The Moore Messenger (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 31, 1912 Page: 5 of 8
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;I, , .w _ V reed to Move. ale Now On
l. Continues to January 1st — HUtiRY!
r or Treasurer
Duke, having settled Its townsito
fight, has Joined In thu slogan "2,000
people In 1915." Here's hoping she'll
One hundred trustees of tho state
reformatory at fJranlte are being used
to assist in gathering the coton crop
in that vicinity.
Don't worry about a market for
katircorn. Raise all you can. Buyers
will be in evidence to take all you
want to dispose of.
Up in the panhandle counties, many
of the farmers are going into wheat
sowing with a vengeance. What has
been planted is up and looks fine.
In Quality and Price That
You Cannot Afford to
Overlook. Don t Forget
Our Styles are Right
$2.50 and $3.00
JMMML MUX , •.
310 W. GRAND AVE.
'•V, ' '
Styles the Best
BETWEEN HARVEY AND HUDSON
About Your Teeth
My dentistry pleases the most exacting
because it's painless and because it
will comfortably do the work of per-
fect natural teeth. I deliver the goods
and you s«e j«st what you are getting
before you pay your money. That's
different from promises.
Quality is my boast.
Dr. J. T. Hedges
212' . W. Main Stret. Phone 454C
BOYS WILL BE BOYS
That is the reason in in stalling our Hovs Department, ^e
selected the very best mateiral and workmanship that can
he put into a garment.
Clothes that will stand the wear and tear of ROY I,IFF..
Either at school or play the Boy is properly clad when he
has one of our "Widow Jones" ALL-WOOL SUl I S.
Finding that I am slightly OVERSTOCKED in Bovs
Clothing: For SATURDAY, NOV. 2, I allow a special DIS-
COUNT OF 25 PER CENT. OFF on all Boys' Clothing.
Bring the Boy—We Furnish the SUIT
for Men and
Yo rne Men
113 W. Grand
SAM. HARRIS, Prop.
Julia Clifford, (the princess Stepha-
nie of Halaria) accompanied by her
royal escort, a retinue of seventy-five,
which includes the famous chorus of
forty haikaneso Beauties, is making a
tour of America. After reigning su-
preme in London for one entire year
and at the Herald Square and Casino
Theatres. New York. "The Balkan
Princess" is meeting with royal ova
Patrons of the Folly this week have
an opportunity of seeing what is ex-
pressed as being a flawless program.
There are no weak spots in this week's
bill, every act Is a good strong one
Taken as a whole few bills will be
seen this season to surpass it.
"Winning a Queen" presented by the
C.ard« n Vincent company of six peo-
ple and the Four Casting Campbells,
are two of the best numbers and are
being well received. Wolf and Ze
delhi; De Shields and Morrow; The
Sssihs yodelers ud Kl Bafto the con-
versational trickster, are other popu-
"The White Sister," a dramatization
of the F. Marion Crawford novel pre
sented by North Brothers at th«* Met-
ropolitan last night is a real revela
tion in stock company productions.
The acting of Miss (lenevieve Rus-
sell in the role of Oiovanna, a sister
of the Dominican order, probably sur
passes that of any of her remarkable
roles this season, as It is in this kind
of part that her ability is shown more
than in the lighter roles
Jack Marvin as Captain Severi. the
lover, has hardly been seen to better
advantage since his arrival in Okla
homa City. Miss Anna Brandt looked
and acted well the part of Madame
Bernard and Orval Spurrier was very
well received In the role of the ga!
lions in the principal cities of tho
Cnited States. She will hold her first
reception in this city on Thursday
October 31, and will sojourn but for
three performances. Most of the come-
dians, comediennes and song birds who
have been identified with her merry
reign in the Metropolis will be in at-
tendance in regal raiment on this
gala festival night at the Overholser
Invitations ranging in prices from fifty
cents to two dollars will be issued at
the box on request.
A1 H. Wilson, the celebrated German
dialect comedian and singer, opened
his season at Ford's C.rand opera
house. Baltimore. Md., September 2.
in new song-adorned comedy, "It
Happened in Potsdam," and received a
hearty greeting from enthusiastic au-
diences the entire week. The press
was unanimous in declaring that his
present vehicle is one of the most
satisfactory he has ever appeared in
as It is a constant mine of laughter
from beginning to end. The new songs
introduced during the action met with
considerable success and proved a
most enjoyable feature. They are en-
titled, "Loves Me—'Loves Me Not,"
•My Lady Fair," "The Twilight Call,'
"Loves of Bygone Days" and "Songs
of Fatherland." At the Overholser.
November 2 and 3.
"THE GIRL FORM TOKIO."
