Oklahoma City Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 109, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 24, 1910 Page: 5 of 10
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Tuesday, May 24, 1910.
nvn AHOMA CITY DAILY POINTER.
ANNIVERSARY LOT SALE
... r „r„i :n tl,e best citv oil earth and to make our Anniversary Sale an
bowt^ard'J'each ^weTffer Limited time the most liberal proposition ever made to lot buyers in Oklahoma City-
event to be ||
We Will Give You a Free Premium Valued at
$100.00 With Each Pair of Lots Sold This Week
In Our Superb Addition—Success Heights
We want you to profit by this extraordinary offer. If you have any intention of investing in Oklahoma City lots now is the time to ac . e
will sell the lots at the usual low prices and easy monthly payments. They are perfeet lots and rapid money makers. A word to the wise js
sufficient. Dont wait. Crowd your way in while this big opportunity lasts. You cannot find a better lot bargain anywhere and you
just as well have the Free Premium as any one else. We will expect you to come in early and let us show you.
107 West Grand Ave.
PREPARING FOR MARRIAGE
l v MBS. r.FORGE BRANDT WIHTHBOP
It the question were put to girl
v i,„ Is preparing to be married, "\\ hat
, you consider are the most Important
dullM In which Jon should train your
mir before marrlaie In order to mnkc
yourself ft good wife? I wonder how
any different kinds of answers there
w ou!d hi
that she consiuerea •'*<'■7'; •••
dutv !n her married llfo would be ... ... ..
oretty elotlies so thnt she might n wn vs
a fitting adornment to her husrmna a
of course. dress certainly does rank
n i duty In every station of life; hut the
r! who puts dre«s first and also lust. Is
fvnreely the one f< <lalm the honor of
being'styled an ideal wife.
There are many duties counted as little
that are In realty of very grtat im-
mortlfleatlon of spirit, and she Is n wl. e
.,il who recounlze* thnt the duties (if
imr.sekecplng should he learned before-
In which ev
other duties less obvious
bride-elect should train
nany girls before marria;
leh good stead whe
the adoring lover has become the mot
Ii i-; we'l to reflect that even tic most
perfect man Is likely to be a little un-
reasonable and Irritable at times, and to
; remember 'thnt the first rift almost in-
i variably nrl*es from a hasty retort that
ti unswerlng dlsoor
In self-control Is an Invaluable his
for marriage, and <.ne that | enemy
: way towards the making of a
wants to please the man <-f her choice.
Geucroslty must be tempered by reason
and Justice, and the brlde-eleef of a too
up selfish Hplrit munt tralu herself In the
bord lesson of nut giving too prod'irnlly
of her services, unless the recipient Is or
i'"Le?°hery beelu"\iy 'claiming tlie rliiliN
and pleasures that nr.' really due t-> her.
and If she is a girl of magnanimous and
just snlrit she will never overstep the
! boundaries of unselfishness.
I Training In these moral and spiritual
'duties forms a very real preparation f
1 marriage and the lessons of self-control
and discipline that are obtained from
I their practice are needed for the making
of the Ideal wife.
Saw the Speaker** Shortcoming.
A kindly old gentleman was telling
lads the story of Samson. "He v.an
strong." said the speaker In summing np
"became weak ami again regained his
strength, which enabled him t > dest
WHY SOME MEN FAIL
The cyclist who keeps the tightest grip
on his handle bare Is not the one who
steers the strnlgfctest, or gets the most
satisfaction from Ills ride. lie is so prod-
igal In li!s energy that It will all be ex-
pended by the time half the distance
in c: \rrri that an easy rider will acc.m-
'i ;.e latier will ride fifty miles
in iMinfort whilst the former will be ex-
hausted before he lias done thirty tulles.
If the p-v.er be properly applied \ > the
wheels, lutie need be expended upon the
application in the engine cylinder. It Is
I p..wer running to waste, and where tins
, |m the ease to any extent there can be
no reserve f r au emergency, however
widely the valve may he opened.
A man who has been compelled to work
lit ail unduly high pressure should Invari-
•iblv slow down somewhat when the im-
mediate stress la over. Either by earlier
retiring at night or by a short vacation
Ui hualDt l( or, If neither of
the -< is at the time practicable, then by
deliberately cultivating a calm, quiet ut-
>0Naturally the most obvious is to be
• e a trained manager, bo that one cat.
