The Lawton Constitution (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 93, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 22, 1916 Page: 4 of 4
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to submit the issue to the voters but
the senate blocked it by three votes.
Tonnage taxes will be aimed large- Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey contains
1} at the United State? Steel Corpor- ill the soothinc elements of the pir.c
ation whk-h controls much of the ore forest- It heaU the irrtated men- rane
of the state On mines it o« r,s, it pays ar.d by its antiseptic properties loos-
a tax of eighteen cents a to.-., whether ,r.s the phlegm. yoa treathe easier.
>r not the ore is mined. The state and what prorused to be a severe cold
owns ter ;-er cent of the mines in the has been broke- up For that <tuffed-
state and !ease> them for which it is jp feeling, tight chest or sore throat
. paid a oryalty of 25 cents a ton. which u^c a dose of Dr. Btii s Piee-Tar
: will be replaced by a higher tonnage Henry and prevent a wearinp. kack-
ire cotssh liraciir - through the win-
ter. At your Druggist. 25c.
♦ LKAL NOTICES. ♦
i. I-a*: n -'itslion Not
t*a. -r 17th ? . -r l- !i ii !u«ir*
(■ tbe Wrtrkt Court fa im for
te • BatT. Sfcate vf OtUfcr
OKLAHOMA CITY. Nov. 22.—Six-
teen witnesses appeared before visit-
ng members of the federal farm loan
al vi i*i t r Adtt.MiHratrt*. pLaiatiff tv'arv* Wednesday telling why Okla-
-.rriluTt WIBUms DrfeJLl,,'111 horn. City should be the center of one
Bj of lj exeru:h*B itiitd out of 0i *"c twelve lane bank district into
In the rain an day is generally fol-
lowed by painful twinges of rheuma-
tism or neuralgia. Sloan's Liniment
wiil give you quick relief and prewnt
the twinges from becoming torture. It
quickly penetrates without rubbing
and soothes the sore and aching joints.
Fc.- > -e. stiff, exnausted muscles that *hich ,he United States is to be di-
ache ai . thro:, from overwork, Sloan's . f tb-r E*ute of BU M vided, and why this -'tv should be
. „ i< ptaiatiff and SarritU K WU- . , * 8, uu,u
Lr men: affords quicx re.,ef. Bruises, . r. u -vfeo.iatu *r.-\ x a* .u^er*-: I n*®ed as the location for the land
.nra.. cfratra rwi .th*r rr r«r 5.iU 00 1****** 1^ 1 tt «Ij* of ant
- • 4 a •'* mnd oUler m j0r r" 1bocr ? S • k P U of said
juries to children are quicklv soothed ^te.Jt :b* 1>k " "f tbe roart Hone Members of the farm loan board
7 ' tbe City t>f Lawtoe. be Coeaty. u,, . , . ^ ^ '
iy Sloans Liniment, oet a b tt-e to- .ffer . *■„> in& • Her ert (Juick. George A. Norris.
■iay at your Druggists. 25c. Ifc r/aTtit^.-tit' ,!? uS^n^ Charl« L°Well and C«pt W. E. S.
Smth trTiVfd ow th* **>■.*
DE \TH OF W. J. S v AFFORD.
Lot NatuNpr Pour . _
ibouae Addltk-r. to tW t*lty of
SwatTord, age 44 ve^rs. died •atiir.ia* s
. > . , , . , r *** *•* ibe N L. Quar-
>: - day aftemoc-n at 2 o clock and ,• f e ti. ■ .1 t ^ -
the funeral was held yesterday at the Wcat'i \i Twelve
VS . J.
8:20 Tuesday morning. A reception
committee, composed of William
Aixaoder, 5iate treasurer Wililam
•lee. president of the Security Statt
'ank: James Chenoweth. chairman of
residence of Mrs. Lillian Higdon on tbe^-f ^ of Commerce land com-
Ft. Sill Boulevard. Rev. A. L. Leake ?-r >— r« r.* : w^aiir aj.pC Lie-fL ® ttee, and I. S. Mahan. secretary of
officiated at the service. The St.
