The McAlester Messenger. (M'Alester, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, June 10, 1904 Page: 4 of 4
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You Want Both!
When you try on a pair of shoes look for two
things-comfort and style. : : : :
You must have them both! Either one by it-
self is not enough. It is easy to make a com-
fortable shoe; it is easy to make a stylish shoe.
But it is very difficult to combine the two. To
make a stylish shoe that is comfortable is the
highest art. : : : :
The one shoe that fits where all others fail is
"Queen Quality." 'u "*»
"Queen Quality" originates its own styles.
Then they are copied by other makers. If you
want to be ahead on the fashion wear "Queen
Quality." * + * *
Boots 53.00 Oxfords $3.50
Special styles 50c extra.
Fast color eyelets Do not wear brassy.
j do not. Those that do not hare all
I been outdone by Mr. Hannlngton's
I latest contribution to culinary epl-
! Mr. Hannlngton Is from a part of
the country where the food, while
wholesome, is not stylish. Mr. Han-
nlngton's gastronomic education la
far from complete. He knows that,
and when be comes to New York he
seeks to culUvate his neglected pal-
ate. To that end he dines, whenever
his means permit, in places where
fashionable dishes are served, and
when he sees a diner who apparantly
knows what is what eating anything
that looks particularly "swell" he or-
ders some and tries to like it.
The phraseology in which Hannlng-
ton expresses his desire for those
viands is not always elegant. This is
doe, not to imperfect English but to
ignorance of the names of the dishes.
He went uncommonly far astray when
lunching recently in a downtown w
taurant. A man sitting at a table
nearby was eating with relish a kind
of stew which although not especially
inviting in Hannington's eyes, «
evidently quite the thing. Hannlng-
ton knew the slew waa gilt-edged be-
cause the man who was eating it
looked like a millionaire. He called
"Say." he said, pointing to the man
with an appetite for tripe, "bring me
some stewed bath towels like that
fellow is eating."
We are here with the goods. Kim-
ball Pianos. See R. L. Freeland, 80.
To See The World's Fair.
Get a Katy Album containing views
of principal buildings, reproduced in
colors. Leaves loosiey bound, suitable
for framing. Send 25 eta to Katy *44
Katy building, St. Louis, Mo. Liber-
al commission to agents and news-
dealers. Write for particulars.
If yon prefer, instead of sending 25
cents, send me a receipt showing
payment of fare or pnrchaae of ticket
via M. K. A T. Ry. amounting to SS-OO
or more, and I will gladly send yon
one of my Albums. KATY, St Louis.
Kaeiser & Fuller.
SMith McAlester •
Miss Ada Ayers, of HaileyvUle, vis-
ited Miss Keturah Hopkins.
Miaa Phoebe Sloonm. of Wilbureon.
visited friends here this r , k.
Mm. Ola Coppage has been quite 111
for some Ume with acute grstritis.
Mlsa Stella Swartx, or California,
visited Mrs. M. A. McAlester this
Noving rail road trains have been so
scarce this week aa to be almot a curi-
Miaa Millie Hurley returned Wednes-
day from attending the normal at
The John Hopkins mln* Is working
fuU Ume, and la fortunate in being tro-
bled but very little with water.
The Elk Drug Company compounds
prescriptions accuratly. 33 - tf
Mlsa Maggie Archibald returned
home this week from Ft. Worth, Tex.
where she has been attending school.
Most of the mines in this vicinity
are more or less flooded and trouble
iaexpertenod In keeping the water out
so that work can be carried on.
J. Hager haa again started up a meat
market business here and is located in
the butcher shop building next door
south of W. A. Walker's store.
Many people during the past winter
were predicting a drouth for the
spring and summer. That waa a long
ahot and went wide of the mark.
Oo to theJElk
and fresh drugs.
The continued wet weather ia play-
ing havoo with gardens. Many peo-
ple complain that their Irish potatoes
are rotting in the patch while a large
per cent of beans are ruined, the plant
being killed by too much water.
Fine line of cigaas and tobacco at
the Elk Pharmacy. ► 33-tf
Water broke into No. 8 mine during
the big rain last Saturday and so bad-
ly flooded the pit that the miners
could not come out at the regular way
but sought an exit by an abandoned
or unnsed portion of the mine. In
this section they struck a gas pocket
which their open lamps exploded and
Sam Utteaback, of McAlester, Dave
Archibald, of Krebs, and J. R. dates,
of No. ft, were ail burned. Utterbaek
14.000 Kimball pianos In use.
R. L. Freeland. So. Town.
Stewed Bath Towels For One.
Many pertinent things have bees
said about tripe. Some of these
things sound nice and some of them
fOA'N NAWAY'S 1
! So McAlester. 1-2 block from depot, j
The leading Stuadio of the McAlester District.
Prepared for Protratts, Groins or Views any
size, up to 14 x!7Plate.
cheap Photos. >
When the big
Is over you will be sorry
if you did not attend.
Last day Sat, June 10th.
Ben Durfee & Co.
TJhe jCateot Sn 7/Jillinery.
World's J'air Jfcita.
Sit our* mmtl m •mr »wll, up-to-date *Duck
Jffata, —tomtthimy ontiroty now and M( first
irouyAt to tAio market. Xots #/athor kindt.
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Edgell, B. Wilson. The McAlester Messenger. (M'Alester, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, June 10, 1904, newspaper, June 10, 1904; McAlester, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc284443/m1/4/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.