Oklahoma City Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 285, Ed. 1 Monday, December 27, 1909 Page: 2 of 4
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BY EVANS A. NASH
KNOCKS OUT F1TZ
IN THE TWELFTH
FROM HERE AND THERt
LABOR TO CEASE
flub will dates at Donnelly-1
Special to the Publish®
iiml wn <>ne of the
died here today, ug«
Per. 27.—Col. Robert
In the civil war
Sydney. N. S. W., Dec 27.—Bill Lang,
the Australian heavywel*lit, knocked out J
lieh Fltjstmujons In the twelfth round « r .
their buttle here yesterday by a coinil- I
nation right to the Jaw followed quickly I
with a right upporent. Fltzsiininoua was i
the favorite of the crowd. He fought
clean and quickly, while Laug waa hoot-
ed a great deal for holdlag in cllnrliee
Okla., Dec. 27.—Uacnplng gas
of Mrs. J. TV.
win entertain at carda !
The El well Bridge • lub will meet Wed-
nesday with Mrs. a i
* club will meet Tuesday with
Ml** Mildred Lliuhnugh will
number of friend* with un even
her home Wednesday evening.
"RUBE" HAS HAD
NAME 13 YEARS
St. Louie. Mo., Do<'. 27. "I got niv ni<
n.'nno of 'Rube' in Kraaklln. I'm . in is
the first yenr I pleyed professional bm
bull," snid <; I'd ward Wuddell, the oil
"1 had pitched a nornlng gaiue at <
City nnd shut the tenui out, ^ to (i
the afternoou both teams ret n rued
Franklin for another fame. Tin- man
t'-iiding io pitch for us got drunk
St. Joseph. Mo. Dec. 27 >
sh." through which she was
the prosecuting attorney an
i emeu, t< « k poison from whle
g pro- .......
Oiclao ! | John und 1
ie dfert ilr. .,,,1 .
Mrs. Franklin Harbour will
lu honor of her
Hldgefleld. Ooi n
a brief lines* of
Remington, the ar
day, baring lived
eintion. Mr. Item!
the fatal diseu
died here yeater-
ot> Vvns iittaeked "l'y
Dec. 27—Civil ser-
if. Alex miller Wells of 11M North
examinations to till vacancl
positions of usxlstant chemist
«u of chemistry. department
will be held Jan
and .'in In Okjabuina .rity. Mn
Aid more, McAlester and Enid.
Held east of
ree Grayson, colored, was arrested by
Sheriff Newblock and the ease was In
vest Iga ted by a grand Jury, specially
called. The husband of the dead womau
ia also under arrest, charged with being
again In the eecond Inning.
Willi I lie wore -• to i agnlnni iw. h nil wmhlnaton. D. r. n..-
liitll kit III* In the forelntmJ iiml knwkod : ,, ,|1(. i.„n,ri,„ i,
me unconiclou, tor ghoul tlin— lum. |mnippm| the illiriln* of Hi.
I wit «ri Inilatad on pltililn* ..u ra|nrul1 linn i..--n
tin- it'i mi*- uv boat I lii'iii, 111 l" J. ii nil
11iev did uot get another man to first,
while I made two home rnna, two double
bnggora and a single. That night the
the street aud said. ' You're a regub
"That faatened the nickname
and it has ■tuck."
CHASE ABSTtlN BACK
INTO TALL AND UNCUT
The damage is caused through
ous laud slides In the cut. The pi
tpti• >11 has bee11 the highest in tin
years In which a record haa
;ent. Altogether since the rains 1.07U.7M2
nl.le yards of material have been taken
' j from the Idg Culebrn eut, an average of
the National and ill the American lea a
ha waived claim** to Firat Baseman V\ i
II. in Abstain, whose playiug at times
Abstain Is to go bnck to the minors H
1< admitted by the nttnburg club owners
t« da.r th.it ten minor league eluba hare
already put In claims for Abateln. Jack
Flynn from Ht. Paul will cover tlr*t for
the champions from the start. Thia aei -
t !••* a bitter dlaeuaaloD that has l>eeu on
since the laai game at Detroit new the
attitude of Manager Clarke toward Ab-
ateln. It was reported, aad printed, that
after Abfttelu. by poor haaerunnlug. had
b>at Pittsburg's chance to win the last
Thursday at Detroit, which If won. woul l
have given Pittsburg the chnmplonshp
that Clarke aaid to Abstetn
C, Tlllepaugb of Troy, N Y. Is iu
t oklahoma City, and pin us to locate here
In the restaurant business.
