The Moore Messenger (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 26, 1913 Page: 4 of 8
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Entered at the Postofflce at Oklahoma City. Okla., as second-clan matter.
d Many People Do Not
Observe Holy Sabbath
By W id M. Miller, Chicago
I No single factor plays such an im
portaut part In the social and busi-
ness life of a community as tbe qual
ity of its roada. Aside from the plea*
ure and convenience of travel, po
slble at all times over permanent
roads, there is the financial phas*
which directly concerna the cost not
only of farm produce, but of city
producta as well. Consequently ev-
erybody wants good roads, writes I'
H. Wilson In the Iowa Homestead In
the matter of paying for permanent
highways, a generally satisfactory
agreement seems to have been reach
ed in the proposed distribution of tbe
cost between the nation, the state, the
couuty and the users of the road In
.... . tAM a — question. Ah a result, within a few
10 ^ years this country will take its right
Sunday anil tees the fUj leading position among the na
corps of men fixing the | tions of the world in the number of
pt riH't or the street-our line., | -"«■ of P-'manent road-
. In a way it Is fortunate that the
his religious nature revolt* | united States has been rather slow
and lie cannot help but pro- ■ In the matter of road making The
roads can now be built of lasting ma
terials, such as will withstand the
wear of motor traffic which is fast
ruining Europe's century-old road
ways. lasting road materials are
everywhere present in the form of
sand and gravel from pits and stream
beds and crushed rock from stone
London— Sentences ranging from
six months to a year and a half at
hard labor were imposed on Ave,
women, ofllciala of the Women's So-
cial and Political Union, convicted of
conspiring to commit malicious dam-
age to property. Edward Y. Clayton,
Construction ttn analytical chemist, also was sen-
tenced to twenty-one months' impris-
Miss Anna Kenny was sentenced to
eighteen months in prison; Mrs. Heat-
rice Saunders, fifteen months; Miss
Rachel Harrett, nine months, and Miss
Agnes Lake and Miss Laura Lenox,
six months each.
After passing sentence, Judge Phill-
more announced that he would urge
retrial should the prisoners be per-
mitted to leave prison. In reply the
women avowed they would hunger
strike and die in jail, if necessary.
test against it. Surely they
Is it possible that living in
Knocking Or. Frledmann
Berlin.—The last meeting of the
Berlin Medical society showed that
the drift of opinion of Berlin physi-
cians was strongly against Dr. Fried-
erlch Franz Frledmann, the Berlin
physician who claims he has discov-
ered a cure for tuberculosis. Max I
Westenhocjer of the University of
Berlin reported that a postmortem
examination of one of Dr. Frled-
mann's patients, who had been young
and strong, showed u marked acceler-
ation of the tubercular process after
The moving picture has been intro-
duced as a permanent feature of the
German schools. Films for courses
of bacteriology, anatomy and biology
are already available in that country.
or their employers cannot plead ignorance.
this Christian era and in a great city that is literally filled with churches
anyone can plead ignorance? Surely the Bible is spread through every nook
and corner of our great land, and this Bible tenches us to "remember the
Some people who believe in the Bible, but not the old law of Moses, quarries. Combined with Portland ee-
' r . , , . , • • ment into concrete, they form an in
sadly lack some great factor in their religious makeup. 1 he old law is expensive and permanent road sur-
operation now, juat as it was some 1,900 years ago. It is a pitiful sight to fUce which successfully resists the
see a Christian nation like ours break this holy day. < 'an a nation afford
to break it? If the great American government does not respect this day,
how can it expect it* citizens to do go? God will not tolerate it forever.
As soon as a nation disobeys the law of God respecting the Sabbath
it is bound to decay.
Some twenty-five years ago an eminent man said after visiting France:
"I beheld things that happened on the Sabbath in Paris that were a shame
and shocked us all. Sunday was broken. If one did not know it was
Sunday he could not tell it by the people. If they continue it, the great
empire of France will decay." Look at it today. Gradually it has waned.
