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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                WEATHER FORECAST. luditui Territory: Tonight and Wednesday, fntr ru KM'. n Temperature. Tim thoi'tnoinoter front tlu- as At s a. m.. At m.. C5. M. Chauncey left morn- ing for Tnlsn on buainess. Try a can of our Cardinal tsof- 'fee. None better. Stun Hurii- is over from Shawueo. W packages Itannor and to eli'se, 15c or two for A. SJiirle.v. IT tJ; TJio Katy .-old 171 tickets to OUIahoniu City Sunday from this LOCAL NEWS between Phone No. and 5 p. in. Miss Blanch ili-id ii1 day in KofT seed U' Shi rit'.v. Lowdon Kurman and family wore Sunday visitor.- in tiotT. Try u at Harrison was a business ,'i.sitor in 1-Yniiris today. A real estate mortgage, if i a. m. i-written on the blanks we will l-.'-tr i hold water. TliolNow-.. oitf spent Sun i A. L. Constant this evening bminf j., iMuskogoo. hi. O, M. BisatH. dentist, loot. tod in (.'omi-LiUk- building HAS NfRVOUS PROSTRATION. Honton Rrlniitl 1 .-Vurll T'aclorew- Kld hot-o Saturday Iroin Bxir- Ho hud a comfortable .Journey and wii.s said by Ills vocrol.ary to to a bou i tlio vsaine as when he InifTnlo Frldiiy. ailvkw of his (iliystcian Ihn piintlsi hn.s ilei-lilovl to oaneol all gaponu-nis anO roturn to Swlts'.orland. He hope-i i.o sail I'rom VorK iilmut May 10. i Dr. Kniiifis K. of Huffalo. who lu-coiniwnioil Pailerowslu from nuft'nlo ufliM- tlu'lr arrival here issnoil the following Imllotln conctsniliiK Iho patient: "Mr. 1'iulerowHkl is suttcr- inK from norvous prostration ami my- algia of tho inusclfis of niH'.k and right Mi-upulnr roRion brouslil on a -iovtnv sliiH'k of Home klml." I'adorowsM'.s sn'rotury was asked mission w'1'''1'  eod vis.tor in Ada touay. jjardlo-s of -'58- lOt See IV lv. Smith for Thp has hoto ivaj mortgage hlanii- in: Tho on earth, tho White: wju tho tost. Spot, at Nolen'sdrug store. M-K w Miss Claude llamby spent SUn- j for n trjp )nto old Mexico. day with friends in Sulphur the Daughter ol Kealestate mortgage blanks Kaugh and wife, who has boon the News otlice. 3'J-tf quite sick for some time, is re porteii much hotter today. H. A. Krooger. of tho K nine is State Bank, was an Ada visitor it wns i hut Wi-dncsduy oninjt1 tin? on the irnln to which Padci'evvski's private i-iir VVUM nltiirhod wns Uenillcil nesi'1 Auburn. N. Y.. ntul train slopped iiuieUly Tho jar was such as to cause movable articles to fall to the llooi and Mr I'adorewski suffered seventy I'rnin the exporionre. Tin-- pianist is reinninlns; It) bed by doi-lor'.s advice and will continue to .In so for the present Escape With Booty. Shnvnitje, Ok.. May Sims and Undar.-herrff (Jarr wore noli tied Saturday morning of a biitiK mbtiHr.v at Kehdriuk, thirty live mijrs north of Shawnee, and rctjwst'.'d to keep u lookout tor the parties, Tbt> docriulion of the iwo tuen who stood iruard tltt'- roheory were WANTS Fur Kent: Three.room house on 15th street. Apply at finders. tf FOK liKNT One room finished houne on Tonth street (iooii and imru. Price, month. H. but tho two robbers who worked inside the bank escaped without tlio noting thoir ap- pearance. its discovorcd at KeudricrU Stati1 The robbers i thoir work in the atid a ynd guards and 1'lie mii.-e of tiring awoke other them aiul 11 lively fusilladt' c-urri'il in which OIK' iiurt, but not t'u tally. The. rob burs eseupt-d tlu' south carry ins; and about of it Will Be Here May 2 and 3. J. S. Mill, Jr., formerly of Greenville., Texas, is president of The I'orfecCCure Sanitarium, of Ardtnorc, Ind.Ter, which ,iruar- anteos to cure' anything that walks thf earth of the opium, morphine, ooacine, horoin. ohlor- al. whisk'-y and cigarette Thoir motto is: No euro no pay., and no pay until cur'1 i I'hil. J. Uarvett, representing toward above institution, will be at the Harris House Tuesday and Wednesday, May tind and 3rd, in nickels the rest in silver. Thiiy evidently rode >outh and NEEDED GUARD. C. C. Hur.iri> at their home. ports Ticking of cigar.