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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                WEATHER FORECAST. Indian Territory: Tonight and Knd'iy colder; fair. Temperature. The thonuoiuetei in front of the News ottii o registered follows- At a. m.. At p. in.. LOCAL NEWS Anna and Either French went to Stonewall today. H. Richard, of Jesse, was shopping in the oity Saturday. Get a White Spot and be hap pv, at Nolen's drug store only m ot wiH buy tny full blood four gallon Jersey row. 4l-lt A..I. French. A reul estate mortgage, if written ou the blank" we sell, will hold The Mews 52-tf E. liardm v clay. Phone No I And 5 p. m Cia-w let I wall toJa.v Garden -eed lc Lowden Jr-lnr.ey as in Owl to- 1-J-tl went to Stone package. 17 tf S. Kerr WHS in attendunee at the pionic today. Try H White Spot, at Nolen's stoie. tit Will Co i kish eame in from tloldonv ev See r. K. >nuth t'o: up to now nhoto ITi-J-t; A. M. llarrol eame in this niornin.tr Irom Weleetka The best ou earth, the White at Rolen's druu stote. ot'-i't S. M e Sundtiv ou a tmsines- trip to Kan-us C'.tv Ueal estate blanks at the News otti( e tl. lioldstiek, of St Louis, was a business visitoi n Ada toduv. Tobe leturned from Texws Friday evening, and sa.vs he K coming hack to Ada to live. Dr. O, M. Uu-ant. dentist, IOCK- tetl in Conn-Little building, phone N.I Mi-s C'ora Aklerson lett this morning on the Frisco tor her home at Van Alstyne. Toxa-. Aldrich iV: Ixiiuud are clo-ing out their bulk warden >eed re- of cost. lOt Dr. F Holley, will open the the sei vices- at the Christian church Sunday evening. oi and ruion oat- to close, 15c or for vV 17 tt Lawrence M. of City, :i- business ill Ada Saturday lliggms and u'lte in Stonewall toila.v in at the Confederate incnie. Get a White Spot in your Have a few, t to vu. Herv? ti.ey Snu.tr. Ib- for (_'liiiu-Ue .soup. bar for SilK lO.ip. I! bur-, bars for l-'t-i n -IMP 'i bar- ,1 ii'ooil homin v i an- i DI-II sir i n 1'iiiu' mill; bluinc Heretofore it ha- not oeen out policy to advertise. but we want the peojile to know our prices. Our .i-a'.teel you t iiumey ALDRICH RINARD. I Clock Factory for Tulsa. I. T., May b'--A deal has been clo-ed whereby a clock factory with an output of 400 per day, employing clockniaUer- and having a Capital'xatior ot has Deeu -eeiii'fd tor TuKa. Work on the i'tctoo buildings will com- mence immediately Tlii- i- the only plant of the kind in the West. The output of the plant for the Krst year has been sold. K. A, Uazzett. of .Ninth Bend, lud., is at the head of the eoinpany organ- ixed. Contract too Good to Lose. Guthrie, Miiy 0 -A v'yor- ou- liglit i- to bi> begun within a ew to prevent the removal ot tlie patients at tht-- Muntar.uui at Norman to the a-ylum which it i- proposed to establish tit the old military reservation at Fort Sup- ply. The suit hay not been brought -sooner because the stock- holders ol the sanitarium wished 1 i t unti -o definite HI t.i ua- taken towaid the removal of the psitients. The visit of (tov .mil Lhf iioartl of trustees to tlnU jjln ace 1'rof. Humpei-.of Hebee, tor 'ive -ti.re ent- at Nolen's drug was .1 pleasant caller at the. Xcw White The UIUK o; the at Nolen's drui; stot Jo wife and bao.v eame in Cioin Fiid.-iy eveuui.tr Corn -ind tomatoes, thu-e tails for Lowdea X. Slur'ov IT-tt Miss (iotet' Hu'LCi: it-ft th's noon for her i-.o.ne at Texas. Meet me at Nolen's dtuy store and take a White Spot or me f-t ervices at the Cum beiland I'reshv toruin church Mm Jay morning au.l even-nn S am-1- 'iv Tucket, were fioin Auhnoiv !a-t mirht on then to the Monevv all plena- 1 vou seen that we are iiiir N can o i clnUiien, s.