The Moore Messenger. (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 47, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 2, 1909 Page: 1 of 8
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PUBLISHED AT 217 NORTH HARVEY ST.. OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLA.. BY THE SUBURBAN NEWSPAPER PUBLISHING COMPANY.
VOL.1. NO. 4-7,
31 (JOKE. CLEVELAND ('OrNTY, OKLAHOMA, SATI HDAV. OCT. 2. I )0i .
81.0U PER YE*I
F. J. Shade, Pres., Kenneth McLennan, V. Pres., C. H. Crand, Caah.
Bank of floore
Appreciates your business. Deposits insured
under the State Guarantee Law.
I son. anil Juo. Clyburn were passen-
. ! gers on No. 116 to Oklahoma City,
1 | Wednesday morning.
Clarence Nichols and Mr. and .Mrs. Mr Roberts, of Newalla, arrived
Keeters were Oklahoma City visitors 'here Saturday night to visit his daugh-
I Tuesday. j tor. Mrs. Gordon Mauldin and family,
I H. P. Dreesten returned Tuesday j returning home Wednesday.
morning from a week's visit at Hoop- J no. Payne and family and brother,
ler, Neb., but sad to say. he did not Coy. attended the show in Oklahoma
I bring anyone with him except his bird City Tuesday.
j dog. j Frank Gross and C. R. Kellj were
j The assault and battery case of Oklahoma City visitors Wed... sday.
| Miss Sirtkey. plaintiff, against Frank
Wamastik and wife defendants, was
For Pumps, Windmills, Pipe Fittings,
* Well Casing and Galvanized Tanks,
[ also everything in general hardware see
[ H. P. DREESBEN
| MOORE, : : OKLA,
MOORE LIVERY STABLE
tried before Justice G. J. Courtney
Monday and the case was dismissed.
Mr. Hutchinson made a business
I trip to Norman Saturday
Jno. Harris came up from Norman
Saturday to stay over Sunday.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Harris,
Saturday, Sept. 25th, a boy.
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Garland Pia-
ster, Saturday, Sept. 25, a boy.
Joseph Nichols and wife, of Madi-
son, Neb., arrived here Tuesday after-
| noon to visit Jacob Nichols and faiu-
Kthel Hutchinson came up from Ira Peachie became tired of mar-
Norman Friday night and stayed over rled life and left Sunday atternoon for
Sunday at home.
1 Mrs. Tyson Tyler and son. Earl, re-
I turned home from Sulphur Saturday.
F. E. Decker and Wm. White at-
tended the Huflalo Bill and Pawnee
Bill show at Oklahoma City Tuesday,
j Geo. Failor and wife, and Miss Ilil-
flebrand visited in Mulhall Tuesday.
| W. W. Ilinkle went to Oklahoma
| City Tuesday.
I W. T. Mauldin made a business trip
| to Oklahoma City Tuesday.
I Jr. C. C. Well and wife were Okla-
Ihoma City visitors Tuesday.
Mrs. SehuiUler lias sold her farm
8outh\v< st of here to an Illinois man,
The Farmers' Co-operative cheese
and creamery company have contract-
ed their output for the next year to
the Crystal Ice Cream Co., of Okla-
homa City, and are to receive 14 and
ill cents per gallon. The output of
the creamery in the last two months
has increased 12 cans of cream and
gives promise of a still larger in-
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Courtney, of
Good serviceable rigs at moderate prices. Transient teams
cared for. Hauling and t^ansfere work a speciality,
Also stand for KingTopman, stalion and Prince Napolean
A. J. SMITH, Proprietor
Knos Dreessen and Gilbert and Tyra Kingston, Okla., arrived here Thnrs-
Oklahoma City Mill and Elevator Co.
FRANK FARRIS, Manager
Highest Market Price Paid for Grain.
l.everich attended the show at Okla-
; honia City Tuesday.
Mr. Waller, of Oklahoma City, was
In Moore Monday.
Mr. Hanson, of Oklahoma City, vis-
lited Jacob Nichols and family Sunday.
! Mrs. A. H. McCartney was shopping
in Oklahoma City Tuesday.
Winnie Boston returned to Okla-
| lioma City Monday.
Mrs. Olander transacted business in
Oklahoma City Monday.
He v. Glance went to Oklahoma City
S. H. Clyburn went to Oklahoma
A. T. Ash and family, and Clarence
Jones and wife, left Monday for Fred-
erick, wbero they expect to make " -fno Clyburn trai
Fine Shoes for Everybody
We've just got in a complete stock of the famous
*'Worth more M tine shoes — made bv K1 let •Kendall
of Kunsus City. See our unique window display and
come in and get a Souvenir Style Book free.
IS SNAPPY STYLES
'•THE RED TAG ON EVERY PAIR
For turn, $>*-50; for Borneo. $3.0Q; for chiMrcn,
$2.50 to Sl.U" Kvery *ho? mmle on honor -every
■hoe Kiiariuitefil — the price anil trade-mark plainly
Htampe«l on t very pair. If you are looking for the
finest ahoe made—here it in and at a price that
proves real ecouomy.
