Oklahoma Free Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 259, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 10, 1913 Page: 1 of 2
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"OKLAHOMA FREE DAILY POINTER
Tucker Bros , Owners—6th Year.
OKLAHOMA CITY. TH1' RflDA V. Jl' LV I". No 2.V.*
Office. No 6-8 S. Harvey Phone Walnut 640
WOMAN, ENEMY OF'DOPE' JOINT KEEPERS SAYS
JUDGE RAPS LAWYERS
N SUIT FOR $200,000
Florence Hemsley, 931 West Fifth
street, formerly engaged In the real
■state business and well known resi-
lent lure, who lias been making a
war on the dope" joints in Oklahoma
ity raakis sjarious charges against.
Vlayor Whi M. Grant, today
Mayor Grant in a hot reply to Miss
Hemsley, declares that it is -simply a
scheme io try and bulldoze him in-
o doing something he believes not
■ There are twenty dope joi/.ts east
jf the Santa tracks," said Miss Ham-
■ ley oday, to The Free Daily Pointer
! got petitions signed by nearly ■
v rybody to fire two policemen over
here, except the .ioint keepers," con-
tinued Miss Hemsley.
"Instead of arresting the 'dope'
• llrrs. ti ey arrest the young boy.? and
girls and are sending them to Norman
to cure them of these awful habits-
y< t they let them educate more
I have proof that there is one
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READ THEIR ADS
lust to the extent that you answer
Pointer ads will our advertising pat-
icnage increase—which will make it
n -tible for us to give you a larger
nil better Pointer
tloost for Pointer Advertisers. ,
And watch The Pointer grow.
Firms who have ads today are:
Rubin Sample Sho w
\m rican Dentists.
Cornish Furniture Co
Whitney Furniture Co.
RESTAURANTS AND CAFES—
San .latin Cafe.
Crystal Water Company
Pointer .lob Printing Office
MONEY TO LOAN—
REAL ESTATE DEALERS—
W. S. Pigler
F. L Mclnnis.
Barnaclo, Patent Fxpert
! M. Acree.
Read and use 'he want ads.
District .bulge Geo. W. Clark, grow-
ing warm under the collar because
attorneys were consuming ho much
time in arguments when he thought
they could enlighten the o.our with
evident" instead proceeded to read
the riot act in general to < *e law-
I yers, during ti e session late yester-
j day afternoon.
It was in the case now on tnal of
! the Military Park Development Co.
(Continued on next page.)
With three bright, pretty little hint- j
gry children clinging to her skirts j
and a tender babe in arms, a widow, j
25, who is stranHecl. arrived here on
Lie early morning train today from j
Sayre, Okla. Her tatn ' is withheld j
for the present. She was taken in i
hand by the police and later turned
over io th? provident association by
the police ma ron. Thto mother of
i lour was sent here from Sayre under
ihe pre'eriS'*. s! e says, that see could
place her children in the state or-
phan's hoiin No such a home is lo-
! cated here, it being at Pryor Creek.
It is believed that an effor' is being
made by the officials at Sayre'
place this woman and her children
is charges, onto Oklahoma conn y. ^
"I don't want fo give up iny babie=,"
• said the mother thi'.t morning. "I hope
I to g- a place to work and care fot
them, though I may be forced to gB e
,heni away," *'ie continued. The
children range from eight months old
to 8.^.i years The oldest and
youngest are bofli hoys. Two of the
girls arc aged two and four years
Will a loaf of bread, a pie e r.f
belogna about a foot long and $1.25 in
money in Iheir pockets—Victor Row
ley, 16 and Tommio nurham. 1.1, craw-
led into a Santa Fe box car near
Thirteenth stree i.i tl.e nort'; yard-,
"Where are you kids going?' a'sk-
, od M ' orcycle Policeman O'.lie Ks'es,
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Perry Fish & Oyster Co.
Booth 90 City Market.
We handle a g od line of fresh fis i
and poultry and will do our best to
please you. We will deliver an> or-
ders above $1.00 within 10 blocks, fl--.
For Few Days Only
1000 pairs of high grade
pie low shoes, $3.50 to
The best bargain ever otter-
ed in Oklahoma City.
THE SAMPLE SHOE MAN
120 West Grand. Opposite Folly Theatre
If you want candy free from
ants eat The Little Taffy( Man's
He uses Duuning's Ant. IjB I
is unexcelled and mo.iey refund d
if no; satisfactory.
PHONE WALNUT 5220.
401 W. Second.
For Friday & Saturday
A SPLENDID ICE-TEA . 50c
And your choice of 2, either
"Wallace" or "Rogers" teaspoon*.
Java and Mocha Coffee 40c
A Dandy Blend 3 for $1
The best coffej irt town for the
5c back on evefy pound.
STEELE SPICE CO.
108 S. Robinson.
Phone W. 4023.
SEE J. M. ACREE
for all kinds of
FEED, GRAIN. HAY, ALFALFA HAY,
OAT HAY, CHICKEN FEED,
Prices right . Prompt delivery
Try us with an order.
Phcne W 1198. 104 W. Cal.
TO THE PUBLIC
What is your heal h w< i h to you'i
1 It would be worth your time to in
| spect the well you get wa er from
I YOI' are invit. d to come at any
I linn' and inspect our well a: 1221 V
I Tenth street. Phone Walnut 2220.
I The Crystal Wa er Co—Adver-
Drui* and Jewelry Co.
Sells Everything for Less.
3.V Lees' Lice Killer 29c
2tie Lees' Lice Powder 20c
Th = Old Reliabl' Horse
Liniment, Kirk's Caustic
Balsam, value $1.00
Bjack Draught. 171
Wine ( ardui ' '9c
2f,r Whisk Broom. 12 In 14c
For ('roup. Coughs, Colds,
a.id V\ h <pplng Cough,
Kirk's Coug: Syrup gives
relief in five minutes. 25c
25c. Swan Dow i Pace
'.vetlna Far P'd'r..24o
35c Oas'oria 29c
25c M< n holatum 17c
50t Me! holatum 35c
$100 Beef, Iron & Wine. 69c
$1 lid Klixir Iron, Quini le
and Strychnine Phos 79;
$l 00 Syrup Hypopl oaphites
I' healing old sores,
wou.:d ^ brtils'-s etc .
JOrk's Saly , — 25c
Come to see up. or call us up.
we will save you 10 per cen to
30 par cent on anything in the
drug or sundry line.
A. J. Kirkpatrick
129 V/est Grand Avenue.
Phone Walnut 4343.
31 n ti (Offtrr
First Class Work Guaranteed
0 S. HARVEY
PHONE WALNUT 2268
usement. " ——
, nr- Akin r U/CCT
PURE AND SWEET.
25c Let 10c o,r MANN California.
Our Sets Always Satisfy
Best Red Rubber
Gold Crowns 22k ti®
Bridgework, Per Tooth
GOLD FILLINGS $1 up
A Gold Tooth FREE On Plates
$5 KEEP THIS AD
It's Worth $1
To any new patient presenting thi -
ad. we will allow $t 011 Plates and
Bridge-w >rk for a limited time only
IT MOV T PLATE £■
A Gold Tooth FREE On Plates. ^ TQd fQr Free Examinatjon and Estimate.
OFFICE HOURS: 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sundays. _
no 1 t HEDGES. MGR.
PHONE W. 7852. H9'/2 N. BROADWAY
DR. J. T. HEDGES, MGR. 14 Years Experience
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Oklahoma Free Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 259, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 10, 1913, newspaper, July 10, 1913; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc101937/m1/1/: accessed October 29, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.