Oklahoma City Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 384, Ed. 1 Friday, April 10, 1908 Page: 2 of 4
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TUCKER BROS.' OKLAHOMA CITY DAILY POINTER
"The Greatest FREE DAILY in America^
TUCKER BROS. PUBLISHING CO.,
~ An in<l«|ieneil«nt newspaper; established by Tucker Brother! In Okl.i
linnia City, Jan. 18, 1H06. . —
Tucker, Howard A. Tucker, William L. Tucker,
Editors and Managers
OFFICE 117 Vfc-HV N. ROBINSON STREET.
The Saturday night edlthm^rfDaily0Pointer Ik held over
dav morning, when on thousand extra copies are issued, making a
Eight Thousand Copies Sunday. ^ _
"A Pointer For Everybody."
If Miunlled with a paper at voui ,vHli|.-.i<-.- or Mwlness Ih.iim- always
««t a copv ^ee by calling at the Pointer off II7V4 N. I oblnnon St.
Regular edition issued 1:30 o'clock every afternoon except Saturday.
Ads on Want Ad Paqe or In Heading Notices.
Eighteen word* (count everything) runs three days for 25 cents.
(25c. minimum charge.)
I_ Twenty-four words (count everything) runs three days • c.
Thirty words (count everything) three days ' ,c-
Thirty-six words (count everything) three days 50c.
Display Ada—per inch, 1 day
P Dieplaj Ads—per inch, 3 days
plin* p«aseriK*-r a*1'"
elflc, Ih ill the fit:
Announcement t' tin* l.*di *i!s- -Hats
made to order; also a fin- line of P t-
tithm "Merry Widow' Sailors * *P"
rlalty Mrs. KinrUs'rf Miilluerjr Parlor#,
Turley Flats. 6th and Broadway; phone
T. J. Martin Is In the I
lock, a KUftit at the Win<
emaln several daya U'-n
Rev. Mr. L. (' Wolfe, of Bhawnee.
will be Klad to meet an many of the
people of tlie Waahlngton Ave. Baptist
church a« possible at the i hurch. cor-
ner of Walker and Washington Ave., on
Thursday evening, April tf, at 7:30
o'clock. 2 '
Perry A K< an arrived yesterday from
Arkansas City. Kanaaa. to remafn In
the city several days on business. II*
Is a guest at the Stewart hotel.
Notice to Advertisers.
Copy for display and local miilln* notices, to insure publication, should
reach this office not later than 10 o'clock, a. 111 . upon the day or publication.
The tine limit for want ads is II o'clock sriarp. All want ads and other
Binall U'lf are strictly cash in advance.
Will Do It
With New Fuel Tor-
pedo Boats Can
By HUDSON MAXIM.
Place cards, 'aeon
made to order. Per
Water color $1.00 do
denco 710 W. 11th.
The Dally r.ilnUv iimvm U " ,s '%"
> night to Time* Journal bid*; -IS W.
wichita ATTOHNIV htrf..
Sam Arnldon. ot Wicb ta. K.uf-as. a
romInert Httoinej and tlvnio. ratI- | ol-
tiiian, Ik irf the city attending fedeiai
NEWS BOVSi TO MEET TONIGH • .
Tie* OklalMim i i'lty N' ' "• *
elation will meet at "*r
ro.nmerce rooms tonight '
of devising means ' •
neftt headquarter* Tor ili>
President J T. HlghW*
over the meeting. S. ''
It. i: Krogh will I" •
tbe boys In formulating
Ananas Application* f-
will be received.
caviniuk1! U bjskstt tw la
home up with natural gas. If2 Grand
ave.; phone :'072 DH771tf
The city federation did not have its
annual meeting which was scheduled tor
\ esjterday afternoon at the Carnegie li-
brary. The meeting was postponed for
* «eek on account of the Inclement
I repair, sharpen and regulate lawn
mowers; work guaranteed; will call at
residences. W M Sculloy, phone 2616
i was in the city yester-
..i.d Ink, 75c.
Phone 3631. Kesl-
H. A. Kilter arrived In the city yester-
day from St. Joe. He is a gue.tt at the
Notice:—The entertainment announc-
ed be bel l Ht I'ilgrlm Cmgregatlonal
church for Friday night will be postpon-
ed one week on acount of the weather,
and will be given the 17th. 3-3
vosburghs entertain north
Arriving In this city from a pleasure
trip to old Mexico, Mr. and Mrs. M J.
