The Moore Messenger. (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 27, 1910 Page: 1 of 8

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VOL. X. NO. 26
PUBLISHED AT 217 NORTH HARVEY STREET. OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLA. BY THE SUBURBAN NEWSPAPER PUBLISHING COMPANY.
MOORE. CLEVELAND COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27,1 UO
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MOORE NEWS NOTES
Linus Chism was a visitor in Noble
Sunday.
P. R. Simms. Local Editor
The gin has all it can' do to take
, care of the cotton that is coming In.
1 — . ~ Willie Bateman of Oklahoma City
Angus McLennan attended the foot- rame down Tuesday to visit relatives
ball game at Norman last Friday. {or tt few days.
The train carrying the A. & M. col-
lege exhibit was In .Moore for a short
time Saturday morning.
Misses Stella and Ethel Habekker
spent Sunday with Myrtle Bean.
I The singing at Mr. C. C. Row's Sun-
1 day afternoon was enjoyed by every
one that was present. It was well at-
tended.
William Wood has bought out J. M.
Turner and has Marshal Bateman run-
ning the shop for him.
Mrs. Brand and son Harrold return-
ed Sunday morning from an extended
visit with her parents in Tyler, Tex.
C. C. Row and family spent the
/*■ .1 pi j d j f> j j night Tuesday with her sister Mrs.
LlothesCleaned, rressed, uyed and j j pnge and family. Mr. Page and
n . Mr. Row attended the I. O. O. F.
Repaired. lodge at Mishak.
DO YOU want a good newspaper in Moore? Sure you
do. You can help us make this a good one. Read the ad-
vertisements of the local merchants. Tbey have many things
in their stores you need, and THEIR PRICES ARE LOWER
OR JUST AS LOW as any town in the state. Notity the editor
of any matters of interest and keep in touch with what is go-
ing on, by reading this paper every week.
M THE PUBLISHERS.
.aaaaaaaajM rpi
lhe Iron
Riverside
Mrs. Lewis McVoy and two daugh-
^ ters JeHsie and Helen of Oklahoma
City are visiting her parents, Mr. W.
H. Petty, this week.
George Taute, living west of Moore,
passed away last Saturday morning af-
ter an illness of only a few days He
!<nd been suffering from consumption
for some time. The Taute family
I,,.ve i.ieQ u.re for about six years.
In'ennent was at Fnlrlawn cemetery
at Oklahoma City. The deceased will
be missed by a large number of ut
ii ■ i ii i a aces and friends in and around
Moore.
Ladies' Coat Suits a Specialty
All Work Guaranteed
L. P. CHISM
At Unique Barber Shop
MOORE - - OKLAHOMA
Dressmaking
By Miss Maude Powell
At the borne of Mils Alsop.
A number of friends surprised
Grandma Wood with a big dinner on
her birthday Sunday. Every one that
was present report a pleasant time.
SUFFRAGETTE SOCIAL.
Esther Petty is suffering this week
: with the sore eyes.
, Mrs. W. K. (JroBS and niece Miss
! Oma Hughes spent Monday evening
j with Lora Howell.
! The Republicans had a meeting in
Moore Monday night. The following
candidates spoke: Aaron McDaniel,
R. A. Bingham and Prof. W. N. Rice.
A large crowd was in attendance.
| Many Democrats were in the crowd
i as well as all the Republicans.
! Mr. .T. J. Dwyer was in town a'l day
Wednesday in the interests of the
| Moore Messenger. The publishers
! are endeavjring to give us a good pap-
er and we should give them our sup-
M00RE. OKLAHOMA port. Our advertisers are well repre-
I sented and everybody should read the
paper every week and keep posted on
what is going on.
The Suffragettes have lofty minds,
And are smart as all creation,
They can give the men some pointers.
On how to run the nation.
Don't miss their celebrated meeting
at J. W. Payne's hall next Friday
night. For they are a bunch of ora-
tors. Given by the Royal Neighbors.
Admission ten cents. Eight o'clock
Friday night, November 4th. Don't
forget the date. Refreshments will be
served by the Suffragettes husbands.
Everybody invited.
