The Moore Messenger (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 27, 1913 Page: 4 of 8
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"/:^tJtwiid^U^ihe^Po tofflce"at "oklahoma City,
*—~ "giUBSCRl PTION^KaYes.
Shabby Clothes Cause
of Many Divorce Suits
By MARIE C. TEMPLETON
d Shabby Clothes Cause v„im'n, ..i .inui, Kian •«,
Jl c \ h rv - C.how interesting ii would be
if there were some records
to show the pressure which
broke the tirsl if land of the
marriage tie in each instance. Unquestionably, in moat rises respect
disappeared before hue's reign was endangered. The average love will not
stand unless supported by respect. If this be true, it follows that eiuli
of the women who lost love first lost rrspeet, even though it inav have
seemed to every one except the husband that "lie was entitled to liih com-
What aide of the woman does the husband see that is hidden from
the world? 1 can tell you. He Byes the side that does not care about
a^pearanii'S. He sees the side that is not expecting company and is not
trying to make an impression, lie sirs the negligee side, and it is a strong
love that will survive some women's negligee.
No matter how sweet her character ami disposition, what woman can
command her husband's respect when she appears before him in Ittiy
attire. Helen in n soiled kimono would have silenced forever the muses
that sang her praise; I leopatra in a bathrobe and disheveled hair would
have excited no admiration. Venus might have been presentable without
corsets, but there are very few present-day women who can take that
So tiie tirst assault upon love by the woman is. many times, just this.
She dresses for outsiders and counts her husband 1111 insider. Instead of
her husband being preferred company, he is common company. Husbnnd,
m turn, awaltens to the fact that his w ife is not the dainty, lovely creature
he bad pictures in his mind. He is obliged to make a new mental pic-
ture, and that new one is not nenrlv so favorable or
flattering as the old. When he thinks of her it is
quite possible that the kimono-bathrobe-frowsy-tham-
bling-slipper picture will be photographed in his
mind, and he is not to be blamed if lie tries to firu'et
No matter what her character may be. slir Un-
earned loss of respect, and Ihe seriousness of thti loss
only depends upon her husbands sensitiveness. II
he has an eye for the beautiful and harmon ion she
has pained him irreparably. If lie is not olTcn l' I by
the sight of a negligent woman, particularly when that
woman is his wife, then he did not have a v'i'e;i' deal
of reapert for women to begin with.
Women who think that home appearance* .1.. not
count are walking in the direction of the divorce curl,
and it is not for ine to say that the man is always
si s K
up nil amazing
trimmed with crochet
summer dress of
Time of Arrival and Departure
from Oklahoma City
SANTA FE—NORTH HOUND.
IS—For Karns* City. Colo, and Cal
Kanua City an.! Chicago Kxprraa...
IS— Kanaaa City and
C.. Chicago, Colo, and Cal. Flyer.
SANTA FE—SOUTH BOUND
IS—For Pun-ell rSSpra
IT—T« a K«pr* « 12:10pni
4A5—Trxaa Kiprwa Ill* «m j
111—Ti a >U« #15 am
, 7:21 ib
4 .30 aa
3 50 pm
, T :2« pm
FOR ALU SKIN TROUBLES.
Dry Zeusul and Moist Zeusat for ihe two distinct tjpes of Eczema.
—ou sale by—
Owl Drug Store, Capitol Hill. Spencer Drug Co.. Spencer. Okla.
Britton Pharmacy. Britton, Okla. L. Stansbury, Newalla, Okla.
Era Drug Store. Moore Okla.
Cottrnor, from Mu<ko|rt and llonnrtt.. 7 10 air j
#—Meteor, from 8t. Louis S:50am|
111—Meteor, fr- m Kantaa City :S0am|
tOS—Eaatrru Kipreaa, from Lawton 10:5«am
10—Limited, from (Juaiuh S 15 pm
407—Limited, from 8t. Loula 4:40 pm
•—Limited, for polnta weal 10:15am
40A—l.ltuiled, for HI. Loula litfSam
l,)_M,.teor. for St. Lmile...., 4:40pm
4#7—Eipreaa, f>.r lawton S:00pm
J)S—Meiaor. for Kansaa City 7:10 pm
411—4Jo\crnor. for Mu«ko«e« and Monitt 11:20 pm
BOCK ISLAND— WKST BOUND.
Ttie C.tllfornlan. Mempldi to
K1 Fa an an<l California 8:22 jm 6:32 am
The Mlaaoti'lan. Oklahoma Cltf,
Kanaaa City and 8ayr« 8:15 am
Mc Alester to l'.l Meno 10.55 am II:00 am
Memphla to Amarlllo and th«
Firefly. Okla. City to K. C 6:15 am T:15pm
Oklnl'oma Cltjr to Fort Worth
and Dallaa. fte El neno 10:00 pm
BOCK ISLAND—EAST BOUND.
