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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                WEATHER FORECAST. ludinu Territory: Tonight ;mJ Wednesday fail-. Temperature. The big theruiometei in ttoivt of the office registered toduy us follows: At S a m 52 At a p. m.. IH) LOCAL Mrs McClintick returned to her home at Uoft. !S. K. of the hotel, lias recovered troin his Neck free at the City Barber shop J. M. is deriving in the W. C. Hollow store. B. H. Epperson left this morn- Ing for Weleetka and Muskogee. Dr. O. M. Bisant, dentist, lo- cated in Conn Little building, No 185 -278-tf Miss 1'r.wi, u sistei ol C. K. Dustin, is here visiting. Kddlomun left this morn- ing for a visit to his sister at .Sherman, Texas. Albatross and White Falcon flour, best on earth, at Walsh's. 270-tf Chas. Charlton. of (.'enter, was in Ada S. M. Torbett and daugh- ters returned Mond'ij evening from a visit to Ardmore Order youi t ousts tiiid steaks At Joe Deckerts He knows what good meat is. Mrs. S. 1. Tobias- went to Okla fnomn City Monday evening. M. Browning, of Mill Cieek, Sunday with friends in Ada O, M. Bisant. dentist, Ipeu- Jte d in Conn-Ijittle building, No 27N tf I Fresh Stock Best Quality; We are ever on the look- out for the of our customers both in price and quality of our GROCERIES NO MISREPRESENTATIONS here. If its good. we tell you. Two and a halt years in Ada hns enabled 11- to learn the people's An inspection of our stock ot Groceries will convince you that we right. We invite yon to call. Jones Spot Cash to March 1st. Mrs. .1. T. Floyd, of Tupelo, is a guest of Mrs. J. T. Higgins for a few days. Albert W White, the dairyman, is very ill with a case of mumps. .J.F. Bowers went to Coalgate today on business. New ciop garden seed at Baugh A Prewett. 30O 8t A son of V P. Button left this morning for a visit in Central Texas F. K Ciage, a son ot the great king, of Meiaphis, Tenn is in the city on business Mrs Judge Pos-x returned a few days visit with her at Ft. Smith, Ark. Wear Dittman's shoes, the -standard of merit for over half a sold by 1. Harris. i Judge Thompson and W. D. Hays went to Wetumka this (Morning on business. V Hnrris of tl.f Bank, ot Konuwa, spent with friends in A. .1 There can bf liner bread or -pastry than that mnde from Alba- tros-s or White Falcon tlour. Huy sack at Walsh's -J70 tf Mrs H Woodard and daughter, Willie, returned Monda.s evening from a short visit to Konawa. Mi-s 1-iryant, ot .stonewall, up Mondav did ;ind leturned friorne this noon Keep eye both sboe window. He is the newest thinti in jfootvvear tt Wo thirty-tit e of Union in 5 pound packages, As long as they last, .they are yours at 15c per package. One pound eixe, 5e per package. Harrison. Warren and Davis of the local, Oklahoma City to Ada, have been transferred to Atoka. You get twice the seeds in bulk at Bmigh Prew'ett. 300-3t Mrs, K. A. St. C air, of Bon- ham, Texas, mother of Mrs. W. C. Duncan, is here on a visit. One trial of Dittraan's shoes makes an everlasting friend. If on have never tried a pair, ask your friend and they will tell the s-tme Sold by 1 Warn- O. A. McKeel, ot Tennessee, a brothei of J. K. McKeel, came in today for u visit Rabbit Flour ol pure -oft wheat Ilijrh Patent- Kaugh Prewett MP--.M.S Ballon it Keller, of Ft Wraith. Atkansas, have pui- chased the building west of the Keod Harrison store. b, who has been vis- iting Williams and family for sevetal days, returned this morning to her home at Madill ORDER TOK Til 18 Ll.sT ..Prices Cash.. Cans om -3 I Tomatoes -J5 Van C amp s I'oi k nnil Bean- '2o C'nn-, Kurl.v June 1'eiis Cbilli-eonc'iii ne, J lilackberries. 27) s> Pumpkin 2." I) Hominy 'Jo Salmon 25 1 Box Hr. Price's food, I WILL PLEASE YOU W R. S. T06IN Harris Hotel Block, There aie many that sell nut none equals the quality, the 't length and the price of Ditt man's shoes Kvery pair war- ranted or a new pair instead Sold I. Harris. 