Oklahoma City Daily Pointer (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 45, Ed. 1 Monday, March 22, 1909 Page: 1 of 4
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YOU HAVE NOTICED
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carries more columns of live advertising
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Advertised for rent today in The Pointer.
Tho only complete list of desirable places.
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OKLAHOMA CUT, OKLAHOMA, MARCH 22, 1909-MONDAY
"Circulation 12,000 Daily"
A Paper to Every Home"
Fourth Year—VOLUME 4.
E1NAI WEEK of taws four™
rlNAL vIllK anniversary sale
A WEEK OF GREAT VALUE-GIVING
There arc so many values that are of such importance we can
scarcely keep from taking a page each day that we might tell you
about them—ONLY A FEW CAN WE MENTION HERE!
Almost a hundred different patterns of Cretone that
that is good as an ordinary 10c grade, for
About IB or JO pairs of 19c Curtain Madras, mostly greens and
blues; clean up the ~
lot, a yard
About the same quality of Printed Etamlne Curtain material—
sells for J'.c and Mo a yard regular; 1 On
to clean up the lot, a yard
A lot of beautiful 50c fancy tickings, for laundry
bags, etc.These in 2 to 15 yard lengths, at yard
A few short lengths of 10c Chambray In the blue,
gray ami huff colors, for a yard
nn«l \V«II; Wrltra I,etter to Mother—l uth-
er to Pay Kidnapers Kansoin.
Sharon, Ptt., March 22.—Incitement Is
Intense hero and almost at th«• breaking
point over the kidnaping of little Will Jo
Whilla. Only tho appeals <>f the boy's
father prevent a public demonstration.
W hit la says the life of his son depends
upon following the instructions of the
abductors absolutely. Ho has received the
fourth letter from them demanding ran-
som. The contents of the letters are un-
learned. It is feared that the kidnap-
pers will kill the boy during the nego-
tiations, thinking the father is In bad
Arrangements have been made with the
kidnapers for the return of the boy They
provide that the money shall be left in
another place today and all detectives bo
withdrawn. The police chief belle\cs
the kidnapers are acting In good faith and
Is withdrawing all detectives, carrying
out the instructions furnished by them.
W hit la soys that his only desire is to
return the boy. Mrs. Whitla today re-
ceived a letter from the boy In his own
hand-writing, saying that he Is well and
unharmed. The letter was sent by the
confederates of the kidnapers.
BE8HIK 11 ATM AN 1*1 KVDH OIII.TY TO
CMABtiE OF DHl NKliNSE88.
Bessie Ilatmnn, the yoimg.woman who
Attained considerable nolorHy • here some
time hgo, has returned ffotu Lawton, and
warf in the city court today on a drunk
charge. She pleaded guilty. A fine «>f
|T> was assessed. She gltv© her name as
Pally Rose 'Is this your first (Imo
down here?" asked tit*- iudgo. "1 have
been down here throe or four times," was
the reply. She is nol *rer 15 years of
BODY glllTPKO ID TEXAS.
Tho body of Frank It iff ledge was ship-
ped to Terrlll, Texas Jpr burial, yesterday
■afternoon. 11 ti tied gr di«4 late Saturday
night from malarial fever after a lingering
Illness, lie was only nineteen yoars of
WATCH STOLEN I KOM MBH. ril.KSOI..
Mrs. George Plorsol an(*ared at police
headquarters today and lescrlbed a watch
which is missing, believed to have been
stolen from their home some time last
week. The date of April JO. '07, Is en
graved on it. The polk® will search tho
pawn shops and endeavai
to locate same.
GIRI-'S ASSAILANT ELK( TRO( I TE .
Idchmond, Va.. March 2-V Amerleua
C'brlstsln, negro wlio attacked a young
iclrl a month ago and cut her throat,
w-flH electrocuted in the penitentiary this
morning after boasting of committing the
Josie Mansfield Aged 70
U Living Incognito
Woiiinn For Whom Stokes Killed Fink
New Penniless hi «I Stricken
Hioux s. !>.. March 22.— Th«t
J.rei.' Maliafli'M. ttie fni.M.us New Ifij.
