Oklahoma City Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 279, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 10, 1907 Page: 4 of 4

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Three Lines Three Times 25c.
To Insure Publication Cash Must Accompany
All Want Ads and Copy be in by 12 o'clock.^
The Daily Pointer Now Goes Into Three Thousand
City Homes Every Evening in Addition to our
Usual Business District Circulation.
For Sale—Real Estate.
W ants—Miscelleanous.
J. W. Heck, clerk in the Western
Pacific Tea Go's store, was bitten
upon the right hand by a dog, near
the corner 1st and Robinson street
Fire Chief Kessler run over the
deg when going to a fire and the
animal's back was broken. Heck
was trying to rescue the dog from
FOR SALE —4 room cottage at302 Pottawatomie . WANTED—Nursing in obstetric cases by mid-
Rt.. $1500; well, cement walks, etc.; freshly painted | die aged, experienced lady. Call or address Mrs.
and papered. Phone, Robt. Mee, 2105. 9-3 Nancy Louden, 12 W. Washington St. 9-3
and papered.
FOR SALE New 5 room house. Well and
barn., lot 50x140 $500.00 cash, balance easy pay-
ments. See owner at 311 W« st 24th St. 7-12
4 lots and 5 houses, close in, rented for $50 per
month. $4,600. See us quickly for this snap.
Two lots on 23rd at.. $550.
New 7 room two story house, lot 50x140, $2,500,
Five room residence, comer lot $1,800, easy
terms. ,
New beautiful 6 room house, wind mill, first-
class location, $2,500.
Modern 8 room house in a swell part of city for
Two beautiful lots, 146x190. $1,900.
Two lots, 50x170, rising property. $425.
These are genuine bargains.
26 North Harvey Street.
Bran new two room home on two lots, close in,
a bargain if taken at once; price $750, $200 on
Four room house, well and stable, lot 37 1-2x140,
close in, $1800; $1,000 and $800 in one year.
Beautiful lots in Eckroat addition, on car line,
$100 per lot;,terms: One third 6 months, third 12
months. These lots will be advanced February
1st $25 per lot.
1 have lots on car line on West Main St., 1st.
2nd and 3rd streets, cement walks in front of
lots: $500 to $600 per lot on terms.
Bring your cases to our madstone.
attention. 316 West 5th St.
being struck by the otber fire wag-
The dog's teeth badly lacerated
the tiesh. Mr. Heck became very
sick and was taken to bis home at
126 East 9th street where he will
perhaps be laid up for some time.
The doe; was later killed by a
' policeman.
WANTED—A serviceable horse, must be young,
sound, good driver, 1000 pounds or better, and city
broke. Fancy priced animals not wanted. Call
at 317 Baltimore Bldg. or phone 811. 7 3
WANTED —People who use electricity to know
that the Southwestern Electric Co., takes care of
all troubles promptly. Day phone 2530; night
phone 2454. Basement Baltimore Bldg. 7 tf
WANTED —To rent a house of 4 to 6 rooms,
furnished or unfurnished, must be close in. Call at
Pointer office or address L. N. care Pointer. 0 tf,
WANTED —Everybody to buy and sell their
railroad tickets at the Overland Ticket Office, 9
North Robinson st. 164 tf
Mrs. Zeohys Weaver of West Pot
tawatomie street, appeared at police
station Inst uight and causcd the ar
rest of her husband Thomas Wea
ver, charging him with assault.
Mrs. Weaver alleges that Weaver
struck and beat her, also threw her
out of doors without provocation,
when she had no clothing upon her
\\ eaver gave bond and his case
comes up in police court tonight.
Help Wanted.
WANTED—25 women or Kirls to work at the
New State Shirt and Overall factory. We pay
while you learn. Good wages guaranteed. US 1-2
N. Broadway. 7-3
Money to Loan.
60,000 "UNCLE
For Sale--Miscelleanous.
FOR SALE —Kimball piano, cheap, in Rood
shape. Inquire at Khoades & Bogan grocery,
corner 1st and Broadway. 9-3
O. P. Sturm, editor and owner o! j The Francis J. Milmore Players,
W t5£u ^isEoDonEc°ha^teiZ Sturm's popular monthly magazine, I at the Empire, are presenting for
hXa pleasant caller t the Dailv ! the remainder of this week the
i'hum-Jin.. Pointer office today. quaint 4 act rural comedy-dr ma,
I Mr. Sturm is now making exten- j < 'Uiicsle Daniel." This is one of the
sive preparations for his March ; latest eastern successes and is very
rimiRnBSLLu«?"fnAew"furnnrt^m ^Tu.fof number which will be especially de : pleasiuK to the large audiences
in*ChlcaBo and°want™'to sell* af onc^^Furniture voted to the history and making of which are continuing tomeease at
oo*t {1500: will ^rjfice f^^M^uken^i- the COU8titutional convention, and The Empire.
