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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                WEATHER FORECAST. Indian Territory: Tonight Friday coldor; fair. in T.emperature. 'I he thet'iuometet trout of the registered todn.v follows At S a. in.. At p. m.. LOCAL NEWS No m- pei i s a. m. 1-J-tf ui from package. 17-tf Phone and 5 p. Clarence Leo Davi- la-t night. -eeil Ic Lowden >hinoy 1'. White, of iMtx.hugh, seen or, our street- today, ;i White >pot. at Nolen's drug store. oti-tit Mr-, .lohn lord went to Monewall on the noon tram See P. K. Smith fo: photo k up to- now 1 Harry Boiler went bo ShaWnee on the afternoon train. Get a White Spot and be hap- py, at Nolen V drug store only. 8b'-0t Hiu-by left this alternoon for liis home at Kouawa. Henley iSi Miles' ten day- sale poMtivtjiy looses Saturday. The family of M. L. Walsh had new potatoes out ol then- own garden ter dinner today. A real estate mortgage, if written on the wo .-ell. will hold water. The New-. o'2-tf Hen lev -X carry the best stock. Tntil Saturday very much redm-ed voices prevail. Little Waiter Oliver, nephew of Mrs. M- t-i. Wnlsh. quite sick with mumps at this writing O, M. dentist, locu- ted in Conn-Little budding, phone lso tf Aldru-h A: Umanl are closing lout their bulk sf-.irden of cost. I'o-tma-ter (i. N, V.'aldby of Behe'e. min-acted busines- in Ada todu.N lie report.- i -eed re- lUMOt le.-ue- thi> evening thing a- progressing on a hu-ines- trip to >t. Louis, jn iiis >ection of the country. The be-t on earth, the White; Henley oC. price cutting at Nolen'> drug-toze. positively Saturday, A. J. French has returned May 0. Have a few word.- to >ay to Here they are: I.'.IU- for C'luiri't tc bar.- i'> Iwr- for Silk 'l :ir. bur- for I'Yrn -imp i> 3 onus hoaiiuy fan- ffood onru i-uiis IMHS I liuio nulk l IIDNO- bluing pui'Uum1- -.tilt loluH'c.v p-.-r t' 1C KIOV tiici'tivi lui'i'i Hlai'U lu-r Tonui --i-i O'u lliuu'-t '-null Heretolore it ha- not been our policy to advertise, but we want the people to know our prices Our good1- a ar.ti iV. o vour moiiev oat'k. ALDRICH RIiNARD. Fifteen Years in Prison. Oklt-hom'a City. Ok., May 5 a grocery man, onvictedof criminal a.-siultuuon >is li yeaf-old stepdaughter, Thuj-sday sentenced to fifteen in the (Territorial prison. Flower Parade at Ardmore. Arclmoie. 1 T. May 5.-The feature- ol' big -treet carnivnl in progress he-i- the (lower parade, which was viewed by bundled-. Tin-- was headed by UK- Fif-t llegimont and Carnival Bund-. irom a tni-ine.s- trip to Lindsay Keal estate mortg.ige the News ollice. blanks at 32-tf Banner l.'e or Shirle.N and two William Curnagton. tho boot black at Chapman'- -hoc store, i> the provd owner of a new watch. The king o: cigat-. the Soot, it Nolen's drily >ture. oi> ,1. K and 'l'tt motning fo- a at Ureen- ville, Texas Corn and tomatoes, three c.m- for Louden .X. Shir'ex. 17-tf V. L Meed and children will leave in the morning for a vis-it with lu-i parents :it We- tumkfl Meet moat Nolen's druir -tore and taive a White -Spot ou me. o'5-Ht oi.ii1 packages oi t'nicm oat- to elos-i for Lowden 17 tf Mi- Fner-on, who has clmrge of the 1th grade in the N'oith Adn took hei children White t picnic ing on this after- noon. The children enjoyed a ni e dinner in true picnic styie Pon't be ob-tmate when N ou can -ive money at Henley OC. Hues. Sale Saturday Notice School is Out Today v. a.