Oklahoma City Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 111, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 26, 1910 Page: 2 of 6

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OKLAHOMA CITY DAILY POINTER.
Thursday, May 26, i910.
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By SUSIE E. BOLES
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You -ant lo dress well. ! show you
how. Tho swrllest, nobbiest suits you
ever saw In nil tho latest shades of
grays in French twilled. Scutch etrlpe,
English dias'inals and others. Your
choice at $12.50.
FRED, 19 N. BflOADWAY.
BRICK
COMMON AND FACE PAVERS.
CEMENT AND LIME.
J. B. Garrison & Co.
I.e-die Harrlsn will leave to- iciirrleU iu tlie automobile parade «t the
day for New Orleans and other points in national convention recently held in
.til i. s.11■ e.xp. • !•' ko by Nt/vimer WuMbingtou, L>. < . decorated the Interior
, New York Inter to visit her daughter, of the lar^e reception room. Mrs. Ida
j I'orter-Boyer, Mrs. Adrlla Stephens, Miss
Mm. f'aleb It. Brooks will entrrtnln with Itnrber and .Mr. W. Patrick, tfiive abort
luijriicun Saturday, complimentary to t-Ik* The round table dls<u*Hlon was
ilrn U I . IlalaeH'H guest? Members of i. d l>y Wl*« Junla Dunham. Mrs. Mckey
tiie younger aet will be the guests.
I'earl Atwood ban returned from
Columbia, M-. where she attended the
arlstUu college.
Mrs. Maria West of Newton, Kansas, s
TtsltlriK Mr. i.nd Mrs. A L. Welsh, 215
west Ninth street.
Mrs Julia Dunham nnd Miss .Tunla
Dunham, of 1147 West Main street, enter-
tamed ui Woman BaKngi dub lut
nifiit, the event being one of n series of
parlor meetings r < w in program among
iti.- members <>f the club nnd friends of
the rause. The home was decorated with
ferns, nsparagus nnd flowers. The beau
tlful oklahoma Woman Suffrnge banner
A New Telephone
Directory
Will Go to Press About June 10th
THIS IS THE REGULAR DIRECTORY
Other parties are contemplating issuing a directory inde-
pendently of the one issued by this company. This is not sano-
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 Telephone & Telegraph Co.
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MANUFACTURERS SALE OF
DISPLAY RANGES
We have just received two shipments of Gas Ranges that
were to he for display during the Natural Oas Convention, but
were delayed in transit. Our instructions from the factories
are to sell them at any price they will bring.
Every range sent was picked out as the best of each style
and finished up with the intention of making the finest display
during the convention.
We are now offering these Ranges at less than 20 per cent
of the retail selling price.
Maloney Plumbing Co.
718 North Broadway.
03
It's Time to Brink
Grape Juice!
30c Bottle Royai Purple Grape Juice 21c
50c Bottle Royal Purple Grape Juice 40c
20c Bottle Walker's Grape Juice 15c
30c Bottle Walker's Grape Juice 22c
50c Bottle Walker's Grape Juice 40c
30c Bottle Concord Grape Juice 22c
50c Bottle Concord Grape Juice 4Oc
75c Bottle Catawaba White Grape Juice 50c
25c Bottle Osco Wild Cherry Phosphate 20c
Get a booklet telling the many different ways
Grape Juice can be used at
JACOBI'S
216 West Grand
LAWN MOWERS!
SHARPENED WITH MODERN MACHINERY
GENERAL REPAIRING
gun and key work -expert repairmen
ENTERPRISE MOTOR & CYCLE CO.
310 NORTH BROADWAY If PHONE 1391
Itllghtcd the uuests with a selection
the piano of her own composition. At
the clone of the meeting the hostesses
i rved dainty refreshments, (iuests num-
bering twenty enJoyed the occualon.
Miss Wlnnlfred McOlassen has returned
from « "lumbia, Mo., where she wns a stu-
dent of the Missouri Christian college.
Mr and Mrs. N. L. Llnebnngh and Miss
Mildred Llnebaugh have returned from
several weeks visit at Ashevllle. North
Carolina.
Mrs. K. J. Bass. of Lawton, state offi-
cer of the U. 1>. ('., is visiting Mrs. John
Lesser of Capitol Hill.
mencement exercises of the Baylor Fe-
male college.
The Brownell L T. L will meet at 4
o'clock Maturday In the pastor's study,
ut the First M. K. church.
