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INDIANS LOSE
LAST CONTEST
TO PANTHERS
Fort Worth 6, Oklahoma City 6.
Dallas 2-4, Shreveport 8-3.
Han Antonio 3, Houston 2.
littiTCdlon 6, Waco 2.
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GAMES.
Ann Antonio «t Houston.
W aco at Qalveston.
Fart Worth at Dallas ,- r-ui— hu
Oklahoma City at Shrsveport.
S Fort Worth, May 20.—Playing the mme
tagged article of ball that has character-
ized the last dozen games, the Oklahoma
Ctty Indiana lost the third game of the
■erJes to the Panthers yesterday by a score
of 6 to 6. The Indians play tShreveport
today and the games will tell who will
etay In seventh place. The game here
-was called In the eighth Inning ts allow
the visitors time to catch a train for the
{pirate town. The score
Oklahoma City
Downey, If
Casey, lh
Drucke, c
Pernine, 2b .....
.Miller, 3b .......
Nagle, as
JBandy. p
Crowson, p
(Chelletto, v ...>
Totals
port Worth.
*Ftllman, 2b ....
Moore, ss .......
Kane, lb
Jtigg*. cf ..
Brewster, rf ....
Coyle, If
Coyle, If
t^napp, 3b
Orlbbons, o .
.Weatherford, p .
JJurk, p
Totals
Score by lnuln*st „ _
Oklahoma City ..... SI 55
flfort Worth 300 000 21—fl
Summary: Thr*e-bsae hlt^—Flllman
•Home run—Brews;, r, Davis. Snrlflce
.hit—Downey. Struck out—Burk 4, Bandy
ft Bases oo balls—Weatherford 3, Burk
3, Band* 2. Deft on bases—Oklahoma
City 0, Fort Worth 4. Double plays-
Burke to Moore; Drucke to Casey. Stolen
abases—Dru<ke, Perrlne, Miller Moore.
Umpire—Matthews.
UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT
TO CONTROL SPORTS
The picture ef • university president
Setting a coach to teach the athletic Idea
how to ahoet is a *tovelty In aports and
yet It is a fact In Wisconsin. Wisconsin
university's board of regents has roted
to tn us the power of "chopping" the
uthletlc council « n of the hands ef the
facu!tv, and place it in the hands of
: Charles R. Van llise, the president. It is
aald that this presages a inor * liberal
uthletlc policy in the future President
Van Illse was emplowered to find a coach
for the track team to succeed James La-
th rop. who suffered a stroke of paralysis
and who will probably be nimble to do
unv more coaching this year. The regents
voted to buy a life-saving boat and other
necessary paraphernalia to assist oars-
itien and other students who may be cap-
sized while on Dake Mendota.
) SPEED TO BE DOPE
Speaking of old baseball players and
veterans on the diamond, Frank Sanders,
of Blckleton, Wash., who la 61 years old,
is probably the oldest active player on
the Pacific coast. He is the first base-
man of the Blckleton team. He fields his
position, runs the bases, hits the ball,
and annoys the umpire with much more
ginger than most of the youthful mem-
bers of the team. "Dad" Sanders be-
gan his baseball career in his home town,
Marshall, Lyon county, Minnesota, when
he was fourteen years old, and has played
with an organized club every season, save
one, since that time. He started in play-
lag left field on his home team, but his
throwing ability became > noticeable
that he was soon tried as a pitcher. In
1H78 he Joined the Silver Stars, of Winona,
Minn., In the Northwestern league, com-
posed of sixteen teams In the leading
cities of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Dakota,
and Iowa He pitched for them four years.
He returned to his home town in 1882
and played with (joldendale, Arlington
Ore.; Bluellght and Blckleton, Wash.
HOW THEY STAND.
WHILE ASLEEP HE
WALKS OFF TRAIN
Las Anlmss, Colo., May 21.—George
Klmsey, a well known resident of Las
Animas, Is lying at death's door in a
hospital at Lamar as .the result of in-
juries received when he walked from the
platform of the Santa Fe passenger train
Tast night while asleep. Klmsey was
found unconscious on the platform of
the freight house at Lamar and it was
at first thought he had been assaulted
by holdups. His skull was fractured,
the lower lip was almost severed and
otherwise bruised about the head and
After being removed to the hospital,
Klmsey was partially revived. He was
unable to explain how he was bo terri-
bly Injured and *ald that the lost he
knew he was riding on Santa Fe pas-
senger train No. 10. Klmsel's money
was still In his possession when he was
picked up unconscious and the authori-
ties have come to the conclusion that he
walked from the train while asleep.
MCALESTER LAWYF.lt FINED.
McAlester.. Okla.. May 20.—Benedict El-
der, prominent lawyer, was found guilty
of false pretenses by a Jury last night
and fined $470.
POSITION WANTED
Want ad rate^-15 words, 1 or 8 days, 80c
Competent nurse wants wort, day or
week; reasonable price. Call 123 W. Sec*.
ond St. l a
SOUTHERN I.KAQIT5
Won. Lost.
Chattanooga . 21 12
Montgomery 22 18
New Orleans 21 18
Atlanta 17 10
Nashville 17 17
Birmingham 17 17
Memphis 10 1# •/"
Mobile 10 27
Pet.
