Oklahoma City Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 159, Ed. 1 Monday, July 22, 1907 Page: 2 of 4
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TUCKER BROS.' OKLAHOMA CITY DAILY POINTER.
An Independent newspaper, establish-
ed by Tucker Brothers In Oklahoma
City, Ok-'ahoma, January 18. 19i«
Dmllrr It. Tucker. lionnrd, A. Tucker
William I.. Tucker.
Rditors and Proprietors.
OFFICE: 11# NORTH KOBINHON HT
All VI'Pl Ixl ll|? II fit CM.
&<! on 'Want' Page—3 lineB 3 time# 26c
16 words to the line.)
Ads In local reading news; 3 lines
times 3 dimes—(6 words to the line.)
Display Ads—Per Inch, 1 day 80c
Dasplay Ads—per Inch. 3 days ... 75c
C. A. McN&bb, secretary of the board
of agriculture, spent .Sunday In the
city visiting with his family.
FUEB BAND CONCERT.
Wheeler Park Sunday from 3 to 5
p. m. 7-3
70 K>—ropircs daily—7<>nn
The UaUy Pulnier Is distributed free
te three thuosand o. the best city homes
every afternoon, except Saturday, arid
four thousand are distributed in the
busineba houses, hotels, offices and on
the streets, completely covering the
Notice to Advertiser*.
Copy for display and local reading
notices, to Insure publication, should
reach this office the evening befare, or
not lat«r than 8 o'clock a. m. upon
the day of publication. The time limit
for want ads Is 11 o'clock sharp. All
•rant ads and other small ads are strict-
ly cash In advance
The .Saturday night edition of the
Dnily Pointer Is held over until Sunday
morning, when we Issue one ttxiusand
extra copies, making a total of Right
9'lioiiMHnd Copies .Sunday.
We want your advertising because
we are satisfied that the Pointer offers
more for the money than any other pa-
per In Oklahoma City. This paper Is
read by the thousands where others
tteach only the few. Remember you
Kct It cheaper In the Pointer.
Bring j'oi r ad to us hereafter.
Voung flirl—la It not true, mamma,
that I cannot read lliat book of whlcli
every one is talking until after I have
Ib^en divorced?"—Translated for Trans-
>ai Imitic Tales from Mr .-oudorfer Blat
C. A. Robertson and wife expect to
depart for Wisconsin tomorrow to visit
at Mrs. Robertson's old home. Mrs.
Robertson will remain for about two
months, though Mr. Robertson expects
to return in about two weeks.
SUPPOSE YOU HAVE A FIRE TO-
N1GHT. See Cannon Realty and In-
vestment company for Insurance; cor-
ner Main and Robinson. Phone 215.
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Barth will entertain
a number of their friends with a thea-
tre party at Delmar tonight.
CEMENT IIHICK —Don't fail to see
samples before building. Helm Pressed
Cement Brick Co., 32S Martin Bldg.
Mrs. Peter Benn has gone to Ohio
to make an extended visit with friends
Take a DARE messenger. We are
Johnny on the spot. Phone 2024-Red.
Mrs. John Hall will entertain a part
of friends tomorrow morning with
bridge party at her home complimen
tary to Mrs. Eugene P Jervey.
Mrs. Geo. Cook departed yesterday
for Jonesboro, Texas, to make an ex-
tened visit at the home of her parents,
DR. M. H. HELDMAN
Physician and Surgeon
Pelephone 498. 21W. Main
Mrs. K. W. Dawson will entertain
Circle No. 5 of the First M. E. Church
Wednesday afternoon at her home. No
There will be a special meeting of
Class 21 at the White Temple church
In the ladies' parlor tomorrow after-
Take a DARE messenger. We are
Johnny on the spot. Phone 2024-Red
Miss Ada Sheeley of Independence,
Mo., is visiting at the homo of Mrs. W.
D. Warren, 306 E. Sixth street.
Henry Clews e;ivos this advice to
fboyi- "Avoid the man who labittiHlly
|dri:iks ftlone." it is g:>i'l advice, and
•would -;ttll hptter it the Inst word
(were omitted.—Kans;in City Jouin!:l
Unworthy Boston Woman.
A ttoslnn woman puid ? 5 for a love
(charm, lier lapse !';•>. i the i iescribed
lintellectuai plane was even more
jastoundlng than the failure of the
teharni to work.
* A Possibility.
".Oh, mamma!" exclaimed little
HVIary, looking out of the window at her
iirst bin snowstorm, "won't tVe angel.'
he cold alter losing all their feathers?"