- ti.c U-t cia> of scliooi. in afternoor, son.e of the yrade- were a p.L-inc their teui.'hers. Ir. >ome of room- were be.d w lule -oLPo of the g i e the afternoon to th" completing -u-d g- tiding of Ah (Hlu [''ellov.- in uidmu or not, are ear- nestly requested to be present at the hall next Thursday night May Hth at 7 -4Ti. Every member i" interested and should on hand C M. Chauneey, N. G Found an Infernal Machine. Fruia.v j a' title to I'arry o1'. t'.ie watei luery barn, v. came ac 10--an infernal mnrhine. which no ad !-i.n tiier-'- some time. The devxco wa- in le form o. cube, was about one Hud t inche- iu diameter and thiee inche- in length. It iA'a- Brakeman Loses an Arm. South McAiester, 1. T., May Patrick Garrity, a brakeman on the ereu at place, Thursday evenirg at Alderson, in throwing u switch, slipped and fell under the car-, hi- right arm [being cutot! at the elbow. He i was brought IP. All Saints' ho- pital here. Negro Porter Badly Wounded. S -nth McAle-t'-i, 1 T.. May Mayton, a negio por- ti-11. wa- -hut ur.d seveiei.s in- nit eel in the barber .-hop of .lohn N'om Thursday night. A charge ol -hot fioni a shotgun, tiied through the door leading to the oath department, -truck hill, in both leg- tlie knees, -lohn Norn, pioprietoi shop. arre-toJ and pl-u-ed jail in clu- of A Creoi'ioq Dealt- poisoi. creep- tossard- ti.e he.n t, causing death. K. s Learn-, Belli1 Plaint'. Minn., write.-, that a .iieu'l dreadfully njured i..- h-xinl. -welled u'- olooJ poisoning. Huck- i-Mi'- Arnic.i Salve drev out tiie poison, i.i-.t.ed the anil hi" life. in the world :oi ouriis. anil -ore- at Clark'- and Holiev drug -tores WANTS FOR nice four room house on West 16th street Good well of water. Apply at Baugh and Pi'ewitt'a. 4" 2t m.v and Main ntreet, a smalt double case gold watch, and chain. Liberal reward to the tinder A. K. Thornton. 39-tf Fan acres bot- tom land, two mile1- of Ada. Apply to C. Wilburn. five miles of Ada. Fou rnonz house on 17th, aNo 4 room house on sth sti'eet John W. Beard 157-41 For Kent: Three room house on loth street. HKXT tiueeroom finished hou-e or_ Kiint Tenth >treet. Good waier and barn. Price. month Oti- B. Weaver. Pay Water Rent. Parlies owing water rent are quested to call mayor'- otnce and pay the on will be cut off. By order of council. SUCTION LU ot ordmancu as follows: Water rents will be duo and j payable quaiterl.v in on the tirst day of January. April, i July und October, at the office of I the Ilocorder: if not paid ten days, after due the wutei will! be turned oil without notice, and will not be turned on again until' all back rents are paid including the time it w-i- cut off and a ch irge of one dul'.a- extra for turning on again a can of uui Cardinal cof-1 fee None bette- Mos- vt ticribnet The uftei dinner cjgar, the White spot. Nolen'- drug store lit The Ni-.v.- ojhcc h.i- real estate mortirige b' will stand the teat. o -at- K- that .John Bower-, mother J. F. Bowers, left this morning for her home at Sherman, Texas, after a two week- visit with her son and familv Kight in tne heau of tue sea- .-on goods almo-t at own Kverytlung reduced it Henley prjco dt Herloy ,V Riles until Get a White Spot in vour face Wltl: n.tro-glyc-or.ne, or a sub- for live at Nolen's drug stixnte it. vluea tne iriture of powder, and wa- sealed with, a cap, and was powerful enough to blow the whole block into sever: states.  