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PA(iK TWO
THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION
LAWTON CONSTITUTION HOW GOOD THAT
MUSTEROLE FEELS!
Dili I.v Only.
TUB CON'HTITI TIOM COMPANY
J no N. Nht-pb-r l'r< i(lriit and Manager
Fred B. Nlif|ilrr 8cerat«ry
Uttll 109 C Aven 11 -
Telephone 70
It Gets to That Sore Spot
Like Magic
•'•X5®®®®0MS)®(8
Local Markets
(txsxssimsimi&smls!
COTTON MARKET.
.$2.00
„'A-a-li! Fhal ■ delirloui relief for
those sore mns- Ic.s, those stiff joints,
that lame back.
rzr - • ..~"r ; 1 Musterole is a clean, white ointment
any erroneous reflection on the character, ,
•tanning or reputation nf any person, firiu , *vnn lilt oil 01 mustard and
TERMS OF M BM KII'TION
Daily, one ye ir. by mull
Dally, one week. Iiy carrier
An
or corpus lion which may appear In the ibcr home simple -
tolumriN of the Constitution will he gladly [1 dots thi u<irL- - *
corrected upon Its being brought to the , , . ' ijie < M
•tteation of the management. *inonca muBtsra platter, minus the
, —7 — ——I plaster and minus the blister!
hntered ns Hecond class matter, at the vn„ . .1. ,
pok( office ;it I .m w ton, Oklahoma, underact -iiiiipij rtiD .Aiustcron «n the
of March a. 1S7! . spnt where the pain is—rub it on
"" I• riskly—and usually the pain is gone.!
No muss, no bother. Just comfort*
inff, soothing relief —first a gentle
glow, then a delightful sen «■ of cool-
ness. And best of all. no Mister* like
the old-fashioned mustard plaster used
! to make.
j Use Musterole for sore throat, bron-
chitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck.
I asthma, neuralgia, headache, conges-
tion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago,
! pains and aches of the back or joints
i sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chil-
blains, frosted feet and colds of the
!chest (it often prevents pneumonia).
25c and 50c jars; hospital size $2.50.
Dee. ..
Jan. ..
March
May ..
July ..
NKW
YORK
Open
Close
19.11
19.03
19.10
19.16
19.23
19.38
19.38
19.39
spots
quiet,
middling
none.
spots
steady,
rriddlint
;ioo.
NEW ORLEANS.
Open
Close
18.52
Jan
.. .18.61
18.67
March
#.. . 1882
18.90
May
. . . 19.00
19.10
July
19.21
New Orleans
spots steady,
mid-
dling 18..'10. Sales 1,200.
DEMOCRATIC TICKET
NATIONAL
lor President—
IiON WOOUltnW WILSON
l or Vtee Prenldeat—
!ID.\ THOS. |j. MAIIKIIALL
I'or President l:it llnlori (Voir for ten)—
FUA.NK I' DAVIS
c. F 1(1 IS 1:
D. A. M imlUAI.
,1. .1 s 1 • 1: \«• 1:1:
I 'HAKi,i:s \ coakli \
.1. w. 1; 1 I-:CI:
M. A. Mi n ilKLL
HOW A IID W I i:i :|,
JL'SH \\ WATTS
II A It 11Y II SMITH
C'ONC.HESSIOX VI.
!W <ong reunion 11 Dili District —
HON* scott i li lilt IS
STATE
For Corporation < oitinilimloner (Iona term)
CA.Ul'BKLL itt SSKLL.
For < orpor-illon < omini**l<iner lnhort term)
W. D. lU MrilltKY
For State i uiomltteeiiiun—
FKANK SHIPLEY
For JiiNtire Supreme Court, 8<l District—
M ATT 11 LW .1 KAN I
For Ju*llc * Supreme Court fttli Dlntrlct—
I'll Alt LKS M TI I AC K Lit
For JiiiIkc < riminul Court of Appeal*-—
Northern District—
thus 11 dovij:
legislative
For Htate Semite |?(h District—
I I..Ml.lt I 111 1 .1 AS
For KepreMentatlveH, < utton and Comanche
CountleN (Vole for three)-—
A l.i:wis IH'NTKU
FLETCHER HI LEV
W. T. POWELL
LOCAL GRAIN MARKET
Wheat
('orn .,
convict law violators and then tun
them out? Look up the record.