Miss Frances Thornton has returned
home from Nashville, Tenn., where she
attended the Ward Seminary. Ml—
This will be the most extensive clearance sale of Remnants we have ever he d, e gran ? . •
several thousand choice pieces of from one to twelve yards each—all of which have recen y accru '
sales in the departments. Short lengths left from the bolt; patterns of various yardage receive m ex *_?■ iy„t
splendid condition, and every piece just as good as though it were cut from the full bolt to your or e . - V . •
Half of the Main Floor, from front to rear, will be strewn with these Remnants—revealing a rnos, 1m • ->siv . y
a vast assortment of materials and effects. We know that these pieces in this sale will niee i ie requ..<-
every woman, for the following goods are shown in ample selection. Be here Friday.
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'SOLDIERS DON'T SAVE
1HEIR CARFARE HOME
TnrQE CPN BE NO DtaSATiSrACT.'ON
Mrs K. T. Cartlldge, of Topeka. Kan-
sas, Is a guest of Mrs. A. H. Vance.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A W McKeand left yes j
terday for New Orleaus, La, for a week's
stay.
Miss Both Phillips hns returned from
Nashville, Term., where she has been at-
temllng Belmont college.
Miss Vivian t'oombs Is visiting friends
lo Mound Valley and Altamount, Kan-
sas.
Mr. nnd Mrs. <\ C. Stanley of 42K West
eighth street, announce the engageemnt of
their daughter Miss Jennie Hess Stanley,
to Floyd Raymond Pope, "f this city. The
wedding will be celebrated Wednesday e\ •
entng. .lune 1, at the home of the bride's
pa rents.
The Ladles of White Temple will enter-
tain Friday afternoon nt the home of I>r
nnd Mrs. W. E. IMeken, 410 West Tenth
street, with n miscellaneous shrfwer com-
plimentary to Mrs. J. <}. Lowe.
Mrs Weston Atwood will entertain next
week for Miss Christine Carpenter, whose
wedding t«> William H. Morgnn will be
solemnized June 8.
Mrs. (Jrnves Lee per will entertain Thurs-
day evening complimentary to Mrs A. E.
Davis and Miss Kmma Davis, who are
guests of Mrs. John W. Graves.
Mrs. William T. Salmon. 21* West Ninth
street. !•< entertaining the Thursday
Bridge club this afternoon.
{ Mrs. F. ('. Jacobl hns returned from a
visit with her mother at Lyons, Kansas.
The W. ('. T F. Is holding a county
eonventlon nt Britton today. Mrs. Ida
' l'i rter-Boyer is one of the speakers. Lunch
eon was served nt noon, the affair Is an nil
day session.
The Smart Set met Tuesday with Mrs
John i: DuMars. Mrs. Llla .Tester of
Corslcnna. Texas, was a u*uest. Miss
Amy Itrooks will entertain the club next
Tuesday.
Miss Flossie Campbell, "f Waukomis,
a guest of her sister. Miss Bernice
Campbell who Is n student at Epworth.
According to It. F. DuBols, sergant iu
charge « f the local army recruiting sta-
tion, nearly every day some soldier on a
leave of absence will call ut his office and
ash for transportation back to his post.
"These soldiers will come to Oklahoma
City to have a good time and Invariably
they spend all their money," said DuBols.
••When it's gone and there is no way to
get back to camp, they cone up and giv<>
me a bard luck story. < f course we have
to give the soldier a ticket back to his
post, but it Is a great nuisance
Charles II. Saunders has re enlisted for
the 30th Infantry, located ut Sun Fran-
cisco; Henry 11. Davis, has re-lnllsted in
the _Tith infantry, located at Fort George
II. W right, Washington.
AT THE REC'Rt ITING STATION.
John Schleberl, whose enlistment iu ie
1 S. navy expired Monday morning left
last night for Dallas, Texas, where lie
will be honorably discharged. Only one
of six applicants examined yesterday was
accepted.—Ben J. Franklin Alton, who cu-
listed as an electrician.
SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS ARE ON.
Seventeen applicants, Including two col-
ored girls, are taking the examination for
common school diplomas nt the office of
Comity Superintendent Mary Couch o-
day. The exaiuluatiou will continue over
tomorrow.
SEEKING WANDERERS HERE.
Police Chief llubatka today received n
letter from Justice of Peace Louis Ott.
of Detroit, asking the whereabouts of
Walter Kltzman, 22, who Is supposed to
be In Oklahoma City.
Minnie Palmer of Boston has also asked
the police to locate her son. .!:;iues
19, who Is supposed to be here.
Palme i
DRIVERS' LICENSES REVOKED.
Rslph Cipher and Archie Hawkins,
chauffeurs, were fined ?2." and costs and
had their license revoked by Judge Illgh-
ley last night. Hawkins took an appeal.
It is claimed that the two were racing
out Fast Eighth street when Frank Ileed,
Id. was struck and injured at Eighth
and Geary.
