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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                WEATHER FORECAST. Indian Territory: Tonight and Thursday. Thunder- storm 'Hid t'OKltM'. Temperature. The hivr thermometer in front of tin1 olliee rogisteroii :v- At s a, in.. 'j'i At a p. m.. LOCAL NEWS 1 between Phono No. and r> p. m Mrs. .1. f. shopping in tin Garden seed le per Lowden X Shirlov. S a. lu- ll' U eity today. was -tf Bvrd returned Tuesday Get a White Spot and py, at Noien's drug store only. ftCi T. J. Hurley, ot v pleasant valler at the News olliee todu.x A real estate mortgage, written ou i be blanks we sell, will hold water. The News, Henley A Biles carry the best stock. I'ntil Saturday very much reduced prices prevail. C. M. OiHunrey returned Tuesday evening from u business trip to I'ulsit. O. M. Hisaut, dentist, loca- ted in Conn-Little buildhev, phone No. _'7S-tf Attorney F.unis, of Lohh.'h, partner of .i. I1'- Webb in the law business, came in Tuesday. Aldrieh iv. Kinard are closing out their bulk warden seed re- Have a few MI.V to y..u. Here rliey are: MI--HI-. l.Vtbs for t'lairi-l ti- soup. bui'.-i bar.- Sill; soup, :i I'oi- I'Vrn snap H I'Hiia riMrtl hominy A Stranqe State of Affairs. The roads rtre being fenced up lending intoAuu >o many farmers cannot come to town a on. A jjreat many farmers who have been trading lie re ever sinco the town bejjan are now jfoiiitf to othar town- do .their trading as they cannot siet here on account of fence.-. Aj.d yet the people of the town ire taking interest in the matter. NVe have an oryanixed commercial club to look after such matters, und several meetings have been called und special attention has been called to our retrular meet- ings, by distributing in WANTS FOK SAMS. A line jersey citll'i N weeks old- Call office. It V FOK room house on 17th, also 4' room. house on St.h street John W Beard- all the business ;es in town, K. Ui gardle-> of cost. evening from MusUogee. Try a White Spot, at Noien' drug store. Mrs. Joe Mason, of I'oalgrtte, is veiling in the eity. Clothing. lUMOt Charlie Fowler, of Cjninton, L j T.. a brother of Mrs. A. K. j Thornton, was in the city Tues-. lmi'i'n 1'i-r t'll-l'l'nvil'.r Mi> '.U- i-i'cii villi- I'lii.- MT t I'M-S Til-. SniiiV. IHT LT'. up-to-now See P. K. Smith for photo work. Mr-. G. H. Henley was Stonewall vi-itor Tuesday. underwear, shoes, dre.-s ,-kirts. in ('act everything Heretofort our policy reduced at Henley after Saturday. Spot, at Noien's drug store. Puke Stone went to K Tue-dtiv afternoon. Have you tried the Steam Hakerv's Viena Cream bread: if The best on earth, the uot ta.ke home a fresh, at po.-t office, its .tine. ot Htnley A. Bile-' priee cutting saie positively clones Saturday', Real estate mortgage blanks at 0. the News otliee. 3'2-tf A_ Middleton, a prosperous ,tones i- moving to (vist j farmer of near Ada. eou- Tiiirteeuth .-tieet. jtributor to the News fund Thekiugof cigar., the White Wednesday. Spot, at N'olen's drug store, ot'.'tit The News otliee ha- for .-ale I real estate mortgage blank- that ,J. Riehey. of wa-: srand thl, to_st_ a business visitor in today. Corn and tomatoes, three can-- Lowden Shir'ey. it has not been to advertise. but we want the people to linow our prices. Our goods a'1-1 or your money luu'U. ALDRICH RINARD. und with all of this we fail to get out enough people to take any action. Now! What say YOU, yenUemen? Sliall we abandon the commercial club, und turn .tilt1 rortd Business over to tin; people who t'enee them up, and turn our tmde to other towns? is a matter that we think all the m the town should take an interest in. There will be one more effort to have H For Kent: .Three room Jion.se on 15th .street Apply :it -Jones Menders. M-tf FOK U.KNT.-- liui.sliod house street. Good I'rice. Otis Ii. Weaver. three room on Tenth and monil, barn. See Teachers' Examinations. Kxaininti lions certitieiil.es Nickel Store Solicit a share of Your Trade KANDY! KANDY! We are goiug to have '8 one o! FA- OUT r   given 17-tf H. Whiit'u Koht. ''ones, of Kosalee. Texas, came in this morning for a vi-it with, hi- brother. U. Jones and famiiy. Have veu seen that, hand-oiue of Siiawnee, was here fcran.-aetinir busiue.-- to-1 wo ;iro yiving away with s day. fan of bakinsr powder: Mos- X Meet me at Noien's drug store General Order No. I. Headquarters Chiekasaw Bri- gade Indian Territory Division. I'nited Confederate Veteran.