.630
.020
.538
.515
.500
Thoroughly reliable young man wants
position in office work; preference real
estate; can give best of references. What
have you? Address X-00, Pointer. 1-3
1-3
FOR RENT—ROOMS
Want ad rate—15 words, 1 sr 8 days, 80c
Wanted—A position as bookkeeper or
office man, by young man of temperate
habits. Good reference. Address II. Rlef-
holt, 4OCk W. Reno. 1-8
1'os.tlon Wiinted—es collector; have h.itl
experience anil can give reference.
8 unfurnished rooms for rent for light
housekeeping at 220 B. 3rd. o-4
lor Bout—Modern rooms, close in. Phono
458.1. 80". W. Washington. 108-0
For Rent—In prlvateTamlly, ft or 8 va-
cant rooms. 014 W. 3rd St. 0-3
ftlegantly furnished room for rent iu
New England apartments; everything new
and up to date Inuulre 40a N. Oklahoma
ave. 0-3
5 nice unfurnished basement rooms,
cheap: gas lights and water furnished. 020
drv.sH A-00. Pointer.
Position __ Wanted By v..'A*
1 3
IHpipmpimarrled
man as collector; city salesman, or solic-
itor en a salary; references. Address A-si,
care Pointer. l-'i
Position Wanted—Young Lady sten >
grapher; experienced, with reference; wllr
start on small salary. 010 W. California.
Phone 824.
LOST, STRAYED, STOLEN
FOR SALE—LIVESTOCK
Want ad rate—15 wsrds, l tr 8 days, 30c
Lost—Gold pendant, set with pearls and
Bi * i-a
f.ost—Tuesday, black silk boa; return
SOT. W. 10th, or phone black-1935; reward.
Taken lip—1 large bay mure, 14% hands
high, thin; taken up this morning. 3! 5
W. Oak. 1-3
Lost—Redlsh brown silk and wool
shawl; will pay liberal reward for Its re-
turn to BIT Lee Bldg. Phone 5950. B
Frank James.
Want ad rate—15 wsrds, 1 er 8 days, 30e
Jersey cow.
1-3
B. Brd st. _ ' 0 3
For Reut—Furnlshed rooms for Tight
housekeeping or sleeping. 510 8. Robin-
sou . 0-3
"For Rent—2 nicely "furnlrfbed rooms,
modern conveniences, close In. QllVi W.
California.
For Rent—2 well furnished connecting
rooms, all modern and new furniture, suit-
able for young ladles, otie gentleman; will
rent cheap to permanent people; south
and east front; also have rooms for light
housekeeping: reference required. Call I
"ill st. Phone 005f>.
Strayed- 1 brow~n horse colt, blaze stripe
In forehead; right bind foot white; ,fe-
ward. Deliver to City Pound. 1-3
Lost—Small
Robinson hL,
Phone 4010.
Lost—French poodfle,
0-3
Experienced stenographer wants s po- • Sj H^HI
sit Ion instate, salary willing to pay. Ad- ^ 2, 3 or 4 unfurnished rooms for rent I Laundry box; reward. Phone Red 2237.
inter.
nan, with clerical ability, wouT3
Young
like position with < banco for
inent. Can furnlshe references.
Pointer.
, year old, an
0-3 I ewers to name of Frunkle; return te 717
W. 8th Phone 305. Reward. 0-3
Lost—By driver of L\ 8. express, roll of I
bills, between ?00 and $70; please return!
to Itock Ii 'and or Frisco depot and re-1 W. Main,
celve reward. ___ P".
Lost—White dress, panel front, cm-
0,1 broidery flounce and slip In white Swan
cheap. '•"> I -1 'm !i st.
0-3
•Nicely furnished modern rooms, good
board, rates reasonable. 20 ID. 5th st.
WESTERN LEAGUE
Won. Lost
St. Joseph 10 11
Wichita ,...10 12
Denver 15 13
Sioux City 12 12
Lincoln 13 13
Omaha 13 I®
Des Moines 13 10
Topeka 10 16
WESTERN AHSOCIATION
Won Lost
Joplln. . tim.24 12
El Reno 24 15
Bartlesville 21 10
Enid 20 18
Muskogee 21 20
Sapulpa
FOR SALE—FURNITURE
Want ad rate—15 werds, 1 er 8 days, 80c
Rewlng Machine—7-drawer Singer; pc-
fect condition; cost $05. Also large Jewel
hard coal heating stove, about half cov
ered with nickel plate; It is a beauty, cost
$r>7; and also a large Victor phonograph,
and n gasoline lamp. These articles cheap
for cash. Call N. Douglas.
Furniture for sale—cheap—i
Dewey. 1'*t
For Sale—New furnishings complete
five room cottage. Cottage for rent.
Strictly modem, walking distance; location
best in city. Phone 5U.il. !-■*
For Sale—Furniture new and rent of -
nice cool rooms; easy payment. Call
mornings. Room 337 New l'ostofflce Bldg.
1-3
.53'> For Sale—1 Iron bed, springs and mat
.500 tress, $.".00; PxLJ Brussels rug, $5.00; IKI2
.500
Teams
Chicago . ..
