The Lawton Constitution (Lawton, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 259, Ed. 1 Friday, June 8, 1917 Page: 3 of 4
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Friday Evening, June 8, 1917.
THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION
(Report No. 12) By Daughter who managed the fried chicken
We cut the chicken she got was as tender
in several pieces (no-
Mother had always
fried chicken in bat-
ter. I heard that
Cottolene would fry
chicken tender and
sweet, and asked her
to try it. After some
Mother thinks her
own cooking ways are
best) she agreed to fry
half a chicken in
butter and half in
Chicken, to suit us,
must be tender and
ting on a slip of pape?
which parts were to
be fried in Cottolene).
In the midst of it a
girl neighbor came in
to take mother to the
movies. She was in-
terested in watching
The butter-fried and
were served on one plat-
ter. After tasting,
Mother said the piece
as butter. "Tender as
if fried in butter," I
corrected, "because that
nice, tender piece was
fried in Cottolene."
And Mother was thus
shown that wholesome
Cottolene fries chicken
Havc you tried it?
From M. H. S.
FREE! Cook book containing
23'y recipes by famous cooks sent
free. Write to The N. K. Fair-
lank Company, 111 Wt^t Wash-
ington Street, Chicago, 111.
Yes! Cottolene is also supericr for
shorter ing and for all cake-making
"Makes Good Cooking Better"
At grocers in tins
cl convenient sizes
Spent Day at
Mesdames Joe White, J. Rowell,
Milvin of St. Louis and Mrs. J. F. Wit-
ney and three children motored to
Medicine Park yesterday where they
spent the day at the cottage of Mrs.
Rowell, returning in the evening.
Mrs. G. D. Guyer entertained in-
formally three tables of bridge at her
home at Fort Sill yesterday afternoon
honoring Miss Hoffman of Oklahoma
City, daughter of Col. and Mrs. Roy
Dance at Medi-
! Col. Roy Hoffman, of the First Ok
lahoma regiment, gave an informal
dance for the officers at the fort last
(evening at Medicine Park and Mr
and Mrs. M. S. Simps n chap-
jeroned the following young ladies
from Lawton- Misses Marcia Purcell,
Topsy and Ruth Shipley, Gladys Par-
,menter, Hazel Ross, Hazel Johnson
and Junita Weist. Music was furnish-
ed by the Fort Sill Military band and
the pastime was thoroughly enjoyed
by those present.
By United Press.
WASHINGTON, D. C., June 8.—
Unless there is relief soon, the food!
situation in America will soon become
acute, according to government of-
ficials who are pressing action on the
administration i'ood control bill.
The threatened outbreak against
food prices is smoldering. Suffering
for lack of necessities in larger cities
is now chronic they say. It is now a
question of food control by the gov-
ernment or by gamblers.
The house ig expected to pass the
bill after a few days. In the debate
strong opposition is expected in the
senate. The senate hold the bill un-
We do hemstitching and picoting.
Phone 134 for plumbing repairs. D.iBrinK 13 T°ur work- Prices reason-
E Andrews. 11-21, 23, 25:ab'e' sinfc •' Sewing Machine Co.,.<317
3rd St. Phone 162. 3-19tf
E. L. Massey is here today from Al- —
tus looking after business matters.
A. L. Lund puts in window glass, put her foot down on him.
Phone 194. 411 D Ave. 9-15-tf
Mr. and M
; Dinner Party at
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simpson en-
_______________ tertained a company of friends with a
dinnei pai • ■ on W< dn< id •, evening
Mrs. Eno Daugherty is in Oklaho- See the advance mid-summer styles at their home on East Gore avenue,
ma City this week visiting with just in, in combinations of milan, and Patriotic decorations were used most
friends. velvet and the new military styles in effectively throughout the dinner.
felt. New things coming in all the Covers were laid for the following
time. Heavy cut prices in all trimmed Col. and Mrs. Roy Hoffmon, Major
hats. Mrs. H. A. Garvin. 6-8 2t and Mrs. G. D. Guyer, Misses Madel-
ine Cottingham and Hoffman of Okla-
Dr. Chas. Maier left this morning homa City, Ann Ferris, Messrs. L. J.
for Childers, Texas, where he will be Michaleson and Bertram Lazerus of
Of course the aviator may have oth- on business for a few days, before go- Chicago.
er troubles, but anyhow his wife can't ing to Seattle, Wash., where he will,
remain during the summer. Birthday Party.
Mrs. J. E. Gigoux entertained with a
Insure your crops with St. Paul In- child,ens. paI.ty Wednesday afternoon
TO BE MADE
THINKING END NEAR
MADE ODT HIS WILL
R. H. Bell Was Helpless Couldn't
Turn Over in Bed—Gains Thirty
Pound* on Tanlac.
