The Moore Messenger (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 2, 1914 Page: 2 of 8
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Cane and Alfalfa in
wagon loads or car loads
We sell Coal also.
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Building Papers, Coal Tar, Roof
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Wanted Men to Leai
Former President Lynch of National League.
(By FRANK O. MENKE.)
Ip New Britain, Conn., far removed
from the turmoil and strife of base-
ball, there's a man with a dark mus-
tache, with soft brown eyes and hair
that is graying at the ends, who
smiles all day the smile that one
smiles when one is happy and con-
tented and at peace with all the world.
The man who smiles Is Tom Lynch,
once prexy of the National league,
now proprietor of a prosperous
theater in the little Connecticut
Tom, as many will recall, was boot-
ed out of the National league last De-
cember, after serving it for four years,
because the pugnacious moguls decid-
ed they wanted "an able man to ably
handle the affairs of the league."
It hurt Tom's pride a bit when he
was shoved out Into the cold, cruel
world with nothing to warm him but
his feeling of indignation toward his
former bosses, but Tom hasn't minded
the cold much lately. In fact, he's
quite glad now that he was shoved.
FWHEL AND KEELER STRAINS
H. D. CORRELL
1129 Eaat Niatk Street Okltbaua City
Eggs, $1 OO for 15
er. And I also told them that 1 hoped
they would be a help, not a hindrance,
"In closing, I said that I wished the
National league every success. I
meant it then and I still mean it. I
was in the service of the National
league for many years I owe much
to the National league. That they
should depose me as president and
put someone else in my place is their
right. Why should I feel hard toward
them because they exercised that
"I was in baseball nearly all my
life and baseball became part of my
life. To be out of it is a bit hard,
but I am happier now than I was for
the past few years. I have no trou-
ble or worries. I am my own boss.
I do not have to take dictation from
anyone, nor do I have to hear the
brunt of criticism."
The National league magnates have
come to the conclusion that the $25,-
000 annual salary they agreed to pay
Governor Tener has been a wise in-
vestment. Tener is signed up for
four years, but will not draw any sal-
ary for 1914, as ho will be on the
payroll of the state of Pennsylvania
until the end of the year.
Serving the first year without pay
and getting $25,000 for each of the
three following years means thai
Tener's yearly salary for four years
will average only $18,760. And the
magnates feel right now that Tenar's
little stunt of placing the skids under
Mr. Murphy and then shoving Mr.
Murphy into the discard is well
worth the total money they will pay
Tener for the four years of his ser
Lvnch's salary was $8,000 and when
William Haker, president of the Phil-
lies proposed Tener as Lynch's suc-
cessor, some of the magnates were
against the idea because they figured
that $25,000 was too much muchness
in the way of salary. Haker, how-
MUST NOT BE WELL COOKED
GOOD PLAIN PLUM PUDDING
Point Necessary for Housewife to Re-
member When Preparing Dishea
That Contain Cheaae.
