The Moore Messenger. (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 25, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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Fair Park Theatre
North Bros. Stock Co.
Tickets on Sale at Westfall's
and Weaver's Drug Stores
Most delightful place in Okla
homa to spend an evening
s. A. HORTON
Attorney-at-Law. Oklahoma Cil>
General practice in state and federal
courts. Office 14 1-2 N. Harvey.
Phones: Office 1778
'OKLAHOMA CUT MARKETS
(Corrected every Wednesday.)
Standard hams 1J^C
Fancy bacon f **c
Dry Halt extras ' c
J Ury salt bellies J 'SC
I Pure lard 1
Dressed steers J"*1-
DresBed cows ® ««■
Dressed veal _
| Dressed mutton * «c
Cut those weeds.
Dr. L. N. Linebaugh was In Britton
Several new families have moved to
llritton this week.
Don't forget that every Tuesday is
Ladies' Day at the Hem. 1 t
The Cem is giving 10c drinks for
5c this week. See their ad.
It. K. Morris was sick Wednesday
and unable to be at his office.
Work on the sewer line south of
(Corrected by Oklahoma Hide Co., ( Britton avenue is progressing.
Wholesale Wool and Hides.) • —
„]t 09 The Sentinel would like to have 4
Green salt buff !!! 07 V* lor i country district correspondents.
Green salt', damaged -05* ^ 8chuck.,-=nce Floral
Dry Hint butcher' 1« l'«rk will soon be ready for the roof.
Dry Hint fallui ■ I McClure attended the bankers
I meeting in Oklahoma City Tuesday af-
Dry Hint damaged 10
Dry salt J4
Dry salt bull 1"
The Sample Stores
Cater to the economist In buying
—that class of buyers recognizing
quality and up to date styles when
placed in a happy combination
with reasonable prices. All the
world loves a bargain and ours Is a
continuous love story. If you will
come up and take a look at our
samples we can prove to your sat-
isfaction that we speak the truth.
We carry the following ready to
wear lines and we are ready to
show vou all that is new and nob-
by in spring styles:
Ladies' and Mens' Shoes
Ladies' Suits, Dresses,Coats
How We Can Do It
Reason 1—We are on the sec
ond floor—that's low rent.
Reason 2—We handle only drum
mers' samples and factory cancel
Head's Sample Shoe Co.
ladies' Sample Suit Co.
Sample Millinery Co.
Take Elevator to Second Foor
Culbertson Hdg., Cor. Grand and
Open 8 to 6; Saturday Evening Tiii
10 P. M.
(Corrected by W. D. Wright Produce
Hens, over 3 lbs per lb 08
Hens, :i lbs. each and under |M>
Broilers, per lb 20
Turkeys, fat, per lb If
Old roosters, per lb O.i
Ducks, per lb ®|®
Geese, per lb 0'
(■ulneas, each 20
♦Eggs per case, rot out .1.00
Butter, per lb 1}
•This sudden drop in eggs was due
to merchants buying them without
candling. For the past week or
more about one-third of the eggs re-
ceived have been unfit for use.
Hay and Grain—Wholesale.
(Corrected by J. E. Lucas, \\ holesale
Feed and Grain Co.)
Corn, per bu $ '''-j
Oats, per bu
Kafllr corn, per 100 lbs
(iood baled hay. per ton $10.00® 12.00
Alfalfa, per ton
Straw, per ton $5.00©6.00
Alfalfa seed, per bu % 8.00
Miss Nellie McClure will leave Sat-
urday for Duncan where she will at-
Mrs. Marker of Orlando, mother of
Mrs. Wagoner, visited in Britton the
lirst of this week.
Mrs. Dr. llalloway and Mrs. Gabe
Fitzhugh of Duncan visited Mrs. J. S.
McClure this week.
Mrs. L J. Fowler, who was hurt in
the street car wreck last week, is
getting along nicely.
Rev. Ed Shanks of Dill City, Okla.,
visited J. S. McClure and H. L. Ful-
lingrtin here this week.
W. A. McMullln was elected clerk
of the Modern Woodmen of America
at their last meeting.
Frank Unsell, traveling salesman of
Oklahoma City, was here Wednesday
calling on our business men.
E. W. Gross, a traveling salesman
of St. Louis, was mingling with our
business Hrms Wednesday.
Here We Are
STAR DENTAL CO.. of 125) 1-2 W.
Main Street, Oklahoma City, will
give you a written guarantee that
their work at their low prices is
far superior to that of other den-
tists at high prices. Our prices
for a short time
Full Set of Teeth $4.00
22k Gold Crowns 2.75
Bridge work - - 2.75
Porcelain Crowns 2.75
Amalgam Fillings .25
Teeth Cleaned - .50
Remember our w rk is strictly painless
129 1-2 W. Main St.
When you come to us don't make
a mistake and go elsewhere.
Wholesale Fruits and Produce.
(Corrected by Orth-Klefeker-Wallace |
Apples -Genetens, small but sound,
per box, $2.00; fancy genetens, box,
$2.r>0; winesaps, small, sound, |2.7.>. i
Bananas, per cwt., $3.50.
