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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma WEATHER FORECAST. Indian 'IVi-ritoY.v: Tonight and Friday colder: fair. Temperature. The big thermoinetei in front of the New- otlieo registered today a- follows: At 8 a. m.. At P. m.. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. M. D. Steiner ill today. Phone No. I between u. in. 5 p. MI- l--t' Dick and K-c Couch spent Sun- day night in Koimwa t-iarden seed Ic per package. Lowdon X Shirley. 17-tf Dr. Ueuwme and wife, of Allen, nre in the city today. See P. K. Smith for photo work. A. M. of Allen. an Ada visitor today. Corr. tomatoes, three for -Jin'. Lowden Shirley. IT-tf Miss Pearl Kee is ill today and confined to her home. Dr. O, M. Bisant. dentist, loca- ted in Conn-Little building, phone No. Thompson of Aiosn, is in town to-dav. ,1 E. Coupon was vip from Hickory on business to-day-- W. H. H.van, of Hickory, was a business visitor in Adato-dav. Mrs. Henry Kuriuuu and child- ren will visit in Ardmore and Ft. Worth for several weeks. .Judge Funuan is in Marietta, 1. T., where he i- interested in u murder cnse W. G. Broodfnot and little sou are at Forney. Texas. They will he uone a week. Ke ports from Hickory state there was uo rain at that place last Friday and moisture is need- ed badly there Miss Dona Holla way. who IMS been visiting the Charlton fam- ily for the past week has gone to her home at Center. Miss I'A'ti Houston, who wa> employed'as teacher in the c-ity schools, left morning i'or her home at Piano, Texas. li. C. Cox and wife, who have been visiting their son, Ueo. W. up-to-uow left this morn- ing for their home at Tiogn, Tex. There will be a meeting of Ada Chapter K. on Thursday, May U for the election of for the ensuing year. Mus. Mary L. Tower-. W. M. ,1. K. Pullem, who 1ms for time held a clerkship with Cox-lieeer Dry Goods Co has srone to whe-ro he will spend the summer. Confederates Have a few to .say to y.'U. Here they are; I.' lb> for SI.W I'luin'lU- H bar.-. 10 bur> f.M- 1.00 Silk soup. :i 10 ;sr, bur- for 1.00 I'Yrn vinip'.i 3 onus :i can.-, jrooil ooru bt'rtiu-...... (tnif lui'ik IIOM.'> UluiiijT In K x i.' Slur lobucfi> PIT It' 1-'.. Rioi' rtM'nvillr Hi iii'iTii vil'.r i'i'i' Hi HUu'k lifiir VUT Ti'nnrj-i'o Th'- of the VVui Hryd Ciunp Con fe.lt- rate Vet- held a meeting Sunday in H number of the I Sons piirticipafed. Brecken- was chosen as sponger to represent the camp Ht the Louis ville reunion. By mutual agree- ment rtie Cnmp. Daughters and will meet :tt Union 'null Thursday at p tu. iniilte arranyeuir-iu.- for tho re- union to he held in Ada in July next. To the Public Having bought the interest of P.L'. Duncan in the Duncan Ov: Heu- on Main WANTS! j LOST: Between m.v reside nc-e j and Main street, a small trouble; case watch, and cimin.! re'ward to ?he tinder. A. K. Thornton Twenty acre.s bot- tom land, two mile." west of .-Via. Apply to C. S. Wilbnrn. ttvej miles west of Ada. For Kent: room house! on loth street. Apply at Jouesj Meaders. 80-tf Foit. KKNT, three room Tenth i barn. street, I take means of noti- fying the public of the .same All debts, note? and account.- have been a--'iimed me. Thanking my putron- '.'or tlio rnvors and n continuance of flit am. Kespectl'ully ii'J-ilH P. Henderson. Hnished house on l-Last street. Good Price, c Otis H. Weave'r. wuier and cer uiotnii. Pay Water Rent. Partie Heretofore it has not been our policy to advertise, hut we want the people to know our prices. Our ijood> antce'! your money back. ALDWCH RINARD. Miss Uessie Allen, who ha> i been vi-itiny her unc'ie and aunt, F. W. Meader> and wife, will i i leave in the morninsr for The News ortk-e ha.