The Moore Messenger. (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 15, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 20, 1909 Page: 1 of 8
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VOL. l. NO. 15.
MOORE. CLEVELAND COINTY, OKLAHOMA, SAT I K I A V. FKKKUAKY 20,1000.
$1.00 PER YEAR.
P. J. Shade, Pres., Kenneth McLennan, V. Pres., C. H. Brand, Cash.
Bank of rioore
Appreciates your business. Deposits insured
under the State Guarantee Law.
THE MOORE MESSENGER
! MOURE, CLEVELAND CO., OKLA.
I P. R. SIMMS • - LOCAL EDITOR
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR—CASH-
SUBURBAN NEWSPAPER PUB. CO.,
217 Nortth Harvey St..
OKLAHOMA CITV OKLAHOMA.
H. W. Smith. Mgr.
NEW WAVE MOTOR INVENTED.
• illM',* ■ ■ ■
: JUST RECEIVED!:
" A new and complete set of WALL PAPER sample
■ books, comprising all the latest and best as well as
" the cheapest patterns. Let us take your measure-
" ments and save you money.
J ERA DRUG STORE, Moore, Okla.
Subscription price U $1.00 per year. In-
variably in advance. .Six months. 30c.;
Advertising rates—our advertising ralen
an* as follows, and no deviation will be
made therefrom except on long time con-
.Display advertisements, per Inch p«r
week, 10c., reading notices, per line per
week, .* «•. A special rate for contract ad-
vertising will he made where the con-
tract runs for six months or longer.
If Succestful May Operate Government
Lighthouses Without Fuel.
Atlantic City, N. J.—Not only na-
tional but International interest la be
ing manifested in the demonstration
to be made at Atlantic Clly in a few
days of the feasibility of utilizing the
limitless force of the sea in the pro-
duction of power for light, heating and
other present day needa.
Inventors have been trying to har-
ness this enormous energy which has
been going to waste throughout all
the centuries, but they all attacked
the problem from the wrong tilde; that
Communications—Address all communi-
cations to the editor of the paper. Write
on one side of the paper only, and l>e
very careful to see that all proper namqs
are spelled correctly and plainly.
J. W. PAYNE
Tinware, Furniture, Household Furnishings, Wagons, Im-
plements and Undertaker's Supplies. COAL—Colorado
coal always on hand. Let me figure on your winter's supply.
HOORE - - - OKLAHOMA
F. E. PERCIVAL
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Dry
Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes.
Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Im-
plements, Wagons, Vehicles, Fur-
niture, etc. Call and see me
and get my prices.
ii HOORE =:= OKLAHOMA
i*T ■ ! .91. !'■ ■ B ■ ■;;;!!■ ■ B B ft iif
: E. F. PLATT LUMBER COMPANY
L. F. PLATT. MANAGER
We handle a complete line of Building Material,
Vitrified Brick, Oak and Bois D'arc posts.
Let us figure on your wants.
■ ■ ■ ■ ■
Moore Livery Stable
- J * ' MOORE, OKLAHOMA
Good serviceable rigs at reasonable prices. Transient teams eared
for. Hauling and transfer work a specialty.
A. J. SMITH, Proprietor
P. R. SIMMS
WATCH and CLOCK REPAIRER
Main Spring $1, Hair Spring $1,
Cleaning 50 cents, Jewe/s 50 cents
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Norman Milling & Grain Co.
A. H. McCARTNEY, Manager
All kinds of Grain bought.
All kinds of Mill Stutf and Coal sold.
P. ■). Shade left .Monday for Fori j
Mrs. Lesser of Ca|>itol Hill vlslte.l
S. A. Payne and family Friday.
County Superintendent McDonald
was in Moore Friday.
Earl Leverlch is reported on the!
sick list this week. Dr. York Is in1
Two deputy sheriffs of Purcell
were In Moore Friday looking for two
burglars who ibroke Jail there Wed-
Zelraa and Ray Payne we'll to Cap-
itol Hill Friday to visit \ few days
W. T. Mauldine waj in Oklahima
City visiting Friday.
J. M. Clyburn and wife ai:d sain
Robert, were shopping in Oklahoma
Robert Potts and gamily of Edmond
came down Friday to stay over Sun-
day with Mrs. Potts' parents, Mr. and
J Mis. Jacob Welsen'bach.
i M. L. Jones and family, while re-
turning from Ctklahoma City were j
struck by the storm and had to stop
> at the home of Frank Bruce, where
Mrs. Jones and the children spent the j
Nora Boston was shopping in Okla
homa City Friday.
Clifford Bruce spent Saturday night |
with George Luckuck and family.
W. W. Hinkle has purchased the ]
north half of the Powell eighty ii; iho '
ten-mile flat of Dug. McPeeb.