I.ander stopped over yesterday and are
the gucHts of their old tline friends J.
II. Vosburgh and wife, 723 West P'our-
teenth street. Mr. leander Is a
in en t banker of ti rand Forks North
Dakota. The Vo:d urghe formerly re-
Hided at that place.
H. B. Sberi
day from Sin
Mrs. J. A Steblns, of 1111 North Cen-
tral avenue, will be liostcttii to the after-
noon bridge c'ub thlB afternoon.
- - ~ - 5, 21- ,,
See Gay Bros,
peringr They sn
all work. 901 \V
/e you 26 per
;- t st.
Monday the l ail
rated at 21S W.
used by the TI
cabbage and tomato plants.
You can't «< t better plants than these.
10e. per dor..
I'lrwfho-.ixr .■lti >.I Sunday ex epf cut
flowers for funeral work, dowers for the
k' 'EAST SIDE FLORAL CO.
l'hone 2991. 4 3 1500 E. $
M M Rocke.
room 411 Baltimore fouildla*
*>rit. tlciil euperlen ■•
BrliiK In your noM I make ^irt"1® j
■Il.-I from :i ti. !l «hir! v. U suits
$„ t.> 1«. .mil *"'l" I"' "J, '1
Infff Kit and work nuarantetil 'tially
tailor made I Steliintan. ill. . VW
Main. Phone Black J7K ' •
If you want brick,
work call at 1223 W. 5th St.
All parties calling dally at the 1 nter
oflii • for copies of th;- paper—mu i not
|i. -.itate to follow us to the n •• ''li"
iii.ii Monday, 21$ W. Grand. A wrier
will be stationed out front.
Watch for <
das a ml M<
the Teddy Bi
oupons In th
Wanted: To take
o«. good pasture
ireenflald. It. F. I
vest on 10th.
Mre ni' - in
i Adventure- Wit-h
'hursday. April I6th^
care of your milk
and good are. A
Mr. 4 ; cir niilei
SMART EASTER MILLINERY
SATURDAY, special sale
$3.50, $4.50 and $5.50
For Stylish Hats Worth One-half
Richarnson Millinery Company.
| 208 MAIN.
GET YOUR ADS KARIA KOIt Tim SUXliA^ 1 '< 1 N i Kl
Mrs B. M IMIley e-UTtalns ti: • rwen- |
tletii ('entui-y club at her home on West
Mev'Mitii street this afternoon.
M. B. Wright an<i 3. r
recent arrivals In the eli
Baltimore. They will h-ra ome
tunc looking up Investments.
CAVAHAUIsH & BECKETT
Natural gas contractors and steam fit-
ters; natural gas supplies, pur ^™"k
guaranteed. 212 W. Grand. phone^672.
M. A. Bernstein is a gu-st In the city
from 1'alias and will remain several days
Miss King, of Topeks. Kansas, is a
guest at the home of Mrs. Geo. L*arn-
jcrv.iija to maintain the bont at (lie surface of tlie water.
Tlic boat will also be prorided with a ventral tin, or keel, jo
the dorsal tin, or superstructure. The rertieal diameter of tlw I
That government which sball bs lirst to build
torpedoes with double the speed and range of those
now in use, and to build torpedo boats capable of
reaching ijnd sinking the battleships of an enemy
with insignificant risk, will have an overwhelming
advantage in any naval engagement—an advantage
that win mean certain victory.
A torpedo boat built according to my invention
will be about 61 feet long, and will be driven by gaso-
line engines upon the surface of the water under nor-
mal conditions; but when going iuto action the
boat will be submerged until only the top of the conning tower and the
top of the dorsal fin will be seen above the surface of the water 1 he
dorsal flu is a superstructure consisting of a large number of small com-
pertinents separated from one another by thin sheet metal partitions and
tilled with cellulose. This superstructure is for flotation purposes only,
the dorsal tin, or superstructure. The vertical diameter or in® body of
the boat will be about twice that of the horizontal section; in other words,
;the boat will be fish-shaped.
I Jn (he prow of the boat will be carried two large torpedoes, each
containing half a ton of high explosive.
Motorite is a fuel, consisting of 70 per cent, nitroglycerine and 30 per
Sknt guncotton. For use it is made in long, solid bars, forced and sealed
Into long steel tubes. This fuel is self-cmibusttve and does not require
Kmospheric air to burn it; consequently, it may be burned in a confined
J&pacc The heat of the burning motorite is used to evaporate water, and
Kie steam and products of combustion are mingled to drive turbines for
■ the boat's propulsion.
