The Moore Messenger (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 11, 1913 Page: 5 of 10
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Buvness Directory of Oklahoma City Firms
Cut out this Adv.
yale and emblem
Supplies — Lamps — Belts— Tires
Special Agency Proposition
8 South Hudscn.
Perfumery, Toilet Soap. Sponges
Toilet Articles, Etc.
Physicians' Prescriptions Carefully
Corner California & Robinson
Our Patent Suction Never-Slip
Mate $5 to $8.
DR. J. T. HEDGES, Mgr
119 1-2 N. Broadway. SW. Cor 1 t.
fARMERS SIPPIV CO
124 W CALIFORNIA
Euggiet, Wagon*, Harnett, Farm
Don't Buy a Fuggy or a Plow Un-
til you lee us. We will save
128 1-2 W. Main St. Upstairs
All Kindt of Tire Repairing and
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
KELLY, SPRINGFIELD AND
412 N. Eroadway.
Phone Walnut 4048
Enterprise Motor & Cycle Co.
124 Wei! Srccod St., Oklahoma City
VW t#>ach you to make Coat Suits.
Street Dresses, House Dresses,
Dinner Gowns, Evening Gowns,
or anything that is made with
the needie. Bring the material
and make your own dress while
you are learning. The College is
now open. Positions are wait-
ing for our students as soon as
they are competent to fill them.
225 1-2 W. Main St.
BLANCHE GORDON CARTER
French and custom made corsets,
back and front lace. 8pacla] at-
tention given to abnormal and sur-
Entrance on Harvey St.
108 N. BRC6DWAY
Eetween Main ane! First Sts.
S. A R. JEWELRY CO.
Y.Te &gll For Less
16 N. Harvey.
Watch Repair Work'a Specialty
Gat Administered Maple 1C67
S. S. SWIHART
A 19 Baum Building.
STREET & DRAPER
122 W. Grand Ave.
i WE WILL WOVE YOUR TRl'NK
Promptly and Carefully
! COLUMBIA EAGGAGE
AND TRANSFER CO.
113 W. FIRST ST.
W, T. REINHARBT
Dealer in New and Second Hand
Furniture, Hardware and
16-18-20 S. Harvey.
HIE WAnON STUDIO
PHOTOGRAPHS OF QUALITY
Terminal Arcade Building
Pool, 5c per game; 4 games, 15c: 7
games, 25c. 3 best 5c Cigars, 10c
112 Wtfl Grand, Opposite Majtvtic Tht«lre
We want to do your shoe repair-
ing while you wait, 5 to 20 minutes in
our rest room. All our work done b)
Robinson and First Streets
IHE NOVELTY STUDIO
113 North Robinson.
POST CARD PHOTOS AND
Just Three Doors North of Main.
Wall Paper & Art Co.
118 North Broadway
Wal! Paper, Window Glass, Paints,
Oil. Picture Frames, Artists'Material
DISTANCE MAKES K0 DIFFERENCE
THEY COME rROM ALL OVER THE STATE TO
71? SECURITY EUILD'KG
0. K. Rubber Stamp &
118 West Grand Avenue
Pubber Stamps. Seals, Stencil*. Badges,
Solid Rubber Type, McrchanU Price Marker*.
Numbering Machines, Stamp Supplies
Everything in High Grade
Write us for Prices
E. C. SPENNY PRINTING CO.
35 1-2 N. Robinson.
MORIGAN A McATEE
205 W. Second St. Phone W. 600.
Try Our Circulars—They Bring Results
416-17 State National Bank Bldg.
r We Make a Specialty of Duplicating Work
Wanted. Men to Learn the
Account of the volume of l w
brief work done we are enabled to
deliver the highest class of briefs
in the state—at fl*ty cent® per
Let us call and show you samples
Phone Wal. 7239.
WORLD NEW SPORT
R. A. Hankinson
Originator of Auto Polo, the most
dangerous sport in the world, which ,
will be presented for four days at j
the Oklahoma State Fair and Expo-.
sition, Oklahoma City, Sept. 23 to Oct. 1
4. Hankinson promises thrills such
as the Southwest has never before j
felt and those who have seen the'
games in the east declare that it is j
the newest, most original, highest-!
class and most exciting game of mod '
AT IHE STATE FAIR
Napoleon of Bandmasters, >*1io will
direct the big musical organization
that will play day and night at the
seventh annual Oklahoma State Fair
and Exposition, September 23 to Oct.
4. Famous grand opera singers will
be heard at every concert and the
band will play novelties such as
chimes and bells.
Sunday, September 28, wHl be
Music Day and a program of unusual
excellence will be arranged with a
view of pleasing all musical tastes.
Miss Olive Elsom Scharf, a noted so-
prano, and Joseph C. Ramser, another
soloist of note, will be heard on Sun-
day and every other day.
THE MISSING LINK
COME TO THE SEVENTH ANNUAL
OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR
OKLAHOMA CITY, U.S.A.
