The Lawton Constitution (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 301, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 31, 1915 Page: 4 of 4
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THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION
Jh HE MOTORED
An Oklahoma!* H
L. G. Cornier of Tu
mrilr the longest
haul of nitrojtlyeet
ed DeBt'iue, Cot.,
with forty quart*
aboard a motor t
eiin i* to be used
Cosper brflke c
making the trip,
it was believed h<
car ahead through
niiiR half a mile ii
warned all traffic
passing the nitrog
travelers Brew ex
proached the Okla
from fide to side \
A MEDICINE t
In this chest yoi
remedy for Tex
Sprains, Si.J Nee
Sl'inn'a Liniment d
ric-t the ailments
a those who use
or better still, buy
prove it. All Di-ur
Dietician i ecom®
ner nuts.' We've h
After this, cx-1
Nashville will lx
making circles ar<
A plow is about
may be profltabl
$2.50 to $J
M. E. CHURCH. SOUTH
The pastor has returned from an
absence of three weeks and will be in
hia pulpit at both morning and even-
GARVIN GROCERY COMPANY
Weekly price list unless radical change in the market. I'ost yourself ..with Garvr little savings. It means
money to you to pay cash. With each *.">.00 order we give 20 lbs cane sugar for $1.00 and deliver $5.00 order to
any part of the city. I'HONE 168. STORE 312 I) St.
Breakfast Foods 3 lb. Pumpkin 9c, 3 cans 25c Pint Bottle Blueing 8c, 2 for 15c
BE \L HEIGHTS PRESBYTERIAN Royal Seal Oats 13c 3 lbs. Hominy, 8c; 2 cans ........15c Bulk Starch, lb. 5c
Vhiiuth I Krinkle Corn Flakes _JJc 3 lbs. Kraut 9c; 3 cans 25c Faultless Starch 8c; 2 pkgs 15c
I Quail Oats, small size pkg. 9c Libby's P. and B„ big can 9c Argo Starch 4c
Services morning and evening. I Puffed Riee 14c Van Camp's Soups, 8c; 2 cans 15c
Morning services at 11 o'clock, sub- treani of Wheat, 14c; 2 for 25c Van Camp's Pork and Beans 9c
service at eight
of God." Evening Kellogg's Krumbles 9c; 3 pkgs. . ,25c Lima Beans, lb
o'clock, subject, "The Wahsmgtor. Crisps 9c Michigan Beans, per lb.
... . ... „ J . Post Toasties 12c String Beans/8c; 2 cans
Virtue of Victory. It is a sermon to Grape Nuts 13c; 2 pkg- 25c Chile-con-.">me .'
young men. It is the hope of the pas Head Rice, good grade, lb 7c ^-0 ;] Canned Beets
tor that a large number of young men Corn Starch, pkg ,6c jjo! 3 eans Apricots
attend the night service. Sunday ,. .. , j No. 3 cans Peaches
. ... .
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST.
622 B Avenue.
August 1st. Subject "Love."
| Services Sunday 11 a.m. Sunday
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH |scho°l 9:45 a. m. Wednesday 8 p. m.
Stereopticon pictures in the evening ... °.n cJ?n™ rc'!ulin,r ™oms'
will delight all. The subject is "In *" *t National Jlank Ui.ld.nR.
His Steps." The morning sermon sub- a^elj lwm " except
ject is "The Saints." The Big Sunday *u'|aa* .
School it 9:45. The Lively League at mFrm ^^t.ng Christian Science
7 p. m. Miss Jessie Wheeler will sing ' "a'*V a e lea ,ni? rooms-
at the morning service and Mrs. Grace
Wolverton T*" 11 sing In the evening
Those who come once always come
a^ain. They are pleased with the
friendly people and the evident Divine
F. L. TEMPLIN, Pastor.
: IT IS EASIER TO SAVE
THE HAIR YOU HAVE
Than to Grow New
Th#> tendency to put off until tomorrow
what we nhoutd do today accounts for
nuiMt of (1m bald heads k« ae« In the
Nowbros I'erplclde stops falling hair
and prevent* '.aldn-na Ths dardruff Is
d^nlroyed by Its use and a condition of
health maintained In the hair and scalp
Nearly everyone ha* hair trouble* of
tome description which llerpicide will nor
rect Don't watt until It la too late.
It Ih conceded to be the standard hair
remedy and Is recommended and applies
by ail the heht hair dressers and barbera.