Pittsburg .
Cincinnati .
New York .
Philadelphia
St. Louis
Boston . ..
Brooklyn . .
Teama
Philadelphia
New York ..
Boston
Detroit . ...
Washington .
Cleveland .
St. Louis ..
chlcago
Louis ..
20
31
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Won Lost
18 11
.512
.47.-,
.441
.181
Brussels carpet, $5.00; 0x12 Ingrain rug,
$1.00; small kitchen table, $1 .'K ; cooking
utensils and lamps.
WANTED—ROOMS _
t ad rate—15 words, 1 or 8 dnys, >c
Young mnn will pay $5.00 week, modern
furnished south or east room. Breakfast
and evening dinner. Strictly private fam-
ily. Use of phone. O-IS Pointer. 1-3
\ oung n leri furnished
room, southeast exposure; breakfast, even-
ing dinner; strlctry private family; also
use of nhone; stute prlco. Addreos A-0:>.
Pointer.
Boom and Board Wanted—by
I una range, refrigerator, kitchen cabinet,
Iti rooms for light housekeeping; also
sleeping room. 1Uo8 N. Ilroadwuy. 0-3
i"w«, nicely furuiflieil trout rooms, mod-
ern. Good location, walking distance, pri-
vate home. 1-HW. 8th st. l'lione .'<510. 0-3
KurmsLt'd room iu private family, mod-
ern conveniences. Board Indies prefer
red. 7H IS, 6th st. Phone 5432. 0-3
Lar^ eicgsntiy furnished front room,
all modern conveniences, good board; gen-
tleman only, L. 3rd. Phone Black 2057.!
0-3
Lost Illinois Training School for Nurs
es. iirhool pin. "Miss l'llrnbeth Grater,
1007," engraved on back; return 501 N.
Broadway, Reward. 9-3
Lost Pocket book, lift in tent of Circle
swlnar at Delmar; reward. Phone 2021.
0 3
Fine 5 year old driving or aaddla horae
for sale, cheap. Phone 0287. Maddy. 1-3
For Sale—Draft horse, 5 years old, I
sound and gentie; guaranteed. Call afler
0:30. 818 W. Pottowatomle st. 1-8
2 cows, one Vi Jersey, Just fresh, ft1* .
gallons; another gallons. 2610 N. Mc- '
fcialsy, 1-3 j
Fur Sale or trade—large horse or goo'd
mare and colt for good driving horse or '
team of ponies. 14^7 W. -Oth. 1 3 1
For Salo Male Calf—2 months. i. FT. .'
Logan, Frultland add., city. 1-3 ,
For Hale—Fresh 8 4 Jersey, with calf;
cow gives 4 gallons per day, easy milker,!
gentle, big bargain. Party going aw.iyj
tor summer. Come and see her milked;'
also chickens for sale. 1815 McKlnley. |
Phono 32Q0. 1-81
Sale—Horse and rig, cheap. 14011
PI oru. 475S. 0 .
1 .1 sale A i . Jersey cow, fresh, \
* bargain, for $U). luQulre rear 531 W. '
Bono.
l'or Sale—Large red Durham cow, fresU!
In a few days, $45 Call KUU 24tj> sL 0-3
'•1 earn of small ponies, togeth-1
er or separate. 1310 W. 24tli st.
Lost—1 gray mule, 15 hands, U1 • it 8
In front foot; reward. Trammel, Brit-
tin. 0-3
TskenTp Deep red cow, with wire at-
• W. 13th. 0-3
I.-st Hue , • . , one year old.
white spot In forehead, ene whits foot;
notify Mrs. S. E. Hanson, C-515 or I). W.
Fox, 220v<, W. Grand.
tscled, nt 1201
sale-Good watch dog. English buTI
0-3
For
l'lione 2000.
lor Sale -Good horso and delivery wag -
on cheap. 18 N. Harrah. 0-3
1 -07 tuuok . vour i b 'id see If vo
man; best references; In modern home, , * .. K(.,t (1 S;oi-iae
willing to pay liberal for right acconi.no , ^"V^tlmore Bhig^
clulj.'DK. Suite prior and locattuu. A i " -
eare Pointer. 1-1 Nicely furnished
roo
Stolen or strayed—1 light 1
FOB HENT—S ROOMS BNBUITE, PRI-I ™ar* . n"onnl pacer, white forehe-id,
AV" .... -- stockinK legs, about 10 years old; also
one light brown pony horse, shout 8 I
years old; both branded on left hip Do- ;
liver to 1 w. 7th and get reward. .1. ;
M McKelvy. 9 3
For Sale-Family mare and buggy; new
refrigerator, cheap. 1000 W. 10th st. 0-3
For hule—UOO lb. sound work mare,
can try her, $35. 100 W. Reno Wagon
lard. P-fr
I*''or Sule -1> head of youug work mules,
extra good; 2 farm wagons, nearly new.
and farm Implements and harness inquire
it 410 S. llarvey. 0-8j
VATK HATII, l.lO111' HOI SEKKEP1NG
CALL ItKUAIMlAl CI lit I.E.
