Bartlesville Daily News. And Bartlesville Daily Pointer. (Bartlesville, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 260, Ed. 1 Friday, June 1, 1906 Page: 4 of 4
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BARTLESVILLE DAILY NEWS.
Late no\cities, Mens Wide Windor lies
Something New in kumchuiula's,
Polka l)V>ts\ Queens Grey, White
Silk, Silk Grenadines, l.ace Ties,
and Black Silks.
BETTS- OF COURSE |
IMF. ftOftktNQ MAN’S FRIEND 0
M. A. JACKSON. 6
ALBKk I MULING, Salesmen V
Neil Door Last China* Bank. ^
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Items of Interest Oaihercd lty the Dally News Reprentativra I r»m
Townsmen and Stranger. Compiled lor our Reader*
I!looincr twirls will play ball in
tins city Jun : 10th with the
Eatrles base ball team.
Commissioners' cbtirt convenes
in this city next Monday morn-
Frank Cooley, ol Parsons,
Kans.. is employed by the Lad-
erer-Baird.Clothing Co., of this
Attorney L. A. M iwland has
gone to Camden. Ark., for a vis-
it with home folks.
Rev. J. W. Bloyd, pastor ot
the t'hurch of God was a Coffey*
ville visitor yesterday.
You can immediately stop that
hemorage, pain and griping of
Flux and Diarrhoea with Brooks'
Mrs. II. J. Ilolm, son and
daughter have gone to Enid,
OUa., for a visit with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L Whaley,
left yesterday for Miami, I. T.,
where they expect to make their
There is no better time than
BENTON'S TENT SHOW
H Cowboy's 6ir1.
Price 10 and 2(>c
Janies Lyons, ot st. Louis.
Mo., is a new man at the Star
Drug store. Tit* is n graduate
Brooks' bromodine cures h id-
aclie and fever, relieves pain,
gives rest and sleep.
The Methodist Evangelistic
services will continue over the
Sabbath. Evangel it Daniels
condui ts tlie meetings each even*
irigandon Sabbath mornimg and
M. N. Powkks. Pastor.
Spaidtk Halt buys and sells
• everything. Corner Second atreet
j and Keeler avenue.
The heavy down pour oi rain
in this vicinity last night was
g ucral oxer eastern Kansas and
Independence and Bartlesville
will cross bats at Athletic park
in this City tomorow, Sunday
Infants and children get fat on
Brooks' baby bowel balui. for
teething, diar. etc.
Mrs Barnsdale who has been ill
for several days is reported as im-
proving this evening.
Prof. D. K. NeVille, the drug
less healer will arrive this even-
ing Irom Colfeyville. He wil
l»e at the Almeda Saturday am
Qn account of the heavy rain
last night the Fraternal Aid diet
not have the anticipated dance at
the Pennsylvania hotel.
Guthrie will remain the capita
Oklahoma for nine years if the
decision of the conferees on the
statehood bill is approved by the
senate and house. Final agree
ment on this p lint was reached
this morning. No progress lias
been made in the contention reg
arding the statehood of New
Mexico and Arizona.
June 1st to September 30th,
we have on sale summer tourist
tickets to Cincinnati, Louisville
and Memphis, at low rate of
fare and one-fifth plus $2.50 for
the round trip. Final return
limit October 51st.
G. K. McKinuky Agent,
A. T. & S. F. and M. K. A T.
The following Bartlesville peo-
ple spent Decoration day in this
city: Frank Torquer, Fred Keel-
er, (>. G. Thayer, Mrs. Fannings,
Fred Miclialis, Mrs. Johns, Mrs.
Norman. J. F. Mcllhcny, F. B.
Harnett, W. S. Moreris, J. H.
Irwin, J. T. Reggs, Mr. and Mrs.
S. G. McGce.-Coffeyville Record
The Young Ladies Philatlr.a Brooks’ White
will give an ice cream and straw- Salve cures now-
ji J. G. Wiley Livery Bar\
I take this opportunity to notify my friends
t: and the publicgtfwrmlly that I have moved ml
♦ t ■ ' ttomj ra oa East Third Stl
ll *nd to inform t tm I apprecUU favors extendi
♦♦ and invite them to call at my new barn, or saim
♦♦ old Uhone 56.
i: J. E. WILEY
Brooks* Little Liver-Root Pills]
get at the root of the trouble and
root it out. 1 not grijK* or con-
stipate, but bring bile freely.
An agreement on the statehood
bill passed ujion the Foraker
amendment of a year ago has
practically been reached by the
conferees, and, according to infor-
mation coining from inside sourc-
es, a report will probably l»e
made today in both houses of con-
“Looking for a room” in the
“want ad way’’ is as simple as
An important realty deal was
consummated this morning
whereby W. H. Shepard of the
People's Gas company sold his
handsome residence at M2 Elm
street to L. T. Harned, a promi-
nent oil and gas promoter of Bar-
tlesville. The consideration was
$10,000. Mr. Harned will occupy
the residence in the near future.