The box supper announced in last
week's paper, has been changed to
Halloween supper and entertainment
to be given Friday night, Oct. 2S. A
program is being prepared and supper
will be served for 16c a supper. Other
amusements are being arranged. Ev-
erybody cordially urged to come and
enoy themselves. The funds being
raised will go to Rev. Hendry and the
benefit of the South Methodist church.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Purcell entertained
with a formal dinner Sunday in honor
of Mr. Ed Christ, of Taylorville, 111.
Those doing full justice to the boun-
teous dinner spread and enjoying a
pleasant afternoon visiting were: Mr.
and Mrs. .1. R Reismey, Miss Freda
Riesmey, Mr. Fred Grimes and Mrs.
J. V. Purcell.
(j
Stoves
Prices Reasonable.
Patronage Solicited.
CONDITIONS IMPROVING.
Everyone Reports Business in Better
Shape.
Married: At the home of tlie bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Rogers, at
10 a. m.. Sunday morning, Miss Kate
Rogers to Mr. Walter Perry, of Wheai
land, Rev. Rector of Amber, officiating.
We join with a host of friends in hear-
ty congratulations. Mr. and Mrs. Per-
ry left Monday afternoon to spend
their honeymoon at Norman, Okla.
GET THE RES i! >
The RIVERSIDE ArR-DlICT is
(he only successful
ALL FUEL HEATER! £
I?
Ru^ns Soft Cnnl, Slnr It, Coke, \
Lignite or Uurd Coal
HEATS FROM THE I VSI.! j,
Come in and Le Convinced. r
f Both in Pase Heaters and
Cook Stoves. 1 hese
r Stoves are fully guaran-
ty teed both by the makers
k and by me. 1 here are
(> absolutely no better
Stoves made than the
Riverside line.
The ventilation is perfect.
No soot or dust can es-
cape from these Stoves
and they use less coal
than any other Stove
we have ever handled.
H. P. Dreessen
DO,NT FOKGhT OUK
QUEtNSWAKF. SALE
| A. C. JANACEK
♦ blacksmith and
i wheelwright

J Lock &. Gun Sm 1h, Horse
* Shoeing. Engire Work
a Carr ags Work a
Specialty
x moore. - ok la ho id a
* l "~*C '<>« •<
James A. Cowan
"The Farmer*' Financier"
ATTORN EY-AT-LAW
Land Titlea a Specialty
ROOM 0KLA.H01U
ANOTHER MARRIAGE.
The democrats were out in full
force Tuesday evening to speaking in
the Dudley hall. The most Important
Fpeakers of the evening were Judge
Mutlaek, L. Lynch. Judge Clark, Tom
McMechan, W. II. Thompson, Harvey i
D. Garrison, R. A. Ratledge and M. C.
Blnlon.
Mr. Will Oottrell, age 27, and Miss
Lillian I). Mace of Capitol Hill wer"
married in Oklahoma City Wednesday.
They returned to Moore in the after-
noon and went to their home, which
the groom had furnished and in readi
ness for his new bride. Will evi-
dently believes in the old saying:
"Get the cage and then the bird."
Will has grown up here in Moore
and is well known and has a host of
friends, who were busy congratulat-
ing him after he returned. He is a
carpenter by trade and is one of our
I best citizens, and will make his mark
in the world. Mrs. Cottrell taught
the Moore school one term and also
made a host of friends here, who will
be delighted to know that she is now
! to live here. The Messenger extends
its most hearty congratulations to the
I young couple and wish them u long
and happy life.
The Christian church is looming up j
considerable this week and will soon j
be ready for occupancy. C. H.
Rrands new home is now well under j
way and with other building going on,
business seems to be very prosperous j
among the contractors. Dunn and Al-
exander are advertising the sale of i Mpggre Charlie lesenhiese and
lots in their E'ectrie Addition •" ! Krank ZurIln0l of Oklahoma City, Mr
Moore very extensively and will com- y K MrGjtl|ey and POn, johnny and
mence the sale of lots Mid a general ,lau„htrr Vonl drove ]nto Wheatland
development about January first. | Wedl)egday morning in Mr. liesen
There is more corn cording in than |,|ese B auto. Mr. Iesi>nbiese is very
the elevator man tnought was in this i10.,pfUi Qf BP||jng Mr. Howard an auto |
part of the country owing to the dry I ,n "the near fuUlrp
summer we had. The cotton gin is i
running late at night to keep up with
the loads or the cotton the farmers A jolly crowd from Wheatland and
are bringing in. All farm products Pleasant Hill community met Monday
are bringing a good price and the evening to charivari tho bride and
country is generally prosperous. The j groom, Mr. and Mrs. Walter I'erry, but
creamery is keening up to the stand- on arriving found that they had given
ard in their milk receipts and they ; them the "slip" and had left Monday
are well pleased with the business | afternoon for Norman. The disap-
they are doing. 1 pointed crowd returned home serenad-
Two years ago, one could look on ing the people on their way.