-o Kosa Hyrna.. this evening on Mr-. Uoaeh a he. sister, M went to Franci a visit- The White Spot cigai be- fore for less than ten cent-', now live cents at Nolen's drug store. G'> tit Mi-s lea1, e Sunday morn ins; for n -tMera! weeks visit with fne" I- it >i man, IVxas Coiiiiuencing Mm.iKr. i will cut and m ikt v chsi'tre, a jo 'J er of pants, with a .si.it Clirt wood, the t'ti'or, next dooi to po-tottn-e of Aniiiion-. a Baptist minist'1! o: some note, will jin-ach at f e church tomoi i ow at M o'clock. one invited to attend aml-on e w ith a 'Mo- Mr- W. S Ken ami children left this mornmir lor Wai o. Texas, on an extended visit Otis Weave: is in Stonewall today where he will the Confederates and Son- and of Miss Ira Lindsay returned to her home at TaiktMl this after otlieo tod-iy. He reports ;i rain m hi- section or the lOiinf Thur-uis bur none F'-'dn.v Mr-. John leceivn, message ti.i- moriunu the chih: o! he. s -lei, M llord. of was -ie M i. -ind Mi s Hfdid t on t noon t' a.n tor t: at pi u c Barkei whi i. am- W I t I Co Mi. the A s dn.ee to ir e i pu: I'luis Join s intere-t in 'he intect one- aeiititie i :iiui Wl be tie bu-'ne-- i- a thm o.igh confectionery :nu; 'eu ny epeiatedthe Klite (.'ontu t oiii" r at one tune Fine Berries w.'Were rie.s ented witi from the noon, accompanied by Olhe garden o! Mi- Joe 1! le- which in .ind qu.'thty equal thos" raiseu in Mr. C.istleherry. t-n o: tin- oeriie- rilled a thread and a delu ,oiis il-uoi 'I hey were ol the Ctesiem variety' and i ou M we Keep ti i'in we would for the heueht o those froi; Lee. wlio -pemi Sunday witli her. Miss Lindsey has been sistinp in Mrs. W. A. Alex nulliner.x department Presbyteridfi 1're-ichiiiy .-t 1 a m. and s hon, at h1 a m. Jno A. Church. by the pa-- .am-, pa-toi AI Notice 1'Vllow- whether ,n To Whom It May Concern. All v. ho e not p lid their taxes tor 1 )01, please i-all and immediately, as I .iin now making "ut dciitupieut list tor publication. ,1 1 Warren. Ut tinder .yood -t indium or r.ot, are ear nestly leque-ted to he present at the hall Thuisd.i.s niyht May llth at T v member interested and should in-on hand t' M Chauncey. N. Lt. to Marshal. >X M.iy Ftivnk Stitr. wl.e churned ith -hot and Mu-'d I-'i'aii.c two ago in tne ner. sur-endered S. Marsha. Cordeil Fiidny. He :s in tl e Federal jail at Wewoka. Fdrmer Killed Kufaula, I T LOOK AT'IHF, Pretty Pictures in Our Window To the Public ig' Douglit the inteiestof P C Dunctui in the Duncan lien- ou West Main stieet. 1 take means of noti- f.Mr.ir the publn of the .same. All debts, note- and have been bj me. Thanking my pation-- for the pa-t favors and a continuance of the I am, Respectfully W r. Henderson Heavy Rains. 1-iiday night Avla was deluged by or.i- of the iams in the iiisti.i M! the cit} At 7 .'.0 o'clock eluud- eame up from the by thunder and vivid mny. In an hour the streets and ,v ards a sea o 'low places and You mnv h ive -nine oi the same buying ___ Fairy Soap A variety to select from for lo ovals, or you can have a little Fairy for one oval H S. IOBIN Hello No. 21 raging torrents. In the southeast ami southwest Colonel John Golobie. editoi of portions of the city a number of j the State Register, has made a houses were Hooded and several families were assisted out of thoir by the aid of Manse Purchased. The committee, consisting of W. H. Broad foot J. T. Hig- gins, for the church, closed a deal this morn- ing whereby the church becomes the owner of the property at 18th and Rennie, at a cost of purchased from I. M. King. The property consists of 10u feet front, a four room house and a barn. The house will be moved and placed on a new foundation and other improvement made, which when completed will make a snug little home for the little minister and his estimable family, .startling oiler. tie agrees to give what he terms a valuable a life subscription to his paper to the Oklahoma-born girl who has been married, becomes a mother and has a baby of her He says this is possible, sixteen vears for Oklahoma is- old, The Daily Leader, however, Golobie one better and of- fers a life subscription to the Ok- lahoma born young woman who will take Golobie for a husband. He is now 40 and still a bachelor. Not to be outdone, the State Capital offers a life subscription to the two Oklahoma-born girls who will marry Golobie and Editor Leslie Ni black, of the Leader, who is still on the shady side of 30 and still single. WANTS Fou nice four room huuwe on 16th Good well of water. Apply at and Prewitt's. 4" 2t rcj ie-idcnce and Main .street, a small double case yold watch, and chain. Liberal reward to