Bartlesville Daily News. And Bartlesville Daily Pointer. (Bartlesville, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 260, Ed. 1 Friday, June 1, 1906 Page: 3 of 4
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THE BARTLESVILLE DAILY NEWS
Has one of the nvjst productive oil fields in the Kansas field. Mas some of the finest oil lands
in Indian Territory. It has a refinery of its own in running order at Cherryvale and
Refined products Arc bcin^f sold oil over KnnsflS»iVlissoiiri»fincl Oklfihomfi
and is building another refinery at Atchison, Kansas, and will have
A Pipe Line from the Territory to the Cherryvale Refinery
Owning its own production it is independent of the trust. This gives it a great advantage, for
it is not affected by the price of crude oil. It is evident that an enterprise so fortunate as to
have its own production could not be discriminated against successfully by competitors. The
Uncle Sam company has made a field of its own and is filling it. Its position is one from which
it will not be driven and its stock affords a safe investment. Stock now selling at 20c per share
Address 1*. O. Box 935.
Try us, we will satisfy you.
THE A. T & S
their correction my
KOOM 8, OHtKA HOUSE bUILUINU
F mf Chickasaw Indian
These—that open the doors of trade
ami facilitate the transaction of busi-
ness at distant points. Don’t you want
to use them?
the first national bank
Will enable you to do §o. We issue
money orders for any amount. These
can be need for payments of accounts
in any t. wn or city of the United
Kt-t s These cost less than Post Of-
lioe or Kiprees vioney Orders and are
easier to trace if lost.
Supt. J. L. Barnes of this di-
vision is attending a time-card
meeting of officials at Topeka
this week. The Journal says:
Operating and traffic officials
of the Atchison, Topeka & San-
ta Fe system proper began their
semi-annual time-card sessions
in this city today for the purpose
of fixing up a new time schedule
of trains for the summer season.
It is probable that the time card
which will be fixed up will goin-
to effect on June 10 or 17. It is
understood that there will not be
many material changes in the ex-
isting schedule oc the passenger
trains. As already announced
the new time card will provide
for the running of the California
Limited of a daily schedule dur-
ing the summer season. Hereto-
fore this train has been run dur-
ing the summer twice a week but
the first class travel to California
this year is sq great that the de-
mand for this train has made it
necessary for the officials of the
road to run it on a daily schedule.
The Great Improvement of Mrs.
R. B. Willis Causes Hearty
“1 don’t care whether 1 Ret any ben
efit from the treatment or not, for I
have more than got the worth of my
money in the good you have done Mr*.
Willi*. When she began with you *he
could not stay jn the kitchen long
enough to look after things but now
she can do all the cooking herself.
Those hot Hashes don’t come on her
like they did and she is so much better
in other ways.”
These were the words of R. B Willis
at Madill when speaking of the Hne im-
provement his wife has made under
the treatment of D. K. NeVille.
R. B. Willia is so well known in the
Chickasaw nation as a man of superior
intelligence, integrity and iutiuence
Chat he needs no introduction to our
Prof. I). K. NeVille will be in
Bartlesville Saturday and Mon-
day at the Altneda hotel.
Nat I At* ratted.
"Well, la thera anything doing ta
politics down your way?” he asked ot
the old farmer In the seat beside him.
"No. nothing very much,” was the
"What do yon think of the naxt atata
"I don’t think." .
"Have any Idea who will be the next 1
"Will the member of coogreM from
your district run again?"
’Then you don't take much Interest
"Not a bit. All I know la that my ton
Bam waa elected to the legislature last
year and come home from the session
with (800 in cash In his pocket and
wouldn’t lend me |6 without a note and
a good Indorser. I haven't even asaed
him whether he sold out the gas com-
pany or the butter and milk trust.’’—
Read any ad in this paper,
and you will tind in it some bit
of information of use and value.
Read them all, and “get wise.”
Old papers for sale at the
News office at 10c per hundred.
FUNNY MUONS OF TH* TVFIS.
Phone No. 209 when you want
the Daily News.
An advertisement placed in the
News for anything, will find it.
Men of Brilliancy Seem Scarce.
German professors are supposed to
be as plentiful as strawberries in
June, but the University of Vienna
seems to be unable to find men
worthy of occupying some of Its
chairs, especially in the medical facul-
ty. The late Prof. Nothnagel’s place
has been offered to Prof. Kraus .who,
however, prefers to remain In Berlin,
and no medical instructor now in Aus-
tria seems to be considered big
enough for the place. The chair of
hygiene was vacated two years ago
by the departure of Prof. Gruber to
Munich. It has not been possible to
secure as his successor one of the
only four men considered sufficiently
eminent—Gruber, Rubner, Flugge and
Hueppe—wherefore the professorship
.vill probably be offered to s younger
•nan who has yet to make his
• eputatloa. _
THAT GOOD SHOW
In the tent opposite tire-house
Fhyalctan and Tenor Victims of
Typographical arrorta were being
"A typographical error,” eeld a
physician, "nearly caused ma once to
sue a Chicago paper for libel. 1 was
called to Chicago to consult on a
serious case. A number of reporters
were handling the case and one of
them wrote about me:
" The doctor felt the patient’s pulse
and then prescribed for him.’
"But the compositor made this
carmless sentence read:
"The doctor felt the patleint’a
purse, and then prescribed for him. ”
Win. W. Russell, the new minister
to Venexuela. laughed and said:
"A friend of mine is an operatlo
tenor. He once sang la ’Fanst’ In St.
Loula. The leading paper there gave
him a splendid notice; called him
a rara avia among tenors; said
he had delighted and entranced all
hearers: and then, getting the criti-
cism mixed up with n police case con-
"The verdict against the roan waa
unanimous. He was sentenced to
three years’ penal servitude. Thus
society will for some time be freed
from the Influence of* hit presence.'"
Sometimes a few lines of type
can sell it when a dozen sales-
men could not.
Rear Admiral Disfranchised.
Rear Admiral Yates Stirling, retired
who has taken up his abode in Balti-
more, was much surprised to find that
by the laws of Maryland he can not
vote. The law governing such matters
provides that a resident of the state
going to another state or country and
returning must give twelve months
notice before he can register. The
taw was enacted to bar officeholders
and ethers employed in Washington,
who formerly lived In Maryland, but
resided in Washington and only re-
tained their residence In Maryland foi •
| the purpose of voting.
Don’t forget when wishing let-
ter heads, noteheads, statements,
envelopes, cards, or anything in
the printing line that the News
is in position to supply your
wants. Call up phone 209 and a
representative will call and give
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Schell, H. P. Bartlesville Daily News. And Bartlesville Daily Pointer. (Bartlesville, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 260, Ed. 1 Friday, June 1, 1906, newspaper, June 1, 1906; Bartlesville, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc950795/m1/3/: accessed November 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.