Bartlesville Daily News. And Bartlesville Daily Pointer. (Bartlesville, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 232, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 8, 1906 Page: 1 of 4
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BARTLESVILLE DAILY NEWS.
AND BARTLESVILLE DAILY POINTER.
BARTLESVILLE, INI>. TER TUESDAY, MAY 8, IS*.
It’s Time for the Commercial Club, as the City’s Representative, to Get Active.
If you are in Doubt
Where to have an important prescrip-
tion filled, follow the example of those
who know by experience, lake it to
Week's drug store, here all prescrip-
tions are invariably compounded with
absolute accuracy Only pure drugs
are used; no substitution is ever allow-
ed. Physicians know this. Regular pa-
trons appreciate it.
WEEK’S DRUG STORE
East of Almeda Hotel on Second Street.
BADLY INJURED NEWS OF OIL FIELD
k A A
Real Estate Agents.
Tire, Tornado, Accident,
aiul Plate Cilass Insurance
Room No. 22, American liank Bnilbing.
Jin kentedv St nek m lop »f Heal Sj
Pica oi Timber Which Fcl From
Top of Derrick.
Tlii* morning at 10 o'clock, a
man drove into town as rapidly
as Ins horses could go, and bur*
riedly notified I)r. Wyatt that
his services were needed at the
Stokes lease, five miles north of
the city, where Jim Kennedy
was badly hurt.
The information gained regard
ing the accident from the man
who brought the message is, that
Jim Kennedy, of this city was at
work on the floor of a derrick
pulling a rod, when a piece of
timber fell from the top striking
Kennedy on the top of the head,
cutting a bad looking gash. He
did not know whether Kennedy
would be alive when the doctor
got there or not, as he was un-
conscious when he left hi
POOR PLUMBING like
mont other thin(f» on earth
come>i in for a "omiinn
when the bill has to be
(.aid- Serves you right if
y< ur plumbing i« bad,
whe'i you kuown about our
Vork. A i Plumbing is
oboaper than b"tch work.
That’s why wek do mil
work so exrtllVfftly. It’a
a bad habit to get plumb-
ing yisi d'lldt like (jet
ours. hV always gcod.
11 illl'J > . JllOi'" , A vi j
| Michaelis Lumber and Supply Company
Bartlesville, Ind. Ter.
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We have on hands at all times a full line of
■sTUDEBAKER VEHICLES FOR SALE.......
i A. R. HARRINGTON
Acting Under Provisions of the Curtis
Bill. Will Tike Until Friday to
e Complete the Work
The work of enrollment of
children of the Five Civilized
tribes that have not alredy been
enrolled has commenced. This is
under the provisions of the late
The work for the Cherokees
was begun yesterday morning at
the Opera house in this city. All
children born since September 1,
1%2, up to March 4, l^Oo, are
eligible to enrollt-ment.
It is estimated that it will take
until Friday evening of this week
to complete the work in Bartles-
ville and it will take from 30 to
bO day* to finislr. ■ The applica-
tions are sent to Muskogee to be
filed and from there they are sent
PURCHASES LARGE BUFFALO
A large buffalo bull was trans-
ferred from the “101” ranch for
the ranch of ‘.‘Pawnee Bill” near
Pawhee, during the week. The
animal is to interbreed
with the buffaloes in his herd.
The new arrival is but recently
from Montana. He refused to
leave the stockyards at Pawnee,
after l»eing unloaded from the car
and It was necessary to bring
the entire herd from the ranch
to the yards before the bull would
move. He then quickly joined
(Tie herd and trotted ' off Avlth
them toward the pastures.
(M General Interest to topic Linn*
in the Bartlesville Field and
The Adirondack Oil At Gas1
company commenced to spud in
No. 5 in the Dewey field today.
The Producers Torjiedo Co.,
shot well No. 2 of the National
Oil company in the Dewey field
Sunday, bringing in a good well.
The Producers will shoot a well
in the Copan field tomorrow and
one in Dewey field Thursday.
The Garfield oil report has the
right ring. It shows that the
beef trust report was an error of
the head rather than of the heart.
