Oklahoma City Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 367, Ed. 1 Sunday, March 22, 1908 Page: 2 of 4
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TUCKER BROS.' OKLAHOMA CITY DAILY POINTER.
Until April 1st good 14k Hold filled
spectacles. Including: a thorough sci-
entific test of the eyes for $1.00. Dr.
8. D. Tolim, expert optician, 210 W.
Main; ground floor. Bring this coupon
with you. 6-3
$3.50 and $4
Nice T-Bone Steak and Potatoes,
20 cents, at the American Lunch
Room, 19 S. Broadway. 9
I)r, S. D. Tohni, expert optician of
210 VV. Main, ground floor, Is offering
until April let, 14R gold filled specta-
cles, Including a thorough scientific
test of the eyes, for $1.00. Bring this
coupon with you. 6-3
Patronize Presbi '.eriun ladles' bazaa
March 27, 2X In bee Building, corne
Main and Robinson. Fancy articles
flowcrc and home made candles. 6-
A. O. U. W.'s and Degree of Honor
Itev. T. 11. Harper will preach a special
sermon Sunday, March 22, 11 o'clock
in. on charity. All members of th
Ancient Order United Workmen and
Degree of Honor are urged to be pres
ent, whether members of local lodge
or not. Families and friends are also
invited to attend. Lodges will meet at
the hall promptly at 10 o'clock and go
to church In a body. 6-
your shoe repairing to us
Because we do the work right
we do It for less money and you don'
have to wait or be disappointed, O. K
Shoe Factory, 115 N. Kobinson. 6
If you want the best gas fitting and
work done at once, anil up to the min-
ute. phone M 2085 or Bleak 3615
Orames-Moore Co. * 6-3
Ti. Hughes, contractor and builder, 36
years' experience; finishing a specialty
Residence 1 222 W. California. Phoni
Steel safety deposit boxes
in fire proof vault. A safe
and convenient place to keep
your valuable papers etc
Open 8 a. m. to 5 p. ru.
GEO. K. WILLIAMS
and ED. L. DUNN
Lee Buildm^ 102 N. Robinson
NOIIMAN, TIIF3 WATCH DOCTOR,
has moved to 203 W. Grand. Money
to loan on watches and diamonds
Landscape Gardener. Let us put in
your lawn; work guaranteed. H. P.
Sword, phone 1003 Black, 1026 E.
10th St. 351-mo
The Oklahoma City Red Book for
March, corrected to date, now on sale at
the book news, cigar and drug stores.
Darning and patching of all kinds
done at the Sportsman Pressing Par-
lor. Phone Main 46. 12 W. Grand. 6-3
At 1:30 p. m. of Friday, the 27th day
of March, 1908, the stock and fixtures
of the Pollock Jewelry Co., bankrupt,
will be sold by the undersigned, trustee,
at public auction to the highest bid-
der at No. 10 N. Harvey street, Okla-
homa City. John H. Shirk, trustee. 71
E. J. CARPENTER
A Play With a
■ ■HI uv
WE HAVE THEM
Good safe double and singledrlvera;
rates very reasonable. Also your horse
nicely clipped at the California Barn,
222 W. California, phone 403. 7-3
1 repair and sharpen lawn mowers;
will call at residence. Phone 2616 Black.
Ask for W. M. Sculley. 7-6
Ladles and gents cleaning, pressing
and repairing of all kinds done at the
Sportsman Pressing Parlor. Phone
Main 46. 12 W. Grand. 6-3
For Rent—60 or 90 aires corn and
cotton ground; horse stable, pasture;
Iter special inducements. Phone 2920
Red. Address 881 E. 8th st. 7-3
Forty acres of fine corn or cotton
land for rent; I miles from Oklahoma
City. 214 W. 4th. Phone 2905. 7-3
14% N. Itobin-
Office rooms for rent,
son, Room 1.
The Most Important
Question in Thousands
of American Homes.
Strictly Moral and Free
Matinee and Night
Matinee Prices 25c and 10c.
Night 75c, 50c, 35c and 25c.
Seats at Westfalls.
To Rent — One store room, 25x100;
near corner of Reno and Harvey; v-lll
change front to suit tenant. Call 104
W. Main. 7-3
1 have a 3-room house and several
nrres of garden land to rent on Capitol
Hill. < 1. W. 1'.11 rick, phone I 25 1. 71!
