The Lawton Constitution (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 306, Ed. 1 Friday, August 3, 1917 Page: 3 of 4
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Friday Evening, August 3, 1917.
THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION
BILIOUSNESS AND STOMACH
Womeii Love Babies
A. L. Lund puts in window glass
hone 191. 411 D Ave. 9-15-tf
Mrs. J. R. Travis has gone to Colo-
"Two years ago I suffered from
frequent attacks of stomach trouble,
and biliousness," writes Miss Emma
Verbryke, Lima, Ohio. "I could eat
very little food that atrreed with me,
and I bccnme so dizzy and sick at my |
stomach at times thtit I had to take'ra(j0 for a visi( with friends.
hold of something to keep from falling. J
Seeing Chamberlain's Tablets advertis-j \ few small size $1.25 middies to
ed I decided to try them. I improved dose out at 75c. Mrs. Garvin. 8-.*] _t
rapidly." Obtainable everywhere.
J. VV. Moffitt of Oklahoma City w
here yesterday On business.
Just arrived a car of feci:. Another p I p« .
'one will arrive. Walter Fuller, 111 ;trd LQIIQuQ ill St
A.nd Bujjncw Curds
DR. ED PUGH ♦
Otiice and Hospital. 316 E Ave. •
Phones—Office :il>; llesidenoe 871 ♦ Thursday here on leual business.
Lawton, OkSa. •
Everything green that can bi
ten at White's.
T St- - *-3tr
It Is woman a na-
ture to naturally re-
spond to the chnrm of New miltiary styles in white satin.
doca^not tdmlro^v fe!t and satin weaves t0 b"' shown-
btes? Tho lomtinir to Ee.autifu! ttyies from $2.50 to $5. n
P08.6M a baby U often Mrg (;arv;„'s Mfflinery. 8-3 2t
outweighed by tho In-
hercnt fear of tho
period of distress. Jerry Sparlin v. ill ! :^ve a car of
. , Thcro ia a most , , .
wonderful external water melon* f:oni Terrel in l awton
preparation known as ♦omorrow morning for sale.
It Is r\ safe external massapo which re-
lieves pain and discomfort at tho crisis; ' Just arrived a car of feed. Another
makes elftsllo those fibers and muscles , , „ • . . u-mi .1
which xir.turo is expanding, and wonder- a.rive. Walter I uller, 111 .l,d
fully 800ti.es tho Inflammation « f breast St. 8-3tf
U enables tho expectant mother to pre-
serve her health and strength, and sho Owen Black, law clerk to Justice
rvnn"7 .1 prei'y, r°"ir, by hau',"g Rutherford Brett of the Supr.me
avoid d tho Buffering and danger which • ,, . . <■ t . 1 «
v.-c-M otherwise accompany such an oc- . .. 1 . s. .. * e 11 -N ?r , few day?
caston. Kvcry nervo, muscle and tendon la VlS,t with hi. parents, Judge and Mrs. (Ypt. Whe't
thoroughly lubricated. Get a bot".o today C. C. Black
V-13tf from tho druggist, and write to the Brad
field IvCTUlator Co., Dept. G, 200 Lamar r, , c .... ,,,, . ,
, iiuildir.r. Atlanta, Ca. They w'11 mall , Fresh Strawberries daily at White's
of Snytier spent you an intensely Interesting little book, grocery. 7-24 tf
1 Kiicinoe<s I "Motherhood and tho Baby". Tho book-
is free. Every woman should herself aid
nature in her glorious work. "Mother's
Prize if Germany
Wins Says Taft
By United Press.
CHICAGO, August U.—Canada
would be one of the rtrst prizes
demanded by Germany, if victor-
ious in the war, is the opinion of
William Howard Taft, speaking
here. The Monroe Doctrine would
be worthless, and the indemnities
demanded by Germany would
bankrupt the country for all years
All Traces of Scrofula
Eradicated from the System
By the prentest of all puriGers.
A common mistake in the treat-
ment of scrofula has been the use
of mercury and other mineral mix-
tures, the effect of which is to bot-
tle up the impurities in the blood,
and hide them from *be surface.
The i; .purities and dangers are
only aclJ J to in this way.