atuulay C. and nf Tuiga. Texas, parent- of G W ol the firm of Cox Greer. i-sme in Thur-Jay even fo; a v t with their >on and Coiumenctug Moi.uay, 1 will cut and make without tra clmrge, a O' pair of pant- with every order for a >uit. Chitwood. the tailor, next dooi to underweui reduced at G. wife and dauirh ter, Julia, left this afternoon for after Saturday. To Las Vegas, Deputy Marshal Ed Pitent- left or the west bound Katy for Las Vega-. Now Mexi- here he i- a witne-s in the Bi-hop tiam robbery cast. He wil be a'l-ent some nttcei. ilay-. How it came there is a but tl.fre several about the mattei and t''it- may Thanks. Oklahoma after a range are giving away with with Mrs. Wilson's -i-tei-. can .lack Strief and Miss Gallagher The Spot cigai he- fore for ttmn ten cent- now five cunt-i -tore. Nolen's drug li.e News force wa- treatod l-'riday afternoon t  were the Ada C.'uuU- a-id Ice Cream Co and Ciothmc. -hoe-, dtvs -kirts, m the hou-e from tl.e intact editor to ti.e h..- spoon Bile-, until in than ten urnute- after .ts an ua. The cretin maple oy pec> pie fir air. that wo e eaten in Ada, anywhere, flse for that LI attei. It i-1 made from pure Jer-oy creaiu, brought ir fresh fron the Crow ranch ON cry morning. It Lias n ri> h strawberries we ha% e ever tlavor aud an excelleiit bod> They are from the garden The company the oe-t w, Abstracts to Loan.. FIRE ___> i Insurance Companies Pep'essnted Inter-Married 1 SURPLUS LAND and i--. l n I.IPMH I" I (Term in i 1 M U.> i M -c I t  .a Optional Pavnicnts i l.l W.VH T'. I 7v) K ADA. I.T. .if ter Saturday Have you seen that 3t handsome in of baking cnbner lit The Biggest Yet This ollice is in receipt of the, THE ICE CREAM SEASON n YOJ tir Elite Confectionery I'-r den i. ion u tKni cvt-r to upo'i me Call and get It- Dish of Our Cream. uf W C. Castleberry and are as large as> peache-, one of them measuring four and a half inche- in circumference and twelve of them weighed a pound. ceiver of the defunct l Who can beat them." Bank Thur-day pu'.d an- es of the entire News for. iv Receivers Pay Dividends. I'onca City. Ok.. Muy AT THE To Whom It May Concern. All per-on" who have not paid their taxes for IU04. will plea.-e other 10 per f-nt ro'tiie i depositor.- thus far paid 1 of T" per cent Receivei Denton Pretty Pictures Our Window in ettle immediately, as I of t Citi .ens' Bank of doiiiuj.ient lOnid a div'der.i! of P' pei cs-nt to a total of t't'r- i I'O pei cent paid, Enrollment of Indian Babies Muskogee, I- T May At call am ncv n akuiu: out list tot pi hl.c-ation. 1 Kn f To the Public. bought the inteit'-t of Duncan in the Duncan i.C I midnight. May the rolls were' You tniiy liavt' -oine oi tlie siiine by buying Fairy Soap A large variety to Delect from for IU ovals, or you can have a little Fairy for one oval...... i 10BIN HlllO NO. 2! i. >V IS l ll V-tpVi_i ill UlIC IJ 1_ tV 1 i 1 1 V. U i derson on We-t Main dosed ,or the application for en- .street. 1 take thi-j means of noti- rollment of Indian children in 'Things Worth Knowing' Au-fin, Dal hi-., Texas Fort Worth, Texas (4 ah e-ton, Uenison. Texas (iuthne, O. T Tiou-ton, Texas Muslcogee, I. T. Waco, Texa- San Antonio, Shtiwnee, O. T MeAlester, 1 T. Tulsa, 1. T. Oklahoma Citv. O T. The Largest Citie- in TERRITORY TEXAS, OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN Are ail located on the MISSOURI, KANSAS TEXAS RAILWAY. P. S, a rea-on you should travel and ship your freight via "The Katy." f.