The Moore Messenger. (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 20, 1911 Page: 2 of 8
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Aprilis Fiesta Visitors
Note the few special bargains lists d here 'or your particular benefit and take advant-
age of them during this sal-. Also note, this store hai hundreds of items which -re even
greater bargains at our regular prices, and cannot be listed here. Kemember the Myser
store has grown from a small beginriug to the largest, est and most beautiful store °f its
kind in the entire southwest. There's a reason. The quality of the goods sold by this store
stands unquestioned. €j The prices named will save you from IU to 25 per cent because
of our purchasing in large quantities for cash, direct from manufacturers. <j Our
assor ment is the largest. <J Myser's guarantee, satisfaction or your money back, is good.
100 Piece Dinner Sets, $6 98
Our regular $12.00 combination or piece* in deco-
rated dlnnerware with gold line and gold_line_han-
dles, good quality semi-porcelain
special while they last at
$50.00 China Sets, $38.00
Beautiful Rosenthal china In moat classy festooned
border decorations, gold line fd|M and OQ
handles, the best of all shapes, special
$20.00 Dinner Sets, $15.85
liest combination of 100 pieces In English semi por-
celain decorated ware, made by the well known J.
ti 0. Meakins, and fully guaranteed.
$75 Haviland China Dinner Set, $50
$75.00 white and gold Haviland china dinner set,
*olld mat gold handles, a few small
pieces missing, special price
Be—Diamond H. quality, finest finished crystal tum-
blers, every day C |%
75c 7 piece Berry set, Diamond II Colonial glass,
large dish and (i small ones, worth 11.00 "T tf*
Special every day ^
75c Set Colonial Ice Tea glasses, cut and polished
bottoms, offered elsewhere as special at .
88c, our price every day ■ wl*
35c—Half gallon pitcher, white with blue Indian
head, very strong and serviceable 35c
Two Good Suggestions
wortii 50c, Special each.
each for decorated English semi-porcelain Special—Japanese Air Plant 1 5 cents each,
breakfast breakfast plates, sold regularly r . . • o :t
at $2.00 to $2.50 per dozen. Llves °n air" 3ee 11
Rely on "Myser's" where public confidence is safeguarded by the absolute exclusion
of all questionable qualities. «] Visit this store whether or not you wish to purchase.
Keep in touch with things new and beautiful
CHINA & GLASS CO
Our Clothes are "Hand Made*.
They hold their shape. If they
don't, we give another in ex-
Suits Ready to Put on
IET THE GENDIII
Money Sold as Copper
New York —Fifteen hundred tons of
Chinese money Is aboard the steamer
Katuna which reached here Sunday
from the far east. The money Is worn
and mutilated and was sold as old t op-
per by the Chinese government.
Ojinaga Reported Fallen I Hero Loses Life
El Paso, Texas.—It was reported Chicago.—Alexander Doty, 16 years 1
here Friday that Ojinaga, Mexico, has I old, lost his life Sunday trying to save
been captured by the rebels under his chum, Osborne Darby, 18 years old,
General Sanchez. There has been' with whom he had gone boating on
severe lighting in the vicinity of Ojin- j Lake Michigan. Their canoe capsized j
aga for esveral weeks. j about a quarter of a mile from shore. J
Useful Coat.—For cravenette, serge
or covert coating, this is a most prac-
tical pattern. The panel back, also
fronts, are laid over sides in wrapped
seams, stitched about a third of an
inch from the edge.
The lining, which is of shot silk, ex-
tends only to the hips.
Stitched tweed hat of the same col-
or as the coat, trimmed with a wing,
is in the best style.
Materials required for coat: 5
yardi inches wide, 4'a yards silk
Serg* Costume.—Very d:irk navy
ccrgo used here; the skirt has a
wide front and a deep added piece at
Muskogee, Okla.—The 6 months old
child of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tiger died
Saturday and the attending physician
reports that he believes it was a case
of infantile paralysis. It is the first
that has ever been observed in this
| foot laid over the upper part in i
wrapped seam; buttons in a closel.
set row trim each side of upper front
The right front of the smart little
jacket buttons quite over to '.ne left
j with closely set buttons; the holes be
! ing continued to edge of right side
and buttons on the left.
| The deep turn-over collar and cuffs
j are of white c'oth.
