The Moore Messenger. (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 13, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 5, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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worth of bright, -new and up-to-date
merchandise will be unmercifully sac-
rificed at less than one-half, regard-
less than cost. Every dollars worth of
merchandise must be converted into
cash In a very short time. Under no
circumstances can you afford to miss
a sale of this kind, if you value a 1d1-
lar. Don't be a laggard; don't hope
and wait for what tomorrow will
brim;, but start now.
NOW it Your Chance to Save Your
HERE AflE A FEW OF THE MANY
BARGAINS WE WILL HAVE ON
$12.50 SUITS AT $7.35.
They are extra good values at tlwir
original prices, so you can judge what
.splendid inducements we are offering
you. They are stylish. They are
right They give Ay
EXCELLENT MODEL OF
WESTERN DAIRY BARN
Plan Herewith Given Was Designed lor the Greatest
Economy of Time and Labor—Cement
Foundation for All.
$15 AND $18 SUITS AT $9.45
The coats are made in the latest
fashion, fancy cuffs, snug fitting col-
tar. concave .shoulders, hair cloth
front, good trimmings. Pants
made peg top, side straps
belt straps, open lap seam
GREW TO $50,000
$20 AND $22 SUITS A $12.50.
In this lot of suits we are going to
sive you all wool suits in worsted,
oassimere or blue serge; the latest
grays included. They are perfectly
tailored, medium weight and they are
new, snappy awl
(BY J. E. BRIDGKMAN.)
The dairy barn herewith illustrated
was designed for a dairyman who dis-
poses of the dairy products to private
To save labor the horse barn and
wagon room are under the same roof
with the cows and calves.
In fact the building is really three
barns, but all under the same roof—
a horse barn with accommodations for
ten horses, cow barn with stalls for
38 milch cows, and the small bfyn for
nine dry cows or young stock, a large
double calf stall and two bull pens.
As will be seen by the floor plan,
each department may be closed with
sliding doors and entirely separated
from all other departments.
The entire building is plastered, both
the exterior and interior, with two
coatB of Portland cement over ex-
panded metal lath, the studdings are
two by six inches, ten feet long, and
the story is eight feet except over the
horse barn, where it is nine feet, to
allow for driving in with a load of
hay in stormy weather; the story is
ten feet over the wagon room. All
floors are of cement, as also are the
The exterior walls are first covered
with ship lap and striped for the lath;
the space between the studding are
filled in with concrete up to the win-
rRONT PCKSPECTIVE V/£W.
the stock, and all potters are drained
to manure pits.
Traps are placed in the floors for
draining away the wash water and
hydrants are placed at convenient
points, so the entire barn may be
washed down In a very short time.
The two silos are 16 by 38 feet and
are also plastered, the Inside lined
with brick, which receives a coat of
Hay forks and feed and litter car-
riers are Installed, and reach all parts
of the barn.
The crop or ground feed Is stored
in bins on the second floor and Is
drawn to the feed room through eight-
inch spouts, as wanted.
Silage Is passed down the chutes
between feedrooms and silos, and by
keeping the doors closed all dust and
odors are kept out of the cow barn.
Hay is passed down In the feedrooms
for the entire barn at one time, thus
keeping the dust from the cow barn.
A good cement foundation is pro-
vided for everything, and all exposed
woodwork receives three coats of
The roof Is covered with asbestos
roofing felt, making the entire barn
practically (ire proof. The cost to
build this barn was slightly more than
if built of wood, but as it requires no
paint and few repairs It would seem
Not the story of a "Napoleon of Finance" or of
the man who took a lucky "flyer" In stocks, but a
common, everyday yarn about the safest and best
Investment in the world—Oklahoma Real Estate.
Only ten years ago the best lot in Tulsa was sold
for about |250. Today it Is worth more than $.r>0,000.
^ is there any living human being who was ai first in-
vestor in Tulsa lots that failed to make great profits
on his investment? Search for him with a fine
We mention Tulsa as a fair example where a
hundred might easily be cited . You know that first
investors in good Oklahoma Towns have made such
enormous profits on their investments as put the
profits of gold mining in the sliade. The State of
Oklahoma is verily a real estate gold mine. There
Is no safer, big money-making investment on earth.
But the day of these splendid opportunities is
passing. Good new towns are opening less frequent-
ly than in former years and in the established
towns and cities the small investment can secure
only lots in an outlying addition—usually quite out-
There will never be another crop of good, new
We offer the greatest opportunity of the day to
small investors—the opportunity of reaping great
profits that first investors gained at Tulsa, Sapulpa,
Bartlesville, Muskogee and Okmulgee.
NOW IS THE TIME to BUY LOTS at
$25 AND $35 SUITS AT $14.85
These suits are tor the ones who are |
used to paying $25 to $35 for a suit.
They include the "X." system Clothes; j
newest and most striking effects in |
grays, cut after the new 1910 Sprin?
models. There Is also a big selection
•lor those who like a ® I i OP
iVne dark worsted J) I 4.0u
Gents' Furnishings at Great Reduc-
This is Fred
face to face
WAC OA *•*«
® and Lay the Foundation Fop a Fortune
■*- 3 A
fi-OOK PL A At
FRED CRABER CO.
GET THE GENUINE
dow sills, and all corners and angles
: are carefully rounded, to avoid hiding
places for dirt and bacteria.
