The Moore Messenger. (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 27, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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Electric Photo Studio
C. A ROSE
Cabinet Photoj$l .50. Kodak Fi lulling
118 N. Broadway
OKLAHOMA CITY OKLAHOMA.
We have styles tc suit
everyone. Prices that
are right. Quality un-
treatment. Call and
314- North Broadwry
Between 2nd and 3rd St«.
K. C. Photo Supply Co
103 Main St., Oklahoma City
THE HOUSE THAI SATISFIES'
W« Have til Npcenwry Supplies for
Ibnd Call and |«t Acqukiotid
IA Sale of Tailored Suits
How to impress upon you the worth and beauty of our suits, piat
is the problem of the advertising. Claims are easy to make-today s
paper is bulging with 'em—some very wild and unreasonable—snares to
catch the unwary. We prefer to submit proofs of the fact that the best
suit values are here. We are doing it in the details below. Lxamine
them-the suits-compare-get an objective and prospective view ol the
various suit offerings. In candid honesty we know you will buy at Kerr s.
A bargain that is nothing if not sensational is offered lor this week.
Read about it.
The choice of fabrics is wide, including splendid
plain serges, rich yet soft toned Scotch mixtures,
beautiful broadcloths and scores of fancy worsteds.
Black, brown, smoke and ^ray. 1 he styles are
after models that have made the greatest success m New York and I aris.
Beautifully lined, tailored superbly. A conservative estimate ol the value
of these suits places it at $30.00 That indeed is cheap for them. Choice
this week $25.00
Office lloura. tJ to 5.
T. J. MILLER
Boor ■ 324 326 urn R i di ■
HATS with wide, or moderately
wide brims, have been much the
same as to their brim outlines
for several seasons, but variations
have been evident in crowns. 'I he
possessor of a good velvet hat feels
that it should do service for two or
_ evcH three seasons and last year's hat
.muhimb with a graceful brim and a new up-
ACT THF f,pK WI a V to-date crown gives as much satisfac-
Ut. 1 I lit tlon> lf not a llul0 more_ the homr
economist, as spick and span new
The cleverness of the milliner is
put to the test, to either replace the
old crown with a new one, or put the
trimming on the hat so that the out-
line of the old crown is concealed or
changed. As it happens the task is
not so difficult this season because
puffed crowns are much favored, that
is, crowns made of puffs of silk or vel-
vet. Furthermore, trimming pieces,
especially fancy feathers, are large
anJ they conceal the top of the hat
An example of what may be done
with a velvet hat, having a wide brim
and small crown, is shown here. Two
lengths of velvet, In two colors, each
three-fourths of a yard long, are
shirred on silk thread at each end
The thread matches the velvet in col-
or and there are four rows of shirring.
A lining of crinoline supports each
piece. Thev are then mounted on the
shape as shown in the picture and
sewed down securely to it with
stitches as nearly Invisible as possi-
An ornament and a fancy feather,
or ostrich plumes if preferred, make a
charming finish. This is a matter of
choice with the wearer.
The home milliner should find no
difficulty in remodeling her last year's
hat by this method.
ONE OF THE LATEST MODELS
Dainty Dress in White Cotton Voile,
W th Rose Design Printed on
This is very dainty, and is made up
in white cotton voile, with a large
niauve rose printed on it.
The skirt Is gathered in at the waist,
then a band of lace is taken round
skirt at about the knees, this draws
^ the lullness in. The material is cut
Recipe for Most Valuable Toilet Prep-
aration Which Can Be Made
lUlilCMA COCA BOU BQTTLIliS COMF1'
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Bottler* of th*
OtNUINK COCA OOLA
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}~^0R absolutely the
-i best Dental Work
come to us. Let us
show you what we have
shown thousands. Our
methods are different
and we don't hurt a bit.
"When others fail."
122 1-2 W. Main
To make sure of geting a cold
cream in which there are no animal
oils many women like to compound
their own massage creams.
They often fail to get results from
a good recipe by not understanding
the art of compounding. All cold
creams are made in the same way.
The fatty substances are put in a
double boiler and melted, stirring
constantly. When all are melted turn
out in a bowl and stir, scraping down
The chief trouble comes in adding
the extracts and astringents, which
must be added gradually when the
fatty base is partially cold. Add first
any perfumed water, drop by drop,
beating constantly with a silver for 'a :
then add tinctures or extracts last of
1. These go In drop by drop also.
A flat wire egg beater can be used
successfully when a large amount of
the mixture is being made up and one
woman swears by a mayonnaise mixer
for compounding her toilet creams.
Here is a recipe that can be used
freely without fear of becoming beard-
ed or fuzzy: Eight tablespoonfuls
each of almond oil and rosewater, two
tablesponfuls each of white wax and
spermaceti, a teaspoonful of tincture
Melt the oil. then add the wax and
spermaceti, and when nearly cold from
beating add the rosewater, drop by
drop, then the benzoin.
Discarded cheese jars of porcelain
are nice to pack this cream in to
stiffen. Keep in a cool place. Put in
small jars so that in use it does not
get germ fillel by constant opening.
FIRST ATLANTIC BALLOON FLIGHT
AIRSHIP AMERICA BREAKS REC-
ORDS FOR CONTINUOUS FLIGHT
No News by Wireless From Airship
Ctew Monday Although Five
Ship3 Try to Get in Touch
With the Aerial Craft
Siasconsett, Mass.—All records for,
continued flight in a dirigible balloon
have been broken by Walter Wellman
in the airship America, in which he
and a crew of live men are attempt-j
ing to fly to turope.
