Oklahoma City Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 371, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 26, 1908 Page: 3 of 4
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TUCKER BROS.' OKLAHOMA CITY DAILY POINTER.
WILL VOTE AT
school election-much in-
terest manifested—go in a
body to register.
Chickasha, Okla., March 26.—Fol-
lowing a meeting of prominent women
of the city 25 of 'chem proceeded in
a hotly to the city clerk's office to
agistor. They propose to take an
^jve part in the school election. At
igs meeting they resolved to at-
tend the party caucuses, participating
in the nominations regardless of party
affiliations. Each agreed to get five
others to register.
This is the first time the women
of Chickasha have had an opportunity
to play a part in the poli'cical arena
and much interest is being taken by
those who have been active in the
A reward of three hundred dollars
has been offered by the state for the
C. C. Pate, charge drunk, failed to
appear. "He's resting easy," said
Jailer Boles, looking in 'the direction
of the jail, "and I hate to disturb
him." Pate had evidently not fully
recovered from the effects of the
John Doe, charge drunk, was next
dh the docket. "My name is Woods,
your honor. I've been working here
for three months and this is the first
time I went to pieces. Please let me
50 back to work." After flue con-
lideration, Judge riighley dismissed
the charge against Woods, pending
;ood behavior and promise of going
John Carey, charge drunk, plead
guilty and was fined five dollars and
John Alexander Hamilton, negro,
charge loitering around the street at
early hours of the morning will he
tried later. "I is a porter, your honor;
a strictly law-abiding gentleman, now
working at the Alamo hotel, and never
had any trouble in the two years I've
been here," said the negro.
Two persons charged with immoral
conduct failed to appear.
The phillips :boys, charged with as
sault on John Hubatka, were each
fined last night. Guy. Phillips $2(5,
and Charles, $11. Attorney Giddings
gave notice of appeal. «
\LLEGED bootlegger swears
TO warrant —outcome of
Sapulpa, Okla., March 26.—Sheriff
Ienry C. King of Creek county was
laced under arrest yesterday on a
arrant charging him with perjury.
The warrant was sworn to by a man
whom King arrested recently on the
charge of selling liquor.
An assistant attorney general was
here from Guthrie and made an in-
vestigation of the charges. What that
'investigation will reveal is not known.
arrest and conviction of the party
that murdered Carl Romain, cattle-
man. February 4th last. It is the
first reward proclamation issued
since Oklahoma became a state.
S'tate of Oklahoma, Executive Depart-
"Whereas, It has been brought to my
official attention that upon the night
of February 4, 1908, in the county ot
Major, state of Oklahoma, Carl Ro-
main was shot and foully murdered,
Whereas, It still appears that the j
party or parties 'guilty of this crime
are still at large, and have not been
Now, Therefore, I, C. N. Haskell,
governor of the state of Oklahoma, by
the authority invested in me by law,
do proclaim, by and on behalf of the
state of Oklahoma, a reward of Three
Hundred Dollars ($300.00), to be paid
for 'the arrest and conviction of the
party or parties guilty of said crime.
In Witness Whereof, I have here-
unto set my hand and caused to be
affixed the great seal of the state of
Oklahoma on the date above written.
C. N. HASKELL,
Governor of Oklahoma.
Secretary of S'tate.
Romain resided near Estelle, Major
He was sitting in his dining room
with his wife and four small children
immediately after eating supper the
night of February 4, last. He pulled
his chair away from the dining table
and leaned up against the wall. Just
as he leaned back an unknown as-
sassin standing in the dark outside the
house near the dining room window
fired two loads of buckshot through
the window, the first load striking
Romain in the neck and head killing
him instantly, the second load going
over his head into the far side of the
room. Romain died so quickly that lie
did not fall from his chair.
The county was stirred to its depths
by the assassination and for several
weeks officers worked on the affair.
Two detectives from Wichita, were
also put on the case. No one has
been apprehended or strongly sus-
p'lcioued to date.
please take notice.
In order to stop the constant string
of people who are answering the
"folding bed for sale ad," which ap-
peared in the Pointer with address
829 W. 8tk, we are asked to announce
that said article was sold forthwith,
after the ad's appearance in the
Pointer. Another instance too, where
a Pointer advertiser got the desired
Pointer circulation yesterday was
10,156. Advertise in the only recog-
nized afternoon want, ad medium.
Views of Wheeler Park may be ob-
tained at the following places:
Post Office Hook Store.
J. H. Vosburg Book Store.
Roach & Veazy Diuk Store.
C. 15. Haley's Broadway Circle Phar-
The above dealers in cards have of-
fered to assist the Park Board in rais-
ing; about $1(100 to defray the expenses
of placlnR the Sea Jiions and 10-inch
mortars in Wheeler Park. 369tf
$fi.00 meal ticket for $5.00 at the
American Lunch room. 19 S. Broadway.