For Rent A nice light office room
Call at room 9. 215% W. Main. 7-3
For Rent—From I", to 111 acres, with
30 acres of pasture. 527 E. 9th. Phone
12 7. 7-3
To Lease-—For one year; 2 acres im
proved. Inquire Scott Drug Co., Wall
Paper dept. 6-3
One can III afford to miss the dally
Bible lectures by Miss May N. Blodgett
at the Presbyterian church these days.
In many cities the business men have
so arranged their business as to hear
these lectures. The hours are as fol-
lows: Sundays at 4:30; Monday at 8:00;
Tuesdays at 4:30; Wednesdays at 4:30;
Thursdays at 4:30; Fridays at 4:30.
There will be no lectures on Satur-
BALTIMORE! TAII.OIt SHOP.
Suits made to your measure, $20;
pants to measure, $5. All work done
In shop. We also do cleaning, altering
and pressing. 227 W. Grand. 5-3
1)11. R. It. SMITH, office 108% W.
Grand; American Express Bldg. 356-6
Home Heating and Plumbing Co.,
now located at 207 W. California.
General plumbing and gas fitting;
Prompt service; Phone 1881. 351DH18
Drugless Healing. Treatment $1.
Consultation free. Prof. Feige, 213%
West Main. D&H tf
Go to A. C. Brune, No. 5 N. Harvey,
for recovering your buggy, canopy; also
your fine parasol or umbrella. He re-
pairs without showing it has been
broker); Also all kinds of umbrellas
recovered and repaired. 6-3
Shephard & Hart, carpenters and
builders, make a specialty of screens
ind job work. Wo solicit your pat-
ronage. Phone 1598. 709 W. 3rd st.
A bona fide proposition. Read It
very carefully and study It as you read.
I tell your name and what you came
for. I bring lovers together; reunite
the separated; kill the power of rivals;
I will turn trouble to happiness; de-
spair to contentment. As a seer and
Interpreter to hidden secrets of the
heart I have no equal. I read your life
like an open book. I teach clairvoyants,
develop mediums. Call on me before
It Is too late, and I will turn your sor-
rows into joy. Call and learn the se-
cret you should know—the power to
control others. I will tell you whether
lover, sweetheart or wife is true to
you. If you have lost your husband's
love, I will regain It for you. I will
tell you facts clear and to the point. As
a divine healer I have no equal. I will
show you a safe and paying Investment
for your money. My prices are within
the reach of all. Ladies 50 cents; gen-
tlemen one dollar. Maid In attendance;
office hours 8 a. m. to 10 p. m. 216% N.
Broadway. Missouri Hotel, rooms 1 and
2; phone 1619 Black. 5-3
The Ladles' League of All Soul's Uni-
tarian church are prepared to do plain
sewing, and solicit orders for sun bon-
nets, comforts, aprons and klmonas
For information phone Black 1646, 6-3
For screen to order call 110 S.
vey. Phone 718.
"He Sells Clothing"
19 N, Broadway-
Store Opens Saturday,
Dressmaking, fashionable and plain
sewing done at 116 K. 2nd St., Oklahoma
We have customers for all lines of business in all
parts of the s'a e; if you wish to sell your business
list it with us. WE LEAD OTHERS FOLLOW.
We defy competition. EVERYBODY'S INVEST-
MENT CO., business Brokers. 208 Baltimore Bldg.
isggaBzaaiiEa^ffigai i u1 imiinwiniinmi
r Sale at a bargain if taken at
12 room rooming house; rent
Call 201% W. Grand. 7-3
ItOtDILMi BOUSE Ftlll SALE.
A bargain—must sell at once. Best
ocation in city.. On one of the most
centrally located and desirable corners.
fV proposition that is worth Investi-
gating. Address 780, care Pointer. 7-3
For Sale—Restaurant d6irig""a good
business; cheap. Call 20 W. Grand ave.
For Sale—Half interest In $800. mort-
gage on $3,000 worth of city property;
drawing 12 per cent interest. Bargain
if taken at once. Eugene P. Guthrie,
Oklahoma City. 7-1
Wanted—An intelligent, competent
party to take active interest in entriely
new proposition, which is exclusive;
demand enormous and increasing; $500
requred; no triflers. Fi & Ed 73
Address 1000, care Pointer.
For Sale—On account of owner being
away; small rooming house; block of
postoffice; don't phone, come and look
t it; easy payments. 19% N. Hudson.
