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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma WEATHER FORECAST. Indian Territory: Tonight Sunday, snow; much colder. Temperature. The big thermometer in front of the News oflk-e registered today as At 8 a. m.....................16 At 3 p. m.. 40 LOCAL NEWS Miss Alice Sanders is reported ill. The beat of roasts and at Joe Deckerts. 263 tf W. A. Chitwood is report- ed quite sick. Look over Mason's new stock of valentines. 285 -it J. C. Head of Francis is send ing News to John Jolmson, Noah, I. T. Albatross and White Falcon flour, best on earth, at Walsiu's. 270-tf R. M. Roddie will leave in the morning lor Muskogee and other points north. -See P. K. Smith for up-to-now photo work. 152-tf L. Qtiimby, of Des Moines, Iowa, a bioiher-in-law of K. L. Wokjdhouse, is in the city. Dr. O. M. Bisant, dentist, lo- cated in Conn-Little building, phone No. 185. 278-tf Mrs. J. M. Henley, of Paris, Texas, mother of M. Hemey is ex pee ted here today for H visit. Shoes bought of Chapman will keep your feet is the doctor says causes consider- able sickness. 283-3t Bar I Killingvworth, of Stone- wall, has recovered from his ill- ness and is visiting relatives in Ada today. The t icest valentines in town Tsrili be found at Clark's drug store. 284-4t Mrs. A. A. Armstrong arrived today from Greenville, Teaas, where she has been visiting rela- tives since Christmas. One trial of Dittmaa's shoes jnakes an everlasting friend. If .you have never tried a pair, ask jrour friend and they will tell .you the same. Sold by 277-tf I- UarrK watch Owner can have same by calling at this office, proving property, paying for this notice. Syfi-tf There are many that sell shoes' but none the quality, the strength and the price of Ditf man's shoes. Every pair war- ranted or a new piir instead. Sold by I- Harris. z77-if U. (T. VVinn has purchased the Hattielo stock of groceries and it is reported will move it to Stone- wall. They are ready for inspection. Chitwood, the tailor, next door to postoffice. 286-2t ORDER ..Prices Cash.. 3 Cans Corn..........25 3 Tomatoes......25 3 Van Pork nnd Beans..........25 3 Cans Early June Peas 25 3 Chilli concarne, 25 3 IHackberries-----25 3 String Beans... f5 8 Pumpkin.......25 3 Hominy........25 3 Salmon........25 1 Box Dr Price's food, 10 R. S. TOBIN. Harris Hotel Block, People OTOOOOOOO LEARNING oooooooooocoo That the place to buy Is from the exclusive grocer. We make the grocery business our whole study vand Judg- ing from the way Our Trade is INCREASING. We believe that we have been at lea-t partially successful in our efforts to please. We stand behind the quality Of Our Goods and guarantee satisfac- tion. Give us a trial. Yours for business Jones Walsh has a new stock of rub- bers, all sizes. 2S4-2t. Mrs. Pete Rollow is in Stone- wall. Handsome valentines at Clark's. '284 4t J. P. Bowers is in Roff and Hickory today. Chapman is not knocking against the doctors, but he is pushing his non-wet-feet He got them. 283 at C. W. Edsall of Parkell transacting business in town. Wear Dittman's shoes, the standard of merit for over half a century, sold by 1. Harris. 277-tf H, C. and F. H. Wells, of Chi- cago, are in the city pi ospi cting- White g apes can be bought at the E Confectionery for tne next few days at per pound 286 tf. Mrs. Patterson is in the city in the interest of a circulating library. Dr. O, M. Bisant, dentist, IOCK- ted in Conn-Little building, phone No. 185. 278-tf Mrs. Wm. Wibon of near Fran- cis is visiting her daughters, Ollie Villa, today. The newest designs in vilen tines at Mason's. 2H5 4t Arthur Carlton, age 20, and Bflle Jones, age 17, both of Ada, were granted a marriage license. Pure kettle rendered lard, 50 pound can at gro- cery. 288-St The Misses Ruth and Lucy Taylor are visiting friend long us they at 12 l-2c par pound. Elite Confectionery 286 tf Joe Deckert is having a battle with the mumps. Mis friends vow he has the big head, some thing which Joe has never been accused of before. Oranges, nuts and fine candie- wili be sold at greatly reduced prices jut-t to move prices ulong. Elite Confectionery. 28H tf Take a peep at the latest things put Chit- wood, the tailor, next door to postoffice. 