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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma WEATHER FORECAST. Indian Territory: Tonight and Wednesday, showers and cooler. Temperature. big thermometer in front of News olHt'e registered today as follows: At S a. m.. At 3 p. m..... i Get a White Spot and be hap- i py, nt Nolen'? drug store only n I1UIU ......7- tt Phone No. I between a. in. i 5 p. m. l-.'-tt j Dr. Craig nnd wife, of Center, >vere Ada visitors today. Garden seed le per package. Lowden A. Shirley. 17-tf Goo. Harrison was in on business today. Try R White Spot, at Noleu's drug store. ML-s Maud Mock, of KotV, was shopping in tho city today. See P. K. Smith for up-to-now photo k. f W. K Roach left this morning H two business trip. The best on earth, the White C. Lee returned Mon day from VYRueue whevt> she had own for several weeks. I'or Mr.- ee his father, F. M. Huddlestou, has been s'u-u tor a mouth Mr. Huddleston is reported some better today Aldrieh >V Kinard aro closing their bulk pardon seed re- 83101 Have a few words to say to you- Here ure: I.'. Ibs for Cluirci U- :i burs for Silli soup, liivr.-. :iri lor I'V'ni M-up I! uuiis triHul luiininy 10 :t on u on n slr'mjr I 'inn- inilU Spot. at Nolen's druy store. out Ohirence Lee left this morning' on ft business trip to you trieu the M.eam L5akery s tonti Cream bread; if Real estate tr.orrsi-age blanks at not take home a louf.alsvays fresh, the News otrk-e. 32-tf at post office, its line. o7 at Star liilnuvn per i K. Cvoi-nviUc I''' :i-'' (Jri'i-n IXT I lilai'U lii-iir iii-r (lro.-> Tic. lli'iu'-l SnurV. per Heretofore it ha.- not 'neen our policy to advertise, but we want the people to know our prices. Our goods av a'antei-it or your money back. ALDRICH RINARD. Will Here May 2 and 3, J. Hill, Jr., formerly of is mvsidMit of 1'erfeet Cure Snuitiirium, of Aulmore, litfl. Ter which guur- to cure anythiug that walks the earth of the opium, morphine, coacinc, heroin, chlor- il, whiskey and ciguri'ttc Their molt" is: No cure no pay. and no pay until cured. Phil. J. Barren, representing the above institution, will be at, the Hun-is House Tuesday ami! on loth street. Wednesday. May '2nd mid and will gludl.v furnisn anyone interested with all the informa- tion desired regarding thiv won- derful treatment. Anyone de- siring to imve him call on them, can addro-s him. care of t'ue Har- ri> HoiHf All eorre-pondence and matters relating to patients strictly contideiuwl. WANTS Foil A tint- jersey heifei calf, S weeks old. Cull nt News office. 87-2t-w3 it FOR HKNT. room house aUft 4 room house or. Sth street .John Beard Nickel Store A For Kent: i loth stre Mendors. Three house i Apply at JJ'rtf: Bona Fide Proposition FUJ; !vKiN'-J-. >ne tnree room finished house on Tenth Good waier and barn. 1'rice. fl'UMi j-pp montii. Sin- Otis 1J. On A Two Weeks Trip. Given Life Sentence. I i C'ity. Ok.. May -J. j Judge Beauchamj) Monday -en- j tenced ilame- H. I'.ratelier to 1 serve a life term in the Lansing penitentiary nt hard labor for tin- murder of William A. Ai.M-.-e, ,1 our- i i i 1 a The following wiii leave on -sontii -'ound l-'ii-co on a two wei-'ics luintiiig and ti-'u- ing trip in the Seven Devil moun- tains: J. T. Conn, Dr. Ligon. K. Jeter, C. J. Warren, Patsy nan, Mart Walsh, A, H. Mason. U. G. Winn Mason. Hen Ma-cm. Goins. .Joe Tiiu uarty f el H hell, Clioc'-' '.earns will be in i that fortunate WM not d ho could consider it; them fifteen mile; that the i ior where tiful and and train .1 ,oijiiji to t'.iwe into inter-, .