It may be interesting to note that
when the United States agricultural
department experimented on the di-
gestibility of cheese a few years ago
It named as the most digestible
cheeses, besides the so-called Ameri-
can cheese of the first quality, Swiss,
Favorite Dessert That Is Not Too Rich
for the Stomachs of Young
Have eome water in a kettle or dish
already boiling and make a stiff paste
with the following ingredients: One
quarter pound each of fine chopped
suet, dried currants and raisins, one
pint wheat flour, one-half teacup bread
Roquefort, ('amembert and cottage cru 111 b . one well beaten egg. one half
heese Another point which tlie gov teaapoon cinnamon, one-quarter tea
prnment bulletin pointed out was that eP°on table salt and a little cold water
care should be taken in using cheese
In cooking not to burn it or even cook
It is well to mix suet, salt and flour
I together before adding other ingredi-
It thoroughly, for there are various , ent# Spread a piece of clean, white |
digestive disturbances which might
arise from the consumption of burned
or decomposed fats. For this reason
preparing dishes "au gratln"—
that Is, dishes baked with a sprinkling
cotton cloth about 12 Inches square on
a bread or kneading board and flour it
and dredge cloth quite plentifully with
flour and tie with a strong, white cot
ton string. This prepared, lower it
of cheese- the cheese should not be carefully into the boiling water and
added till the cooking process has keep it boiling steadily for fully 2%
been completed. The cheese should j h°l'r8 Serve with hard or liquid sauce
be added at the last moment and al- whichever is liked best. There should
lowed merely to melt, but not to ' a some sort at bottom of
The Italian who makes his midday
lunch on bread and cheese and a little
preens dressed with oil and possibly a
little light wine and sweet, ripe fruit
has about as sensible and as well pro-
portioned a meal as he could get,
I kettle or dish so that pudding bag will
| not rest on or touch bottom of dish
, while pudding is boiling. To make
I provision for this we prefer a small
l flat rack made of small, smooth, nar
row sieces of wood Joined together
with wooden pegs, thoroughly cleansed
though he had studied the science of ; H) as ,0 prevent taste of wood. After
dietetics all his life. pudding has boiled the required time
One of the best ways to make use | remove while water Ib still boiling, be-
of the food value of cheese is to use 'or® removing kettle or dish from tire
it on vegetables.
PAPER TOWELS AND NAPKINS
TRY THESE ORANGE SALADS
Three Guaranteed Recipes of Which
This Healthful Fruit Is the
Orange Mint Salad To serve with
lamb. Remove the pulp from four
large oranges Sprinkle with powdered
sugar and add one tablespoon each of
finely chopped mint, sherry and lemon
Juice. Mil some halved orange skins
with the pulp; garnish with sprigs of
Orange Salad—Cut the peel from six
oranges, carefully remove all pith and
cut the pulpy pieces as if in natural
No Objection to Their Use When
There Is a Temporary Shortness
of the Linen Articles.
Many particular housekeepers with
large families are often temporarily
inconvenienced by finding the supply
of towels and table napkins has given
out before the laundry comes in. They
would be greatly pleased with the re
suit, besides the wear and tear on the
linen being lessened, by re-enforcing
the supply with the paper towel.
Rolls of paper towels placed in thr-
bathroom for the hands of the school
children, who usually make sad havoc
divisions, sprinkle over these a little w^'te towel, are very practical
ever so finely chopped tarragon and
helps. A roll could also be placed in
chervil, a dessertspoon of olive oil, a I the nursery to wipe smeary little
dessertspoon of brandy and a pinch of I 'laIU's aI1<^ faces. A roll could be
sugar. Pile on a dish and serve very I uped ln lhe kltchen to replace the
cold. (Chopped watercress may be sub- ' r0"er towel. A paper napkin looks
stituted for tarragon and chervil.) 1 verv we" on tlle table tra>" as a sub
Orange Salad—Cut thin slices of | atltute for the llnen naPkin
oranges crosswise, lay them on lettuce j
leaves, sprinkle with pineapple cut in j Slight Flavors Change Dishes,
dices and the meats of shelled wal ! 5,an>' of th* simplest dishes may be
nuts. Pour over three tablespoons of featly changed in flavor If a little at
olive oil, mixed with one of lemon tentlon ls K|v™ to the niatter 8ea'
Juice, and season with a speck of cay- 1 90n'nR Those who have not tri<>d «
enne and some salt, and very little
How to Improve Pot Roast.
When the meat comes from market
there is usually a quantity of seeming-
ly superfluous fat with it. Do not cut
this off for rendering purposes, but
make use of it in the following man-
ner: First, cut the fat into strips
about one-half by one inch in thick-
ness. Make incisions in the lean por-
tions of the meat about two inches
apart Five or six of these in a sev-
en-pound roast will be sufllcient. In-
sert the strips of. fat in these holes
aud trim the protruding portion even
with the surface. This method fol-
lowed before basting will be found to
do away with that dryness which is
so much in evidence in the pot roast.