- for real estate mort-iras.ro that; ,lt LadoniH, Texas. Trill stand the :'-2-tf Mis- Mittu Jert' Stout wa- a Saturday evening visitor. A rest! estate mortgage, if written on the blank's we -ell. will hold water. The oi-tf Rev. J. W. came in from Stonewall this morning. Mis- Mittie Arnold, of Konawa, who been visiting the family o'J W. C. Lee for -everal days, returned to her home this evening. Miss C'ase has moved her studio to the re-idence of T. sS. where she will reside Stonewall Veterans Picnic The Confederate and of picnic at Stone- wall Saturday was attended by live or hundred people. The heavy the day and night fore made it I'or ai; thr to Attend. At o'clock the Veterans in charge of Dr. .1. 11- Collin-, who nuirshu; of the marched tu the Grounds keeping to th.- mush- the drum. .ving a: e I j requested to call at tr...- mayor's om'ce and pay the saint on water will be cut off. By order council. j A have purchas- SECTION 10 of ordinance >1 cd the eand.v department of the reads as follows: Ada Candy nnd Ice Cream Co.. 1 Water rents, will he due aad They are making payable quarterly iu advance, on j in an up-to-date ice rren.ii first day of April.' in ihe now July and Octobei, the office 01 pied by fiiem on West Main j the Recorder: if not paid within street ten days after due the wutei will' be turned otl'without notice, and Notice i 4. i will not be turned on, again until All Odd Fellow- whether in all buck rents are paid including, good or not, are ear-1 the time it was cut off and u; nestly reiiue-ted to be present at! chirsre of one dollar extra i'or the hall next Thursday niyht May j turninir on again. llth at Kvery member is nnd should on hand, i Heal estate blanks at, C. M. Chauncey. N. G. i tlie News ottice. 32-tr during the summer. Scholar- Aldru-h .v Uinardj are tjlosp wiu notice of the fact. 415 It out their bulk irurden >eed ss of cost. City Mar.-ha: A. Hojrue, of Fraiii-is, was an Ada visitor to- day. Deputy Marshal John Chau- man is in Stonewall today on of- ficial business. 360 packages of Banner nnd Union to close, 15c or two states for 2oc. Lowden Shirlev. 17 tf Van Bales has accepted a po- sition in the.I. DurTa! con- fectionery. Tom D. McKeowr. WHS seriously hurt thi-" while horse-bne'K r i-lir.i: i-arried Mi-s Sallie Mat of the Stonewall and wlu> so ably and deftly the dnmi sticks MS i-nuhl a roai Kd ToriaJi will leave this oven- bov x" ll Judge Henry M ina for Court land. Ala. He will be accompanied as far as St. Louis by Miss Margaret Hebman. who will visit there for a In a letter from K. Simp- son, now at Florence, Ala., he that old homo town looks jrooa u> him, but Ada i.s his choice of home and that he will r. i livered a splendid addre-s of Jotferson T. I'lu-e.-t and appreciative at tontion was given and when Mr. Knrnuin had tinislied he receive.! a ger.ii.ne ...ivation. Next Commander of the Territory Si.a- was called to the After explaining to the Veteran- and Son- his com- to Loan- FIRE Insurance Companies Represented. of Inter-Married Citizens SURPLUS LAND and Long Time. Low Hales. Optional Payments n M ll N i MV BRALEY EBEY ADA, I.T. n See "A Fee.- in Tuesday- night a: Admission ant (ieu. CTiirwe'ii, o: Kan., is b1 Aria. So! arid .i T.V. i '.v.tii near Sun The Mr.-. J. I'. Kiel: vs. A. .1. Mcl-'arlin re. ..very ufa debt o: l-i-icve Judge Tniiiott tii ilay. F.-'renui i Saturday evening' for home in renti'-ssce ufter rini-hina: :I-M' term uf at Center be oack by end of the week. t 'oni m e lie nir Nluinlay, .May 1 wilt out nnd make without ex- tra every "rdor for a suit. V-'iiitw oiui. the tniior, next door to u' ihi- briciv plant again U-en ileiayeii mi account of the wet weather Last Fridft.v's t u a fount S to a speech, friend and h-r. Col. JSid- Chauncey. Morri.-, Ha7.eS Kotseh. o i e n Orchard, Jewel Broad foot, Hujjh Biles, Elbert Keed. Erma Emma Thompson, Ira Gregg, Susie Taylor. Price, Clemie Bat- ringer. Buys and sells' all kinds of second hand good- Furniture Repairing a Specialty Call and xee us, or .send in your broken furniture. BILL'S SECOND HAND STORE.
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