-, tho White, Snot, at Colon's drutr store. tit Uavo you -oen that John Hughos. ot Marnetta, ranjrO w-e are giving away with was in tlio city today. lcan of Sorihnor t'it Corn and tomatoes, throe ra X Slurlr-y. Lou liordon came down from l'-tt ..Konawa Sunday, atul his Albert Koru. of Tyrofa. is family to that plan> today transnt'titig bosinos.- m the city. Qr Wen.t to Ailou this Moot mo at Nolen's dniff -tore morninir where he will remain and take ;i White Spot on mo. .for several days on professional business J. F. Mclveel ana Dr. Hrock-; W. Ktter .eft thi- monntix- enridge in Stonewall Sun-l for his home near Shormnn, tjav. 'Texas, after a several days visit The only after dinner the White Spot, at Nolen's drug store. oti-tit Otis Weaver was a Sunday visitor in Stonewall. with his J. C. Ktter Mr. liiwii Muu I'mlvr Si-nleiii-i' IK llliiiHi-lf lliiry. Moiilos. April :tO. --Doputy I'niti'il Htato-i Mnrshal A llli'liiirds. convicted for roiiipKHty iu llnmil ton linUt-ui) tun am> and ii-nccd to IS vrais in slntA'n pri.son wont to I'ort 'Ma.lison ol'in'arily Sivt it relay to t'.is Ion.-. Ho tl.-- hoarini' bcl'iM. the cnurt. Kii'hanis. with our l-'nniU Paird. t-OHvU'tcd of tiirlni-rn'.-. Mrs. 1'i-irr Uvaii of lli'.niillru hotdiim a i rnndli- IMT 'intil stic told tho ;i In1 of inoni'i. In uiaKiiu; ilnii- Haird was ihol nail it'' "pi'ai'lifil 1111- plii'hlin: I IIP (d-d 'o Mfxiro iiui l.i'i'f i1'.1-; u: anil i -liinHrll' Kii-l'rird for :ir-: KiuiWTi t In itil :i.- t'l-nrli-ss. ilar.- d.'-vil ntlii-rr. M'INTYRE MUST RETURN. I'oiivi, >i. l.i.nu it   Abstracts; to l-oan os Inter- Married I SURPLUS LAND and l IMfKOVKU I'UOI'KHTV. Or U) linil.l F i R n Insurance Coatpanics Rcprcssntcd TITI C i Lonq Time Low Rates in 111 Lt in i Optional Payments National Unum Nnticiria? (ioriniu- Williiiiiiyiliiipjii Cily I4.M3.1M.S3 ITtt.'XWO) 44 IW I.1SV.WI.75 A Pt A I T NATIONAL HANK MUM, I. I store. A. li. Sunday. aolin Schapp.-. of Ft Smith, in Citra today a White py, at drug store only J. N. Smith, oi' spiMit Sunday in Ada He returned borne morning with a wngon load of Joseph Spror.i-o spent with daughter, Mrs and family, in wall. lIHlfll for South MuAlester, after st-viT'ii irtv-  txirlifxHl Minn Mrs- Kate Stowart and fecund- j elsewhere, limiscs were i-nickpd nnd some old tnoiiii were tmilly dn.ni- The i Inuvh ul wan shaken ili.ti its roii'iilion Is dun- The hire or he Scott, left this morning for 'j7 their home at Kurokn, Kuns., af "'tor a pleasant with Mrs. Stew art's daughter. -loo Clark, and family. Visitors at Oklahoma Citv Sun THE ICE CR.EAM SEASON Is now at. Irinii and sou should that, Elite Confectionery Is hrtfor pri.'pured than wait ind delieioti- drinks are di.-poiwl. Call and get a Dish of Our It- for that Tired Cream. i fore .-old f or less than ten cents, vore trefttod an exceLM] now conts at. Nolens fine base hall game between db't''t Oklahoma City and Topeka. In tin- t'l.'vonth inning Oklahoma won game by H si'ore of six to tivi'. LOOK ATTHK- Pretty Pictures Our Window I Married. At the home of the parents, near the, brick plant. Sunday April SO, Miss Kthol Bell to C. A. Rinard, Kev. Vonntrs! C'oleman in Yon may iiave some of the same by buying Fairy vSoap A large variety to select from for 10 ovals, or you can have a little Fairy for one oval...... R. S. TOBIN HeltflNo. 21 J To Whom It May Concern. All persons who have not paid their taxes for 1904, will please call and settle immediately, as I am now making out delinquent list for publication. 35 6t J. I. Warren, Recorder. Killed by Katy Excursion Train. As the first section of the Katy excursion train pulled into the yards at JShawneo Sunday night, a section foreman, name un- known, fell between the cars and was instantly killed, his head he ing severed as wns also his legs. On tho same train it is reported that a nepft'o was shot to death by one of his race. I'ln in Whlli- lloiin.' Apr; One frt >-iiimneys in t h. olliee.-'. of tht> While i. fii-e Snhir- duv pnii't no .iair.itso resulteil. (Inn ennine tlio wiis l by a fev, Inu-Ki'ta of water. A tire I. been started in all Hie nfflc'-H which rniiiU'l -tie in I In.