-aid to be pien- trout abound. H. Clay Ttiouipson vvept to Shaw nee Mondav afternoon on business. Thekinir o; the at Nolen's dvuir ston -Miss Viola M core, is in the city the truest brother, Marion Center, of lier Corn and ton; a toes, three cans tor Shirley. 17-tf Mrs. MarriUa Lath anU uaujrh- ter, Miss Alice, of Roff, were in thf city shopping today. Meet me at Nolen's drujr -tore and take n White Spot or. inc. I'o.x and (ireer. with their families want to the country on n hunting trip todfiy. The only after dinner the White Spot, at Nolen'.- drug store. t't Itev. ,'uo. A. Williams left on the noon train for Hurant to at- tend n meeting of the board of trustees of the Presbyterian col- lege of Purant, of which body he member. He expects to re- turn Wedr.o-day afternoon. The News oftiee has for sale real estate mort.irau'e blank- that wiil stand the test. .'I'J-tf Mrs. Mary I'arker and chil dreu, who came, here from Quin- ton, Ark., a short time ago to .visit her sister. Mrs. W. C'. Rol- 'low, Monday purchased property ou the corner of lotli :md Stock- ton, and will build five rooms to the house and make their home in Ada. Have you -oen taat hand-ome i range we are giving away with n 'can of ha kins: 'Scribner Cemetry Association The ladies of Ada met at the1 home of- Mrs. ,lone-_hi.-t Thursday afternoon ti- urganixe1 a cemetery a-soi.'iation with the follow re.-ults- W. W. teis'.porary ii'-'i'siden'; Mrs. H. A. KotseL. -eeretary. The name- pre- sented a- charter members: Mesdame- Higgin-, Kot-eh, ,lones. Meader-. Harris, Cruwder. Howlin. Hali. IVn'i, Holiitield, Killingswiirtii, Thoma.-. C 1 a r U. Law re nee, Marks, K'ing. .McKinm-y, McMil- Ian. Koach, Power.-. Walters, rtarringer. Lam-u.ster, Shand--, Duuen. Kippy, Hr. Km- and M i-s Uuby Tiion.a.-. Pav Water Rent. 'S rfclil are f.1. to eall at tin- .d pay sata..- on wdt.'r c'M of. order Bookkeeping and Shorthand Andla.ll other studie.- usually m hiich up-to-date course a P-? tav.i.'lit most suceessfuli.x1. prac1.-.caliy and thoroughly in WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. Seivldge Business College G. P. Seluldge. A. M., M. Accts., Pres., hArdmore, I. T., or Gainesville, Texas. V to Loan- .....11 Inter-Married Citizens SURPLUS LAND and F I R K Insurance Companies i ruiirn'-'- Nori hwe.-t'Tn s .r: a Lo-n Tin.- Low Rates. Optional Payments BRALEY EBEY ADA, 1. T. The eemetcr. uieet at the i kiptist (let a S tor tive cent' tore. Try ;t can ree. Scrihncr. in v. tor 'J.'.e. 17 tf t ay ;ion. of I 'liter, the icuest- of M Mo.s- 1 launer 'Tx- or >.-ot and two -u ar is.- d in >rau- cit.v The White bpot never be- iorc -told for less ti-.an ten cents, now live at Nnler.'s drug -tore. 3n-0t K. Simp-ou ieft tiiis morn int' for Florence. Aiabauut, wliete Mrs. and drtufjhter have been visitinir ior some time. Mr. Simpson expect- to be yone about tux> wveix-Mr-- Simpson and ''Viild will return home with 11; W 1.. will- and baby t'uis uiornn-.K for Fayette- ...vili'1. they will visit Mr. Moore's cure.'U- for a mouth. .'aeic will iceep up with Ada af- fairs iiy the F.veniity 1 Now- The New> is p.eased to hear t'nat Miss I'lyde Knney is pro- so u-el! her studio- at Teeuinseh, Last week the yr.iuig lady took words in court records, in one .minute and forty-five seconds. Thi- lady wa- the winner uur schoolarship conte.-t and wo feel gratified ;it tlie manner in whi'-h is usinti it. oth'i-e a wiil b counci SF.I.'! roan- o n.i.' duly :.n the ten d.'iy bo tuvv.t. will no i all th, tin: eh irge i I urn ing :o! .ow rents narli' will duv and li'i'i.N' in ance. on of .'aiuiavy. April. Uctolu-r. at the ottiee of :'Uc'.': it isot paid after tix- will oil iiotici..-. an.l j
