Oklahoma City Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 10, 1910 Page: 2 of 4
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OKLAHOMA CITY DAILY POINTER
=BY EVANS NASH*
TO BUILD PARSONAGE
FOR BAPTIST PASTOR
AT AGE OF 17 HE WON VISITING RETAILERS
I George Hale, paster of the .Tudsoo
Memorial church of Denver, was last
night called to the pastorate of Im-
manuet Baptist church. Ninth and Dallas, Texas, for a visit with
' Phillip* streets, and his new parish-! mother, Mrs. W. M. Earl.
oners decided to build him an $1,800
parsouage. The call was telegraphed
Mrs. Frank Hazelton has gone to
Mr. and Mrs. John DeLana will ar-
THREE CHAMP. MEDALS ENJOY PERFORMANCE
JUL L Oklahoma City March 1. Tho ^Isor. They will be dinner guests
; call was unanimous. °' ^ Ira. Clarence L. Hen-
Winning three championships in j The National Athletic association. nr i|aie succeeds Forest Maddox, | Ic-V-
three 4ayu when 17 years old is one' under the management of L. H. Cook. wji0 ^as gone to El Reno. He is a
little feature iu the life of Harry j [urn*,JeJ th6 vaudeville at the Cham- graduate of the William .Jewell col-
^ . nhtimninn * her of Commerce last night, follow at Libert . Mo and has been
Hecto:, ex-middleweight champion jng a banquet given by the Oklahoma pi).stor in Blackwell. Enid. Oklahoma.
wrestler of England, that is not to be City hardware, wholesalers to hard- aruj .,j-n Missouri and Colorado towns.
found In many of the "profesh." ware re lilers attending the state ne \a 3 . married and has three chil-
Hector cam® to this country from c0®**nt,o°- dren.
Harry Hector gave an explanation !
London when he was seventeen years, 0f art ()f wrestling, and went or pyTHIANS ARRANGE PROGRAM.
old and went to Canada where li• won tho mat with Ed Adamson iu a 20
tie middleweight, welterweight and | minutes' exhibition. Four negroes i An excellent program has been ar-
FOR BALI REAL ESTATE.
fJft«*n wtrda. 2 days. to*- -Penny a word.
To buy or trade for a new fonr-reom
boose aud tno .-erner lots; roo«1 well
onlr a f w hundred down and baluner
moutnlv rent. or will r*ax tin a «ood
party, ft is now finished, ready t* more iu
Ed. J. Delanev
I'hOMS lloS—Black 171)1 JS JAt Building
TOR SALE- REAL ESTATE.
!Hftwn word,. J dnTs. 30.—PtBiiv n word.
Thursday. F"fartj?.rr 1C. 1310
FOR SALE- REAL ESTATE.
Fifteen words. - ilayj^^c^Ptntiy^tMr
light heavyweight championships three participated in a "barrel tight." fol- ranged fo: tho convention of the
days after he landed. lowed by a battla royal and th# black Knights of Pythias of the Eighth dis-
"I really don't care anything about ;>oys were rewarded with a shower rrict of the grand domain of Oklahoma
Chief Montour's title to middle weight of silver. Andy Smith and G rover which will be held in Oklahoma City
championship of the world," said Hec- \shburn sparred for five rounds, next Monday. About 15 towns and
tor. "I have won so many that they warming up towards the last and win- < ities will be represented There will
don't appeal to me. If the match was ning the applause of the retailers iie a business meeting in the afternoon
made to weight, I would weigh in on Madame Pons and Margaret Nor- and a dinner in the evening.
the day of the match, otherwi-. I Willi wood* women wrestlers. gave an ex-
rot. My weight, however, will ?ut hibition that lasted 20 minutes and i JONES MAKES PROPOSITION
prise oreryone. I wen my England pleased tho spectators. The vaude TO CONSTRUCT RAILROAD.
< hampioaship weighing 147 pounds . Ille team of Leslie & Pattee appeared —-
aad held it for seven years and then 1.1 an amusing one-act skit. Pattee, According to a dispatch from Law-
came to America. If I go back now the female member, was prettily at*,t011* G. Jones, an Oklahoma City
I will have to defeat the middle" eight tired in short skirts, and her co- capitalist and promoter, has made a
champion to regain my title quetiah songs made a decided hit with! proposition whereby he agrees to build
Hectors parents still reside In Ixm- the crowd * steam line from vYpChita rails,
don, and according to the piuc .y lit Graves Lee per presided as stage texas, to Lawton within on** year.