W W Fox
Donnell of Athena, Texns. and
nd family are vlaltora at
F. Donnell, 71U Fast Ninth
Red Man,'' has
and Hudspeth, real es-
aodenhead and you'll^
liaf another game with Plttsburi
. refuaed to clarify mat
through making any declaration as
• * Abateln
a-enld be sent
back to the minors.
FIELDING RECORDS IN
THE NATIONAL LEAGUE
nt the K. of P. hall at 2 :.'M) o'clock to-
Funeral service a for the tbree-dnys-old
baby of S J. Carpenter. 1007 North Har-
vey street, were held from the Theodore
Simmons A t'omiiany undertaking estab-
lishment at 11 o'clock this morning. Burial
too place at Falrlnwn
The Azalea Embroidery club will meet
with Mrs. K. ii Wall. 420 East Sixth
street, Thursday, December :w>tb.
The Daughters <.f the Confederacy meet
Mm — ' f Mrs. John
Topekn, Kansas, this week.
Mrs. Dudley Tucker will entertain Wed-
nesday evening in honor of her sister. Mrs.
Oeitrudo Dupertules. of Waureka, who i*
here apendlng the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. (
ence Orth and Mr. and M
of Mangum. Oklahoma, ai
and Mrs. C. D. Wallace a
h and Miss Fl
cuts Of Ml'
Ir home oi
da> evening for tlu? LadTea Hebrew Bene-
volfnt iisserlatlon. A cordial invitation is
extended the Y. M. C. A. to attend.
will enjoy the Occaaloi
Mr. Charles York nnd Mr. Will T. York
nnd their fnmlllea are entertaining Mrs. L.
I Vuk aud Miss Cora Yark of Kansas
A number of social functlona are be-
planned in their ho
, Mrs. Henry Wolf entertained with a
theatre party Christmas afternoon. Mrs
Joseph Dlatt. Miss Kaul. Mlsa Cora Low
and Mi% Davis Rosenswelg, being
One of the
will he the grand ..
Women of Eighty-nine at the commodious
home of Mrs. Fred Hntton on Broadwnv
ne*t Saturday afternoon. Prominent nnd
influential speakers will give nddresfle*
BRIEF COURT NEWS
Robert L. MeCamaaou. reporter for Th«
IN Inter, returned from Aniuarlllo, Tex.,
last ulght. where he spent Chrlatinaa with
home folks J. W. MeCnnunon. bis
father, la editor nnd pro]
I Atrarlll |
Morning News, lie w
New York. Dee 21
cnptaln if the Chlcag
to the figure* for the laat
In the j
the first basemen
National league, lead
in fielding with a per cent or .we
Branafield. of Plilln<lelphl:i. Is aecoud
BHdwell of New York and Wagner o!
Pittsburg, tie for the honors at short
(<ind street, entertained Judge
i ml and wife of Louisville. Ky
elone.v and wife of Kalians City.
,Combs of Los Angeles and Mlsi
rmatrong of St Louis, with a
...as dinner. Their home was beuj
decorated with holly
P.ttaburg gets the honors
1 field In*
Cenaus Supervisor 1.
K w fork
the Pirate pitcher leads ii! , eilBU„ Pl
Pittsburg leads the clnba morDln„ thn,
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.155 aflVH 1075 542 0515 20 .01
gaton stated thia
d the department
asked for Jobs there would not be
enough to take the enumeration In thin
district within the time limits estali-
8 .050 | jt bed. Lettera of application must i «
.Titers nre sure t<> be rejected
I'he blanks which must be filled by de
lrable applicants hate not been received
vtendlng the September term
until December 31. The order was mad*
order that thia week could be apcul
In the tnnklug up of issues nnd the hear
.. of mot Iona aud demurrera. No Jury
trials will be held.