OFFICERS ELECTED BY
STATE GRAIN DEALERS
The grain men attending the joiut meet-
ing of the millers and grain dealers of
the state yesterday elected W. M. Kan-
dels, Enid, president; R. II Drenuan. ok-
lahoma City, vice-president; C. M. Prouty,
Oklahoma City, secretary-treasurer, re-
elected. The directors are; D. J. Dona-
hue. Ponca City ; J. E. Farrlngtou, Chick-
asha; 1 . C. Kolp, Jr., Oklahoma City;
George llarbaugh, Altus, aud W. L. Ly-
ons. Enid.
The president also appointed as com-
mittee on arbiration: U. F. Clements,
Marshall; P J. Mullln, oklahoma City;
and M. E. Humphrey, Chickasha. J. II.
Shaw, of Enid, was selected to represent
Oklahoma at the tri-s.ate meetiug In Kan-
sas City.
The <|iiestlon of the terminal grain ele-
vator lor oklahoma City was discussed
and fully percent of the delegates were
in favor of the erection of such a struc-
ture. Although uo definite steps were
taken during the meeting, it is believed
that within a week or ten days a sub-
scription list will be started to raise
funds for the bui.ding which will cost
between *15o,u00 and $.'00,000.
HE SIZES VP K. C. COPS.
E. W. Vance, chairman of the poller
committee of the cltv council, has gone
to Kansas city to Inspect the department
in the Missouri town.
NEGROES STEAL TROl SERB.
Two negroes entered ihe French Dry
Cleaning Co., 510 North Broadway, yes-
terday and stole two pair of trousers
which had just been pressed and aid out
on a rack. The negroes were chased intu
the May wood resident district but es-
caped.
PAR MA V SIGNS BONDS. I
City Clerk Hob Parma u tod*.v signed
streof paving bonds in the sum of $19,-
7H4.70. Bonds in the sum of $70,000 hnve
been signed this week by Clerk I'armuu
and Mayor Scales.
NIGHT PATROLMEN NAMED.
W. W. Wilkins, Ii. Chitwood and (?. H.
Gooch have been appointed l y the police
committee to serve as night' patrolmen.
WOODMEN GIVE A SMOKER.
Oklahoma Camp No. 4, Woodmen of the
World, gives a smoker tonight iu Iv. of
IV hall. There's to be some special en-
tertainment features called "A Night of
Fun."
JINK 15 IS CLEAN-UP DAY.
Mayor Scales has named June 15 as gen-
eral clean-up day. The date In previous
years has been In May, but was postponed
this year because of the unsettled weath-
er.
NOTICE!
On account of error in
shipping one four-passenger
and one five-passenger cars
to us, we will allow a special
low price on two new, popu-
lar priced autos just arrived
from factory. All easli or
bankable notes.
CALL 601 MAJESTIC BLDG
We can successfully weld
broken parts of machinery made
of
Cast Iron, Alum-
inum, Brass
copper, steel and other metals.
Broken parts of Autos Printing
Presses, Iron and Woodworking
Machinery, Iron or Brass Beds,
Lawn Mowers, Pumps or Wind-
mills, can be made equal to new.
ALSO OPERATE machine
SHOP FOR REPAIRING
MACHINERY.
PREST MACHINE
WORKS CO.
OKLAHOMA CITY, U. S. A.
320-322 E. Grand. Phone 4628.
Phone us for information.
j COMMON AND FACE PAVERS.
CEMENT AND LIME.
J. R. Garrison & Co.
If children are started in casual occupa-
tions they will never get out of them
THE STORE THAT SAVES Y0U MONEY.
THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU M0I7EY.
THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY.
Friday and Saturday Special!
Friday and Saturday Special!
Special Ready-to-Wear Offerings Disclose the Greatest Bargain Array Ever Congregated
Under One Roof for a Two-Day s Sale
&
TAILORED
SUITS
Worth
$20
to
$30
Women's and Misses' $20 to $30 Suits at $7.95
TAILORED
SUITS
Worth
$20
$30
Yes. we've sent out of this store many garment offerings thai have been amazing in their daring underpricing, but never have we equalled this
aggregate collection of overwhelmingly powerful garment values. Backward business conditions, continued cold weather, fidgety money, pressed manufae-
turers, who have surrendered to oui irrestible CASH offers, all contribute toward bringing about this matchless list of Tailored Knits for 'women and'misses.
These Suits are severely and beautifully tailored, mad ) of light weight homespuns. Serges, Panamas and Tweeds, in light and dark colors. The linings
are rich and soft, Taffetas, Satin or 1'eau de t'ygne. We consider these the most beautiful Suits we have seen at their regular prices of $20.00 to $30(10
and by all odds, the most wonderful bargains this store has had in years. No phone nor mail orders will be accepted -and we nIiuII have to di i line to semi mv
C. O. 1>. or to make alterations nt $7.9B, instead of $20.00 or $30.00.

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