< The stalls are formed of gas pipe,
1 and the loft floor is supported on
j three-inch pipe; the box stalls and
j horse stalls are of six-inch flooring
: doubled, and have wire guards mount-
ed on the top.
I The inangers of the cow barns are
arranged to be flooded when watering
that in the long run cement was the
most economical building material for
Kindness and cleanliness are the
watchword in this barn, and every-
thing in reason is done to this end.
The arrangement is such that the
work of caring for and feeding the
stock has been reduced to the mini-
mum, and one man can feed the entire
barn in a very short time.
FOR BUILDING WIRE FENCES
Mark well, the new town of Avant has more prov-
en resources than any of the above mentioned towns
had when they started. Avant is a new town with
a destiny. Avant simply can't escape becoming a
big industrial city of the rich Osage Nation—and
the Osage Nation is just opening up.
Avant has power, raw material and transporta-
tion facilities—a great combination that can't be
equalled by any other town in Oklahoma. .
To buy Avant lots is not a speculation—it is
simply a question as to how much profit the buyer
will make. He can't lose.
If you have $50. $100 or $500 that you can invest
—you can lay the foundation of a fortune by becom-
ing a first investor in Avant lots
Remember the words of Andrew Carnegie—"Few
large fortunes can now be made in any part of the
world except from one cause—the rise in the value
of real estate."
Cut off this coupon and mill it to us at once. We
will send you some advertising literature that will
make you sit up und take notice.
SCOTT BRADEN & CO.. Temporary Address, 12 N.
Broadway, Oklahoma City, U. 8. A.;
I am interested in Avant. Please send me you
r advertising literature, plat and price list.
XV A TRADE MASK
sas pipe: for unrolling fence
hook and wheel
/•s. for holding
RADEN & CO-
12 N. Broadway
^ OKLAHOMA CITY, " •• ^r\i_«nwm« ^
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sled for unrolling barb wire
In this drawing, the gas pipe hook i is shown a screw piece which fits ii
for unrolling the fences may be made j and hitches on to the honks behinu
cf one continuous piece of five-eighths the wagon, buggy, or horse. The oth-
! inch round wire sharpened, with a ■ er two drawings are self-explanatory.
| thread and a nut to Jiold the wheel on. ; The gas pipe hook shown at the top
: says Orange Judd Farmer. The wheel | is slipped through the roll of barbed
| may be a pulley wheel. At the right [ wire tor unwinding.
Numerous Failures in Growing
Crop Attributable to Luck
of Knowledge on Part
of the Farmer.
QKUHQNIA CORI COLA BOTTLING GQMP'Y
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Bottlers of the
GENUINE COCA COLA
Red Rock .Ginger Ale, Blackberry
Punch, High Grade Soda Waters
All oraers, large or small, fillerd on
Isat Plant in the Southwest.
(BY B. E. LARA.)
Farmers—not alone in the east, but
I from the very best alfalfa-growing sec-
| tions—are constantly complaining that
j they have made failures in trying to
! grow alfalfa.
In most cases the people who have
j made failure of growing alfalfa have
I not devoted much attention to the
| study of the needs of the plant and
have tied it in a manner that would
make success out of the question.
The more I see of the plant and con-
verse with men who are succeeding in
growing it the more 1 am of the opin-
ion that it will grow on many farms
where it has proved a failure.
Many who have read about it are
skeptical and will not give it a fair
trial and many times when they do
try it they go at It in a half-hearted
manner and throw the seed upon the
soil anywhere it happens to drop and
condemn the plant if they happen to
get unsatisfactory results.
Making Lime Nitrate.
A few thousand tons of lime nitrate
arc made in various parts of Europe,
using electric power and combining
the nitrogen of the air with lime. One
estimate placed the cost of this nitrate
at $52 to $C1 per long ton. Experi-
ments made with this nitrate In com-
parison with the nitrate of soda from
Chili, are generally favorable to the
artificial, especially in sandy soli.
The Art of Seeing Things.
Th? art of seeing tilings is not
something that may be conveyed in j
rules and precepts; it is a nialter vital
in the eye and ear, yea, in the mind I
and soul, of which these are the or- I
gans. I have as little hope of being j
able to tell the reader how to see j
things as I would have in trying to tell |
him now to fall in love or to enjoy his
dinner. Either he does or he does not, I
and that is about all there is of it.—
Pen Point Material.
Iridium is a hard, brittle, silver- j
white metallic element belonging to
the platinum group, discovered by
Tennant in 1801!. Sometimes found ,
native and nearly pure, but generally
combined with osmium. It is, with .
the exception of osmium, the heaviest
metal known, and is used for pen
points, contact points in telegraphy
and points of scientific instruments
liable to wear. Its specific gravity
To Add Interest.
A little boy was killed on a viaduct
in a certain Texas city. A father was
trying to describe him to his little
son. The child tried to recall the
dead child, and, failing, said sorrow-
fully to his parent, "1 wish it had
been Patty O'Hagan—I know him."—
of your books and valuable papers in your
place of business and your silverware and
jewelryi n your home, is the thing you have
in mind when you buy a
It is therefore up to you to be sure you are
buying that kind of a safe.
The Herring-Hall-Marvin Safe has stood all tests for
We carry their full line. Write us for prices
The Schooley Stationery Co.
210-212 WEST FIRST STREET, OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA
PHONE MAIN 187 PHONE MAIN 187
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Simms, P. R. The Moore Messenger. (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 13, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 5, 1910, newspaper, February 5, 1910; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109133/m1/3/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.