Oklahoma City Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 109, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 24, 1910 Page: 2 of 10

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^ir^t lurtvn rrrv* n n v untv-rro
Tuesday, May 24, 1910.
THE STANDARD GRAND
jSf EWS IN SOCIETY
Fio?st Sewing Machine
The ^orM a
Tbt BUaetra Ormi • 71/ * ry
colre* It b*a so ibaa? fc4rac*«{<r« o ■ aJ c-JBr ^
clMa by It* elf, excly.ive.y u-I d— iLi'JrtJr * v*n".T.
By SUSIE E. BOLES
Perfectly
Balanced
Automatic
■ft!
Substantial
Durable
16
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gtilrfc. It ra*Jc/*s 17' gtltrfce*
ourr J otfctr r«-a.«ocji *by ti.
f/yr yoo u> key. C*J1 **.
stop twit* to 91^*7 Kit ti., t.n UK
*ttro U.e CJC^M :t .i • ;*:*•« i
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W. J. PETTEE & CO.
1&.123 Wert Wain St.
THE HARDWARE 6TORE. P. B. X- «.
OPERATORS
W can use a number of yorxn* wcmitn at oaoe.
We are fccrei-ritg our telephone plant to meet the
Increase in btuinew acd need more operator*
We will teach jam a profitable line of work, and PAY
YOU WHILE LEARNING
We will pay yon at the raU of H 50 per week for the
three or four we«ki you will spend in our Training School.
You will be employed in the ►x'-hanire* imm'diaf-ly
after fin«hiri([ the nchool e /'ir e at a hiehT rate of pay.
Op-nUm are nor* of rapid advsr.'-'ment in propor-
tion to their effieiecy.
Oper«ton ar eona'autly \> ii.e promoted to b'-tter
position*, M Monitor*, 8aperri*or*, Clerks and Chi' f Oper-
atom.
We will pi re you a permanent position.
Operator* work elsrht hour* per diiy, with relief
perio>l . mornirijf and afternoon, in addition to luncheon
period.
We hare exriativr. q-j«rt*n with cafe for operator*.
Oi.r building i« FIBEPBOOF, the light i* GOOD, the
TtiAiiatkm i* KXCELLENT.
We pr-f^r young women between 17 and 25 year* of
age
Employment a* an operator U. In many v.-iyt the best
vocation available.
No prerioua experience U required.
If you have had a good grammar ichool or high ichool
education, it U to your interest to Investigate this work at
once.
Appb-ation* are received on any business day at our
offioe, 705 Telephone Building.
Pioneer Telephone and
Telegraph Company
Third and Broadway.
art jeavir '
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for aa *
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KUGS! RUGS:
The la-.'est at Hon sale of merchandise was closed on May 6th. In
a space of five da , th • Alex. Smith tx Sons' .arpet Co. of \ on^r^ ! • > ■
sold at public auction, between five a nd siv million do.lars worth of Kugs
and Carre'- Our fcu er was on the . round and purchased a stock of these
Hugs and we are goihg to share these rare bargains with you. Do not fail
to attend this sale? as ft mean dillars to you. We can only mention a few
of the many bargains.
Brmselis Bugs,
Velvet Bugs,
9x12
512,50
Hartford Axminster Rugs.
bxl2
Axminster Rugs,
9x1
J-.Ttra >iz
6x13-0
l o you
MeL>«!uonn
Spindled *
Onr* r L
ertaln We<!
Mrs. Phil
Knott, who will
UN I
Ma t
Bn;=<els Rugs,
The One Price House Furnishers oF Oklahoma
pe. 'even thou^ii you
M you n relative."