id that the Importation
' Indians Ii
aud not co
. and that im-
be confined to
ir 140 witnesses,
jf official, farui-
mined, and their
liet the empjoy-
colony ia wide-
special Indus- j
Drawing of Jurlea for the coming Jan
nary term of the district court occupied
n large portion of the day for Sheriff
Blnlon and Chief Deputy J. F. Havens
In district clerk's offi<
Clark ordered five Ju
wbcb will completely
box, as 290 names wi
The first Jn
>s to be drawn,
xhauat the Jury
, being a panel
[>n In nd in the
illy apeaking. the
! of 00. They nre ordered to report as
■ I mi la ii Immi- I follows: Jan. 17 and 31, Feb. II and Feb
ndltious it i in - 2S Judge Clark ordered 00 uauiea to
be drawn for the four last panels, ow-
ing to the fact that two divisions of the
district court will be in session nearly all
of the January term.
rvile aud hud a denn
on national life: that the
ced the native of the col-
whlte labor, and lastly, that
lou placed a fictitious value
regarded as uufouiided. Conclusive evi-
dence was nut before the l umiiilsslon that
neve ral Industries owed their existence
entirely to Indentured Indian labor. The
commission is indeed convinced that a
supply of indentured Indians la absolute-
coal mining. The
dences from almost every witness of the
uiitrustwoithlness of native <labor. At
leaat two natives are, indeed, required
to perform the trork done by the In
MUST BE RICK
inl to the
■I . _ m , ... indon, Dec
dlan. of Portugal h
The commission considers It Imperative stated that
that Immediate action should be taken
by the government of Natal to bring
about an agreement with the Indian gov-
t by which the ludenturea or con-
abould iu future terminate In I li-
on the high seas, and that
Wherever It waa found that In-
dians were doing work usually undertaken
In government anil municipal depart-
ments by whites, steps should be taken
to rectify the matter
27. -Now that the King
left Hngland it may be
great annoyance has
■aused nt court by clrcumatantlal
and persistent reports that
Ject of his
of the '
tho Princess Royal
lu ti gilt
and the Duke of Fife.
There never has been even the shadow
o* an idea In any responsible quarter
either in Engl ~
•Truth," says of King Manuel seeking u
brido in this country. He is to visit
Ylenna next venr. and then he will prob-
ably be betrothed to uu Austrian arch-
duchess. who will bring to liiin a very
It Is indispensable that the future
Queen of Portugal should be born
Catholic und richly dowered.
EMANATE FROM POPE
Special to the Publishers' Press.
..Madrid, Dec. 2/.—It n
authority that there la
icport that It
hat the Drder of the Golden
had been bestowed on Senor 1
who authorised the execution of
Moret. who succeeded Senor !
Premier, was alone responsible
appointment The real clrciini- j
LOCAL RETAILERS TO
PLAY PROMINENT PART
him King Manuel vis. : oliiirteml
art as fo'lows ..
Ited Madrid on his way to England. Kin* |
Alfonso thought It desirable that the erst
while Premier should be preseut at the
state banquet. But. according to the e.s-
tf.bilsbed rules of court etiquette, ther-s 1
were reaions against the one-time min-
ister being Invited. Aw King Alfonso in-
sisted In his desire to have Honor Maura |
piesent at the bnnquet it was pointed |
ity will be there—on
or more speclnl cars
u the Rock Island.
_g crowd of local u
ity in Pottowatomie.
Oklahoma City has been the
of the Golden 1
attend, and that <
out by Senor Moret
tie. Order * "
KKAHOON S BAt'GHTK
The condition, of
daughter of County At-
olney K. K. Beorilmi. was lciioi-teil. toilny
, helnii areatly luipivivert. 11
utferlnii from warlet fever.
of the growth of the oriMllmtlon. anil
I the 52 other associations of the stnte
been patterned In
and tho forming
ilntancev among merchants from
the state will be another step
in the building of the grent Jobbing
! "What do you want?" asked the farm-
er's wife as the lll-lookina tramp ■nine
1 shuffling up to the door. r,I want .• get
H bite or two and I want It quirk, see
• replied the tramp. "Oh, certainly, said
i the good womau with a prompt eheerful-
i the ugly visitor turn apprehensively,
ness and freedom from alarm which made
"You can have all the bites you want.
Here. Towser '."—Baltimore American.