Before moving " phone 50,V. and let
e if you don't
For Sale- 1 bay driving horse and pbae-
1V0 ton S2'J5; horso, 15 hands high, 1100 lbs.,
old. 300 W. Choctaw. Black 305.
03
at 413 N.
Phone lilack-1451. !-■
Furniture for 0-room house complete,
and house for rent; lmmeulate possession
given. 20 E. 3rd. ' *'
For Sale—Six rooms of uew furniture;
also house for rent; within 2 blocks of
postofflce. Address W-10, Pointer. 1-a
Will Sell Very Cheap—l good weau,
ered oak rocking chair, morris chair, got
den onk (lining table and G chairs, 1 H ill
ruir. 2 beating stoves, lawn hose, baby
carriage and go-cart. Apply 001 E. 10th,
'••• Phone 110<). '
' ' rill
l-o
For Sale—Gas range and "heater;
sell cheap. 439 W. 9tn.
class,
•5;;i I rent 8 room house to purchaser, ch
K4S everything complete. 800 W. Main.
We v.ai;t stne- or ...I ^*0
Or. oklahoma Auction Co.. Phone 402. r.Jtf
.531
.400
.404
If you nre going to move today, phone
5953, get our prices and see If you d m t
save money. Banner Transfer and Stor-
age Co., 222 Baltimore Bldg. 03
Furniture of a 0 room fiat, new. only
use.l 30 days; flat for rent. $30 per month;
terms If wished. Phone 0273.
Highest price paid
goods. Phone '2284.
SANDERS Jt NAY 110-C
2 unfurnished light housekeeping r
in good location; rent reasonable, by con- • ••
pie with bov, 4 years. Phone 89lf). Ad- newlj l.iiuls
dress_2l4 Harrison. 1-3 , ' bone Bl.>« k
Wanted itoomS-5 or 4 large, well furn- XlgHt houa
Ished housekeeping rooms for couple, all 1 Kle room,
modern, grcnud floor 'f possible; will ''oonn
psv .*7 week for cozy place. A. Douglas. , vV ju-ui
• ' OfBce. 0 . South front.
th re
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
utbc
•ru expi
eo, modern. 221 W
17 4 .*>.
keeping rooms, uiodcri
0th
0-3 I
Want ad rate—15 words, I er 8 days, 80c
Wanted By three girls. two down
stiiiru rooms for light housekeeping in
healthy b ailty. 1'rlvate entrance an.I
rhea p. Address X-10 Pointer. 0-3 j i,()l,d. "011 ear
Wanted—Room, furnished 5 for llghl Large coo
housekeeping, by emp veil couple; n. or j adu 1 j
over $8.50 a week. Car sen, 417 W. Ren 1;; rl. u i..^s
Rooming II use 12 rooms, bath on each
'. floor. Well located. Good patronage and
' ' paying proposition. Owner leaving city
1': 11 tC '"on • .1 ti<1 will sell at a bargain. Address A >0,
all 017 W pointer. _ CoB.'l
—— — — 1 ' For Sale or Trade—Stock of merehan-
wly furnished front room, bath ail- dls0 for oklahoma City real estate.
A light, gentle mare for sale cheap; al-
so harness and buggy; or trade for milch,
row. . A UaulCii or O. It. Mill dc Ele-
vator. >'8
.'or f'.ilc—4 year old t>urbam cow, fresh
8 mint!-, giving 5 gallons milk dally.
£hons o-i'.'.V 0-9
A til. e Llewellea bird puppy fs'r sale.
101:1 W. 4th. 0 "
I ure blooded Leghorn stock for sal<
. , e ; s > . P tie C-25.
F 01 Sale i . a nil Ik cow, young ealfr
7 gallons a day. Pries $80. 221 \V.
Plioie i; i.
~~ Cur Male Setting hens. 1004 W. Grand.
U\ I
FOR RENT—ROOMS
Want ad rate—15 wsrds, 1 er 8 diys, 30
1 r Real Nicely furnished front room,
I w ■. King dlatai. . ,.f Main st.; gentleman
| preferred. 714 W. Washington. Phone
57'i4. u ;
I Mi", cool clean rooms at Wlugler finis.
N. Broadway. 110-12
dawson, 1012 8. RoblU
['or Sale Reasonable; o squares of
galvanized 1i n Photie 4054. Henry .v
Mm-.. .. N U Sal( Vo(| 4(|vlB
Sale or Trade-Bakery outfit, p .rt RIltl hnrnc ,, 1173. 0,11
•ay.
Two furnished roms In
^T-nSelm.u'; TRADE—MISCELLANEOUS
days, 80c
second-hand
Team*
Minneapolis .
*nul ...
tl'oiedo
Indianapolis
Columbus .
Louisville .
Milwaukee .
Kansas City
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
For Sale—New furniture for two light
| housekeeping roomB. 114 E. 2nd. 0^3
For Sale—Furniture of 7 room rooming
house, cheap; house for rent, $35. 417 W.
4th. 110-0
.722 I p#r Sale—Sectional book cases and trip-
licate mirror. Call 214 Campbell Bldg.
10
15
15
14
0-3
IN GAME THIS FALL
Speed will hare the sdvantajr* over
weight under the new football rules, ac-
cording to Captain Daly, of the Yale foot-
ball team.