OKLAHOMA LIVE
STOCK MARKET
A SENSIBLE CIGARETTE IS EASY TO "DIGEST"
No word can describe that mean feeling which often
follows smoking a poorly-hlended but otherwise aood
cigarette. Such a cigarette might be called "indigestible."
<| Qn the other hand, Fatimas always give comfort, They
"digest" easily, smoothly as only a delicately balanced
Turkish blend cigarette can. f And best of all, Fatimas
leave a man feeling fine and fit—yes, even after a long-
smoking day. ^ That's why men call Fatimas "sensible".
fj^^'txOoixicco d:
What ever you may say about Lew- .
... , Good to choice heavies
Hunter, he defended the democrat- Best |mt(.hers
against vituperation
party
I slander.
an'i Med. to (food butch, mix
Common to med. mix. .
PiK-i
Be fair and honest in your politics. j..„
... ... , CATTLE
Stand for men who are capable of en- Cows and Heifers_
■ forcing the iaw and who will be Medium to good cows 5.25@5.90
square with the people. (Irass cows 4.50@5.25
0 Strong weight cutters 4.75@5.2n
Resent the fight on Charla Critch ! •'"'u'rs 3.00<ij)4.nC
, . , I air to med. heifers 5.50®7 00
i b)' K,VmB h8r the ",RBe8t vot,! <!ood to choice fed hulls .5.6pf6n0
ever oast for any one person in the Med. to good butch, bull. 4:50@5.25
City of Lawton. STOCKERS ANI) FEEDERS
o. Native
Steers—
(lood to chc. light calves .. 7.50®g.25
COUNTY.
For County Judge—
It. .1 BAY
For County Attorney—
J. S BlllNKlOBT
For Court Clerk—
CLIFTON W SIMPSON
For County ( l.rU—
CHAKLA CHirt'HER
For Kherlfr—
CAltL FHONEBERGER
For < ounty Treasurer—
BEN I Met}El
For Cnunly Surveyor—
G. 1\ .IAPP
For County Superintendent—
J. A JOHNSON
For l ounty —
E. L. < < lit DON
For County Weigher—
I. F COI.LEV
For ( (.unt v 1 mn . I.nwton OUtrict—
J. E. TEDEOHD
For Counts ( 0111 i«tern ItUtrlet—
W. Mi K ELI.
For t onnty I DDI . Western District —
JOHN II EDWARDS
For t oiiotnlile—
Hon M. CALM ANT
B. E. JANES
For Justice of I'fncr—
S ARMSTRONG
S. R. HARPER
Let well enough alone.
o
Vote and vote early.
The legislative ticket and mem-
i^rc - .. 1 . , . . , . to cnc. ngnt calves ..7.502)8.2o
of le(r'aU,ture. h ve made it Heavy stock calves 6.25@7.00
possible for democrats policies to Good to chc. light yrlgs .6.5 5gPO.
prevail in this state, in in constructive Good to chc. stk. heifers .
legislation for thepeople, there is no *^e^* to yearlings ..
state in the Union*that surpasses Ok- <,'°°.d '° Ch'' Stlti helfers
, . to good heifers ....
lahoma. ,, , ,.
Heavy breetlmg cowb ..
~ Voung stock cows, light
Ben McGee has been the subject of Med. to good stock bulls
mis representation at a late hour, and —
this should he resented by giving him
an overwhelming vote tomorrow. \\
There is no better man for County *
Treasurer, and Lawton is his home. \
$1.72
9.95@ 10.00
.9.90@ 10.00
9.65@9.9l
. 9.25@9.(j
IO for
0(^8.2";
Ti
CIGARETTE
/r
.500@1
. 5.25(3)6.00
.25@0.OO
.5.00@5.()1
50(S>6.00
Wants
I)o not forget to vote on the Ubraiy
proposition tomorrow, the commit-
tee having it in charge publish a full
exposition of it in today's paper. Read
■ it over carefully and fully inform
yourself before voting on it, and then
rive it your support .