"Worthmore" Hhoeg are made
of tht« finest, Nofh'Ht and mo i
durable upper leather, oak
hoIch, Milk HlltolititK, solid
heels, fast color hooka and
eycletH. They villi «lve more comfort and wear burner than any
nhoe you ever wore. In the very latent styles for both men
und Women. You need a pair for Fall u>hy not today?
A. J. SMITH, Moore, Okla.
Style No. 273
day afternoon to visit tl.eir parents.
Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Courtney.
Miss Pearl Hutchinson returned
home Tuesday afternoon, well and
ready to take charge of her school.
Angus McLennan had the misfor-
tune Monday night of having his
horse get loose and run away. The
horse went home and broke eleven
spokes out of the wheels. Broke the
scat off and damaged the top, but out-
side of that, the buggy was all right.
Mrs. Jacob Welsenbach made a bus-
iness trip to Oklahoma City Saturday.
Mrs. Mae Leverich transacted busi-
ness in Oklahoma City Saturday.
Mrs. Janactk went to Oklahoma
sacted business in
Mauldin & Hauldin
Groceries and General Herchandist
Highest Prices Paid For All
Kinds of Farm Produce
We Carry a Full and Well Selected Stock of Staple Articles in All Lines
Your Trade is Especially Solicited
* NEW FALL MILLINERY f
All the Latest Shapes sand Styles 1
Our prices are right. We would be pleased to have you call and +
see our display. We also carry full lines of Ladies' Notions and Chil- $
dren's Hals and Caps, f
APPLEGATE & SIMMS ?
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Norman Milling and Grain Company
A. H. McCARTNEY, Manager
WE HANDLE ICE
V I their future home. They have been Oklahoma C ity Satuiiiu>.
All kinds of Grain Bought
All kinds of Mill Stuff and Coal Sold
d a X B a XL-.«Ef B * ■
■ ■ i i j j i ma
E. F. PUTT LUMBER COMPANY
L. F. PLATT, MANAGER
| in Moore for about eight months at
j friends and neighbors regret to see
| C. IT. Brand transacted business in
; Oklahoma City Thursday.
I Harry and Jacob Clyburn attended
the Fair at Oklahoma City Thursday.
j Chas. Selinilzler went to Oklahoma
j City Thursday.
Tii, Coterie Club met Friday after-
I noon w ith Mrs. J. M. Bievens. The
afternoon was spent with needlework j "f Moore.
Edna Smith came down from Ed- j
mond Friday night to stay over Sun-
Bert McLennan, of Norman, was in ,
Mrs. V. J. Smith and daughter, Edna
were shopping in Oklahoma City Sat-
Married: Friday, Sept. 24, at the
home of the bride's parents, northeast
Miss Arbergast, aged If, |
If You Want to Sell REAL ESTATE. List It With
Sawyer & Houghton of Oklahoma City
'and a general discussion of the new >eais,
and Ira Peachie, aged 18 years.
just read by the club. After Justice G. J. Courtney performed the
We handle a complete line of Building Material,
Vitrified Brick, Oak and Bdis D'arc posts.
Let us figure on your wants.
a B ■ ■ C B B. Jfct lit B
Jewelry, Watches' k Clocks
Six Size 15 Jeweled Elgin Ladies' Watch, 20 year case, long
neck chain, $15.00 18 size 15 Jeweled Elgin Gents' Watch,
20 year case, and chain, $14.00. Repairing a specialty. All
goods and all work guaranteed. ->
P. R. SIMMS
S which nice refreshments were served, ceremony.
j The only special guest was Mrs. E. A. ( nen Foraker, of Rush Springs. Okla.,
Wingo, of Oklahoma City. The club is vlsltine Jno. Clyburn and Elmer
will hold its next meeting Friday, Oct. | Holmes this week
list., with Mrs. Decker. The members
are requested to bring their dues to N0TICE OF CHURCH SERVICES,
each meeting. Th0 chUrch of God will have ser-
I Mrs. Womack and daughter. Eva. vices at ti,e South Methodist church
| were shopping in Oklahoma City Fri- ending in Moore, every 1st, 2nd and
j day. ! 3rd Sunday night of each month. Ev-
j Miss Miller and Miss Bennett were ervbedy come.
'shopping in Oklahoma City Friday.
i .Tas. A. Cowan transacted business '-THE TRUTH ABOUT OKLAHOMA
in Oklahoma City Friday. IS GOOD ENOUGH.
j S. H. Clyburn was an Oklahoma Crops.
(City visitor Friday. These figures are from the Depart-
Mr. Russell and company have paint- ment of Agriculture. According to
led a full set of scenery for the band the reports of the bureau of statistics
boys an dlnstalled it in J.W.Payne's of the 1 nited States Department e
hall The scenery consists of one Agriculture, the relative standing of
(drop crtain, two interiors, and one Oklahoma among states in the pro-
|exterior scene. 8 wings, 2 tormentor, auction of corn, cotton, winter wheat
2 proeeenium and 4 fringes. We want.! and oats was as follows.