2t Therepor that W. W. Sledge lias sold his interest iiV the linn ber yard, is a mistake. The gen- tleman is still connected with the yard and C'm bo found itt his desk ;ic any time. J. W. Sorihner, partner of Sol will arrive m the city ahoui next Wednesday. The store, however will be opened Mondxv with a new stock of groceries throughout. Sheriff Pill Grace, of Potawa- tmnie county, Okhv, was in the city today fur a few hours, en- route to Corner, where he ex- pects to take in custody the par- ties who wounded John Colonian some few days ago. The ladies of iho C. P Aid will give a Valentine social at the evidence of M rs. Roarh, on Townaend and 16th. street, day night, February 14. Hoi tamales, oikn and coffee will be served. Tamales 10c per dozen, ake and coffee 10c. Enrh one present will receive a Valentine Everybody invited. 285 3t J. K. Brandt, an old friend of Chas. A. Powers ia in the city from Greenville, Texas. Mr Brandt was an early settler of Kansas and served on tl e first council of Wichita, Wich- ita was then the terminal of the Santa Fe and was a lypienl wild went town, its principal resources being cowboys and dance halls, while the country teeuied with buffalo. The two gentlemen npfnt several hours talking over old times and compaiing notes. f I. Harris' J il Grand Clearance Sale Our Entire Balance of heavy weight goods. Clothing, Underwear, Heavy Caps, Etc. must be cleaned out to make room for our NEW SPRING GOO D.S It has alwa.t s been our motto never to curry woods over from season to another. We had rather make sacri tieing prices in order to push the goods cvit, than have them carried to another season. Come Now, Don't Wait Our prices on Suite or Oven-oats are by far the lowest to tiny of the NO called closing out sales or I. Methodist Church. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. end 7 30 p. tu. by the Jr at 3 p. m. Sr. League at p. m Everybody invited to attend these services. SUMMER NORMAL Ada Apparently Has Lead in Se curing This Event. IN THESE DAYS Of mercilcHd competition man und woman are upt to forpet just where to buy thoir gro- ecries. Just to reminil them that we are in business, here ikre a few us gentle reminders: Wigwam flour, PIT wk ..81.35 The best keroneno per gal. .30 Oood coffee, 8 Ibn.......81 00 II 3-pound cans tomatoes., .25 3 cans KOOU 4 cans Kaftle lye...........35 4 packages Arm HunmuT soda.......................25 300 Pairs at Cost. We Want your produce and will pay highest tuurjut price for Mimu. to KvoniiiK Nows. The Summer Normal commit- tee, which was in session Friday and Saturday at Uavia, is dead- locked us to the city where this summer's school will be held. Several towns were apulicants for the honor of ontert lining this of trainers, among them being; Wynne wood, Ard more, Ada and Davis. Saturday morning the com mittee codvtmod. Ard more had a ntrong delegation present. Prop oHitions from each town were con sidered and at 12 o'clock a ballot was taken us follows: Ardmore 1; Wynnewootl 1; Ada 1; and Davis 1. The contest narrowed down to Ada and Ardmore, with Ada ntly in the lead. The com- mittee may not be to agree at this time on account of the warm competition of the two towns, but in the event tney can not agree the matter will be de- ferred until the Association meeting at Wynnewood, February 24-25. Duncan Henderson, Harrison's old, stand, Ada, I. T. John Coleman Dead, John Coleman, who was wounded some dn.vs ago at the Corner while acting as a peace maker, died Friday night at 8 o'clock. The remains will be interred ia the Ada cemetery Sunday. M. MOH1US. J UUUNKE H. WKt-T MORRIS-BRUNER RFALTY CO Hny, Hell, Root and NHtioiml Bid's, ADA INU. TKK HENRY M. FUR.MAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Will do a uen-ral Civil und Criminal Practice. Office in Omci1' Hn'M-ntr. Will Arrive Sunday. Tlie federal BUthoritien are pre irmtf to take charge of seven been prisoners who will arrive from Ardmore Sunday. Cumberland years aga nvmth, in Dixon Cn Tena tht Cumberland Presbyterian church wa- organized. Appropriate vices, comnn'tuorating this even will be held at the Cumberland Presbyterian church Sunday 1 1 o'clock. Every body cordially invited. Progam XXth Century Club Roll call from Russian note book. KuNwian Homes and Home Li Mrs. YeHger- The Coswack's Lullaby Mrs. Snead. History Les on. Chapter X Lender Mrs Beard. M i W. W. If you want to save money on a buggy fee