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Looking back in the past with The Lawton Constitution

Taken from November 1916 editions of The Lawton Constitution:

The Metropolitan theater will show The Birth of A Nation, "The Most Stupendous Dramatic Spectacle the Brain of Man has Yet Visioned and Revealed." Night seating is $1.00 and $1.50; matinee seating is 75 cents. (11/1)

Ralph Russel filed for divorce from Martha J. Russel. (11/2)

Gilkey-Jarboe Hardware Co. is selling a Maxwell, the World's Greatest Motor Car Value, for $595. (11/2)

Atwood's Grocery has sweet spuds for 35 cents a peck, a dozen ripe yellow bananas for 25 cents and a dozen Jonathan apples for 30 cents. (11/2)

Subscription to the daily Constitution is to be raised to $4.00 per year. (11/2)

Presidential election returns can be gotten by special wire at the Lawton Drug Store (4th and D Ave). (11/4)

E.A. Everton notified readers that piano tuners have been going from house to house, claiming to work for his firm, in order to secure work. He states that only W.W. Dunlap is the local resident tuner in Lawton and he works for the Everton firm. (11/5)

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