Hat of stretched black satin trimmed
I with oxidized galloon and gray ostrlci
Materials required: 7 yards 46
inches wide. 4 yards skirt lining, 4 Va !
yards silk for lining jacket, M yard i
i white cloth, about 7 dozen button*. |
Train Crashes Into Crowd
Elizabeth, N. J.—The Lakewood
Flyer of the New Jersey Central rail-
road plunged through a crowd of sev-
eral hundred persons about to board a
local train at the Elizabeth avenue sta-
tion here Sunday, scattering them
right and left, and killed two women
Let's sit out
on the Porch"
One can't help ihinking and
saying such things when the
delightful spring evenings
Doc & Bill Forch Furniture
1? the kind that most buyers demand. Out Door Furniture must be artistic,
comfortable—and built to withstand weather and rough usage
ANY PIECE YOU CHOOSE, regardless of the price you pay, will be sure to give satisfactory service. We are
just as particular in buying Porch Furniture as we are in selecting the beautiful parlor suits. Just now, HICK-
ORY AND REED FURNITURE Is in every new design—at Doc and Bill's.
$4.50 to $12.00
START WITH THE GRASS, aim to be ready for that
•first cut" when the time arrives. If you will take
our advice and select THE KEEN KUTTER, THE
RUN EASY or THE WINNER, you will avoid about
half of the "push" required in running the ordinary
makes of lawn mowers. We price our mowers at
$4.50 up according to the width of the swath they cut.
For 30 years, the Jewel
(iasolene Ranges have
been The Best. The
JEWEL is one of the
few Gasolene Stoves
to the Safety Require-
ments of the National
Board of Fire Under-
writers, and is on their
list. $27.50 buys a Cabi-
net Style like illustra-
We have the JEWEL as low as $3.50 in the little 2-
burner stove. $4.50 for the 3-burner size. 4 styles of
.ovens from $1.25 to $3.
ALASKA ICE BOXES
Priced at $5 to $20
WHY IS THE ALASKA BETTER? Because they require less Ice, and
ice Is the only expense in connection with home refrigeration. ALAS-
KA ICE BOXES are much roomier according to their price than most
others, and SAVE ICE because the manufacturers have gone back to
the practice of "packing" the walls of the Alaska with the old-time
tried Charcoal instead of mineral wool. Charcoal is a better resist-
ance to the outside elements; it holds the temperature much longer
than any other packing material. In making your choice, be sure sto
come here and let us explain these famous ice boxes more fully.
DOC & BILL The House Furnishers
Oklahoma City 8-lO Gra. d Avenue Phone 260
LIBERAL CREDIT on EVERYTHING You Buy
It s a Pleasure to Buy Clothing
When you buy from a store that has on hand at all times the
kind of clothing you are looking for. A store where you don't
have to look and look and finally be dismissed with the
words: "Sorry, but I am afraid we haven't just what you
are looking for."
At All Times
You will find here The Model, The Pattern and The Size you
wear and the Price Range is such as to suit every purse.
Michaels Stern, Class A Clothes,
and Stadium Clothes, Union Made
Will Meet Your Requirements in Every Particular
$15 to $35
Ralston and Steadfast. Oxfords, Stetson and Mallory Hats,
Cluett Shirts, Superior Underwear.
117-119 W. Grand Ave. Oklahoma City
tiuiMi m ion iottiiii inrr
•klthtma Olty, OWi«h n
MNUINr COCA OOUA
CANCERS, TUMORS and CHRONIC
Ninety per cent of cases are curable
Our twenty-five years' experience of
treating with our own methods and
medication without a single failure in
cases accepted, under our guarantee,
should convince the skeptical. Neither
cutting or means used that cause any
suffering. We live in this city and
Bhall continue to, and make good any
and every statement we make. There
is scarcely a disease that has s
gloomy an outlook or days of worry
and hopeless future. To investigate
costs you nothing, nor to take our
treatment If we fail to effect a cure.
We make an agreement to this effect.
UNIVERSAL CANCER CURE CO
W. H. Curtis, Bus. Mgr.
Rooms 9-10, 225% west Main Sst.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
S. A. NORTON
Attomey-at-Lftw, Oklahoma City
General practice in state and federal
courts. Office 14 1-2 N. Harvey.
Phones: Office 1778
Aid Cabinet \
Anticeptic Healing Oil.
We guarantee these to be the \
strongest and best stock foods V
ann remedies on the market, f
On Sale in all First Class
THE SOUTHWESTERN \
STOCK FOOD CO.
719 N. OKLAHOMA AVE.,
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.
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Simms, P. R. The Moore Messenger. (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 20, 1911, newspaper, April 20, 1911; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109194/m1/2/: accessed September 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.