Geo. A. Harrison He handle- the celebrated Pontiac and there is nothing better made w-40 tf A NARROWLY AVERTED BLAZE Home of I. Harris Escapes Burning By Heroic Work. What narrowly became a dia blaze occurred at liome of I Harris Friday night, and which wax only extinguished by heroic und presence of mind of Mr. Harris ard a pro- fessional nurse, wh attend- ing Mrs, Harris, w'.io was ill. In some manner u lighted la tip ignited a lace curtain in the sick room at the time the nurse bad stopped into tin adjoining room, und upon her return the whole nide of tlia room seemed as if ablaze. Her aw ika Mr. Harris, who at once tore the blazing curtains from their fast and the mattress tmd covering- from the bed which had alto caught, and by hard work the fire was smothered out Tn extinguishing blaze Mr. Harris had both hands and both badly burned und blistered, while the nurse WHS severely burne I on the hands. The house WHH filled with smoke and all the occupants are suffering today from the n phi's experience. Shower Baths. The Haney building next to Clark's dr-ug store, occupied by Lowden Shirley, is now fitted up wUh ail kinds of baths. The shower bath-, however, are at- tiacting tne most attention, al though tubs all over the house are offered frto to customers, who buy a package of soda. The why fore of this ia the old roof is like a sieve and water is pouring into the room in a score of places and it keeps the force of clerks hopping around to get sela to accommodate fresh out- breaks. THE CUT OF SEWING I w We Will Give Away. WANTS FOB four room house 271-tf J. F. McKeel. FOR office rooms in Conn-Little building. Call on L. J. Little. 282-tf m Whit You Afford. onaot to 4o withoat Dr. Btweht Bjrmp Im the boom if any yonr tamily hare a tendency, or if or broneliial ore frequent ris ton. Qfrmnn 8rrap it a and ralia bia remedy for noniamplioo and thing nn earth for the throat and It will promptly cheek eokis and it an infallible remedy foreronp. German Syrup will keep the chil- dren heal thf. Trial At Clark Drai Y0ur Taxes Are Due. Notice is hereby given that all taxes assessed by the city of Ada are now due find the undersigned asks that all persons to call at the office and make settle- ment The rate is 2 per cent divided as follows: General fund, 4 1-2. Sinking fund, 6 1 2. School fund, 9 After the day of February, fchft legal penalty for non paynipnt of 16 per cent, will be added to nil taxes unpaid at that time. Come in and avoid penalty. Vou will find the collector at the office of the A1 ft Lumber Co. G. P. Johnson, ITS lOt City Tux Collector. PLUMBING Whi'n you wiint ostiinati's on your plumbing fixtures, buth tubx, iioilers, Uiteht'n sin Us, basins, rubber iinil cotton lioso, see, W. S. NELSON, TUB PLUMHKK, Next door to Carney's Livery litivn. Ho wilt gfivo you the ..Lowest Estimates.. MONEY TO LOAN. Long time loans made on improved business and residence prop- erty with optional payments. Also farm loans on surplus of in- termarried citizens. We write Fire In- surance in old line companies and make abstracts of title. BRALEY EBEY, Rtar Cltlztiu National Bank. Shaw's I Nickel Store Snail Profits Qmek Sites Cask In this :ssue I want to talk to yon about Cundy. I have arrnngfd to rep re.-cnt one of the largest of candy in the country This candy is all made and shipped from New York City. It is the very pur est of goods and the h eat quality of ctndy pos- sible to obtain on the market, and is guaran- teed in every particular. firm makes candy in such large quantities they are able to sell for the price they do. Fine Chocolates and lion i Sons to at 5 cents per Quarter Pound. 5c Pound Chocolate Yum Yum Coffee Wafers Macaroons Pecan Nnte Almonds Greenable Walnuts. Chocola e Chips. The following kinds to sell at 15 cento per pound, and for a special this week 2 pounds for 25 cento 2 Pound 25c Butter Scotch Cream Lumps Victoria Cream Choco- lates. Lemon Drops. Jelly Strawberry. Beans. G wspberries. Cream Dates. 'oanut. Dandier. Burnt Ntito. Horehnund Tablets. Butter Scotch Star Light Maploines. W AN TIT V, and u reason- able price are the distinguishing point of the "Red Band" Brand Candies to be found at only one place in Ada. ste Nickel Store, S. M. Shaw, Prop Phone 77. Broadway, 3 doors North of Post Office. iEW'SPAFERt
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