Ic.i.ity "f the TO's. for whom J-.dward S.
Btui™ kill.-.! .1 n ' 1'lBk, Is o rejl.l '.lt
vt South Dakota and has .... fur a
number of years, is a surprising dlaeov-
try just made.
She is a resident of Watertown, wln're
■lie is known as "Mrs. Mary Lawl-T.
For about seven years she has heeu a
resident of that city. She is now about
seventy years old and practically help-
less. as tho result of a stroke of par-
alysis. and being penniless is dependent,
on charity for support. This is dm? to
an unfortunate circumstance.
Upon taking up her residence at W ater-
lown she made her home with her broth-
er. M I . Flint, an old and r.spectcd
resident, lie built a neat little cottage
for Ills sister and gave it to her to live
In during the remainder of her life and
to call •home." Through an oversight he
neglected t«> deed the property to her.
Ahout two years ago Flint died sud-
denly of heart disease, and the uged
woman's little home was thrown Into
the estate of the dead mall and with his
olhir property sold to the highest bid
drr, leaving Mrs. Lawle
helpless and homeless.
listed the aid of Wale
HKIDK'H TRAIN 1H LATE;
THEY WED AT 1:30 A. M.
A wedding at 1 -10 n. m. was solemnized
Sunday when Justice I.dward Dewes Old
field united In mnrrlage .lames Carson,
Shawnee, and Miss Alice Ilill, of Thomas,
at his home N_*7 W. 0th street. The late
hour, or early hour, was due to the fad
that the ceremony was delayed because
the bride's train failed to arrive on time.
The couple departed on the first train
for Shawnee where he Is engaged in bus-
iness. The courtship which led to the
wedding commenced Wichita, Kansas,
aeveral years ago.
NO FIRES SINCE TUESDAY.
There have been no fires In the city
since Inst Tuesday and the members of the
department have had quite a rest. The
firemen say the ape I will not last much
'••tiger and they ore expecting an alarm
BOY'S M NI.KAI, HELD.
The funeral of Clyde McMickle, the 8-
year-old boy who was accldciitly shot with
a target rifle Saturday night, was held
from the residence of Ills widowed mother,
1 l( i? West Tv,.no Fifth street yesterday
a Tier noon 2:30 o'clock. The body was
hurled in Falrlawn.
4 she is known.
Recently she en-
rtown parties, who
■ been engaged In
by a voluntary
raising a fund for he
cubscriptioii. the plan
been to send her to a home for the
For n time it was planned to purchase
a little homo for her with the funds
thus secured. Now. however, the former
beauty and winner of millionaires' hearts,
has practically decided to enter a eon-
vent for the remaining years of her life.
THE FICKLE WINDS OF MARCH
These sudden changes of weather
aro unpleasant to everyone and try- |
ing to many but they don't phase the
robust man and woman—not a bit.
As the keen north wind hits their I
faces it gets a response—tho glow of
warm, red blood surging within, in
perfect circulation. But how it does
hit home to those who are not in good
health—it chills, and chills, and worse
than chills, for it makes a drain upon
the vitality of the system.
Yet there is no mysterious ability
required to enable one not already
seriously sick, to gain and maintain
a robust state of health. The secret
lies simply in putting the stomach in
good order and maintaining it that
way. Common sense and good medi-
cine are all that is necessary.
is a builder. It rouses all the organs
of elimination and removes the ac-
cumulated poisons of the system. It
stimulates the uppetite, strengthens
the digestion and as a natural se-
quence the quality and quantiiy of
the blood supply is immensely im-
proved and the nervous system takes
on .in .veejjgion of vitality.
8COTCH-T ONE VEGETABLE
WONDER is composed of pure and
wholesome Ingredients and is abso-
lutely free of harmful and habit pro-
ducing drugs. It is guaranteed under
the Pure Food and Drugs Act and
bears our MONEY-HACK GUARAN-
TEE. If this preparation does not,
upon fair trial, afford quick relief in
cases where its use is indicated your
money will be handed back to you by
your druggist without question.