Big opportunity for dealers and1
salesmen. Imp. carbon chaser, the
new fuel element, guaranteed to save
25 per cent gasoline. Eliminated car-
bon. One Imp tablet to every 5 gal-
lons of gasoline does the work. Write
for free sample and full particulars.
Utility Distributing Corporation,
.Dept. 28,'{, 1465 Broadway, New York
City- 11-6 ltp
^ oi k lins urreed to furnish *-0.000.00 to
the City «f Lawton. Oklahoma, for the
erection of frve Public Llhrnry Bulldlnjc
mi condition tliut the said City of Lawton
sh ill pledge itself to support said EREE
II r. I.lt LI It It A It V at a cost of not lens
than *-',000.00 i er year, and also provide a
sultalilc sit*- for s.-ilil hiiildiiiL'. A plat of
i.iml to he One Hundred feci 011 "H Ave
iitf and One Hundred and Forty feet on
riiiTth si ■«*«•! nut of the South East corner
of Block Eighteen (ISi of the Original plat
of the Cit\ of Lawton. The form of the
hallot shall be:
SHALL THE CARNEGIE CORPORATION
PROPOSITION HE ADOPTED:
Tomorrow is the day to vote.
Honesty in office is what the people l>eftr Mr
want. • • *
FROM THE PRESIDENT'S
BAG.
Oct. 23,
Wilson:
MAIL
1916.
KATES—First iiiHertion one cent each
word; BUbNOquent in ertlon one-hwlf cent
11 word. No ud accepted for Icmn thun 2Sr.
tush wlili order unieMN you have mi ac-
count ut our office.
FOR SALE—Butr Orpington rooster
and pullets. Phone 639. 1109 C St.
11-6 3tp
FOR RENT—Beautifully furnished
rooms with steam heat and eleva-
tor service. Phone 1142. ll-Ott'
Whenever vou Need a Generil Tonic
Take Grove's
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic properties of QUI NINE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drivej
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Builds un the Whole System. 50 cents.


WANTED—White woman to wash,
iron and clean part of three days
week. Regular work, pay by the hour.
....... , ">■ . "IKU.U. wuir, pay uy me nour.
At night when 1 come home Mrs. Fred Thompson, Telephone ll.'ili.
■ and find my family all together the Residence 107 Eighth street. ll-3tf
Vote for the library proposition to- l,oys and mother around the table 1
morrow. kind of feel that we owe something '•°ST-An «ld 'a^ion gold pin with
* a large pearl in one end. Finder re-
- o • to the man in the white house who is turn to Constitution and receive re-
Vote for Wilson tomorrow and the responsible for the peace that we en- ward. u_3 3t
joy I feel that it ,, my duty to support KOUND-Child's cat. Owner may
such a man as you and while I an, have same by identifying and pay-
whole democratic ticket.
Ctrl Fr>reber,:e?
best vote that, is p
one that n<ean3 law-
Taking advantage of
friendship and turning it t(
use ta most reprehensible.
or sheriff is the not 0 democrat and never have voted ini
•;Me to give and democrat before I am for four
nforcenunt. more years of Wilson.
J. W. WASSON.
personal Farmer of Velva, N. D.)
political —
VOTERS.
Your hands are not red with the
blood of other men;
for this notice. Call Constitution.
tl-3tf
VNANIhD Married man to do farm
and ranch work, steady job. Good
house to live in. Write or phone. II. L.
Montgomery, Meers, Okla. 11-2 5t
NNANTKD To buy ladies riding sad-
dle. Telephone 5-18. 11-2 3t
Why spend the state's money to
QUICK RELIEF FROM
CONSTIPATION
Get Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
—■ ■ - ■ - • •""• > «o niH a tOwuTti, UUt
.ince Dr'Vta^'p^o^cedote" Tab! * " m"n "" pr°U<l ' and of
leis. the substitute for calomel. no m",ter wh t you do now, YOUR
fn?1'7 v^rarils'ia i,r'1ct,icinK physician SONS ANI) GRANDSONS Will.