The American people will for-
give the Commissioner for the
botch he made of his first report
now, and will say well done, good
and faithful servant.—Chanute
Articles of incorporation of the
Collinsville Gas company has
been filed at the office of the Un-
ited States Recorder. The capi-
tal stock is $25,000, of which $12.-
000 has been paid in. The in-
corporators are Kobt. L. Henry,
J. H. Middleton and Frank Bu-
cher of 3artlesville.
Southern Oil Co. is building a
rig on the Cartnelita Flanagan
allotment and will drill it as soon
as possible. This is located 1000
feet east of anything yet drilled
in that pool. The test well drill-
ed by Roth Argued Maire Bros.,
on the Tyner land in section 7-
24-14 has developed a tremendous
gasser. This is located about a
mile south of the big gassers on
the Miller farm.—Ochelatan.
In addition to the large mort-
gage filed at Erie this week by
the Kansas Natural Gas compa-
ny, of $4,000,000 on April 12. the
Missouri, Kansas & Texas rail-
road company filed a mortgage
on its property tor $20,000,000.
Although the amount is much
greater than the sum of all the
Kansas Natural mortgages, yet
the instrument itself is much
shorter and will require much less
time for recording. The M. K.
& T. mortgage bears four and
one-half per cent interest.—Cha-
“We have been advertised so
long as a smoky city that I think
it is now time Kansas City should
have some advertising as a dean
city,” said J. J. Heim yea ter day,
as he directed attention to the
smokestacks of the city. “Oil
did it. It is worth remarking
that the people who for years
howled about smoke nuisances
are now about the only ones with
smoky stacks. They have waul-
ed a smoke inspector aoU now is
a tine time for them to get a job
on themselves. However, this
coal strike may have a lasting
effect in Kansas City, for if the
aldermen find out that we can
burn oil satisfactorily to* run our
power plants we may tie obliged
to keep on burning it in order to
avoid the smoke nuisance. Kan-
sas City can now rank as one gj
the smokeless cities of the coun-
try.”—K. C. Journal.
LOST ONE MON ONt.
In a 12 innning game Sunday,
the Parsons Preachers defeated
the Bartlesville Blues by’ a score
of b to 5. The game was a hotty
contested one, and a large crowd
witnessed it. .
In yesterdays game the Preach-
ers were not in it, and the fans
have cause for rejoicing as the
Bartlesville Blues had a walk
away, winning the game in IK
to 1 order.
This victory shows the boys can
play ball,and the expectation is
that they will deliver the goods.
Deputy United States Marshal
Mayginas. of Nowata, came over
this morning having in charge
George McDonald a.id J. H. Ra-
der, the two men charged with
recently having robbed a sVitc
at Copau. Kadei wa> today
wearing a suit of clothes which
the proprietor claims came out
of his store. They will have a
hearing before Judge Gillulv.
All the dwellings recently
erected in this city by S. F.
Hanks are rented and several of.
the apartments in the flats on
Jennings avenue in advance of
completion. Houses are in great
demand in Bartlesville and the
Judge Shea has returned from
Kansas where he went last week
on legal business.
Mrs. W. H. Whaley was. a visi-
tor at Ochelata yesterday.
Mrs. J. V. Delamete, yesterday
went to St. Johns, Kans., to at-
tend the funeral of her mother.
Wm. Johnstone, Prest.; R. J. RkkS, V, Pres.; R. L. Bkattik, Cash
The Bartlesville National Bunk. -
Designated by Interior Department as depository for Indian Moneys rathe/than^tace trial
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES TO RENT.
Marshal Kerr made several
arrests last evening. Two were
for tresspass on railroad property.
Both men were fined, one paying
and going free, while the other
languishes in the city jail. Two
men who were caught in compa-
ny with a lady of color, were
placed under arrest, and put up
bonds for appeafance today be-
fore Mayor Sidell, but flew the
town, taking the first train out,
Buy Dutchess Trousers, and get the best at lowest prices.
MASTER S CLOTHING CO *11?
MINS OUrriTTKNS rNOM HEAOTO FOOT £
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