For 11:ore than fifty years S. S. S.
has been the one recognized reliable
blood rc:..cdy that has been used
with highly satisfactory results for
Scrofula. Being made of the roots
and herbs of the forest, it is guaran-
teed purely vegetable, and absolutely
free from all mineral ingredients.
You can obtain S. S. S. from any
drugstore. Our chief medical adviser
is an expert on all blood disorders,
and will cheerfully give you full
advice as to the treatment of your
own case. Address Swift Specific
Co., Dept. F Atlanta, Ga.
Pictures, frames, choice mouldi^tr
at A. L. Lund, 411 D. 12-1 Itf
KANSAS CITY GRAIN.
WANTS AND SPECIAL
I)R. J. C. DISS ♦
Specialist In Eye Culture and ♦
FITTING GLASSES «
Office, Optical Parlor, 411 D Ave. ♦
PHONE 100 ♦
night and morning.
F. A. StaufTer of Cooperton, was
visitor in Lawton today. While here'
he paid this office a pleasant call.
i)RS. MITCHELL &
Q ♦ * * *
C « * * $ %
PIN NELL *
■>, Nose and Throat
••t', Lenses Ground *[
Duplicated. v j
!-4 i J Koehler Bldg. *
Lawton, Okla. ^
Black eyed peas just right for s?ll-
ig at White's. 8-2tf
Try a Warner's
A L. I '^d tone just received the $1,00 to $5.0'/, 1;
\rmat s...,.ment of window shades break, r.ist 0? tear
.Miss Lrtis Wilkina, formerly of .his
city, i3 expected tomorrow from
Lockney, Texas, to astumc her new
duties: as cashier a the. Jack Kern
If you want to save money on your
plumbing, we would like to figure
with you and guarantee the work.—
ROHL at Hlock-Miller Hardware store.
Phone 696 or 1131.
C'^evcle! Service Station located at
524 E avenue carries a complete linp
of i": rts, also do a general repair
Mr. and .Mrs. J. C. Cline have pur-
chased the property ct 1000 I) in-
stead of 406 D as was stated in yes-
terday's issue of this paper.
O LEGAL NOTICES ♦
(Published in i.awton Constitution July L'U
ig. i: . 1!«17. inlusivei
•reby jjlvt u that in pursuance
of lit.* «'.• unrv « .hirt of the
: THE LAWTON MARKET EXCHANGE ::
UAThS—Hr t liiMrrtlon onr ernt rarh I IIV MONTH—Nprrlnl i «U «nd wnntM mm
ronlj «iii>s i|uent ln*>i>rtIon* om linlf rent
word. No iid iirerplfd for Wsn than We. 1,1 ( l **lfl«,d column (or • muiith of tf
ouut nt'ouri'rnc "nAd. run In* dLl" id
••'Ulj unlenit othrrwUe luHtructrd. I llnr n month ivlll be mudr
*R SALE-—ou^idings, one stone, 2
■ *'.ry, 25x% feet; one frame 2.* xG0
"<U per Cent f cr^t.
..••■j-? W J! :>tti •:
m less thri
STRAY—One red spotted yearling,
owner please call. We don't want to
be responsible for it. L-. Lacier, Holli-
day, N. W. 1 S. 11, 1 S. and 13 \V
WANT'JD - Girl for general house*
>rk. Phone 977. lij Oth St.
gel of L'l
to th«> highest bllde
in was rn
•eceived a car of feed. Anotl
vll arrive. Walter Fuller, til 3rd
JOHN M. YOUNG.
Pioneer Building ^ FOR SALE—Several used cars in first
Lawton :: :: Oklahoma.^ class condition. Prices right. Lawton
Motor Co., 120 D. Phone 204. 8-1 3t
last even- 'I have used Chamberlain's Tablets (} ,r1.l° j}'",k
visit with,and must ~'iy they are the besi 1 have rou'uty ..r i ■
Cleveland, ever used for constipation . n-.i i:.di- 'l ,t
<:estion. My wife olso used them for the ti
indigestion and they did her good,"
Comfortable Shoes for ZTit™ Kuw"u s- KniRh'- on
Men at Joe Wolf's.
ing from an extended
firenda and relatives ii
Ohio, and other points.
