Oklahoma City Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 3, Ed. 1 Monday, January 21, 1907 Page: 4 of 4
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Or. L A NOMA CI 1 Y DAILY POINTfeR
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Is All It Costs to Put Your ;
Want Ads Here !
For Sale—Real Estate.
WANTED—To buy from owner, two or three 2
to 4 room houses, close in Room 5 American Ex-
press buildinn. Phone 3345. <*>:i
FOR SALE—New 5 room house, 25th and Shar-
tel, will sell at a sacrifice if taken quick. Take
part in vacant lots. A. L. Wilson. R.F.D. 1. 2-3
FOR SALE—Large 8 room house, close in on
paved street, side walk and coal house. A bar-
Bain at $1400. Easy terms. Phone 3345. 6 3
Elegant 8 room house, well and etc., close in on
5th street, only $3000; terms. Phone 3345. 6 3
5 room house. Well and
barn , lot 50x140 $500.00 cash, balance easy pay-
ments. See owner at 311 West 24th St. 7-12
Nearing completion, two five
room modern Bungalows, with or
We have recently bought over
$10,000 worth of vacant lots that
mav be vourw with a nice modern
home built to suit you, if you can
dig up 25 cents oil the dollar of
tlie true value as initial payment.
For example of the homes we are
building, look at the elegant home
we recently sold on corner of
Fifth and Lindsay Avenue.
Look at that line orchard prop
erty of .Mr. Durland's, on East
Fifth Street, never on the market
until this weet. Will build to
C. P. SITES, Owner
107 N. Robinson. Phone 2216
Lost, Strayed and Stolen.
POSITION WANTED-As bookkeeper or sales-
man. can furnish best of references. Address
"Book-keeper" care of Pointer. 3-3
WANTED to buy large or small townsite tract .
or real pood addition anywhere in O. T., or I. T..
give full particulars, Add. "Townsite" fare Daily I
Pointer office. 2-3
FOR SALE All kinds household and
furniture. 1401 W. main.
Cow for sale, 301 West 5th Street.
WANTED-Position as hoisting engineer, ex-
perience with American-Monday and Lediewood
Cableway Hoists; can give references. Phone 3235.
We have severrl customers for inside properties
from $1000 to $20,000. Want to buy at once. If
you have a bargain see us quick.
2"3 The Land Co., 125 1-2 Main street.
SCISSORS, SAWS AND CUTLERY SHARP-
ENED, and a variety of repairing. 411 N. Rob-
WANTED Pair residence lots, from owner,
must be north of Second Street and within fifteen
blocks of postoffice. Add. Vincent, care Pointer.
WANTED-People who use electricity to know
that the Southwestern Electric Co., takes care of
all troubles promptly. Day phone 2530; night
phone 24f>4. Basement Baltimore Bldg. 7 tf
WANTED —Everybody to buy and sell their
railroad tickets at the Overland Ticket Office, 9
North Robinson st. 164 tf
FOR SALE -Furniture for one room and kitch-
en, all new. Cash or instalment. A bargain. In-
quire 623 West Chickasaw. 2-3
FOR SALE CHEAP-Vose & Son Piano, nearly
new. Call 419 W. 4th street. 2 3
FOR SALE-Cabinet Singer sewing machine
and household goods. 106 West 4th. 6-3
FOR SALE-At a bargain, contents of 6 room
house, full of boarders, located 225 West Noble St.
Inquire at house. 6"3
$500 Buys Furniture
In a new house renting for $35 per month, part
! of house and furniture sub-rented for $52 per
| V. E. HOSKINS & CO.,
I Phone 2273. 219 West Main. 6 3
FOR SALE-American Deforest Wireless Tele-
graph stock, a bargain. H. H. Kitzmiller, 108.
Daily Pointer -Want.'
FOR SAEE-Dining room, kitchen and furnit-
ure for $85. Place has 40 boarders. Enquire room
4. Masonic building. Phone 2016. 63
FOR SALE—Nice fresh stock of groceries,
and meats; first class location: about $2000 for a
genuine outfit, a bargain. See Ayers Co.. 26 Har-
vey Street. 7 3
FOR SALE — New Hardware and Furniture
Store, doing fine business, at cost, $3,500. Sick-
ness cause of this bargain. Ayers Co.. 26 Har-
vey St. ? 3
FOR SALE—New and second
$1200. Ayei*s Co.. 26 Harvey St,
For Sale—Live Stock.
HORSES FOR SALE- Twelve head nicedouble
drivers or work horses, 800 to 1,000 pounds. Phone
807 or call 17 N. Harvey. 6 tf
FOR RENT—Store room,
i 305 North Broadway.
Call on G. H. Lynda,
To Trade- Miscellaneous.