OPENS SEPTEMBER 23—CLOSES OCTOBER 4
ALEXANDER THE GREAT
The Man Monkey with tne Human
SHAW'S COMEDY ANIMAL CIRCUS
FeaM of Fun for Young and Old.
THE THREE DUTTONS
In Crowning Triumph of Fluent rian Art.
IMMENSE NIGHT PROGRAM
Entirely New Feature This Year.
THE GREAT PATTERSON SHOWS
With Twenty Guaranteed Attractions.
AUTO POLO FOR FOUR Bio DAYS.
World's Most Dangerous Sport.
21 COMPLETt DEPARTMENTS
Occupying Sixty building*.
50 COUNTIES COMPETING
For Cash and Honor with One Thousand
SHADOW OF THE CROSS"
Miracle Picture for the I^ast Time
RECORD BREAKING CORN SHOW
Fruits, Flowers and .ants.
FAMOUS GRAND OPERA SINGERS
INCLUDING OLIVE ELSOM SCHARF
Make a Note of the Date Now and Plan the Tr p for
THE GPEATEST AGRICULTURAL. LIVESTOCK,
SHOW IN THE SOUTHWEST.
YourseW and Family
A WORLD'S FAIR AT YOUR DOOR
ing day and night.
FOURTH ANNUAL HORSE SHOW
For Five Big Nights, Kopt 2!- Oct S.
Great Southwestern two and three-
Mar -Id Trotting Futurities.
DAIRY COW PRODUCTION CONTEST
GREAT CAVALRY CONTESTS
id Model Military Camp . f Soldiers
BOYS' AND GIHLS' SCHOOLS
ith an Enrollment of 240 Students
lorses on exhibit, 700 futile (all
win), mm swine, fully 1,000 Poultry,
nt least l.r.OO birds. Oklahoma s largert
SPLENDID DISPLAY OF FINE ARTS
Hand t ainted Chirm. Educational Work,
EXPOSITION BUILDING—OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR AND EXPOSITION
FARM SCHOOLING AND PLEASURE COMBINED
Hundreds «f Exhibl
Three Thousand Classes calling for
'en Thousand Prizes
BETTER BABIES' CONTEST WITH
$500 IN CASH PREMIUMS OFFERED
Ganq Plowinq and Planting by Tractor Engines. Acres <if Farm Machinery.
YOU CAN'T AFFORD T< > MISS THE STATE FAIR HI\l SI IT IS \ VACATION
—A RECREATION A FESTIVAL A CELEHRATK \
Many Oklahoma people, men nml women, boys and girls, have not had the time or
opportunity to leave home and attend an agricultural school Tin \ will nov« r have
a better chance to make "short cuts" and obtain much of tins tit sired information
than by coming to the Seventh Annual Oklahoma State Fair. It affords an exreiient
opportunity to combine vacation, pleasure ami valuable schooling, all at a very )< w
INSTRUCTIVE E XHIBITS—SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE
Now Is the time to enter your livestock, swine, poultry, farm products, fruits
plants, flowers, dairy and apiary products and everything * in under tin sun Write
(< r a Premium List.
I. S. MAHAN. SECRETARY, OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA
I want another just like it,," he said.
I "This year I will fill my silo with
j corn and if 1 didn't have a silo into
which to put the fodder I wouldn't
have any feed for my stock during
I the coming winter. One man who
! has seventy head of stock and no silo
i lias been after me to feed his stock
| for him through the winter, offering
me $2.25 per month per head. 1 told
i him 1 could not accommodate him and
, suggested that he build himself a silo,
I which he said he would do before an-
other crop. My silo cost $351 and I
wouldn't be without it under any cir-
Will Make Diamond
La Valieres Special Vaies
Where? You can get so much enjoyment for so little \
When? Y ou have an hour to spare.
Pictures for every member of your family. |
Interest in Colors of Beards
We are showing
| a"pe and fine as*
*oitment in ex-
elusive new de-
signs at $2 50,
The color of beards arouses many $3 50, $4 50,
points of interest. All the ancient j $9.00, $10 00.
tapistries show Cain and Judas Iscar-
iot with yellow or red beards, and
Pontius Pilate in ancient art always
v.as given a beard- (Being a Roman
of good family, he probably had no
beard; but those details did not
trouble the old masters ! A reddish ^
beard, however, does not carry the cx
hat g''s with r< d hair,
for many eminent m<n with dark CJ
brown hair have had reddish beards.
THE FINEST VENTILATED HOUSE IN THE SOUTHWEST
111-113 Weil Main Street. Oklahoma City
Signet or with
sets of the lateft
designs, at price*
75c, $1.00, $1.50
Alexander the Great
"The man monkey with the human
brain," will be at the seventh annual
Oklahoma State Fair and Exposition,
Oklahoma City, September 23 to Oc-
tober 4, to delight young and old.
