The Moore Messenger (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 31, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
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Housel-Barron Shoe Co's.
of Men's, Ladies and
Just Bought at
Coverdale & Campbell
The Lion Store
At 40c on the Dollar
Going on Sale
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
This Will Be the Greatest Sale
of Shoes Ever Given. Prices
will Make It. Come for Bargains
210 WEST MAIN STREET
HANGING OSTRICH PLUME
HARRY C. ADAMS
For County Surveyor
Harry C. Adams, for surveyor, is a
young man who has mad<; good. He
has an excellent training for engin-
eering work, being a graduate of l'er-
due University, considered the best
technical school in the country. He
has had practical experience in rail-
| road and street car line surveying and
during the past term has proven thor-
oughly competent and has given the
taxpayers complete satisfaction as a
| public official.—Political Adv.
In a large family, where there are
many children, much loss of time and
annoyance is saved if, before putting
stockings into the wash each week,
each person will tack the two stock-
ings of each pair at the hems, says
Suburban Life. There is no trouble
in trying to mate them afterward, as
each person may use a different col*
If it falls below her knees so much the better for Its modlshness;
nd when the breezes blow too strenuously. It may be twisted around
her neck to make a becoming feather boa. For this is the last whim
of Paris in the way of hat feathers—the dernier cri in millinery. If one
has to economize a trifle a long plume may hang from the back of the
hat; if expense is absolutely no object there is no reason why it should
not encircle tl e hat before starting on its downward journey. The plume
pictured here is a soft, rich green shade and is attached to one of the
stiff brimed derby shapes of black velvet.
For the Position of County
Clerk it wquiw a man in the prime
of life -one who has plenty of energy,
trood business ability and sound judg-
Bob Parman has these qualifications
—■vof® *r>r him.
PRETTY TIES AND JABOTS
May Be Made at Home From Four-
Inch Wide Black and White
Satin Ribbon Ends.
Smart ties can be made from black
and white satin ribbon four inches
wide. A good-looking jabot is made
from a six-inch 6trip of three-inch rib-
bon in soft satin, with check or dot.
Round the bottom edge with inch silk
fringe, and across the top put a satin
butterfly bow in the same shade. This
bow may have double loops on each
side without ends, or can have two
loops and two ends, the latter pointed
and finished with a small tassel.
For quite young girls this model is
prettily made of plaid ribbon, with
black fringe and a black bow.
A stiff, rather formal effect is had
from a jabot of white satin two j
inches wide at the top and four and a
half inches at the bottom, which is cut
straight across at the end. and that
reaches to the bust line. The upper
part is drawn stiffly over two straight
stiff loops an inch and a half on either
side. An inch and a half from the bot-
tom put a two-inch band of filet lace
Insertion, and above it three crocheted
buttons, one above the other. This
Jabot is especially attractive in vivid
green satin, with ecru lace banding
and small gilt buttons.
Finest Soft Flour
Flxtra High Blended Flour
Hard Wheat Standard Flour
Sold Everywhere by the Best Grocers
Oklahoma City Mill <i [levator Co. Okla. City
IN THE LATEST MODE
I Hats Trimmed Free!
Hand Blocked Vel-
vet Shapes, five dif-
i$3.00 Kabo Corsets $1.00
EH R LI C H'S
Sample Millinery and Corset Parlors :j:
128 ■ j W. Main St.— Upstairs
Coiffure de Soiree of Brilliant* and
• Black Feather.
THE OLD RELIABLE
NATIONAL DENTAL PARLORS
Our Business Grows by the Recommennation of Our Patrons
We give the best work for the most reasonable fee and guarantee
each and every one satisfaction. If you have failed to get a good
fitting plate in the past, call and see us. Our Double Suction Anchor-
age never allow a plate to drop ir the mouth Clip this ad from your
paper, it is worth $1.00 in trade, ir your bill amounts to more
Full Set Teeth 4.oo
Bridge Work 3 oo
Silver Filling 50
Gold Crown, !2k *3 00
Gold Filling fi.oo Up
Cleaning Teeth 50
We are the originator* of painless dentistry by an application to
the gums only known to ourselves. Our success over all other den-
tists for the past 15 years has been due entirely to the high grade of
dentistry perfected in our office.
NATIONAL DENTAL PARLORS
135 1-2 West Main St. 2nd Eloor Oklahoma City
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Simms, P. R. The Moore Messenger (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 31, 1912, newspaper, October 31, 1912; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109273/m1/2/: accessed February 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.