It will of course, require an enormous amount of power to propel
this torpedo-boat at an express train sped when submerged, but with mo-
lorite we ha\e all the power that may be needed even to attain a speed as
great us 60 miles an hour.
onlv the top of the conning tower will appear above the surfaoo
of the water, this will be a very difficult object to hit, even with the quick
firing guns of the battleship, and the exposed part of the conning tower
will be protected by armor plate of a thickness great enough to resist
the projectiles of quick firing guns, and any projectile striking the su-
perstructnre uin do 110 real damage to the boat itself.
I purpose to make my torpedoes semi-armor piercing—that is to
sav the warhead will have a point capable of penetrating the unprotected
hull of am war vessel, and will pass through any torpedo netting with
which the vessel may be surrounded.
When the torpedo ia launched, the reaction or recoil will serve to
retard the torpedo boat and to aid in stopping it After launching the
torpedo the engine, will be reversed and the boat will withdraw stern-
foremost. At this juncture there will be no fear of the enemy s gun., for
the surrivort will be busy with their prayers.
I*t me repeat, it will be absolutely impossible to prevent thl. tor-
pedo-boat from reaching and torpedoing any battleship in the world, and
with but small danger on its part of being destroyed.
A torpedo-boat of this character, Ci f-et long, will require a crew
ef but two men, so the risk of life will be insignificant
And Save $4.00
$f" Complete Reading
By Bringing This Ad.
Mme. Casto, the wonderful clairvoy-
ant. calls you by name and tells ex-
uctly what you called for without ask-
He Sells Clothing.
19 N. Broadway.
Opposite Lee Hotel.
FOR RENT || qh|^|^PRtJNES,PERLB.
Stnol nafe.tv deuosit boxos i WHfci"
Steel safety deposit boxos
in fire proof vault. A safe
and convenient place to keep
your valuable papers etc.
Open 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
GEO. K. WILLIA.MS
and ED. L. DUNN
Lee Building. 102 N. Robinson
AT EXraAOS'J-NARY LOW P3I0E8
9 bar's Swift's Soap
Moca and Java Coffee
High Grade Cigars
2 for —
per pound ——
10c Sweet Corn
10c Lye Hominy
10c Pork and Baans
per can —
10c Breakfast Food
OLNS. BlCYCLBSe KTC., RKPA1RKD
J. M. III I.I . 2«i W. GRAND AVB.
I HOM: P U X-23
Watch for the Big Sunday Morning
Fer sale. Monitor wheat drills for eal
or exchange It will be to your advan-
tage not to ferg*t the name-or plW• £
r Dlsmukes. 106 i s W. Caflforn a
Wholesale and retail dealer in Imp
men is. grain, feed, flour. Phone UH- t
Come and inspect our mam-
oth and lateststock of Nov-
elty Woolens. Suits to
your measure for
UNITED WOOLEN MILLS
124 W. 1st St. Phone 3807
J F. Smith, of Mouttlsln Park. h«
snllstf.1 In Hi" n.vy thr°il?hw'n
r-ruitln. ..trie. here. H« *U1 lesvr
for San Francisco today.
Tara aradlng and seeding; also rug
, arnet cloanlng and window clean-
isi Phon. tVli ^Usck. W. M Bcylj
Mini Hum., of th. Burton 1-..S and
Investment Co., has returned home from
Clearwater, Kansas, where he was called
by the death of his father. Rev. A. t
Hume. Rev Hume formerly resided In
SEE FOWLER BROS.
F.r sll Natural «a« work thejr car. k.
a.r«nfl«' UP"" ff. ti mat.a lv,n frs.
3 N. Robinson, phone 14. tf
The MU.fS Oarlrud. Bulton aiul Ju-
lia Thorn. Will alva a hoalary shower
at the hoin. of Mis. Thorn, this aftsr-
noon. complimentary to Miss blsla Br.w-
A small line of mt:lllnar/ for sale
also furniture of 3 rooms; will sell chwp
If taken at once; would like to -*Mky
Mav 1 on account of leaving city. Call
at «14 N. Broadway, Twllsg Fiats; phone
As a Seeress
?uua'"",A<iv^'Jon "u'rtias- ' 'JjUllmtio'l"
T liva' u'i dornesua ^rotlblr. settles
invers' Quarrols. r.unlts. the "Parutea.
tails wuo you win m .-ry. W to WIN
overcome ail enomi".., «lves full secrat
how °o control or Influence any ona jou
love cr meet.