Captain Daly says: "After going through
ti week of scrimmage with a combina-
tion of the new rules a most striking
Hiange was brought about when these
urr, ti ft* of rules were put into the bal-
ance The new set In contrast to the old
clearly demonstrates the fact thnt open
play will be In evidence next fall more
than at any previous time and that a
premium will be placed on speed rather
thpn on weight Few if any plays could
gala through the line owing to the close
formation as suggested by the new rules
and also because the runner must be un-
aide?1. ^ , _
•That the committee has solved one
great problem Nearly is brought out by
just such scrimmages ns were held re
eently. This fundamental change results
from the rule ft-liich states that 'there
whall be no pulling or pushing the man
with the ball by his teammates ' No rule
.onid '.ring about a greater revolution
than this.
BEALS WRIGHT WILL
TAKE UP GAME AGAIN
After practically n year's 1fllene«* with
1he racquet, I'.eai- Wright, of Boston, who
dazrh'd the tennis world Ove years ago
by displaying brilliant flashes « f court
generalship. is decided to return to the
game to seek more Honors on the grass
and turf .carts of the country. The
foot that the former national singles title
holder is : again take up the racquet Is
ii >t oulv «>f e-nocisl lute; est to this coun-
try, bin to Knglish and Australian fol-
lowers of ti e game ns well. To state that
Wright a ill probably captain tlie team
which wl.i meet Kngland in tl.e challenge
tics Mmbledon is a fact that will ere-
mil Interest throughout the eu-
n is
rid.
GAMES TODAY.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Lonlsvllle at Toledo.
Indianapolis nt Columbus.
Milwaukee nt Minneapolis.
Kansas City at St Paul.
WESTERN ASSOCIATION
Rnld nt F.I Reno.
.loplin nt Muskogee.
Bartlesville at Tulsa.
Guthrie at Sapulpa.
SOUTHERN LEAGUE,
Chsttanooga at Birmingham.
Nashville at Montgomery.
Memphis at Mobile.
WESTERN LEAGUE
Pes Moines at Lincoln.
Sioux City at Omaha.
St. Joseph at- Tokepa.
Denver at Wichita.
AMERICAN LEAOU*
Boston nt Pittsburg.
St. Louie at Cincinnati.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cleveland nt Boston.
Chicago at New York.
Detroit at Washington.
St. Louis nt Philadelphia.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
(Thlcago 0, Phialdelphia 1.
Brooklyn 7. St. Louis 5.
Boston 4. Cincinnati 8.
New York 4. Pittsburg 8.
WESTERN LEAGUE
Wichita 5, Omaha 2.
Des Moines 5, Denver 8.
Lincoln S, Topeka 3.
Sioux City 8, St. Joseph 7.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
At Toledo—First game: Toledo 8, Lou-
isville 2. He<y>nd gains: Toledo 7, Louis-
ville 1.
At Minneapolis—-First gnme: Minneapo-
lis 1. Milwaukee 0. Second game: Min-
neapolis Milwaukee 2.
At Columbus—Columbus 8, Indianapo-
lis 2- ~
At St. Paul—St. Paul 8, Kansas City 5.
WESTERN ASSOCIATION
Joplln 2, Muskogee 1.
Sapulps 7, Guthrie 2.
Bartlesvile 1, Tulsa 0.
K1 Beno 9, Enid 1.
SOUTHERN LEAGUE
At Montgomery—Montgomery 8, Nash-
ville 7.
At New Orleans—New Orleans 1, At-
lantn 2. „
At Birmingham—Birmingham 8 Chat-
tanooga J.
At Mobile—Mobile 5. Memphis &
AMERICAN I. E AGUE
Washington 2. Detroit 0.
New York 5, Chicago 0.
Philadelphia 3, St. Louis L
Boston-Cleveland game postponed; rain.
For Sale—Kimball piano, oak case, good
ns new, at Mi price; owner has left.< :ty
and must sell. A. S. Elliott, 1212 E. 7th.
1'hone 4081. 0-3
For Sale—5 reoms furniture; also house
for rent; furniture used only 3 months
Phone 420. 9;3
Wanted every one to know that we buy
everything. See us Oklahoma Auction
Co., 183 W. 1st St.. Phene 492. 52t f
For Sale- Furniture of 8 rooms, dose
in Phone 1702. With bnth; house for
0-3
For Kent—2 unfurnished rooms for llgat
housekeping, front and rear entrance, 11 •
trio lights and gas; south exposure. ll'.;>
W. 7th. 13
Nlcely furnished large rooms, modern.
private home, walking distance. 505 P.
8th. Phone red 2207. 1-3
Nicely furnished large south roon, large | hth!
closet: convenient to hath. 324 b. 10th. ^ haTe . beautiful corn
1 hone D3 ] addition, to exchange f.
V \5
For Kent—2 furnished connecting; rooms
parlor and bed room. V<, block tr >tn Uni-
versity car line. 125 W. Oth. Phono 53;;.
1-3
Want ad rate—15 wards, 1 er
To Trade—Pair lots, close to Belle isle,
for diamonds, value ?300. It. 15. Chana-
berry. Phone l'BX-114. 1-0
I ~ II..me in town, and small farm In Uem
'Grand Valley of Texas; must go. 834 K.