He grappler who calls Beauiiiont, Tex master. I'.efore the exhibition was provided the C hamber of C ommerce
bis home, it is the pride of his father commenced he gave, in his own inimi- lawton signs a certain agreement,
to call himself a descended of the table way. a talk that kept the re- T"e details of which are not made
historic Hector of Troy R«* ords In tailers ii
the Exeter Cathedral bee! ut ten minut
elder Hector in some respe as i taken at
Mrs. Ira L. Ripley and Mrs. J. E.
Matthews gave a milscellaaeous show-
er Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. Hip-
ley's home, 118 Harrison avenue, for
Miss Edna McBride, a bride of Feb-
Charles S. Brown
Ol THE HUM or
Talbot, Requa & Brown
The Irrigated Land Men or Arb
now be found at 4 Souta lloblnson >s . • ' •'
hi* bus opened un offic-. He can >"
Call and w
.Moxieo in f.H famous Petu V'alley can
. I , State Bank. vrhera
l.ruipy to you.
Leaie 2-day ads non for the Friday and
Saturday Pointer. 10 words. - days. :;oc.
Daudy, five larpe rooms and batb. built
Mrs. James Hagerman. of St. Louis, '"r * home. Mantle and rrate. ku -iirn
who has been a suet uf Mr,. W. S. ~°r«
Buckley, tor a few days, has gone to t water tank. Only $27'.o mm cash, bal-
Dallas for a short visit. i *,iCT. 'i you are looking for a home
Talbot, Requa & Brown
THE IRRIGATED LAND MEN.
i.odcro; need money
'••■f for few day*. Bc ie tern
louse. 1500 W. Tib Call «t 1^6 W
F,: Lincoln Park
Tor Sale—2 pair lot* in Induairinl add
tion : ou > on st. Price 5075: one in h ■
•If.. #700; part casta. Mia nee nn«U-
I be* r are hoiovv market vala* tnd the '''f'
Inrestment !n the city. « 'n)L _ L« W 11 '
A SFEt- NDID TEN KOOM ILLJ.1
VODl RN- \I.viOST NEW. re8idencr.
on k.AM' f m VKNTH street. 1m soti
HMM K, I HI BEST !>■ THE CITT YOR
I'UICE—ONLY Slew. for 'ar
. easv. ir you arp looklnjr for a Home / . 3
rlon t fail to see tH* before buying: one- _ _ 1L' _ _vV ,
Salf blo-rk from blvd., ou 27 street. .^3—*}-r.v.ai liouse and •• lots <;)
y terms. 301)j. W. Main. 3rd floor
For Bale Some good bar|ai|i^4o K"
Mr. and. William Mee will en- y,„ ai4 A daodr
tertain Thursday evening of next room house and bath; only $1900: f4."n
week at dinner. Their guests will''-*11, balance ea«y. Lot* alone worth the
be Mr and Mrs. Oscar Grant Lee. Mr. "r^„ '.•'^f^le"52d0!lusrT^ '°l
and Mrs. L. P. Sparrow. (Jr. and Mrs. j basement iind furnace; hi«li and flue, on 0i 4los Broad war
Arthur K. due, Mr. and Mrs. George' w'- °th; dose in. if loukior for a homtf -*ia K.. .. .
U. Kerr an.l Miss Olive Wheat. XiSfrSOSgZ
—1— / J t b'.*st ia city. I honae and lot. Photic 1701-X. ' *1*21
Mr. and Mrs. Prod H. R6ed have; Pine pair lots on W 1st. Where prop- \ Buy before advance in lndu«trbl. 1 roon;
returned from their orange farm in1 f"fF 18 now going higher fast. Old price] bungalow; close to car line a good Jiomr
PlnrlHn mIM hpr« -iccnnnt nf th* lerm" 0;' investment; acme cash, balance to nuif j 9:;
1 lorida, called here on account 01 tne j. ino pa,r Iota on TTesf j^th. High nod 1 a. j. Silverwood, Monarch iiotai, 2t«t V- ——
illness ol Mr. Hood's mother. They dty. ©nly *750. $C*00 eaak. lyj a it /VI
are goesta I Mr. and Mrs Fred fifotfl D. d i*. 1 INvCCI 111^ iV|()llw\
ton, until they obtain possession of DinniOn IvCQltV V^>0. ?n(1. bt.Th. r.oou .«cod J.nsement
their home on West Fifth street.
U. M. Bauq;h-
Phone Main 14.
18 N. Robinson
The Ladies Music club will meet "
Saturday afternoon at Frederickson &
Kroh hall. A program will be given.!