Business Opportunities.
week; rent $35 per i
Rooin 229 Lee Bldg.. Phone 1118.
FOR SALE—Two fine office diska, one a roller |
top. 11.e other Hat top. Splendid condition. Ai
plly 1223 N. Robinson.
will contain a photo of every cou
i stitutional delegate. This number,
Don't overlook this bargain—9
9-3 !
Announcements. j |)e 0jy the press within a room modern residence, large base-
. We furnish wall paper and hang Fame on odi- f Unllru ift^r t lie close of the COD meut,, plumbing for steam heat, will
FOR SALE —Set single harness and an old pluti n«ry rooms for $2.50 and up. We do paintinK al-o I6W noiirs aiier IU6 UOSB Ul tuo uu « '° . ,c,„
horse 107 S. Robinson street. 98 , ^ lowest prices. All work guaranteed. Address vpntioil will COlltftill ftbout 160! ltfDUUO tills IIOUKG,
FOR SALE-One light team, one harness, one !' tWO tine lots Oil Olie of the best l'esi-
new wagon. Inquire 1316 West Main, between 6 j TRY SPRINGER'S SQUARE DEAL Grocery. Pil8eB' | ,1 1|,|
and 6:30 p. m. 7-8 I Everything to eat. Pone3481. 731 West Fourth j \[r Sturm has already sold over I Slieeis Hi>, $
streets lots alone
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For Rent—Houses.
KOK RENT 8 room house on 625!! Reno Street.
Inquire across the street.
l'OR REN T Four room house furnished, one-
luitf block from car line. Inquire 621 East 10th
street. Phone 2928. 8-1
For Rent—Rooms.
7 room flat, city and well water.
Ivath. gas range; all new. Call
7-3 |
electric light.-,
phone 2966.
FOR RENT-Small house, partly furnished at
820 Fast 4th. Call at 412 Stilea Avenue. 7-3
FOK KKNT One room N Robinson and Broad- i
way Circle. Call at Kosenfield flats. Inquire at1
No. 1. 93 |
FOR RENT on west 6 street large unfurnished
room and also large barn. 219 W. 6th St. 8-8
Mr. Sturm has already sold over
. , . • i* * i from paved streets lots
sixty thousand copies ot this edition 1
worth #2,000; Price $L"
ill) (.' <).
DeVore &Co., 215J W. Main, phone
1(147. 8 3
FOR KENT— Good ground floor office room,
with fine show window. 217 N. Broadway. 7-3
•A Patent Pusher," pushed by a
Lost, Strayed and Stolen.
FOR RENT- Nicely furnished room for two big amateurs' bill, will 1)6 the offer
i gentlemen, on 23 N. Shartell Ave. 2 blocks west : . ... .1 •
1 of court house. Inquire 133 W. Main St. 7 S ) lUg fit- the l>l)OU tills e\ eUlllg
FOR RENT- We have
The show is one that is just the
. . ome nice furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, single or in suites. I . , . , ■ . , . j„„ „ ,1
LOST A hea* v plain gold band gentleman's ; Call at 822 W. Main St. i'hone lC t*s. 7-3 j I'l^llt klUtl aUU ll.lS tllilWI* ,t ^O "
riiue. Kinder 1 o: urn to 26 N. Harvey and receive j
liberal reward. Wm. Toan.
8 3 j FOR RENT- One plainly furnished sleeping j patronage
room tor single Kent Ionian 230 VV. 7th St. 7-8
POUND A buaoh of about 40 keys. Owner •
can wet same at this office. 83, FOR RENT- Light houseke ping rooms, nlto
1 nice bed rooms, furnace heat. House under new
thoroughly renovated. Mrs. M Vnn
I OST Lady's Bold watch and chain, watch management, thoroughly rann
si e 0 I Ope chain Lost on Harvey, between Fiis- Swan. 215 1-2 W. Main.
eu and Main. Mi s. V. R. Loring. 227 Frisco Street. ■ —
Liberal reward. ' • It takes a circulatl
I OST One small black ledger, Sunday Find-
. i-el ni 11 :>aiMi to 1'iedei ickson- K1 oh
1011 to make a
uewHpnper valuable to atlverti>ers
—The Pointer has the circulation.
all this week. Soul-
beautiful and scenic effects mark
this production and it is easily the
best yet at this popular little house
Special mention is deserved on
the singing nud the songs are be
in>.' whistled ail ovei town.
Bill for To-night
Moving Pictures
"Great Steeple Chase"
"Living Flowers."
"Travels of a Barrell"
Illustrated Song,
"They'll all be (Had to See You"
Rear Lee Hotel

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Tucker, Dudley R.; Tucker, Howard A. & Tucker, William L. Oklahoma City Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 279, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 10, 1907, newspaper, January 10, 1907; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc101301/m1/4/ocr/: accessed January 29, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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