William T. SidJ
Counselor at l.ai
'■ -I •-. I'-ta-Si j a Hi> .iim |||
Will practice in all Ten
ial and U. S. Court*.
Almeda I aiior si
Your Clothes Cleaned
Pressed While You
All work guaranti
Do vou know what ails the'
sallow pale-faced child? Six
doses of Brooks' Worm Killer
will show you.
Ail kinds of oak and retd hi
i - nee posts]
•to e wood always OH hand'
Call up 'phone 20'J when
have business or a news item!
the Daily Nkws.
President Roosevelt’s Memorial
day tribute to the meuiorv of
William McKinley was a hand-
some wreath of White carnations
and hydrangeas. The lloral piece
was taken to the tomb of the
martyer*-d president by Mrs. Mc-
berry social on the lawn of the
Baptist parsonage Saturday even-
ing. The best ice cream and home
made cakes will be served.
All of the deeds to town lots in
Pawhuska, which were sold at
public auction in January, have
now been returned from the inte-
now to try Brooks’ Chill Tonic pay for a window in the
and prevent malaria. ! church.
T lie public is cordialy invited rior department, with the approv
to come and help the young ladies ’ ' '
fT 1 r fill* O 1
<tloi the secretary, and citizens
of the town are now able to get
nmswl fiflno Ia iU aL 1-a_
D-t you patronize the Progressive Laundry? If uot. WHY NOTv
WY are pleasing many ami we can please you. Try it once
Carpets c.eaned to perfection Ail work delivered promptly
INDEPENDENCE LAUNDRY CO., tom g
A Cowboy’s Girl
AT THE BIG TENT
Prices lo and 20c
Edith Sutton, daughter of T.
J. Sutton, a farmer residing east
of Stotts, City, Mo., was instant-
ly killed this morning while
answering a call over the Farm-
It you are need of anythin
the job printing line, remeq
the Nkws ’phone is 20d.
Those intending to buill
wanting anything in the tad
line for other purposes will fil
to their interest to find out A
the new lumber yard of
Hanks, is doing. Yard lod
at Seventh street. When you .
lath, shingles, sand, lime, pla]
or a:iv other kind of building
terial, call on us, or Phone
S. F. IIaI
Nil dealers refund the mu
on Broo s' remedies if you dj
get satisfactory results.
HEMS FROM THE DEWEY WUHij
Mrs. J. E. Jones, of Bart!
Mu,u*1 T>1'-1)hjnelilw dur- Uher"parent Vr*
’ just Recieved
ing a severe electrical storm.
'1 he Missouri, Kansas A Tixa*
railway company has awarded
the contract forthe first j^>r♦ i«»r
of the work for reduction of
grades on tlie main line of the
system. This will cover the
forty-live miles of the line, ex
tending from Atoka,
the Red River.
I, T., to
?t ji titu*.
The finest assortment of rugs, art squares, matting
lineoleum and all kinds if iloor coverings that ev'er came
to tile Indian Territory Call and get our prices and be
Don t lorgetto see our Refrigerators before you buy. They
arc EEic best ice savers in town. ! ot plates, ovens and
all kinds of warm goods.
CHEER0KEE LUMBER C0~
YAWDS AT—BARTLESVILLE, OCHRLATA, OLW iV
AND COP\N, INDIAN TERRITORY
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Sunday June 171 li between
J Iola and Bartlesville. For the
| above occasion the Santa Fe have
j arranged a popular excursion to
leave Bartlesville at 7.15 a. in.
at the low rate of $1.50 forthe
| round trip. On return trip train
: will leave Iola at S. p. m. This
i will give parties a chance to \ is-
it Iola’s Electric park one of the
' most elegantly equipped amuse-
ment parks in the west. Among
its various amusement devices
are the following: Carousel, Cir-
cle Swing, llurdy Gurdy, Roller
Coaster, Laughing Gallery, Boat-
i ing Moving pictures, Electric
ISC Plaisance Theater, etc.
™ I G. R. McKixlky,
Agent A. T. & S. F.
S. C. Thomas.
1 ulsa no s , mer anouticesl
new Frisco depot to cost $25,
tliat Muskogee comes out vJ
the report that the M. K. &|
will build a $30,000 depot, li
Bartlesville’s turn next.
The new hotel recently ct
pleted will open for business
week. It is a very neat and v
arranged building with sixt
rooms and will be a great conv
ience to the people of Dewey <
those stoping here as lodg
accommodations are hard to <
■^re. The name will be the K
A party of young people fi
Bartlesville attenden the “tac
party at Dewey last night. T
reported a plesant time in mak
the trip and cheerfully paid tl
lines for coming with all tl
finery. Those in the party u
the Misses Gramore, DelL
Layman, Murry, Wallace :
Hitt: Messrs Ewart, Gilen
Kane and Hartley and Mr. j
Brooks' Favorite Female
scription cures women. S
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