1/ years and calomels old-time en- in. im>(,T'1i ii
erny, discovered the formula for i )|ive HJOUI) OF;
^rnmV r^l!L. lrfa,,nf |,'"i,cl"s 'or Vour Government has been wrested
cnronic constipation and torpid liver--
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do not m K"p of and selfish
contain calomel, but a healing, sooth- "iter ts and restored to Vol
ing vegetable laxative. .. - ■ —
NO griping is the "kejuote" of these >U a'° Pr" P 'rous with a prosper- 'torjr, 2rix70 feet: one frame, 25x60
little sugar-coatid, olive-colored tablets. Sty that is clean of blood and of eor • 81 'ess '^an 50 per cent of cost.
an" ' ted ovenly ar(' C avenue W. H. Stack.
unnatural action. over this land; 5-3tf
'If you have a "dark brown mouth" vr n u.trt. ..... . T! —
now and then—a bail breath—a dull, 1 KA( h AND YOl' HORSE and surrey for hire. 703 D
tired feeling —sick headache — torpid HAVE HONOR, ANI) YOU 1IAVF Ave., phone ii-lfl or -120. 10-Htf
liver and are constipated, you'll find T...,
quick, sure and only pleasant results '"r-JL-'T REWARDS OF BOTH; T.. ...... , , ,
from one or two little Dr. Edwards' avi, in thiw votvdd . system of teaching
Olive Tablets at bedtime. IHIS, VOTERS, WAS barhcring enables ou to learn a
Thousands take one or two every DONE FOR YOU BY WOODROWI Profttable profeuion quickly. Write
HUSLfr 1 11 p
^ There are no empty places at your FOR RENT-A good modern, furnish"
'iresides; cd room at 15 Fourth St., one block
Your country has not lost Honor, nort'1 °f Midland hotel. Phone 398.
but rather has won Honor in full and 11"4"3t*'
lasting measure; NEW METHOD OF HEALING—Sci-
Your President is not a coward, but ntifli- Magnetic Treatment for all
diseases given by Dr. Maggie Max-
well, 701 1-2 E Ave. Phone 725.
11-2 4tp
\\ ANTED—A large show euse for
candy. Phone 7. Golden Rule Store.
10-3 ltf
M)R SALE—2 buildings, one stone, '2
story, 25x70 feet; one frame, 25x60
♦ LEGAL NOTICES. ♦
( PiiIiIIhIu-.i in Lawton Constitution Octo-
ber 'JO to November 21, lncluitlvei
MHEKH t"N MALK.
In the IHxtrh-t Court in ami for Cotnun-
i ene < ouuty. State of oklahoma.
Anna M. Patton. Admlnlatratrlx, plaintiff
Survllln i: Williams, Defendant4'11'
|{.\ vlrtm* >-f hi cxerutIon Issued out of
the above < ntltled Court. In a «ase therein
peudiiiK wherein Anna M Patton, Admin-
istratrix of the Estate of Kiln W I'ahlll
cUn-eased, is plaintiff ami Survllln K. Wil-
liams Is defendant and to me delivered I
will on Saturday the _'j ihiv of November
mm. at the hour ..f 'J o'eloek P M ..f said
•late at I lie Trout Door of the Court limine
iVbi / ' i,-V ml Comanche County,
l Jkhihoina. offer at puhih- Male and Hell to
the highest I.hbler for eash in luiml. all
the rlj{l)t, title and interest of the above
named defendant In nnd to the following
described real property, located In foui
anche County. < iklalmma :
Iiot Number Four «41 In the
\ ooil house A< I • I it ion to tiie Citv , f
Lawton, coutaiuinu Five lot acres
iiioi-c or loss out of the N.L. cjuar-
ter (V4> of Sei-tion One ill, Town-
ship One Hi North. It a 11 ire Twelve
111'i Went I M.,
wblcl' property has l i«en appraised at Fif-
Iihmi lluii.li.-,I ($1500 001 I oliars bv the ap-
pralsers rcKularly ami legally appointed to
appraise the same
01 1#„ , TH08. HICI1AKDSOX,
Sheriff ..f i omaiichc County. Oklahoma,
By J. F TKDFOHD.
t'ndersberlff.
