The Lawton Constitution (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 136, Ed. 1 Monday, January 15, 1917 Page: 3 of 4
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THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION
Everton Pianos, quality first, 830 D
(Continued From Pace One.)
A. L. Lund puts in window glass.
Phone 194. til I) Ave.
Fresh pork and beef tenders, calf
liver, sweetbreads, spareribs, and
backbones; pure hot? lard, our own
make. Our own make of chilli. Star Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets Get at ease>
the Cause and Remove It j jj Mercer, Kansas Livestock San
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the sub- itary Commissioner, and F. M. (lault,
stitute for calomel, act gently on the president of the Oklahoma State
Market. Phones 41-42.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Black and H. P.
Trail motored to Lawton Monday aft- bowels ; nd positively do the work.
♦ ♦ O * /♦♦♦>♦<«♦♦♦♦♦♦
♦ Announ by all the rumpets of ♦
Mis. J. M. Hunt was
9-15-tf enioon.—Apache Review
People afflicted with bad breath find
Board of Agriculture, will be two of ♦
quick relief through Dr. Edwards' ' >« important speakers. John Fields of ♦ Arrives the snuw
Olive Tablets. The pleasant, sugar- Oklahoma and Dr. B. \V. Murphy of ♦ o er the fields,
Tin and sheet nietal work; satitfac- coated tablets are taken for bad breath the U. S. Bureuu of Animal Industry, 0 Seems nowhere to alight;
on guaranteed. Lawton Tin Snop.j by^all who know them^ are also on the prof?ram. ♦ whited air
We serve pure cream in our
Dr. I'd wards' Olive Tablets act gen-
tly but firmly on the bowels and liver,
G. Homer Brown of this city, secre- ♦ Hides
Fish Supper tonight, Pike Cafe.
hills and woods, the river
and the heaven.
Corn cobs for sale.
Grain Co. Phone i25.
Phone Lawton Messrs. Abe and George
stimulating them to natural action, tary of the asaociaion, said today that *
clearing the Mood and gently purifying the'interest manifested was great, ♦
the entire system. 1 hey do that which an(| the meetings of this association *
I-ovite and dangerous calomel does without any of ppumUe(| do „ Krcat deal U)ward ♦ Women, with „ m|srhief
You Want To Be
Strong And Well
Keep your blood pure; that's the only way. Don't
wait until you feel badly, but begin NOW. Im-
purities in the blood put unnecessary work upon
:dl the organs, making weakness and old age eome
quicker. Do as Grandfather did; take S. S. S.,
the best of all blood tonics, proven for 50 years.
Take it now; take it often, and you will have
strength, health and happiness. At your druggist'?.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
ShS.S.WiH Strengths'! Ycu
Best T-Bone Steak in town, at Pike
Cafe. 12-30 It
Miss Mildred Mullin was a caller in
the city Saturday from Elgin.
the bad after effects promised 10 uo a Kreut uetu uiwum ▼ "umcn, wim «* imsnuci their ♦ of Kansas, and Dr. Lewis, stato veter- forcements here or undertake with-
1-11 3t Misses Opal and Mae Beuchler mot-, ^ tju> |,encfits 0f nasty, sickening, 'diciting the necessary co-operation ♦ kind, ♦ linarian of Oklahoma, are on the pro- drawal. Dispatches from Roumania
ored to Lawton Sunday. Apache Re-1 griping cathartics are derived from Dr. for the eradication of animal diseas ♦ Pervect, with bad advice, our 4 ^ram, and it is hoped by having state indicated that the Teutons are again
view. Edwards' Olive Tablets without grip- ♦ better mind, ♦ officials from both states present that making desperate efforts to approach
mfjrPaiF "M^dward^^i'scovfred'the 1>r- Sehoenleber, veterinarian ♦ A woman's counsel brought ua ♦ important legislation can be recom- Galatz.
$."5,000 for city loans, Rood security form'u]a *afte'r seventeen years ">f prac- . , . , , , ♦ first to woe. ♦ mended to the respective state legis
must be made quick. T. M. Bixby, Ab- (jcc among patients afflicted with bowel "kKLlis, .fan. i . i aptuie o> 4 And made her man h:s paradise
stractor. 12-23tf and liver complaint with the attendant torm of he village Vaddeni, south of ^ forego,
latures for enactment this session.
C. C. Brown for farm loans, renewals,
increase or new. 316 4th. Phone 550.