In This Class o? Work
She Has No Equal
She Guarantees Success
l„ all <a.es 1,« hanj.es ami If you have
been iljyappolntsit In youi efforts IJ sa'"
vmir de'ire-J through sotne i'.comL '-nt
ilalrvoyant. d'. not bs out
nliice tha matter in Mis* Cast I ^ hands
and sh. will quickly sain for you Jour
-uc QUCCEEOS IN THE '/OST OIF-
FTriiLT CA6E9, WHERE ORDI
nary madiums fail! 8uoh
To the Des-
If you are worried, sick or run down
Mme. Casto will tell you how to re-
gain health, strength; cures all nerv-
ous diseases. restores vitality an
Hours 9 to 7 Daily
Sunday 11 to 4.
3161 N. Broadway.
Notice—Unlike tha pretender. Mins.
C to ask. no fee la advance, and you
pay nothlnr unless absolutely satis
tied when reading I. over.
No letters answered, as her tlma Is
all taken up with paraonal callers.
'ffui idi 1vfi!
Opposite Lee" Hotel
You will ftud'my clothing correct
in Cut, Fabric , and Woriman.hip,
and the pa tkfrne new and snappy.
Each suft ftfcands alone on itB own
merits and c^ch suit is priced right.
By light I mean each suit is marked
as low aw it & ^possible to mark it
when qualitjfand make are consid-
My statements would be abeured
if I claimed taoro for my goods than
is true. , v
My stutemements are not absurd
because I deliver the goods and
my £ood$pare the proof of my asser-
CAN 3E TOLD
on all purchases satisfaction
teed or mone* refunded
prices $8.50 to $25.00
1? N. Broadway.
Best Soda Craokers
Pure Maple Sugar lip
per pound — I v U
20 lbs. granulated sugar $1.03
lOo RUeubarb Ijg
What Oar Dry
Process will save for you before
discarding as useless any article of
Spring Suits, Skirts. Waists Coats
Gloves. Neckwear. Fancy Vests end
Automobile Clothing are easily made
Many a garment has boen utterly
spoiled by trying to remove a stain
at home—don't let this happen to yours
l*HO*'R MAIM ®).
FUHNCH UNldl R URY CI.EANINO
AND DYE WORKS.
704 N. BROADWAY.
the world's greatest Clairvoyant
and Trance Medium. She tells
names, dates; one visit to this
gifted woman will convince the
most skeptical. She reunites the
separated and causes a speedy
marriage with the one of your
ohoice. Her advice ia reliable
on business, speculation and law
suits. Fee in reach of all. Hours
from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. All
Illinois Hotel, 2l8i W.
Main, room 204.
par can —
10c Mustard Sardines
per can_ — —
I5c Bottle Mixed Pickles
40o Maple Syrup
85c Fine Brooms
25c Full Cream Cheese
10c Baking Soda
15c Whisk Brooms
10c Missouri Apples
Garden Seed—Half Price. Full Stock Groceries at reduced prices.
We aluo carry a complete stock of Tinware, Knamelware, Glass-
ware Hardware, Notions, Dry Goods and Chinaware.
FREE DELIVERY SERVICE.
THE LION STORE EX
Saturday, a. m.
You will be sorry if you don't. The One-halfr
Million Yard End Sale will be in Full Blast.
All Cars Will Stop at Our Store.!
THE HERSKOWITZ STORE,
SEE 0'JR WINDOW. COR. BROADWAY AND GRi
To-NightlTo-NlghtlTo-NightlODEON'.The House ofHij
Marvelous Electrical and scenic Production of the
" james boys in missouri.
Also DAVE BERRY Musical Artist.
Hypnotic Comedy Company.
The Lady Hypnotist Sleeker in the
window of "Enders Co." will te
awakened by Grtjtfth the Audi-
Reserve SaStf at Auditorium
Matinee Sat. aa
This Coupon and 10c^
admit one School Scholar
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Tucker, Dudley R.; Tucker, Howard A. & Tucker, William L. Oklahoma City Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 384, Ed. 1 Friday, April 10, 1908, newspaper, April 10, 1908; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc153010/m1/2/: accessed July 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.