• ile one's own home with aklll and Jndg-
ICxperlenee, bitter and costly, may brln?
i her in time the training s;ie should
undergone In the days of her glr.
nappy uuuie< . . ,
(oiirtc«y and forbearance must be
practiced.* ton. Pome girls are ready
! enough to accept attentions and devotion |
i making nny return for It.
Ti e L'irls In love rIhoiIi'. train themselvow i
1 before marrlace to remember that Justice
Is the foundation stone of true happiness.!
! rn to h.i ve sufficient strength of
mind not to be continually sacrificing her
m _ „ ., J lil Ir.rf.' hminl'Lfl aha
Now. boys. 'f I (had an
ould you advise me to do?
A little boy considered it* secret ..f th-it
rent ancient'* strength, and his hand
"(Jet a bottle of hair restorer! he ex
! ?rS "bir iheTe are experience, tinged mind not t be .-ontlnuallv sacrlfh-lng her
with remembrances of humiliation and, only preferences and likings because she
Btatistlr* show thnt 1f S lending
American cities pay annnafv J'r.noo u-
for police nnd fire prote ti.n, s.(,nonn
for sanitation and publl h«-.u >i
(km 1.00(1 for recreation and $1i (i.imhm 00 for
of many thousands horse pnwe
•d to propel a great ocean llnei
eerln« of such a floating tow
'nhed by one man at the whe<
trola a relatively insignificant
n gine. If the power engine
.■ii the steering gear counts fo
leiy cquitiwuk m1■
■f mind, ho should allow Ills
Hcrvo power to accumulate again, hno
bv so doing will he be able t aecoinpllsh
li'K best, whether he be in business for
hiti self or In the employ of another.
The right use of the week-ends would
make many men and wo., . n ' - .w'"
and «j| eerss. And.
.. rhyme with which most of us i
familiar; but very few trouble to d
deeply Into the mysteries of "inoleolot
re aware that there Is such a r
steering: 11 • s leaves them with a shorta
This way of working may he rompar
t^ a lenk in a
hv letting the
. o failure Ui,^ v-- •« — •■■■
• of environment Is advlsabl
extent than Is po>s|td~
of Its demands
CITY FARE Sc
New Car Line
CITY FARE 5c
-'d by nil
who will i oiidesccnd. though It be only for
lew- hours, to leave all his business and
cares behind him.
N 11 ure Will do much for the man
who will give her a chance. If he will
also r.'-.llze that all his power comes from
the i ii vine source, and thnt to accumulate*
out'of'hini 'usHe'slv. he will find not only
II .:t he can do more work, but that it
will be more effective. Though lie may
l.nve as many difficulties to meet as be-
fore he is certain to be in a better po-
Try This Dinner
SUPERSTITION OF MOLES
By POLL If PAOKT.
.Nevertheless, It la a fact, and one worth
knowing, that every mole has it own pe
r significance, and In bygone days,
i sorcerers and witches exercised their
io arts to the peril of their lives,
re (listing a spell on anyoue, they
always careful to find out all par-
mole on the nec k does not bring mon^
pe.it; but shows that the pern .1
no curries tills mark through life wll
m — ,-scape death by drowning oi
vi.( u...-.~ards rise
nnd wealth through
re supposed to i
lrownlng, other* Trora rir<\
against what particular
Wo must not forget, also the shape am
color or the moles, because each will adc
to diminish tile force of the indica
tIon The "urger the mole the greater th«.
j .[terlty or adversity it brings; tin
s:. i, :.-r. i lie less will be the good or ©ft
t foretold. Hound moles are the be^-t
,i ,i Hi" deeper the eolor the more pr>
nonneed will be the good or bad fortune
■],!!. the lighter colors gives lest o
proof before practicing
ti.eir witchcraft on them.
The following are some of the Inter-
pretations placed upon moles by the old
magicians and may Interest those who
happen to be marked with any of these
A nude on
vili be frequently
.lit by some unforti
•umstanees will Invarl
the riuht side of the fflre-
the right, temple signifies
Ii and honors: one on the
, marriage with a person of
ortune and sn amiable dls-
noio on the left or either of
sign that the
It takee <W>nno billions of microbe# t
make a cubic inch.
of the permits Issued In fhe IThlfei
Htates for buildings in one year approx!