Phone 134 for plumbing repairs. D.
E. Andrews. >1-21, 23, 25
Attorney Jack I^enertz and wife of . Edwards ^l ve Tablets arc pure-
es . .. o . 1 Iv a vegetable compound mixed with
Snyder were m the city Saturday vis- 0|iv(. you will know tllem ,,y their
iting with friends and looking after j olive color. Take one or two every
business matters. night for a week and note the effect.
10c and 25c per box. All druggists.
Why not an Eastman Kodak? Fine
night from a ten days' visit to Paw
nee and Oklahoma City.
the river Sereth, formerly held by
■ the Russians is announced officially.
THE HABIT OF TAKING COLD.
! With many people taking cold is a
habit, but fortunately one that is eas-
ily broken. Take a cold sponge bath
every morning when you first get out
of bed— not ice cold, but a tempera-
SPEAKING OF H. C. I .
♦ Where at heart's ease he lived; ♦ FOUND A SITRE THING.
♦ and might have been ♦ LB. Wixon, Farmers Mills, N. Y.,
♦ As free from sorrow as he was ♦ has used Chamberlain's Tablets for The highest priced beef in
♦ from sin. Dryden. ♦ years for disorders of the stomach * history was perhaps the first ten
♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ and liver and says, "(.Chamberlain's * pounds of steak that reached Cir-
Taldtts are the best 1 have ever u .d." * c'e City, Alaska, which, accor.i-
... F. Douglass* mother surprised
Mrs. John N. Shepler returned las- lme * I)ru^ Store- '->5 Bt him with a visit during the holidays.
Fish Supper toniffht, Pike Cafe. ^ I'.' ? Vsm lure °f a'"H" "° ieK™S K Als" slP"1'
took them to Medicine I aik, hort Sill W|^h your window up. Do this and you
1 Pino Whit.. and numerous other P,accs' Sht' re will seldom take cold. When you do
......' turned to her home in Pikcsbow, Mo., lat;e cu)<| takc Chamberlain's Cough
Mrs. J. T. White has returned from 01 tainahle everywhere.
a month's visit to friends in Arkansas
Auto casings and tubes vulcanized
at Austin a, 418 I) Ave., Phone 5%.
with a feeling that Oklahoma is not Remedy and get rid of it as quickly
altogether bad. alters New I.ra. as possible. Obtainable everywhere.
Turkish Bath Treatment. "Chronic'
Pictures, frames, choice mouldings
We serve home-made hot rolls every jat L- Lund, 411 I). 12-14 tf
evening, Pike Cafe. 1-2 3ti "" , diseases a specialty. Basement First
1 Blan\cs I'aust ,Blend CoKee- j!?1 National Bank. Phone 151. 12 ltf
on earth or anywhere else at Pike
* "L 1 Join the Club. Put a Famous Hoos-
m . i ,• • j, ier Cabinet In the home at $1 a week.
Phone 131 for plumbing repairs all , - _ ,4.
kinds. D. E. Andrews. 11-21, 23, 25 Jofltf8 Future Co. 10-Ctf
Mrs. J. M. Belk has returned to her hresh *u,k (*ueen 0,ives; di t nd
home at Apache after spending Satur- sou,r p,ckIe8« "weet
dav in the citv ',u "irau^ ant* mincemeat. Star Mark-
et, Phones 41-42.
The Ladies' Society of the Congre-
gational church will meet with Mes-
dames Trosper and Fouts on tomor-
row afternoon at the home of the
former, 713 I) avenue.
Mrs. J. M. Phillips, who was here
Saturday shopping, has returned to
her home at Faxon.
L. J. I.athram puts in Glass. Phone
39. First National Bank Bldg. 10-5tf
Phone 222 when in need of tin and
sheet metal work, new or repaired.
And Husine-rj Cards
DR. J. C. DISS ♦
Specialist in Eye Culture and ♦
FITTING GLASSES ♦
Fresh, choice assorted chocolates,
all kinds at Powells Drug Store. 15 6t
; Largest shipment of window shades
just received at Lund's, 411 1). Price-
! right. 12-30 St
Choice cuts of beef, pork, veal and
■amb. Slar Market. Phones 41-32
Loosen up that cold
Best cought mixtures
steak always at the
Mesdames Dole and ( lay bill
Give Delightful Party.
Mesdames Frank Dole and Chas.
