The Lawton Constitution (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 100, Ed. 1 Friday, December 1, 1916 Page: 4 of 4
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THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION
One Price to ail
Joe Wolf Policies
You will find just what you want.
New up to now Suits.
OVERCOATS, you bet!
Hats, Shirts, Ties, in endless va-
GET BETTER SATISFACTION
'C WONDERFUL p
(iall Stones, Canccr and Ulcers of the
Stomach and Intestines, Auto-Intoxi-
cation, Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis j
and other fatal ailments result from
Stomach Trouble. Thousands of 6tom- '*ec- •
ache SufTerers owe their complete re-; •
covery to Mayr'i Wonderful Remedy. -"v^urc'h
Unlike ^ny other for Stomach ail- •
mctns. For sale by •
Jones Bros, and all oth-
er reliabl* I>iut;s;ists.
\ Local Markets
' l • 111' *^X*X*X'X*T ''
New York spots quiet, middling
2Q..'I0. Sales 23,.'100.
Galveston spots quiet, middling
20.40. Cales none.
New Orleans spots steady, middling j
20.25. Sales none.
brothers, Thomas William and Alan
Peter Slingsby, respectively, had con-
tested the claim of the ('. H. K. Slintfs-
bys that Teddy was their son. They
laimed and made a Ion*: court fitfht
to prove that Teddy was the son of
Lillian Anderson, a San Francisco
school girl; and was taken over by
the C. H. R. Slintfsbys as their son so
he could claim the Yorshire estate.
They produced from a San Francisco
newspaper what they claimed wa*; an
advertisement placed therein by Mrs.
Slingsby advertising for a new born
When the Probate and Divorce court
decided against the two brothers they wheat
took their case to the Court of Ap- Corn
peals which, on March 14, 191(5, re-
versed the Probate and Divorce court dq YOU HAVE SOl'R STOMACH7
and declared Teddy not the son of the
('. H. R. Slingfbys and not entitled to
Justice Bargrave Deane of the Pro-
H. T. LACELLE
ON MY HEAD
LOCAL GRAIN MARKET
THE CROWDS WERE TREMENDOUS AND THEY
BOUGHT LIKE WILDFIRE.—COME TOMORROW
FOR NEVER BEFORE HAVE I OFFERED SUCH
STOP THE FIRST COI.II.
If you are troubled with sour
stomach you should eat slowly and |
masticate your food thoroughly, then
bate and Divorce court has decided in take one „f Chan)llerlain!, Tabk,ts
fc ; ' D ... . " T~ T favor of Te,ldy lar*e,y befauae he ha,i immediately after supper. Obtainable
01 heir to Hritish estates and an Eng- a peculiar shaped jaw like his father's everywhere
lish gentleman. and an oddly formed ear, like his :
A cold does not get well <<: it eli He is reddy" (Charlas Eugane mother's. The court of Appeals evi- 5X§X§X§i®(!X*j®®(g^^
The process of wearing out a cold j Edward) Slingsby, a bright young dently did not think that way. $
wears you out, and your cough ' e- California six vear-old who has >eenj The C. H. R. Singlabys then appeal- '
. cume< serious if neglected. Hacking buffeted about between $50,000 a r | to the House of Lords, which grant- §
coughs drain the ene
vitality. For 47 years
binatton of soothing antiseptic bal- 1910. 1 may prossibly be further continued to
sams in Dr. King's New Discovery has Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henry Key day, but it is likely the hearings will word; .ub^qrBVntI,Ine.7rnSn.0Vne^utf £2
healed coughs and relieved congestion, nard Slingsby of San Francisco, who proceed ?. v\wr,l1..*° "J1 'or irm than tse.
' ' H" WHO order tin(e t you h ve i n tu -
i laims to be Teddy s father and moth Meantime, Teddy waits, either rount 0| r office.
er, claim Teddy is entitled to the prince or pauper.
Yorkshire estate of his alleged grjnd-
. CI fit4"
leriry and sap the and penniless namelessness ever shut a stay until today because of the .
rs the happy com- he came into the world September I, appellants' lack of funds. The case
....... . • •
A big balloon will be sent up in front of this store
tomorrow as a special added attraction—FREE to ev-
eryone. Be here with the crowd. Balloon ascension
takes place, weather permitting.
A FREE PRIZE ATTACHED TO BALLOON
Young and old can testify to the ef-
fectiveness of Dr. King's New Dis-
covery for eoughs and colds. Bu>
bottle today at your Druggist, 50c.
IS TEDDY SLINGSBY PENNI-
LESS FOUNDLING OR IS HE
HEIR TO BRITISH FORT IN E?
11* United Press.
LONDON, Dec. 1.
little boy waits at the tustere portal
of the British House of Lords today thy
to iearn whether h eis the penniless
foundling of a San Francisco by-street
father, the late Reverend Charles
Slingsby. Reverend Slingsby willed
his estate to -'the first male heir" born
to any of his children.
The British court of Probate and
Divorce on February 4, 1915 decreed
Teddy the true son and heir « ' Mr.
A curly headed , and Mis. C. H. R. Slingsby. C R.