At all first-class drug stores.
Alexander Drug Co., Wholesale Dis-
Dollar a bottle.
SCOTCH-TONE REMEDY CO.
CUT FLOWERS FOR
We have bargains for
THE NEW SEED STORE
222 W. Grand Ave.
Freeh Cut Floweri, Garden,
Flower A Field Seed.. Incubator*,
Garden Toole, Onion Sets, etc.
THE WESTERN SEED CO.
222 W. Grand Ave,
Refuses To Stay
Ueorge Slnnn. Stubbing \ U tlm, <•«>« - Home
—May Recover—A■•ailanl in « "•
Declaring that ho would not stay in a
hospital. (ftorire Sloan, victim of the stab-
bing affray Saturday night, left St. An-
thony's early yesterday morning and re-
turned to bis home on faplb'l
1 r. llnbbard stated today that iheryoung
man will probably recover, regardless <>f
his actions since receiving (lie wounds
.Sloan, as told exclusively in yesterase s
Pointer, was stabbed In the back two times
with a big Marlow knife b> Hoy Sunili.
at No. r. North Ku-m II. lie was also struck
over the head with n cuspidor.
Dr. Thomas was .ailed to die- - the mm
wounds, but upon hlt arrival Sloan refuse*
I to receive medical attention and walked
off southward. About o'clock at night
i he was picked up on the street by a police
I man and taksn to the city dispensary,
Where !>r. Hubbard dressed the wound*
Sloan was so weak front loss of blood that
his puNe had almost slopped beating and
he could hardly talk. In. Hubbard stated
at the time that the niiin «8H in a very
serious condition and might not recover.
The trouble arose over Ma Hwanno, u.
n pretty Indian girl of Osage Delaware n lv-
turc alio occupies the house with young
Smith., son of Frank Smith, Janitor al the
county court house.
According to the statement of the Swan
nock woman. Sloan was Jealous of Smith
and started the fight.
The SwHiiuoek woman Claims to be quite
wealthv, owning several oil wells at liar
tlesvllle, and says her Income Is fiOO per
Ilov Smith, who did the cutting Is at
present held In the^clty Jail awaiting trial.
He will pro't lily ">e turned over to the
HAS JOHN IIHOWN BRICK.
The Oklahoma Historical Society ban
Just been presented with a "John Hrow n
Brick" by I'rof. F C. Marshall of Epworth
University. It is considered a very val-
Prof. Marshall picked up this brick at
the Government barracks. Harper's Ferry
year of 1891 when the building was being
rased and token to Chicago for the «"o
lumblan Exposition. It was in the bnr-
racks whore John Brown Imprisoned < itl-
sena while he organised a negro Insurrec-
tion. ye:i#*0f 1HT>4.
Arrives Here from Mississippi To
Push Bigamy Charges.
MX SI \ I \( t II
To Jail on IlooHrRKlnff < barge*—All I'm
nlftlt Appeal lliind".
In the counts court today, -hid e |lo«d.<
sentenced six peisoi to Jail on .hati;
of bootlegging All were overruled -
I motions for new trials and furnish,
bonds for appeal to the higher court. l'<
s, fifty days and $i\n fine,
ti, sixty days and flixi fine,
sixty days and f'JOO fine.
KOBBKKH KSCAI'K WITH TOOI. < II KMT
HKLON(<IN(J TO GKOHGE HUDHOM.
George W. Hudson. r.'Zl E. 0th, contrac-
tor reports the loss of a tool chest, taken
from tho 1400 block 11. 8th. He bellves
It wits stolen some time lust night The
police have been notified No trace of
the missing articles has yet been found
and the guilty parties have thus far con-
cealed their identity.
Mclver la an ex policeman.
Gregory llerr, thirty days ami *.".n flue.
Simii Bartcl. fifty days and flOO fine.
Battel Is former deputy sheriff
sr \KKIt I'KKHKSTH OAVE!..