(Lawton Constitution Oct. l 0 to Nov. fl, lu-
elusive)
h I I « riON I'KOi LAMATION.
I, llenry Boyle, Chairman of the Board
or l ommlHHbuierN of the I'lty of Lawton,
okianoma. by virtue of the power vested
in me h> thi i'lty ('barter anil the lawn of
the state of oklahoma, do herebv call an
e111-1lotl • f the <1 U:Ilirie«l voters nf tin- Citv
bold In said C|t\ on the
itti liny of November, UMti. iietween the
ii'-Sii i #lo,,JlA M « «! 7 oMo. k I' M
or nniti da for the purpoHe of voting upon
Hie t ii/iiegle Corporation PropoMltioii, to-
Mir- 1Carnefle Corporation of New
The following plates have been designat*
cm iih tlie voting plares of the various
wards :
First Preelm t of the First Ward at 300
"C" Avenue.
M};o ml precinct of the First Ward at
.Mchli ley S< hool.
1 irst Precinct of the Second Ward at
City Hail.
Second precinct of the Second Ward at
1101 "A" Avenue
First precinct of the Third Ward at 52C
"D" Avenue.
Second precin.-t of the Third Ward at
JKH "K" Avenue.
The Fourth Ward at :!10 ••|>•• Avenue.
I It" First precinct of the Fifth Ward at
I 402 "u" Avenue.
I II. Second Precinct of the Fifth Ward
at loor. 7th Street.
The following pcrxotiH have been desig-
nated and appointed to act as .ludgeti and
Clerks at Maid election:
First Precinct of the First Ward .fudg-
es: Sol Lebreebt, George Hoone; Clerks,
Allen Fields, Henry Russell.
Second Precinct of the First Ward—
•Imines I' ii ('lark. I-'. IJ. Warren; Clerks
Itile\ Smith. Frank Blair.
First Pivclnct of the Second Ward
A. T. Catron, M. Pariuenter:
< lerks, A. T. Howell. Walter Fuller.
Second Precinct of the Second Ward
Judp-s. Al Callaway. T. Brass: Clerks,
W \l Buel. C. |> Baker.
First Prei-lnct of the Third Ward Jud?-
!. .!' ,Hast man ; Clerks,
I. Hedlaud, Johu White.
Second Precinct .if the Third Ward —
Judges, .loe Mast. M. M Tague; Clerks.
Henry .lesse. Marry .loues.
Fourth Ward Judges. .1. L. Hoover
« «r. r,r,,wf rd: Clerks, Lee N. Wallia,
Jeff Davis.
First Precinct of the Fifth Ward fiidvr
es. Lee Herman, John Morgan; Clerks h
\\ aiding. I M Allen.
d Precinct of the Fifth Ward
Judges. .1 oliii Kenuard, Oeorge Keeth;
Clerks. T II Westbroak, Harry Stack-
house.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and seal, this the ill da? of
October. 1010
(8KALI H10NKY BOYLE.
Chslrnian of the Board of Commifi
sinners of the City of Lautoo.
Attest:
W. I> T1KNER.
Secretary of Bounl of Commissioner*.
Thirty-one (31) ami Thirty-two (3l'), Block
I wenty nine (llM, Seventts*n < 17 ami Kigh
teen i IN). Bio.k Thirteen i i:o : Twenty-
one | I'll a ml Twenty-two u'Ji. Block
Twenty-three ,Five ir.i and Six i«i.
<'r > and Six (0). Block
Ihlrty-rive i.T#); Three («i and Four i4i,
• •lock six ii>i: Six (til. Seven (Ti and
Light imi. Block Fifteen (15i; Nine i!ii
I en (10). Klevcn < 11 > and Twelve (1_ ).'