Ffeowa that his ancestors lai led • i.
th« British shores 400 year go '
invading or emigrating par being
Hector is now training for his flni-a
Hutch with Chief Arthur Mi our at
the Metropolitan theater on Monda
night The match promises to bo ex-
citing snd one that «ill be full of in-
"Montour is tho fastest middle-
n Drosr""of laochter for i poblle. The erorutive committee of. Th<; dramatic art department of > ^tthese PriCCS
rili pioai or .uugnier if>. i. r,mc(Ho,in„ *v> . Sorosls will uieot at 10 o clock triday AOer this week prkes wi
trr Kverv Inch of room was I-av-ton body is considering th* . Harrison R Teas ou followiri?. Buy now
fhe ahmv it is estimated proposition. morning wun .Mrs. naruson n. ^pn,fit, ou the corner of Seve
tiie snow. It is estimated I h dale. I orn; half n block from both
lectrie \igbtn. Lot J ilfljj
N. Broadway. J locality. Phone 1514.
" in l'ros|te<'t Heighla-
east front lots, by ownn
tetras. Phone bl ck-384.">. after 0
Fine | ^>n i
Indus'. ;il l ir bought at fir t
k 89. I in 51. I o 4I>.
ilatK-e pay meat*
Jlr 1 t'ri.-e. 1 pa .- Iu t>!uck 81-'
&haw, at Albany HoUsi.
that there were present.
WIFE MURDERER SENTENCED
Mrs. Luther K Thomas has re-
' fumed from a short visit with Miss
A corner on Twenty-fifth and Bonlernrd :
equal to three lots- suitable for *tore
building and resid* rmv Worth 12,850. This
week anly, price $2,250.
Joplin, Feb. 10.—Carl Deltt. foun
dry worker, was sentenced to 26 Tennessee.
AVER PITDQP rUVIQIHN for murdering his wif®. ffo
U f H\ fUIXJL l/l"10lV/l" appealed. Deitz was accused o Kil
7- , h„ ^em'pU^sui^e^H^^S VIcKers at Cutbrie.
br KM"Pern;'a0d*H«o- RreweT eon hU *"* tri"> "> ghuot .bta - ! Mr. ««I Mrs. M. C. Mliner tuve re- ,0„ ,rner ^(D
i-erniiiK the pr..po,ed match between | MEASURE FOB CONFEDERATE ^Ze^I^the south i« tiS&nSL&'tS'gZil'
HOME PASSES THE SENATE ~
K«' r S;j>- I'cir ir.tn west l^tbTaMB^^I
i ljae; terms on part; walks paid for. l'bone I Balan e tern^s. buys * poir of the "otst
ill be advanced : r-—, — . I'J I lots Jl Heights. i Price SS50.
and gain tiio ['",s ,-1 -- blo^-k 16. He|; ht.«
Seventh and West- | original pn< ^: bought . months ;i_o, .-'^,.0. J
i from both car lines; 110 | Have paitl s 125.32. f'ar line in IU days
feet by 14<\ that will make four nice bni'd- ^ants this snap'.* I need money.
Mi 3. Benjamin Barnett is enter- inat nitea^hleul location 10r store and fat j^teurity. Phone *847, Today "Uly.
taining Mrs. H. Cohn, of Memphis,
j Go to Thirtieth and Boulevard, then go I 1®vel* N',,E, c.,tyJ °®af Shawnee
' east one block and ;i half and pee the four ij? T^«15 1 <i,> ^or LotR 'lr,, jui.
iot^ on corner, with our *ign on St: 100 njobJJe See Ouner, Loom 3r 137% W
wtighr I have ever worked on," nald two. The hitch in the signing of
Hsctor. articles has come up on the division
OT Dm purse. Thf* obstacle may be Guthrie. Feb. 10—The house bill ,.r !d tbe Oklahoma City schools, was
GARBER'S SALE DENIED overcome Ro*. manager for Ferns, appropriating $20,000 for the confed ntarrieci in New York cltv on January
Galveston, Feb. 10.—A report which demands ten per cent more of tho| orate home at Ardmore, passed the 07, to Mr Charles H, Lamb, a proml-
«was circulated that Pitcher Bert Oar ""rRP than Brewer, win lose or draw PPnate 29 to 2. although it is unlaw- 1)ent bustness man of Clinton, Okla-
bsr, with the Sandcrabs last year, while Brewer is holding out for a ful to make an appropriation for an; homa#
had been sold was denied by Pre i winner and loser division. institution that does not yet exist.
dent Doherty of the lora: club. It It is true that Ferns is a local Committee of the whole recommended The Women's Foreign Missionary
seems that the report was started champion, hut where he is ten por|thetax assessor bill for passage Sen- society of the First M. K. church will
through the receipt of a letter from cent better than Brewer, yet remains ator Stafford wanted '89ers admitted, give a social in the church parlors
Bobby uilks. manager of last yesr's to h*1 demonstrated. Brewer has;to the confederate home bui he was .Friday evening, February 11. Dr.