CENSUS TEST NOT
TO BE DIFFICULT
Washington, D. C., Dec. 27.---Any person
of good judgment, who baa received an
ordinary common school education, can
readily and easily pn«s the test to l e glv
en applicants for census enumerate
B. the date
nt from the <<-nsiis bureau today. This
will be a comforting assurance to the
several hundred thousand who are be
lieved to bp contemplating application
fot the places.
It was emphatically stated at the
bureau that the teat will be an eminent-
ly reasonable m.d practical oue, similar
to that applied to applicants at
nslst of fllling-
s; and. In the
>.e work will be in the rural
they will be called upon to
additional sample schedule of
agriculture, fr m information furnishe-l
y the census bureau.
All persons, whether women or men,
ho may desire to become census enuiu-
ristors, uust be cltlsens of the I iiited
States; residents of the supervisor's dig-
•lot for which tbey wish to be appoint
must be not less than 18, nor more
than 70 vcars of age: must be physical-
ly able to do the work; must be trust-
worthy. honest and of good habits; must
have at .'east an ordinary education and
be able to write plainly aud with
comply with these re-
nt in their
e at least OS.-
> be Oiled by
the middle of .Y
the enumeration beginning
Under This Heading—IS words, 3 duys, 25c
Suit of three room9 for light boiisc-
keeplng. modern, < b>ne_in. 11 W. 5th. 5-3
For Rent—A five-room cottage, barn,
shed, good well water, S2." ; storeroom,
3 rooms upstairs, $50. 029 W. Frisco. 5-1
FOR KEN T-MODKR \ COTTAGE
WITH BARN. ON FAST Kl(«ItTH ST.;
WALKING DlMTAN't F. PHONE 1 iOI.
MONEY TO LOAN
Under Thia Heading—18 word*, S days, We
WHY PAT RENT? Money loaned at 5
per cent on city and farm lands, te
build, buy or pay off debts. A'so private
money In large aad small amounts. Mtaa
L. Sanders, room 210 Oklahomaa
. Robert Idee loana long or short time
Iirom 10, Old P. O. Bldg. Phone Black-
r own moaey. My rates sre
Theo ICIaffke, room 7,
Meney loaned on furniture, sewing
ilues, pi.inos, live s " - "
Credit Co., 127H W.
Money to loan .
monda. time checks ■ au; gwn
Room 420. I>ee nidg. Phono 240. 44tl
. Money to loan on persona! property. B.
J < Isggett. 227 Lee Building.
on good Oklahoma City property
on band. No delays.
A. C. IAKMFR * CO..
1490. tf 208 N. Robinson.
For loans on any security! Bee C. D.
Rlchardsoti. 217 Baltlmere bidg 270-24
Eastern money to loan on furniture,
pianos, live stock, diamonds, wagons, bug-
gies or any other good chattel security.
Noref bought. Ready money. No wait-
joyce loan Jt REALTY co.,
201 Majestic Building. 282-8
house on E. Sixth.
For Rent -Six
Apply at 1220 E. Elgtb
Poui room house r-.i rent, neatly fur-
nished, modern; uo children or dogs. .'*27
YV Chicaksaw. Chone Red-2W>7. o-:t
For Rent—Four-room cottage on car
iiue; call at ome. 1 UO S Walker st.
Five-room apieudid apartment to rent
about Jan. 5; Just being finished. iM")
block W. 13th; paved street; two «*ar
lines. Phone 2802 or call 21V W. Main.
For kent Very desirable ftaf modern
00i• XV Fourth. Phone Ula.-k-iKjOO. C
For" Rent—Modern 5-room" flat. Cull
2 Bast Eighth straat Teleptione M 1-8
For Sale—25 rooms, furnished, close in.
snup, und 0 rooms furnished for |275. 1
Phono 4083. I- '.
FOR " RENT.
modern house, with gas,
c Bhartel avenue, at
ler desires to lease this
leaat one year. Phone
If the Pointer reaches you to-5
iv and finds you worrying over
mall debts you are unable *
- .-j' •hiiMl'V.'',.''ifl:KK $
l P and listen here: TODAY Is
a good time to talk to your fain- Tfc
ilv about tnonev matters. Why ^
not start the New Yen . i 1. nil $
your little bothersome debts in _
<>\'i; PLACE, where you have the $
r.| tvi|aU(. ,,f relaying a little each _
week? We will loan you money C
oo vonr household goods, etc..
quietly that "your C
bor need not knew."
national loan * realtt ^
200-6 Majestic Bide., phone4343. a
furnace, at 081
per month. Or
property for al
, 14 Br
before Special Judge
,T. E. Kirkes. prominent railroad con-
tiactor, was arrested last night by Sherlfl
Million on a charge nt forgery. He will
l>e arraigned before Justice Oldfleld this
vis. 20. and Nancy Davis.