FOR SAL EOR TRADE—Pool and bil-
liard parlor in Lawton. Cold drink
r .inly. urn. in stand in connection. One of the be:s'
' VtUee*vtM'litor paying pool halli in the city. Must dis. , m
;it public nuc* pose of this in the next mouth ns 1 WANTED—A capable am. exponent-
ii the io.il .s- have b^->n drafted for service in the -1 saleslady, single and about 25
yt'. ,s old A gcod salary to start, per-
. nent work and an opportunity for
f alher advancement. S. H. Kress &
the time of li
: i i ;msi f i roift H«tooV of right man. Address P. O. Box No. 48K
•i. <lUhihuiua, in said or call phone No, 989. Terms, small
all the riffbt, title «• - • • • •
"SaVv part cash and balance easy payment.,
and gentle in their action. Give them a ViV,Vi
DR. H. W SMITH ♦
Third Floor in Koehler Building •
Phone 955 <
Mrs. Ella Massey of the KoehbrJ
i Store, is taking a week's outing at |
Business and News
Around the City
ti oil HPHi
an ti to all tlif .-ertnln lot<«. pie.
« f huxl. situate, lyliift :iud hcliiK
intv of (?oinnnelie. State of Okhi-
Chamberlain's Tablets are mild homa. bounded and described an follows,
upon tlie following terms and eoudl-
. to-wit: Cash In hand.
Lot 24. Block original townslte,
City of Lawton;
Lot 7. Block 03, original townslte,
City of Lawton;
Northwest quarter Section thlrt.v-flve
(35), township one (1) south, range six-
teen (10) west I M.
Dated the 23rd day of July. 1917.
<;E0R<;E E. myers. Executor.
leatli, and all
t that estate
>"'cruise, IK- P0R SALE—Ford roads;
2Mtf Co., Lawton, Okla.
trial. You are certain to be pleased
With the agreeable laxative effect
I which they produce. Obtainable every-
Meridian WANTED—White woman who is a
. _ Ga^age; 7"31 4t| g< od c h,:<. Wages $1 per day. 70? C
FOR SALE—8 gallon coffee urn, near- ^
ly now. Apply Keshan Hotel.
7-31 tf'W ANTED—-Experienced dininft helf,
— 1 also other good help. Incrabam
FOR SALE—New^buggy and haruess;i ;)..g ;(^p
See ii at 21i 4th St.
7-28 tf I
„VK.HK FOR SALE-Meat box and butcheri F°R RENT-Furni.hed 5 roo.nn co^
I* * I A few iadies gathered at the home A. .1. BURTON, ' ' " ' * tools. 223 C Avenue. 7-30 lwp iVve^'VhonV 579 at" m° " H-3 3t
COOL SUITS for hot RH„"k V-' Ww 1,ht of Mrs. J. Attorney for Executor.
isnngs in * * eli. morning a
weather at Joe Wolf's. wei.t PlaJin« DbHd^,. l'*esn
_ ... . . ... Wagoner county in Sec. 23-18-16, un- NNere Mesdames Floyd Ross, L. Brent ,|4.n,.rn,#Mi jotHf situate«i in the town of Ster" FOR SALE—Ont half interst in cigar1 stay at Medicine Park, have returned
Ladies' new fall suits, hats, skirts i covering what ho believes to be a Mitchell, J. E. Tochterman, John l1",?; !,,k.l;l„ho^.a i .V°.!! !.1 nI1 ,e!'!'h..StJwL11 factory. 306 D Ave. 8-2 4tp home. They were joined by theii son
morning and very informally spent a (Published in Lawton Constitution July 26 FOR SALE ( ood roll top desk. .105
* ' to Ailv 90 HI17 lik-liiutvo'i n«jl dl. oo«? o i o*—
to Auk. •0. 1h17. Inclusive)
NOTIC E OF HALE OF TAX DKKI)
To the unknown owners of the following
Bell. Phone 387.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Carter of Oklx
homa City, who have been making a
♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦#♦••••♦♦♦ and dresses at Miller's. Come and see new pool.
• them. 7-31 3t At 24 feet in the sand the well is M Tinch(.r. High score was made b.
JOHN F. THOMAS ♦ making 30 barrels natural flow. ^ Tocht(.rma],
Hugh B. Carter, Jr., at Fort Sill, who
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Farnsworth,
Work on Refinery
Practice in All Court* ♦ who have been taking two weeks' va progressing
Stevens-Galyon Bldg., Lawton, Ok. • ^u^sa' r®turned home Construction work on the new Co-!
manche Refinery is progressing rap-'
, idly. It is expected to be in operation
Whites, within about a month or six weeks.