. •" roiirel Iiugald
y , no get the la «.
jtLtr. ind one Is
much ieas for a
il trive ine an ord«*r
k-u tine your account
ciear thousand pounds
,i / promise. The
• f r raentlonetl youi
ii!u t" see you did tin
hat ! a-k is cheaper
SATISFACTION OF AGE
Br harriet pbescotx srorroKD
At Sea With A Liberator
Hy A WAMIF-
rt' What d'
I'm oot the
jon take tue for.
ort that ^aJi kow- ]
■ •A pan la
i'iui t't'r
ut >,t tue <
not \j* s
\\< 1 arlane
f th« rank
l>la t-ipiaont
• r*e ti>t ful
•i. tu iue<l.t«i
s r nnexp^tedly. and ei-
,*■ a«/on."
he's a busy etep,* remark-
■■L*i :.• e-what he
he ;. aed i didn't jlst
baxne you aald he had."
ir issfre l -^ire Mm, folded
^'nature, lie ir «nced at It
at hi
tue Gloria
find Tarke
avloff th- grm.d
ilgo. TJ" captain
• >nards the brid«
air
straight that
charge of ttt ,
tt«ifa no man. ,
*r trl{> .<•
say there
jed, leu tat Ire
Til
rktr.
sirln trlhes
It elfhteen.
theo."
said
i*ay
ilr 51' 1
Slntu'l' ;
iohsly.
di l lo
Mat ler
H puSSit/l
ted the
he said hur-
oad . we will get
e. If you please,
newcomer gra-
proud." h** b*gan !'i br
uff aft*
engt
ntan
f,e went on, "that tt
s lip ar-- to roll In n k^p-
'-:,t a- < aptain "isck'-r de- !
p kMCM. 1 ft*r we MJ I
- nkiil. f>r outside the
or' severe.'
rej *li*ed the other
. it tnat'ii the d*rk gan«
winds wll no bother me '
Is rievi*.
hours later this som*- ^
eu n furiou* 1
I th« hlilp had
j that ti.«- eijtiai
is dltttwrlfd.
' 1
rould hardly
The u.uria eurounter-
outberiy Rhle. with whh-h
N to Bflt tot ■'
imlty eteu of M'-F rlane
Unrtng the
But I'm only JL*t paid
.li out enxt, and I
that I'd go straight
bad my m-jney. Hlu- «
■ ti iirfii' wuinman, n 1 <(1 will be : either
t;.«- liaud tun tae b.ud If I break^ n v
v ■ rd f^r "iily eight-en juun-la You'll
ha-.* to silo*>> e*tra i« r Mr- M Farlnue,
; - li* f'ir I l e ahoOtiug. he CODClOd-
• ' v ' • -i'• Rt-rni he ascended to the main
It m h li <-kira tnm t' ' link. f>ut ne ji>fn ;1 jjj, way |C communieste with
w^s ana! .us to se ire the r-ngineer iu«ke • >en ~ >unds of dlstrem coming
I must ..ave n d f I • > . •i> i"-iad up- ff>.„ , n«r'B «t«te room, n:,tl looking
on." he whispered. b *n«ling forward. I '■ , . .ie j. Ba^v what brought n urlin smile
• ill it *lgl. *eu certalii. and twenty it t ( H«*fore the wash basin. In
**• work through ah light. 1" it nss a .hlci ■> the i *s t precarious place he I
(ominoB Toyage I couldn t make such au ^ ,, , fnint atid u candle,
effat." _ . . ^ k:.«!t l>on Matadero, hia face, like chalk.
ti 1 n ey« • staring wildly, his limbs shak-
lug ns lu fin ague—the very embodiment I
dr.nlit fear He shrieked lis the ship!
Brown of Harvard"
Senior PUy, New High School Auditorium.
May 25,1910,8:30 P.M.
Board Open* May 23, at Weitfall't.
Price. $1.00, 75c, 50c. 7-1
LAWN MOWERS!
sharpened with modern machinery
GENERAL REPAIRING
GUN AND KEY WORK -EXPERT REPAIRMEN
ENTERPRISE MOTOR & CYCLE CO.
310 NORTH BROADWAY tf PHONE 1391
BRICK
COMMON AND FACE PAVERS
CEMENT AND LIME.
t n o r.