Mr. Britton moved upon his farm,
one mile south of here, la it Friday, j
The carpenters completed the house I
and left Tuesday evening.
; George Drees3en, having sold his j
farm at Bridgeport, Okla., left Wed- |
aesday morning for that place to close
| ue deal.
D. Dalgety left Sunday morning for
Iowa in response to a telegram stat-
ing that his father was very ill. On
Wednesday word was received that
his father was still alive. On Thurs-
day Mrs. Dalgety received word that
' he had passed away about thirty min-
i utes before Dave arrived there. Mr.
Dalgety was in his eightieth year and
was an old settler in Adams county, j
Iowa, having settled there some twen-
ty-three years ago, and was quite well- j
1 to-do, owning several farms there. D. |
Dalgety returned home Tuesday.
Frank Shields shipped a carload of
: calves Wednesday morning to bis
brother in Missouri.
San ford bonian came down Friday
evening from Oklahoma City, return-
ing Saturday morning.
Robert Potts returned to Edmond
I Ivjon.lay morning despite the bad
weather, but his wife and son Ruhl,
did not follow until Tuesday evening.
Mr. Hates and wife lift Monday
morning for Dalton, Ga., in response
| to a telegram stating that Mr. Bates'
! father, living at that place, was not
| expected to live. J. W. Payne re-
! ceived word soon after they left that
I Mr. Bates' father was dead and his
mother not expected to live.
Florence Hall of Wheatland arrived
I Monday evening to spend a few days
| with her mother. Mrs. Richardson.
I Mrs. Ethel Richardson and son
Scott, arrived Saturday evening to
ftay with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Olinger, while her husband attends
telegraph school, to review up and get
rea.lw to try the road a^aln.
j Harry Win go's adopted child is ver^ [
| ill and it seems very doubtful whether
lit will get wel or not, but let us hope j
I for the best.
F. E. Percival made a business tr'p
to Oklahoma City Monday.
| C. H. Brand made a business trip
to Oklahoma City and Norman Thurs !
COl. E. H. MORROW
Ten years experience Belling
in Indiana and Illinois
A SI'FC IA LTV
I want your business. Sat-
hf. iction guaranteed or no
pay. Terms reasonable.
Write me for dates. Poatoffice
VOORE - - - OKLA.
Wave Motor In Lighthouse.
la. they ali made use of plungers
wllch, by rising and falling with the
waves would Impart their power to a
wheel, but no practicable machine was
ever built, and people came to the con
elusion that the problem was Impos-
sible of solution. But engineers who
have tested the wave motors invented
by William Snee of Pittsburg, Pa.,
state that these motors will do the
work for which they are Intended.
Models of various sizes have been
made and the experiments have proved
such an unqualified success that twe
61-ton motors have been installed at
the end of Young's pier at Atlantic
City, and the power obtained will be
utilized to make the pier and beach
one great blaze of light.
The wave motor seems to be an
amphibious machine, for it works as
well on the land as it does in the wa
le This feature was tested recently
at Pittsburg and the motor proved it
self to be 20 per cent, more sensitive
to the currents of the air than the
anemometer, the same principle that
harmonizes the conflicting forces ol
water within the outside wheel liar
monizing likewise conflicting forces ol
wind. Furthermore, in contrast with
the fan tail windmill, there need be ni
fear of destruction or injury, no mat
ter how great the velocity of the wind
This discovery naturally suggested
the idea of using both the wind and
wave motors in government light
houses, the matter was brought to tht
attention of the government officials
and an investigation is being made.
MAY RIVAL YELLOWSTONE PARK
Wheeler National Monument Set
Aside in Honor of Explorer.
Denver, Col.—The creation of the
Wheeler National monument by the
United States government, made op
eratlve by the signature of President
Roosevelt a few days since, serves to
Oklahoma City Mill and Elevator Co.
FRAISK FARRIS, Manager
Highest Market Price Paid for Grain.
Gene Wynd made a business trip to
Oklahoma City Tuesday.
A mass meeting will be held Tues-
day evening, February 23, at 7:30 In
Payne's hall for the purpose of dis-
cussing plan? and specifications .cr
the chees factory ulldlrog and other
important subjects. Prof. C. Potta of
the Oklahoma Agricultural and Mo
chanlcal college at Stillwater, will bp
present to take charge of the meet-
ing. Everybody invited to attend.
Mr. Olinger had the misfortune Of
losing one of his homes Monday ev-
ening by its pulling back on arone
while tied in the barn, which broke I's
Alec McCartney and N'o.i Bart34
made a business trip to Norman Tues-
Monday, March 8, 1909, by the Rev.
H. W. Cloud, to be held at Moore
M. E. church. Admission 25 cents.
Neatly and promptly done. Mrs.
