The Moore Messenger. (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 5, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 11, 1909 Page: 1 of 12
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RBLISHED AT 217 NORTH HARVEY ST.. OKLAHOMA CITY, OkLA.. BY I HE SUBURBAN NEWSPAPER PUBUSH1NG COMPANY.
VOL.2. NO. :>
MOORE. CLEVELAND COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, SATMJbAV. DEC. I I. 1 MM).
*1.00 PEIt YE^R
F. J. Shade, Pre*., Kenneth McLennan, V. Pre*., C. H. Brand, Cash.
Bank of floore
Appreciates your business. Deposits insured
under the State Guarantee Law.
MOORE NEWS NOTES
P. R. Simms, Local Editor
| Mr. Robert Mauldin transacted bus-
iness in Oklahoma City Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Glttenser, Mrs. Ap-
pl< gate and Mrs. Simms were visitors
at the McLennan home Tuesday.
Little Dorothy Mauldin is still on after an extended visit with her father
the sick list this week. i and mother. Mr. and Mrs. K. Starzer.
Mr. Frank Craddock, Moore's first Mr Starier Is loading an emigrant car
barber, was In town Wednesday. He ai"' leave in it few days for Caf-
Is now in business at Noble, Okla.,
wagon struck Win. Taylor's buggy,
smashed a wheel, bent the rear axle
and broke one of the reaches, other-
Wis-) the buggy was uninjured. The
"agon then lock'd wheels with Mr.
Holland's wagon loaded with coal
and the compact threw both horses
Into a heap. Mr. Howland's wagon
was smashed un considerable.
Mrs. Mary Husllg returned Wednes-
day to her hom ■ at CaBin, Kansas,
All persons knowing themselves to be indebted
to me must call and settle by note or
otherwise by Jan. l£t, 1910
H. P. DREESSEN
MOORE LIVERY STABLE
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
Oklahoma City Mill and Elevator Go.
FRANK FARRIS, Manager
Highest Market Pi 1__ Paid for Grain.
well satisfied with thr
Norman Milling and Grain Company
A. II. McCARTNEY, Manager
WE HANDLE ICE
All kinds of Grain Bought ft II A j 1
All kinds of Mill Stuff and Coal Sold IflOOrC, UKlS.
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: E. F. PLftTT 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.
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and Is quit
Walter Mauldin made a business
trip to Oklahoma City Monday.
I' H. McPeek and his consin, Abe
Reed, were sightseeing in Oklahoma
R. H. Oury has so'd his short older
and confectionary to P. W. Akins'
father who has taken possession and
is ready for business. Mr. Oury will
moxe hi3 family six miles east of
j town upon a farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Gittinger returned to
| Norman Thursday morning.
Prof. Akin transacted business in
i Norman Saturday.
Harry Baker made a pleasure trip
to Oklahoma City Sunday evening.
Mrs. Mertie Dytee spent the day
with Mrs. S. G. Dyer Sunday.
Arden Neal returned to Norman
Sunday after a short visit with his
Mrs. Harry Wingo left Tuesday for
i Agra, Okla.. to Join her hushaivd.
Mr. .Ino. Hlevens made a business
; trip to Oklahoma City Monday.
I The Coterie club met at Mrs. Mc-
; Cartney's Friday afternoon. Hooks
| read, were discussed. The next meet-
ing will be at Mrs. Percival's and
i "ll members are requested to bring
i thrir books as there are enough for
a drawing. Mrs. McCartney served
dainty refreshments and every one
enjoyed a pleasant evening.
Misses Gladys MeLennen and Nina
j Farris spent the night with Mrs. C.
H. Brand Monday.
Mrs. Otto Olander was shopping in
Oklahoma Ciity Friday.
K. MeLennen transacted business in
] Norman Friday.
Miss Ethel Hutchison, who has been
| spending a few days with home folks.
j reicirned to school in Norman Sunday.
Coy Payne, Wm. Cottrell, John and
| Andy Montgomery were among the
j passengers to Oklahoma City Sunday
Harden Mace of Capitol Hill wa?
visiting with friends in Moore Sun-
| day and Monday.
J. A. Cowan made a business trip
i to Norman Tuesday.
Wm. Cottrell and Bur Percival were
Oklahoma City visitors Monday.
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Jno.