.... .. f, T y* i a *-* r j outleo that Comanche County did. nt
Mlkesell, C. L. Hord, A. D. Boggs and „ regular tax sale, as provided by law, held
♦•r. eount.v treasurer of Coinanehe county
FOR SALE Good motorcycle, used wjj| gpen(j the week end at Oklahoma
a tax, sale certificate for the taxes for the very little, will sell at a bargain at|p;*v
year 1010, and snid certificate *«as aubse .... . , . liy*
quontly assigned "" April 4. 1! 17 for value "hltes grocery. 8-2tf1
received, to W. M. Merritt, on Lots 18. It).
•JO, 21. •-'4. 2ti, 27. 28. 21 . 30. 31. 32. block K,ni> Q A T P r\n to a r r v >
town of Stcrllnir. Oklahoma, und unless r'JK SALt UK IKADL—ror good.
" Try one.
Ladies' new fall suits, hats, skiits n c?t i u ^ ^
« , , ..... , _ . Fred B. Shepler has let tne contrac;,
• and dresses at Millers. Come and see to Honry Bryan for a five room ,)Unpa
them. 7-31 3t low to be built at 709 Gore and ex-,
Ipects to have it completed by Septem-1
Mr. and Mrs. H Vibert A. Gothold her 1st.
E. B. DUNLAP ♦
Physician ar.d Surgeon
Office Hours 10 a. m. to 12 m.
2 to 4 p. m. ♦
Koehler Bldg., Ord Floor.
Office Phono 15—Res. Phone 735 • and son Eugene of Oklahoma City and
W. C. HENDERSON ♦
Attorney and Counselor it Law 4
Phone 373 *
Room 407, Koehler Building. *
LEON L. COLE, M. D. ♦
Chronic Diseases and Eyes, Ear, •
Nose and Throat. ♦
Glasses Fitted ♦
3rd Floor Koehler Bldg. •
A. T. HOWELL ' ♦
Insurance and Surety Bonds •
Koehler Building •
Phone 362. ♦
C. W. CLIFFORD ::
i W® Fitting Glasses
Phone 75 :: :: 229 C Ave.
Miss Fay Hollingswc; ih of Chickasha, Straw Hats one half
who have been spending a few days pj-Jce at Joe Wolf's,
at Medicine Park, have returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Martin of Lone
I have moved my plumbing shop to Wolf and their son J. F. Martin of Ok-
BIock-Miller Hardware store. BOHL, lahoma City, who is a member of the
the Plumber. National Guard, have returned homo
after a week's visit in the citv at the
FOR SALE—Saxon "6" Demonstrator home ,Mrg Martin>s brother, J. M. Mc- |
at bip reduction Also 4 cylinder yicker and family.
roadster. Lawton Motor Co. 520 D.
Phone 204. • 8-1 St!
Miss Helen Fletcher, formerly of National Guard Camps
this city, who has been here visiting Complete III AllgUSt
with her sister, Mrs. Morris Farns- ®
worth, in company v/ith her friend,
Miss Estherdelle Bass Wichita, Kas., By United Press.
will leave in the morning for Okla- WASHINGTON, D. C., August 3.—
homa City. Miss Bass will spend a The National Guard camps at Waco1
fedWhoamyeS ^ ^ ready for use by
j troops Aug. lo and those at Fort Sill s
I will open a kindergarten school and Fort Worth by Sept. 1, according
commencing Monday, August 6th at to announcement by the War Depart-
9 a. m. in basement of M. E. church, ment, based upon reports from the <
South, corner 9th and D. Phone 847. Quartermasters' Department.
