The Lawton Constitution (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 93, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 22, 1916 Page: 3 of 4
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THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION
An Historical Fact
Even before the d 7J ci o~r Forefathers, extracts
from the sin-.; Lird of rnot •, hcrbj end barks, now
nvrd iu compoun-.as theiacredlcnts forS. S.S.,
were well ksosrs end ci'. :r.ci7c!y used among
Science aad modern rnet'jod: L; ve only changed
the Indians way cf headline the materials, the
essential features nre still in evidence in S. S. 3.—
Natures Crrctctt Blood Purifier—and a natural se-
quence u? the Indian* favorite medicine.
Get Tue Genuine S. 5.3. at Your Druggist.
;S.S.S. Co. Atlanta, Oeorfliajj
1 About PEOPLE
And 'business Cards |
♦ DR. J. C. DISS ♦
♦ Optometrist ♦
♦ Specialist in Eye Culture and ♦
^ I'lTTING GLASSES ♦ kinds. L). E. Andrews
♦ Office, Optical Parlor, 411 D Ave. ♦
♦ PHONE 100 ♦
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ lamb. Star Market. Phones 41-32
♦ i)RS. MITCHELL & PIN NELL *
♦ Eyes. Ears, Nose and Throat +
♦ Classes Fit"d, Lenses Ground ♦
♦ and Duplicated. *
♦ Rooms 202-3-4-19 Koehler Bldg. -S
WANTED—An auto passenger to
southern Arizona, far-; for part of
traveling expenses. See Hadlcy, 1111
B Ave.. Will start taft of week.
t. S. Ulrich of Comanche county
had a load of cattle and another of
I hogs, while Moffett & Fuson had one
load here from their pastures. M. M.
White was a Comanchite here with
two loads of hogs.—-Oklahoma Live
L. J. Lathram puts in Glass. Phone
.19. First National Bank Bldg. 10-5tf
Our fish and oysters arrive every
Tuesday and Friday so they are al-
ways fresh. Star Market. Phones 41-
Eveiton Pianos, quality first, 330 D. j
Mrs. Bethany Mynatt arrived in the
Phone 134 for plumoing repairs all yesterday from Ft. Worth, Texas,
nds. D. E. Andrews. 11-21, 23, 25 a v'®'^ a' "1e home of Mrs. C. M.
Critcher and family and Mrs. Ina
Choice cuts of lieef, pork, veal and Schofiel(i and family at 708 Gore. Mrs.
L Oi ti ■ . ... llfrno^ !. . • 1 , ma
Mynatt is a
sister-in-law to Mrs.
Phone 134 for plumbing repairs. D.
!• Andrews. 11-21, 23
S. M. Fentress of the Deminj? In-
25 vestroent Co., is here today from Ok-
Nature Do It
Don't you see how she is
working to get rid of your eolds
and catarrh? The effort con-
tinues all the time, but in hot
weather you catch a fresh cold
every day or so, add to the
catarrh in your system, and
soon it is chronic—systemic.
Your digestion suffers, you
have trouble with stomach and
bowels. Get at the real disease.
Clear up catarrh, and the other
troubles will disappear.
Aid With Per una
Dn3Teirlina«.'8 a food tonfij, with
dftlon. e2cr,7 cfttarrhal con.
ailions. Build up your resistance,
and at the samp time
treat the catarrh.
Supply nature with
niore vliror, give your
body a chance to get
well, and summer will
"ot, annoy you. The
healthy man defies
Peruna lias helped
make countless thou-
sands well In the last
Use it yourself.
Tablet form Is very
convenient for regu-
W. II. Holleman left this morning
D1 ^ for Winston, North Carolina, where
Ihe expects to make hi futu~ 'v>me
Phone 134 repairs, plur.'bing and tin
•mith work. D. E. Andrews. 21, 23, 20
Join the Club. Put a Famous lloos-
ier Cabinet in the home at $1 a week.
Jones Furniture Co. 10-Gtf —;
THE PERUNA CO.
B. T. 1). Club W ill
Miss Ann Ferris will be hostess to-
night to the members of the B. T. D.
club at the home of h£r sister, Mrs.
Scott Ferris on C avenue.
,awton Music Club
Will Have Open Meeting.
The Lawton Music Club on tomor-
row evening at Carney hall will have
I an open meeting, which promises to be /
a success. A splendid program has1
been arranged which will begin
j promptly at 8:15. Each member of the!