team, elating that be had sold Gar- fought every oomer in Kansas City voted down.
ber for $350 Gilks evidently has not ltnd has showed that he is a man that —
been keeping up with bast-ball mat- 0an give Ferns a scrap that will b- SLAYS HIS SWEETHEART,
ters in thfs city, for he also offered highly interesting for the local lad 1A T . .
to take more pl.yer, snd to Accordlnt to Box, he is Kivlni i
Bradford will give an address, also
Mrs. William Mee will entertain
with a valentine party Monday aft
ftnd a manager for those who re- Brewer ten pounds overweight, whir'i derson. a cook, killed his sweetheart, ornooIlt Kebruary 14, at her home at
matned on the Hat. • • ..... - Cptm Anderson, and her father be- -01 nr«et tv..r«anntv< tnr h* r
I Is an injustice, and that for this reu-
DON'T Giggle at
Simply becauae you have tried
K at seme other time and found
tho Dentiat who advertised to do
your work without pain hurt you
the aame aa the othera.
Invented Menazone ever three
years ago and since then has
demonstrated his method before a
half million people. He is the
•nly living Dentist who dares
demonstrate his system in public.
People are thronging his office
daily while the free offer is on.
Haven't yoo heard of it? Here's
the proposition in an egg she I.
You notice I don't say nut she I.
for the reason that nine out of
ten often would say that under
the same circumstances. and
Painless McArthur is just ns dif-
ferent aa hia MENAZONE is v. i
ferent from all other anaesthetics
I want to get 1,006 testimonials
for this invention, from the people
living in the city and vicinity and
to do it I am devoting the time
required to do your work free
making a slight charge for the
Vou know where the office ia.
don't yeu? It is
1332 West Main
Ceres Anderson, and her father be- 72l West Fourteenth street, for her
son he wants ten per cent more of cau«® thf old 1m n1 w0"'? "ot let j .laughters, Bernice and Mary,
the purse than Brewer. Brewer has ??!Z:i!:e1?ir„1„bein'5 b,lt lo yearS °1J
IflO aero*, throe miles west of packing
bonne; |2nooo. \W have cash buyers for
stock yard lots. List with us.
Ed. J. Delaney &
220 Lee Bulldlns 1
Nice four-room home on 25x140 let. In
400 block East TbiTd; south front and
iisrement. Price $2,060. Half cash Plmne
WOMEN ARE NOT ONLY
SLAVES TO FASHION
Cramped for Money
Will sell a beautiful pair of fots on East
Wnh pt , i.j bloek from Belle I*le car line,
for $300 to $500 below market price for
PHONE 3431. 13
Buy This Quick
4-rooin bouse. 1 lot: i5S3 W. Hi, prit*
$|.;0<i: S300 cash, $30 p?.' oaoatfc baiaoce
VKI OAKPINtmi M
21C N. Robinson. tt Phone 10 :
Read and Reflect
itohlusnb ; will tak* a pood -acre tiaat as
part A ' lear property lo L«woe# fer
equity iu Oklahoma City property A l&V
res oeur Britton, for vacant er impr^rsd
< It \ prupert* ^>000 i'.ook clethlaj far
farm A sood groaery for casts: win dis-
count I'm tfe« Trader—kill'
- G. W. LCTE*..
For good level lots on car line in this!
tudition on tbe easiest possible terms, sec
C. I. Myers & Co.
Forced to Sell
stated that he would make 143 pounrls
bv 3 o'clock on the day of the match.
Now Hox should bear In mind that
when he sent Ferns in to fight Frank
Carney on December .14, he gave out
to the public that his man tipped
the scales at 142 pounds and Carney
only Itt Where
Anderson is 30.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Henley will
EXTEND WALNUT STREET LINE.
gone since the Carsey scrap?
Brewer will make Oklahoma City
his future home and has Issued an
open challenge to any man from 142
to 148 pounds.
EPWORTH STUDENTS TO
HAVE BASEBALL TEAM
Players with which to make up the
personal of a baseball club are not
needed so much by Epwortb aa the
•wherewith." At the mass meeting
of the students yesterday it was de-
cided to have a baseball team this sea-
sou if the necessary "cash" could be
secured, with which to finance the
TOUCHED FOR HIS SALARY.