Mrs. C. L. Daggy. 8-2 2tpi
Hanan's Shoes for men AIM Tfl I il/C
at Joe Wolf's. Him IU LIVE
Ford, Overland 12 passenger bus,
redemption ih mode from said sale within
sixty tin ye from the date of the first pu' -
1 lent Ion of this notice, the undemlfrned good condition, 806 Gore. Phone 502.
will demand end receive from the county 8-.'ltf
treasurer of Comanche county, Oklnhonu, '
a tax deed to the within and foregoing lots.
us orovlded .by the laws of the State of FOR RENT
i Oklahoma. — 1 ■■ — —
w.m. meriutt. FOR RENT—Ro<
Holder of Certificate
ore. J. J. Galyon.
tPul'.ished Lawton Constitution July
21 to A 'rufit 14, inclusive, 1917.) FOR RENT—Nicely furnished bed-'
NOTICE. room, modern, southwest exposure.!
t is hereby given that tho fol- Gentlemen preferred. Phone 89-*.
.lowing described est ray wa3 taken up1 8-2 3tj
i by D. Tul!ou3, of Lawton, Route No. j «
1, Oklahoma, on ....day of April, FOR ERNT—Bed rooms and light[
i 1917, r.t his place of resilience, the N.j housekeeping rooms. 522 E. 8-3 (it!
\V. 1-4 of Section 29, Township 2 N., |
'Ra;:~e 9 V.*. I. M., Co:r.anch® County, FOR RENT—Bed rooms and
Kre« to fitrtner mhscrlbera of the Lnwioo
* "ons111ution In Comanche ud Cotton Oouo-
Stock nd?ertlfiliig, Wnnts. For aud
Kx< liMii«e; also Farm Help Ana and i'oul-
Oklahoma: housekeeping. 713 A. 8-3 3t;t'&.
1 gray mare, about 12 years old, no |
I marks or brands.
Dated this 21st day of July, 1917.
CHARLA CRITCHER, RFFINERY AND OIL STOCK
County Clerk, Comanche County, Ok- ESMAN WANTED-
lahoma. nission offered by Big Diamond Oil
: —^ ^ and Refiining Company, 915-6 Hersko-
not requent L
Write the ads oat. count the wordn. und
mnll them the lawton t: xiatltuttoB
Liberal com- | FOR SALE—Good
(Published Lawton Constitution July 18 to
AugiiRt 3, inclusive, 1! 17)
State of (Vkloboma. Comanche County,
In the County Court.
witz Bldg., Oklahoma City. 8-1 6t
n order of the County Court of the w A NITFn
itv of Comanche and State of Oklaho-
made on the 10th day of July, 1917, in Phoile 9!
A. II. T. A. REWARD
The Antl Horse Thief Associ-
ation No. 455 of Itoselsnd
100 YEARS OLD
BUY A HOME.
Pay on installment plan and gel
offers the following standing . a. e *t a
rewards for evidence that will benefit of coming advance in Lawton
ierly i?ol«n Z',7, mS P«P rty. Kwp the Bowels Clean and Liver Ae-
} of the Roseland Lodge, snd fi-5tf FRANK S. SNEED. tive Without Calomel
evidence to convict thief: | , .
$10 for petit larceny and |26 Take \ an Ivax.
for grand larceny. F\ W. PRICE. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
O. P. JAPP, Sec. 3-i-tf «*• •! mil a its. ruit sale,.
I can sell your Lawton property
If you and get cash for it.
break your 6-5tf FRANK S. SNEED.
— — ■■ Ja .
THE INVISIBLE BIFOCALSSlasses we
can grind new ones while you wait.
Opposite City Hall.
ARMAGEDDON, THE LAST WAR.
Rev. A. L. Leake will deliver a spe-
cial sermon Sunday morning at 11 a.
| m. on 'The Last Decisive Battle of the
Barring accidents, there is no rea-
son why we should not live to a hun-
dred, by keeping the bowels clean and
open and liver active. Calomel won't
do this. It sickens. Van Lax is
scientific substitute that won't sicken
you but acts gently and pleasantly on
♦ GILKEY-JARBOE HARD- ♦
♦ WARE CO. ♦
♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦!Nations." Come let us study together the bowels. Van Lax prevents sick-
♦ MAXWELL. ♦jthe prophecies pointing to "The Great ness- eliminates intestinal poisons, re-
♦ The World-S Greatest Motor Car ♦ Day of Our God, The Almighty." Adv. lieves constipation, corrects disorders
yajue * of digestive organs, increases poor
circulation, restores strength. Hun-
dreds of letters from users prove its
wonderful help to victims of rheuma-
tism, insomnia, sick and nervous,
headaches, stomach disorders. Van
Lax is nature's master tonic. Any
druggist can supply you with a big
bottle for 50c, or send to Van Vleei
Drug Co., Memphis, Tenn. Rosy
cheks and sparkling eyes and the dis-
appearance of pimples and facial
.blemishes wll convince you of the
merits of this new health discover}
Try Van Lax today. Don't wait.
