Oklahoma City Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 3, Ed. 1 Monday, January 21, 1907 Page: 2 of 4
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OKLAHOMA CITY UAILY POINTER
One hundred dozen Turkish Wash Cloths,
Usually sold at 50 cents a dozen
at, a Dozen for
J. D. Ballard and wife of Sayre,
arrived iu the city yesterday to re-
main for a few days. While here
they are guests at the Grand Ave-
The Dorcas society of the Baptist
church will hold a meeting in the
Primary room of the White Temple
tonight at 7:30 o'clock.
Trade with our advertisers and
tell them that you saw it in the
Pointer—the paper that everybody
J. T. Dickerson, of Chickasha,
was a Sunday visitor in the city.
0. H, Shelton and Ross Turner
both of Snyder, were guests at the
Hotel Lee over Sunday.
Bill for To-night
"Night before Christmas"
"Farewell My Old Kentucky"
ADMISSION 5 CENTS
WEST MAIN STREET
Rear Lee Hotel
Frank P. Sharp of Clinton, Okla-
homa, spent Sunday in the city.
While here he was a guest at the
BECKWITH & KINNERSLEY
COLLECTIONS. DAMAGES. PROBATE
Phone 328. Office 207-8 Baltimore Bid?.
i $500 stock of fresh groceries to
trade for pair lots in Capitol Hill or
barber shop. ROACH & BROWN,
118 West Grand.
If you have any cleaning, coloring: or pressing
of clothes, portiers, etc., call up Phone 91.
We will call.
704 North Broadway. A. G. FRENCH Prop.
For Chilly Mornings
A Gas Heater.
It Heats Quick and
Oklahoma Gas and
110 N. Broadway
Mr. Advertiser—Do you realize
the value this paper is to you as an
advertising medium with its 3000
resident cumulation in addition to
its usual enormous business district
Miss Marie C. Brehm will lecture
on prohibition at the First Presby-
terian church tonight. Miss Brehm
is special lecturer on scientific tem
perance of the general assembly's
permanent committee of the Pres-
bvSeriau church iu the United
J. M. Hays a prominent attorney
from Mountain Park, spent Sunday
in the city. He was a guest at the
For the best 5 acre tract on the
market, see lloach & Brown.
William Harper expects to leave
for Stillwater tomorrow to resume
his studies at the agricultural col-
lege. Mr. Harper was forced to
quit school several months ago on
account of a severe attack of typhoid
fever from which he has just re-
Your pants brushed and pressed
for 10c; also hats cleaned and block
ed. Bensol Cleaning Parlor, 200
N, Broadway, basement. 6 G
The Daily Pointer now reaches
three thousand homes every after-
noon. There is no better way ol
reaching tlfe women folks who pur-
chase the needs of the family than
through this medium.
ALL THIS WEEK
"The Terrible Judge
A Musical Satire, Produced by Geo. H. Thomas.
Admission 15 Cents.
Try a Daily Pointer want
ad-Only a quarter for 3 times,
The Ladies Aid Society of the
First Presbyterian Church will meet
at the home of Mrs. Krepps on
west 12th streer tomorrow afternoon.
The assisting ladies are Mesdames
Vance, Hess and Harper
Call PHONE 3270
We are in our new and commo-
dious quarters, No. 24 East 7th
Street, Oklahoma City.
We can receive and care for a limited num-
ber of patients, male and female. Hot baths.
Medicines, Electric Baths, Sea Salt Baths,
Massage, Swedish Movement, Sulpho-Lava
Baths, Tan and Tar Baths, etc., are all made
use of in the cure of diseases.
DR. W. H. GUNN.
EMMA GUNN, Osteopath.
You reach all the people when
you advertise in this paper with its
enormous circulation—and it cost
Don't Forget that
W. M. PYLES
Wants to be your next Sheriff, sub-
ject to action of Democratic party.
Putnam Park Skating
Take your clothes to Bruchmaun
the tailor and have them pressed
and cleaned. Ill N Robinson.
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Tucker, Dudley R.; Tucker, Howard A. & Tucker, William L. Oklahoma City Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 3, Ed. 1 Monday, January 21, 1907, newspaper, January 21, 1907; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc101310/m1/2/: accessed December 7, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.