> ing the public of the same. All debts, notes and account1' have the Creek. Choctaw rr. and Semiuoie Nations. Since been a-iumed me. Ihankincr lor the pa-t May 2j' mi> Up to March 4' ame, T my and a continuance of the v aui, Respectfully W. P. Henderson. Picnic at Stonewall. The Confedeiate and Sons of Confederate of the Stonewall country assisted by the citizens and commercial club of Stonewall will give a basket picnic at Stonewall, on Saturday, May 6, The people of Ada and surrounding country arecordially invited to attend. There will be good band music and prominent .Speakers to entertain the people. One and one-third fare on the Katy railroad. a rough estimate places the number of Indian children born in the above nations at Field parties are arriving daily and re- porting their work to the Dawes Commission in this oity. All the parties have not yet returned and the exact number can not be In the Creek Nation applications have been re- ceived. It is estimated that have been enrolled in the Choc- taw and Chickasaw Nations and the Seininole Nation, in round numbers, a 400 in which total of about WE DON'T WANT YOU TO MOVE FROM HERS TO THERE. As we have spent time and money in our etl'orts to settle the great southwest, and if you are not satisfied with your location, perhap- we can tell you of souae other good place, not far away; it not, and you want to go west, we have some great bar- gains in example, between March fa'rat and May fifteenth, you can go to California for and cor es pond- ingly low cost to Oregon, Washington, etc. Aelr I- McNAIR, Agent, Frispo System. Nickel Store Solicit a share of Your Trade KANDY! KAINDY! Wo are goii.g to have another one- 01 our FA- MOl'S k'C CANDV .SALES May and l-Miurday May 1H Stulted dittos. fehoroiatc- dipped eaiameLs, (illy eup.- chocolate chip-, maide cocoanut bon bons, tig cocoanut lit- tle butter cups, butter -cotcli drop-, and many other worth from to regular, come buy all yoi1 at LUc per pound. It would pay you to take a tour through our -tore. Wu will start you our center counter-. commencing with the 5c counter, loaded with ;i magnificent di-play of troods at 3C, 4C and 5C Next to our lOc counter, laden good- at 8C, 9C and IOC each Nov. we would have you see our great variety of glassware. China, queen- ware, ena.ueled ware, tin- war.-, stoneware, etc. dinner -et-. composed of the mo-t use- ful for a small fam- ily in dainty 'lower decor- ations, nice enough for any purpose, set 25 .X a new briglit rost pattern in semi-porcelain u e en s- you 75C set I'latet to match above cups A- siucer-. set 75C t >iii "Jiuhe-   iini'o tef-t IOC pol 3- oiiiu I OOF- pcv ou it any t'.iii hne. '.I V. ill'. 5C IOC 25C to M.-. for laix, teet ,0. Kxie 25C ihu- I.' in one IOC t- x cod at u'_- n way 5C it .own lOc Tovei.-. i.tvt. .1 at ti cm IOC I4C 25C pair' DL. v. o -sell comb-. at. kind- hair ribixn.. thread, safty pins, collar hat pin-. tablet-. and -tationery. we handle a ou-e line oi good writing tablet for 5C 1'enfiljj. Old dlorv .the usual oi- kind we can sell you of them for 5C Variety is the Spice of Life Then will dnu it here. Come and >ee the many lines represented. >ur {roods are priced in plain figures at their Lowest Net Spot Cash Retail Values. Nickel Store, I S. M. Shaw, Prop PKotve 77. Broadway, o North of Post Office. V iNFW SPA PERI IF.WSPAPF   

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