr.
Phone 473 8 Gore Ave.
er. The consumer s responsibility be- of the refrigerator a moment longer bottle it is a wise precaution t
gins the moment the milk is delivered than is necessary. Keep the milk cov- the ck as described.
at his doorsetp. ered, using paper caps or an inverted
Because ' poured from vessel to tumbler on bottles, or storms: it in
The Board then adjourned to meet attacks of ki<lne>' complaint and en
JJune 7, 1916, at 9:00 o'clock a. m.
; COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS.
June 7, 1916.
The Board met this day at 9:00
o'clock a. m., J. J. Davis and W. O.
joy good health. I have the same high
words of praise for this medicine now
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that
Mrs. Colley had. Fister-Milbum Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y,
Second Hand Cars
THE THREE "OS" OF CARING
FOR M1I.K IN THE HOME.
For sale or trade for stock.
Some good bargains if
HIJCK AUTO CO.
MR. TENNIS PLAYER
Could you play better tennis if you had a better racquet? If so
why don't you come in and ace those Harry C. Lee, Slotted Throat
Racquets. You can lend real distinction to your Tennis Playing if you
hav ' one.
Fresh 1916 Tennis Kails just arrived for you, sir. If in doubt
Kit a \N ri^ht & Ditson's official adopted Rule Book. Tennis Raquet
WASHINGTON, D. C., June 30.—
The three "C s" for the proper care of
milk in the home, according to the
dairy specialists of the United States
Department of Agriculture, are:
Keep milk—Clean, Cold, Covered.
Milk is a highly perishable food and
the length of time it will remain sweet
407-409 E Ave. anc* sa*e especially for children, de-
Phone 742 thl* specialists say, almost en
tirely upon the constant care it re-
ceives from cow to consumer. Milk
passes through ^hree agencies—the
product r, the dealer, and the consum-
er. If the first two have done their
part, clean, safe milk will be deliver-
ed, thoroughly chilled, to the consum-
vesel on the street is very liable to
contamination from dust, manure par-
ticles and germs, milk is best deliver-
ed in capped bottles. If bottled milk
can not be obtained, the housewife
should try to have someone in the
family receive the milk in a clean,
covered utensils. Any household uten-
sil that is to be used as a vessel for
keeping milk should first be cleaned
thoroughly and scalded.
Before opening a bottle of milk,
wash and wipe the neck and outside of
the cap with water and a clean cloth.
scalded utensil, cover it instantly, and The little depression on the top of the
put it without delay i*nto the refrigera- cap may collect dust or water and any
tor, or the coldest available place. that leaks out may attract flies.
Under no circumstances should an Lift out the cap with a pointed instru-
uncovered pitcher, bowl or pan be left nient, so that the outside of the cap,
out on the porch to receive bulk milk, which may be contaminated, will not
The vessel, both before and after the,',e pushed down into the milk. Each
milk is poured into it, is accessible to time the milk is to be poured from the should not be kept in proximity
flies and collects particles of dust and —— — -- -
MILK IN A REFRIGERA'
The refrigerator where ir
stored should be cleaned regular
pecial care being given to keep:
drip pipe free and clean. The it
also should be cleaned and any
where food is kept or milk
should be scalded occasionall}
sal-soda solution. The refrig
even though cold, may quickly •
taminated by a few drops of
milk, or by smal particles of fo
matter how clean the refrig
milk should never be kept in a
vessel. As milk absorbs odors e
such foods as *ish, cabbage, or
F. SCHWARTE, JR.
I'll ON E DIIO.
30.". I) AVENUE
R U Superstitious ]
Phone or Call on
D. E. ANDREWS
Successor to Andrews & Magann
For your next Plumbing or Tin Work.
412 5th St. Phone 134
Do You " yo,u do you,,re
n !• * judicious adver-
Believe ^ and a good
- business man. Ju-
ln Olgns dicious advertising
?and especially when
you advertise in a
paper that is read
0 by everybody in
of everybody who might be a
possible buyer in this section.
Even in the case of bottled milk,
however, the consumer must see that
the bottle is not left out in the heat
for a moment longer than is neces-
sary. Milk should be delivered and
kept at a temperature of 50 degress'
F. or lower—the colder the better. At1
such temperatures bacteria develop
very slowly and milk undergoes little
change until consumed. A slight rise
temperature above this point,
however, permits bacteria to multiply
rapidly and brings about rapid de
terioration of the milk, which may
render it unfit for ordinary use and
make it highly dangerous for babies
and little children. For this reason
bottled or other milk should not be al-
lowed to remain in a warm place,
on a sunny porch or in a hot kitchen,
for a moment longer than is neces-
DELIVERY OF MILK IN HOT
In hot wether the best plan is to
have the milkman put the milk direct
I )y into the refrigerator, because at .
that time of year milk can not be kept
| properly without ice. If a refrigerator
is not available, provide a small box
containing ice, and if ice is unobtain-
able, provide some tijrht container
with insulated walls that keep the
heat from getting rapidly to the cold
milk. A home-made fireles cooker is
admirable for this purpose, especially
if partially filled with ice. In the ab-
sence of any of these devices, arrange
with the milkman not to leave the
milk in the sunlight, but to put it in
the coolest, shadiest place around the,
HANDLING MILK IN THE HOUSE
In handling milk around the home,1
do not pour it from one vessel to an- j
other until it is to be consumed. Do
not let the bottle of milk remain out i
At the American-Mexican Boundary
Fence—The "Makings" of Peace
Patrolling boundary lines is a
lonesome job and it's no wonder the
patrols on both sides of the fence fre-
quently indulge in friendly inter-
course. Here we see a Yankee soldier,
himself always plentifully supplit J
with tobacco, generously tharinf
"Bull" Durham with a Carranz
While the Mexican la not as neat
natty ns the American tha f":
seems to be far better equipped
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