Along last spring I was taken
down with a bad spell of grippe. I got
so bad off I had to take to my bed and
I was down for six weeks. I also had
rheumatism and suffered with my
kidneys and I was so nervous and full
of misery I couldn't sleep and many
a night I would sit up in, a chair near-
ly all night long.
' After I got down in bed I sent for
the doctor, but got no relief, as his
medicine didn't seem to suit my case.
I lost my appetite and couldn't even
keep milk and eggs on my stomach. I
was in bed six weeks and never got out
at all. Along toward the last I got so
weak 1 couldn't even turn over in bed.
To tell you the truth, I was a sick
man and thought I was going to die.
Finally the doctors told me I would
have to go to the hospital, so I clostd
up my business and made my will ; for
I couldn't see much chance of getting
' Now this i£ just the shape 1 was in
when I decided to try Tanlac and I sent
my daughter for the first three bottles.
Now, just think of it, that three bot-
tles of Tanlac got me jp and able to
work and you can believe me or not,^
but in just thirty days after I started
on it, I had gained thirty pounds in
weight, which ig an average of one
pound a day.
Now when a medicine will do
rhings like that 1 think the people
ought to know about it, and 1 want to
say right now that I will take pleas-
ure in telling anybody what Tanlac
has done for me, because I feel it my
duty to let it be. known. Not onh that,
but anything I can do for you people,
I will feel a pleasure in doing it, for
your medicine has got me up and out
again. I am working regular every
day, making $4.00 a day as a marble
setter and making a good living for
my family, after I hadn't been able to
strike a lick all summer.
"Altogether I have taken six bot-
tles, but I was able to walk three miles
after finishing my third bottle I fruess
a good many people will hear about my
case and if they don't believe what
they read in the papers, just tell them
to come and see me and I will be glad
to tell them all about it."
The above remarkable statement
was made by Roan H. Bell, a well
known setter, who lives at 925 Halcy-
on avenue, Waverly Place, Nashville,
Tenn., and is highly respect'd by all
who know him.
Tanlac is sold in Lawton by Jones
Bros, in Chattanooga by C. W. Davis
and in Elgin by H. H. Hagle.
W. A. Conner was here today from
rs J. A. Asher were in Frederick looking after business af- 8Uranct* company, Sim Sheppsrd, at jjer j10met 213 Bell, in honor of the
WASHINGTON, June 8.—The long!
expected army and navy promotions
to supply officers for America's in-
creasing fighting forces came when
the president recommended to the:
senate the promotion of many officers
in every branch of the service.
STOMACH TROUBLE AND CON-
' I will cheerfully say that Cham-
berlain's Tablets are the most satis-
factory remedy for stomach troubles
and constipation that I hav. sold in
thirty-four years' drug store service,"
Writes S. H. Murphy, druggist, Wells-
burg, N. Y. Obtainable everywhere.
Bathing Suits and Caps Low
Price This Week
Bathing Caps 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c
the city today from Anadarko.
Pictures, frames, choice moulding,
at A. L. Lund, 411 D. 12-14tf
Sec F. C. Roof at the Planing Mill
for job work, 806 Ave. H. 5-7 1 mo p
Messrs. A. M. Stewart, D. D. Ander-
son, J. M. Coley were here today from
Hollis on business.
Agent, Lawton, office opposite City ininth birthday of her daughter .Haze! i
6-4 15t iren(J, The honoree received a number!
,of pretty and useful gifts. The hostess
Mrs. J. H. Northcutt of Cement, Ok., was assisted in serving by the Misses
Elsie Westenkuehler and Fern Gigoux.
is the guest of her daughters, Miss
'Minta Northcutt and^Mrs. Fergusson.,preS(!nt were Anna Mac and Ida Sey.
Col. and Mrs. Roy Hoffman and mour, Robert Randolph, Stella Mac
their daughter will return to Oklaho- Arthur A?n«, who has been here Smithi MuH Dii]ard, Margaret Nuz-
s9vi"e. Mo.,'ma city tomorrow for a two days' v's'f'nK w''h his sister, Mrs. Dick maMj Hazel Gigoux, Vioian Hinkle,
if 15 Eighth (Stay ' Jones, returned to his home at West- Hanford Robinson, Katherine ' Nuz-
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 QUININE
-ind IRON. It acts on ihe Liver. Drives
?ut Malaria, Enriches the- Blood and
iuilcis u*) the While System. 50 .in'.:-.
Childrens' Bathing Suits, blue
Men's Qlue Serge Bathing Suits. . Gc
Childrens' Wool Bathing Suits
Remember we sell shoes at a low
The Golden Rule Store
Mrs. Kate Griffith of Cassv
is visiting Mrs. L. Opsal of
A. L. Lund nas just received the
the Clut. Put a Famous Hoos- largest shipment of window shades
ler Lcoinet ir the home at $1 a week. pNer brought here. Trices right.