1-3
?r In Las Veg is
equity In ■ >t-
Poinler. CollS
l'or Sale—Small grocery and market <1 >-
lng cash business, good location. Snap
for you Owuer has other business. 41-i
S. Broadway. 13
I ■ •S;. 1 • • I * I n 1: t T p:irioi-<. >in |. ft. ' v
equipped| bast location# oou| d b n«
ness; a bat-gain for one who kuowa th«
business. i'hoiioJM 7. _ ' 13
Co...I coinpl.'te sand dipper outfit, $1>o;
paid right of way for summer included;
best f-' ud on Me river. Address 0-30,
Pointer. 1-3
For Salt Booming houie of lit! rooms,
newly furnlyhed; doing good business;
located on N. Broadway; cheap rent. Lous
lease. Bargain if taken at once. X-H
Pointer.
Sale
Booms In modern bouse, 2 connectin.
rooms, suitable for 4 men; board next
door. 412 W. 5th. 1-3
l'or Kent In r:i i- 'oM .leht 1 ousekeepl :i
rooms; walking distance. 407 W. Wush-
lngton at. 1-3
For Bent—Nicely furnished front room
modern, bath, clou- in. 212 I- 2nd. 1
For Bent "rooms with : • •. 1 «i; all mod-
em '•ouvenleUee<. PJ4 W. 4t 11.
2 unfurnished rooms for rent Pbone
5058 or e ill1 at 1220 W. 5th. 1-3
Nice south room, 2 beds If desired; als 1
other nire rooms. 120*4 W. Beno. I-;;
Haudson.oly ' «-•!. li-rn, south
fr nt room for liuly, >12 month;
rhat h;
Wanted To Trade—Equity in tine pair i
College i 1111 lots for good horse; must
be ti rat class In every respect. Phone
5302. V;!
5 pussenger auto In good condition for
close in city property. Muller Itealty
Co., 21! N. Broadway. Phone 5008. _0 1
To Ti.Tde—100 Ii'-re farm, X miles north
of Wellston for (jklahoma City property.
Address A 15, Pointer. 0-2
110-0
if you
lots
sver
)d clear SO ucr
nge~10O "acre f.
,., for small h
some difierenc
car, « ...pitol lliil.
rm near Clovls,
juse, close In;
Phone 5870.
tner
437 W.
-Boarde
rent.
For Sale—Furniture of a 4 rosm flat.
and flat for rent. 005 W. California m
9 1 For Bent 3 ro.
Household Goods For Sale—Ons range without children.
$0, gas $2 50, coal stove $2. dining room blu
1-'
property on nor:
and tiea 1 y ; debt of *><>;
ty of Sj-^500 for a goo
Trade—1 pair
of residence fur
For Sale Luu.-h room, all furnished
ad.v for business; free rent; slekne
cause of seljlng
For Sale Itestaiirant and small room-
ing house, full of roomers; good transient
trade. Price $200; $100 cash, balance $5
week; rent $;i5. i . V. lOvana, 227 ti. Broad
w 1 iy or ;il W. Washington. 0-3
Borse, wajj 0 a • arasss in good con
dblon, cheap for cash. Call at 2.M)1 W.
-1' ,] 9-3
lng horse, buggy
Jlh W. lieno.
100-tf
printed la ih«
.vnile
HELP WANTED
Want ad rate—15 werds, 1 er 3 daya, lOo
Salesman wanted, ladles and gentlemen
to w. ik rity. Permanent, good pay. Ap-
ply L'l N. Dewey. O-.l
For
Wi
girl for general
ges (5 a week. Phonos
0-3
31)10.
Wanted—Immediately, lady, second cook.
£
while. Broadway. 0-jI
Wanted At Once—At the Itelba 8hop,'
lit;'.. \ Koblnson, 'J thoroughly experi-
red eiiihr ibb-i ers and 2 learners. U-3
Wanted <i 1 rl for general honsewerkj
II. s. Koblnson. 01 5=r' i «*r «eek. Apply this evening. 31U
— W. Maple. 0-J
Union barber shop for snle. Fine Iocs
tion, doing good business, ltensonable
piles. A. .1. Pappas, 15 Itobluaon. 03
locatio
Polnte
•d reaso.
Up to date meal
a. I'hons lted 2305.
0-3
For Sale First . 'ass confectionery store,
located 011 corner In a No. 1 location., own-
er 11111 t sell, ( ha- Binge, room 14, Zieg-
la r Bldg. Phene 400*. 03
For Sale—13 room rooming house, rent
reasonable; price light for quick snle;
furnished up to date; no reservation*.