1 club has been privileged to invite two!
guests and a large crowd is expected.
The following young ladies of the1
club will act as ushers: Misses Minnie
Schofield, Mira McClure, Hazel John-
stone, Ruth McLennan. Alta March
and Rowena Larned.
• DR. H. W. SMITH *
• Dentist «
• Third Floor in Koehler Building *
• Phone 955 *
• JOHN F. THOMAS •
* Attorney *
♦ Practice in All Courts
♦ Steven:-Galyon Bldg., Lawton, Ok « .
District court is busy today hearing
the case of the Gity National Bank
versus Martha Lewis and the Federal
Life Insurance company, wherein the
bank is sueing to recover on promis
A matched pair of driving horses - ----- S r.—•
for sale at Whites. 11-20 5t ^ 'a^e l'ewis. In the case of
A. L. Lund puts in window glass.
Phone 194. 411 D Ave. 9-15-tf
conventions, that both had nominated
sory note, to amount of $3,000 signed a rnar named M. McGurk for prea-
Kv fh« i. to \r \t t i.. *u <• 'dent.
Attorney Jack Lenertz, formerly of
this city, was here Tuesday from Sny-
der looking after legal matters.
A full line of fam'y evaporated
International Steam Pump Co. vs E.
J. Tochterman, a verdict of $364 was
teturned for the plaintiff.
Evening 500 Club With
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McVicker.
I Despite the inclement weather of
I last evening, the members of the
Evening Five Hundred club and a
I number of guests accepted the hos-
pitality of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mc-
_ ^ icker and the time was most enjoy-
collected the quality of the United]ably spent at their home in playing
Stales news" received in Venezuela the regular diversion of the club. Mrs.
and dismissed the story with a smile. Wyles received a pretty cut glass nut
recipent of a deck of cards in a dainty
ivory case, making high score for the
gentlemen. Following the games, a
Baking powders made from alum or
phosphate may be bought for a trifle less
than Dr. Prices Cream Baking Powder,
which is made from cream of tartar, de-
rived from grapes.
Alum powders are not only cheap, but
they differ greatly in leavening power.
If a cheap baking powder is used for a
fine cake and the cake turns out a failure
there is a waste of costly materials worth
more than a whole can of the cheap bak-
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder pro-
duces the finest food, and its use, therefore,
results in an actual saving.
DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER
MADE FROM CREAM OF TARTAR
DERIVED FROM GRAPES
• • • : Green's famous and thrilling story "a
• A mil C cm 0-rt-t c■ Millinnaire Bal,V" wi" Shown in 6
| ri fHUO C 111 €, TIT'S- interesting reels, j wrll as other
• good features.
Tonight at the Murray, Dorothy
same manner they disposed of bowl for making top score for the lad- - - „ . .
t, we !; uftep the Chicago ies and Mr. J. M. McVicker was the Davenport appears on "The Question ' , ,,, ,, y
Mark, " a Knickerbocker Feature and Carlyle Blackwell w.ll appear
* E. B. DUNLAP ♦
♦ Physician and Surgeon #
• Office Hours 10 a. m. to 12 m. ♦
• 2 to 4 p. m. *
* First Natl. Bank Bldg., 2nd Floor. ♦
t Office Phone 15—Bes. Phone 735 ♦
uits juat received at Whites. 11 20 5t
Mrs. J. H. Nail of El Reno, Okla.,
is in the city visiting her niece, Mrs.
Cortez Slaughter on A avenue. Mrs.
Nail is also visiting with Mrs. O. P.
Robinson at Fort Sill.
to Tom Proctor, 20, Junction City and
Miss Florine Adams, 17, of Junction
City. They secured the consent of
Preston McGoodwin, lTnited States two course luncheon was
Minister to Venezuela, returning to 18,'rve('- Members present were Messrs.
his post after a vacation here related Mesdames Fred Hammond, Wyles,
I.. Hord, Riley Smith, P. II. Clark,
I. V. Johnson, Chas. Moll, guests pre-
essrs. and Mesdames N.