Amarlllo to Memphis 7.55 am # :50 am
From the Mangum Line, Omaha
and local polnta north of El
Beno 1:10 pm
The Callfortdan. from California
and El 1'ai" i :10 pm 8:20 pm
From Hanna* City and Wichita.. 10:30pm
El Beno to McAlester, connec-
tion from K. C. and Chicago.. 12:30 am 12:10 am
MISSOURI. KANSAS * TKXAS.
Use the Interurban in coming to
The Interurban Linea of this Company reach Kdmonil, Moore. ^ ukor.
and kl Rene*. Hourly service is given from all these points to Oklahoma
City. Cheap fares, frequent service and warm, comfortable cars are
offered you. /
The Oklahoma Railway Company takes pleasure in setting aside its
splendid transportation facilities for your entertainment and enjoyment
while in the city.
Cars of Oklahoma Linos reach all points of interest in and around
Oklahoma City and you can visit them qtfickly, comfortably and int xprn
mvcIv. \monk the points of interest you should surely visit are Wheeler
Park. Helle Isle. Central State Normal at Edmond, and pur enormous
Packing Plants, and line residence district.
Take advantage of your stay in Oklahoma City
with its numerous points of interest.
Bhnwnee and Texaa
Kl freight north, except Sunday*
Part nv Joptln. Bt. Loula
Muskogee. K. C., St. Loula....
Shawnee and Texas .>••
21—From Kanaaa City and St. LouU..
um Shawnee and Texa*
16—From Kanaaa City and Bt. Loula..
. T 42 am
. 7:50 am
. 11:00 pm
. 7:05 pm
I First Published March l-> •1)
notice of publication
Slate of Oklahoma, oklahoma I'ounty, «h.
In the Superior Court of Said County.
Marie G. Hawkins, Plaintiff,
Said defendant. Harry Hawkins, will
take notice that lie has been sued in the
above named court for a divorce on the
grounds <>f gross neglect of duty and
abandonment and you. sal<l defendant,
I must answer the petition filed therein
, by said plaintiff on or before the iMth
i day of April, lain. or said petition will
HOW TO HAVE ROSY CHEEKS NEW ANO POPULAR FABRICS
plaintiff" willf bearenderedK accordingly.
Attest: HAROLD 1-KB. Clerk.
By W. E. VANCE, Deputy.
Msny Things Better Than Ice, Though That They L«nd Themselves to the u ,, cARDWEbU.
That Will Temporarily Give the Graceful Draperies Demanded Is . Attorney f"t- IMalnUfT.
Glow Desired. Their Recommendation. J , First l'ublished March 13 :T)
The use of Ice as a cosmetic Is ad• Tha touch of th
Its results in many I noticed In the spring siylea requires
•ocated by many
ga e are not lasting.
There may be some virtue In Ice
when a woman wants to make her
cheeks rosy for a short while. She can
prepare soft pads, lay them on ice un-
til they are very cold, then on the
cheeks; they draw the blood to the
surface and give a rosy tint. Cold
water Is better, however, when it
comes to the question of making flabby
muscles tighten to a normal condition,
and the toilet vinegar is better still:
such muscles need something that will
tone them permanently, not just for
the moment. To apply ice to the skin
that has been expoued to the wind is
all wrong; cold cream, left on half an
hour first; then warm water and a
good soap; then very cold water to
finish with and cold cream rubbed in,
with a spray of toilet vinegar last, is
the method that answers best for
flaccid muscles.—Philadelphia Tele-
Blame for the Unclean
Song and Story
By Katherine A. Driscoll, Chicago
Who is to hlanie for the
erotic novel ami tli" suggrc-
ti\e song? No one in the
worltl is go much to blaine
as the reading public. We
create the demand for this
kind of reading ami the
writer and publisher supply the demand. As soon as the public refuses to
pay money for vicious slories and songs with an unclean suggestion, just
so soon shall we force such works off the market.
The publisher who brings forth a book that can find no resting place
in an>- public library or within the confines of an/ decent home is a crimi-
nal at heart. He cares nothing at all for the great harm l:e does. With
him it is a commercial matter. ^ hat is true of him is true of the w riter.
And we, the readers, encourage them.
We need moral uplift in our reading matter. We need men and
women of clean thought and clean expression to write our songs and stories.
We as readers, need to turn our backs on the tilthv and vile when
there is so much that is fine on the market.
FOR THE EVENING
I State of Oklahoma, Oklahoma
Oriental that Is in the District Court fur und
County and State.