A "pay" newspaper would mlsa you
once In a while However, the free news-
paper should ren-h you with surprising
regularity a It In en-dsr for a carrier to
deliver a route correctly where a copy la
left Ht eveiy hums than where lie goes to
siattered subscribers. Anyhow there arc
enough Pointers printed so that every
family abould have « copy And If you
don't get sou re complain at once. "Kick
tllSt like It * ■ t,.„ •- -
What is It then ' ' demanded Dugald.
"I'll Bti<-k try bead in n-> p ■ke.'*
"You'I keep It to yourse ("I"
"When I'm paid to Bhut my mouth U
bide* •••••ekit.''
kte tulii g you won't talk Well then.
Ill truat you The a fast ship,
nearlv new. In tbe North Itlver. abe load-
#<1 what uaa declared «s general cargo,
t ut 1« mostly munitions of war, and guns,
elth their laountlr.g" for herself We put
the Hound t.. pick up the owner, who
B«nt i. c up t j town to find a chief, for
i 1 refused to sail with tbe lager soaked
kmuauge who was Shipped abroad for the
!.«-rth We're to run t<> a Bouth American
port through a tin-pot Hepublban squad-
r. n, la 'i the stuff snd return.
Witt, tbe ship?"
"Yes. the owner has a further game on
He tin• t to tell tne something of It nri-1
m, notion is to use the Ulorla to carry
..Tf sotne rich senorn out there t«> whom
l.r- u engaged, with her fortune in specie,
there ik a chance for shooting both
I ways, though If you'll come I reckon
tvi enn couut on be«-ls t« keep clesr of It
"A chief engineer," be naponded aen-
t i.tlotislv. "1« a bard workit man. dirt
. heap nt twenty notes a month Jiat tao
keep the crungs moving its beyonl
reason tHe eipe t me, for the * me money,
tne eap'.se mvaei' tae the wli«-«s o tbe
S tirlet Wtimman ■* flndln* steam tee
help some foreign ny-by-ulgbt tne elope
lug and baggage What would Mrs. M
i'arlane say'/ That must ha an eitra.
too. captain Tacker. or not a foot will
I Mir lu It "
Weil, let It stand at that, said the
captain
When they had parted . the engineer
made hlH way t<. one of the big New
^ crk hospitals, where be Inquired for
Mlas Jennie Faakln Hhe came to him
In the «iiltnlg room, a fair-haired, blue-
. ' ed girl in nurse s nnlform, who greeted
• mi with an vewnt faintly reflecting
I.is own
"I'ncle Dugald!" she esclalmed, kiss
Ing liliu ♦'What brings yon here now.
I told you yesterday that I would be vu
duty V'
Hoots, lass." said he. with clumsy
Jocosity, "your patients are no* gtiaa tae
ds« \> -tilting you for all the time I i
keep you I'm for sen. and Jlat called
t ■ tab gude-by with you."
"You promised to go bome," aha re-
minded him
"Maybe be returned aiyly; "but Ire
got to nink' money for your auntie. I'll
be wrltln* her for your nddress ne*t to
nto.' he went on more ser.ouBly, "and I <1
like fine to bear through her whnt comes
<>r this ntan you're engaged to. Have
ton neen him again yet?"
The girl, roay ml, drew ■ letter from
er bosoui.
••I seJJL
laddered to the crash of a tremendous
sea, If you disapprove of tbe object of]
uiy Journey F Will give II up I VOW—" 1
It whs a terrible gale und (retting worse ;
every minute. The engineer sought out
the captain, saluting him In a joking i
nut the captain was in no mood {or
chaff.
reMned the rther
we're off f
your signal gun
e.\ I Wa'it it I've :i pla
thinking will put
a T-ttir money vlthout traikln
I shlppit
1 Maude
turn 1
ladowlng us.
a sc
toys we re 1
l-^naling
ugh t
Matadero
1 the frig
tint tb
meant i^nld tog
1 \\ hen th
g rtu il
iroer pe •
f pnvnt
mlsed to marry
t, th
what I I ear
I intend to
Overhol
r theater
pos< le returni
Age has satisfactions of its own, inde-
pciident of uur care, or love, or pity, that
jinpensatlon. There in hardly any-
: _ for example, of the uncertain be-
fore it.