Graybill entertained a largo number
of friends Saturday afternoon. The
affair was given at English hall com-
plimentary to Mrs. A. H. Cobb of
Casper, Wyo., and Mrs. F. P. Ander-
son of Anna, II' , and has been pro-
nounced as one of the most delightful
parties that have been given during
' the winter season. From the hour of
half past two until late in the evening,
auction bridge was played at which
ner subscribers of the Lawton Mrs. Margucritte Johnson received
ties - In Comanche «.«d Cotton Coun- the prize a get 0f hand painted shak-
8tuck advertising, Wants, For s*le aud ers. Guest prizes were also given of
the same. A two course luncheon fol-
lowed the games. A three piece
Help Ads iiPd Poul-
♦ Office, Optical Parlor, 411 D Ave. ♦ $.'>,000 lor city loans, good security
> PHONE 100 ♦ must be made quick. T. M. Bixby, Ab-
♦ stractor. 12-23tf
I have one farm bargain left for
sale on easy terms. IT you want to
farm, see me
l-9tf F. S. SNEED.
KitUange; also Fur
1-15 It try.
These free i \h will l>e limited t<> HO words
and will be run 5 times free snld ads will
not be enlarged to cover other things—do orchestra added to the afternoon's en
not request It.
Write the ads out, count the words, and joyment. Those accepting the hospi-
niall them to the Lawton Cnustltutlos taiity ((f Mesdames Dole and Graybill
^ ing to the story from there sold
♦ for something like $48 a pound.
♦ 11 w11-■ transported 250 miles and
♦ the miners turned out in a nody
♦ to see it on arrival. It was priced
♦ on exhibition and the crowds
♦ which came to see it reminded
♦ one of circus day in a country
♦ town. Everybody wanted a
4 piece of it, and the prices otfer-
♦ ed weie such as would have re-
^ suited in a mining can' quarrel
♦ if it had not been for the discte-
♦ tion of the ownei, who decided to
♦ raffle the steak off for the bene-
♦ fit of the hospital that Bishop
♦ Howe was trying to estahilsh for
♦ the miners at Circle City. Bids
SEVERAL PLACES RUSSIANS ♦ were started at $5 a pound and
HAVE BROKEN THROl'GH ♦ rose briskly to $35 'inally, in
THE GERMAN LINES. ♦ order to avoid complications, it
♦ was determined to sell tickets at
By United Press. ♦ prices from 50 cents to $2.50 for
LONDON, Jan. 15.—Russia is ex- ♦ the privilege of drawing for a
erting tremendous pressure on the ♦ slice. After $480 worth of tick-
German lines south of Riga and may ♦ ets had ben sold the drawing be-
conceivably have its effect on Ger ♦ gan, and, to the relief of those
many's progress b?aimc Roumania. ♦ in charge of the sale, no trouble
Several places the Russians bro! $ resulted.- Oklahoma Live Stock
through the lines. It is believed that ♦ News.
the Germans must make early en- ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«*♦♦♦•
♦ 1)RS. MITCHELL & PINNELL ♦
♦ Eyes, Ears, Nose an*' Throat ♦
♦ Glasses Kited, Lenses Ground ♦
♦ and Duplicated.
♦ Rooms 202-3-4-19 Koehler Bldg.
$5,000 for city loans, good security
Short orders on short notice. Pike|ml,st 'u> made quick. I. M. Bixby, Ab
Cafe. l-12tf slruft r.
Fancy eating apples at Whites. 13 3
Fancy eating apples at Whites. 13 3
Doctors Lyman & Cooper, New
I Field Specialists, all ailments are cur-
able (cancer and pellagra included.)
* Phone 172 Lawton, Okla. ♦ I Constultation and examination free
*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ phone 42G. Office and rooms over Cit-
. " aaaaaa*.*®*#*#* ?. ens State Bank, Lawton, Okla.
****** ^ 12-14tf ,)e appreciated. Robt. Daniel Ser- p()j
FOR SALE OR TRADE For hogs or were Mesdames F. P. Anderson, An
calves 1 pair of coon and o'nossum na, 111., A. II. Cobb, Casper, Wyo.,
hounds, 3 years old, well trained, 1 Winchell Barber, G. F. Barber, T. M
pair of well bred hounds, pups, N Bixby, C. ('. Black, II. Brigham, 11
months old, just beginning to run M. Brigham, C. O. ("lark, Chas. ( rab-
l'2-23tf:Rood. For information, write or phone tree, F. M. English, G. H. Flynn,
H L. Montgomery, Meers, Okla. Frank Head, L. M. Gensman, John
1-9 5t'George. O. Guthrie, F. W. Hammond,'
Frank Hurt, Louis Johnson, Margure-j
FOR SALE- Household goods, includ-; i(tc johnson) C. (J. Joy. C. A. Carney,
ing sewing machine. Come quick or T R Keegan, John Keys, Albert
We are now located at Jack Kerans.