Clair Undertaking company had
charge of the remains.
<i praise tie suae
M>eriff of C.
• s LiCHARr so\.
o-te Conaty. •'kiaboma.
By J F. TED FORD.
I'd tier* beriff.
This is a materialistic age in
which thre are more money makers
who can write poetry than there art
poets who can make money.
EXPRESS SHIPMENTS OF LA-
DIES,' MISSES' AND GIRLS'
COATS AND FURS HAVE BEEN
ARRIVING ON EVERY TRAIN.
GOOD ROADS DISCISSION.
(Continued From Page One.*
"Those who express themselves as
he State Fair association, met them.
Need of the federal land bank to be
stabhshed in Oklahoma and the ad-
vantages Oklahoma City offers a? a
location was set forth at the morning
f*eanng by the following witnesses:
Governor Robert L. Williams.
Frank Gault. Oklahoma City, pres-
ent stat; board of agriculture.
J. A. Wilson, Stillwater, director
farmers co-operative demonstration
C. A. McNa b. Oklahoma City, dis-
PiUfaM i Daily Constitntion
Not jo t-. I** 1 laslre. 1? 1<
Id tb t'ouoty ronrt of <*1 mon«-be t'otm-
In tbe matter of tbe esute uf M. S. Hood.
d<-*e* ed. N. Jir>4
Ti tbe heir*, uext of klo. and creditor;
■' M. x II -d. de<«ane<l.
Yoa are berpiiy mnifleil that Frank W
Hood administrator or *aid estate, ha* ap-
plied to tbe OMBty Coart «f «.\>manrbe
.... ' at? stat« f (tkUhoma. f>-r an order t^ct farm demonstration apent
bemg m favor of good roads may be ^rti,ttl.e F. r Kerguson. Lawton, district
divjdec ?nto three classes: Chronic tbe foUjwisy real property. -
sharkers, periodical jerkers. and faith- s **tate, to-*it
ful workers. The second class is v T!lT VN'" • «* : ,,f w
. . Northwest Quarter < N W * : ?*.
greatly in the maionty. „.... - in t-wtssl'
••Wishes," Poor Material. « n - .1 \M«b Ka: ce t*. tr .1.
It takes earnestness, co-operation Wwt * * f'oai- b«- «\.unty. okia
and self-denial to build a road or a
system of roads. I have seen roads
H* of tbe
aB«'i that *aid applk-drion will he beanl at
seen roads !-oart f>f ny «\ ort in tbe City
surfaced with grave!, with cement ' U «.to«. in > r. 1 nty. on the
and with oyster shells, but 1 never «**? "f i*e-v:. \ i i iCw «t 10
surfaced with wish-bones " -
interested may appear and #bow one if
naj tbey ha** why *orh petition hoaKl
beiongtng t© fi rm demonstration agent
J- M. VShite. McAlester, district
farm demonstration agent.
1 H. Henderson. Sallisaw, farm
John Fields. Oklahoma City. Okia-
he ma farmer.
Keep your eyes open.
Hatch the papers for
details of the coming
Sale of All
If you value your money,
H atch our windows
Tin- Store Tliat Put (Quality in Lawton
330 C Ave.
• Every mud hole shoul.' * a chal- not Ne jmuted
ler.ge to battle. The strongest dub in Witne*« my band
the world is the anti-mud hcrte club. It
accomplishes real results.
* If you will give me the tax which
s ;*>d out because of i*d roads. I will
< onrt. hereunto
SKA I. <
tbe «eal of 1
ffued this l*th day
tor Oklahoma Farmer-Stockmar
J A. Whitehurst. Doxey, farmer.
T. H. Hinkle. Fairview, farmer.
Paul Peeler. Elk City, larmer.