With $1,500 of his salary in his
. possession, Dave Altizer of tho White
Sox made a trip to the coast at the
close of one season. On the train
he made the acquaintance of a charm-
ing youug 4woman (at least Dave
said she was charming, and we will
take his word for it), who left the
train at Salt LaK City, l^ater Dave
discovered that he was broke and
the girl could uot be located. Tim
Hurst heard the story, so it is claimed
d her Bister. Ml.s Elizabeth Arno.d.
of going to the terminus, five blocks
further north. This will last about
has Ferns' weight'two wc kd until the line is extended
entertain at dinner Friday evening jn discussing the all prevailing topic
, complimentary for Mrs. Lester Knapp,! . ,nm , . .
of Bethlehem, Pa., who i3 a guest of f styles for men let >t be known,
from Eleventh to Thirteenth street.
A forty-minute service is now in
operation on the Packingtown line as
far as Agnew street and Exchange
Mrs. John Threadgill is visiting
Mrs. D. A. Dougal, In Sapulpa, this
week. A number of social functions
have been planned there in her honor.
for the benefit of those who think
I that it is only women who are slaves
to the dress problem, that there are
men who spend $20,000 a year on dress
and devote a great deal of valuable
(?) time in deciding whether watch
fob. stud and cuff links shall be of
rubies, sapphires or amethysts; for
they must match absolutely.
There has been a "dress crusade''
started over in Berlin, and every
abandon dress suits for funerals,
mid-day weddings and afternoon teas
and to wear them only at candle
The request is also made that they mi: 5 ?*ar.-\ at -i per 'put interest Answer
Mrs. C. G. Jones will give a party
Friday evening at her home on West
avenue. Cars run out Grand and Reno, Eighth street for her son, Luther.
past the baseball park and back over - ; „ # _ .
the Delmar Garden line. In order Mr. and Mrs. Otis Whan, of Rock
that the stockyard cars may not have Island, Illinois, are visiting Ir. and
to turn trolley at Delmar, a "Y'" is to i Mrs. K. W. Dawson.
be installed between the garden and Mf aud Mrs j, g Ba,ter. of 907
the ball paik. permitting a continuous N(ir|1) Harvey, entertained at dinner
run from the Grand avenue waiting T d eTenlng for h(,r ^t, Mrs.
room to Packingtown. . ,. .: . ,.
For a short time this afternoon the:J- Hoy' 01 bDla-
Capitol Hill route was changed in Tuesday evening Mrs. Mark naum
order to complete repairs on Noble ,,ntertained for Miss Marks, of Meri-
and South Walker Btreets. jan a dainty three course
cinfb FOR DISTURBANCE !linchcon waa served, and the evening
FINED FOB DISTURBANCE. (Cry pieasantly spent.
Charged by Mrs. Eliiabeth Studor ^ Eugene Pryor is entertaining
with peace disturbance and indecent « 8, J||58 Ne„ Gr00m
conduct, J.A. 1 iiggart was fined Jo rj,.„rtv Mo
and costs in police court last night, iul Mo.
"" -T*, n* TLicr-r i address'the G. A. K.'s ou "Lincoln" atic performances, which led to the
not guiltv^of theft. al tjje Auditorium. .foyer being converted into a dressing
r * qhntt was declared innocent I room ,0 i™Pr°vise low necked gowns , pre,
. . ■J. Hielilev In nolice court last' Mrs' G' Spen<er was ''ostess to for ladies who had disregarded the <? >.
^:T.ud£ '"rtE0, T„ 1 the Chafing Dish club Monday. Among,order
Buy a Block
o* half block of tb<* best property SOtU
sr., uorth, all modern iuiproveinents cou-
tracted for. This is a barga.B if tnkrn at
See J. W. Mann
%12-3* Aiuer. Ntt'l. Bank Btdg.
I puinp aud well, small burn.
<-outb front. ni<-«? vineyard. :: blocLs ca/
I line: Lawrence addition. Will m*ak« bff
^acrificf if sold at once. Price ? 1150;
^ t ash. balance terms.
The Carpenter Co.
£U) N. Robinson. « all Kay. Pbone 1032
Neat homo on pared fctreef, witlitn t
blucks of Thretidgill. $2f'00; '2 cash; woi-ru
.>.1000 ted ay. Phone 53S3. ::
150 d ilmce |i0 per 535t 7 ' R : i
fair lightly, well-Ufated parkin^tonn iois
at old price Itigbt Id line of early d<
relopTucnt. Will double in 8 month* Own-
er. Phoae 53S3. 'j
Bargain, Small Home South from pair.'right on the car lire.