A. Robertson. L. M. Gcnsman, Stew-
art Miller, Dick Jones, Frank Hurt,
Mark," a Knickerbocker F'eature
Film, and Helen Gibson in The Lone
Point Mystery" an exciting railway
drama. There will be several good
comedy reels also. Tomon-GW a 5 part
V :t*graph Blue Ribbon picture The
A Woman's Way," a fascinating
n'od 'rn dran.u. 'A woman's way is
usually the better way, especially
where the honor of the home is con-
i led." The popular London Trio
the incidents in discussing steps neces-
A marriage license was issued today oary to 'tetter the understanding be ' ^ Johnson
>r, 20, Junction City and tween this ™"ntry and the Latin 9.en^wert' M
"News facilities must be improved,"
will render beautiful vocal selections
Tomorrow night the Hawaiian Troub
their parents and were married at the he sai<l- "News is the big thing that is:'1, ( • vin®y- Ra-V Kecgan, C. A. Car-
—^ ney, M rs
justice of the peace's office.
FINDS VENEZULA IN REAL
NEED OF NEWS SERVICE.
WASHINGTON, D. C„ Nov. 20.
Many American citizens in Venezula
some months ago received thi
Pure pork sausage, kettle rendered
hog lard, calf liver, brains, sweet-
breads, beef and pork tender loin. Star
Market. Phones 41-42. 11-ltf
♦ W. C. HENDERSON ♦
♦ Attorney and Counselor at Law ♦ ,ents Law[on Markct
♦ q. ,-°?c r ij t a"d bettel' than butter.
♦ Stevens-Galyon Building ♦
Comanche county was well repre-
sented, W. A. Radcliff having three
loads of cattle in the market and (ij
Howard Dunn one.—Oklahoma Daily
Live Stock News.
going to bring the two continents to
gether for proper political
"News of the passage of the Adam-1
son 8-hour law and the prevention of i * HA*S|,:'NG
the great railway strike had not.
reached Venezuela Sept. 4. when 1
Conflict," featuring the new star
Lucille Lee Stewart, will be shown, ,
who it is said weni's some particular- i"'°? 7'" enterta, w,th their sweet
ly beautiful gowns and frocks i„ thi- mU"ca' and songs. They
intensely interesting picture. hiBhly recommended and will
doubtless be well received. Tomorrow
night, tho latest Wm. Fox photo-
ill .,,1 \u I I U, To<lay at thc' Ya,''• a 2 recl special, drama "Where Love Leads" ftatur-
andcom- k-,s and M™ vL^Tk ,y'litary ,irttma "Somewhere in the ing the beautiful Orim Hawlev will
-l d Mrs. Mary Tincher. Battlefield," a dramatization of Van be shown. This is a story of love and
iinivr ';"a"s virile 3torJ featuring Robeit adventure in college ami later news-
,.ni I' Henley and Claire MacDowell, will be paper life. The picture is based on a
shown, also "A Jungle Hero," a 2 dream canard which does not strike
Floyd Monier of Henry,
, ■ ■ >tt,ifpf „ i, , i , reel wild animal picture, and some the spectator until the laBt reel, wh.-ih
shock 'eft. there, and exporters fearful of Up h<ad' dogrgetl-up nose, good comedy films. Tomorrow a forms a "happy-ever-afterward" end-
of their lives. They read the news that havm* their products tied up in Amer- ^htJhcst! throat are sure signs dramatization of Anna Katherine : ing which is different from the usual
the la*e Booker T. Washington was R'an Port9. were not shipping their ' ani' Dr- ^'"g s New Discovery
Why pay 40 cents for butter when lraHinar 8 ne(rro rebelli°n against the >-roods- 13 sure .relief. A dose of this comhi-
you can buy Marigold Buterine for 25! United States government-that he The sten taken by the United Press ,VP'irr tnted"1m'° ''a!sam,s 8"oth^
was even then passing through Rich- in establishing a real exchange of 'rntatea membrane, dears the
♦ J. A. Fain John M. Young ♦
cleaneri ev™ lnen tnrougn Kich- in estanusmng a real exchange of membrane,
11-18 (it! moni1' Va- en route to Washington, at ne«s betwen North and South Amer-, " 'ooiyns the phlegm, you breathe
the head of an army of :!0,000 men. ica is one that should earn the con- arJ realiz0 .VOU1' cold is broken
Americans, after the first shock, re- gratulation of thinking people in rreat* a co'(' Persistently; half-
every country in this hemisphere. W*!"".y R!casilres leave a lingering cough.
♦ FAJN & YOUNG ♦
♦ Lawyers •
♦ Wolverton Bldg. Cor. 5th nf ' ♦
♦ Lflf ton, Okla.