The Atlantic ocean in the vicinity |
of the northeast cost is being combed :
, by wireless Monday in fear that the j
balloon, which sailed from Atlantic j
i City at 8:03 o'clock Saturday morning, j
1 has been disabled In the electrical
storm which was reported raging off
The news of the electrical storm I
! caused grave alarm to those waiting
i for news at this point and led to re-
i doubled ones to get in touch with the
j party while the promise was made
• that a government tug would be sent
j at once to rescue the expedition if this
was deemed necessary.
Through the night and early hours
; today wireless stations along the
i north Atlantic coast continuously
queried attempting to get in touch
with the America or with some steam-
ship which knew the whereabouts and
condition of the balloon. It was be-
lieved today that the first wireless re-
port from Wellman would come from
a steamship, if the leader of the ex-
pedition continued in this determina-
tion to keep towards Europe.
Trans-Atlantic liners were all asked
for news from the balloon and out-
going steamers equipped with wireless
were asked to make every effort to
communicate with the balloon and te-
lay the messages to wireless points
along the coast.
The last definite word from Well-
I man upon which to base a belief to
the whereabouts of the balloon up to
i an early hour Monday morning was
| received at this point by wireless at
| 12:45 p. m. Sunday.
This message consisted of the sim-
i pie word "Yes," and had been sent in
i reply to a query asking whether the
| balloon and all on board were safe,
i Immediately before this a message
i was received stating that the America
| would keep toward Europe. The
! threatening and heavy fog struck at
' the ardor of the aeronauts when the
j balloon was soaring eastward over
| the Atlantic from this point.
! While the Sable Island storm was a
: severe one, preventing the possibility
| of wireless communications, reports
from Nova Scotia stated that it was
1 apparently local and did not extend
i more than forty miles away from the
A Chance for Young Gents or Ladies
Many ladies and gentlemen have paid a tuition of
$150 and learned pinal treatment, and are now mak-
ing from $200 to $1,000 i er month.
Do you want to improve yourself? You
can if you will try. Write for catalogue and full,
Present term beginning this month.
Palmer Gregory College
No. ION. Broadway, Oklahoma City Okla
—You want to earn more monev
—We want you to earn more money
—You can earn more money
by increasing your earning ability
Twenty Good Places in Two Days
is actual count of the calls being received at. Okla-
homa School. An average of seventy-five per cent more calls
than we can fill.
Invest a tew Month's Time
in preparation. It will mean more opportunity, moro money, and
a start in life, regardless of what your future work may be.
Draughon's Leads the World in the business college work.
Endorsed by Chamber of Commerce and by bankers and
business men throughout the South.
Oklahoma City, Gkla.
T. M. FLANARV. Manager
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away at the back, and a strip of mauve
silk is used to line the lace.
The bodice has a round yoke of silk-
lined lace to which the material is ar-
ranged in either tucks or small folds.
A band of lace trims the bodice above
the waist band, which is of mauve silk.
Lace 'bands finish the sleeves at the
Hat of white Tagal trimmed with
j large poppies and bjack ears of
Materials required: Seven yards
! voile 42 Inches wide, three and one-
I half yards insertion, one-half yard
' piece lace, one and one-half yard
i mauve silk.
The cloche shape comes frequently
I in black satin, with the trimming of a
j wide crush band and a flattened bow
j of satin. Underneath the brim is a
frill of white lace.
Novel Tunic Effect.
A pretty idea for the finishing of a
tunic, especially one of veiling or oth
er soft material, is to slash the tunic
in front, like an overskirt, and knot
it loosely at each side, drawing it
away so as to show a great part of
the underskirt up to the knees. The
knots are made about half-way frum
the ankles and the tunic falls loosely
below them. Of course, it Is caught
with a few stitches in back, to keep it
The latest in the "minor Jewelry" 1
Is the long barpins, four to six Inches
in length, which are being used to
fasten automobile veils and, less fre-
quently, collars and jabots. They come
in plain metal and enamel finishes and
in tie heavy, barbaric semi-precious
stones so popular nowadays.
Herald Again Published
Shawnee, Okla.—Suspending publi-
cation for more than a week, the
Shawnee Herald has resumed its is-
sues, and announces that it will con- j
tinue printing a paper. The paper is
being issued with W. L. Chapman as
receiver and Victor E. Harlow as edi-
tor. Harlow was editor and manager
of the paper when ie suspended.
To Test Ft. Sill Officers
Fort Sill, Okla.—Brig. Cien. A. L.
Myer, commanding the department of
Texas, lias issued general orders di-
recting that the physical examination
of field officers within the department
who have not been examined during
the present fiscal year shall be held
October 25 and 26, and that test rides
shall take place October 27, 28 and 29.
Off to the Lakes!
Besides the delights of bathing, boating,
fishing and sailing, there's more vigor in
a 2 weeks' outing on the Northern La^es
than in 12 months' doctoring.
Possibly your wife, mother, sister or
daughter needs now the invigorating influ-
ence of a month's outing. i ake them to the
lakes this summer and you'll never regret it.
It's worth the few dollars you will spend
you can't spend them to better advantage.
A part of the vacation should be the trip \orth
on the Katy Comfortable and convenient trains
add much to the pleasure of the trip.
Ask the nearest Katy agent about the low
round trip fares and the through service. 109
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Simms, P. R. The Moore Messenger. (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 27, 1910, newspaper, October 27, 1910; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109170/m1/3/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.