I to thank all the business men for their Cort
1 ads. which they had put on the drop Seventh in acreage
School Books, Tablets, Note Books, Pencils, Pencil Sharpners,
Crayon, Pens, Penholders, Pencil Boxes, Slates, Rulers, Erasers, Etc.
WE FEEL SURE WE CAN PLEASE YOU.
ERA DRUG STORE, Moore, Okla.
SANTA FE TIME TABLF.
405 Texas exp., due 1:20 a. tn
423 Way freight, due 10:15 aa.m.
17 Okla. & Tex. exp. due.. 12:21 p. m.
115 Okla. Exp. due
1!) Okla. Exp., due
406 K. C. & Chi. Exp., due..
llfi K. C„ Col. & Cal. ex due
420 Way freight, due
18 K. C. & Chi. exp., due..
20 Okla. Exp., due
8:40 p. ill. I
8:57 a. m. |
3:58 a. m.
7:08 a. m.
3:05 p. m.
3:22 p. ni.
9:16 p. ni.
DR. W. L, MAUPIN
Specialty: Bridge and
Suit# 1, 2 and 3. 116 1-2 Main St.
W. A. BUNTIN, Agent
rffj] Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing,
Machine Oil, Green Groceries,
Fruits and everything needed
about the house in grocery line. Just
received a full line of Shoes.
Call and see me.
F. E. PERCIVAL
The Dry Goods and Grocery Man MOORE, OKLA.
curtain which goes a long way toward i Ninth in yield
paying for the scenery. Mr. Russel Ninth in value
is an expert artist and has put up a Cotton.
set of scenery that is a credit to any Seventh in yield and value 640,000 ba.
town. Winter Wheat.
Mr. and Mrs. Keeter, of San Bernar- Eighth in acreage 1,347.000 a.
lino, Cal., accompanied by Mr. and j xinth in yield 15,625.000 bu.
Mrs. Basse, of Bermona, Cal., arrived \)nth in value $13,750,000
here Saturday to visit Mrs. Keeter's Oats.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Nichols sixteenth in acreage 450,000 a.
and family. Sixteenth in yield 1,250,000 bu.
Mr. Higgins has sold his stock and Sixteenth in vaiue $5,062,00
farm implements and will move into j The value of these four crops per
the house here formerly occupied by square mile in Oklahoma was $1,606.60
A. T. Ash and family. as compared with $1,028.15 for the en-
The Norman Elevator, Janacek's !tlre United States.
blacksmith shop and H. P. Dreessen's
hardware store have just been fur- Here are
nlslied with nice large signs which add i same source
much to the appearance of the town
I Mr. and Mrs. Hineman, of Mineral
j Wells, Tex., arrived here Tuesday ev-
ening to visit Mr. Hineman's half
'[brother, Mr. Cole and family.
j The Moore school, chaperoned by
| the teachers. Prof. Akin and wife, at-
tended ;he Fair at Oklahoma City Fri-
I Chas. Schnitz'er returned Wednes-
more figures from the
Statistics from the same
source show that on January 1st, 1909,
the value of live stock on Oklahoma
farms as compared with the rest of
the United States was as follows:
Ninth in number 781,000
Fifteenth in value $57,013,000
Ninth in number 185,000
Twelfth in value $17,760,000
jday from an extended visit in South : Eighteenth in number 338,000
Dakota. I Seventeenth in value $8,872,000
1 Geo. Mitchel, Mr. and Mrs. Mayer. I Other Cattle.
A. H. McCartney and wife, Glen Was-
Sevtnth in value
Eleventh in number
Fifteenth in value ..
Fortieth in number .,
Fortieth in value ....
The total value of livestock in Ok-
lahoma on January 1, 1909, was $121,-
The value of livestock per square
mile in Oklahoma was $1,720.70, as
ccmpared with $1,523.63 for the en-
tire United States.
You think you've had a pretty hard
time, but the native strawberry has
had to bear it also.
What a comfort it would be if the
wolf at the door could be trained to
chew up a few duns as they arrive!
There was a time when a hundred
thousand dollars seemed like a good
depl of money, and. come to think CL
It. it seems so yet.
Who breaks his faith, no faith is
held with him.—Du Bartas.
W. T. Mauldin
Dealer in Meats of All Kinds. Highest
Prices Paid for Hides and Furs.
Our occupation Is that which we se-
lect, our interruption is that whtcn
is sent us.
Seventh in number
You may reform a hardened old re-
probate, but a fool or a saint is a hope-
...1,760,000 less proposition.
A. C. JANACEK j
Lock &. Gun Smith, Horse
Shoeing, Engine Work
Carriage Work a
MOORE, - OKLAHOMA
Dr. J. L. WOMACK
O FICE AT ERA DRUG STORE
Phone No. 515 on all lines
James A. Cowan
"The Farmers' Financier"
Land Titles ■ Specialty
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