Kenneth McLennan, Pre s., F. J. Shade, V. Pres., C. H. Brand, Cash.
Bank of Hoore
MOORE, OKLAHOHA
Appreciates your business. Deposits insured
under the State Guarantee Law.
Some Attractive Prices for Things You May Need
That We Have in Our Dry Goods Department.
Men's Heavy Ribbed Un-Cfiio MEN'S AND BOYS' CAPS^
derwear, per garment.. Leather, fur lined ^ '8^ | J: ij>
Men's Sweater Coats <T Corduroy &0c and $100
in Red, Brown, Grey ^ A iVv | • :ns 25c and 50c.
Men's Knit
When yon need Canvas Gloves, Cloves OW 4*
10c and xoc, we have them, gaunt- ,J , j" _
let or knit cuff. A"ftens
Ladies' and Misses Knit X nion We have a big line of Men's wool
Suits, very warm and Glfiif* shirts, priced from 90c to $2.00, in
only, per garment C Rrown, Blue and Grey.
F. E. PERCIVAL
URY GOODS. GFOCIRIFS ar.d SHOES
the main street on any day except
Saturday, and not see more than three
teams-—but now, how different. There
is always a good crowd in town and
most of the time the hitching posts
on both sides of the street are in use.
It seems that Moore has at last awak-
ened to an advancement after twenty
Miss Elsie Jungherr spent Sunday
visiting with Miss Blanche Todd.
Mr. Sam Eagin is spending the week
visiting with Mr. CI. W. Morgan.
Mrs. H. A. Todd was pleasantly sur-
Oklahoma City Mill and [levator tio.
FRANK FARRIS, Mnnater
Highest Market Price Paid for Grain.
Moor*
Oklahoma
years of repose. Within the past year 1 prised Thursday by the arrival of her
there have been twelve new residences
and busin°ss buildings erected and
one new grain elevator. This is quite
an improvement considering how few
and far between new buildings were,
up to ewelve months ago. What we
need now is a good high school to
take care of the advanced scholars,
to save parents the expense of send-
ing their sons and daughters away
to other towns for their high school
brother, Mr. Swyguard, of Iowa, whom
she has not seen for 17 years. Mr.
Swyguard is well pleased with Okla-
homa.
The home owned by Mr. Hastings. 3
miles north of Wheatland and occu-
pied by Mr. Raidt, was totally destroy-
ed by fire Monday noon. Mr. Raidt's
famiiy thereby lost all their house-
hold goods and clothing. The subserip-
IF YOU WANT
Notary work done, buy or sell real estate, sell your
sale notes, have your sale clerked, your property in-
sured, or borrow money on real estate, see
S. A. PAYNE, Moore, Oklahoma
course. Let's aH p^t. together and tion list was left nt the pestoffioe.
work for a new high school. I Any help being donated by anyone
Property has advanced from threp will be greatly appreciated by the fam-
to five times the old values and will j ily.
continue to do so, as Moore grows,'
and improves. 1 Mr. and Mrs. P. Purcell spent last ,
I Thursday visiting in Oklahoma City.
s
chool Books and
School Supplies
Era
Drug Store
MOORE. OKLA.
LAWN RIDGE AMD ELM CREEK.
Ma u Id in & flats Id in
Dealers in
Q,^rorjes ant] General Hercliandis
Highest Prices Paid For All
Kinds of Farm Produce
We Carry a Fall and Well Selected Sttfck of Staple Articles in All Lines
Your Trade is Especially Solicited
5 v.
I Mr. and Mrs. R. Carlton and Mr.
land Mrs. A. Herskowitz and children,
Mrs. W. A .Taylor made a flying trip i of oklahoma City, drove out in their
to Norman Friday evening . j al]to and spent the afternoon visiting
with "Mrs. T. E. Purcell.