LOST Saturday, small pearl pendant in Over-
ilser Theatre or on streets. Finder kindly notify
F. H. Tidnam,
LOST Bundle of embroidery bougli from
Brock's Dry Goods Store. Finder please return to
Brock's. Liberal reward- 3-3
LOST Between 9th nnd Robinson, 7, 8 and
Broadway, flat brown purse, containing $10 bill,
several dollars silver and cards. Return to Mrs.
j. T. Hawkins, 128 W SUhth or return bill and
keep silver. Phone 2148. 6 3
fhoy always got 'eyi
Daily Pointer wants.
For Rent Houses.
FOR RENT Five room house,
rooms or all. to first cla s purtios.
Will rent three
1140 W. First
Money to Loan.
MONEY LOAN ED TO SALARIED PEOPLE
Small inu'ivst, easy payments, also on chattels,
Invest igati*. B. 289 Bank of Commerce Bid*. Sol
11 Koi n hours. 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday 10 to 12
FOR RENT — Front room, suitable for two
gentlemen; heat, bath, phone, light. 806 West
WANTED—Young men to board and room at
$15.00 per month. Cor. 6th and Harrison, modern.
H. D. Estes. 3-3
FOR RENT—Nicely and completely furnished
bedroom, dining room and kitchen; modern; priv-
ate home. 127 W. 8th St, 3-3
FOR RENT —Nicely furnished rooms with bath,
firstelass board. No. 6 East 3rd. Mrs. Emma
Smith. Phone 2701. 2-6
160 acres improved, want merchandise-
160 acres. SO acre orchard, want saloon.
160 acres well improved, want city property.
'240 acres in Texas, want merchandise.
40 acres close in, want cottage.
Car load horses, want land.
A number one team horses, want cottage.
P. A. Compton, room 4, 119 1-2 N. Bdwy.
Have buyers for rooming houses. 119 1-2 N.
Broadway, Room 4, Telephone 2966. P. A. Comp-
The Pointer want ads al-
ways get the
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms by
week at 21 West 3rd street. J. A. Triplett.
$400 stock of fresh groceries to LADIES-Your attention is es-
trade for a pair of lots in Capitol I penally called to the special bargain
Hill Roach & Brown, 118 West!
I ad of Kennedy's in this issue.
THE MAYWOOI); 9 1-2 Harrison Ave, firstelass
board and rooms; close in. 86-26
FOR RENT—Rooms for light housekeeping,
110 West Third. 6-3
FOR RENT—Beautiful rooms, splendid neigh- j ner OniUil lltltl llobilisoil.
borhood, house modern, well water, reasonable. | _____
436 West 13th street; Phone 3275. 6-3 |
A Cheap Home!
Five room moil; rn rothije on four
corner lots in Epworth View Atlili
tion for $1450 —Patterson Co., cor
ROOM AND BOARD,
Mrs. Smith, 6 East 3rd
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms.
125 West Noble
6 3 |
Horses for Sale.
Twelve head nice double drivers
or work horses for sale, weight 800
to 1,000 pounds. Phone 807 or
call 17 N. Harvey.
Mr. Nappy Stonum, Col. Bill
Wells, Jack Wherry, Frank Blevins
and Pat Murphy were attendants at
i The Bijou Sunday night
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms with bath,
to rent to young men. 17 1-2 Dewey Ave., oppo-
site court house. Mrs. Simmons. 4 tf periHttllCnt C'OllUUlttfc
FOR RENT— Nicely furnished rooms, steam
heat. House under new management; thoroughly
renovated. Mrs. M. Van Swan, 213 I 2 and 215 1-2
West Main St. 3-6
Miss Marie C. Brehm special lec-
turer of the General Assembly'
of the Presbyterian church in the
U. S. A., will lecture tonight at the
.. First Presbyterian church. Mi.-s
Brehm is one of the ablest speaker
on the lecture platform, Hear her
50 laborers at once, 3
e at 117 South Robinson.
houses for j tonight. Admission free.
Come now before it is to late
let us show you tlie be.-.t tiling
acre tracts Roach & Brown,
Quail Law is out Feb. 1st.
to rent—Oklahoma Sporting
Co., 222 West, Main.
Girl to work. Apply at 206
WANTED—Sewing machine men at once,
White Machine Co., 122 West Grand Avenue,
Oklahoma City. 2-3
WANTED — Experienced
WANTED—White girl for general house work,
small family; $16 pei month to the right party,
Phone 2489. or call 419 Columbus Ave. 4 tf
Should not fail 10 nil see,
Before Christmas" at the
odeou. This is the best
picture scene vet received
Don't fail to read Kennedy's ad
this issue of the Daily Pointer.
We have the best 5 and
tracts for market gaiVjeu.
Brown, lis W. Grand.
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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/m1/4/: accessed December 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.