Whitten died Sunday and was buried
in the Moore cemetery Monday even-
| ing. Mr. and Mrs. Whitten's many \ same at Moor
friends sympathize with them in their
Mr. Young of Oklahoma City, who
formerly lived east of Moore, was on
j our streets Friday.
I'rof. Comp Leach of Norman was
j a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Simms Fri-
| day evening.
1'he football team of the Norman
The Moore football team matched
up against the east side team from
Merman last Friday and played a
1 bard fougr.t game and • won by a
I A-ore of live to nothing. A few of
the Norman team were small but all
vji re well onto the game. The Moore
oo.vs did excellent work but need more
practice Prof. Akin has material in
his school for an excellent football
, team and by good coaching and good
practice they will all make good.
If anybody fumbles the ball you'
i rtiay depend on Chine Milton getting
! it. Cov Payne made a neut play by
blocking a punt Vhal I he Norman
Hoys were attempting to make. No-
lan Gross did splendid work and
made some excellent runs. The
Moore boys scored live in the first
j half and If they had had ten minutes
ino>e time would nave scored again
in the last half. Prof. T. E. S. Leach
crime un with the Norman hoys and
coached tlio team while Orville Ilo
I dine refereed. The Norman team
brought about one hundred and fifty
! rooters with them. The Moore boys
j are hard at practice and will go to
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Persons Indebted to F. E. Perceval
are requested to call and settle their
accounts before Jan. ist.
F. E. PERCEVAL
Don't Buy Your Xmas Presents Until
have seen our stock. We also have a
nice assortment of Xmas Postals.
ERA DRUG STORE, Moore, Okla-
James A. Cowan
"The Farmers' Financier"
Land Titles ■ Specialty
H. Riesine.v, Freda Hiesmey. Fred
future home. They shipped a c ar of
household goods and stock. We wish
Mr. and Mrs. Hos'etter a bright fu-
Mr. Vanderburg und wife of Beav-
er county are visiting old friends ami
neighbors near Antioch and while
ihey are enjoying the friendship and
hospitality of their many friends, are
having their little boy treated for cur-
vature of the spine. He is being I Grimes, Burnesg Crane. Phyllis Ries
treated by chiropractic doctors in Ok-| mej, all of Oklahoma City and Mr.
lahoma City. The boy is improving j and Mrs. Pat Purcell of Wheatland,
wonderfully. Let us rejoice with Mr. j after dolus ample justice to the dc
Vanderbnrg and wife. Ilclous spread, a pleasant afternoon
Mr. Lon Taylor and w ife are prepai- w;..s spent after which all guests re-
ing to go to their nov heme in Beaver turned to their homes each declaring
county. We wish them success in the day well spent and pronouncing
their new home. Mrs. Crain a most delightful enter-
Mr. Tom Gates went to the city nf tainer.
Norman Monday. Mr. O. F. Thiessen drove out from
Miss Florence Alair, who teaches Oklahoma City Friday to look after
Norman soon to try their luck on for-1 at New Hope, is making a success of business interests here.
ELM CREEK ITEMS.
Dan Orcss made a business trip
to Oklahoma City Thursday.
Mr. Howland made a business trip
to Moore Friday.
Mrs. W. E. Williams was shopping
in Norman Thursday.
Cleo Rowe and wife made a busi-
ness trip to Norman Thursday.
W. A. Taylor marketed a load of
1 bogs in Norman Saturday.
, Mr. George Gross and family of
: Oklahoma City were visiting his
brother, Dan tIrons, first of the week
John .lames and Lawrence Finchem
of Cayii )1 lll'l were visiting relatives
i in this vL-inRy Fr'd:';'.
Jim Biillew made a business trip
to Oklahoma City Wednesday.
W. E. William's children, while
driving home from school Wednes-
1 day evening, their horse became
frightened and rau away and the chil-
! dren were thrown from the buggy, but
not any dangerously injured.
There were several of this neigh-
borhood who attended the football
her school. Miss Florence is trying Mr. Horace Dunn, of Omaha, Neb.,
hard to keep her sclfftol at the top i here visiting Ills parents Mr. and
and with the cooperation of scholars Mrs. I. V Dunn.
and parents. Is doing noble work. We regret to announce the sovere
Miss Lee, who teaches at Fairview illness of Mrs. .1. O. Dobbs, it her
school, is getting along nicely. One j home south of W heatland, Mrs. Dobbs
of her pupils had his foot crushed ; is very ill with pneumonia, but we
with a shinny club. Honorable school hope to soon here of her rapid iin-
board, why don't you stop this very provement.
dangerous game? Mr. I,. F. Johnson, Malt Furney.
