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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                f WEATHER FORECAST. Indian Territory: Tonight and Fridd.v colder; fair. Temperature. Tito big thermometer in front tlu> oflict; registered as follows: At S a. m.. At p. m.. LOCAL NEWS i Claude Pendleton, foremau of tlie News ottice. left this uiortunsr for a short visit with friends at Prague and Sluiwnee. Get a White Spot and be hap- pv, at Nolen'.- drug store only. BC.-Ut A real ostiiti- mortgage, if written on the blanks we ,-ell, will hold water. The News. :52-tl H. F. McCill. Western Newspaper I'nion, of Oklahoma City, was a business visitor Ada Wednesday ovenintr Henley ot Biles carrv the best stock. I'ntil Saturday very much reduced prices prevail. hotwoon Ulus Uarn Wednesday 'Phono No- T> p. nt. Jo t-'H! anil today (iarden seed Ic [.owdon X. Shirloy. Konuwa -i a. m. l-J-tf to Owl IT tf A. L. Constant catuo home this morning from Try a White Spot, at N'olen' druu' store. W. C. Kollow wont to Stono- j oi; -H-n train. Soe K. Smith for photo work. U. A. Kotsch was a busines-> visitor in Konawa tins morninvr. The best on earth, the White Spot, at Xolon'sdruj: store, .Jack -turned tiii- noon from Atoka- Real estate bhmks_at tiie News oilii 3'2-tt The kinK of cigars, the White Soot, at Nolen's drr.tr ot Mrs. of l-'ranci-, was in. A'ia today. Corn and tomatoes, three cans In' Lowden ot Shirley. IT-tf Miss Jeniue lleidle went to Wcdne.-tlM.y this noon. Meet me at Nolen's dnur store and take n White Spot on W. H. is in Atoka on bust- nes-. Dr. O, M. Hisanl. dentist, ted in C'onn-Little bui_Uiing, phoni' No is'i. J. M.Taylor, wife and daugh- ter. Ruth, 'came in from Konawa Wednesday. Mr. Taylor will re- turn today. A Id rich A Kiuaril are closing- out their bulk garden seed re- gardless of oo- 10t A. L. Nettles rotuinod from Muskogco tSiis uiorn'my. Htnley Biles' price cutting sale positively closes Saturday, May b. ,1. T. lliggms went to Konawa Wednesday evening on business. olio packages of Banner and Union oat- to close, or two for Lowden vV Shirley. 17 tf Mrs. J. H. Fi.-witt. of Kouawa, was in the I'ity shoping today. Don't be oo-tinate whon you lean money at Uonley Ot Biies. Sale closes Saturday. in Kimawn Have a few word< to say to yuti. Hure they arc-: 1U- for soup. Iwrs luir.- for Sill; p, burs fur Lj't'- Still' to'lMIO'D K. Riiv iit-1-i'nvilli- H Naslivi'ili1 tiri-i'ii vil I Pythian Officers Chosen. Mu-kogee, ,1. T. .May 4.---The sixteenth annual session of the Knights of Pythias of Indian closed its session .Wed- The following olh'cers were elected Past grand eimn cellor. M W. Murray, Poteau; grai.a   Atst of Ada. Apply to C Wilburn. tivej miles west of Ada. i Fou room house on] Heretol'oro it has not been our policy to advertise. but we want the pooplc to know our prices. Out- good.- -a1 aiUvvil or vour money back. ALDR1CH RINARD. I H. L- Lander.-, Webbers Falls: grand master of exchequer. Jerry McKcnna, Poteau: grand master at arms. Albert, Haden. Dn- rant: grand inner guard, Downey Milburne Coweta; gmu.d outer Fre.l 1-t-ii, Btirtlesville: ttitive to supreme lodge J. Iv. Morrow, Checotah. i wa.- for the convention. Teachers' Examinations. Kxsuninutioiis foi1 certificates o u-nch in the Ada public schools 17th, a 4 room hou.sk.- or. >th street .lohn W. Beard. ree room house! Apply at Jones j For Kent: T on street. Meaders. o'rtf three room i tinished liouse on Mast Tenth: street. (Jood and I'riec. flo.U" or Sct> U. bo held :if -outh Monday and Tuesday, aIH4 I1'. A rovitAv con i'so I'i'ig at o'clock Monday the "-th Pay Water Rent. Parties owing water rent are requested to call at the mayor's ottit-e and pay the same on water will be cut off. By order of council. as follows: I Water rents will and j payable quarterly in advance, on i will be held at the above named J the tirst day of January. April, j i building for all wlu> may desire July and (October, at the oinue of; No charges will be made and desires tuny our Cardinal cot" bettt'f. Moss A W. T. Martin 'was Wednesday evening. Try a can o fee- None Scribner. Ji'in's U'i't this morning for his home in Texas, after a short visit with his brother, W. K Jones, and family of this oity. Char'ie Wilson, of St. i- When buying groceries or [siting friend- in Ada. meats of Tobin, if you need a Kverything reduced at Henley loaf of fresh bread, he will deliver To the Teachers Who cxtn-rt to apply posi- tion- in tbo Adsi pubiir schools: Any certificate in date nay o'f the States will behnr.oreu. are notiticd to niaJM.' cation in writing to tiie board nt your cortiticati- 01- nation to your application. IV Crawfvird. I're.