Newbro s Ilerplcide in 50c and U 00 Blzee
Is guaranteed to do all that claimed
If you are not MftlsHed your money will
For Sale at
Powell Drug Store
328 C Avenue
SEE US FOR
and Everything in this
Corner 6th and G
A. B. Childs, Prop.
school at 9:45 u. m. Prayer meeting
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. A
cordial invitation is extended to all
by .he pastor and the congregation.
ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH
Corner B and Eighth.
Ninth Sunday after Trinity.
First day. Celebration of the Holy
Eucharist 8 a. m.
Celebration of the Holy Eucharist
and sermon subject, "The Christian
Sunday/* 11 a. m.
Sunday school H- a. m.
No evening service.
Those who are interested in the
keeping of Sunday as God's day-
should hear the rector tomorrow at
11 a. m. A cordial invitation to all.
T. W. BUCKLEE, Rector.
Fruit Jars, pints, per doz.
l'.te Banner Peaches, gal
Fru. Jars, (marts, per doi. 50c Banner Apricots. Kal. ...
Fruit Jars half *al per do/. 6.,c E ,e brand milk
Fruit Jar Caps, per doz. ......... -25c pet Milk," tall cans 8c; 2 for
. Baking Powder. Soda and Extracts
'/4 ti) Royal Baking Powder 23«
7 i.2c oz- K. C. Baking Powder He
j-,c 16 or.. K. C. Baking Powder ......12c
,9C 25 oz. K. C. Baking Powder 18c
50 oz. K. C. Baking Powder .... 38c
""j!; 80 oz. K. C. Baking Powder .... 58c
Calumet Baking Powder, small
•••«; size : 9c
tkr I-arge size 23«
'Vr# Health Club Baking Powder, 15 oz. 12c
25 oz. Health Club Baking
Extra heavy jar rubbers,..3 doz. 25c pet Miiic,'.^iall'can lc;"it cans. >0c c)ub
Teas and Coffees 5 ii n t £ Powder ) 8c
English Bieakfant T.a, per lb.:..S3c \ 2 b oTotaU. 18c £eV°r WJ '« oz' J*
Gunpowder, high grade, per lb....60c ln2t ^ ,Bake'( C™colatf fever Fail Baking Powder, 25 oz. 18c
Gunpowder medium grade, per lb. 4flc Pink SalmonlKoodpade) c. 3 for 25o l lb Arm & Hammer Soda 7c
Basket Fire, Japan, good giade, lb. Mc Salmon Sockeye Hats 13c, I for 2-.c 5c pkgs. least Foam ....
India Tea, i;ood grade, per lb. ...50c 5c box Potted Meat 4c Pu*k C lackers, lh.
Coffee, cheap roast, ib.
Wedding Breakfast, lb
Instant Postum, large size
Instant Po*turr., small size .
Postum, large size
Meat and Lard
Hex Veal Loaf, can
Sliced Beef in glasses ....
Sugar Cured Hams, 8 to
I Bacon, mild cure, average
! 2 to 3 lbs., per lb :. 1
"Seven Hells" will be the subject J f)™?k|aitBat'°n *
i«. r,.„ i f^0 iq Bucket Snowdrift $1.10
of the evening hour. Everybody's
Song Service 7:30 p. m., preaching 8
p. m. Mrs. Tabor will sing.
At the 11 o'clock hour Mr. Tabor
will preach on "A Twentieth Century
Christian." Following the sermon will
be the reception of members and the
administration of the Lord's supper.
If the hearts of the weary come
this way we shall try and give them
U. SETH TABOR, Pastor.
" r „ i#. 5c pkgs. Crackers
::::;,2c & " •:::::::::::::::v*
■' *•< 50 Packaee whole Rram ■■■■*' I.emor ExWact pure' i!!.'!!!!
" 'c Spices ■••••■ • • • • • : J!c Vanilla Extract, pure .
Be packe^es Table Suit 4c, .1 for ,10c prepa..ef| ;,;ustard, Libby's ..
Ground Pepper, lb., pure 25c Pepper Sauce
10c Chili Pepper, lh 35c Pure cider vinegar, gal
" l,,c Cocoa, large size, 1 lb 23c Pure cider vinegar, 1-2 gal. ..
Cocoa, small size, 1-4 lb ttc Pure cider vinegar, 1 qt
17,. Crisco, medium sifce 47c
5 lb. can Mary Jane syrup 25c l'resh and Dried Fruits
10 lb. can Mary Jane syrup 45c Dried Muscalon grapes 9c; 3 lbs. 25c
1 1-2 lb. can Mary Jane Syrup ... .9c 12 oz. pkg. Seeded Raisins 3 pkgs.