A. ii. T. A. KtCl?ari>
The Antl Horse Thief Aasool
ntlon No. 4.V of Kon^larul
My name being placed in the shoe
-hop ad without authority, I have or-
dered the same taken out. H. D.
Bruce. H-22 Stp
'ffi need to know about South America as 'lake 1>r' !vi"s's New Discovery until
S badly as South Americans need to' V°ur cold is gone. For 47 years the
favorite remedy for young and old.
At your Druggist, 50c.
• ... ,
v th«* following Ht)• tuliti^
"s rewards for evidence th.it win
* l«*:id t< tlie re.-overy of prop
j , orty stolen from nn.v inemhe'
-"v 1 i-j °r Hoieland Lodge, hdo
\A Y\ evidence to convict thief
«10 fur petty lurcern-. nn<i i'Jt
ivr jfranii larceny. F. W. PRICB,
G. IT JAl'l*. Sec. 8-1-tf .'rMldevl
-Flmt iURertlou rat rent c «'li
wi.ru; huliH«quent iim« rtion^ onr-h.ilf cent
n word. Mo ad accrplrd f«r i -k , th «o Wr.
' ,lh'' with ordi-r unleni you iiiivp un uc-
count hi our office.
IMPROVE OR BUILD. We have
ample funds to loan on good houses 1,015 REI^T—Nicely furnished south
or business blocks in Lawton and on: front room. 707 C. Phone 198 or down by good news service, bringing
farm lands anywhere in Oklahoma or m "-22 4tp thc life of each nation to the „ther « „l™:. Wa.'.ter: r),IIon' A' Electrical
Texas. Easy terms. Write us. Scott FOR RFNT Sm„ll 'loorstep each day." ^ d'°! ,06ter',1' ,J/; Carnin- Mrs' L'
& Blackmer, Hobart, Okla. 9-12-tf HKNT—Small house, 1111B. ___> A.; Goodwin, J.; Hale, Mrs. Betsey;
11-22 4tp , r
mnr.tn qvotdu «ntam
Hall, Mrs. Beulah; Hancock, W. B.;
badly as South Americans need to
know about us. The average American
has got his views of South America
from novels, the movies and tales of
comic opera revolution.
"He knows lttle of her vast com-
mercial and agricultural possibilities.
He knows nothing of the people them-
selves. '• V M
"All this ignorance can be broken
Advertised list for the week
November 16th, 191(1.
LETTERS—Allen , Max; Berry,
Mrs. Edn; Brockmeyer, E. C.; Chap-
man, Dr. J. J.; Cole, S. T.; Confer
A.!. lund puts in win-
dow glass. Phone 194
411 D Ave.
To Drive Out Malaria WANTED—(Jirl for general hous
i .t. And Build Up The System work. Phone 744. 709 C Avenue,
lake the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
what you nre taking, as the formula is
printed on every label, showing it is
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form.
The Quinine drives out malaria, the
~"3q '^aildb ud the system 50 cents
Don't Wait Till She Last Minute
to have that picture framed for a Christmas
gift—Do it now!
Call and see our
Made up frames
Choice Mouldings in
Gold and natural woods.
Splendid values and variety. Bring in your
picture and let us frame it for you.
A. L. LUND
411 D Ave.—Headquarters Paints, Glass, etc.—Phone 194
>. CLOGGED SYSTEM MUST BE „ ' .. , ...
CLE \REII Harris, H. I..; Hill, Miss Florence;
Hoffner, Geo.; Jones, J. W.; Jones, J.;
You will find Dr. King's New Life "™: M^'p ^.F-:
L Pills a gentle yet effective laxative for August \'V si« \r ,'C'w J, '
LOST—Bird dog, pointer, white with removing rimpurities from the system per Mrs I^ura- PnrdiP^Mw it i P"
liver spots, enlarged place on fore- Accumulated waste poisons the blood phillins Mi«s T«nn p 'l SS\i' Ra
tad.UA. Lawton Ite, pimply. K" SZ.,.
mzn Hi? aasrAts v- «
FOR RENT-5 acre tract, 4 room ™9 ,0ni*ht wi" ^ re you a free, Tay|o^ F r'.. Thompson! ^Earnc^l
house, barn, chicken house, etc. bowel movement in the morning. Thoniton & Harrington; Vaughn j!
good well Close to town. Address S. At your Druggist, 2.ic. A,; Woo<ls, Mr,. Rufus Wood Sm-
care Constitution. mit, '
WEWOKA BOY JOINS „Fin I pttpb u ,
FOR SALE My modern ten room RANKS OF BREEDERS. cards^a h ,
house with £ lots 16 and 17, block S „ ' D 8' Hclen.