C. A. Pryer, the real estate man,
6itten by a dog while upon his way t
Capitol Hill yesterday. He was walk-
ing past a tent when a dog ran out and
bit him, sinking four of its teeth in
his right thigh to the bone.
The animal made a second lunge to-
ward Mr. Pryer when he drew his re-
volver and killed it.
Mr. Pryer went immediately to the
Rolater hospital and the wound was
cauterized. He is getting along all right
and no serious results Is expected to
terminate from the bite.
The Oak Park Embroidery club will
give a picnic at Wheeler Park Wednes-
We are still repairing more shoes
than ever. Why? Because we do the
work right; we do it for less money
and you don't have to wait or be dis-
appointed. O. K. Shoe Factory, 115 N.
at 100 W. Grand
UNDER ORIENT BAR
Checks Given on Each Gatr
GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH
GOOD LIGHT, Firstclass Equipn™
Allways a Cool Place '
ORIENT POOL HALL
CHAS. E. HILL, Proprietor.
RICHES A HANDICAP
BETTER FOR BOYS TO START AT
According to late figures r'np trrni
number of industrial wurkei> In F>*I-
glum was l,26.r),0!)0, of whioL 295,000
/.II • k
ti-. ' unrl
breeding includes respect,
Wheeler Park, maintained by the
city and famous because of its natural
beauty—blossomed out in even more
splendor yesterday while hundreds of
people viewed Ihe pretty flowers and
listened to the music rendered by the
Oklahoma City concert band.
Yesterday was the first time this sea-
son that a band concert has been given
in the park, and that it was a great
attraction was proven by the increased
This big feature will doubtless be
continued throughout the summer sea
HERD OF BUFFALO
' . _ 'ti s-VVt; *■
Eretta Edwards was arrested this
/norning in a room over the Viaduct
saloon on E. Main street, by Deputy
.Sheriff J. H. Smith and Mike Casey,
and is wanted in Guthrie.
The woman is alleged to have slashed
A policeman with a razor in the throat
About midnight Saturday night when
/he officer was trying to arrest her.
She Is said to have slashed him upon*
/■he arm, after which she made her get-
away. The officer was wounded se-
riously and was thought would die at
first, but will now perhaps recover.
When the woman was taken to the
/•ounty jail this morning, blood stains
were plainly visible upon her skirts
And the officers have no doubt what-
ever but that they have the right per-
The chief of police of Guthrie, is ex-
pectedto arrive this afternoon to take
<he woman bark to that place with him.
Hunters in Church.
The hunt of Saint Hubert at Rallye-
Chambly, France,—the seat of Prince
Murat—is especially Interesting, owing
to an ancient custom having been
revived and still kept up. Every year
there is a grand mass held at the
church, which is brilliantly illumin-
ated for the occasion. The whippers-
in and the whole hunting establish-
ment, wearing the livery of the house,
which is red, with trlcorne hats em-
broidered with gold, ranged down the
nave. At the elevation of the host
the men sound their horns and the
priast solemnly blesses the hunt. This
is quite a grand fete. ,
One can faintly imagine the pictur-
esque tout ensemble of this scene, not
only the dogs, riders and beautiful
horses but the magnificent carriages,
with the most fashionably dressed la-
dies, and the chic impromptu lunches.
All very fascinating, accompanied with
the llght-heartednpss of spirit and Sim-
ple grace of the aristocratic French
woman. It !■ a sight that lingers long
in the memory, so instinct with charm
and heauty is it.—Gentlewoman.
Wealthy Man Troubled for Fut,
His Sons Becaure They H:
No Need to Rely cn
She Was Strictly Up to Date.
"Modernity is all very well," said
in elderly woman, "but In an episode
.he other day I think It was carried
"In response to an advertisement
a housekeeper called to see about tak-
ing a position with me. She was an
intelligent, capable young woman,
trim and pretty, and I thought highly
of her till she took out a silver cigar-
ette case and, extending it to me, j
" 'Do take a cigarette, madam. One
can discuss things so much more
comfortably over a smoke.''
"Do you know what's bothering me
now?" said a man who has made him-
self rich and is fast getting richer.
"It's wondering what is going to be-
come of my boys.
"I have four sons, all young, and all
wholesome, natural youngsters, but if
I keep on making money the way I'm
doing now X don't know what's going
to happen to them when they grow up.
There's nothing like being born poor
to give ft man a real start in life, with
his feet firmly planted on the ground,
where they ought to be, and he learn
ing to rely on himself.
"I was born that way and I've al-
ways been grateful for it. If I had
been born rich I think I should have
been more or less of a no account. I
had to get out and hustle and work to
get along, and the habit of work has
never left me since, as I hope it never
Hut how Is it going to be about my
boys? They may come to think that
Lhey don't have to work, which would
be the ruination of them, or would at
least put them out of the running with
self-reliant, able men.