IF YOU WANT SHIRTS AM) UNDER
WEAR MA1>I0 TO MEASURE; THAT
FIT \NI) WEAK WEI.I., CAM, I *'
LEIIK. THE SHIRT MAX. 400 MEN OF
OKLAHOMA CITY WEAR THEM. FIT
AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
PHONE 3410. 8-3
EAT AT THE-
It's The Best in Town 857-26
SATURDAY, MARCH 28th
WE WILL GIVE A HANDSOME
VASE OR DREAM AND
With One Can of Cook's Friend
Baking Powder and 50c worth of
| goods. Regular checks included.
This Bargain Not Delivered.
WESTERN PACIFIC TEA CO.
120 N. Robinson.
Pointer Circulation Yesterday—
Wednesday—Was 10,156. Seen and
Read by Everybody.
You see it everywhere—the Pointer.
A newspaper read by 'thousands.
house burns—entire city
thought to be in dan-
Tulsa, Okla., March 26—With the
vind blowing a gale from the south-
vest a fire 'chat burned the residence
f W. S. Ewing last night threatened
,o devastate the entire southwestern
►ortiorL of the city. After the flames
had completely enveloped the Ewing
house and 'the firemen saw that its
destruction was sure, they turned
their attention to saving other resi-
dences ot that vicinity.
Ewing's loss probably is $15,000.
The house was completely destroyed.
Only a part of the furnishings was
saved. Ewing is a prominent hard
SEE FOWLER BROS.
For all Natural gas work they can be
depended upon. Estimates given free.
13 N. Robinson, phone 146. tf
The three best days In the week
[or a. want ad to run T hursdaj
priday and Sunday—and it will onlj
:ost you a Quarter.
1TH INTENT TO !>< HOIMI.Y HARJI
Kalph Brown, charged with shooting
lith intent to do bodily harm, will be
■ vtn ■ i>i I'liminai'.v hearing before Jus-
fce Zwiek litis afternoon.
■ K. T. Meyers of Edmond swore out the
bmpluint iigiiinst Brown. Claude m.
■lorpe Is attorney for Meyers.
1 Tomorrow is the day to place
■at want ad. in The Pointer. The
jbroe day run will include the Sun
ay morning paper.
said to be u play that is adm.irnblycox -
vtructeti. having very little ot' tlio Do n
i,- so characteristic of the nielo-
! nimatie style. Then- is a welcome
].«ck (if stage machinery, and In place
nf these Messrs. Vance ami Sullivan,
life owner, ha\>• invested their capital in
a<The"'ito?ylteH5eof'""wilful young girl
, , IV got into bad company,
h V'her brother also a headstrong per-
but htr brotne . ))pr bjr angry
son, sought attitude, the girl
speech. Wettieu uy dutches of a de-
s?tB« !• vfllian' The brother,, in a
signing vlllian. thinks he has
frenzy, he when in reality she
caused her aeain. ^ enemies
ha* b?en <.arHed h d
in order that ne s sgem lm„,i-
the crime. Fatal res ^ combil,ation
nent. when by a danger is averted.
of circumstances all dangersuai
fence U Promised'in the production of
O II l!
T*i..r <?** " 73—TOR- TA^KTFFirW]y,
sS£_ wfV)T -MAIN SZ OK LAHOMA^ OJ_ V OKLA.
I AM GETTING IN A CAR of Fancy Front Doors, Oak,
Birch and Fine and a nice lot of inside Doors, Glazed
Windows, Columns, Mouldings, Glass, and Fancy Front
Windows. Come and see my designs and let me figure
upon your MILL-WORK requirements. Estimates free.
T. A. GRIFFITH, 502 W. MAIN.
■ ™ '-v.- !
OK A PRESENTABLE
For wearing easily this season is best
solved by having your old Hat nicely
CLEANED and BLOCKED at this es-
Other articles which ought to have
our immediate attention for Dry Clean-
ing are your Fancy Vests, Gloves Neck-
wear; Suit and Top Coat.
Have it done today—have it done
here. Phone Main 91.
FRENCH UNIQUE DRY. CLEAN-
ING AND DYE WORKS.
704 N. Broadway.
LOOK! WATCH THIS!
Salt Lake City, Utah, Oct. 20th, 1907.
To whom it may concern:—E.J. CARPEN TEH'S
"WHY GIRLS LEAVE HfcME"
Company has just finished the present week at this theatre break-
ing all records for business since the theatre was built. t he com-
pany pihI play are far above the average and deserving the pat-
ronage accorded them.—A, M. COX, Manager, Gran i l!i i
II it i
Saturday, March 28th,
Matinee and Night
SEATS AT WESTFALLS
Matinee Prices 26c and 10c. Night 76c, 50c, 35c, and 25c.
Get your tickets early they are going fast.
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Tucker, Dudley R.; Tucker, Howard A. & Tucker, William L. Oklahoma City Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 371, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 26, 1908, newspaper, March 26, 1908; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc153003/m1/3/: accessed December 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.