Cltv; Claude Obireeter. 19,
nold. 18. Oklahoma City:
ler. 21, and Maggie F).
h< inn City; Miles Joues. 47, Ardmore, nml
Mrs. Emma Gov. 30. Oklahoma City ; Saui
Hale. 21. and Nettle Appleby. 20. Tuttle.
Okla.: .1. n. McCoy, 20. nnd Mary Tracy,
111. Oklahoma City. The rlglita of ma-
jority were conferred on McCoy in the
superior court ae^sral weeka ago.
NEW YORK AMERICANS'
QUARTERS TO CHANGE
couple of mliea farmer norm ui ie
expiration of Its present le.iae in 1012. The
new property comprising ninety-one city
lots near Broadway and
and Twenty-fifth street.
pi.icbaaed and ths work
and transforming It to Its ne*
begun at once No statement as to t
prion paid for the property haa been glv
JomCAOX OBSERVE# AHN1VBRSARV
the aunlversary or his winning
v —jplonahlp. by giving a bouse
arming. In th- home he hs.l lust pre
OLDF1ELD LOWERS RECORD.
I.oa Angeles. Deo >?7 Barney OliHiei.l
csterday lowered the world's record for
fifteen mile run over a circular course,
uklng the route lu 13:41 l-!\ ilfteen se<-
mis quicker than the previous raconl
• dfleld drove his HO-horaepower Hen*.
la It known what the salary ached
I ule will be. The census headquartera an
I at 201 West Main street, second floor.
T. P. ASHURST
Specialty Pure Hog Lard and
Phone 3B86 811 N. Harvey
CARRY JOY INTO THE
HEARTS OF HUNDREDS
Following out a libersl policy adopted
by the manager. A. L. Abt, the Mellon
store gave away all the "left over" Christ-
mas toys It had in stock, valued at over
$400. to about 500 children who ap-
itheast exposure; .Ian.
creened back porch. 7<H K. 10th,
:. B. Dllllugbain, phones 1944. black 27
PRIVATE MONEY. LIBERAL OPTIONP.
.IAMKS O'MARA. 531 LEE RLOQ. 24*-^i
|^..,..w.,(.fl MW MMf* WW im>*
* We Loan Money '
$ If you need money come In aad I
•5 Ik it over with us. Our rates are $
$ the cheapest. r will loan ou *
9 your piano, household goods, llv«- $
$ stock, diamonds or any chattel ae- S
9 curlty. We ieiive the goods in your f
$ possession. We will make the pay- $
| inenta to suit you.
t CITY LOAN * INVESTMES* UO. '
jmodern houae. f W. Grand Are.
To lte:jt—<>ii° 6-roo*u house, modeip.
on paved street. Htewart Mitchell, J.t
N. Broadway. Phone 20t0. 4-3
1'or Kent—A 0-room furnished hou«e;
moilrrn and fine well, *45. 127M, W. Orand.
room A. A T Harper. 4-x
"For Rent—-Two suites of - rooms unfur-
nished. sK<> two rooms furaisheii. mod-
ern. ground floor. 410 W. 5th st._ _4-:\
r«Tf"Kent''--Nice, Btw 6*roen flat. Phone
"l'or Rent—New, pedera ^- 0pm liou
You think you see
six, Then swear
you see seven
Be sure Layton's
Health Club, In
your bread is the
Eouse, |i?.S0. i_'i A
~For R.nl -M-room lmnM t 5Vj I'ork
Place; modern, .lust off Broadway Circle.
N. C. Craln. Phone G3M.
For tie tit 20-rooiii n'.dern flat. 4 a par t-
, ments; ranges, shades, water furnished.
Located 107 E. Sixth. Phone Red-3879.