J. B. Tosh, Hobart, farmer.
I'aMisbed in 1
20 to Iter
WMAT THE MINNESOTA LEGIS- of Um 19IT session of hard-surface every mile of road in the
I VTI RE EXPECTS TO DO. the Minnesota state legislature, start- state and get rich besi.ies. By tax I do
'n January r • mean only the more; which :s
ST. PAUU Minn., Nov. 22.-St - One of the first Senator E. E pa:d • to the countv and the state
tuatory sUte side prohibition, woman Ix.beck of Alexandria. w.ll do will he for the upkeep of roads There
nesota's the introduction of a state wide pro- greater tax than that wh;c !
I billion. 306 million tons of unminted hibition bill, provided for by the sta- -unknown tax. It is exacted every time felwt Tt* vinje with ibe • t , - vis
iron ..re and reforms in sUte govern- lutes, without submission to voters. :ne farmer rums a good horse" wher ' : ler l*n«l Kmet w H.. .< ,j.
ment that will follow the reeommenda- Woman suffrage must be submitted to he tries to haul a heavv load through T <" ^ " ^,"1 >
lions Of a hard working economy and the voters and ret a a two-thirds ma- mud holes every time the farmer's 1. w.,, ! M u tbe
e. u-ieucy commission that has been 00 ;ority efore Minnesota women may *-:fe gets to town and finds half the stl" ' 1 'k-*b :i^. and th.t
>t-iif of oUibsna. c :ity ' r .. b*
In tbe i'onaty <'o«rt-
Ii rc tbe C«tate of M S Himx! do**>a ed
noti* b to ( rkditor^
suffrage, a tonnage tax on Minnesota's the introduction of a state wide pro- srreater tax than that which I call the M s. ii 1 i- " Jm
■r Ranre country .
For the first time since 1914, the ing to attorneys. These cases will
court is sitting with a full bench, due bring up for the first time the ques-
to the addition of Associate Justices tion whether a ' good" trust—not one
Carl Williams. Oklahoma City, edi- Brandei and Clarke. This will en- ireused of o-'sir competition—is
abie the court to decide many cases permissible. T are considered the
considered too important to be de- most important ' -ase« of history
cided by the depleted bench last —far more impc an the Tobac-
ytar- co trust and Standard Oil cases.
A difficulty :s that Associate Jus- The Reading or anthracite coal case
E. Brown. McComb. form- -^Reynolds, former Attorney will tell whether the alleged coal
>• secretary Chamber of Commerce. Genfra'- <*n not it in any of the gov- -ronopoly shall be broken; the Pear.-
Oklahorra City. e-rjner.t ases that originated or sylvania railroad case whether the ln-
Judge C. B. Ames, Oklahoma City. wrre c'n thf calendar when he was di- terstate Commerce Commission has
Fred S. Gum. Oklahoma City. ri*!,ng the government's legal busi- the power to order railroads to furnish
mortgage loans. ness And Mr. Brandeis can't sit in additional equipment: the divisor
any of the case? involving workmen's cases will dispose of $40,000,000 in
A learned professor in Chicago Uni- compensation or in many of the trust litigation between the government
versity now charges it all up to the in which h* was counsel. and railroads over the old railway
Or. the court's decision in the Har- mail pay cases; and the 5 per cent tar-
.'ester and Lnited States Steel cases iff discount case will test the validity
It s still possible to be tactful with- deP*nas the whole future of the eco- of many trade treaties this country
ut being deceitful even in a civilized no®'c system of the country, accord- has.
the job two yea s, will
' the automobile breaks a spring or has
out due to rough roads."
mv.mh* have --hi limited j
rvdll.-r* t> present their
. tbe • ■ sl'preme court faces colos-
agsinut sal task this session.
\e« Malady Named.
Seed ha« the honor of gi\*inp a
ce* name to an old aflfliction. The
disease which kept the road move-
ment back, he declared, was
Two addresses, representing the ?.T*Tr;
ISth .\nx of \ Timber. 1614.
FRANK V. HOOD
i'~-; ":*beii in t*ally I'onntltat!-n of Ort.
