The Moore Messenger (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 27, 1913 Page: 2 of 8
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The grooves In a rifle barrel are I he was. When the grooves of a rifle
made with specisl machinery, and un- t arrel are filled with lead it is usually
less one has this he could not do the necessary to have an expert gunsmith
work properly, no matter how skilled | clean them out.
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Grand Display of
We have in our displays the greatest collection of exclusive
creations of high grade Diamond Jewelry, Watches, Silver-
ware, Cut Class, Toilet and Manicure Sets, Novelties, Clocks
and Umbrellas any jewelry establishment in Oklahoma ever
attempted to place on sale.
—In these goods care and quality are manifest in every detail
of design and make.
—The gift resources of this store are unrivaled by any estab-
lishment in Oklahoma.
—Its collections of rare ami beautiful merchandise are sur-
passed in size alone, but not in character, by the world's best
—This is the only jewelry store where Roods are sold with
equal privileges and equal responsibilities—on these grounds
this store invites your patronage and promises to exert every
effort to merit your fullest confidence.
—Every article is marked in plain figures and the same price
to everybody—when an article is priced to you, it is at the
lowest price that honest made jewelry can be sold.
—Christmas is only four weeks off and gifts purchased now,
may be laid aside and delivered at your wish and convenience.
—We ask the favor and privilege of showing you our assort-
W. C. Dean
137 WEST MAIN STREET OKLAHOMA CITY
Railroad Fare Refund Checks to Out-of-Town Customers
We live by days. They are the
leaves folded back each night in the
great volume that we write. They are
our autobiography. Kach day takes
us not newly, but as a tale continued
It finds us what yesterday left us;
and as we go on. every day is telling
to every other day truths about us,
showing the kind of being that la to
be handed on to ft, making of us
something better or something worse,
us wo decide.—J. K. W. Ware.
High Class Dental
Work at Reas-
We make a specialty of
gold crowns, bridge work
and natural facings.
Work guaranteed for ten
years, come and get our
prices and be convinced that
we are the Dentists to do
your work. Railroad fare
paid for all work that
amounts to $10.00 or over,
within a radius of too miles.
Fifteen years experience,
and quick service. I use
only fine gold in my work.
Dr. Geo. W. Bowling
Over State Exchange Rank.
Phone Walnut 4836.
132 1-2 West Main Street.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
SCHEMES OF GRIDIRON
Every Minute of Game.
Two cupfuls si f ed flour, two tea-
spoonfuls baking powder, one-half tea
spoonful salt, two tablespoonfuls but
R#al Football Player Is Thinking ter. three eggs, one and one-half cup
Mix the dry injrfedients and sift to
gether several times. Cut in the but
ter as In biscuits. Separate the eggs
beat yolks and mix with milk; add
this to the dry Ingredients, beat well,
then fold fn the stiffly beaten whites
The batter should be of pouring con
sistency; if too thick add milk, then
cook In hot buttered waffle Iroua
Aula Which Allows Punting Anywhsrs
Bshind Scrimmage Line Permits
Revival—Officials Must Watch
tha Ball Clossly.
A government bulletin says that i is considered a necessary adjunct to
popped corn is superior to many Christmas festivities, and the ear§ of
breakfast foods now on the market I the little Tom Thumb variety are par-
Sometimes it is eaten with milk and j ticularly popular for Christmas tree
sugar. In many farm houses popcorn | decorations.