Little Home Helps.
When Ironing a blouse with buttons
on it, it is often found difficult to iron
the material around the buttons. Try i
this hint and save time: Take a rough
towel folded several times, lay the
buttons face downward on it and iron
over the backs. The buttons sink
into the soft towel and the material
I should use a little nutmeg for season
i ing when next serving spinach. Just
a few coriander seeds will glorify the
dish of beets. Use a sprinkling of
grated cheese with creamed cauli
flower. It iB delicious. Drop two or
three cloves into the vegetable soup
and see how the flavor of the various
vegetables ls accentuated and yet
blende^. Curry powder too often
confined to the sauce served with
chicken. Use a shaking or two with
brussels sprouts. Pimentos may be
used to advantage not only In salads
and In preparing sandwiches or can
apes, but the cook who discovered that
they give a zest to the oyster soup de-
serves the thanks of every epicure.
The Genuine bottled by
COCA COLA BOTTLING
25 W. Third Oklahoma City
ever, pleaded Toner's case, pointing j qu|ckiy mad(, perfectly smooth
out that Tener would prove to be a when BclsB0r8 become dull put a
second Moses and would lead the | pin between the blades and rub It up
league out of chaos into the promised j and down worUinR the blades as ln
'a"d- j cutting. This will put a new edge on
Jso one will regret paying Tener J ■ h,, scissors and takes but a moment'B
the $25,000 salary," Haker argued, time.
■ And now those who once opposed | _______
[ Baker's advocacy of Tener fully agree
with him In what he said.
Simple Cleaner for Silver.
Put two teaspoonfuls of precipitated
chalk in a bowl and moisten with
enough ammonia to make a smooth,
thick cream. Paint this on the silver,
mix more as it is needed, and If the
cream dries in the bowl faster than
you can paint, moisten with a few-
more drops of ammonia. With a piece
of old soft cloth wipe off the pieces on
which the cream has thoroughly dried,
brushing out ail crevices with a tooth-
brush and follow with a chamois. The
result ls the smooth, white gloss of
fine old silver.
New Chocolate Dainties.
Chocolate sardines are a recent ad
j ditlon to the list of chocolate dainties.
Even Nearly a Fed. J They are dapper little fish, three or
Speaking of the Federal league | four Inches long, packed In proverbial
Johnny Evers said in Chicago the oth- fashion Into a tinfoil box which is a
er day that just five minutes sepa- j good Imitation, even to the gilt let
rated him from the new organization. I tering. of the box their fishy brothers
"I do not care to say how much 1 ■ are packed in.
was ofTered, but I will say that had j Another chocolate dalrty is the but
not a certain proposition been accept- j terfly. With wings outspread—and
j ed within five minutes of the time it ! that is the only way he can hoid hie
I was made 1 would have been a Fed- wings—he measures four or five
eral league manager, getting more j inches across. He comes in a box
money than I am now, but it was my ! shaped just to fit him, decorated on
desire to remain in organized base its cover with a butterfly in colors
$2.00 HAT STORE
Showing all the popular Spring styles, the new
Scarf Bands in the different shades, also soft felt
hats in all colors, blue, green, brown, grey, etc.,
and they are only $2.
We have a splendid assortment of Caps, plaids,
checks, and in fact most any color you want at
$ 1 .OO each.
Franz Hat Store
39 North Robinson
CLEANING, PRESSING and DYEING
Of the Best Quality at the Best Price
That is why you should send us your next
work-we'll pay the return charges.
FIELD AND GARDEN SEEDS
White Blossom Sweet Clover. Alfalfa, Seed Com, Cane, Millet and
Feteria Seed, all kinds of Garden and flower seeds.
Mandy Lee Incubaters, Iron Age Seedera'and all kinds of Poultry
ENTERPRISE SEED CO.