He dines, rides bicycles, dances, roll-
er skates, smokes, and goes to bed.
struments, dresses and goes to bed,
rolls the globe, does fancy shooting,
walks on stilts and drives an auto-
mobile. Scientists are of the opinion
that Alexander the Great is Darwin's
theory of the missing link. He is
just one of many big free attractions
engaged for the State Fair.
Pleasant News tor Hubby
Young Wife (to older and seasi
husband)—"Now, dear, just be
comfortable as you can. and don't $4.00."
worry about me. I'm not lonesome.
There's half a dozen men up on deck
who have been awfully nice to me,
And such a joke! They think I'm a
After a Day of Rest.
One reason why Tuesday papers an
Genuine Diarncnd Set
in fancy solid gold
Solid Gold Bar Pins set
with genuine diamond,
% karat, $50,00.
Diamend Set Tie-Clasp
solid gold, $3.00.
When in Oklahoma
(litv [at a!
V Vv J
BOOZ A LIS' BROS-
CAFE m LURCH ROOM
13 N. BROADWAY
Quickest, Cleanest and Best Place in the West
so much more che*
papers is that the
injured is so much
•rful than Monday
list of killed and
Lilage Good Feed For
F. W. Laws, a prosperous farmer
living near Cleo, and who was among
the several hundred farmers at the
station while the Rock Island silo
special train was there, said he fed
about sixty-five head or mules, horses
and cows around his silo last year and
believed the growth on twelve head
of calves paid for filling the silo, and
after selling them off still had silage
until July 1. this year.
He said twenty-one acres of kafir
was used in fillnng the silo last year
and thirty-three acres were used in
filling the silo this year. Laws said j
he used some broomcorn in filling the
silo last year but the stock did not
seem to relish it as they did the kafir.
Some of the horses and young mules '
were troubled with the colic while j
being fed silage, and Laws attributed
the ailment to mold, occasioned by the
silage not being packed tight. LawE
now has 180 tons of silage stored away ;
for the present year, which will be
fed to fifty head of horses and the
same number of cattle.
E. E. Laws, a brother of F. W. ;
Laws, fed silage to thirty-five head
of cattle and young mules last year,,
without any supplemental feed. For
the September calves, sold in Febru-
ary, he received $22 per head for
eleven of the calves, and quoted the |
buyer as saying they shipped better
than any other stock in the car. 1
"The only thing I know against a
silo is that owning one makes a man
The Old Reliable
Diamond and Watch House
129 W. Grand
of A New Ra^ge
omy to try to g«-t along — to
attempt tc t
. Ycu can proba^W
Stick a knife I lade anyv/l
-I he Folly
F/ve Acts of
3 Shows Daily
2:30 7 30-9.15
JCHN M. HILL, President.
LEARN MORE TO EARN MORE
Do you know just how LITTLE it costs to secure a thorough
lusiness training that will double your earning capacity and place
you in a position where you will finally secure the position that you
would like to fill?
If you wish to stay on the farm, we have a course of "farm book-
keeping" that will help you more than anything else you can take. If
you want a position, drop me a postal card, and I will send you a
catalog with full explanation.
Special Rate Made for Fall Opening.
HILL S BUSINESS COLLEGE
OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLAHOMA.
v. j.i re ti.. '«
' •! mdthflBtovepnttyhancrvrnl l« ili.w:ivi.r.<l y. - I
ijli V--U can tuvt the price of a Creel Mcjeat c in th'
llil V oul.1 b good management and r-al • m m;,. I < n l t
II It. n in buying a ran?.-, because a v«-ry plcv. i.jr <•' ' ' . ' <1
11 ordinary range If y u are considering a new rar . it v
II ing yf ur mon'-y in a: y rani't, tc nt i.:.d < -n I y ctmf
Malleable and lO^ rawf)
A Perfect Baker— Fatl Saver— Outwear* Three Ordinary Rcpy,--.
CI*L Y rater mcde of malleable iron and charcoal iron. Charcoal r
won't ru t like ateel— ma liable iron can t bn ..t. 1 ut lorn thcr vith rrv«f.<
joints and ncamr uUo! ut«ly air-t ight always. Oven lined
aabeitcM board. cov< red with an iron grate —you con sce it - injuring u «/c
cendalle bailing h. at with half .Ik f... 1 required in ' /
*? 9 k#' ' I . rmi.m.Xor I fl« H I Tul rtjh (.(III I I . L.JirTl. I ' H' [' '. * " '
Be in Your
Trade Us Your Old Stove today
"The Peoples Favorite Store'
Doc & Bill, The House Furnishers
8-10 Grand Avenue, Oklahoma City
Cash in the old stove-buy the new one now and we
i will give you some extra time to pay loi it
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Smith, Mamie. The Moore Messenger (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 11, 1913, newspaper, September 11, 1913; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109318/m1/5/: accessed March 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.