Misses Ada and Lillian Williams j
spent Sunday at S. L. Rhudy's. j Christ, of Taylorville. Ill
■ visited Sunday and Monday with his
Mrs. C,. I). Kitchen and family look (|1(] fr|end, Mr. P. Purcell.
dinner at W. H. Peachee's Spnday. ; '
1 Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Love, of Verden.
Messrs. W. A. Taylor, W. E. Wil- okla., spent the week end visiting pt
Hants cd W. " Pettv a busi-i home of their mother, Mrs. E. R
ness trip to Norman Monday. ! Davis
i '
S. L. Rhndy. wi'-1 and two datigh-1
JEWELRY
Watches
and Clocks \
Watch and Clock Repairing—All Kinds of Jewelty Repaiiing i
promptly and neatly done at reduced prices. Give us a trial. £
ALL. GOODS AND ALL WORK GUARANTEED
I
ters took dinner with C. C. Row and
family Sunday.
\ P. R. Simms : Moore, Okla. \
Mr. and Mrs. .1. H. Chenoweth and
children spent Sunday visiting with
Miss Ada Wilds in Oklahoma City.
Miss Oma Hughes took dinner with
Mrs. John Petty Monday.
Mr. Will Rhudy took dinner with
Susie Rhudy Sunday.
We Recommend the following Ari-
icles from Our Grocery Department
Pure Apple Cider
Vinegar, per bottle
Pure Apple Cider
Vinegar, per gallon.
These are both pure- food pro-
ducts and have absolutely no color-
ing matter in them.
Chili Con Carne,
Per can
10c
60c
10c
3 Cans for 25c. Very fine for cool
days.
Louis and R. & B. M..
Coffee, per pound m 'W %+
Eoth brands are good. We will
grind them if you like.
Mustard Pickles, at (5? ^
per can «<■ +4
Those are fine—we tried 'em.
We Can Always Supply You with Post Toasties
A. J. SMITH
Wheatland Whispers
Mr. Thurman Hunker made a busi-
ness trip to Oklahoma City Tuesday
afternoon.
We regret to report that Miss Alice
Gill is ill with typhoid fever at her
home west of town. We hope she will
soon be able to be among us again.
Mrs. Adams, of Ok'ahoma Oity,
i Ftient Sunday visiting with her mother,
Mrs. J. James.
' Mr. and Mrs. Dan Davis, of Okla- j
lioma City, spent Friday visiting with
I her mother, Mrs. E. R. Davis.
Mrs. Anderson, of Shawnee, vi'-'ited
last week with her brother. Mr. Ross
IJeatty, at the home of Mr. J. O. Dobbs. j
Misses Winnie Davis and Minnie
Martin drove out to Mr. Scallorn's
and spent the evening visiting' with
Misses Rosa and Emma Scallorn.
r
BV nawn-iVw ' i'
Norman Milling and Grain Company
A. I!. McCARTNEY, Manager
WE HAM OLE SGE
Moore, Okla.
All kindi of Grain Bought
All kinds of Mill Stuff and Coal Sold
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Scallorn and
daughter. Miss Emma, spent Sunday
Mr. M. M. Williams and son, Ray-1 as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. A.
mond, Mr. E. Hill, and son, Mr. Gor-1 Wardlow.
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E. F. PLAIT LUMBER COMPANY
L. F. PLATT. MANAGER
Miss Anna Thayer snent Saturday
and Sunday visiting with her parents
In Oklahoma City.
don Hill, of Tuttle, drove to Morris
, Packing town Sunday afternoon.
' Rev. C. P. Kelly, of Snyder, Okla.,
! will hold services in the school house
I on the 5th Sunday, October 30th.
Mrs. P. W. Warren and children left
| Friday to join her husband at Luther,
jok'a. Their many friends wish them | Sunday and snent the dav visiting at j B
i all success in their new home. | the home of Dr. W. W. Crenshaw. I
Mrs. flurton and daughters, Grace I
and Delia spent Saturday and Sunday |
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. King. |
Dr. C. W. Joyce drove to Mustang j
We handle a complete line of Building Material,
Vitrified Brick, Oak and Bois D'arc posts
Let us figure on your wants.
MOORE • OKLAHOMA
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