~ vith pavaoient and all fraprovemevtc cotti-
• «- - • ifiS; $itooo take. "
Large elegant 4-room bouse, fino loca
tion. Lust Otb: EJle^ tric light- \*ell and SNYDER REALTY CO..
burn. Hp lead idly r«prred. lias *ioon Pbooe Main-137 11 214 Bassett Bldg.
n.ortgage. N\ill take |50ii in rasb, and &>0u < hoici- t\ n i hk u* '
equity in lots, for this equity Or k"<c | \|vkk^1TT < OTtNF.lt
newspaper in tbe Kaiser's domain is cr'sU ""J1 }!lKQ, nut akd smith htrebts
frantically beseeching the men to Pu0ne4i3i i " po \ r.^ioinn L°/9 31 ftnd 32 n,ublKi<
ruoiie -tjji. i.. is. proauna? m^nt on same uorth about ?7®0. Prj-a
For Sale—Fln«> farm, m oi<t- cu.;e of leims. $1800 ru^h. mortgage
Wheatland, every acre ulfulfa land, run-;can l>e paid oft in July or renewed. S««
niug spring water. fair improvements Owner.
TbU an br bought between now jn i C. DKKIKK.
Monday for 816,000; *10.(m<) down, balance j Phone lf M (M ai3 fecuritv bWg
ets on those occasions when full dress
The newspapers implore the ladies
to no longer appear at the opera, in
theaters or in restaurants in the eve-
ning in any other except decollete at-
A few months ago Kaiser Wilhelm,
worthy man, issued a command do-
Fridav evening Bishop Quayle will freeing evening drees for gala oper-
Higb-jrrade pair I'uive -itv lots at ligb-
ptioe Phonp owner. Main-137. .'1 v , . , . ,
' —- >a> rifi> ed at lass tbao wholflMl# ppi, r.
• TO< K YARDS HI SINKS8 I.OT* I j\ ne Mocks to • ar In lico schooL
Lola 3. 11. 12. blo. k f . $1(K 0 each. The41 Loulevard aad -fre<t improveRjerits. Win
will ba>o City water and ga* Lots* 2. . 2". niake 13000 profit Must be sold QUICK.
Mock ■!. South front. $Dif> iach. Laird a i; yon wmt . start iu rne real o^tat'* bu!
Speugel. :«lVj W. Main Phone MX. J_-.' fr.,t) this. Price and terms will aur-
liuaranteod best bargain in city, J-rooin piis'C you.
new modem bungalow; in Braucr Tfeigbi- THE F.TANB RF.ALTV COMPANY.
Price 12300. Own^r Pbou? red-2468. 1-3 1 Phone S23. 9 3 183'^ W. Main
Facinff boulevard; close in w.> ill j
oaltlvely raise the price to fp.QQO Mou- r,
BKN F. DAVIS.
Ji tK V..U besides club member! j °Tb American bote! a few year, ago . rbo„, ^ 2S
action against Bbott.
Over the Boasen Bros.' Jiwelrv
store. It's open from 8:30 to 6
p. m. Sunday from 10 to 12.
Yes; Oh, my goodness, yes?
Every piece of the work is guar*
anteed. Yes, dir. excuse me. yes
ma'am. Yes indeed.
If it isn't satisfactory you
can have any money paid
refunded to you.
,re 'were: Mrs. William A. Brooks. Mrs.1 attempted to serve only those «i-1
Ada Lewis Tucker, Mrs. lliram Kil- tired in evening dress, but the ruk
married only two weeks (bourne and Miss Landis. Score was was abandoned after a stormy soen^
she has husband arrested made by Mrs. Yose and Miss Landis wJth a tweed clad guest who proved
by his friends in American league,! and the club adjourned to meet r«j* gj-- - --^1
and it served as a means to close After a few days of wedded bliss.! week with ^Irs. Charles Hubycka
AltUer up last summer when he was trouble has come to the Cockmon ] * >
kicking ou a decision. Tim called family. Alleging her husband has in The . lothers club or the Model
Altiier out on a very close play at j the short time of two weeks grown Kindergarten will give a \alentine tea
second and Have yelled. What- He* tired of her. Mis. Maud Cockmon at the home of Mrs. J. W. Hawk, 7J1
didn't touch me " The crowd expected swore to a complaint against A. G. West Seventh street^on .Ionaay, reb-
to see Dave hike for the club house Oockmon. ^lutrging him w ith dia- j niary 14, from . to o o clock. An ex-
after a fierce argument, but not for orderly conduct The case was up in cellent program haa been arranged, iui_ ^iVlu,c„HUO
him. Hurst simply remarked: "No. police court this morning, but was *nd a stiver orrenag aiii De taKen. jt ig nQt wjthout many denizlns who
I guess not. neither did the young' postponed Mrs. Cockman claims that The know what to wear and when to,
division of board will
be loss to university.
