The Lawton Constitution (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 301, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 31, 1915 Page: 3 of 4
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THE T AWTQK COMSTITUTIOH
gwinh cuts the price
1j lb*. case « w«l sugar $1.0,.
48 lb. sack i.5d h« t Hour $1,0
1-2 lit. cut half slice pineapple Ik
2 1-2 lb. can New State pineapple _'".c
1 Urge can chum *almon
2 large cans pink salmon
j t,i„t Nahoth grape iuice
1 quart Nabolh grape juice
i pint ViWi'i grape juice
1 quart WeWT grape iuicr
1 can I'snovs rote*
1 lb. ran Upton'* yellow label
3 lb. can l.iplon's yellow label
2 lb. can Upton's yellow Isbel
] lb. ran Wedding Breakfast
1 lb. Gwinco coffee
.... lie, 20c, 25c. .'We. 35c anil l",c
] pkg. Lipton's lea Ilk. I5t ,20c. .tl'c
' l pkg. New Stake tea 15c, 30c
1 pkg. Louis tea lie. 2",c
1 lb. bulk tea Klc
We thank you for yotir trade.
J. L. J. Gwinn
FtEE DEI.1VEKY. PHONE 5*7
I CLEAN UP! j
1 PAINT UP! I
Get the best-
STAIN AND ENAMELS
P \INTS. OILS AND GLASS
MOPS \ND POLISHES
Canned Goods Labels
Our catalog illustrate# over 1700 wnilar article* to
chooae from and it is yours for the asking
Write for it today
THE ALTON MERCANTILE CO.
You Won't Have to Consult Webster
to define "B-rirain" when you see the- '. * of L*.iie> V u.l u> J .mbma
foil Suit* w are rl. - tig out. The To, lowing table conveys ivy |-iw>
their true value will have to I* *en to be appieeuiled
7* value*. «*
S.V value*. no*
tt.eo value*. HO*
SI.IS value*. "Hi*
Csah v* alw ay * a ->u * pa**p«rt lo good value.
MOUNTJOY & DOWDY
315 D A>e*ie
In his new home
Pair Palm Beach ^Trousers, with
each order for made-to-order suit
323 D Avenue
IL. J. Lathram j
| Charles Orth of Walters was a vis-
' itor in the city this morning.
! Don't buy a car until you see the
new 1010 Studebaker. L. A. Trope,
! The Dunn furniture store ha
to 421 1) Avenue.
SO, Lebrecht left ye.erday mo.n 7Z
i„k tor wichita, kansas, where he will > ed a«*><** ha_ R.av,s
spen(, a week look.ng after bus«*a gr St. Joe. Mo., where
matu' ' he will join Mr. Skaggs and put in a
i. v ss
Mr, Liu. .! .. hrn v™« ,h,,h „ 1,
visiting, are spending a tew day. ^ of St. joe.
Medicine Park. r . _
.. , i We will have a car load of 191<>
TurUish bath- at • •'lK,n* /' Studebaker cars in soon. See me be-
v.th arrangement for ... . i - eat ^ your order. L. A. Trope.
i« i proper sweating: without tht- de- ^ £
.* . Viidtf'
pressing effects. . i-w
3rd St.. hr l National Bldg.
. ~7"w .... . Miss l.ula Allen left this morning
K E llumphrev , the grain man, J b Nt' city^f„r t** h° e t M*n*um, fter a few
returned Thursday night from a >hort!(h^a, l<rft y-«8terday L days v,„t with fr^ in this cty.
business trip to Kai as tity. Mo. |t chi(.ka,ha.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hulden. of| ^ ^ H. Touts. Chiropractor. Of
Wichita Kails. Texas, are visiting 1; Ave D Hours 10 to 12 a
and Mrs. Frank Sneed this week. (
i this IS the tsade mark oh evmt
BOX OF GENUINE TEETHINA
fK ARE oft'ering very low
Summer tourist fares to
the Northern and Eastern re-
Horts. Drop in and let me tell
you how cheaply you can make
that vacation trip; and how
quickly and comfortably the
Frisco can get you to the cool
lake country or the Eastern
S. D. Leggett
m„ 2 to 5 p. m. Other hours by p
..III.. - lO o p. V *<" "
pomtnient Phones Residence ISS, Uf
9, Miss Fergi Coons of Temple, who
T| has lieen here Visiting her sister. Mrs..
«•••••> Kiley Smith, returned to her home at
n tv Temple this morning. Master Riley
WANTED—Live man to sell ***>■& gmith Jr ttCl,,mpilt„e<t her and vrill
to Ford owners. Lurre pro • .. ■ • a, Tempk, for a few ,tays.
elusive territory for man able to snow |
results. Manager, 881 I-oel. Xrciole
Hldg., Minneapolis, Minn. ,1-Uo.