Our phone is 1000. Your patronage
Phone 281. W.
C. Shaw, R. 4, Lawton,
Keys, E. P. McMahon, L. A. Milne, Ed
• DR. H. W. SMITH
# X)onti t • Lorcne Huer, who is attending:
♦ Third Floor in Koehler Building •|hi«h scho°' in Uwt,m <-ame homc for
• Phone 955 *
i vice Station.
T. Ryan of Elgin was a business
a visit with home folks. Miss Lorene|ca^er *n today and while w
made an average high enough to let|^cre ma(l® this office a pleasant and ^jecj each sale
♦ JOHN F. THOMAS ♦
♦ Attorney ♦
♦ Practice In All CourU •
♦ Stevens-Galyon Bldg., Lawton, Ok. ♦
her out of taking
♦ ^; trade see C. C. Brown,
♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦j Phone 550
examinations. substantial call. Mr. Ryan says he
can't get along withbut the "Old Re-
liable" and that the Free Farmer's
We Hell I'aiee. Saxon, and llort cars. °0,umn alone ,is worth the Price of
Lawton Motor Co.. phone 204, 520 11 the PaPer to him'
Avenue. 1-12 2t
If you have a farm for sale or '"stead of PuKh & Armstrong, as
Moll, J. H. Mullin, D. A. Myers, B. M.
: ■ ~ Parmenter, Evelyn Paschal, W. If.
CHINAS K)R SALE—I (juinetle jj j Ray, N. A. Robertson,
have some nice young Polan China Ro, Ro))ertaorli p I). Ross, J. Rowell,
males, 5 months old for sale. They are (,ha^ ghaw Kred Shepler, James
out of the best strains of Polan Chinas;Haythe I yn(.hburgi Va„ Riley Smith,
in the west. Pedegrees will be furn- H A Ijoyd_ c. Viney, J. T. White,1
Address J. T. , p Witney, Joe Wolf, J. M. Yount.'.
Howard, Letitia, Okla., or phone from M Tinchel._ Frank Rensch, Patton,
Lawton, on rural line F. M. 525. Those j oklahoma city. Misses Fannie Mc-I
hogs are immune from cholera. 1-2 lOt Ken7i(!i Minnje and Mae Schofield.j
SX5)®<a*5)<5)SX5*5XS)®<®XsX<!>®®®®®®>®®®®® Ruth and Topsy Shipley, Elizabeth (
and Mildred Timmons, Ann Ferris",
Helen Norris, Margaret Armstrong,
316 4th. Pri"ted in the Phone Directory, it
should be Dr. Ed Pugh, Veterinarian,
l Phone 20.
A. L. Lund has just received the, Dr. Ed is practicing veterinary,
largest shipment of window shades; medicine alone and is in n position to
^1 ever brought here. Prices right. K've better service than ever before.
*1 12-30 3t x"9 tf
♦ 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—Res. Phone 735 ♦!
i Attorneys present at court Monday
♦ v.ere: Charles C. Black, W. C. Stev-
♦ *jens, S. I. McElhoes, all
Fish Supper tonight, Pike Cafe.
Jake Carson, the well known farm-
er living in the Wood Reserve, under-
went an operation for apendicitis at
the Lawton hospital last Friday. The
of Lawton, case was reported to have been of an
Guy Gren, of Waurika, and all the acute nature and only a quick and
♦ W. C. HENDERSON
♦ Attorney and Counselor at Law ♦ j Walters attorneys.—Walters New
0 Phone 873 ♦ Era.
♦ Stevens-Galyon Building •
♦ ♦ MONEY TO LOAN.