-, May 1, HHl'i. IJenera! order No.' 1. The 'origadier giMieral eon: mumiiiig the 1 Brigade 1 nd i a n Territory Division. X'eterans an- noinices with great sorresv tlu- diiath of lien. l''it. huyl; Lee, one '.'.istinguished general- of Abstracts of ..Mone to Loan.. FIRE i Insurance Companies Represented. Inter-Married Citizens SURPLUS LAND and Mi Long Tiiiu1. Low Hates. Optioi'.il Payments I w EBEY i s it: ioiitt ADA. I.T. and talce a White on me. Frank Stropo, of Holdenville, an Ada visitor today. The only after dinner cigar, the White Spot, at Nolen'.- drug store. Rev. C. M. Coppege, Holden- ville, is in the city. Get a White Spot in your fae urror.uded friend.-.. A- tiii- i> wiii'i City' Aj'ril -J-th. eumvade- iiot tiie for tive cent- at .-tore. K. 1'. Alii-.i.. ;i .-'t1': day. Try -i can ;ee. Nor.'' i Mr. >ind Mr-, i. evoning i'nion .MI- to for 17 tf p Nolen' d r u g i'.-''. t i from Ihirant toilny and wiil eun- i the meeting this 'evening. 1 Don't be obstinate when you jean save, money at ller.U'y Hiies. Sale closes Saturday. I P. llarri-on, e-f SuMiew-ili, spent night in Ada mi hi- way to Tisheiniiiii'o, vviiere ii.' went mornitm. buying groeerie- or meat.- of Tobin. you need a Ion1' t're-i; bread. will it. or plain, ''run; AUM place to tell you of hi capta to do time an valor ami ii-. 1 request mander of this tal-tf ti honor to this no'nle Uv i-om- 'ie Indinn steps ex-eon mnnd of J. I'. tor v 1 >ivision. I" (Hlieiul. -I. NV. (.iolledge. Ad- jutant i ieneral. ti.e j THE ICE CB.EAM SEASON Is now at and yuu should Elite Confectionery !i Is tl.ar. i.-vi'i- t" .in di-ii'-i n.- are di-pen-i.- Call and gei a Dish of Our 1 v- in- that ivd idir. h.v Cream. another Mors SALKS Saturday May t and Saturday May Stull'ed chocolate'''1 dipped caramels, lilly cups chocolate chips, maple'i? drops, coeoanut bon boms, tig coc.oanut lit- tle butter cups, butter scotdi drops, and other kind- worth from'; SUP to H'K- regular, come and buy all you want lOc pei' pound. It would pay you to tuke a tour through our -tore. We will start you ut. our center counter.-, commencing with the counter, loaded with ;i magnificent display of goods at 3C, 4C and 5C Next to our lOc counter, laden with goods at 8C, 9C and IOC each. Now we would have you see our grf-at variety of" glassware, China, queens- ware, enameled ware, tin-.' ware, stoneware, etc. I :'.0-piere dinner ,-et-- composed of the mo.-t use- ful piece- for a ,-mall fam- ily in dainty 'lower decor- ations, nice enough for any purpose, set 25 Cups A. Cancel.s. a new' bright rose pattern in semi-pori-eiain q u e en s-' ware costs yon 75C stst Plates ro cups A.' ssr.'.eer-. set, 75C I odd liis-'lic- bowls. all kinds ot shape- X- sixes 5C IOC I4c I9C, 24c sot, 4 ball -et. 59c H -et98c Water Rent. I ;iomp-im i' from Shawnc. t wuere .lays i visit Henl '.lies' ten day- si-s Satcrday. i'co r.i---1 re ;i will b. eounc; Bill's iSecond Hand Store Repairing a A'pecialt> BILL'S SECOND HAND STORE. Uamu'r e, or ,v ana two M r.-. Karhin, payal  ome other good place, not faraway; if not, and you want to go west, we have some great bar- gains iu for example, between March tirst and May fifteenth, you can go to California for and ingly low costtoOregon, Washington, etc. L McNAIR, Agent, Frisco System. Til AND VITALITY I AFTER ISIW. i( lo pi H and restorative for men and women, produces ,y. bands system and renews ttta normal atiappinesn Or Co., Furnisli 5c 10c feet IOC tl'.i a d lines. the 1C kind 5c I0c25c owder. the Mien's i'ox nearly ir. thi- (OC feet ioi; iaiiies kerchief down an IOC To we i 25c n -t.-. hosiery, bough'. way ;it 5C at a pee them IOC I4C. 25C pail- Do you know sell notion-, buttons, combs, all kinds hair pins, elastic. ribbon, thread, safty pins, collar buttons. )mt pin.-, tablet-. and -tationery. we handle a nice line of good writing tablet for 5C 1'euciis, Old lilorv ,the usual Tic kind we can sell you '2 of them for 5C Variety is the Spice of Life Then you will lind it here. Come and see the many lines represented. >ur goods are priced in plain tigures at their Lowest Net Spot Cash Retail Values. Nickel Store, j S. M. Shaw, Prop Phone 77. Broadway, 3 doors North of Post Office. lEWSFA.PESr iNEWSPA'PERf   

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