Jones Furniture Co. 10-6tf 12-30 3t'
Fresh Fish and Spring Chickens, al- Mesdames Downing and Davis, liv-l
so oleomargerien at the Gartrell ing east of city have returned from a
Meat Market. Phone 149. 414 D Ave.
phalia, Kas, this morning.
MONEY TO LOAN.
I have plenty of money to loan on
1 -9tf F. S. SNEED.
man, Hazle Gigoux, Vivian Hinkle,
Jack Love, Dale Gigoux, Paul Dillard1
and Louise Maddox.
visit to Oklahoma City.
Mrs. Jessie Myers will leave Sun-
day for an extensive trip through British Seaplanes
Colorado and other places of interest. Bring Down Enemy
Mrs. F. M. Privitt and her neice, By United Press.
Miss Mable Privitt, who have been; LONDON, June 8.—Three enemy
here visiting at the home of Mrs. A.! aeroplanes were brought down by Brit-
H. Hodd^, have . returned to theirj ish seaplanes near Dixmude, according
homes at Decatur, Texas. to the admiralty statement.
Miss Marcia Purceil left this morn-
ing for Oklahoma City where she will
visit for a few days and from there
will go to Fort Logan H. Roots, Ark.,
where she will attend a house party
given by a number of university girls.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
I can sell your Lawton property
and get cash for it.
6-5tf FRANK S. SNEED.
The Greatest Value
Ever Offered to Those Who Have Use for a Sweeper.
High GradeiJMe t a I
ortli regularly $3.00 each; will be placed on
afternoon, Each . . .
People are learning that a little fore-
thought often saves them a big ex-
pense. Here is an instance: E. W.
Archer, Caldwell, Ohio, writes: * I
do not believe that our family h-ssi
been without Chamberlain's Coli*-
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy since 1
we commenced keeping house years
ago. When we go on an extended visit
we take it with us." Obtainable every-
GOAL IS HIGHER
Is $5 to $7 per ton worth saving?
The wise ones are buying now. Are
you wise? We said buy in May and
AND BUY WHERE YOU AL-
WAYS GET THE BEST.
Payne's Coal Yard
Phone 328 Cor. 3rd and F
1 to a customer only. See big window display.
You will be sure to admit that this is a wonderful bargain. You'll wonder how
it is possible to secure such splendid sweepers to sell at such a low price. It is
merely another demonstration of our determination to give our patrons the ad-
vantage of every special purchase we make, having secured 500 of these sweepers
from one of the largest manufacturers in the country at an exceedingly low price
as a big special sale feature offering.
1.00 won't buy a better sweeper. Made of steel; light in weight, but very
strong—a sanitary sweeper which harbors no germs. Far superior
in every way to the old fashioned wooden sweepe** with its germ
These HYGENO sweepers are handsome, having beautiful ma-
hogany baked enamel finish and nickel trimmings.
Don't fail to see them on display in our window. Judging from
the intense interest being manifested in the display and the com-
ments on the very low price of only 98c there will be a big crowd
here sure. Remember, only 500 of these sweepers in
this sale and if you appreciate a bargain and want to
obtain YOUR Sweeper, it is essential that you be here
promptly Saturday afternoon. Positively none sold be-
fore this time. At 98 cents they will go like hot cakes.
No phone orders and none sent C. O. D.
utvc mc M
Phones 69^r Block-Miller
♦ MAXWELL. ♦
♦ The World's Greatest Motor Car ♦
♦ Value ♦
♦ GILKEY-JARBOE HARD- ♦
♦ WARE CO. ♦
Tire Tubes and
Ozark Tire Shop
J. J. McHALE, Prop.
You will find a complete line of
Men's Dress and Work Shoes
that will be a great saving to
Remember we also repair your
old shoes and make them look
a. f. young
306 C Ave.
against defects, which is a guarantee of your health and pocketbooks.
Guaranteed goods only carried, which adds the manufacturer's
guarantee to ours. All work guaranteed. Ask our customers if we
make our guarantee good.
STEAM, HOT WATER AND VAPOR HEATING.
albert h. mitschrich
With Wolverton Hardware Co. Phone 255
This Is Your
War as Well as His
No "slacker" he—he enlists and given his
life to defend you who cannot go. He fights for
you and your family as well as his.
HE has faith in YOU. He believes you will
at lea^t stand behind him in his great sacrifice.
He believes you as well as your rich neigh-
bor will at least offer your dollars just as he is
offering bis life.
Your Government needs your money, no
matier how little. You've got to "do your bit"
by lending your money at 3% per cent on the
safest security in the world—the United States.
Buy a Liberty Loan bond.
Even a $50 bond entitles you to wear a
Liberty Bond Button. We will gladly handle
your subscriptions free of charge.
Citizens State Bank
W. F. BARBER, President.
Hi LEY X. SMITH, V. Pres.
T. K. KEEGAN, Cashier.
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