With the playing of the opening
gamea of the 1913 football season,
close followers of the game, especial-
Make a cream aauce of one large
those who played under the old teaspoonful of butter, t>ne tablespoon
rules, are watching with Interest the fui 0f flour and one cup of milk. Have
manner In which the players take ad- ready one cup of cold flsh (any kind!
vantage of the rules, some of which in amaH pieces, beaten yolks of twe
iM-rmlt foxy players to "pull ofT' the eggs, and salt After making the
| unexpected if certain plays are used *auce add the flsh and eggs; if de
I at the proper time. sired add a drop or two of tablr
Although the rules have not been nauce. Let It cook a minute, let coo'
| changed to any great extent, there and fold in the whites beaten stiff
are many ways In which a heady play- Have ramekins or buttered dish ready
er can keep his team out of danger by
carefully sizing up the situation and
ascertaining the plays which might
work the best when his team 1b
crowded near his own goal line. A
real football player Is thinking and
place In hot water in a pan and bakf
20 minutes. These will be light and
Put a piece of white codflsh to soak
scheming all the time, and It is this over night In the morning pour off
type who generally makes a name for the water, put on fresh cold water and
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
PRICES—10c to 35c.
Monday and Tuesday Nights
WM. FAVERSHAM AND A
SPLENDID COMPPANY IN
PRICES—-.0c to $2.00.
Tuesday and Wednesday nights
"Blindness of Virtue"
PRICES—25c to $1.50.
xli'zlod .pyodfycy HRs
-LEECH PIT \ GLASS CO.—
Successors to THE HUGHES PAINT CO. Phone Wal204
WALL PAPER - PAINT - GLASS
116 W. Grand Oklahoma City
The Best in Vaudeville
FIRST RUN OF
Any Seat Ten Cents, Anytime
Good in the Summer Time
Good in the Winter Time
Good All the Time
IF YOU GET THE GENUINE
Bottled Coca Cola is Always
COCA COLA BOTTLING CO.
25 W. Third St.
Big Bankrupt Sale
Rice Bookstore Sold for 25-cts. on Dollar
Entire Stock Must Be Sold at Once Regardless of
Cost. $6,000 Worth of Merchandise at Slaughter
Prices. Books, Stationery, Office Supplies, Toys of
all kinds. Come and see. Fixtures For Sale, Show
Cases, Safe, Cash Registers and Shelving. ' . ' .
Corner Main and Harvey
The rule which states that when a
forward pass Is thrown out of bounds
before striking the ground In the field
of play the ball shall go to the op-
ponents at the point where It crossed
the sideline, is one which has not been
taken advantage of enough. There
are many players In a squad who can
hurl the oval 40 or 50 yards with the
accuracy of a baseball. If a coach
Is fortunate enough to have such a
player this man should be carried
along for this specialty.
Under the ruling which allows a re-
ginning of the second and third quar-
ters and at any time during the final
period, a player who can throw the
ball out of bounds 30 or 40 yards down
the field Is a valuable asset If a
team is close pressed and finally takes
the ball away from its opponents on
the one or two yard line, the natural
thing to do is to punt the ball as far
out of danger as possible.
In striking contrast to this method
of preventing a team from scoring
would be the sure, safe method of
throwing the ball out of bounds 30 or
40 yards down the field. Even if the
wind were blowing aguinst the oval
the passer would get more distance to
hia throw than a kicker, for the sim-
ple reason that the ball is thrown in
a spiral fashion, thus allowing the
ball to bore through the air and with
a definite direction. The defensive
team has no chance of receiving a free
trial at the goal, and there is no
chance of the catcher running the ball
This play was used sparingly last
season, especially in the early stages.
Near the close of the year the coaches
used It more, and soon discovered the
value of a man who could throw the
oval a long distance with accuracy.
The preliminary practice every season
is devoted to kicking and throwing
the oval, and the coaches now should
have a good line on the men who are
most adept in handling the ball.
The change in the rules which al
low8 the ball to be kicked from any
I point back of the scrimmage line If
sure to bring back the on-side kick,
! considered by many to be one of the
most valuable ground gaining plays.
As the rule this season permits the
| kicker to boot the oval from any
i position, the old on-side kick is sure
| to come back into its own and be
used a great deal. The play will be
all the more valuable because the ball
Is free property the moment it strikeF
the ground, whereas in the old days
the oval had to be touched by an op
ponent before one of the kicking side
could recover it. As a result there
is going to be plenty of scrambling
for the ball, so the officials will have
to be on top of the play all the time
to award the oval to its logical owner.