-.m « -l,nu ..«vr p.wi.1 bare g<>od bHrcsins on « i v ti
and the club adjourned to meet next to be none other than Prince Hat- £u°"5gi5. W° b°Ught earl,r aD<1
zfeldt. i ° MR V, dams,
Fortunately, Oklahoma City has no j P'.'fi-623 Security Bldg. ll Phone
kaiser, and considerable freedom is
allowed in dress to men as well as
women. However, be it known that
I5ran new <> rooni modern bungalow,
i" feet from BHle Isle oar line, on West
•rb Prlio $8000, Sliioo down, balance
> • suit purchaser. Owner's pbone, ,'UtfV
l ine pair lots on "West 7tb: pavemeufi
nd ail oopvfnience>: fnjiy ^infto. K
nyilW Phone M iln 1^7 11
« xa. . . .... ... , . 301 K. 11 tli hi. S-room etrictly modern
In spite of the fact that this city is bungalow, j lots, tho only way t" appre-
popularly supposed to be a part of elste this n e h^me is to *..* it The
the picturesque and uncurried West, I'rice ,s M000: for terms, we me
woman who sot off the train at Salt | already her Im.ba d. proprietor of interesting and beneficial to all who
Lake City " the Busv Bee Pressing establishment are Interested in kindergarten *ork.
At least this is the way the story lt 15 West Reno street, has refused Mfg j i*Roy"lfcSler has returned
Is being told to support her, forced her out of their from a vlglt wUh friends ln Kaasas-j
home and accepted another woman s
affections. It is expected that di-jLuy*
vorce proceedings will be instituted
J. C. Gillogly
carsey baseball club
Suit* fur a baseball team have been
(received by Prank Carse>. oC th<
Carsey Athletic club, and it is the in-
tern.on «f the athlete to form a nine
out of tbe members of the club an.l
uter the CHy league The suits are
deep maroon, trimmed In white w
a v hite monogram. C
left side of tbe shirt.
bout may be serious
* icago, Feb. 10.—To settle a dis-
pute Albert Wilkowskl and Joseph
MeCarthv put on the gloves at the
Harry Gilmore academy several days
hro Wllkowski i« now m a hospital
not expected to live, and McCarthy,
Gilmore. <>eorge Leaihaiu an.i Harry
Gilmore, Jr ar«> in th^ cky jail pend
Ui^ iue outcome of Wllkowski s in-
middleweight after scrap.
W. W. /urbrisk. middleweight box-
er who *as introduced at the ikir-
man*Wallace scrap Tuesday night,
has announced that he intends to re-
•u«jn in Oklahoma City and is here
'voting for a match. Zurbrisk ia a
middleweight and once fought a ten-
round draw with Gorman in Los An-
young visiting brother.
! Portland. Ore.. Feb. 10—Denton T.
Young, batter known a* Of," the vet
j .an pitcher of the Cleveland Ameri-
i can league team, "is about to follow
i the footsteps of Fielder Jones and be-
[ oiue an Oregon rancher.
Young arrived here yesterday and
mnounced that he was on the way to
visit his brother, who is a rancher
and stock raiser at Klgln, Ore.
313 gecurjty Bids
North of city, $175 down, balance Ion if
, i hip; prlee $700 This Ik flno for cows or
! • lilckenw,- and will bring $1100 by cprins.
Address J-12. Pointer. n.i
STOCK TARDA ADDITION
Lots 21-22, block 25 $1000; *775 cnab
"i CSntml, opposite depot. Phono 47
jl.vbelman. 212 Set urlty bldu o 2
i ok salv or tkadf
i iilO a.-re^ <'boice land near Tlrlttoa ami
; now Methodist college, will take lomt < ltv
j i-iopen v Ho worth $150 per nere In si*
i months < all for c'nllers. 211 s«- uiht
j hldg Phono 4516. w ;
Mrs. Frank P Johnson will enter
cTrtru tain Tuesday. February 15, for Miss ing board of the state Baptist uni-
must pay on watered who is Mrs. George Sohlberg's, versify, said one of the principal rea- ,
sons why the Shawnee site \*as ac-
cepted for the new school, was that
We hive the exclusive sale for few d.iys.
t „ acres all tillable, rleh land.-7 miles f
In a statement made ^^ednosdn^ fruni t^ar„r of- c4fv ..iceiy.ndHited' r t '
night. J. B. Garrison, one of the locat- in k or dairy f rm ir j« u want s bar
• — „s uick. <'
I,OB>: INVF.HTMKNT «0.
Main. 13 Pbone 1A40.
Louis, Feb 10.—Judge Hook of guest,
fe.i* ral court has permanently en-1
/iVh joined Oklahoma from'forclng the ra i l epworth booster club. there had been a disagreement among ,
C. on tbe j r°ads to charge a two-cent fare The (
the board members as to whether all
state will anneal Meanwhile passen-j With "A Thousand Students and a • the trustees or only two-thirds of them
eJ« ,bould gVt a receipt for the ex-! Million Dollar Endowment is a should be Bsptists.
cess fare, so thev can have it back -if motto, an Epworth ba<s Because the locating board would
TWO l.ors. Hi?00.
s.'O i \>h
ks of lino Thin
it i-ijee. Address «
: l,OT Siion
on E%wr 1Mb rKi i r.