! For Kent -< >ne ft-room apartment, ele-
gant; all up to date, at 316 W. Washing-
ton Inquire a! .'.10 W. Washington ;;
! if you are looking for a strictly modern,
completely furnished :i-room flat, '.'all at
Ml!I E. Sixth st. 3-3
j garret, barn. 1001 W
!i i.lace of beauty glvi
whom Santa nana
Imported Italian Spaghetti,
Olive Oil, Cheese
children whom Santa Cla
was advertised, snd ti
ado happy, as well
i ma '
ps of older
as not to
buy preseuts for their loved
.... . remembered each
of its more than 200 employes with nn
appropriate Christmas gift.
GO TO CONVENTION OF
Hardup—I 11 never i
int agala. The last
nan got my overcoat
o to that roataur-
ime I was there i
and left hla In Its
Wei I off- But tha proprietor
For Sale Cheap
J. W. ACREE
For all kinds of Feed, Hay,
"Gold Medal Flour"
Prices Right-Prompt Delivery
108 W California ■ Phone 1198
delegates to the luternntloaal V
A A Y W. <\ A. Student volun-
which will convene at
liecember 29 to January
ornlng In a special Full
ihe Santa Pe
The Oklahoma party, hendert by P. 1
Ccrblll, «tate secretary of the volunteer
no veineut. Included 4JS people Practical
I nil the important colleges of the stat«
WThePflve "deleentes from Oklahoma City
were Misses Alta Sawyer and Florelirc
Hamilton. .1 W. Sorrells aad Walter
gant, represenHa|i the r.pwortp
A and Y
| (ill Is' hall,
P^i nd Mrs
perveptress of the Bpwerth
■ Rpwort h
1x4 Ceiling .
1x6 Drop Siding B $24.00
2x8, 2x10 . $20.00
$15.00 per M
Hay-Speer Lumber Co.
934 W. Grand Ave
Satitfaction at any Cost
113 N. BROADWAY
Show up your busine
good light, both inside and out
side. We have ju«t received i
shipment of the Latest Improved]
Inverted Gaa Arcs. Thrown all
the light down and without a
shadow. Four burner arcs burn
I but 12 feet of gas per hour and
give the highest candle power aV>- [
solutely noiseless, and most effi-
cient light of any lamp on the
iiiarket. Construction of lamp ami
protection of mantles haa proven
he Inverted lamp tho lowest in
oat of maintenance.
Look in our showroom at night;
wi: light with Oai Arcs.
lYIaloney Plumbing Co.
i I'hoiiu 471. 43 718 N. Broadway
GREAT SHOE SALE
Save Money Now
Today. Don't Delay!
We must turn this
Great Shoe Stock
into money and have
the prices in
cost to make.
m house, eell.i-.
| 1431 Bad. 4-3
For "Rent.- Eight-room "inuderu house,
T01 K. Ninth. Apply I C\ Itlnehart, 500
K. Eighth, or 700 K. Math.
For ltent—S'e~w, modern double house.
«>n W. Kleveuth. 5 rooms on either side
nf hallway. K. V- Lnkle, room MO, Lee
ItlJg. Phone 1S.V •> 3-8
Nice apartments In fa me r sun flats, 107)
West Third: two large basements for
rout, ssine place. J. J. Wallace, a^eat.
I nOfr Tlil Ilemllnc - 18 woril«, il 'luJt. 33c
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN
--JS a d.T. 2^
Leather pocket book. <ontalning
hen ring inr ihim W.'r riooiirnm. "pGu!
(' l.lnise rpliini In Frhuok Brcj.. 510 W
Hist or L'tiu f:. Eighth street ant) reel**'
liberal reward. *
L«>st s i i n d a y~ n I gbt~ bet ween St." Luke's
Meiliodist ehnr-b and ".00 Es t Ninth
street, n fur neek piece: retnrn to ubo\.-
U'Jdre-s: reward. ft-;;
l-'onnd — A Judy's plain gold bracelet
lrfjulre at Street A Draper's twidertrklna
parlors, lit West Grand avenue. 4-.1
"Lost -rtenrer fur, Friday night, on Fair
Gron.ls ar. Miller Bros., Meflons or
Kerr's stores, or on street. 100 Bsrri
Lost Strayed or Stolen—One bay mare
ahi.ut IS bunds h'gb, branded Sou jaw-
anil shoulder, and a white spot on her
flank Finder notify Caldwell & Rog.
ers and reeelre reward. Phone 47! J.