Although these plays should come
in for a lot of consideration by |
ooaches and players, there are other I
points which are of invaluable assist-
ance to a team if the players carry
out instructions. The point regarding
a player stepping out of bounds or
fighting to cross the side line when
; he is cornered is a most important
one. When a team in possession of
the ball is crowded within two yards
from the side line the offensive
eleven is in a "hole" and its chances
of gaining ground inightly slim.
The players always should remem-
ber to fight to get out of bounds w hen
tackled close to the boundary. It Is
almost Impossible to gain ground on
the wing close to the side line and it
is almost as hard to make any head-
way on the wide side because the
defense is shifted over to meet an
expected attack. If a team is forced
against the boundary it is much better
to lose a down by sending a play out
of bounds than it is to try to gain
through the line or on the wide side.
let come to a scald. Try, and If still
salt, repeat, as It wants to be tender
and soft like fresh fish, Pick up, In
flakes, cut a hard-boiled egg in pieces
mix with it some chopped lettuce, line
a dish with crisp leaves, cover with
the mixture and pour salad drf*win#
HARLEY - DAVIDSON
Two 1913 Models left to be sold at
player at the be- reduced prices. One single and one
twin. Get our price.
Enterprise Motor & Cycle Co.
124 Weit Second St., Oklahoma City
Greatly reduced prices on
All Ladies and Childrens
Hats and Trimmings
Our Stock is complete
in all Popular Goods
108 NORTH BROADWAY
Big Removal Sale
Next month we shall move from our pres-
ent location and we are putting on a sale to
to our growing business. This Is no fire and
water or bankruptcy sale but a bomfide sale
to reduce our stock before moving Into our new
and commodious quarters. Freight allowed on
all goods shipped out of town. Below Is a par-
tlal list of some of our goods and the low prices
we will make on them. Don't delay coming In
or writing ua If you need any of these goods be-
cause the price will sell them. Remember you
get what you pay for when you buy T. & B.
All $1.00 Whipa for
50c Whip* for 30c
75c Whips for 45c
S5c Whips for 20c
100—50c Hponges for 30c
Some choice Par Silver and other
fancy ttririle Bits 40 per cent Discount
1 -lb. Axle Create 5c
25-lb. Bucket Axle Grease, worth
regularly $1.40, only a few left 90c
25c Can Eureca Harness oil 15c
25c Can Harness I>resslng 15c
50c Can Brass Metal Polish 35c
25c Can Soap Dressing 15c
$1.50 Stable Blankets $1.20
11.00 Stable Blankets $1.60
$2.:*> Stable or Square blanket*. $2.00
$3.1K) Stable or Square Blankets. $2.40
$3.00 Collars, about 15 left $2.25
$3.75 Collars, about 40 left $2.90
*4 50 Collar*, about 11 left $3.50
ffi.oo Collar, 18-in. and 19-ln. onlv $4.25
2-Halr Lalrat Hopes, $5.00. $2.50
We carry the most complete line of
Saddles In the City.
25c Can Hoof-O-Llum 15c
$3.50 Stable or Square Blankets $2.65
$4.50 Stable or Square Blankets. $3.50
Pure Caatlle Soap, lb 22' 2c
3-lb. Bucket Axle Grease 15c
Gallon $1.50 Harness Oil $1.00
1 Gallon 75c Harness Oil 50c
1 Gallon Castor Machine Oil 30c
I ' lall Curs 30c
25c Campbell's Gall Cure 15c
LAP ANO STEAMER ROBES
Plush Robe $2.50
Pluah or Steamer Robe.... $4.00
[Mush or Steamer Robe.... $5.50
flush or Steamer Robe. $8.50
$15.00 Plush or Steamer Robe . $11.00
20 per cent discount on Steamer
HALTERS AND BRIDLES
1 • Inch Leather Halter 60c
1 "4-Inch Leather Halter 80c
lUj-Inch Leather Halter 95c
12 Riding Bridles, $1.75 $1.30
- Riding Bridles, hair, $2.75
3 Riding Rrldles, plaited. $4.5a. $2.35
We have the Berlin Hand-Sewed
Auto, lirlvign and Dress Gloves.
