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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                >iVK> nil-; wi.in.i-; i 'I'llK NEWS UKLIVKRUL) AT FKh U KICK DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY VOLUME 1 ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY. FRIDAY EVENING, JAN. 6, 1905, NUMBER 255 Mocje! Bakery... a A i hiiiir ;.''ood loi-at on at tic Mo.iel I'-al.ei M .'Mil. ate.. oi, ki J. A. ISLINGKR, Pro '1. If You Want All the ets of I i f e V'! eiM not atl'erd to ovi-, ioi 1; ciiir (i n e CI.AIIK DRUG COMPANY. FAIRLY BEFORE SENATE ARDMORE MAN SHOT. Washington, Jan. 6. -The joint hill ae'ain Thursday occupied tiie major port! in of the utenfion of S, j Ex Confederates Fatally Injured On IVIain S'rcet. I. T., Ja.il --.Short.- XeKon completed his speech in of it Ordinance No. 8 I. An Ordinance Kelntihtr to the Water Service of the Ineoipo rated Town of Ada and 1're- and tions the In- troductioi Supply and Consumption of it, hy the TVvn town of Ada: only upon the written order of the Kccordor. SECTION 9. Any pWson desir- ing IK tako water from city shall irwke application therefor in writing on prepared at iheolnVoof the rteeorder, and s.tid applicant .shall Kinto 1'uily and truly in his application all purposes i'wr water to usi-d, -ind no different or addi tional use shall be made, except 1. That it. shall ho to and ron-enft of ihe Recorder. of the liecordei "v-...... llluj HI The applicant, at support ot it. Arilmo'e, I. T., Ja.n (5. revenues accruing to i in-. Town of ''H' Iiimi! making application to In the course of his ly a Her o'cioo'c I'lrars.l ly eve-, Ada on a u t, if mtrod m- '1O water, shall pay .VI r. Nelsoa was inier, ou'a'.-d a ih jr DH.V d a n r! on 'C) of EL-lit of Sona'.ors, a-iiony thi.-m r iieai, of A'dnoe. w.-is '.ln u'i''' ".ts ki'i.-l I .v tii'.'O. i.oth tak i! ONE FOURTH OFF! Mr. F.naker. calh-d it I >'n t ion to i hi' M-uvi -r. oi i h-1 "'54'anic act oi T id 14 its con 1 iuuanee as oilier ent-1 the chin. I'j i lier w, il is ,i Mr, Nelson that whil I sh'oino- o, ciirrol on Mexico and A iy.oaa cover an I ;inl caused niU'h end. d ana, th'- MH-IIOII s after 'i.'iny; .shr.i i.e.-n bulwark in .level ip.ii, 11; I-1a and Ml ui I he s c.ewaii; and li'iio lo oe uWHC_C 'o Ml from Jo.- I last i ill's p'ace. i i ho lac'-, of in- i t u i le did n t h ,h-e.'a--oil was about (i j as MIS ,y Mr j y. -a rs -f Ih' a l he 'terw n ks or 'ml to p-n fie same over to th. lYo-a-iiirc ,t i Ins receipt th-iv i-ue I und- 1'i-c. fyr ueioi to a ii-r accoii nt. SKIM-ION- [r shall i o! i he lie.-order to K-ecp 11 a s of llit; Water ns-'s of tapping and lay r to he sit- aving a p pe to curb or property line, a in 1 f prope1 ty be nor, -iinali'd taO-'l snid sijin shall paid for lapping and l.-iyuiif pipe feet SKCTIOX 11. If any applicant l alse c >Miiis of ail of i li" j'" ii-i'l'lie-ition, or slvdl make D.'pa- i hi-, accounts and l" ni-ule linings and of ah mati-ri .1-. tit in-'s, for 'he use of water j u a-ioa ra u- an I a poli inLci.t, n an-v ot.liur niaiiii.-r or fop any FOK TUI-: >N i-: Ft iri'ii i >x IU'ITAKS. M AN pi AM) AcounFANs CO.MI-; AND VOl'K C'lh )li I ans cr i hi- 'ar land n I a Hi as an ex-con I rder.