SI. : m*. 2. iri« luaiT^. l*.«l€
nothe 0 -iu ku i * of l%m
> HRK( U>
n tire W hereby irnet thst in pr.r o-
•ier -f Mle i-Miw-1 . ut of the
• i n tbe .TO day ,>! «*-tober.
scentiftc, la bora torv-tested know- ; '^t,t : Fnfsierika Woydt
, . . . . * * }• aicttff. and Car«dlne «*nti.. nn ar.-i
'edge Of road building, and that which Het.rr C Krult defendants dlwrted
ir t+rrtgne-5 SJ^nff f « raan-
COMPARE construction—Tiaikea a\le front and rrar. Timkea bear
iMffs all around. Multiple disc clutch, genuine Honey comb radia-
tor. are Hut a fe* of many equally cood feature^.
COMPARE po«er—hat better can you obtain than the Velie-Conti-
nvntal unit power plant—wWat supple, adequate to carr% ewt
road and crade?
(UMPIRE luxury—See and try the \ el e deep-tufted genuine leather
-pholstery Roomy treaiatine hody— mirror fiiidk operations
Cl mi'\RE wmi ..Ik the Xelie', highe.1 grade complete e^uip-
meat—Kera< two-amt electric system—push ballon starting—ry-
^ELIE Qoahtv n.^rmI hr the great manufacturing orranixation
whKh h*s made VELIE Cars synonymous with
pom er. beaut)
Cars synonymous with
strength for so many ywars.
va* gained by !aK;-.aus experiment-
AT were made in the afternoon by
Trof. James I. Tucker of the engi-
neering school of the University of
Oklahoma, and by David W. Jones,
who has charge of the puMic high
w-\-s of New Mexico.
Professor Tucker told of the bes'
methods to use in iuild:ng sand clay Thirt
*oads, which, he declares, are a very Kiftt
rood substitute for macadam. Okla- X^r
8l«k of Oklahi>BU. <\>naan4-
tv apon and witfc a^praiae-
w dev lil^d propertr to-
WASHINGTON. P. C.. Nov, fV— I
Faced by something like 700 , in- B
- "* >*.r..; jrt- •
^ country, the nine judges cotisti- S
fjting tfce Oajtad >• . - ~ :-erne g
urt today are grinding out decisions !
n what jurists expect to be one of the f
most memorable sessions m the his- I
tory of the court. r
Among the qneitioiu tiie court has 8
to decide are: ft
Are trusts of any sort legal ?
Are vortjnea's ct iT« •
ard nstittationa! *
Lota Si;veteei. « • atd Tmeot*
. Thtrtf-flve <??. EWw 17
Ttety-eoe till and Thirty t«.. Bi^-k Are Woe sky* laws regulating can- §
t*en .1^. Bioek Thirteen <U«: T*ettf. Coeporatjor.s const!tu- jf
one •-1 and Twenty-twv iCt. Btork tional ? -
rwenty three rim *r.a s.v fl . . ?
k Mi .1 rtre and ! 4a <6*. Bk^k ** the new organic armv law con- 1
3S«: Tbrre .<■ and K-ar 4 mt;.
*U <fi: Six (• , Sana «T« and. *Ai' -
f*iftee« i U': Xtae «f .j Can the United States under cuA* m
r d T* >
M T a er t t
* treaties give a 5 per cant tariff I
to foreign goods reaching I
"t?e shores in Amen ar vessels? I
THE LINE IS COMPLETE:
Tacrine Car. IKniS; «-(Wearer Cora
;-Pa-*sen*er Koad.-ter. S1065; Coepe
and a larcir 7-Pa«.ec^er Six. at SlaSO.
ipae,.-jhie R^*i-:er. I10K;
T -«n C*.v Cabr-.clet Se.ia'
PRICES 1DVAME ti* AETEK JtNURl I. l i;.
* K VRE PLEASFU Ttl DEMtlNSTRATB PR(i% E Ol K
it ... t Twenty eigfcljJMBB _
Kma IS especia. y well fitted to build -ad T ^tv '*« Bkwk T^t7.fwir!dkM™t
ich road* at very little expense, aid £..m •JX",'£,\^S^Tr!'