. S. Harris, Plaintiff,
Game of Checkers
Not Child's Play
By P. J. EVERINGHAM
I wonder how our chivk-
er enthusiasts those who '
Know a little about the sci- j
litilit* side of the game and I
who realize its sterling qual- |
itiet* feel when they *«•« j
their favorite game placed |
next to some building bloiks or a toy doll in a >h«>p window, or m *>ni" ;
premium book or catalogue Bee the game . Inssilusl among fhii.lren *
In other wavs checkers has become confounded with children'* amuse
ments and has caused so many people to think tiiat ii i .1 1 d *
and to treat it with contempt.
Of all things, checkers is not a child's gani. Man. contcn
no one should attempt to learn the game until ! • is over fourteen
requires great skill and is not won by luck, as most card games are.
Checkers is believed to be the predecessor of chess, and >
intellectual equal if not the superior of chess.
There are dozens of books on checkers, besides several magazines
.devoted exclusively to it. Every newspaper has a column for checkers.
that a fabric be us« d which lends U- , .... mm
self readily to graceful drapery. One . M®£Jd,C jame8a,N.' bimiand.'> James n
particularly adaptable material is Noble, .1 i>. Noble, Mary c. Noble,
etamlne, which Is more popular this . Harvey.sieph^nJennl, S.ephens and
spring than it has been for several The said Defendants. Mrs. Mary
KctRonM Thu rnhns nf hnnddrawn ttllllland, Mary c. Ollllland, .lames
beusona. Hie robeb or nanaarawn oini)an4i* jumes 1 . Noble, J. 1*. Noble.
etamlne are truly beautiful. The Mary c. Noble, Harvey Stephens and
drawn-work appear# in bands of giad- , ■^"'g^^Jn.ued'lly O^'k Halrt.,"""
uated widilis, forming a very hand- tnat they must appear and answer
somt border for the robe. A narrow i petition of O. S. Harris, on or before
band of drawn-work Is done along the
opposite wlge of the material to be
used for the smaller trimmings. These
etamines come la all the vivid shades
that are to be so much used.
Among the silks, fluer de sole, a
new form of taffeta w ith an extremely
soft finish, falls in the most graceful
lines. It comes in very new and un-
usual tones, in both plain and figured
surfaces. The floral designs that ap-
pear 011 many of these new silks seem
somew hat stiff at first sight, but one
soon realizes how very well suited
they are to the period costumes so
affected by our best gowned women.
Some of the new patterns now in
j petition of O. 8. Hai
ihe 25th -lay of April. 1U13, ..r th
nations of said petition \vlll be taken
, as true, and judgment will be rendered,
f in accordance with the prayer thereof
' against Mrs. Mary C. CJl 11 iland and
I James N. GUIlland. for ihe sum
$630.64, together with interest ther
from the 1st day of March, 15*13, until
; paid, at the rat.- f 10 per cent per an-
THE SANITARY MILL
Oklahoma City Mill & [levator Co.
Made from clean wheat, in a clean mill, by and for
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Every sack guaranteed. Try it at our risk.
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ns, lawnmowers— everything that ever needs oiling in your home
W omce. No crease. No acid. A little 3-in-One on a soft cloth cleans ,
and polishes perfectly all veneered or varnished furniture and woodwwj . ,
rSprinkled on a yard of black cheesecloth it makes an ideal Dustleis Dustin? Lloth.
3-in-One absolutely prevents ruil on gun barrels, auto fixtures, bath room
fixtures, gas ranges, everything metal, indoors or out, in any climate, it sinks
into the unseen metal pores and forms a protecting "overcoat which oil
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One Dictionarv of hundreds ot uses.
3-in-One is sold in all good stores in 3-size bottles: 10c (1 ox.), 25c (3 0z.),
50c (8 oz., pint). Also in new patented Handy Oil Can, 25c (3/fc 02.).
vogue are exact copies of pome of
those used In FYance at the time of
the empire.—Pittsburgh Dispatch.
A new train seen lately consisted of
two train* each quite separate, and
ending in points. A very lovely even-
ing drens of deep orange charrneuse
had this new double tail. One was 01
the orange charrneuse, and van Just : j "fw'and
and a further and an additional
sum of $63.00, as an attorney's fee. and
a further judgment will *> rendered,
foreelntsing ihe mortgage <>f said plain-
tiff on property In oklahoma County,
State >>t Oklahoma, to-wit: Lot Six <6>
in Section Twenty (20>, Township Twelve
«12• North. Range Two (2) West of In-
dian Meridian, containing 14.22 acres to
pay certain mortgage Indebtedness, evi-
denced by two notes --f Mrs. Mary C.
Ollllland and James N. Ollllland. exe-
cuted on the 2Mb day of May, 1911, for
the sum of $530.00, together with in-
terest thereon, and attorney's fees, as
above set out. and said mortgage will
be declared to be a tirst lien on said
premises, superior and paramount to the
right and interest of either of the de-
WITNESS my hand and seal of this
Court at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, ihis
12th day of March. l'J13.