-. it. o vcrv body who come. Any text usi'd- Outlines the Uocorder: if not paid within ton diiys after due the will V may be j bo turned without notice, and; given j will not be turned on again until! which will be of value not only in examination but al-o in Ib-ndrix. Super in ten-lent. all back rents are paid including; the time ohirgf! of it was cut off and :i dollar for turning on again Forty Thousand Dollar Contract, j Chaperon for Territory. '''k., May The i-ity i Mr-. Augusta Mo r-.-, of. Wednesday n i jr h tjCheeotab. Creek nation. been uwnrde ihe contract lor piv feet: on 1 IroM'i'.vay to tne Clevebind Trinidad Paving Co., n. tue i oil love ;i I'd. to over :in i. Oluo. at a he contract will amount I'ontract. STATE OF OKLAHOMA lot next week tor over Senator Beverige Writes of Single u.ore of pavement. Statehood Outlook. a appointed chaperon 'sponsors and maid- o; onor of the I'nited of Coni'ederaie Veterans of the territory, and; will servo in such capacity -.it the Louisville reunion, j Mrs. Moor-? i.-at present vice j president ti.e Winnie Davis: camp of I niteu L oriiei'ieiat'-1 Daughters at Checotah. will Biles until after Saturday. A, B. Timberlake, of Ellen- wond. Tenn., is in the city pecting. The only after i.'igar, the White Spot, at Noien's drug store. M'i-i't Jeb McKuy anu wife, of Stone- wall, were visiting in Ada Thursday. Have you tried ti-- >tram iKikory's Civam a-J not take borne a fre-h. at post office, its :-t H. Koliey. 8Ueiii.au. Texas. was a l-'iisine-s visitor in Ada to- day. Clothing, -i.otvs, skirts. underwear, in Tart over> thing reduced at llenh-y until ufter Saturday. The News othcc lias for -ale real estate mortgage blank- that will stand tin- test. -'J-tf The White Spot cigar never be- po.-ttofn'ce. s-old for less than ten. cents, now five cents at Nolen's drug -tore. Plttin' Henley i Biles' ton day- positively closes Saturday. sale Oklahoma City. Ok., May -5. C. M. Jones, chairman oi the Single Statehood Executive Committee, announced Wednes- day that the bad made a one-fare rate to Oklahoma. City for the singl.' statehood conven tion. July 1-, unl th.' indicntious Mr. (i. W. Wilson, wife and child, of Kau-as City, came in yesterday to spend a few davs pointed to the lai-jjast statehood with Mrs. Wil-on'- sister-. yathering in the hi-tory of Okla- lioma letter J. K. Strief and Mi-s Gallaher. Mr. Wil-on train dispatclier for Chicago vt Alton Ry. The.v leave tomorrow for Okla- homa on their way home. (iet a White Spot in your face for live cent- at Nolen's drug -ton- tfb-Ot received a; in M r 'Jones ha.- f rum Sera tor 1> whii-h he 'T ir. ri cci.'V of yi.'ir letter inviting UK' to he present at Mid joint -tateh'wd convention to be held in Oklahoma Cit.v July 1'J. 1 should like to meet face-to-face the representatives of the splen- did people who have developed these rich Territories and who are soon to be the first citizens of Abstracts ..Monev to Loan.. Inter-Married Citizens SURPLUS LAND and Lorj Time FIRE Companies R in I tJiirui..i. F i ti M it iT.ii. Sort W I NltltOI'. 1 I'ru-- M v .a TM N.I' i BRALEY EBEY HA ADA. l.T. Nickel Store Solicit a share of Your Trade KANDY! KANDY! Wo arc guir.g to have ariotner one o: GUT FA- MOUS h.o CANDY SALES May the and May 1M Stutter! chocolate dipped caramels, lill.v cups chocolate chip-, maple cocoanut lion oons, lig i-ofoanut lit- tle butter cups, butter scotch drop-, and many other kind- worth from 2up to regular, come and buy al! wruit at ioe per pound. It wouiu pay you to take a tour through our store. WL-. will start you at our center counter-. commi-ncing with the 5c countur. loaded with a magnirk-ent display o: goods at 3C- 4C and 5C Next to our lOc counter, iaden with good.