A;.11;> at HO W. California ave . Mrs,
Prop
0-3
For Sale—Furniture for 10 room hou««e; —u^ht houael ,
will sell cheap if taken soon; house for! . . Ht,i,.tlv ni , .Tn must be refin 1
rent. Phone 5433. 1122 K. Broadway. ,: ^]Tn^roo
For Sale—Furniture of 0 rooms, entire- j f,,i men • WB W. 4th.
ly new. 7ir, E. nth «t. £j ~T5raGBi3 dlulua room liud kltch.n o ,
We buy and sell new and 2nd hand blued, and sleeping room With USS of p
furniture 221 W. California. Phone 47K im
New State Fur. Co. 1071 f
Ft
1 « s i
1 < ome nt c
ln«iS. Bcldns
, ,1" For iaK
sh. b:i
IU)
elt,
chair bnrber shop, cheap
, W Cnilf irnls ave. |
1 r bu bei s p, cheap,
e If you want a bargain. 831
St. 0-3
Why not sen your goods at suction. You ;
will get more money for them. See us
Oklahoma Auction Co., 133 W. 1st
Phone 402. 52t f
Auction Sale of
Furniture
We will sell at our salesroom located at
ISS w. Nt street at 10 a. m. Friday, May
.Tib, furniture nnd household g s.
Terms cash. Phone 492.
Oklahoma
Auction Company
I "n<1 Ii^1"
Nicely
Wanted—20 girls to learn to operate"
power sowing machine on overall work.,
We paj the minimum union scale of
wages, enabling those who lenrn thor-i
oughly to earn from $8 to $12 per week;
fair wnges guaranteed while yon learn.I
Kerfoot-Miller Overall Factory, 217 N.
llarvey st. llOtf
Wanted- First class Ironers. Call at
• V s .■ Ann • run: I.aurdry._ ft-,l
1 I 1 : lion ework
family of J. 2520 (Milo at, corner Ave.
B " Fast Capitol Hill.
-A woman for general house-;
work; good home _ *_ *T.
ply ut Fansvin Cafe, 17 S. Itoblnson. 0-9
Good colorsiS girl tor general
house work. I'hons 3025. 1205 N. Har-
\ey at. ________
•all
Ire-4^ I
0-3'
ids lied Rooms, south fro
loilern; reasonable rates
,\ 'JP.Vj W. Grand.

everything furnished, 111
Wanted- ne or two good agents to 1
perfuni. •, lady or gentleman. Address!
X-15 Pointer.
wi.n't 1 A Tew boys to pull weeds; 10«)
pet- hour. After school and M a. m. Snt.|
At 17th and N. Broadway. Better bring
glove* Q''|J
\V.Tn c ii mil ti to work on farm. Honsoj
mid wood furnished. No one but a farmer!
need apply. .1. C. White, 52S PI. 8th. 0-J
Wanted—White girl for general bouse-
work; tine place fir right person. Call
in.' N Walnut «' or Phone 3755.
ed Com peten bookkeeper and|
rtenogrupher, good positlon_
L.iulty In good pair of lo
iy In 5 room re
ta for vacant lo
. itoblnson. Pho
I OK It I nT—Sl.lKPING OR I.IC.IIt
HOt SKkKI IMMi BOOMS, MODKItN AND
('LOOK IN 4 I 5TH. 1
Bent—J well furnished hsuael
>oms; private entrance. 20 E
:■ sightseeing a
Hit or Improved.
N. Broadway.
.Muller Realty
For Sale a or whole of otie of the best - , _. ...
■ ,rt r.l.T «r .1 .1 >lrl,.k .tun.). If « frujjb.r. g., 4
M: i hIm iv. I> .1 imri.v 1 o,.. <Itr. ■tatlBK ti
l'or g.1, At ODCTK VoM drink, hn...- I P?rU'iK. jwlnfj waited. f-J
"uv burner : nd ,ood locallon, cl.vap. a ,. W.nlrd «1H or mlddl. ■«« ^
\v- (■ .. ., 0-3 help care for children nnd housework.
Mii phone Black 180S _V F. Masek. OJi
a i ' r j WAMKD NAI.K8MAN
to well tea and coflee good wages ♦<*
. .— rlsht Dailies. Apply with reference, be-
"u"; •' «« - «413 N'
« 1104 U — ■ .. U.nlt, errand boy about
iT^iTtau
sell at
.ill W.
and
lor
lto
modern.
Wanted--For -
xv t is years of age; must writ
100-ti •""! of. references.
Ni'-ely furnished
homelike and moder
trie lights
For Ben
on w. :h
ws and so!
propterty.
Iroadway.
furnished rsoms for
POSITION WANTED
Wsnt ad rate—15 wsrds, 1 er 8 dajo, "Oc
Night or Day nurse, 23 years practice,
wants jdace In refined family. Mrs. M. !
II. Alvard, 1000 W. 3rd. 1-3
Cady stenographer, now employe.;
wishes stenographic work either half < iy
or ull day after Saturday. Phone t.i.
1-3
Fo
lte
Houses Wanted
Rooming;
House
fnlr lvandl
Answer with tele-l
hone number aud street address. X
vTi.ined -Two lady solicitors, salary or,
OI I -ion, small deposit required for]
Ml tuples Cal] PQ0 W. 5th.
.t wbltai girl i
,-eneral housework. Call SOS W. 17th
0 3'
u.:fl
Bargains
nicely furnished, all mode
nicely furnished, sll mode
nicely furnished, sll modern, m
nicely furnished,
ood
,. • . cr«l ii .UH'w. rk.'
i hone 550- V. 1310 N. DeweyJ
nr.v.i
Wsntsd—Dlnlov room help st S14 WJ
4th
me st one-
T. C. BMtNIlART,
ly furnished,
all modern, so u res j >u
: neiessary ;
all modem, irate thi«.