... Beal Addition to Lawton for *1300 Raymond Borden, fourteen years , r ^ "T"'
cash, if taken in fifteen days. F. F. old, of Wewoka, Okla., is the latest n™fKhhT"^ /' S™'
Brooks, Granger, Iowa. 11-15 7tp addition ,o the roster of registered Huert,'Geo Hytlr M^°T
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished room. C- Kaise' - W" K-= Kelely, Mrs. Kate;'
modern, close in. Enquire office. probbal>' th<' full-fledged;^ A £ , j. E MarJt.
IU ' : tHC 7 , dT' Albert; Murphy Bros, National
FOR RENT—Modem 6 room house.
Inquire 618 H Ave. Tele. 27,-J. ^ from W. N. Shellenbarger of T^omaa, J. A., (2)f%h^psont Mrs'.
ll-15tfg Oklahoma City. The calves averag- j,^ y
FOR SALE CHEAP A 5 passenger and cost the youthfulTreeder'" over t^TTl tr1*1"!?
oulk nuio compauy. n-i& ti mg, appearing alone at the Shellen- ROBERT LANDERS
Just Now This Is
VV/M HAVE searched the markets
* tor you, to provide appropriate,
inexpensive tfil'ts for the Holidays. A
visit to tlie store will suggest to y n
many tliin<jfs which you will wai t to
present to family and friends. And
those who are here to st.rve are full of
helpful hints. You may dc)>end upon
their judgment, and their interest in
your Christmas problems.
Why not come here firstf Per-
haps one trip will end your Christmas
shopping. We have such a variety.
It need not cost you more than you
w ish it to. \\ e have choice examples
i t brie a brae and lesser jewelry which
are fit to trive anyone you care to re-
John B. Evans
321 Fourth st.
Let Me Paint Your Automobile, Monogram
Your Car and Dress Your Top
Your old Wagon or Buggy can be re-
paired and possibly save the price of a
It is our business to make new things out of old
Call and See Us.
C. C. LEACH
Phone 54 Carriage and Blacksmith Shop 311 E Ave.
'OR RENT—Beautifully furnished lmr«er farm neur this city, and se-
rooms with steam heat and oleva- !ecU'd his stocl<- Mr' Shellenbarger
tor service. Phone 1142. 11-titf in8'8ted tha' he consulted his peo-
— P'e before delivery was made and
FOUND—Child's coat. Owner may his stepfather Ok'd the bill.—Okla-
have same by identifying and pay- homa Daily Live Stock News.
When a cold hangs on as often hap-
ing for this notice. Call Constitution.
■' OR SALE 2 buildings, one stone, 2 pens, or when you have hardly gotten
story, 25x70 feet: one frame, 25x60 over one cold before you contract an-
feet, at less than 50 per cent ef cost, other, lookout for you are liable to eon-
'219 and 221 C avenue. W. H. Stack, tract some very serious disease. This
5-3tf succession of coldts weakens the sys-
— tem and lowers the vitality so that
HORSE and surrey for hire, 703 D you are much more liable to contract
Ave., phone 246 or 420. 10-14tf chronic catarrh, pneumonia or coti-,
' —-—— sumption. Cure your cold while you
TO MEN—Our system of teaching can. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
barbering enables ou to l#arn a has a great reputation. It is relied up-
profitable profession quickly. Write on by thousands of people and never
Moler College, 11 Main, Ft. Worth. disappoints them. Try it. It only costs
11-1 Imo p a i|uarter. Obtainable everywhere.
Between the Cost of Good
and Cheap Printing
is so slight that he who goes
shopping from printer to
printer to secure his printing
at a few cents less than what
it is really worth hardly ever
makes day laborer wages at
this unpleasant task.
If you want good work at
prices that are right, get your
—At This Office
■Make Thrift a Household Word
Teach the children to be thrifty. Habits
formed in childhood are not apt to change
m after years. The key opening box of
ohinoiA with more than fifty shines and a
ShsnoiA HOME SET
for polishing is an outfit
unequalled for economy
black tan white
At aU dealers - Take no substitute.
shine with smmma and save
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