Bartlesville Daily News. And Bartlesville Daily Pointer. (Bartlesville, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 186, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 13, 1906 Page: 3 of 4
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THE BARTLESVILLE DAILY NEWS
Has one of the most productive oil fields in the Kansas field. Has some of the finest oil lands
in Indian Territory. It has a refinery of Its own in running order at Cherryvale and
Refined products are being sold all over Kansas,Missouri,a i d Oklahoma
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 off the trust. 1 his 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 compauy has made a field of its own andjs 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
“At Your Service,”
you'll ttnd us ready lo respond to that
call lor collection of laundry Equally
ai prompt w ill we be found on delivery
Prompt Qaundry Deliver}/
i« as good a card, a* our superior work.
Ciood work and prompt delivery and
collection of the laundry, in the reason
our customers stay by u* Then again
our charges are no higher.
YtliPYACBTO BlIV YOUR
Qas and Elec-
and have your Electrical
Construction and Repair
work done is at the
It is told that a woman on a
windy day had hard work keeping
her hat on her head, and used
Iroth hands to hold it on. letting
her skirts fly.
“Madam" said a man of honor,
your skirts are above your knees."
“I don't care it the)* are," said
the woman, keeping both hands
on her hat. I've had those legs
forty years and the wind has nev-
er blowed them away yet, but 11
just bought this hat for SI* and
I don't intend to lose it."
Low rates of $25.00 to points
in California, dates of sale. Feb.,
15th, to April, 7th. For further
information see A. T. & S. h .
and M. K. A T. agent. <i. R. Mc-
’ Supply Co.
PRICES RHitl T
Phone 216 Second st*
Lost—March 12 1900, between
mv residence and First National
bank check of $410 drawn by the
Cudahy Oil Co., on Chicago bank !
and check of $200 drawn by Kidd
A Bail)* on Commercial bank of
Independence, both payable to
M. E. Charvoz. Finder please
leave at this office and receive re-
Once tried always used, is
Brooks' Little Liver-Root Pills.
Maliaral antidote. Poind gr.pe
Good Meals for
Our Dining Stations afe owned
and operated by the Company.
This assures uniform quality and
service. The meals are nominal
in price 50c.; and a little better
than any meal you ever got for
the money. They have satisfied
others—we know they will satissy
If there in any information you would
like, abo"t a prospective trip, write me
I’ll gladlv give you the information
and if poaain’e have my representa-
tive call on you and personally assist
you in every way. Think of my [offer
when next you have occasion to travel.
W. S. St George
General Passer ger and Ticket Agent.
Wainwright Bldg St. Lou a. Mo
Ticket are on sale.evcry where, via
M itouri, Kanaar Jr Taxas Railway
Devoted to the upbuild-
of Bartlesville and the
25c per month delivered
by carrier, in advance.
10c per week, delivered
D. L. OWSLEY
Fire, Tornado and
Rqurpm Qnl\ Old Lire fhurpany
F ITS GOOD, not only
Advertises his business,
but proves satisfactory
That is the only kind we produce. We
employ only skilled workmen, have the late
improved machinerv, modern faces in type,
and use the best stock. All of which is
essential to first class
We are desirous of acquainting you with
this fact as soon as possible, and would ap-
preciate a trial order, knowing we can
please you, and in the future will p.t least
have our share of your patronage.
Awaiting your pleasure, we arc,
Yours for Business,
m BARTLESVILLE DAILY MWS.
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Schell, H. P. Bartlesville Daily News. And Bartlesville Daily Pointer. (Bartlesville, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 186, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 13, 1906, newspaper, March 13, 1906; Bartlesville, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc950885/m1/3/: accessed September 26, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.