-i! M r. I'Yasor (in C. J. WARP.EN F.; y o n y i r i i om O in -clo i- i I'di.t. .f t I h s i h'- am: Mint- ufad oi and all i'o'inis and lin n ii-p Vi.s a 1) i a.m-n (f, vlmll >.ii vi'-, m_ tlrif oriv! Ofli-er- I-'. lyst.'r I at v o! li t is o, "r us- water for any hour. --JD.MM.. of i'M also an ,-.x .so'di-r. in -v o-.l-r lo t.h.- '-t named i n h ;s .1 V M i h-nl. of th" U'atorwoiks to ta p i K''''u "''''Jl lol'thwith  se ihe O PAUL W. ALLI-iN, Livery Stable. K urci; i !J: Mo srs i'l in i Xcis, -n co' r i Juclgu 'ii" tr.-i-ed.v coi, j i c o prop, -n v of any jiuined oil, and assess damages poc'iv" civisnim-i-, (ii iteih "Ul'h Hppli'ant in a sUii) npo.i a .-I root a i-iain. il "'hat his rent wouid ivive i ll'irx- l-'urnian, we! I t hen to l a p and lay tho p, rn 'r 'he ex-ra U-O or of (i.-.'ate, asking i r ..Mo, .jc.v i I'i'ui) hut sM.'ii i 'v period during I writ on -hall not be i- >u-il ra use orwa.-te Hie oi o -.-s of ii vs cst. op.'prd aniii iln- p, o-p.-c j ve us.'r sin i Lv have existed. The water ind A r.x.iina ar., i i i u oi, '-v "lli "i Ad: todn.1. Mr.! made application: !'iirniiii: is oi; h.-r.-ior, K-corder. o-i O Allen ILive Da i ams to i hei r u n i ,u ''u.ain-in.-l iha: j-in: t ,o i i -V v'ln'' 'i -d for iv, t. pm-p is al'-.- Iv p-ii-li.-iilarlv wed Kiio.M. nd id aM c ia ee> tor same l'Uid oe ii.-sl lor ah th j in.I has- a l-i i eon.-i lidi-d v. cut in I i IV'L h.- tu rm-d on until a eharye of one ia r g-M-i'a i 'or on J-hilll av.- I i.-.-n pai I t.) ttie liecorder. per-on. ah th' p.-oph- jin-lhiisa la eh.-ira'-re in thi- a ic 11 ion s'atc- >Kr i: -1 p m and th" dis! I'ici. He d n rn i. i 'u''y the p.- ene.s.-s to sup: -he i j .wa'er I'roai the Town of lo ox, e.ilive s s lA'-cmore at .vie-' an I his -A i i, wa'e'r, an for wnai -'-I !lt a" ''easonahU- houi hi w iil.i-a '-y h e. a f er wlceh he did .v :s -neii t wa -r is o 'KM a p.'ri n teiuhui t or any 811Q SfO I'iEljJ f H-M S. C Blacks fi W 'I P -J n 4-j. J s, i. 2 l' h !i eon t inn- ais S i d a ppil.-a ion -h-i i n' Ada. i ot- i h.isis; i' i he r.'ii t charge. M- of SI.X.TIOV.I. 1. l inoi ii o i r.-ao ,j-. !a -v i i l.-i i .v) to ii i- t oa :uoiis el luil t 'i 'ud -e l''nrnian, also Imatc; on order t. Sa. i n t ....d.-et I'l 'I'" a ler io in m i h sure ihe ,-H.v of A !a I on !'or an; wh.Mii inon c. MUSS du i -I .V I'h il I'sd l v viii ,'tl t i'' e 11 i e a p o p 11 1 a.n, r I i i h. v ai-- i; U i in li i I' n I ihe 1' i i' l l. -11 i a i Attorney Fur Rtn-k hd.iiid. aoiMas K. -.ppoini. ..-'as of the Town Ada touuter Jiis- iiroinises or t) vxamine pip' s or tixiures and to ascertain for which water is H-ed Xo phimher or o her p.a -oil. exc-pt the Super- ii.teiHieat of tin- be to tap any on-qinrter in Le i I i i i ht; t in' d ut.y ,i 14. No plninxM- shull -arh, or lixtuiv wlri'ever fir 1 lie us..of the order of liecorder. No p, iruoer or otaer person, ex- c .pt tin.1 of the terworks, shall turn on or off the water at the street cocks The Lycee I Illis or n i ti I i -h-iil he hi'y ioi i ,e easu ]-i-f o receive from ih 1! i.