V. E. lirtese's daughter, Mrs. Mat- Conelland Cole, Kdson Perry, Claren-
ce Traylor, M, L. Rico, Ed Drabek
were among Wheatland shoppers Mon-
Dr. I . I,. Russell of Oklahoma City
was out calling on Dr. (". W. Joyce.
Mrs. Lefcver and son Russell were
tie Sions, is very sick at this writing.
Mr, Herkowitz and Mr. Canton of
Oklahoma City spent from Wednesday
until Sunday visiting with Mr. Chas. j shopping in Wheatland. Monday after-
Llegh. i noon.
Mr. end Mrs. Vanderford of Hinton | Mr. J. A. Martin and mother spent
arrived Wednesday to make a short |ast week visiting with relatives at El
visit with Mrs. Vanderford's mother, ncno returning home Saturday.
Mrs. J. Hunker. ] Messers Dan and Jesse Davis 11 -ft
Mr. W. H.| Howard returned home ]a8t Friday for Hinton, Oklahoma to
Sunday after a pleasant trip to Kan- |00k after business interests there,
sas City, Leavenworth and several Mr, and Mrs. .). W. Zimpel spent
other cities. Mr. Howard reports a j Sunday visiting with Mr. and Mrs. I.
good time while gone. j h. Dunn at their home one mile south
Mr. M. H. White left Saturday for j and one mile west of Wheatland.
8:30 o'clo k Sunday
Dec. 5th, death relieved the suffer-
ings of I.loyd James, the five months
old twin baby of Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Whitton. It had been suffering from
pneumonia. A short funeral service
was conducted at t!ii> home Monday
Texola Okla., to look after business
Mrs. D. H. Pettycorde, visited a few
days last week with her son Lester
at Hominy Okla.
Miss Elsa Leach spent the week end
visiting with her parents at Norman,
returning Sunday afternoon.
Mr, Jones of Mustang took Thanks-
giving dinner with his daughter Sirs.
Jewelry, Watches & Clocks
Six Size 15 Jeweled Elgin Ladies' Watch, 20 year case, long
neck chaip, $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.
east side high school played Moore 1 afternoon by Mrs. Lena Matherson
Messers C. W. Osborne, Win. Boles, c H. Grady.
Edison Perry, R. Khiner, Alex Rogers, Messers Thurman and Nevin Hun-
and P. Purcell, went to Oklahoma ker were Oklahoma City visitors Wed
City Monday to attend the laying of nesday.
the corner stone of the New High Mr. Jepp V\ itt of Oklahoma City
school building, which was postponed spent Thanksgiving visiting with his
high school Friday at this place. The °' Moore and J.e little form was laid on account of the rain lor an indef,- sister Mrs. M. H. White.
P. R. SIMMS
Moore boys had had but little prac-
\ tice but were evidently good material
j for they beat Norman 5 to 0.
! The new addition to the hotel is
i Hearing completion. It is certainly a
credit to Moore, and looks like Mr.
! Rainy meant business.
| Itev. Kundren of Wayne, also pas-
i tor of Moore Baptist church, came up
Friday evening to fill iiis appointment
; Mr. Ledbetter, former citizen of the
j vicinity of Moore, was in our town
to rest in Moon' cemetery. A large
nite time. Miss Marcia Neal Brown's sister
concourse of friends were present to] Mr- atui Mrs. M. M. Williams enter-J from Choctaw City visited with her
comfort the bereaved parents and the tained Sunday for dinner the follow- Tuesday, returning home Wednesday,
pupils of the Elm Grove school, with guests, Mr. and Mrs. I.. N. \\ il-
their teacher went en rna.'se to thej''ams Wheatland and Mr. and Mrs. Report of the Condition of
services. The sorrowing parents are '• c- Williamson, Mrs. Neal and dan THE BANK OF MOORE
receiving the consolation of numerous Khter Edna, from Oklahoma City, all Moore, in the State of Oklahoma, at
friends. unite in declaring Mrs. Williams a the close of business November 16th,
her aunt Mrs Ida i *^'rs- '• McOlnley and daughter
Loans and discounts $2
Overdrafts, secured and un-
Mauldin & flauldin
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
Kansas, is visitm
Early wine. j Vera were Oklahoma City shoppers
The family of Mr. Dedrich who re- Saturday.
centlv moved here from Tirvan, Ohio. I Mrs. L. N. Williams who has been
and bought the Aaron Short farm, will visiting friends and relatives for th<- stocks. Bonds, Warrants....