PHONE WALNUT 657
126 WEST CALIFORNIA ST. OKLAHAMA CITY, OKLA.
BUY YOUR HAY MACHINERY BEFORE THE
We handle the oldest and most reliable on the market
THE I. H. C. Hay machines of all styles and sizes:
Self Dump Rakes
Side Delivery Rakes
Rakes and Stackers
International Hay Presses; Motor Power and
A full line of repairs carried for all I. H. C.
Try our mail order repair service.
Best Prices and Terms. Find out your needs
and write us or drop in and see us the next time you
are in Town
H. N. KNIGHT IMP. & SUPPLY CO.
1 10-112 West California Ave. Oklahoma City, Okla.
— Boiled Dressing.
Job for Monahan. Cream four yolks, two tablespoons
Joseph Monahan of Cambridge, a sugar. one ball of butter, one teaspoon- j
catcher formerly with the Uo6ton Na- ful mustard, cayenne pepper and salt.
tionals. has been appointed coach of Let come to a boll one-half cup of
the Boston college varsity nine Mona- vinegar and one-half cup of water,
han at present is a student at Bos thickened with one tablespoon flour
ton university. Five years ago he and pour over the above mixture,
captained the Cambridge high and When cold and ready for use mix
Latin team. After graduation he played i with plain cream. #
with Lynn and caught for the Lowell !
Gov. John Tener, Who Has Succeeded
and thereby saved the hours of agony
that Gov. John K. Tener, his suc-
cessor, has endured during the past
' "What do you think of the present
state of affairs In the National
league?" Lynch was asked.
"I have no opinion to express," was
the reply. "I am out of the league,
and I feel, therefore that 1 have no
right to express my sentiments con-
cerning what has happened since I
was supplanted by Governor Tener."
"The ousting of Murphy was a good
thing for the league and for baseball ■ •
ln general, wasn't it?" Oregon University Plans Big Field
"You'll have to excuse me," re- The University of Oregon's new ath- | these Into muffin pans, let them rise
turned Lynch. "I have no statement letic field at Eugene, Ore., will consist until light and bake a golden brown.
to make. My attitude toward the Na- j of two football fields, one of which I
tional league was expressed to the ! will be used for soccer, three baseball
magnates on the day that I was let diamonds, tennis courts and a quarter-
out and Governor Tener elected In mile running track, with a 220-yard
my place. At that time I told the straightaway on one side. It is planned
magnates that I hoped they would con- to equip the field so that all the stu-
duct themselves with as much dignity i dents in the university, both men and
aa they expected from this new lead- i women, will use it.
team for one year and was also cap-
tain. l^st year he played behind the
bat for Bridgeport.
Good Bread Rolls.
On baking day have some bread
rolls as well as the loaves. WThen the
sponge has risen once knead it down
and form it into small balls. Drop
Put half a cupful of milk, the same
of butter, and two cups of white sugar
into a double boiler; boil until it
"ropes," remove and beat a little; add
a cupful of chopped nut meats and
spread at once.
Send 5c for trial sin
Hands and Lips
Reg. U. S. P«t. Off.
Especially good for
Insist on VASELINE
Camphor Ice. Put up
in tubes and boxes. 10
cents. Drug and De-
partment stores every-
CHESEBROUGH MFC. CO.
Seed Sweet Potatoes
Bradley Yams,$2.00 per bu.
Pumpkin Yams, $150 per bu.
Yellow Jerseys, $1.25 per bu.
We gnarantee Bradley Yams to be superior to anyjpotato grown
These are grown on my farm east of Oklahoma City
Early Cabbage and Tomato Plants and Sweet Potato Plants
will be on sale at my store, April 1st
J. E. Lucas Feed Co.
24 W. California Ave., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma PH0NC W. 2215
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the value is in the perfume—you
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The quality is wonderful. The price only
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Smith, Mamie. The Moore Messenger (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 2, 1914, newspaper, April 2, 1914; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109347/m1/2/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.