,i • ■ hoi--^. four blocks «
in and naving: will double in
month-. $120. will handle th-'«e
Pointer. | tion,
1-:! I I'hor
E. 12th Street
Pair Lots Cheap
Only $«00. $10(1 on h. hslnnr« J year* <i
per cent; small mouthl) pajmeii'l- Ad
- i in Polnlei m
outh front!*, le
roads. The judge said the railroads
wore not makine a fair profit He be-
lieve? they ought to show good divi-
dends on millions of watere 1 stock in-
stead of on their real valuation.
five enlist in navy.
versity. At a meeting yesterday i 0f fru8tees should be composed of per-
committees were appointed to form i- aoUli belouging to other denominations
late definite plans and a number of ti,an Baptist, the offer of I. M. Put-
enthusiastic speeches were made. nam 0( a , jjgj, )>0nus and site was
withdrawn. Mr. Garrison Wednesday
night expressed the opinion that the
ale l v
i ii f n
respite given murderer.
Guthrie, Feb. 10.—A resplt
present plan, uudei which all the
jo* 'Have Five-Acre Tract
\ii Hipo for platting ; loratsd norlhensl. will. ■
1 -i In ihe ihicmile - liple. clo«w |o « ur lin«:
-.., d ui' '' nn'' «<nd rapidly trowing in
,l value Win i rude f* brb-k fh.i oi apari
;;,H 1 nicut buildin : What have youV
S. E. Haggard
b™d*nh°cl\ le juTir"kllf£' Th" TrT,,i^Uon'
was sentenced to be hung for killing , Mio^h^ni.n
! City Marshal Charles Farrow, of Oke
niah. The prisoner will appeal.
large douations from philanthropists. !
not Baptists, cannot now be obtained,
according to bis belief
A charter has been issued for th-
school, which is expected to cost uot
lest* than $20(MKhi. The following I
Four young men enlisted in the
Vailed States army at the Oklahoma
City recruiting station and left last
night for the west. Oliver M Fer-
guson goes to Ft. Collins, Colorado
ro jolrt the infantry branch of the 30 hold inquisition on
service, while Vance McIntosh, of christian swope's body.
Little Rock. James P. Jackson and
Granville L. Brents of York. Okla- Kansas Cit Feb. 10.—tallowing the trustees are named: J. >V Jennings,
homa become coast artillerymen. j coroner's verdict that Col Thomas Altus; W. P. Blake. Okmulgee: G. I
, — Swope's deatli was the result of pois- McKinnis, Shawnee; J. L 1! Haw
This paper reaches *ix thousand i oning, it is pro able that there will kins Mangum; W. \Y. Chancellor and
more city readers every evening that ltP an |nquest over Christian Swope's A. C,. WashlHirn, McAlester; W. S
the combined city circulation of all ,l0dy thP millionaire}- nephew The Wylle. Muskogee William Crawford,
other papers j countv attoruev ha^ not yet decided Cherokee; ( \\ Brewer, okemah;
, whether he will prosecute Dr. Hyde. Robert Hamilton. Watonga; K A ,
Col. Swope's nephew by marriage and Wesson, Hobart; K. D. c.'smeron.
physician. Guthrie; 11 C. Clyde. J. H <*arrisoo
1 and J. A. Scott, Oklahoma Citj.
rial addition an
Yoo can't help
-1 lint irood tenn
A. K. Riley
Ameri-a 1 N itlon.< Ita Hul
It *.'00.00 11, it PAIR.
' ml a I; oi everr i"i
>d rluli ground. <20.00
ta\< ^ or interest
•JT and >. is
IT i*ti'i 1^. ii 1
In 1.1- k 130;
mi block •>
IS In t.'o. „ ii
12 an<) IX iu b
At 212 West First Street.
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 10.
$5.00 Cash Priae for the Best
ITEAI I T KK\I r\
Acreage iu N"rtboi«t
Miss Jess Johnson
ADMISSION 10 CENT&
You get a P inter at your office and
home every evening. Everybody gets Always phone 4404 or 22«8 when you . p*1'
H in a like manner. Everybody *"«* 'Ail to get your Pointer bj )\ o'clom
•; everybody r ads it. Where want my evening Office ooen until se\en §,
| ads pay besL" J o'cla ^Pci-
iu lailufi rial ui J Stoekva.
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