'J77-tt Mrs. Mattie loturned et oning from a her sister Mrs Paul Horn, fit Sherman, Texas. Vldrich A. Itimird huvo a nice lot of bulk garden seeds and on ion sets. I'OO-tit J. F. Hite, conductoi of the local, Oklahoma City to Adu, has been transferred to Atoka and will make the run through. We recommend to the who are opuosed to the democra- tic primary and would like to be a candidate fora city office to see the citizens ticket nominating committee and request them to put you on suspect the committee would appreciate .vour assistance in completing ticket A. Fitch o.f Be bee was a pleasant aller at the News office today and deposited his dollar with us for tho biggest bunch of news inabtei printed in the Chickasaw Nation, The Presbyterian Aid Society will meet Wednesday afternoon at :5 p. m., with Mrs. Lucas, on South Broadway. All of the ladies arc urged to attend as business of importance will be transacted. I. Harris' Grand Clearance Sale Our Entire Balance of heavy weight goods. Clothing, Underwear, Heavy shoos, Caps Etc. mvisf be cleaned out to make loom for our NEW SPRING GOODS It has always been our motto never to cany goods ovei from one season to another. We had rather make sacri- ficing in otder to push the goods out, have them carried to another season Come Now. Don't Wait Our on or Overcoats me fat the lowest to any of the HO vailed eloping out or cost tales. I. A N. G. Hutwel left Monday ev ry ing for Qkeene, Okla OB ntbajri necs trip. Mrs. Cooper and child, 'of Waxahtichia, Texas, came in Monday evening to join her hus- band, who has been here a week or more. C. Mullinax, a good citizen of this community one of the News' subscribers is visiting friends in Stonewall this week. DISGRACEFUL CAROUSAL. Heretofore RespeotabJe Profession- al Men on the Down Grade. Dr. J. A. and John Knnis are brothers. The former being on- gaged in the practice of dentis- try, with offices the Ada National Hank These two gentlemen came to Adu about one year and it is said Imve done reasonably well in the practice of iheir profess- ions Adu societ.x has shown them kindly, und some almost induljrent consideiation But the.x went Monday atternoon. It appears that the two brothers began drinking, and continued to do so through the night In their druken carousuls, the bedding on which they sleep in the ofhce wa.s set which was consumed after being thrown in the alley, Tne building was "shot up" and other disgraceful acts were done which ars only compatible druken and low bred revelry. The city marHhal very properly locked them in the calaboose tlm morning. Triumph seed Irisb potatoes at Baugh OC. Prewett's. Ut K O Wheeler authorizes the announcement of his candidacy for the position of Recorder, As- sensor and Collector of the of Adu, subject to the action of the democratic primary Mr. Wheeler is well known in Ada, having until lately been a mem- ber of the hardware firm of Net- tles, and Wheeler. He is well qualified to till the position to which he aspires. There IK no more polite, courteous and ac- commodating gentleman than Mr. Wheelet, which together with Ins   ii most ellicient ofhcei m cuse he is nominated. The NPWS to the democrats ol Ada that they give him careful consideration. Mr. Wheeler says it elected he .iirrees to ghe his ontirc time In the duties ot the office CHAS.POWERS GRANDM01 HER Mrs. Harvey Warriner, Celebrates 96th Birthday The News is in receipt of a copy of the Elmore Tribune which furnishes quite a sketch of the life, together with the picture, of Mrs Harvey Warriner, who is the grandmother of Chas. Pow- ers, one of Ada's leading citizens. The occasion of the write up was the celebration of her 96th birth- at which time over re lations and I riends called to pay respects and many letters of congratulations were received. Mrs. Warriner has the distinction of having been born on the same date as Abraham Lincoln. Mrs. Warrinei has all her faculties well preserved, is active, bright and intelligent, which hei face indicates. She in a great reader and is posted in till the af- fairs of the country. Citizen's Ticket Mass Meeting. 'I he anti Democrats again met at Labar Hall Monday night. The boys were out to who their honorable nominating committee! hud selected to make the race on the ticket. But that committee was not ready to make full report and the meeting extended them further time. Several interesting speeches were mide. W. H. L Campbell made a speech, calling attention i to the grfcat necesity of having tht> right kind of men in the com- ing constitutional convention of the new state It -is said, how er, that he did not advise the republicans, socialists and others who constituted the in the meeting, whether they should support a candidate for delegate running on the tepubli- can, democratic or socialist ticket. The meeting adjourned to meet again nt the call of the nominat- ing committee. Bro. Cogins was chairman of the meeting.ind S J Aimstiong, secretary. There will be a lull ticket in the tield. J. H. Gay, of Sulphur Springs, Texas, a hi other in-law of F. O. Harnss. left Monday night for his homeatbpi several and prospecting in Ada. Marie Haven, ot