I.o-.I Iter « Broadway and S Kelly
Wanted—A good light set of double
arrlsjre harness. 200 W. Main. _ 5-^
Wiiuted Board by man and wife in ex-
hnuge for wife's help. Andy Ross, <ien
crnl Delivery, City. _ "'-J
" Waated" To buy n eevple of Minorca
cockerels for breeding purposes. Harry
V Wood. XV2 N Harvev Phone .YJ8 .' 3
Wniite.i-To rent ground fl oof" front'
spa«*e. suitable f«>r real estate office
Phone JOfld. 8-?
"XS'auted—I have from $300 to $fl00 eash
to inve-t or $1500 equity In u uiee home
io trade for a good saying business.
What have you? Address Howard, 1415 W
Main st.r city. ^
Wanted- Small room for office, around
fl* or; will consider seeond floor, elevutor
gage oh |7,0q0
property, rent lug
7(tl, gity f
4067 itu jtrs
Repair work, o«i«i Sebt
house or yard, filing
knives, make shelving.
ed by first- inort-
of city resldenee
Don't Loose an Opportunity to
See These Values
17.00 valves e m, w.40
6.00 values 4.f 0
100 values s.tw)
3.50 values 2.10
- .*0 values i SO
80.00 values st.oo
"• 00 values m8
.V00 value* • on
4 VallMM V t 0
•" ."vi values j.4i)
a.00 valnas Ui
2.80 value* l oo
8.09 \ ;ilues 1j8
M. S. & F. SHOE CO.
PIERSOL The Shoe Man
i an 'easy mutter to rent that spare bed
room and n fe\v weeks' reot will pay for
ilie ftiroishings If you buy of
COBMSH I I RMTI RK CO.,
I for time or eash.
12 West tirand. L'SQg
| "Wanted To* buy second Hand furniture
! W California uvc. Phone 478::.
] ""Wanted—You to know tlfat New State
I Furniture «'o. will furnish your bouse
I on essy payment. U*21 VFest Callfo
.tier This Heudinn 18 words. 3 day
STRAIGHT OlT(Y LOANS. QUICK MONEr; I43.MAINST,
location Address HI
Waaled t. !t nt I'ls
i i'u "UiiL o
ON I MRISTMAH DAY. AT THE
COLONIAL Til E \TRR OK BETWEEN
•M BAST BtOKTV AND : 7 RAM
TENTH ST . A < LASS FIN SET WITH
Amur i\ OPALS; THE OPALS ARE
IN TRIANOILAR SHAPE AND THE
IMTIALS T W. E ON BACK. LIBER
AL REWARD FOR RETNRN TO 707
EAST TENTH ST., ON rnONE Sll.
will tell you jnst
reeurdliiR lawsoits, I
affairs. You say or
tell yon. Readings 50c
irvovant from ohild|^od
town. 3500. to
• re« 70 In cultivation.
«'i'lidless It Davis.
FtTr" Trad*—lilSii « n
Irsde for vacunt lots.
el-plated born saddle;
i.nruest, and good slngb
■iiny new doub"'
18 wor8 . day*. *•
anted to rent-t^o or thr
i m i rmsiied rooms b\ coup)
\\ ithol i' i hildren. jani ary
PHONE --'919. g...
" When "you Imv«
or extra help let
p^dlvldeud paying str
ii" P. "(J* box*fio*°
iuj Z u -i
outhly payments. Ad
i'e are neither clairvoyants, palmlats
faith docto-a, bt.r we do know thai
need furniture nnd house furnishings
Miiit.,ii... iVliiimi," TifmM
pirmaneutly located at 904 E. ,t'i s'
"■ured you u servant
furnish their sleeping
i second haud furnL
SH I t RNITl RE CO.,
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
hIpi- rins Umdliiii-18 word,. ^ a,r«, 'jv
Wanted From Owner
M, 300W. lleuo
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Tucker, Dudley R.; Tucker, Howard A. & Tucker, William L. Oklahoma City Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 285, Ed. 1 Monday, December 27, 1909, newspaper, December 27, 1909; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc101430/m1/2/: accessed September 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.