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic propertiesof QUININK
arid IRON. It acts on the Liver. Dtiv j
ut Mfltna, Enrichcs the Wood end
' ur> tb • Wlv-V. System. 50 .en* .
♦ C. M. DUNN ♦
♦ Undertaker and Embalmer ♦
♦ 15 Years Experience in Under- ♦
♦ taking business in Lawton. Ev- ♦
♦ erything First Class. Undertak- ♦
♦ ing parlorH at E. L. Dunn's Fur- ♦ . 4/\ j
♦ niture store. 424 D. Ave. Phone ♦ flOW glSSS. "110116 194
♦ D Ave.
A. L. Lund puts in win-
O /) Qu«rarrf«cd ty
matter the estate of Chan. R. San-
NOTK K OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Notice Is hereby given that in pnreliance
of an " " "
the matter of the estate of ('has. K. San-
ders. deceased, the undersigned, as admin-
istratrix «>f the estate of said deceased, will
sell at private sale to the highest bidder
for cash, subject to confirmation by said
County Court, on Friday, the 3rd day of
August, 1! 17. at 10 o'clock A. M. at India-
aid County of Comanche, all the
right, title. Interest and estate of the said
Sanders at the time of his death
and all the right, title and Interest that the
aid estate has by operation of lav **"
State of Oklahoma, bounded and described
as follows, to-wit :
Lots 4-5-0-25-20-27-28-29 nud .10 In
block 1<>: Lots 1-2-3-4-29-30-31 and 32
In block IS all In Town of Indiahoma,
Comanche County. Stjite of Oklahoma.
Hbls must be In writing and may he left
at the office of ii. X. Whalln. attorney at
law. or may be delivered to the administra-
trix personally or may be filed In the of-
"lee of the Judge of the County Court.
fWited this 10th day of July. 1917,
MALIXDA C. SANDERS.
Ry I! N. WHALItf,
(Published Lawton Constitution August 2
to September 3. 1917)
the District Court for Comanche Coun-
i ty. State of Oklahoma.
• Iiledrig Miller, Plaintiff,
Rufe LeKors. Fannie LeFors, J. D, Ram-
sey. Ada Ramsey. Mrs. Eva Newman and
Harrison Ramsey, sole and only heirs of
Wade Ramsey, deceased, Defendants.
Hy virtue of an order of sale Issued to me
out of the District Court of Comanche
County, Oklahoma, in tlie above entitled
action, I will on Monday, the 3rd day of
i September. 1!«1T. at 2 o'clock p. m.. at the
front door of the Court House in the City
of Lawton, County of Comanche, State of
I < Ikbilu ma. offer at publl sale aud sell to
Jthe 111/!: *st and best bidder for cash in
hand, all the following described property,
Lot Fourteen (14>. In Block Flftv-
one (61), in the original townslte of the
' t'lty < f Lawton.
The above described property Is taken as
the property of said defendants Rufe I<e-
I'ors and Fannie LeFors. and is directed by
| said order of sale to be sold, and will be
sold to satisfy said order of sale.
J. C. FRONEBERORR.
Sheriff of Comanche County, Okla.
J. M BRONAUOB.
Dated at Lawton. Oklahoma, this 1st day
of August. 1917.
WANTED—To buy a roll-top desk.
Phone 1092. 8-3 6tp
A dining room girl.
Phone 99-A Fort Sill. Call for Mrs.
Gordon, School of Fire Officers Mess.
brood sow, with
seven pigs, five weeks old. Phone 52.
LF line. F. C. Dawson. 8-1 5t
FOR SALE—Jersey cow, four years
old with calf at side. J. A. Steimel,
Phone 25 LX. 7-28 5t
FOR SALE—Nine shoats, weight
about 60 pounds. Owen McNaJly,
Phone 4 long 1 short, R. 4, Lawton.
A Good Refinery in a Good Town.
High Grade Petroleum Products.
Railroad and Bell Ave.
FORT SILL MEDICINE PARK
Blue Line Co.
316 C Avenue
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