has been gained or lost—and what
— :i ■ -y.-d i- never lost. Kitting in
iLc -!.i : a \ith its thoughts, muffled
f: -r.i ;!. ■ outer \orld by torpid and weak-
i'ru.c nerve-5 what bright and Joyoui
i :.;i1>ii.agor.a may move before it!-—the
a,gniag hours of a long-gone childhood,
e tremors, the assurances, tbe transports
' Ti j. o r yea wheu ail the world seruied
• :e only to bring such happiness about;
i: successes •f later life! And how, with
Le : r • a be —s t^resLo d. it Ilnwerf
i'i b.t i and get the last drop f
. >om I honey here!
. It wuH And vet, full of fascination ns the stndy
shing and : r.f old age i,light be, botli Intrinsically and
fire w -• non: ■ itautiy approximating interest,
huge i.utlthere Hre few who have been aitra'-ted la
; skylight :,„io iof it; philosophy has not con-#
I I-dried itself with it, physiology bus Iz-
rf it 11 y. shaking | «nltfd It sculpture and paiutlng bara
y s: i the or- jte<l It, and poetry ha* shuddered
ivay from It.
To this day Tltbonus stands a" a modfl
the hnrbor," remarked | - r misery: and one poet only has, ti
api irlng -\t the door j mind, touched the matter deeply, for t!.e
gvpsv who magnetized Ilrownlag s
I duchess to her flight alone Beems to ap-
preri.ite the whole meaning and purpose
, ; this crown and sum « f existence.
'So .it the last shall come old age.
I Decrepit .as befits that stage!
wouldst thou retire apart
i With the hoarded memor e- of thy henrt
\ml gather all. to the very !eaBt.
"f the trii:: -nts of life's earliest feast
Let f. ll through eagerness, to find
i ;. • ci . :.:ng dainties yt behind!
. r -ider .i i lie entire past.
ther thus at last,
twilight helps to fuse
• no* tha iM.e first fro-ib, with the faded huea,
. And the outline of the whole—
- round eve's shades their framework
d out The Daily roll— ,
• beat • ivertlalng urondly fronts for once thy soul!" |
land eoplas dally 1
h i'!1 Oklahoma There's a satisfaction when you adrer-
t think f going J t!«e in The Daily Pointer—You know it's
Grand, oppo- tie paper everybody rends nnd that you
' will get the greatest
1
H
Tv
Evelyn Holman
Western
Beauty
Parlors
I« NOT A CLAIRVOYANT, A MEDIUM.
OH FORTI NT. TE1.1.KH OF ANY I IS
C HII'TIO.N, MIT A IlKAl'TY DOC TO It. 1
CAN POiTIVKLY MARK YOf UFAl TI
FIL.
She wishes to be known among the!
public In Oklahoma City for her prepara-
tions snd treatmenta, hava made many j
families happy and can make many more,
has one of the best equipped parlora ir.
the west: everything new and Baniiary I
Treat® the skin and all Its diseases; dand- |
ruff and falling hair cao be stopped in I
three treatments; auperfluons hairs re
moved without the needle or electricity. '
absolutely harmless. If you don't wai t 1
to hare a beautiful akin and hair, you
needn't call on her. Hhe will convince you
If you call. That yon are not pleasing |
and attractive If your akin la not healthy. ;
It certainly will be if you take the ad- '
vice of thla specialist. Hava plenty of
help and a trtal Is all we ask of you. '
503^2 N. Hudsoi
Bed Special for the Next 10 Days
Extra Special! This genuine Brass
Bed, springs and mattress. Sells
every^where for $30
our price
$1
m
Like cut $15.85, worth $30. $2 down and
per week, Brass Bed, Mattress and Springs.
1
f
Ran.Uci No. 30|
Special $5.65. Regular $9
Choice of our $9.00
Go-Carts cee
for
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US
Refrigerators from $7.50 Up. $1 Down $1 per Week
WALK A BLOCK OR TWO, SAVE A DOLLAR OR TWO
PHONE
SPARKS & LIGON
132 West
Second St
Cor Robinson

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