America is in the height of its glory, and must it, too, decay on account
.. *«■' . i/i n materials are usable, a considerable, ^
of breaking God 8 commandment? History always repeats itself and will f|ftVinK wl„ bo ,l(Teeted aH oniy C(, HONEST DENTAL SERVICE
in this nation, too. if it disregards its citizens' religious views and (Jod's ment will need to be freighted. THE STAR DENTISTS have built their wont
usually destructive action of automo-
The first consideration in the build-
ing of concrete roads is a careful
study of local deposits of sand, grave!
and rock (called the aggregate) to see
whether they are suitable for con-
crete. Sand must be clean and hard
and must grade uniformly in size of
' grain from one-fourth inch down. The
Fame applies to gravel and crushed
rock except that the largest particles
commonly allowable are one and one I
fourth Inches in diameter. If local [
Cummer Mfg. Co.
jo IK- best granulated £1
l'int Hall Mason 50c
(Juart Ball Mason
Half tial. Ball.Ma- 85c
son 1'ruit Jars
Extra Heavy Mason 7c
Jar Rubbers per doz..
Boyd Mason Jar 15c
Extra E. L. Jar Rub- y q
bers, per dozen
New Style Ball Jel- 25C
ly (ilasses, per doz
Pound Package 12c
Parafine \\ ax ....
Ponlin's .^tick Seal- 4c
jjc. Bottle First 20C
Pick cider vinegar
15c Package Kel- 1 1 /
logg's W heat Bisc't
15c Package Post J2C
25c Package Uncle Sam's
Large Can Cooked 1
whole hulled wheat
ioc Package Conti-
nental Corn Starch
10 pounds Sal Soda 25C
Three 10-cent cans 25c
10c Can Old Dutch
commandments. Ix>t me illustrate with a story:
A farmer met a friend who was continually breaking the Sabbath, and
who paid no heed to his warning and entreaties. The farmer said to him:
"John, you know 1 got paid last night and received only $?. 1 met a friend
of mine and he asked me for the loati of a dollar, telling me about his
wife and family and his needs. 1 said, *\V iIlium, I have a wife and family
myself, but I will give you $ti. How is that i" Whereupon he fell .ipon
me, threw me down, and stole the other dollar from me. Now, John
It is much tauter and cheaper to derful dental practice solely by an ab
mix the concrete with a machine than I solute adherence to a g-eat principle-
by hand. Depending on the grading . that great principle ^ is HONI'.ST Y. I.
of the aggregate, the concrete Is IP™811* J10"?81 service, honest prices,
usually proportioned one bag of Port. | honest dealing and honest advertising,
land cement to two cubic feet of sand Best $1 50 Silver Filling - * 50c
and four cubic of screened gravel or Best 22k Gold Crown - $3.00
crushed rock, or one of cement to two j SPECIAL PLATE VALUES: Our Wonder Rubber
, of sand and three of gravel or rock ! Plates— (worth $25 and $15) $8 and $5
j,at j During the grading and draining of HEAVIEST BRIDGE WORK, per tooth $3.00
>51: Package Grand-4 Ca
ma's Washing Pwd.
t , j . he road, the aggregate is hauled and
do you think of such a man.' John replied: I In urcMel. Was not he piled at convenient points The con-
satisfied with the $6, and must he steal the other one?" "Wi ll, John," the j crete is mixed mushy wet. is deposit-
t i * i . ... i « f i.iu nnmlnoue ironnfiui♦ v to thickness of six inches upon
farmed answered, "you are that man! God out of Ins goo in. - generally ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ |g ;
and grace gave you six days and kept only one day for himself, and yet to Kr.lde and shape by means of a
you must steal that one day, too!" He went away thinking and he broke ; templet In order to shed the water |
on the side drains the surface of the j
concrete is given a rise or crown in
i the center of one one-hundredth to j
i -* uone sev.enty-flfth the width of the!
nt article on motor- ; i
roadway. 1 he surface Is finished with)
by a well-known
beauty and expert
the Sabbath no more.