"I'm sending them to public school,
of course, and there they learn a heap
of thing besides what they get out of
their books. They learn for one very
valuable lesson that there are other
people in the world besides themselves
and that there may be plenty of peo-
ple smarter than they are, and that
they've got to work if they expect to
keep their end up.
"Boys are democrats. You can't put
on any lugs or airs if you expect to
get along with the boys in a public
school; if you want friends you've got
to be friendly. A good all around start
in life it Is for boys to go to a public
school, and I hope my boys will profit
"But I suppose in time they'll go to
a private school, and then if they want
to they'll go to college, and there, what
with their money, unless they should
turn out to be very hardheaded young
men, they will come to train with
other young men with money, and so
get separated from the bulk of their
fellow students and begin to live sort
of by themselves; and I can't imagine
anything happening to a young man
worse than that, his getting away from
the mass of his fellow men.
"My boys have never known what it
is to be poor. They have always had |
what they wanted, and unless I should j
fall or bust up or something, which I j
don't expect to do, t don't see why I
they shouldn't always have things, be-
cause as long as I had anything I
should be sure to keep them. That's ;
"And, you-see, there's the trouble.'
They've got somebody to lean on, and j
a man that doesn't have to isn't apt to S
put out his own strength. The only
way In which, a m-in can ever amount
Our prices are the sameVo a
can figure very easy what aS
cost you in the Pointor. Bv K
(down the column) one dav ■
cents per inch. When run thri
26 cents per inch each day w
the ad now. That it pay's to
tlse in the Pointer is well know
you can make no mistake bv
the ad with us.
WOMAN CHARGES MAN WITH
.1. H. Logan was arrested las
upon complaint of Bessie Rix. \
leges that Logan assaulted he)
case was continued to tho Might
of police court.
Class for beginners Thursday
noon 3 p. m. and Monday evenh
m. Term of 10 lessons $5 . Be
Delmar Hall; Delmar Park.
The Dally Pointer residence c
are now authorized to take wai
Write up the ad and have It
when the carrier goes by at
Count six words to the line;
lines go three days for twen
cents. All ads will be turned
night and appear in Pointer of I
Vew and Second Hand; high grad<
Repairs of all kinds.
HILL'S SHOP, 224 West Grand J
S. E. C'OLVIN ITK\I>S GUIIiTY
TO ASSAULTING I,. W. SHI
S. E. Colvin pleaded guilty t
charge of asault of L. XV. Shlelc
w.i.s fined and costs in polled
this morning. Colvin was ar
Want to borow $1,700 on two lot
8-room modern house; close in.
per cent. Address 273 care J'<
Cause and Effect.
Miss Wise—Thp last time
One of m<,
has become sc
• ew i.bids of Buffalo still left in this country.
: ir every year.
Mrs. Newbride she said her husbai;
Mrs. Naybor—Yes; the
saw her she was making
dish for him.
Mrs. Wise—Ah, then I guess I must
Lave seen her just after you did.
st time I
to anything Is by work, hard work.
"The man that doesn't work dwin-
dles and comes to be of no account.
\nd I do hope my boys will want to
work. I don't care what they do If
they'll only work
and faithfully. I
capped as it fc>;. honest Injun, I think |w
it would have bet 1 better for them to ! L:
have been born poor, but I hope they'll
turn out to be men."
at it. and work hard ; I Th.
think they're handi- p 11 1
j For homl news
1 at the
the Pointer has no
if you fall to get a copy—call
office, 119 fj Robinson, after
4 o clock. Always one waiting for you
10c. Mating Wed. and Sat. at 3 p. c
•biVfiumg Performrince 8:lf
Hill < hanges Thursday
THE BEG6AR PRINC
t) the Comic Opera
Sperm] Vaudeville Feature
PIERCE AND ROSLY
"llie 1 wo 'oreadors"
Costumes From Mexico.
T. Ao'm«*iion to Park Free
I be I 5 ^vitra tior.'; Always Goi«
l' ' n re t b /\ f ernoo ■ . "! i\ \. .
Week inu 4 n
y ET BORNE MACDOWELJ
Americ is Uost Eminent Oia?
in Irigediun. supported b
Vifgiuta Drew Tret-cott
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Tucker, Dudley R.; Tucker, Howard A. & Tucker, William L. Oklahoma City Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 159, Ed. 1 Monday, July 22, 1907, newspaper, July 22, 1907; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc152813/m1/2/: accessed January 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.