Slingsby in 1900 married Mrs. uoro-
Morgan Warner, a Kentucky so-
Itirf jfionflo Duk Cklti/ir
■Second cook at
C. H. R. Slinghby's two younger
A. I . Lund puts in win-
411 I) Ave.
I have about one hundred Suits and
Overcoats which 1 am selling now
at twelve fifty. Sale will last until
they are all sold or I may call it off
at-any time after two weeks. I am
not going to give you the spiel oth-
er merchants are giving you, but
come and see for yourself. See
them in the window. Positively you
will save $2.50 to $5.00 on a suit
FOR RENT—Three sleeping rooms
with bath. 705 E. Phone 415.
| MEN—Our illustrated catalogue ex-
plains how we teach the barber |
trade quickly, mailed free. MOLERi
BARBER COLLEGE, Ft. Worth,!
Texas. 12-1 Imo
LOST— 1 lipht colored mare mule.
Notify John Thomas, attorney.
H. T. LACELLE IN CHARGE OF
Sale Paper Wanted
The Morgan Auctioneer Co.
wants your sale paper. Phone
669 Lawton, or 52 K. L.
Col. i. h. Morgan & Son
When a cold hangs on as often hap-
pens, or when you have hardly gotten
WAN Thl) (.irl for general house- over one cold before you contract an-
vork, four in family, no washing, other, lookout for you are liable to con-
APP*y AO'* A- 11-27 fit trivet some very serious disease. This
old building success'on °* c°Wts weakens the sys-
WANTED—To buy an
that can be torn down and moved.
Phone 650. Margaret Day. 11-29 2t|
tern and lowers the vitality so that
you are much more liable to contract
I chronic catarrh, pneumonia or con-
; FOR SALE—A liood Cafe in good lo sumption. Cure your cold while you
i) cation, doing fine paying business. can- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
§ Inquire in writing at Constituion of- has a great reputation. It is relied up
fice. A. R. ('.
on by thousands of people and never
disappoints them. Try it. It only costs
. . . .
STRAYED—-From Lawton Nov. 25th, " quarter. Obtainable everywhere.
bay horse, 2 years old, bald face, —
white legs, a litle spotted. Reward for 1
information, to this office. ll-29tf 1
• I ('ST —A brindle bull pup, 5 months
. old. Return 903 A or phone 255 and
receive reward. ll-28tf
If you break youi masses
come to ua. You'll be surpris-
ed to learn how soon we can
ttriml a new lens for you. It's
because we have u complete
plant ri^ht in our store.
Opposite City Hall
LOST—A yellowish dog with white
rinir around neck, bob tailed, 1 year
old. Reward. Notify .Mrs. Boyett, 410
LOST—Pair nose glassc*
Finder return this office
• FOR KENT SO acre farm near Law-
• ton. Well improved. Apply 701 B.
| I'hone 579. 11-27 6ti
The Bond Man
Representing the larg-
est and strongest sure-
ty company in the
world. Phone 256
Ray h. Babbitt
WANTED Competent colored cook. j|
References. Ring: Ft. Sill 34. 1 l-2Htl" |
WANTED—Two lady canvassers for.
Lawton and vicinity. $1149 weekj
....' • uiiry u>d mpwmb. 1 «iiui MfK.i
Co., Kast St. Louis. 111. 11-27 3t
FOR SALE—New low wheel seed
wagon at City Plaining Mill, 107
E Avenue. ll-23tf
Spend Your Money
with your home merchants.
They help pay the taxes,
keep up the schools, buiM
roads, and make this a com-
munity worth whik-. You
will find the advertising of
the best ones in this paper.
The Store of Good Clothes
FOR SALE CHEAP—A 5 passenger
Ford, in i*ood condition. Inquire
Huck Auto Compauy. 11-15 tf
FOR RENT—Beautifully furnished
rooms with stear? heat and eleva-
tor service. Phone 1142.
FOUND—Child's coat. Owner may
have same by identifying and pay-
ing for this notice. Call Constitution, f
Market higher than ever before.
Sell your IIMes and Furs to the
CALWELL HIDE CO. where
you Ket the best market price.
IT ADVERTISES I S TO S \T
CALWELL HIDE CO.
121-123 F Ave.
FOR SALE—2 buildings, one stone, 2 1
story, 25x70 feet: one frame, 25x60
219 and 221 C avenue.
W. H. Stack, y
H(^RSF and surrey
Ave., phone 420.
for hire. 7011 D j|
TO MEN—Our system of teaching j
barberingc enables ou to learn a
profitable profession quickly. Write
Moler College, 11 Main, Ft. Worth.
11-1 Imo p
Opened Dec. l^t.
On Third St., between D and E Avenues.
Our business has grown tc . big for the
one store, so we have opened another
Store No. 2, wheTe you will find every-
thing- you need in the grocery line. We
receive fresh shipments every day.
Prices will be the same at both stores,
Big Red Apples
Per peck 25c
Per bushel . .) $1.00
GARVIN GROCERY CO.
when you want
that next job of
You will get first-class
work, and you will get
it when promised, for
having work done
when promised is one
of the rules of this office.
If you prefer, send the
order by mail or bring
it to the office in person.
Let Us Show You
What We Can Do
< -I" be found here, Inn-ause you #et something durable
and useful as well as'pleasing, for your monev.
Bicycles from R7.00 to S35.00.
Tricycles from $2 00 to $7.00.
Kid Kars from $1.75 to $2.75.
Erectors from 75c to $15.00.
Be sure and see our line of gift articles
before you purchase.
We have the largest variety of useful toys and gifts to
F. Schwarte, Jr.
305 D Ave.
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The Lawton Constitution (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 100, Ed. 1 Friday, December 1, 1916, newspaper, December 1, 1916; Lawton, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc129308/m1/4/: accessed October 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.