Propriety of Young
Women on the Tandem
By Maude Mueller, Kenosha, Wia.
aroused me to a point where
I think that certain out-
a wooden lioat and wire broom, by '
which means there is afforded per-1
feet footing for horses At intervals j
of 25 feet the road is divided into sec- |
tions by narrow contraction joints ex
raucous assertions should be I tending crosswise the road and eu-
contradicted and the right lhro;1Rh 'he concrete These
j loints are formed by means of a thtn
itting on a motorcycle which metal or wooden cross form or divid-
ed to which is tied a single or doublo
STAR PAINLESS DENTISTS
129 1-2 Wc«t Main, Oyer Bcacon Shoe Store
DR. R. C. WEST Manager
"At Home".'and4Vi iting Cards
100 Engraved VWtlng Cards postpaid. $1.35.
Send for Sample Book showing styles.
E. C. SPENNY PRINTING CO.
gOtt W. Main—Phone W. ,MS2—Ok lahoma'. 1t v •
defended. In the first place, what is there in
makes a girl not respectable?
,. , .. . ,, , i;„;j i „i ;_, = 5 u „,,i i thickness of tar paper with the paper
Do not other sports require the u«e of divided skirts . U it not proper ^ ^ ^ ^
for a girl to ride sideways on a spring luggage carrier : roadway. After the surface of this
Then again it was stated that the vibration si ts the blo<xl circulating. ■ section is finished and while the con
This is the first law of good health. In fact, it is not the > ibration,
crete for the adjoining section is be-
... ing placed, the cord holding the pa-
good carrier is more comfortable than the average motor car, but it is [K>r to the cros8 form is cut and the
the deep breaths of fresh air that set the blood tingling and the fact nlone cross form is removed The tar pa-
that one is close to nature is enough to make one feel like living and feel "er adheres to the concrete and stays
^ i 4 r._ in t*le which Is reduced to th?
' thickness of the paper by forcing
: against It the freshly placed concrete
of the section under construction.
When the surface of the concrete
has hardened enough to prevent pil-
ling it Is sprinkled with clean water
j and is kept moist for several days.
more and more the beauty of the open country and the gifts which nature
bestows upon us?
All this can he got without mortgaging a home, by getting
It was also remarked that the two persons
vcrsation. This only goes to further show tli
on this subject.
Even with the oldest models n conversation can lie carried on easily,
and I challenge anyone to prove that the opposite is true. Do you think
that my sweetheart would ride on my tandem if could not talk to
Films Developed lOc
per roll, all size?. Velox
prints — brownies. 3c;
3Ux3 4, 3%x4>4, 4c;
4\5 and 6A. 5c. Two
negatives printed free
as sample. Hundreds
are having our film
specialist do their
U* til work. Why not y<>u?
' ' Every size and style
! " in stock. Send for
prices and catalogue.
Westfall's Kodak Dept*
206 WEST MAIN.
121 W. GRAND AVE., '• ZU
137 1-2 West Main Street, Oklahoma
Teeth Extracted Absolutely Without
A FEW PRICES FOR A SHORT
Full Set of Teeth *5.00 Gold Filling |1.00 up Silver Filling $ .80
Bridge Work 3.50 Cleaning Teeth 50c Gold Crown ■ 3.50
We guarantee your work and keep It in order for 10 years It Is a crime
to let your teeth go week after week without the proper attention, when we
can attend to them for you on such reasonable and easy termh.
Thoroughly Responsible. Best Equipped Office in the Southwest.
the rame HUGHES
Eeither ourselves or
Whenever you buy a can of PAINT with
on it you buy QUAILTY as well as quantity.
our agents guarantee absolute satisfaction.