Profes.- r Tucker. Almost evenr our- '* BWk s x f. :
.v • :« Tw«rt.T-t«< JT> larlnairf- F.«*A >--r« And *AfO odd others.
x ta tfce state nty ov h sai six ia j j r —
nd - ' ' v f • a •
Tilings are due to break Inn— this aoroey. othUaa. to othft a ;adg-
aftenaooo .ben the naj ;— "
next convention place :s presented.
resolut'or *11 be presented to resc.nd v H nr * d -
• .v .*■*: ? '.• r <ti Ili-trr c KraiL tsd
tie action of the Spring mm meeting. Twati TWmal for Handrvd Thirty
-vent.or from Okhhor-a C.ty. A* U
'ft is ar adjourned NUke. the pfe- "n^1 i
.... . rh-ry'- > on tV 2x4 da* >f r>f--HsNer
' ent de • rates have r«oae- !o Ukf the ■ •> t -sr «f a pel** am ti
rroposerf action. 'i"'
'■e iitf t'f uatM. C^nrij eg * aa -
Jonesv<ono is expected rr^ke a w <u;e :* <= *• f<r ot> and
. .. . . . -J to lk rheM Mia.'. Ur ia. h%&d.
against the reso Bt o, t ot bow *v p-r 'perty klkorr r P9
they w-il fo could not ht <Je- S,V ■t'nanl
Put Your Car In
No matter what your trouble is, bring it to us. I>on't
think any job is too big for us. We have facilities that
itl surprise you. And our prices are exceptionally rea-
We are equipped to do .elding on broken castings or can
make ne parts if necessary.
QUICK AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
John L. Hoskins
618-il II \>e.
Wolverton Hardware Co.
'.ermined Ust night. If there were
•any .'onesboro people here they kept
Anurllk, Texas and Tulsa asp.r-
° it for the aext neet-rf. were b«sy
*krviic*!«it the day lobbying, trading
"f the de legatee fro® uther
w s. TV- re j -enx-t of the a o-
atw H that ssmif artaa: rcemhera of
' e aaaaentMB t*r. v «e Neither of
be cortestarti. ait i«yi«g maay of
ihe f wr>ot; i >e*ter4ay. appar-
fiee I - • f i :
} kiH rid* SS day
Cash with order. We
will hare another car next
week Place your orders
Pavne's Coal Yard
f booe W Cor. Zr4 a ad f
Sheriff af Oeot * t* «" fi«ty
*y i • TCMMRli.
ft V- JtVerttf.
Tttl* A K!l!SErC lT
X «. «TF.\ EX*
an rxet fee IvOedtia
! t I: Ijav.- D*Uj — aaifllw
33 i* L m-
Noricr ni arruc %tu \ iar
% noi f et«
r.eei tkat IV 4>r-
^ «4i ; I. !*e He K«r4 at
frit. Omi i- 4 *1 tf *•_ ! •• Til M
at the nni>! axiKi A
er.tly n.it| te «ee .hat the «her lm i '•* Pinw IT V'«r
. . u . ^ tk «tMt iei.*! ij ii.
trtrt (Wl of > *ir.-V titUW-
fe. k • at ta lb w «f
*uie «l i fu< Cm ilmM
the pee*"*® aatmd for ve«erdav af- ™ *■«>' ■. I ; * s IW
■l* „*■ * ••£ Ia the Chut
Ml rf .M ■ ,.«mty Dm iIMi 4m
UtrM. UUi. Oeutar SW. Ml
Market higher than ever before.
Sell lati Hide* aad Fars to the
CALWELL HU>E co. .feere
>■ get the tiest aarket pnee.
it advertises es to sat-
# IS FT YOC
CALWELL HIDE CO.
STTwVrIC^'™1^. TlRASHV COTTON bri.g
.orJE: ffaXa but °°iu
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