Block 1 wenty eight iJHi ; Twentv one r'li
and Twenty lu., (11 ,, Block Twentv.four
ilNi; NineteiMi (BO and Twentv 120). Block
Twenty three W) : Seven 17)' to Twentv
six C-'tii Inclusive. Block S'x (til; One ill
to Tweuiy two ii'i'i inclusive, Illo.-k Seven
ill; One (1) to Six ((>} inclusive and 1*0 to
::o in. Block Fight (8), all iu Mountain
\ lew aildition to the Citv of Lawton Com-
anche County. Oklahoma! to satisfy a Judg-
ment and decree of foreclosure in" favor of
said defendants and against said plaintiff
made in Maid Court ou the 14th day of
June. 1010. for the sum of One Thousand
Nine Hundred Fifty and 50-100 ($l.! riO.S6)
Dollars, in favor of Henry I' Krull and
Twenty Thousand Four Hui.dri-I Thlrtv
I \vo and ST.-100 I$110.432.85i Dtdiars. in fa-
vor o| i aroliuc Outiiiann, together with in
tercst thereon and all aerultii; .sts; I
will therefore ou the 2nd day of December
r.Hti. at the hour of 10 lock A. M of said'
day. at the Fast door of the court house,
in the City of Lawton, i ounty of Coman-
che. State of Oklnhom.i, offer for sale and
sell to the highest bidder, for .-ash in hand,
the said property above described or s,,
much thereof is will satisfy s,j,| judgment
with interest ami costs iftei deducting
the mm <f five hundred Dollar# paid oi
said judgment.
Witness my hand tliis .",0 day of Octo
her, 1010.
T I IO M AS K1CIIA B DSON.
Sheriff of Comanche Countv
Bv I I TKDFORD.
MeFLHoKS. FKBBIS v H if IN F Fi ntr""1
and JOHNSON ,v STRVKNS.
Attorneys for Defendants.
Would You Like to be one of These?
Since the first day of May we hare averaged placing
one graduate of this school in a good position every week.
Last week we had three calls from Banks for Book-keep-
ers and Stenographers that we were unable to fill on ac-
count of a lack of graduates ready.
If You Want an Absolute guarantee
of a good position at a good salary
you cai%get it if you will give this school a fair chance to
help you.
Before you Get That Position
you must make up your mind that you want it badly
enough to pay the price for it, which is
Thorough Business Training
Come to us with that resolve in mind, and we will
guarantee you success.
The Metropolitan Commercial College
I
/
\
HIDES! HIDES!
Market higher than ever before.
Sell your llrdea and Furs to the
CALWELL HIDE CO. where
you get l he best market price.
IT ADVERTISES L'8 TO SAT-
ISFY YOU
CALWELL HIDE CO.
121-123 F Ave. Phone 286
(lubllshed In Lawton Dally Constitution
Oct. 31 to I>ec. 1. 1916)
NOTlrh OF AI'I'LH ATION I OK
I" \ ItOl.F. KTV.
Notice Is hereby gWen that the under-
signed will present to the Hon. Board of
I rison Control of the State of Oklahoma,
at the regular monthly meeting Oeccinlicr
1st. 1010, in application for 1'nrole or Par-
don from the sentence imposed by the Ills,
trh t i onrt of Comanche County. Oklaho-
ma. December 10th. IPlfi, in the raw of
State of oklahoma vs. But Carr, whereby
V"M adjudged to pay a fine
of .v.iio.oo and be confined lu the County
Jail of said (ounty for ninety davs.
, , , IIATT ('AKB.
Lawton, Okla.. October ,'t 1 mt. 1010.
(Published in Dally Constitution of Oct.
•1. to Dec. ill* liiHlve. miiii
NO I II I, OI Sill- ICO I 'M MAI.K OI lANI)
I OK lil I.OsI K K.
Notice is hereby given, that in pursu-
a lice of an order of sale Isaueil out of the
DU rl. i (ourt. on the :t0 day of October.
11U0. in in action wherein Frederlka Woydt
plaintiff and Caroline tiiitmanu and
Henry ( Krull, were defendants, directed
t i nic the undersigned Sheriff of Coman-
che ( ounty, state of Oklahoma, .-omnium!
lug me>to levv uoou and sell with appraise
ment. the following deitcriheii pro|>erty to-
™^!no,wn ^ ;""1 Twenty (20).
Block Thirty-five (:K Kieven (11 nnd
Twelve (12). Block Tw«ntyseveu l"?"
JUST RECEIVED
A Complete Line of the Famous
'Crown Brand*
Lubricating Oils and
Greases
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