Cabbage, per cwt., $2.00.
Chili pepper, per lb., 30c.
Chill beans, genuine Melcan, Bayou
beans, per lb., 8c.
Checkers, per case of 100, $3.u0.
Checkers, half case, $1.75.
Dates, fancy khadrawee, 7c.
Garlic, per lb., 10c.
Limes, per basket, $1.25; live-basket
Lemons, fancy "Sunkist, $4.25.
Oranges—Fancy 80-flii size, $2.7-j;
100-112-1211 size, $3.00; 150 size, $3.2.p;
176-200-210 size, $3.50; 250-288-324
Onions—Fancy wax, >0-11). crate,
$2.00; yellow. 50-lb. crates, $2.00.
Potatoes—Burbanks, per bu„ $1.00;
! Kings, per bu., $1.00; Rurals, 9;jC.
Pop corn, per cwt., $4.00.
! Honey—Fancy California comb,
case, $3.50; in five-case lots, $3.40.
Figs—25-lb. box, fancy layer, $2..>0;
25-lb. box, choise layer, $2.2.>; 10-lb.
! box fancy 3-row, $1.00.
Beans, wax, per bu., $2.25; green,
j per bu., $2.25.
Squash, per basket, $1..>0.
l'eas, per bu„ $2.25.
Hrazile, per lb., 13c.
Chestnuts, per lb., 10c.
Filberts, per lb., 13e.
Walnuts, per lb., 20c.
Pecans, per lb., 12c.
Peanuts—No. 1 raw, 7c: No. 1 roast-
ed, !)c; No. 1 Spanish shelled, 10c.
Ice Cream cones—Per case of 50
cartons, $30.00; per carton (100 cones
lo carton), 60c.
Thumps the Doc.
Voltaire despised doctors, and, like
Macbeth, thought It well to "throw
physic to the dogs." The French au-
thor once said: *A physician is a man
who pours drugs of which he knows
little into the body of a man of which
he knows less."
Reports of serious damage from
j chinch bugs were received by the
state board of agriculture the past
week from Vera in Washington coun-
ty. Some slight reports of the same
sort have been received before but
1 this is the first where conditions seem
to be serious. State Entomologist C.
E. Sanborn of Stillwater will be asked
to make an investigation. Professor
Sanborn will also be requested to in-
vestigate the appearance of the San
Jose scale at El Reno. A letter re-
ceived by the board from Mayor P.
P. Duffy of that city says that the pest
Is attacking a very large number of
shade trees there.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Stiepan of North |
Oklahoma attended the dedication of
the .Methodist church here Sunday.
Water is getting scarce in Britton
and the citizens of our little city are
netting anxious to try that deep well.
The Knights and Ladies of Security
lodge meets the 1st and 4th 1uesda>
nights in each month instead of every j
Wednesday night as heretofore.
A B. Wilson of Muskogee and C. F.
Wilson of Oklahoma City, brothers of
Mrs. Will T. Davis of the Gem, were
here visiting this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Calvin of Ok-
lahoma City were here this week look-
ing for a house to rent. They will
probably move to Britton soon.
The Ladies Aid of the Christian
church will serve strawberries and
cream and cake at the Christian
church Friday evening, May 26th.
R. R. Morris had a number of
friends visit him last Sunday from
the city and they all attended the ded-
ication exercises at the Methodist
BEGINNING TODAY—CONTINUING THE WEEK
AN IMPORTANT SALE OF SUITS
In pursuance of our established policy of clearing excess stock
while the merchandise concerned is still thoroughly in style, we
have assembled for selling today and the remainder of the week
four of perhaps the best value-lines ever featured in the Suit De-
partment of Brock's.
We want it understood that these garments are worthy ot
much higher prices today than those which we quote for clear-
ance, even through the season has advanced somewhat, for some
of them will go for considerable less than half former value.
SSLi' Now Priced at $12.50
Early shoppers will find among these suits a range of style complete with
serges, storm serges, wide wale diagonal cloths and other materials, ( reams
In plain or pencil stripes; Copenhagen, tan, leather, gray and navy. Styles
with notched collars, or trimmed and braided.
Now Priced at $16.75
We have just two dozen of the suits at $16.75 and they consist ot hand-
some mixtures in tans and grays; French and storm serges in navy, tan and
cream. Plain tailored, or with deep roll collars and cuffs. A line full of ex-
Now Priced at $19.50
The suits of (his line are mostly cream serges. You may select fancy
models with long shawl collars, or those with wide braiding. Some too, are
made with sailor collars with ties. The few dark suits are of navy and tan
with black bands of satin as trimmings. The variety of style effects com-
mends this line to the most particular.
Now Priced at $23.50
Of these suits at $23.50 we have exactly ten, but the extremely low sale
price should be sufficient to rally a throng of thrifty women even though
there are only a few. The range includes elegant models in tans, creams,
black and white checks, navy and mixtures. Eton or straight coats may be
preferred, with wide square sailor collars hand embroidered or of fancy con-
trasting material. Yes—formerly worth to $60 each.