SE-\L THOS. E. KIRFH, Clerk
Clerk of District Court.
By O. 11. OIDDINGS, Jr.,
Jno. H. Shirk and H. L. Danner, At-
torneys lor IMaintiff.
The Model Drug and Jewelry Co.
129 Weat Grand Ave.
SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK:
1847 Roger Bros. Knives and Forks --$3.50
1847 Roger Bros. Teaspoons — $1.50
1847 Roger Bros. Tablespoons •- $3.00
Alarm Clocks 75c Sterling Silver Thimbles, 10c
20 per cent Discount on all Drugs and Sundries.
Prescriptions a Specialty.
(First l'ublished March 13—3T)
An evening Qown of black liberty
j satin veiled with black mallne em-
broidered with jet. The tunlque I,
i finished by two rufflea of accordeon
Sleeve, for Day Wear.
Kor d y wear the aleeTe of the mo-
ment 1, long and rather tight and may
be loose at both elbow and jhoulder
continuation of the dress Itself. 1h
second train was of iemoivoolored
mousseline^e-sole. and started from a
drapery at the waist, which came
down one side and round the back ol
the frock, falling Into a train the ex
act size and shape of the satin one.
I When well down this has a very pret-
ty as well as a very novel effect.
Aids th. Complexion.
The complexion seems to be the
only thing which benefits from damp
weather One of the reasons for the
fresh and colorful skins of English
girls Is said to be the fogs and mists
that sweep over Britain from the sea
Moisture holds the dust prisoner—
complexions. Besides that, moisture
while It does not prevent wrlnkleB
does not produce them; at\d excessive
ly dry climates are always productlvt |
of excessively wrinkled skins.
For wear beneath the Oriental neg
llgee there is a special Oriental com-
bination garment of brassiere and pet
tlcoat. This I, what the garment
really is. though at first glance It ap
pears to be a winding affair of fine
fabric and lacy trimming which twists
around the figure from shoulder t'.
The Greek draperies Introduced
through the winter are so charming
that nobody will relinquish them, a
any rate for evening wear.
Myron N. Piety, IMaintiff,
S. H. Jamison, Mary E. Jami
Jamison, Ciydla Jamison, an
The said defendants. S. H. Jamison.
Mary B. Jamison. Alma Jamison. Olydiu
Jamison, and Roscoe Jamison, will take
notice that they have been sued by the
above named plaintiff. Myron N. Piety,
and that they must appear and answer
the petition -if the said plaintiff on or
before the 25th day of April. 1913, r
the allegations "t said iwtiti.-n will be
taken as true, and judgment will be ren-
dfred In accordance with the prayer
thereof, against S H. Jamison and Mary
Iv Jamison, for the sum of $703.94, to-
; gether with interest thereon from the
j 1st day of March, 1 !♦ 1 n, until paid, at the
i rate of 10 per cent per annum.
further and an additional sum of $70.00,
as an attorney's f* «\ and a further judu-I
ment will be rendered, foreclosing the
Stat<> of Okla-
homa. described as follows, toAvit: I>ot
Twentv (2f' in Block Eleven (11), Phil-
lips .Meads East Side Addition to Okla-1
homa City, Oklahoma, to pay a certain
mortgage indebtedness, as evidenced by
a note of S. II. Jamison and Mary E
Jamison, made March 15th. IMS. for the
sum >>f $64*.80. together with interest,
and attorney's fees. That said note is
<lue and payable and there is now due
thereunder, the sum of $7« '. ''i, together
with interest thereon, from March 1.
1M1S. until paid, at the rate "f lft per
cent per annum, and $7 .00 additional I
as attorney's fee. and that th«* cove-
nants in the mortgage securing th« pay-
ment of said note, have been broken, and
that said mortgage is subject t-- fore-
closure. and same will be deelar< 1 to
be a tlrst lien on said premises. - ipe-
rior and paramount to the riRht an! in-1
terest of either of the defendants h< - in. I
WITNESS my hand and seal of - *id
court at Oklahoma City. Oklahoma, ti is
12th day of March. 1913.
SEAL. THOS. E. KIRBT, Cler
Clerk of IMstrb-t Court
By G. II. OIDDINGS. Jr.
Jno H. 9h rV ->nd H. I*. Danner , attur-1
neys for Plaintiff#.
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for the well-developed woman. —(
?he Elastine Gores '
in the corset relieve all strain,
and allow freedom and comfort in
W. B. Elastine-Reduso Corsets are
i Reduce Hips and Abdomen
W One to Five Inches
effecting a wonderful improvement in tbe
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W. B. NUFORM Corsets,
Itylei — low boil-rilrcme length over hip* j jiving
tb« long ml th« up-to-date ftgure with
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