Hon. II. F. Wilson speaker of the house
of representatives of the last legislature,
has presented the gavel used during the
session to W. P. Campbell custodian < r
the Oklahoma Historical Society. The
gavel was presented to Speaker \\ llson by
Geo. « Matlock of Oklahoma City, house
committee clerk. lie secured the gavel
while in Washington last year, acting as
private secretary to Congressman Fulton.
The gavel was made from a sycamore tree
which grew upon the farm of Geo. Wash-
ington. A picture of Mt. Vernon. Wash-
ington's home Is engraved upon the side
TO PROTEST I.OC ATION.
Petitions are out this afternoon, pro-
tedtlofl the locution of the non city not
pltnl ut the corner of Eight and Slmrtel
streets. The petitions will be presented
to the council tonight.
decided to in:
affair until 1
• lived togefb
•r of us have
art-led to Mi'
Okla. At t
a full slatei
isult my tttlor
•led to Mr. Kllleby ll
Tuesdav. August lib.
i tho physician .
i from the Pas- I
lnje« t U The |
V Isl.'ind t<
Jaw Locked Nine Days
Though Vain, Boy's I xpirUnic May Pave
\\H) to Curt- All (tables Attacks.
New York. March 2-. The longest fight
ever made against rabies sin.e s,i«iitific
study of that ailment began has just end
cd in th«' death of Alfred I onion, ten years
old. whose home was at Surf avenue and
Twenty second street. Coney Island. He
died yesterday, after having been kept
alive for eleven days by Pasteur scrum.
. Fsually when all the symptoms of hy-
drophobia develop, the patient's life ends
within about sixty hours But ihc I*en
ton boy- treated with the powerful
it in lasted more than ItW
the normal time.
When the lad was liltte
Immediately obtained '
tour institute and Iwgnu
hoy was taken to 'the ('••
pital and seemed to impr.
But within a couple of la.. he dnud J
locking of tin \ 1 «'
••ante m .ired ai the si^i- • •# •* an he
emitted throat soniu'- like the barking of
a dog. Dr. N'tmh ltdinlntstere«r the serum 1
In heavier doses. Again the Fei:ton boy
rallied. But yesterday the infection proved
loo strong for the remedial measures
Though the boy died, the ease was ac-
counted a scientific victory. Dr. Itam
baud, bead of the Pasteur Vmerlcan ii
vestigators. is writing a history of the :
case for the Institute's record*. Every
practitioner who saw the dog Idttcn boy j
Raid lie would live but two or three days,
no matter what treatment was given to
Iiiid. Serum experts believe the time Is
near when tin y will be able to oven oinc
rabies, no matter lT>w late It Is encoun-
Mrs. M. Caldwell Nelson departed jes-
ter day morning for Alderson. West Va.. (
to visit with her son until the early part i
of May. when she i \|ects to co to Wash |
ington, her former home for an extended I
Tf you don't wanl anything you are
luckv If vou do want anything a
Pointer want ad will come nearer Ret-
ting l( f. r you than any other agency
In Oklahoma City.
Contains nothing; but pure sugar;
guaranteed vegetable colors; made in
the following flavors:
A novelty in pure sugar work. Put
up assorted In &c pac kages. A candy
for the young and old.
WE LEAD—OTHERS FOLLOW.
PHONE 2.143 110 MAIN 8T.
Is Now Open for Business,
2201 WEST MAIN ST.
20 Fine Tables -20
POOL 2£c PER CUE
This is the finest place in the
Southwest. Come in and see for
yourself. Room 50x130, plate glass
mirrors on the wall, professional
billiard tables. He a professional
—play pool upstairs, where you can
get plenty of fresh air and light.
The place for gentlemen of good
FINE LINE OF
CIGARS and TOBACCO
J. M. JONES, Prop.
Moved to 513 N. Hudson
I NEW SHORT VAMP
Tan and Patent
The Only Up-to-date Place in the City That
Thoroughly Cleans and
Presses Men's Suits For
THE PARISIAN DYE & CLEANING CO.
niii w nDiun
224 W. GRAND
The one that will keep
Ask to see tliem, Madam
iWhen Bobbin onebriQhUummen
'<hy,:tHe folks kuVround beimto ,won-
'der.-*But when Dobbin, raised ,hi5 Kefc.d,«
AikUo ftie people*32ad,Tli| bit broke"-.
lwMTthen theu*5kW the blun.de.Tr- -v
nriMT RREAK 131 W GRAND
131 VJ GRAND. DONT BK£>Ai\..
RUN OVKK HV Al TO.