Visitors to the city are
at all times welcome to
the comforts of our
Meet your friends at
Brock's in the Rest
215-Zlb MAIN ST.
Visitors to the city are
at all times welcome to
the comforts of our
Meet your friends at
Brock's in the Rest
The advantage of our fine and large equipment. It means we give
thorough and prompt attention to your order for any kind or style of
glasses desired at
Eyes Examined Broken Lenses Duplicated.
Matthew Ross McVey
110 Main Street
Oklahoma City, - - Oklahoma
See the display ad of the Roberts-
Knox Co., advertising Mexico land in
this issue. A. Stiepan is their local
agent in llritton and will be pleased
to tell you all about this land. Call
and see him.
Will T. Davis of the Gem lias had
his summer garden screened in and
a cement floor put down in same, and
if you are looking for a cool spot you
can find it here. Mr. Davis spares no
trouble in making patrons of the Gem
Members of the I. O. O. F. lodge
are requested to meet at the hall,
Tuesday, May 30th at 10 A. M. to
march to the cemetery, this being Dec-
oration Day. There are several graves
to be cleaned and decorated.—C. T.
Wm. Hulloway, living on Spring
creek north of Britton, was a pleas-
ant caller at the Sentinel office Wed-
nesday. Mr. Hulloway says the farm-
ers in his neighborhood are still able
to carry a pleasant smile regardless
of the dry weather.
! Mr. Art Reading and father visited
at Mr. Trulove's last Monday.
Mr. Aura Miller had the misfortune
to have a wagon run over his foot
j two weeks ago and has not recovered
i Mr. Heald, who drives the wagon
for the University Heights school, of- I
I fered one dollar as a prize to the best
behaved child on his route. Miss Ed-
i na Knapp received the dollar.
Mrs. Herman Benne was called to
Oklahoma City last Tuesday to attend
1 the funeral of her cousin, Mrs. Ryan s
infant, who departed from this world
J after a short stay of two hours.
Mr. Alson of this place, who was
with the commercial boosters club, lias
been royally entertained at Gaines
ville, Texas and numerous towns of
Oklahoma during his trip.
The Spring Creek nine were victor-
I ious again last Sunday. They beat
j the Newton nine ten to seven. The
ladies are trying to devise some plan
to enlarge their caps. There is great
, danger of expansion as they have not
been beaten so far.
Mr. Eves and family visited Mr.
Kretner's near Piedmont last Friday.
Mrs. Olive llagan, who is a sister to [
I Mrs. Eves, arrived at her parent's |
I home from California that morning. J
She will visit Mr. Kremers and Mrs. ,
Eves and then go to Iowa to visit
The Babies Came, Too.
Babies at home receptions are
among the novelties in the way of en-
tertaining, having been introduced in-
to London by I.ady Pembroke. Moth-
ers, all of whom had titles, came
with their babies, the nurses carrying
them into the rooms, where they were
handed over to the mothers, who were
obliged to hold them themselves for a
time at least.
Thanks. f Doing the Best One Can.
"An authoress can be a lady and I Probably the best way to manage
she must have brains. An actress is j home affairs is to be straight ahead
all the better for not being a lady, and doing the best we can, regardless ot
she doesn't need brains."—From "Let-
ters From Fleet Street."
Len Wallace, colored, who was ar-
rested several days ago charged with
stealing meat trom refrigerator cars
on the Rock Island, pleaded guilty in
the superior court at McAlester and
■was given a sentence of three years
in the penitentiary.
Zeke Adams was in Pauls Valley
a few days ago and had with him
a very peculiar looking piece of cop-
per, probably an ornament or coin
used by the Indians in bygone days.
He plowed it up and after polishing
it some, found it to be very neatly
engraved with Indian and papoose on
one side but no lettering. There is
nothing on it to indicate its age.
other folks' opinion.
'In establishing this institution
which we now dedicate to the noble
girls and women of this state, the
state is twice blessed. Blessed in
i what it gives; and blessed in that
which It shall receive in return." With
1 the above words closing the dedica-
tory address of Justice Samuel W.
Hayes of the Oklahoma supreme
court, the dedication exercises of the
Oklahoma Industrial Institute and
College for girls came to a close last
The Finishing Touch
Correct Shoes add the fin-
ishing touch to the appear-
ance of a well dressed
person. No matter how
well you may be dressed
otherwise, if your Shoes
are not right the desired
appearance is not to be
had. Any of the Shoes
mentioned below will add
the desired finish,
For The Men
We offer you a selection from the lines ot
RALSTON HEALTH, FELLOWCRAFT
& STEADFAST Pumps and Oxfords in
Tans, Gun Metal, Patent and Vicis in lasts
that FIT YOUR FEET.
Prices Range from
93.50 to 95.00
Have You Seen Our Showing of $2
For The Women
Such lines as SELB\, ARMS TRONG
and DOROTHY DODD are here in
Pumps and Oxfords in every new
last and in all the new leathers and White
92.50 to 95.00
.50 and $3.00 Oxfords For Men?
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Simms, P. R. The Moore Messenger. (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 25, 1911, newspaper, May 25, 1911; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109199/m1/4/: accessed November 23, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.