! Miss Bennett made a pleasure tripi-arrhe this week. We are glad to PJSt five weeks in Turner, Mo., re Banking house
to Oklahoma City Sunday welcome th<-m into our midst. I turned home Sunday morning, reporl Furniture and fixtures
! Mrs. B. F. Brown entertained tho — lnsr « enjoyable time, having Due from banks
! Social Hour club Thursday evening ANTIOCH. | met a brother not seen for several ( hecks and other cash items
j of last week. A large attendance of Prof. E. Castile of Elm Grove school! y«ar and many old time frienus, Mrs. Cash in bank
members were present a pleasant treated his bycicle to a new set of ^ illlams looks greatly improved after
afternoon was spent and dainty re- tires. | her trip and all friends and neighbors Total
froshmems were served bv the bos-
Mrs. A. J. Smith and father and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. Keck, were
in Oklahoma City Friday.
Laurence Ilisel finished his
shucking this week.
corn j are glad to welcome her home.
Misses Lilian and Elenore Reagon ] Capital
tock paid in i 5,000.00
"business visited Friday and Saturday with Miss Surplus fund
Phillip Schmitt made
trip to Moore Thursday. j Rella Ellis in Oklahoma City. Undivided profits, ',less *exj
W. M. Alair returned from a busi-1 Dr. C. W. Joyce made a business peases and taxes paid.... 544.60
Mrs. Hbks was shopping in Okla-' "ess /trip from the southwest and | trip to Oklahoma City Saturday even- Ind. Dep. Sub. Ck $37,691.76
A. C. JANACEK
Lock &. Gun Smith, Horse
Shoeing, Engine Work
Carriage Work a
MOORE, - OKLAHOMA
Dr. J. L. WOMACK
OFFICE AT ERA DRUG STORE
Phone No. 515 on all lines
lioma City Friday.
R P. H. Wingo made
I.trip to Norman Friday.
' C. H. Brand left. Sunday evening
j for Sulphur Springs to attend the
was well pleased with the country. I inS-
a business Johnnie Shroyes returned from his Miss Agnes Marr returned home
| trip to Amorilla, Texas I Friday evening with her sister Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Birknead who were [ T. E. Purcell attending the social giv
visiting Mr. and Mrs. McClay, re-!en at Mr. Oglis that night, returning
Time Cert. Dep.
turned to their home Sunday. Mr.
Rurkhead lives in the Big Pasture.
Mr. McClay and daughters were
S. A. Payne transacted business in
j Oklahoma City Saturday.
Miss ISihel Percival was shopping shopping In-Oklahoma City last Fri-
in Oklahoma City Friday. ; day.
Mr. and Mrs. James Gittinger of ] Cecil Earlywlne went to meet his
Tecumseh, Okja . came up Sunday j cousin at Moore Tuesday.
evening from Norman where they j Mr. R. W. Bleakley and John Fry
have been visiting Mr. Gittingcr's were doing business in Moore Mon-
son. They will spend the remainder I day.
of the week visiting Moore friends. [ Mr. Detrich of Ohio has moved to at their home here in Wheatland
A team of horses belonging to some j the Short farm. We are glad to have Thursday, with a splendid Thanksgiv-
one east of town gc-t away and ran | Mr. Detrich located in our community, ing dinner, at a beautiful and well fil-
up Main rtreet Wednesday. They Mr. Watt Hostetter and wife have, led table were seated the following
were hitched to a wagon and the 'gone to Alhambra, Tex., to make their'guest: Mr and Mrs. N. C. Crane, Mrs.
to her hon e In Edmond Saturday
'Irs. H. O. Rird and .Misses Jean
State of Oklahoma. County of Cleve-
I, C. H. Brand, Cashier of the above
named Bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the.
and Gladys Dwelley of Oklahoma City, best of my knowledge and belief, so
returned home Saturday evening. I help me God.
Miss Edith Eicholtz attended the
Teachers institute at El Reno Okla.,
Friday and Staurday returning Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Crane entertain-
ed a number of relatives and friends
C. H. BRAND, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 26tli day of November, 1909.
JAMES A. COWAN,
My Commission Expires Feb. 15, 1912.
L. C. BRAND.
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