Bartlesville Daily News. And Bartlesville Daily Pointer. (Bartlesville, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 253, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 24, 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,ard Oklahoma
and is building another refinery at Atchison, Kansas, and will have
ine from the Territory to the Cherryvale Refinery
Owning its own production it is independent of the trust. I his gives it a great advantage, lor
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. I he
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 affor < a safe investment. Stock now selling at 20c per share
‘Good things to eat.” I jokers get busy in aurora
We work day and
: Eyesight Defects
their correction my
ROOMS, ORERA HOUSE LUILDINO
Honeymoon Signs on House of Newly
The home of John McEvoy, the
merchants’ policeman, who was mar-
ried at Aurora, has been decorated
with a plentiful supply of placards by
his friends, says the Chicago Inter
Ocean. Street cars run right by the
door and the lettering on the signs
is so large that they can he read from • for?” inquired Henry.
Henry's father was a lieutenant in
the navy and frequently absent on
cruises of a year or more, therefore
the boy had not the privilege of a
very extended acquaintance with his
parent. When the selection of a
school for Henry was being made, It
was suggested that It might be well
to learn his father’s preferences.
"Aw, what do we want to ask him
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These—thnt open the doors of trade
and 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 so. We issue
money orders for any amount. These
can be used for payments of accounts
in any town or city of the United
States. These cost less than l’ost Of-
tic* or Express Money Orders nDd are
easier to trace if lost
On both fronts of the home are
posters tacked up so conspicuous that
no one passes without noticing them
and stopping to read them.
Some of the signs are:
"Ain’t it a shame John has to work
“No cold feet for John this winter.”
“Our folks said we were old enough
Two is company, but tnree is apt
to crowd. What?’’
"It is too good to be true.”
"Why didn’t we do this sooner.”
"I’ll be busy all next week. ’
Til be busy all next week."
"May all our troubles be little
A largo picture of a baby carriage
has Inscribed underneath:
Tacked on the window Is a sign
"Dear Friends: Please do not butt
In for quite a while.”
One card bears the following con-
“John.—Fanny, where Is my razor?
“Fanny—Why, John, dear, I am
ustng it for a potato knife.”
Pilgrimages have been made to the
corner from all parts of the city dur-
ing the day, and the street has seen
more pedestrians than at any previ-
ous time in its history.
New Use for Oklahoma Cement.
That the capabilities of Oklahoma's
cement deposits have never boon fully
reali7.ed is shown by the fact that two
Watonga girls, who sent away for
white slippers for a big ball, painted
up their old ones with cement when
the ones ordered failed to arrive In
time, and found the substitute very
"Why, my son, he is your father,'
said his mother reprovingly.
“He’s only my father by marriage,
replied Henry In scoru.—Llppincott’s '
He Deserved Spanking.
Mrs. John P. Newman, Bishop Ne*
man's widow, who proposijp-?<> found ,
a kindergarten in Jerusalem, has a |
great affection for children and a great
store of children's anecdotes.
Anent an embarrassing situation she
arid one day;
“This reminds me of a dinner that
a Denver woman gave during a Meth-
odist convention in her city.
“The dinner w as sumptuous. The
leading lights of the church and of the
state were there. A presiding elder, in
taking a drink of water, broke a glass
“The hostess began to assure the
Elder that the accident was of no con-
sequence, but her well-modified
\oiee was easily overpowered by the
loud shout of her little son:
” ‘Oh, mamma,’ he cried, ‘Its one
of the borrowed ones, fsnt It?’ ”
Phone No. 200 when you want
the Daily News.
"Rather a well-looking fellow to
have to hock his waich,” remarked
the pawnbroker's clerk. "Yes, hue this
explains it,” replied the pawnbroker,
who had been examining the time-
piece; “there’s a woman in the case.”
'Tis not what you eat, but what
you digest and assimilate, that
makes flesh and strength. Brooks’
Iron Peptol does it.
$50 (ki mm
The above reward will be paid,
by the Bartlesville Game andFish
Protection Association for evi-
dence that will lead to the convic-
tion of any person, or persons,
dynimiting any streams or lake
located in the Osage or Cherokee
Nation, within 20 miles of Bar-
A reward of £25.00 will also
be paid lor evidence that will con-
vict anv person or persons, taking
or killin g fish, or game,otherwise
unlawfully. Evidence/to be turn
ed to the U. S. Marshall at Bar
tlesville I. T., or to the President
or Sec. of the Association.
O. Dkum, Pres.
| Frank Baikd, Sec.
Don't forget when w»*$hing let-
ter heads, noteheads, statements,
envelopes, cards, or anyt hing in
the printing line that th - News
is in position to supply your
wants. Call up phone 200 ^id a
representative will call and :?ive
We have on hands at all times a full line of
STUDEBAKER VEHICLES FOR SALE.......
A. R. HARRINGTON
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Schell, H. P. Bartlesville Daily News. And Bartlesville Daily Pointer. (Bartlesville, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 253, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 24, 1906, newspaper, May 24, 1906; Bartlesville, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc952123/m1/3/: accessed December 13, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.