S position; experience
one can su-ceed; lnv,
Atlsnts Hotel, 126V4 W«
aaes by
it will be remembered, was one
of the strongest tennis players this coun-
try boasted < f live years ago. and It \n
lie, I ire ] that he In regaining h •« old-
t me form lie recently won '.lie 1 lor da
i-lu'e tournament and his work against
•••n ils stars there bore out the fa t tIiat
he ctiII i> «seise« championship ability.
>11 BUOOBB N INS FITS ( \ PH.
Tulsa. May 20 -.Muskogoe carried off
golf honors in the state championship play
lier<- Harry Gtilmo of Muskogee won the
finals in cbiis A by score of S to 0; lti
lliid «, It class II C i'bertaon of Muskogee
won over stmle of Tulsa by score of 7
io 0. The class C. finals were won by
Carland of Muskogee from Asbby of Tul-
sa l.y 11 score of 1~' to 1.
Muskogee won live cups and alto th«
State club championship.
Ml ItrilY OETH I rCISION.
New York. May 20.—Tommy Murphy was
[las: night given a popular decision over
I.each Crosv
ITEI.I.O BOTH I.OBIC.
The Board of Trade tesm yesterday de
feated the Pioneers by a score of 13 to
5. The ram* wns a benefit game for
the capital movement.
Score: H.H. 0.
Boa rd of Trade 101 ftOl 151—13 11 2
Pioneers 000 4^0 100— 5 8 5
Batteries—Clark and Martin: Menten,
Blackburn, Barrett and Alarkln.
Ask your
dealer for
U. S. Flour
Returns by ip^UI wire Mf rB s|iortlnK
events. Te*««. Nntlon*! nnd American
Irngue result* dally.
tlfl N. Broadway. II N. R«>hlnson.
Made for par-
ticular folks.
1'lrst man at soda fountain wants po-
sition, have iind years of experien. . .
best of references. Address E-14 Pointer
Wanted i oaltlon In studiol \ bud
some experience. Address J B. llilburti
Oklahoma City. 200 W. Waahlugton st
0-3
Middle-aged nian wTtTI several vmi <
experience In general business, l.ookkeep
lng aud bundling nu n and correspoudetp <■
desins posltiou with reliable firm, wouo
ut in Home cash and services. Addro*<
Pointer. 1
by girl of 18,
put 1
X 14.
Farm To Trade |
I For City Residence
J 10 mile® east, close to rsliway station
Joe H. Patterson
IXCETXBHT TFRM«.
rVERV ON 1 OI Til I'BR ARE RAR-
iA1NH. HO I ALL EARLY.
Columbia Realty Co.
Act Now
li'iii g room girl at snce.
V nipetsnt girl for gen
; family of 2; good pay.
I . : "r at <V-«3 S. Rob-i
!>-
It v Tor offl«re work about IT years old ;.
nust ll\e nt home 400 Campbell BldgJ
or general housework l^j
RLlVKlJ
\\ \ N'TKI>—VOI'MO -MEN
„ , . OLLKOI ■1 1 -
, I S | s rill. I > unco. AI 1-I.\ 111 4 .'O
M. It. <i. .M' I V KEN, CIRC CITATION,
Wanted -Position . _
work preferred; expect lo
Address A-l\ Pointer
aages at Qr
"SHTgr
1'ositlon wanted by rellnt
ago 20, by the 1st of June. European, l .
yeara In this country. Experienced gar-
dener, florist and poultry man, under
stand care of horses. H. ury Login i k-
Inhoma City Nurseries, It. P. D. lloute 2.
okia. city. n !
Lady nith oni? child wmU like |, .-i
tlou ns housekeeper In private family. A I
dress X-1H Pointer. o
Wauled Position Uj slngl
good appeara
ennvassin g
Wanted-
ork
tlou by single man
ii.-e, convincing talker.
Addreas X24 Pointer. o
errand boy or 11 gl
Address Alfre
5th
Young widow, 2i years old, wants posi-
tion ..s housekeeper for widower er place
In rooming house. Addreas X-30, Poi
ei
j Position Wanted—By young widow with
boy. 8, as h(;U«ekee;.<-r at once; widower
preferred Phone 2S4S. 9-3
I* \N uuted—l'osltbm as clerk In real < «
tale offUe or collector, 0 year* exp< r
j n tice rout department References. X I,
Pointer.
~Ti'iuited—Po.ltlo
experience; references.
| Capitol Hill.
Business Chances
Furnished ro
hoard, June 1.
Lots to Exchange!
For Home
Brady & Hinkley
To Trade
WANTED — An experien-
ced Collector who is not!
afraid of work.
Hoyle & Rarick Co.
126 West 2nd Street It
Two Oood Agents
sltlon as TOWN*
Prver-Gardner Co.
ed rooms. Cu
Pryer-Qardner Co,
H 3JU1H w- Main.
Phone 430 J 210 Bait
bertud a JOII>
t I
jo that c-ery
And if yoit
once. "Kick1
i fortv cents
Phone 3123 I month. Phoue 220'

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