son, Texas, returned from Ok- mulgee thi.s morning, and con- tinues a guest of her sister at the Harris hotel. J F. Armstrong. Mo a cousin of W. J. Coffman, came in this morning on a visit and prospecting tour combined. Democratic Primary bleotion. By the authority vested in us as the Kxecutive Committee of the Ada Democratic Club, we hereby call a Dcmoci-atic Prima- ry Klection to be held at the Mayor's office in the town of Ada, Indian Territory, on the 21st day of March, 1W5, for the purposes of nominating candidates for the various city officers to be filled at the April naming thn iullowing: 'i L i> Lowden and VV. C. Castlebery; Judges L. D. Uatlitl and J. W. Dean, clerks and Marvin Brown as register of rolls, as officers to conduct the holding of such elections; HIH! promulgating the following rules, to-wit 1. None shall have the right to vote tit said election without first enrolling his name on the rolls of the Ada Democratic Club, and who will be a legally qualified voter at the general election: provided however, that the ioll shall be closed till the closing of the poll 'J. The poll s'jall open at 8 o'clock a. m- tmd clo.se at the O.v'JO o'clock p. m. 0 No one shall be allowed to election without tak- ng the following pledge: 1 am a Democrat and will support the Democrat 4. Pledge herein provided shall be printed on all tickets and no other ticket shall be used or counted. Febi nary 1905. W. Bolen, President. W. L. Reed, Secretary. WANTS I Gentleman boarders, Apply 217 West 14th. street Woman for general housework. Apply to Mrs. Jno. Barringej, 117 Kast {street. FOK SAI.I A complete gro restaurant and cold drink business will be at a bargain location in town. Apply to H .1. Lewis, Keel Line Grocery. Fui; Fresh separated creum for Mile at the Ada Candy works. per gullon. i'97-6t Fou Two office rooms in Conn-Little building. Call on L. .1. Little. HIS For the Play at the Christian Church, MarcH 3rd, 19O5 For the Benefit of the Christian Church A entitled the "The Keconstructod mixed with good Music, Sonys and Recitations The music furni-shed by Miss Case's OrcheMtrn, will be well worth tho price of admission. Everyone is respect- fully asked to attend this entertainment. HAVE A GOOD TIME AND Help a good cause. TO THE PUBLIC Having opiMiOil up .1 MI slot It ot 1 IV-h III H till OUjrhllllt 1 tllkl' ln'i I'll it ll 111! OUR S TO R E 111 1 111 I ll II I I V Iflll U u II I I I tiillllil u.i i dis fui i CM 1 in Ii i sh si.ipli mil l.uii GROCERIES Oil! IlllSIIU ss l! I 111 llllllllll till Oil OlH' ICl' Inn N I'liinii "i U i onII tin sloio ,uii) si'i- .111' alili' to sci i MOSS SGRIBNER, TIME CARD. Ada, Ind. Ter FAST BOUND TWAINS. No. .110 Meteor, p. in. No. 512 Kastern Kxp. ,i. m. No. Local Freight, p m. BOl'NH TRAINS No. Meteoi a. m. No. Texas I'ass p. m. No. Local Freight a.m. Local freight trains curry passengers provided with per- mits Ton per cent saved on the purchase of round trip tickets. 1. McNair, Agent. SHaw's Nickel Store a Child Can Trade well as a Grown Person. One Price to all... Snail Profits Quick Cash I Make a specialty of 5c Bargain Counter Goods. GAHDKN SEEDS- L. L. Mays' Northern Grown Needs are the hardiest, and are standard for purity, 2 p pi is, 5 cents. ONION SETS -Either White or lied Variety. 3f> cents per gallon. GARDEN or FLOWER T ROW E L S AND F( UiKS 5 cents each. STONEWAKK Of course you will need Milk Jars, Cliurns and Crocks. We will sell the choice White Stoneware, lOc. Butter But- ter Spoons, only 5c. Butter Mo I d k -One pound, hand curved, costs you 14c Scrub Brufhes -Full 10 inch Fibre Brti-h, only lOc. Mop Sticks A new improved easy to lOc Brooms Extra heavy Broom, 25c. Shoe Brushes- 10, 15 and 'Joe Boards- Good Glohe crimped, IHc. "Rub No-More" Soap For laundry is the best for hard water, H 25c. or Gold Wiishinir Pow- der   Bakintf Pow dot -Our regular .1 c cuns no at I5c- 4 Arm Ham- mer Soda Cost" you '25c. hoxe- Bag Bluing oc. and Black per. 5c a package. Grandpa's Wonder 5- ouuco cake, making some i eductions on the follow- mu; Knnmelware. Tin- wiuo, China and Queens- ware. In tsct. come hero (or anything need in household supplies and t1 do our he-t to (.'an d i o s -Guaranteed Lie per pound Pencils hite and Blue color, sometimes sold at 5c. I'osts only tablets Of course won't forget our nice iic and IcTnblots Come to us foi and Period i Subscriptions taken for anything published ai rs price-. Nickel Store, S. M. Shaw, Prop Phone 77. Broadway, 3 North of Post Office. 'SFAFLRI i   

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