Ti..,11.1v ni i.er ..lit, were constrncted o
u ,,,(j ;n'd • pf-r cent, of flre-reslstin
The Par!-- medical society Is coMlderln
^ , .us fo wear badges in
I, libflc places so that they •
The South Oklahoma City Development Company have opened the above addition,
consisting of 160 acres of beautiful, sightly lots just south of Shields' South Oklahoma
Addition. The Moore extension of the Oklahoma Railway Company traverses this
addition, and the remotest lot is only two blocks distant from the car line. The street
railway service to this addition is now in operation and within the ?-cent car fare.
fall Into povertv, at:
red on the outside en
donates that the bear
in danger of a vkde
rise above the medio
The travel ever -~
meiiiis of . .unterfelt tickets ta so commu
- is rbii-ned that on many rout.
I rel y one p > • ger in five has a res
--mi rl..- "U «>unt«rfe
• . K.-r ,1,ro.lt '.'-"'l. with «.♦ rnnulTan
.r he conductors, who receive a ■«!'
i \ moid on u«« side of the nose gives
success In business, and especially In
I undertaking* of a speculative or gam-
I Ming nature; on either Hp. It 1 the sure
indication of an eplcnre; on the chin, it
dein-tes prosperity and the esteem of
'one's friends and on the throat that the
will become rich by marriage.
od rhyme above quoted
The temperature >f a coal pile rapid
1,1. reuses nttei « hing 1 degrees o
,l„.rr u no don.' 1 uf that coalI u.
be moved when it has reached J
vims or -onie step l-c <aken to c« ol 1t
, prfveit fire. Temperature*
thick slice of old bread in milk
! Xdd a small onion fried brown In butler
,| chopped fine Jieat all the Ingredients
1 with a cup of cream, seasoning with aa.r.
perijier, prated lemon peel and
This aclJiti. -i V.s been laid out for a purpose and that
purpose ia to build up homes. The lots are to be so!,l at yrioM
much lc sn than proper! v a mile from a ear lire or any prospects
of a cur line, i : addition will be placed at the service of
people who want HOMES.
Think of It
Homes on the best ear lines in the city within the S cent
carfare at from $100 to $200 per lot, on easy terms as follows:
On" fourth cps'i: one-fourtli iu sis months: one-fourth in
twelve months and one \ irth i i eighteen months, at only b
per cent, interest on deferred payments You can afford o
buy and build. Sty. iul inducements to those who will build
No person will he permitted to buy more than four lots,
or 100 feet frontage, in iin- addition, ai d only hii'f of the lots
will be sold at this price.
-Hnlnarh He Mnntalie.
Inrjie stems, wash thfi
m1 waters, -1 ruin and put
i iii-Arin 11 contain log some
Classen's South Boulevard, which extends from Oklahoma
City to Moore, and follows the car line, traverses this addition.
We Set the Pace
The last ehanee to buy on a car lir ■' in the n-cpnt car far<>
limit at aov sueh prices and term# Ii " builders and not
speculators'are wliat arc we want in this addition. Call on us
or phone us and let us show you.
•arnlsli the dl«h with poaehed |
una 11 pleees of toa«ted bread.
rt—Rolled Apple Dumpling*.
DUNN & ALEXANDER
Into Alices about two
a en ;:i well-greased l"ik
. . .-!<iu lv together, and p■ r
„ f .' .wit g: Mi* - e tsb3esp. enfill
Of boiling water, ttlrrltng till It
• .1 thleker.i smoothly. 1 aror wlt.i
t >r cinnamon. Bake and nerve
ream and sugar.
Phones 253 and 479
19 N. Robinson Street
An the lenaon
ivst fragllo te\t
adrar •« e^nrfi nf the
ire wdll be worn. tliat
• di-esse* elegantly may ;
A New Telephone
Will Go to Press About June 10th
THIS IS THE REGULAR DIRECTORY
Other parties are contemplating Usuing a directory inde-
pendently of the one i«Ued by this company. This is not sanc-
tioned by us and we believe will lead to confusion
Please notify the Contract Department in writing of any-
future changes in your listing.
Pioneer Telephones (ekgraph Co.
r mr<i,.::it.in 111 i'.T fiivorln col-
,, th« Hi l«. 1 f h«r .Jjecial j \
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