- clnmnpy. MiUvnnU-c-. Aprl! -Wm. Plank- iii.uton. Ct yenrs, one of Milwau- Uoo's t'ureniCj.si men is (load of pncuinoniii. Mr. I'lunlonjMon wns tho head the Pack I tip: compnny and wiw nclive In tlio inan- acrnnient of l.lin Ph'.nltln.ul.on estate left. lila fal.her .John years ago. To the Public. Having bought the interest of P.C.Duncan in the Duncan Hen- derson business on West Main street, I take this means of not! f.ving the public of the same. All debts, notes and accounts have been aseumod by me. Thanking my patrons for the past favors and a continuance of the same, I am, Respectfully 32-26t W. P. Henderson. Milwaukee, April 30. Krod Vo.rol ?v. 1ms boon rleeted of the First Punk of l.h is cit.y. to fill Uie c-atini-il by t.ho rmrioviu of tho defaulting presi- Frank O. Mr. Vonot is one of tho wealth- lest business men in Milwaukee and has long Imcn a director oC the bunk. Kilwnril in Marseilles, April 30. King Rdward Janilert from tho Iluynl Ynoht Victoria and Albert Satiirduy und took a spoolul train for Paris. The latnl forts finA sal u lea and previous to starting for Paris the king w.-m rncoi.vi'd with mlll- tai-yt anil naval honors and was wel- comed by the municipality ot Maraell- les. Will Stiirt New Company. New Vory, April there were no official developments in the affairs of tho Equitable Life Assur- ance society Friday, it was rumored in Wall street that the vice preiidont, Gage B. Tarbcll. haa decided to ntirw from the Equitable and a company. New and Second Hand Goods roml n.uul, Uounht for your t'u rnitsuv, All kind Kin-nit u iv, new ami .sold. highest pi'ii- sell ehoaprr tdun -'tin tret fuaniture Repaired and Re-Varnished at Reasonable Pricss !STou Singer .Tuswinir macliitn's sold for cash and on instaUniont phin. Ada Bargain House, Minn Street. in! II ICast nf the Court HOUM. A New Machine Wo arc now prepared to re-tire wheels fitted with rubber tires, with our'now ninclune. We furnish the material, furnish the wheel. Best Service, Prices Reasonable. "ADA Bill's iSecond Hand Store U3K? Buys and sells all kinds of wecond hand goods. Ftirnittire Repairing a Specialty Call and see us, or send in your broken furniture. BILL'S SECOND HAND STORE. Ono door west of Ttarriu Hotol Hampte liooni. HEALTH IB Hi The great Iron and tonic pill and rmtoratlva for men find women stronotb, and up the and renews the nori MV BfcW the normal vlinr, Bona Fide Proposition W m V a.s a bid for Your Trade It would yot: to t.itke a tone through our -tore. Wv.- will start you at our center counters. commeucing with tho 5c counter, loaded with a pagnificent display of goods at 3C. 4C and 5C Next to our lOc counter, laden with sit 8C, 9C and IOC each Now we would -javi-you see our great variety of glassware, China, ware, enameled ware, tin- ware, stoneware, etc. ;50-piece dinner nets, com posed of the use- ful pieces for a small fam ily in dainty tlower decor- ations, nice enough for any purpose, set 25 Cups t-aucers, a new bright rose pattern in semi-porcelain queens- waro costs you 75C set 1'lates to match above cups saurers, set 75C Odd dishes bowls, all kinds of shapes sizes 5C IOC I4C I9C, 24c Howls Pitchers, aood deep bowl with flange costs you here 89C Slop jars, with strong wire bail, only 99C Croquet set, 4 ball 59C,   feet IOC ila t 5C IOC 25C Talcum powder. the Lrenuim- Mormen's boratod talcum ponder at I5C box Hiitrpy wViips, near any thintr you want in t.hi> line. M good one IOC Window shndes, ail cipa- iiue window .-hades, six 25C ID mnd- way 5C ludie- ery. Mud down IOC Towrls. fake ,i at thomlOC I4C, 25C pair Do on know we sell notions. buttons, combs, k ;ill kind a.fty pins, eollar buttons. pins, blots, and -tattonery. Yes o handle a nice line of trood writing tablet for 5C 1'eneils, Old (ilorv .the usual 5e, kind we can sell you 2 of them for 5C Variety is the Spice of Life Thcu yon will find it here. Come and see the many lines represented. Our {foods are priced in plain figures at their Lowest Net Spot Cash Retail Values. Nickel Store, S. M. Shaw. Prop Phone 77. Broadway, 3 doors North of Post Office. 'SPA'FERf .NEWSPAPER!   

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