Under the title of the "Girl From
Tokio," an English version adaptation
of the German farce will be the at-
traction at the Overholser Theatre, for
one performance, November 6. The
farce Is a clean clever and interest-
ing mixture of mirth, comedy and lu-
dicrous situations, resulting from the
! attempt of a husband to hide the
facts of an early love affair from a
jealous wife. It is an old theme per-
haps, but told in an unique and origi-
nal manner with a plot of humorous
interest. It offers one of the most
delightful and amusing of entertain-
Keys ror> e
For Men and Your u Men
Tailored to Order
Ready for Service
Save You a Dollar
Cassius E. Tool, of Edmond, Republi-
can Nominee for County Treasurer
1 came to Edmond in 1901. I was
In tho banking business for several
years and learned two important les-
sons: system and economy, and 1
pledge myself to use both of these if
elected. 1 also propose a more equit-
able distribution of the county funds
and will apportion funds as rapidly as
possible bo that tho 6 per cent war
rants may be paid. I propose a bus-
iness administration of the county
funds, and will appreciate your sup-
port Political Adv.
Kaflrcorn and prosperity are synony
Miss Cora B. Parker, who was to
have conducted a domestic science
class in the Ardmore public schools,
died In Durant while enroute to her
Of All Times Now is the
Time to Buy
Take advantage today of thlB early I'all chance- several hundred
patterns—all imported—all new—Worsteds, Fancy Mixtures, Chev-
Suits to Measure .
Coat and Trousers
Select materials that please and hate your suit made, to your liking—
You can dictate tho details. We will deliver In four days or at your
convenience. If you cannot call, send for Slyle Book and samples.
134 West Main Stukkt
American Efficiency and Its Relation to Women s
American efficiency i> the marvel of the world. Our motor
cars successfully compete with the French in France!—and with
the British in London. One reason for it production on a large
The relation of all that to Tailored Suits is very clear. The
economy of our prices has tho self-same cause—-production on a
large scale. One type of Suit multiplied in manufacturing and sold
on a slender margin of profit.
"But," you say, "I want an exclusive style." W e attend to that
very nicely. We localize the Suit sty les at Kerr's hv having them
CONFINED to us in Oklahoma. OUR TAILORS SELL TO NO
The embarrassment of meeting yourself on the street will not
occur to you if the suit is bought here.
Pleasing variety—dozens and dozens of charming styles. Not
only different, but possessing the rare and almost priceless quality
$19.75 to $40.00
Serges, cheviots, shaggy and fashionable zibelines and rich,
ruddy Scotch mixtures. Your attention is directed to the excellent
tailoring and the superb linings.
"Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch"
has probably delighted more audiences
since its first staging than any play
seen in Oklahoma City. It has hardly
delighted an audience more thoroughly
than the one at the Lyric last night
when the pathetic and amusing play
was presented by Jack Roseleigh's
own stock company. Special rehears
als were necessary to produce the
play in the manner it was shown last
night. Miss Velma Whitman was seen
at her best In the role of the re-
markable Mrs. Wiggs and Mr. Jossey
appearing for the third time before a
local audience removed all doubt as
to his ability as an actor. The best
possible support was received from
the other members of the company
The winning feature of Mrs. Wiggs is
that it deals with a class of people
who are most interesting but little
known to the general public. The
story is simplicity itself, portraying
the everyday life of tender hearted
beings in the midst of toil and strife.
DAVENPORTS AT BIG REDUCTIONS*
30% TO 40% SAVING fTjpZ5gFI
FOUR MORE DAYS of this Great Sale
Constructed of beautiful golden oak, extra
broad arms, straight or serpentine front and
upholstered in Imperial Spanish leather, largo
and roomy wardrobe underneath. One motion
converts it into a full size bed. <M 7 flK
$22.50 value, like cut, only «J> I I iHJ
A carload of Davepiorts
bought at a big discount
—you get the benefit. You
can save anywhere from
80 to 40 percent. We have
no room except our win-
dows. See them. If you
are going to buy one you
surely will not make the
mistake of failing to rec-
ognize this opportunity.
Examine them this week
and remember a reasona-
ble payment down puts
one in your home.
TERMS TO SUIT!
These Davenports will psy for themselves—One ot
them is equivalent to an extra bedroom In your house
and Is at the same time a magnificent piece of parlor
or library furniture. Full length bed. Upholstered
In Spsnlah imperial leather. The frames are of oak
finished golden oak or fumed, QO/I QC
Duofold Bed Davenport Is one of the neweit and
latest creations In modern up-to-date furniture. It
haa absolutely no appearance of a bed davenport,
and takes up less space than any bed now on the
market. When folded aa a Davenport, it measures
only four feet from end to end. When open as a
bed It measures 4 feet by 6 feet 6 Inches. One
motion easily converts It from a splendid Davenport
to a most comfortable bed, on which one may com-
fortably sleep; a separate set of springs and mat-
$35 Oak; Like Cut $27.85
The upholstering, the finish and construction are all
the very best that money can buy, being manufac-
tured by the world's most famous upholsterers.
Every bed sold Is guaranteed. The frame is made of
solid quarter sawed oak. beautifully finished in either
golden or fumed, also mahogany veneer. It is up-
holstered In guaranteed Spanish Imperial leather.
Mechanism Is simple yet perfect and noiseless. No
bumps or hard spots to sleep on.
$35 Oak; Like Cut HS
221-223 W. GRAND MJI FREIGHT PREPAID
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