5 lh. Blue Karo 23c 25c, per pkg 9C
10 lb. can Blue Karo 45c Lemons, doz 15c
5 lb. Velva, pure sugar cane 35c
'.V. 5 lb. C'd "i Sorghum 23c
Pure Leaf Lard, lb
Compound Lard lb c; 3 lbs 25c io'lb^aV Sorghum
Lard Compound, No. 5 Bkt 4.,c strained Honey, lb.
Compound Lard, 10 lb. bucket 9jc Peanut Butter, small size
4 lb. Snowdrift bucket 4.>c Peanut Butter, large size
Cottolene, large size $1.3"
Cottolene, med. sixe, per bucket
q Coal Oil. 5 gal
• Double Fly Paper, 3 sheets ; c
-* 25 double sheets fly paper 35c
" Ice Cream Powder, pkg, 9c; 3 for 25c
• 2 in 1 Shoe Polish, 8c; 2 boxes
10c Van Camp's Catsup, pt
Snider's Catsup, pt
,. _8c Snider's Chili Sai*O0, pt
..5c Nutmeg, 2 for
Sugar and Flour
24 & 48 lb. Acme Flour (ask price.)
Sugar, 16 lbs
Sugar, 8 lbs
Sugar, 4 lbs
17 1-2 lbs. Meal (ask price).
Potatoes, Irish (Ask price)
Cabbage (Ask price)
Pickles (sour) gallon
MC Pickles (sour) pt
Pickles (sour) 10 for
So. Washing Powder. Etc.
10c Bon Ami
2",c Babbit's Cleanser pkg.. .
Old Dutch Cleanser 8c 10c pkg. Shredded Cocoa.lut
20-Mule Team Borax pkg 4c Good heavy broom
Red Devil Lye, 5c; 6 cans 25c Better grade broom
Polo Soap, 2 bars 5c Chewing Gum, all kinds ....
Ivory Soap, bar 4c Shinola 8c. 2 for
. . lc
Regular services at Baptist church
both morning and evening.
Theme 11a. m., "The Second Com-
ing of Christ." Special music.
B. Y. P. U. in church parlors at 7
p. m. Miss Kendall of Corpus Christi, ^ _ _ HI
Texas, will speak of "Missions along Gooseberries, can 9c Gold Dust 4c ^'nute Ice Cream Salt, 6 lb 9c
the Border." j Solid Packed Tomatoes, No. 9c Lewis Lye, 9c; 3 for 25c Ice Cream Salt, 15 Ib 10c
Evening theme, "The Way to Heav- Solid Packed Tomatoes, No. 2 ....7c Eagle Lye 8c; 2 for 15c Box.Axle Grease, 10c size 8c;
. I nnntftW f'nnv.nrl IJ «A- O t ftO KnffC Rlllolno- 'in O Tqj.
Bucket Axle Grease 20c
" The DMtor'will nrearh at hnth ! Coaster Canned Peas, 10c. 3 for ... 25c 5c bags Blueing 3c 2 'for
n r i* M ^orn' ^°0(^ ^rade, 8c. 2 for 15c Ball Biueing lc; 3 boxes 10c 3 ib. Bu
Ordinance of baptism will
Hammond & Northrop
These Prices are Good For One Week
Pur. cider vinegar, gal 25c
Coal Oil, 5 gallons 40c
Quart Mason Fruit Jars, doz. 50c
gal. Fruit Jars, doz. 65c
Gasoline, gal. 15c
Iowa Com 8c 2 cans
Hominy 8c can 2 for
Kraut 9c can 3 cans
Raspberries 9c can 3 for
Coaster Peas, 3 cans for
No. 2 Tomatoes can 9c, 3 for
Sliced Pineapple, 18c ..2 for
Gal. Cans Full Pack Blackberries
Pet Milk, 4c can, 3 for
Tall Can Pet Milk_„. can 8c, 2 for
4 oz. Oysters, can
Large Oysters, can
Large Package R. B. M. Oats 20c
( •ream of Wheat 13c, 2 for 25c
Post Toasties 12c
Small pkg. Oats 9c 3 for. 2Sc
Grape Nuts 13c pkfi 2 for 25c
Washington Crisps 9c .... 3 for 25c
Krumbles 9c 3 for 25c
Kellogg's Whole Wheat, pkg 12c
Salmon, can 9c 3 for 25c
Pink Salmon, can 10c
lied Salmon 18c 2 for 35c
Domestic Sardines 4c .... 7 for 25c
Small Smoked Sardines, can 5c
Kippered Herring, can 10c
BACON AND LARD
Country Style Hams 17c
Smoked Squares Bacon, lb 15c
5 lb Pail Lard Compound 45c
Lard Compound, lb 10c
Criaeo. 8 lb can 47c
Salt Moat 10c to 13c
10 lb. pail Compound _90c
Medium Cottolene 55c
SOAPS, STARCH. LYE, ETC.