♦ T have plenty of money to loan on
, J City Property.
l-9tf F. S. SNEED. I
• J. A. Fain John M. Young ♦
• FAIN & YOUNG ♦ ;
• Lawyers • j
Wolverton Bldg. Cor. 6th and & ♦'
•' Lar /ton, Okla. •
A. a. T. A. (iHAID
The /nti Home Thief Aism'l
ntlon No. 4S8 of
offers the following tendln« j
rewards for evident that will
' kJ T if to the recovery of prpp-
l > T-Y* erty stolen from Hiiy iueuib«r
of tbe Roseland Lodge, nnd
\\ V'l eridenif to convict thief
O ^ tio for potty larceny, nnd |3
ur grand larceny. F. W. rttlCB,
i T. J Al'l*, Hec -1-tf i*reBlde '<-
I Sale Paper Wanted
i. The Morgan Auctioneer Co.
•i wants your sale paper. Phone
•! 6C9 Lawton, or 52 K. L.
| Col. J. h. Morgoa & Son
skillful operation saved his life. We
sincerely trust he will continue to im-
If you have a four or five room
house well located to sell for cash at
the right price, see me.
l-9tf F. S. SNEED.
: SERVICE CARS
Kitchen il^8' ('yn,"aHium
9 316 D :: Phone 517 | The ladies' Gymnasium class will
meet tomorrow night (Tuesday) atj
7:45 at the high school, instead of to-i
J\KIE BAND t1 MAKUKET BCTRT v.r 1
thai U.'y h d I..MIJ but rtwr-
K'plfnt.i T " fvi B' t'-* T" ■' * rn *'Vir '
Kinky Hair cannot be imdc atriiirf-.t. U
You have to have hair before it tar. 1 c \
atruitfhlcncd. Now this
Is a Hair Grower which feeds the tculp W
and rooti of tbe hiir and maker kin*'£
nappy hair grow long, aoft and ljky. i. ,
cleans dandruff and atops Hair at
once. Pric« 25c by mail on receipt oi ;
sumps or coin.
AOENTS VJMrrt* EVERY"\WKK\
Vrtt* Y t Pirtlrt-vr. i. Pjm ^
mrciENTO iWftwr r c-. 5
WHY IT SUCCEEDS.
llecauHe It's For One Thing Only, and
I Lawton People Appreciate This. j
| Nothing can be Rood for everything, j
Doing one thing well brings sue-;
i Doan's Kidney Fills are for one,
For weak or disordered kidneys.
Here is Iiawton evidence to prove
Mrs. I. F. Colley, 916 Gore Blvd.,
Lawton, says: 'I am never without'
| Doan's Kidney Pills and I feel thatj
iit is by their use I am kept so free
'from attacks of kidney complaint and
enjoy good health. I have the same
I high words of praise for this medi-
! cine now as ever."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't,
simply ask for a kidney remedy—get
! Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that
| Mrs. Colley hod. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
of This Town
night on account of the lyceum num-
ber. West entrance.
j | To Prevent The Grip
X Colds cause Grip—Laxative Bromo
J Quinine removes cause. There is only
f one "Bromo Quinine." E. W. GSOVE'Sj
♦ signature on box. 25c. ^
$ See Boggs, the old re-
j: liable cleaner and pres-
: ser. Phone 79.
^ FARMERv cat
We Have Tried
in the past fi'\v weeks to present our service to
you as to have you yive it a trial.
I'nless we can satisfy you with the quality
of our work and show you that we can save you
time and money, we could not expect you to
continue to patronize our plant. We are here
to stay, hence we must please—we are pleasing
the great majority of those who favor us with
We all had to get used to the idea of a
telephone—now we can't get along without one.
The day of the Steam Laundry as a public con
venience is here and everybody must eventually
send all washing to such an institution as ours.
May We Call This Weekf
fou tonjfoam Jjwnflry*
Phone 62 509-511 fifth St.
The> are VITALLY IN
i TERLSTEO HERE
; DON'T STftND IN YOUK
I OWN LIOHT AND GO
I OUT OF TOWN TO SHOP
; The home merchant'*
1 prosperity MEANS YOUR
| TRADE AT HOME
express package from
a big mail-order house was
accosted by a local dealer
"Why didn't you buy that till
of foods from me? I could have
taped you the express, ond besides
you would have been patronizing a
home store, which helps pay the
taxes and builds up this locality.
The farmer looked at the mer-
chant a moment and then said:
••Why don't you patronize your
home paper and advertise) I road It
and didn't knou) that you had thestuff
I have here. "
This is the Weather
Lap Robes Ice Skates
Auto Hood Covers Thermos Bottles
Hunting Sox, Caps and Coats, Leggings,
Mittens, Gloves, etc.
/ SP QRTINC GOODS
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