Mrs. Keller, phone 2024. 7-3
For Sale—Boarding house; 14 rooms;
0 boarders; best location in the city;
is a paying proposition; will make
rum. 303 Baltimore Bldg. Phone 312.
iiiink Stock for sale. Phone Armor
Bros., 3 S. Robinson. 7-1
At a bargain; shares in a concern
loing business which will pay splendid
llvidends and double your money in
year; absolutely safe, sound and
legitimate; investigation solicited. For
nil particulars address 864 Ponter. 7-3
Going east—will sell extra good small
manufacturing business; a money mak-
er. Address 897 Pointer. 7-3
Notes, bills, accounts collected;
prompt; reliable. Equitable Law and
ollection Agency. 111% "W. Main, room
over Brown's C. O. D. Phone 1117
For Rent—25x 60 feet, second floor.
Morris Real Estate & Insurance Co
12% N. Robinson. Phone 424. 5-3
Two rooms for rent; Main street be-
tween Robinson and Harvey; on 2nd
floor; good office rooms; $10 per mo.
each. Wlmans & Davis, real estate,
room 4, 215% W. Main. Phone 1870.
Barn for rent; two good stalls, room
for buggy, hay and grain, 514 E. 5th,
For Rent—Small barn; rent very
reasonable. 321 W. 3rd st. Phone 3715.
EAT AT THE
It's The Best in Town 357.26
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Movlng picture show doing good bus!
ness; $500; takes it.
Upholstering business, making big
money; must be sold at once. Every-
body's lnvestemnt Co., business brokers
v Halt lini)re llldg. Phone 1011. j-3
A SURE BARGAIiV.
20-room rooming house; full of room-
ers; close in, $450. Call on McCann &
Davis, 3 N. Robinson st. 63
I1 or bale—10-room rooming house;
down town; a bargain. Address 899
care Pointer. 6-3
For Sale—A dandy cigar, fruit and
cold drinks and confectionery store.
The season Is on for ice cream and this
stand can't be beat for a money maker.
Call at 209 S. Harvey for price. 6-3
For Sale—By owner; a nicely fur-
nished rooming house; 33 rooms; $600,
if taken soon. 16% S. Robinson. 5-3
A small business for sale; cheap If
sold in the next six days. Address 120
W. California. 5-3
For Sale or Trade—Small grocery
stock and fixtures; cheap rent; good
location; want cheap city property.
Address 874 Pointer. 5-3
For Sale—Modernrooming house, do-
ing good business; owner leaving citv.
24% W. Grand. 5-3
MIS^ VA N1';
Miss Vane Calvert
The Rodney Stock Co.
"THE FATAL WEDDING"
SUNDAY 2:30 P. M.
MATINEE PRICES 5c AND 10c.
High Class Vaudeville
Night Prices 10-20-30c
WE SEI L
10c Lye Hominy, per can 3C
10c Pork Beans, per can_
10c Sweet Corn, per can
10c Baking Soda, per lb_
10c Dried Grapes, per lb
10c Persian Dates, per lb_
10c California Prunes, per lb..._
35c Table Syrup in Cruets...
Lard Compound, per lb
A Money Maker—One of the best lo-
ated rooming houses; all modern; good
business. Come quick; or address I).
L. Carlton. 6% N. Broadway. 362-lw
Do you want to go in business? We
start you in the grocery or dry goods
business for $150 cash; balance easy,
-ome In and see or phone 1959 or call
5 Baltimore Bldg. Compton A Co.
20c Sweet Potatoes, per can 1 (jjc
20 lb Granulated Sugar_ $1.00
?0c Beets, per can_ j(U
12ic June Peas, per can gc
5c Cigar, 2 for
35c Preserved Strawberries, per can J5q
WE SELL ALL CLASSESOFGROCERIESCHEAPEST/
We also carry a complete line of Tinware,
Enamelware, Glassware, Notions and [}RY
GOODS REMNANTS AT HALF PRICE
U9N STORE ANNEX
We Have Not the Time to Write Ads on Account of Our Receiving
CAR LOADS OF NEW SP
If you want to see the latest things in Dry Goods and Furnishings, call and inspect
our lines. We have in our warehouse over three car loads of new merchandise
that we will open and place on sale Monday. Watch papers for our big spring sale.
The Herskowitz Store Qra„dCrderBdwy
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Tucker, Dudley R.; Tucker, Howard A. & Tucker, William L. Oklahoma City Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 367, Ed. 1 Sunday, March 22, 1908, newspaper, March 22, 1908; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc152999/m1/2/: accessed November 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.