Toilet Soaps 8c and 9c
Argo Starch, pkg 4c
Eagle Lye 2 for 25c
Red Devil Lya 6 for 25c
3 Bars Lenox Soap 10c
8 Bars - - 25c
White Soap, bar 4c
Corn Starch, 10c size 6c
Faultless Starch 8c, 2 for 15c
Soda, 10c size 7c
Rice, Ib. j 7c
Navy Beans, lb. 7Vjc
Lima Beans, lb. 8c
K. Baking Powder, 25 oz 18c
K. C. Baking Powder, 16 oz 12c
K. C. Baking Powder, 10 oz. ...... 8c
Bulk Pickles 15 for 10c
By the gallon 40c
Quart jar Sweet Pickles 25c
Quart jar sour Pickles 23c
Cheese, per lb. 22c
Honey, quart jar 28c
Ripe Olives, can 15c
Postum, pkg 23c
Instant Postum, pkg 47c
be administered at evening service.
We are anticipating a great day on
Sunday. We begin the day with an
enthusiastic Bible school session at
At 11 o'clock Chaplain Sutherland
of Fort Sill will preach. Give him a
At 7:00 p. m. the Christian Endeav-
or society meets; a most helpful and
inspiring service is assured.
At 8 o'clock our Y. M. C. A. secre-
tary, F. W. Wetmore, will deliver a
message on "Character Building."
Special music at both the morning
and evening service.
Wre extend to you a rpost cardial
invitation to worship with us.
CLARENCE E. WAGNER,
WILL CHARGE THAW
By the United Press.
PITTSBURG, July 31.—Belleivue
officers will charge Thaw with speed-
ing in the auto on the night he ar-
rived from New York.
ROPING & RIDING CONTEST
August 5, 6 and 7, 1915
Fresh Vegetables, Fruits and Country Produce
Trade With These
25c cash or over and receive a FREE tick-
et to the MURRAY THEATRE, every
Monday afternoon for eight weeks, com-
mencing Monday, August 2nd.
I J. LATHRAM—Wall Caper. I'aint. (tlaas and Specialties.
THE GOLDEN RULE STORE.
SUTHERLAND'S DRUG STORE.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET." i
GEVERS & VAN IS—Tailoring, Cleaning and Pressing.
I'EDIGO—The Shoe Man. 407 I) Ave.
J. W. WOLVERTON HARDWARE CO..
HATES STUDIO—Kodaks. Sale or Rent, Amateur Finishing.
J. S. SPENCE GROCERY.
THE LAYMAN CAFF-
CRYSTAL LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING I'LANT—A Show Ticket
in Every Bundle for 8 Weeks.
HANDVERKER At SON—Dry Goods. Clothing, Shoes, Furnishings,
Trunks and Suit Cases.
BRIGHAM BOOK STORE.
■ ■ ■ ' - - i —
Try a pair of our soft Vici Slippers and Shoes
with Flexible soles. Cushion insoles that make you
forget you have feet.
$2.00, $2.50 to $3.50
The shoe for ease, and comfort. We've got that
TRUNK for you when you take that trip. Prices,
$2.50 to $10.00 Let's show you.
HAS SEIZED EASTLAND j Miss Ilattie Hughes, who has been
\N REC K I NDF.R ORDERS, here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
By the Unifed Press. !•'• A. Hughes, left this morning for
CHICAGO, 111,, July 31.—The , Temple, where she will be a few days
United States Marshall has seized, before going on to -Dallas, Texas,
the wreck of tho Eastland according j where she will spenti two weens vi*-
to Judge Landis' orders. Iiting friends.
and buy your Groceries from a Cash Store. This is the
first of another new month and an ideal time to com-
mence trading at n ('ash Store and start saving money.
Stop and figure what a small saving on each item of your
grocery hill would amount to in the next 30 days and vou
can readily see why it will pay you to buy for CASH. We
make no estimate for losses on bad accounts, consequent-
ly can sell you for less money.
Give us a trial order and see the difference.
Coffey's C. O. D. Grocery
(Successor to Skaggs)
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