the iir.dei A. K. Thornton. SO-tf Fou acres bot torn land, two mile1- west of Ada. Apply to .C- Wilburn. live miles west of Ada. tf FOK room house on 17th, aKo I roam house on Mh street John Beard For Kent- Thtee room house on loth Apply at Jours- A. iVIeadej W tt Fou I-iKN i'. tiieeroum finished hou-e on Ivtst Tenth street. Good wuiei and harn. Price, per month. See Otis Ii. Weaver. r letting the contract the repair I Pav Water Rent. Parties owing water rent are uuosted tocvll t' i- mayor'- ollice and pay aainu on wwter will br- cut oil. liy otder of council. Sia rio.N 10 ot ordinance -1 in view of i reads as follows: r of the sufficient active are (s considered for that to be token for tile removal o; the insane. !ti- -aid that be beyun with- in H few day-. A Crceonvj OcatM I >lond el I'ep- Up a d- tin-he i! t, i death. ,1. K llelie I'laine, Minn, writes that a men.I dicadfull.y i ti m red nis hond. which swelled up 1'lce pmsonintr. Uurk- len's Ai nic-i Saivi- drew out the po'sou. lu-i ed tia' and IJest in tluv world i minis and soi-es. L'.II.- at Cl.uU'-- and lloHi-v s, stores. Watej' rents will be due and payable quarterly in achance. on tlie first day of January, April. July and October, at the office of the Recorder: if not paid within ten dtiy.s after due the wutei will j be turned oil without notice, an-1 will not be turned on igain until i all hack rents are pa id including1 the time it oil' and a i of oni' dolla" oxtiti V turning on again Tf. fee can ol ou: N'om ett- Tho niil the White store The Xe real estat will stand th atte tit I L'.irdmal cof Moss lV .'n's drug' i.t that e test. Abstracts to loan.. Inter-Married Citizens SURPLUS LAND and __ liiiina.'.c yompanics i i i -i ,-i 1 1 1 1 1'inj II! 1 J 1 7 I i- ii i iVI MM I, 11 -i l-lf.il l.u 1 in i 1 'I Mi'w k.- VI c .4 l> 111 Hi I "Ii Nil J-4 t I il'u i il 1 i mi 1 -il.7-1 1 r Loiq Time Lou Rales M ILL in j Optional ii- N i i.tt 1.1 .3 1 1. T lenn i''i -1 IT: I -i- II t ADA, I.T. THE 1CR CREAM SEASON Is now at i. ind an.! ou reuM" Elite Confectionery by Lightning. May Cox. a farmer living near Melette refuge undei a sj camere tree to yet out of a storm Friday when lightning struck the tiiv and he vvas killed m-t.inti.v Only Razors. Not Snakes. Kans-is City. May (i Clmrtes Mviins, a 'earber who came to Kansas C'tv from Ard-, more, 1 T., few dav ayo, was tined m pohc' coint Thurs day. He was found sleeping in the rai'road yard- nearth'1 depot and when -eaii h four ra, 01- weri- found in his shoes. I'.xpiamed to the ludjre that were r.ot used us weapons, ''iut that he hid them there to Icei'p the tramps water and the from robbing him. ravines uc-re Bachelor Editors prepared than to aii 1 leu- drinks are Gail and get it a Dish tl ai J Of n i Our Cream. "Things Worth Knowing' Austin, Texas Dallas, Texas Fort (iah Texas Penihon. Texas (iuthrie. T. Houston, Texas >HtH', I. T. Waco. Texas San Antonio. Shawnee, T. >outh McAlester. 1 Tulsa, I T. Oklahoma City. T. The Largest Cities in T. TEXAS. OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN TERRITORY Aie all located on the MISSOURI, KANSAS TEXAS RAILWAY. I'. S, This a reason you should and ship yotii a The W WE DON'T WANT YOU TO MOVE FROM HERE TO THERE. As we have spent time and money in our efforts to settle the ureat 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 yon want to go west, we have some great bar- gains in example, between March first and May you can go to California for and corc-spond- ingly low cost to Oregon, Washington, etc. I- McNAIR, Agent, Frisco System. 1 Nickel Store Solicit a share of Your Trade KANDY! KANDY! are to have anothei our o! our FA- MOI'S he CANDY SALES Jvm.rd 'y MM.V the and May Stiilled chocolate dipped lill.v cups- chocolate chip-, maple cocoanut bcm bons, coroanut lit- tle butter cupis. butter scotch drop-, and many other kind" worth from to regular, come buy all yo" want at iOc pound. It- would pay to tour through our store. will start you ul renter c mimrncinff witli the 5c counter, loaded with a mapniticent display ol 
                            

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