$16.50 Single Harness.. .$12.50
2" Sets $1X.OO Single Harness.. $13.75
5 Sets $25.00 Single Harness $19.50
$18.50 Light Single Express Har-
$30.00 Heavy Single Express Har-
$25.00 Team Harness, less Collar $21.00
$30 00 Team Harness, less Collar $23.75
$35.«m. Team Harness, less Collar $29.50
$40.no Team Harness, less Collar $32.00
$50.00 Team Harness, less Collar $41.00
$67.50 Team Harness, less Collar $57.50
BUGGIES, HACKS AND DELIVERY
Open 1-Seat Buggy, $65.00 $47.00
open 1-Seat Buggy. $75.00 $52.50
«'pen 1-Seat Buggy. 9100.00 $72.50
open 1-Seat Cut-Under Buggy.
Open 1-Seat Cut-Under Buggv.
Open 1-Seat Hike Buggv. $135. $98.00
Open Surry, 2-Seat, $115,00.... $88.50
Top Surry. 2-Seat, $165.00.... $132.00
Top Buggy, $5o.i o $39.50
Top Buggy, $65.00 $49.50
Top Buggy. $S5.00 $63.00
Top Buggy, $95.00 $72.50
Top Huggy, $125.< 0 ^ $98.50
If rubber tires wanted, add $13 50.
Top Phaeton, rubber, $135.an $99.50
Hacks $50.00 to $150.00
We have over 50 Jobs of Buggies, all of which we offer In this sale at ruin-
ously low prices. We do all kinds of harness repair work and guarantee every
strap In our T. 4 B. Harness and all material In Buggies. We expect a large
business preparatory to our removal and take this opportunity to thank you
for past business and hope we may have the pleasure of showing you through
Thompson & Bruington
124 West Grand, Oklahoma City
Draughons Business College
lEACHES, the Famous Draughon Double Entry Made - Easy Book-
keeping, and Graham Revised Shorthand, which is now adopted by the
International Shorthand Association as the best system for present day use.
Individual instruction to all. Enter any time.
Positions guaranteed to graduates or money refunded.
Write for catalog or phone Walnut 392, at school's expense.
T. M. FLANARY, Manager.
Think Term Unfair.
A letter writer questions the use of
ths term "Big Three" as applied to
Harvard. Yale and Princeton. He
thinks it unfair to Penn, Cornell and
Dartmouth. Its origin dates from
1874, when Harvard took up the game
and the triangular tournament came
Into existence, Princeton having
adopted the game in 1869 and Yale in
1872. Penn did not take up the game
until 1876. Dartmouth In 1882 and Cop
nell in 1S87.
Corbett at Stillwater.
John Corbett, the former Harvard
gridiron star, has been secured to
coach the football squad of the A. and
j 2d. college at Stillwater, Okla.
Oh Happy Day, That Fixed Our Choice
When We r _
We All Had a Reason—You Will—If You See Them
THEIR REMOVAL SALE
To the PATTERSON BUILDING
Oklahoma City, Okla.
And their many sales has compelled them to wire for three ears of Pianos for their new store, where they will*
be located December 1, and ready to receive and meet their friends and inquiring customers.
Don't Delay, But Get Your Piano Before They Move
THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE AND IMPORTED VIO LINS, ONE-THIRD OFF
CLASSICAL MUSIC AND STUDIES. TWO-THIRDS OFF.
DITZELL MUSIC CO.
Present Location 306 West Main—Next to Mellon's
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