A SPECIAL PAINT FOR EVERY PURPOSE.
d ^ MM arTJWHA. ferry ,
20 WEST MAIN.
!$c Package Gold
oc Can Health Club
15c Can Health 1 1
Cluo liak. Powder * * V
25c vCan Health 4 Q
Club liak. Powder * 0
Pound Can Dr. Price's or
5c Box Noiseless
3 Double Sheets Tan C/>
glefoot Fly Paper.
4^c Box Tanglefoot OA
ioc Box * iolden or A f*
(!astor ()il Axle 1 irease
14 pound sack Diamond
Crystal Dairy O O
Salt ^ ^
56 pound sack Diamond
No. 1 Hand Picked
gan navy beans
Fancy Carolina head
Rice, per pound
Jacobi's Blend Tea, the Best
Hot or Cold 65 c
per pound.v ^
These are Not Special
Sale Prices, But My Reg-
ular Every Day Prices.
The More You Buy, the
More You Save
216 West Grand, Oklahoma City
Manly Sewing Machine Co.
EVERYTHING FOR YOUR SEWING MACHINE.
Agents for the Late New Home and Domestic Machines.
% Block West of Terminal Station.
412 WEST GRAND AVE. Phone Walnut 3369. Oklahoma City
All Bottles Flushed, Sterilized,
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Deep Well Water used in all Our Goods.
CLEANEST A D MOST SANITARY IN THE U. S.
OUR SPECIALTIES-Coca-Cola, Deep Well Gin-
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COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
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not carry on a con-
rance o[ the writer
In s;i<nkinjr on the §ul>
jfct of mental evolution in
aniiaals it would l>e pr >pet
to leave out the ill-littinp
.*\!*r..— on "dumb animal*."
Man in Ins primitive, tmr-
bnrou- co ■ I lion could ex-
himtelf in n very limited number of sounds, Rti'nm|>unied with pan-
Primitive Man and
By THOMAS JEUNEK, New York
tomime, which he learned and inherited from his ueari'si allies.
The study of comparative anatomy teaches us that so fur as cerebral
structure goes man differs less from the chimpanzee nr the orang than
these do even from the monkeys, and that the difference between the
brains of the chimpanzee and of man is almost iiKignificant when com-
pared with that between the chimpanzee brain ami that of a lemur.
As regards cranial capacity, the difference in weight of hruins between
the highest and lowest men is far greater, both relatively and absolutely,
than between the lowest man and the highest up.
The present geological and ethnological re-ear. hen show plainly the
insignificance of the barrier which interv
the highest ape.
U'twt't-u the early man and
Likewise, as soon as possible, the
pavement is covered temporarily witn
two inches of Rand or dirt from the
side road to give further air in cur-
ing the concrete Traffic is confined
to the earthen Bide roads until the j
concrete is about two weeks old In]
ihe meantime shoulders of broke
tone or gravel are built along both j
• dges of the pavement. These are
; ",iade three f«>et wide and sufficient')' j
'hick to be firm and to make it an
j easy matter at all times for wagon
wheels to pass from the side road
onto the pavement.
Think of Improvement.
It might be well to think how
road might be improved, instead
htorming about the overseer, when
traveling over a bad road
Care of Poultry.
Beginners in the poultry business
1 are likely to neglect their stock dur-
ing the time they are not yielding re-
turns and often fail to figure the fu-
ture consequences Such beginners
' cannot be successful in the poultry
; business. Constant care, good feed-
ing and fresh water are absolutely
necessary at all times. This holds
«ood from the time the chicks are
hatched until they go into the laying-
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| 14 and 18 Carats. ^ to ^
i Extra Fine 8-Day Mantel Clocks, Strikes $5.00
! hours and half hours, each
: 1847 Rogers' Bros. Knives $3.75
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j Sterling Silver Thimbles 15c
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Smith, Mamie. The Moore Messenger (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 26, 1913, newspaper, June 26, 1913; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109307/m1/4/: accessed August 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.