-r Inn.U en ri of ;0t he to i n ,ai ace SJIU. ol st le1 ei; I 'epa n m. av and to n, j Ki'i'p a i ra ace tint t hei eof. i a iici. in, MI f. lows: ONKuf nil-: A ATTRACTION The Sensational Four Act Cornscty, c xecii' i ve r xh'i 11 in in n I'M-- id en of the "es. j -u .er n xiu re- ii, MeAiester, I. T. M r. j t n u :enl i f ili -ient'. .wr.t.T will be cut Oil WllliOUt i i i' i i not lee. i ma n a r n i. d lion t. Irc.e.'o lie e ;-i> ol i h at (M- -hah h >ld Ins Tan rs.iav morning, a ad w i i I ta k, f al'ler paying opera', i -out, a lei m of yea rs, eha o' his olli -it. once. "Dewa on Uio F.inn." ,-nt ,-l lo I Six'rioN 10. lents will itf expense, from tune to quarierl.ym l on the :irM. nav ol Jan- ih' i J ul.V and at i he oilico ol Ke.-order; if not wo ks. to a Pro ni ,-d hy 0 notice, and will not be turned on aj.iiu um il all back rents are person '.e cli Timi'-.l; KLl'XJANT SI'I-K'IAL .SCKNKRY P p' h is sei ved as Pn-si- .v''1 1 0! wa- no! io a work, aiul t n ru i h.' wa'- r on and I in-, im...- oi >SK i Tl ON 17. in ease two or HIGH CLASS SPECIALTIES BETWEEN ACTS, POPULAR PRICES, 15, 25 and 35 Cents; Seats on Sale at Clark's Store. ti "as lull of off under the writh-n -r anv sneei-ssim 1US i-.'-'s. j the Keeord.-r, and trom lime 1 that which capMir-d the crowded iinu-, andas often as ll. u ll1.1 u-Llt'1: n by th" council he lt eitn.-r of iho par- Mies sb-id hail to pay the water Will Ask Kaookors to 1 I hoaia 'i tv, Ok .1 an. ti I I'1' I'ac..1 of ihe fact tna.1 a -iiiiilcs atohood di-li-ti-aii m iij4'ion Saturday afier THE TAILOR, JOB UP-TO-DATE received from I't-nirs ex I ..raft; Coayres.s, How 111 "Wire f'iend.s to re- (jip-s, ('olorado. a.nd Arktin- Kvor.v pei son eonneet.-d j inspect t lie s st, an and the Wllh ihe play seemed especially set a t. each place wi.ei'O Wilier Ids or li pie i-u-re I i ne cvenin t he same emu .an v will n, and perfoi-m stirh oMi'ci iln- Mayor, or on ihe sensai ional lour act have received a ,ove This writt-.'a order from the nil note on tne theruol' dah) of his eo'iipliane promises io be one of the host h i he sera's, ami K is safe l'> sa.v the h aise will noi, hold the us si-a.ts eagerly wore put on su prolmbly bo taken in throe day." .your patronage. Ihinciin IJeisiieison e.arry n I'u 11 line.ii' fresh staple iri'oi'eries. i I'he.v con rtoons to i li.'ir cus lomers and would hkoashareol' (it tlieicwMi. it, Mnd ro-uni it to the liecordor, 10 be b.y him lili'd iii'd ed. 8, The Sup'villtOiid e.nt of tne Waterworks alone shall tap the mains, lay pipes and connect and lit the necessary cocks and e eoll's, from the main to i ho cu rb b'.' property line, but i his duty shall bo piii-1'orun.'d t'i'iit, when due. or to comply with any oi t in. provis oas of Mds or- dinance tin- water shall be mrned olf imi.il Uio rents and penalties are pud, or unMl i.lie p ovi-inns inaiK'e art' .strictly are pud, or unMl ol (hi orlinaiK' cbaipliol 18. Water rents, once paid, will not tie refunded under nny but if for any ca.ise the town of Ada shall f-ul to furni-h water, at'.or .'o days notiie to thrt sueii I.-M. rent 1'. ilus next shall he rcvliie.od by the amount not e-irnod from iho tiim: notiec (Coiitiuued on Pago 4) iNEWSPA'FERr iNEWSPA'FERr   

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