AUTOMOBILE WANTED—Will trade;
team of horses and wagon f< used j
ii'. See Cotton, 221 C Ave. ,-.!l-dp-;
FOR SALK—Pope twin motonyvls.1 <
first class condition. A barjait
cash. Call at 207 A or phone 67-
Poll dt r v I iona
PimilW. CljiH|aili «
BMk«Uhv uitc« durum t
l oii tor IM fr+*m «L
(tat* jtv- h>tmfvrami j
C J. MaHctt MMbciae C. .
Owing to Ibe great «dvano> on valvauited iron, our Iron bin* are
about out of reach. But old r liable lumber and shingle* are >et i
V bin bit holding
I e*l Ived Ceda' shin-
gles and stud* 16 inch
Ml bent material.
V bill l#\lt> holding
lie*I Red t edar *hin
gle* «n(i *tud* lt> inch
VII heal niateri.al.
Vy skall yust prove tu ju dat al ay say 'bout loomber be *u*l
anie ay say. "lloch der Kai*cr and llilly HryiW."
The Big "Swink
NOW IF YOU REALLY
WANT THE BEST ICE
CREAM MADE, AND YOU
ARE ENTITLED TO THE
IIEST AND PUREST. OR-
DER NOTHING BUT LAW-
TONIA. ALSO SHljU
HERTS. ICES. ALL < LA-
VORS. MADE ONLY B^
FOR RENT—Seven room, modi i
house. Apply W1 A avanuc. 7 31-'.:.
FOR RENT Modern room house,
good garage, 1016 E Ave. Inquire
at 1104 E Ave. , .10-lt.
WANTED — By young woman with
three year*' experience, position in
rural school, am a graduate in music
ittid would like a few pupils. Addre-s
Teacher, care Constitution. • 50 i.t
WANTED I want to rent two farms
near Lawton. Chas. Picek, Rt.
Geronimo, Okla. '
1 oST Tire 1* Detachable Rin be-
twe> n Lawton and Sterling. Re-
ward for return. W C. S11AW,
We have the largest stock of
Bob-O- Links in the city.
Solid gold, gold filled and
sterling silver. Prices from
25 cents up.
LOST Necktie with small diamond.
Medicine Park road. W. t'._ Shaw.
JOHN B. EVANS
Jeweler and Silversmith Koehler Building
Every Student in and nrouiid lawton should take advantage of the
special prices iluiing vncalion.
•'Ilid parts made new.
New part* made loo."
Welding Machinists Storage
Tires Oil and Gas Supplies
\\r do not experiment ul your expense, Itor
do we undertake any «orh which cannot lie
guaranteed when completed.
Wi will come lo us eventually, .
WHY NOT NOWJ
Pennsylvania Tires Guaranteed 8,000 miles.
PHONE 198. . 0 VVKM K I
FOR RENT- In desirable loi«iion.
.oo.l.'i n light housekeviping room.-,
phone SH8. Mrs. M.'InUre. 7-U0 Ut Silver Filling 50c
——— —— J.yJJ (rOWng
. pftH SM.E • Two rubber tired buir-
Dr. Duckwall, Ft. Sill. 7-8061.
per tooth ..14,
pnR SALK Horse snd urrey. 01
"! will rent " >•'
Phone 2W or *&• 7-' U
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
STAR PAINLESS DENTISTS
.122 l-2.t \venue
Dr. W. . Evans
| FOR RENT Aft>'i Au.-'.i, t 1st rest-
dence a! 00ft C. Call at Golden ^ * ■
S,o4e. .1. K. Jarvls. . ' -°U
W \NTKD I second hnml , -two
| ,v« and single haine-, -
, i>.,iv II t'omiiativ.
milch cows. \m>i> ' ,(f
1 OR RKN'T " '— > r","',h
„d fm lie1' hninel.' I'plnu.ut
m . i:,.l«.|t Steven
.. I'll Mil' 'I" ' ""
Inv ienrntint to 'he Pale snJ Sickly I
r7on Ri:N'r 1
Motor Service Phone I0S
i.si l" th.
office will I*' "",il .•V•U•,
.1. D. LENORT. Dentil"
i li d'
T i Sit
\i > |>iirt of the City
. l c
Cars Run from 7 A. M. to 11 P. M.
The L. B. Ritter Undertaking ('o. hus ;
moved from 321 C Ave. to the I Inghes ♦,
Building, Sll C Avenue. •
HEINZ PICKLING VINEGAR
w atermi'.i.ons and colorado bed chi.iirif.s
Ft F.RY I'HINIi IiKKEN I II AT t \ N HF. (itl I I I N M
thi house or ojuality
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The Lawton Constitution (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 301, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 31, 1915, newspaper, July 31, 1915; Lawton, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc128846/m1/3/: accessed May 18, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.