Holmes. Across the street, northeast
of school house.
Professor Clias. X. Gould, state
geologist and director of .the Okla-
homa geologic survey, has made the
statement that after examining the
pavement in a number of large east-
ern cities he believes that Ardmore's
streets which have been paved with
Oklahoma rock asphalt are the best
in America. Dr. Gould says that
there is enough asphalt in Oklahoma
to build a road both east and west
and also north and south through
every county in the state and have
enough left to pave every city in the
Strange Formation in Wheeler Na-
bring to public notice a great natural
attraction which it is believed is des-
tined to rival the Yellowstone National
park, the Royal Gorge in the Grand
canyon of the Arkansas, and the
Natural Bridges of Utah.
The tract included by the proclama-
tion is situated on the south slope and
near the summit of the Continental
divide at an elevation of approximate-
ly 11,500 feet above sea-level, about
eight miles from Wagon Wheel Gap,
Col., a famous hot springs resort of
the Rocky mountains. Innumerable
columns of pale yellow sandstone, as-
suming the shapes of castles and
domes, as well as countless grotesque
figures, present a pinnacled and ser-
rated panoramic view unlike anything
else in the geological world.
This new park is to be known as the
Wheeler National monument in honor
of Lieut. Wheeler, an early explorer in
this section. The president derives
his authority for this edict under the
act of congress atmroved June 8, 1906,
A peculiar suit has been Instituted
at Mangum, in which one 19 year old
boy seeks to recover $20,000 damages
from another youth of the same age,
alleging that a inlssle thrown by a
rubber fling In the hands of the de-
fandant caused him to since lose the
sight of his' right eye. The plaintiff
in the action is Wilfred O. Watt, and
the defendant is Earl Hunter, son of
G. N. Hunter, a resident of Mangum.
While a minor, young Hunter is said
to have some property in his own
name, left from a grandfather's es-
SANTA FE TIME TABLE.
405 Texas Exp., due 1:20 a.m.
423 Way Freight, due 10:15 a.ni
17 Okla. & Tex. Ex. due..12:21 p.m.
115 Oklahoma Ex 8:40 p.m.
406 Kan. C.v. & Chi. Ex. due 8:58 a.m.
116 K. C. Col. & Cal Ex due 7:08 a.m.
420 Way Fght. due..3:05, D 3:45 p.m.
18 K. C. & Chi. Ex. due.. 3:22 pm
R. E. CRAIG. Agent.
BLACKSMITH SHOP FOR SALE.
First-class blacksmith aid wheel-
wright shop, steam power, Mayer
Bros. Trip hammer, emery wheel, $200
cold tire setter, two fires, fine iron
roof shop, workbench, tools, etc. Nice
new four room residence, yood barn,
stone cave, fine well, four lots 100x149
best location in town, for sale at re-
markable bargain. Good territory,
lots of work Cash or part cash, bal-
ance to suit. Address Messenger,
There is no better way to let the
people know that you intend to have
a sale than In the local paper. These
beat bills as the paper goes into the
homes everywhere within a radius of
ten miles. The cost will be about $1.50
each sale. See the local editor about
Service will be held every fourth
Sunday of each month by 1 i3v. J. W.
Glance, at 11 o'clock a. in., arid 7.39
o'clock p. m„ in J. W. Payne's hall.
Everyone cordially Invited.
DR. P. A. YORK
PHYSICIAN 4 SURGEON
Office at home, just east of lum-
ber yard. Both Phones 5551.
James A. Cowan
"The Farmers' Financier"
Land Titles a Specialty
Religious services at the ..lethodist
Episcopal church. Pireachiing every j
second and fourth Sunday at 11 a. j
m„ 7:45 p. m. Epworth league Sun-j
day evening at 6:45 p. m. Mid-week
servise every Wednesday at 7:45 p. j
mm. ' I
REV. HUGH L. DOWNS, PH. D.
i. f. WORMINGTON
Short order meals a specialty.
Oysters in season. Fruits, Cigars,
First class treatment assured to
all patrons. Try me and always
be a patron.
ADVERTISED LETTERS IN MOORE
POSTOFFICE FOR JANUARY.
;«Ir. W. L. Brewer,
Mrs. Amanda Bandy,
Mr. Herbert J. Fry,
Mr. J. C. Gal wood,
Mrs. Lulu Morris,
Mr. Grant Farhman,
Mr. Richard Light,
Mrs. Dick Light Acord.
In calling for the above please men-
tion that they were advertised.
J. W. PAYNE, P. M.
Dr. J. L. WOMACK
OFFICE AT ERA DRL'ti STORE
Phor.e No. 515 on all lin s.
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Simms, P. R. The Moore Messenger. (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 15, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 20, 1909, newspaper, February 20, 1909; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109092/m1/1/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.