- at 9C and (OC each No'.v we would have you see our great variety of gla.-swuiv. China, ijueeu.-- waiv, enameled ware, tin- wart.1, stoneware, etc. "O-pier" dinner st-t-. composed of ti.e most use- iul piece- for a small fam- ily in dainty (lower decor- ations, nice enough for any purpose, set 25 Cnps A: ,-aucers. a new bright rose pattern in semi-porcelain u e ?fu s- ware you 75C set 1 Mates, to match above cups saucer-. set 75C >du u A: bowls. all kinds of suapes 5C IOC I4C I9C, 24c Croquet 4 bail -et, 59C. et98C 5C- IOC t'evt IOC nu' 1C kino in the heart of the sen- son goods almost at your own price al Henley Biles until after Saturday. Commencing Monday, May i will cut and make without ex- tra charge, a pair of pants uni-' with every order for a suit. Commonwealths, the splendid Chitwood. the tailor, next door to'new State of Oklahoma. For it be OIK-of thf grandest of Mens'and women-' furnishings American in its reduced until after Saturday dimensions, srrand in the Hc-niev Biles. of the grandest of American THE ICE CREAM SEASON vou Is now at hail'.: and Elite Confectionery etter prfpareii thai; ever to wait w .t.n.i di'iieioii- d.-ir.ks are di-pen-i1 9 book-. 5c IOC 25C iatc to us fo H. ut' aii ue wiiuiu-.v lor.-- 25C tin- lOc opa- s: x Gail ancl get H- got  me. I hnnki me. my patrons for the past and a continuance of the same, f nm. Respectfully W. P. Henderson, Picnic at Stonewall. Confederate and Sons of Confederate Veterans of the Stonewall country assisted b.y the citizens und commercial club of Stonewall will give a basket picnic at Stonewall, on Saturday, May 6. The people of Ada and surrounding country u re cordially invited to attend. There will be band music and prominent speakers to entertain the people, One and one-third fare on the Katy railroad. has fought for this ideal through two Congresses. A.t first the prop- osition was not received with any enthusiasm. "But, as always iw the case with all true and just ideas, the prop- osition ot single statehood for the two Territories has grown until an overwhelming majority of both branches of the American Congress now favor it. This ideal which is that of the people of Oklahoma and Indian Territory, and for which our committee will a reality at the com- aeaston of Congress." "Things Worth Knowing' Austin, Texas Dallas, Texas Fort Ualveiton. Texas Denison. Texas (iutbrie, O. T. Houston. Muskogec, I. T. Texa.- San Antonio. Texas Shuwnoe, O. T. South McAlester. i T. Tulsa, L T. Oklahoma City, O. T. Th.i> Largest Cities in TEXAS, OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN TERRITORY Are all located on the MISSOURI, KANSAS TEXAS RAILWAY. l'. S. This is a. reason why you should travel .-ind ship your freight via WE DON'T WANT YOU TO MOVE FROM HERE TO THERE. As we have spent time and money in our efforts to settle the great southwest, and if you are not satisfied with your location, perhaps we can tell you of some other good place, not far away; if not, and you want to go west, we have some great bar- gains in example, between March first and May fifteenth, you can go to California for and corespond- ingly lowcosttoOreRon, I. McNAIR, Agent, hosier kerchief-. nr.ii oric IOC 'i'o'.ve.s. a at thet'i IOC I4C. 25C pail- Do kr.ow soil notion-. outtons, comb.-. ali kinds hair ]iir..-. i-ibbon, thread, safty pins. Collar buttons, hat pins, tablet-, and stationery. Yes we handle a nice line of good writing tablet for 5C I'enciis. t 'Id (rlorv .the usual oi-- kind we can sell you 'J of them for 5C Variety is the Spice of Life.... Then you will liud it here. Come and see the many lines represented. v goods at priced in plain figures at their Lowest Net Spot Cash Retail Values... V f I Nickel Store, i S. M.'Sha-w, Prop Phone 77. Broadway, 3 doors North of Post {NEWSPAPER! {NEWSPAPER!   

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