chased All persons who have not paid their taxes ior will please, call and .-ettle immediately, as I j to the house by wolves recently am now making out delinquent! while feeding his horses. list for publication. j __ -josh Gilbert has purchased a are now prepared to re-tiro wheels fitted with rubber tires, with ourjuiw ruiichine. We furnish the material, you furnish the wheel. Best Service, Prices Reasonable. ADA MACHINE ,T. I. Warren, Recorder. Sponsor for Sons, Ardinore, I, May Fay Burnitt. of city, has chief .sponsor of of Confederate been naraed as United Sons Veterans for the Louisville re- union by Commander in Chief N. R. Tisdal. To the Public. Having bought the interest of P.C.Dnncan in the Duncan Hen- derson business on West Main street, I take this means of noti- fying the public of the same. debts, notes and accounts have been assumed b.v me. Thanking my patrons for the past favors and a continuance of thfe same, I am, Respectfully r. 82-364 W. Henderson. .Josh Gilbert ha> Winchester and is preptiring to i slay a few wolves, Parson Fullingum held services tit the Box school house Satur- day night and Sunday. Sabbath school at the Box shool house every Sunday, Some few have planted cotton while some have not yet planted corn. Sandy is higher than it has been this spring. Several of the boys disturbed the preacher recently until they were called down by the worthy gentleman in n wny they will no't soon forget. The men of the neighborhood met recently and moved the Hal-, livvay school house just t0 get it off one negro's land on to that of another. W. J. Jeff res had. the mfefbi tune of having one ,of Ma wori htorsee badly cut on the wire: Bill's Second Hand Store Buys and all kinds of second hand goods. Furniture Repairing a Specialty (Jail and .see us. or send in your broken furniture. BILL'S SECOND HAND STORE. Ono iluor west of Harris Hotel Sample Uoom. AND VITALITY to: Your Trade It would to t.ike a tour through our will start you at our cente.r counters, commencing .vith tlu.; counter, loaded with a magnificent display oi at 3C. 4C and 5C Next to ou r lOc counter, laden with goods at. 8C; 9C and lOCcach Now we woula you see our variety of ifja.-sware. (..'liinu. ijiieon-- ware, enauieled ware, tin- Nvare, stone-.varij. etc. MO-piee.- dinner .-et-. of the mo-t use- ful piece- :or a small fam- ily in dainty slower decor- ations, nice enough for any purpose, set 25 Cups --aucers. a new rose pattern in seiiii-porf-eiain ijueens- ware you 75C set Plate.- to n.atch a'oove cups set 75c >dd cish-1.- v'c bowl--, ail kinds of shape.- A sixe.- 5c IOC I4C I9C, 24C Howls Pitchers, good deep bowl with i'.ange costs you i.ere 89C Slop with strong wire bail, only 99C Croquet-c-t. 4 ball -et. 59C. bull set 989 Furnished tishinfr lines, 5C- IOC the 1C kind Harr.boo injr pole- 1'i le-.-t IOC tak-'-.m lin feet powder, the bornted GV. atfSC box I-'.'.iggy nearly' ;my t'. .iv.g you want in thi- very good one IOC tnlou sr.flde.N, a'.iopa- -.vindow -haii----. six onr 25C t. vai'.ie- in ladif- ,and- kercliivf-. way -M-'p-'l at 5C lOc Tov.'e -t P'-f? th.-m IOC <4C. 25C paii- Do if row we sell notion-. pins, tuitions, hair ollar pin.s. elastic. threau, n.ifty pir.. buttons. pins, and a nice line of go. 1 -.vriting tablet for 5C Pencils. jlorv .the usual kind we can sell you L' of them for 5C Variety is the Spice of Life Then you will rind it here. Come and see the many lines represented. Our goods are priced in plain figures at their Lowest M Spot Cash Retail Values. Nickel Store, S. M. Shaw, Prop Phone 77. Broadway, 3 doors North of Post Office. Ar 1 NEWSPAPER!
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