Oeo. T. Ilenson who eondiietl n tailor
shop on North Hroadway. wan run over
by Automobile No.' 105, In front of the
Threadalll Hotel this afternoon 1:30
■loek. lfenaon wan rldlog a bleyele and
attempted to < loos the atrnet when the
auto htrnek him T he front wheels ponicni
over o portion of hia body tllOttnh lie was
not aerlotiKly hurt from outward appear-
ati.es. Ills fare wits hndly brills,d up.
Aeeordini; to the reeorda in the < 11y
clerk's of flee Auto No. !< .*. is owned by
orin Aalitoii. The man driving the ma
chine would not give his name the
time of the aeeldent. The car was not
running exeooilluly fuHt when the aceldeut
Mrs. Kllleby Is an alt 1 n
She has the appearance of
thirty or thirty rive years 01 age.
Kllleby, the alleged bigamist who ap-
peared to he very slek when brought here
from CI I'aso, was plaeed In the men «
sect Ion of the lull this morning with tin
of the prisoners, lie never was -b k
nil ing to the statements of the attend-
ing physlelan. but was playing off.
Mrs. Mabel Kllleby of Norman, wife No
„, has not been In the city to see tilt
alleged bigamist nlnee her first trip her«
last Wednesday. At that time she stated
that alio would not desert her liiisb.-itid
until the charge* were proven true.
\K « OTH < I,ASH WITH
MKKCIIAM POl.Tt'K A(\IN
(ion l'ta.v Is
F«1 Coop, head of the menbant poliee
■ystein here, operated Independent Of I he
regular ayatein, was a rested last night,
nu a eharge of earrving a gun. The ea><-
waa continued In the elty eourt Hi la morn-
ing and will be tried tonight.
FARMER BOY VICTIM
Vict liaising It. A. Turnbow, farmer boj
from Mangum, a bunco steerer es, aped
with f:i In sliver after working at tin
Itoeb island depot early this woralng.
Turnbow, who Is about 20 years of age
was returning from Haileyville to hli
hontc. When at the depot here this morn-
ing a stranger sat down healde Iilm and
Htarteil a conversation. The young mnu
told him he was going to Mangum, where-
upon the at ranger said, "Why I am golm
to i Hilton." The strang! r then dl)«-oveiet
trio bo had- fad, I io i„vk s.une all B 4
bird cages' and asked the fanu'-r boy to
g„ with him while he did The stnta-
ger then said the company wus uskIih;
cxccmh charges. "And I haven t ai y
money" he mild. The farmer lio.v at oiien
loaned him n which was to be pnld
Im.-k on arrival at Clinton. Hut tl<«
stranger disappeared and all efforts to lo
,i,te hi in by the police dtave been to nc
..Keystone Tailors and Clothiirs..
Right in tho "neck" and right in
tho shoulder—good clothes
$10.00 to $35.00
131 West Main St., Oklahoma City
Now is the time to get acquainted with the many advantages, this store has to offer. We have
just received the largest assortment of Dressers, Iron lieds and such art.cles as you need, that has
ever been displayed in Oklahoma City
Genuine Feathers, all thoroughly
renovated and absolutely odorless—
beyond a doubt the best pillow on the
$12.50 up to
Received BRASS flni
Iron Beds, largo, m
$10. to $45
DRESSERS— (jfiHiinr ooMm Ort, fmi ,. . '
nulla, Frrnrh berel plaf mirror*, raew we worm (.M.r ana
be dupltcat'-.l el ewhcrc Tor tbe niom-j th.-> rang, from
$10.00 to $45.00
119 Main 8L
The Quality and Pric,. ;<r. ;t-«c
16 and 18 Main
Remember---Your Credit is Gj)otl Here
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