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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma y WEATHER FORECAST. Indian Territory: Tonight and Friday colder: fair Temperature. The hiij theraioim'toi m front of the New- ollire registered today a- follows: At 8 a, m......' At o p. m.. LOCAL NEWS i Phone No. 1 between p. m. M. Wal-eli wa.- down Francis Monday. Harden >eed U a. m. l-.'-tf from package. 17-tf visiting in Lowden X Shirley. Mrs Ktlie Davis Okemah this week. See I'. K. Smith for up-to-now hoto work. 15'J-tf J. H. Luther.ir was a Sulphur vis-tor today. Corn ami tomatoes, three cans for li.V. Oc Slm-vy 17 11' Cieorge returned i-'ratu'i- this morning. Perry Lanhim, of Center, i-in the city today. Dr. O, M. Hi.-aut. dentist, loca- ted in Conn-Little building, phone No. Camelius Nelson and family, of Urtited Sons Meet. M.ondny afternoon the Ada camp ot United Sons of Con- federate Veterans met 'in the Hatlirt oln'ces for the purpose of selecting si committee to meet with thft. Veterans' and 1 to do the needful in for the (..'iiifkasHxv Veterans' re union in Ada next July. In the of Captain Crawford, Adjutant dirts. Little presided. C. C. and Stone to- KOther with the chairman were, appointed to constitute the com- A'.hos-a, are today. hoppiny; in tho city J. r. Hell, J. T. Maker and Hee ir tho of v-ity today. Duke Stone i> .U Wowoka thi- The News ortice ha.- >aie real estate blank- that stand tho Owl Cyclone Benefit. The following have subscribed to the Owl cyclone benefit fund, and left the saint in wire of Miss Jernigan at the News ollice: John W, Iteard....... Tom Hope........ M.OO John liiuard -J 50 Orville Snead.......... J.OU O. K. Cannon Otis H. Weaver 10.UO Frank Jones Miss Mollie Jernigdn 100 E. W. Ihirdin..................... 10.00 Otis R. Weaves. Our friend, the incorrigible vin- marriftgeablf John Kotl Ivigle, pleased us by a little vi.-it today. John says he is just completing a treatise on ''Huehe- lor- Can and that it is most practicle; that before he would accept to be accused of in- dulging in theoretical haluriua- tions, be would get married him- self. Miss Marie Haven of DenisGH. Texas, who fur three months has i Recital Futon's Class j i at Opera House Tuesday Evening, j ion Mary I'ritv. i Caw _ 1 hviiHrd. Ke.'iding Fulton Recitation Ko'tseh "A Fete in Fiuwey Have a few. to" Y...U. Here they 1." lb.- for CluiroUo Moap, bur.- bill's for SilU Mxip, It :i.) bars for IVrii burs ;.t oan.s youil hominy onus g'Ood I'orn I! cans string ii put'k Kxool'.o '.T, Slur lobiu'i'ii por lb K. Hi i- 1- ri'i'iu-ilh' PIT >b Na-bvilio 1 in-i-H villr il, lihii'K Hi-ar pl'ii-' I." 'I'lMIIU'SM-l1 I'l'llS- I'itU' Ili'lii'-! per ji'lu-.- -.'0 Heretofore it ha- not been our policy to advertise, but we want the people to know our prices. Our a1.'.' r-'a'-antct'fi n- your money back. To the Public Hav'nic bought the-interest of P (J.Duncan in >.t 1 len- bnsines> nn U'est Main 1 street, 1 take means of noti- I the public of the All have been si-rumed me. Thanking1 iny ptitrons for the favors and a continuance of the I am. Respectfully W. P. Henderson. Notice to Contractors. Bids will he received nt my of- fice, corner 17th and Oftk streets, till 4 p. m., May Ui. for a busi- ness house at Stone'wall. 1. T., for Kollow Jackson. Kipht reserved to reject any or all bids. vi. H. Keen. Architect. -I W A NT S nay residence and Main street, a small double cuse gold, watch, and' chain. Li born-1 'reward to the finder. A. K. Thornton- 8SMf Fun acres bot- tom land, two miles west of Ada. Apply to C- S. Wilburn. rive. miles we-t of Ada. tf For Kent: Three room house on 15th s-treet. Apply at .Tones A: MeadiM-s. FOR three room finished house on Tenth street. Good water and barn. Price. flt'.O" per month. See Otis 15. JVeaver. ALDRICH RINARD. PROGRAM >een the pleasant guest of her, sister Mrs. Frank Haven at the I Harris hotel, and a most welcome were ir the social visitor to be city, left Mon- :day afternoon for Oklahoma City attending: court for a visit, after which she will return tuber home nt Denison. For Sale One Third Cash, Balance on Time We have about one two and three room houses for sale at a bar- gain. All these houses rent well, and several are quite good, and well ed enough to make comfortable homes. SEE US NOW. BEARD ivtniu r an-.l L'nion o-it- to or t'.vi, for IT t f Marriage lii-eii-i-s i--iifd Tuesday iiiiii-ti'.ni: K. Lelley, age 31. and Anrii-- I'ett-iy. Sunrise Addition Lots, Many Mary 1'rice. Ciemie liar-j i Fairy Hills. I Pav Water Rent, water rent are! to call :it tb.e mayor's otn'i-e pay t'ue on wiii bi- order oft Have You Tried Freemont Grape Juice? witnout isirolioi. linest p.Kirkf' at thi- I'onotnin or by tin- bott'.e. We also seil MINERAL, Vi A T E R In any quantitv you desire. We have a big trade ir. Carton lee and v'anilla Nothing tiner for luci-h...... THe Elite Confectionery. nf i-'ranc-i.-. tieai estate n.-tiraiT'- ''IanUs at the News otti'-.-. ..I. II. ICroii" .lay morning for l-'t. Aiu. where In- wiii taki- i-barg'- :igent for the i and Sr. hou-e- are to be erected in !MJII- rise Aildltioii t'ui- summer. We .-liii own iois. evivry one of which should bt> i.eciipiod a nice home. They re for -aK.' at a very rfa-omibK- urictf. Otis Weaver." Ada Nat' 1 u i 1 d i n 1 ii t wit Revv.ird for Assassin. i ituhrio. i Twelve i "u doliar- i wa- off- i-seii today citi.n'u-, in addition ?3i'ij by Governor Ft-ryuson. for the of Kay the dry yoods merchant, killed by footpad here i tiree eeks re due and Pretty Pictures in Our Window Von may bave some of the same by buying Fairy Soap A large variety to select from for 10 ovals, or you can have a little Fairy for one oval...... JR. S.TIIH.I W UA Ol W A Motion Carried. Moved and seconded that we, The American Federation of La- bor, offer live centsas a reward to finder of one plum-bob lost noiHb time ago near Carney's livery barn. 4o-'2t. W. C. Rollow is erecting a neat residence on the corner of and Cherry Avenue. K. Chambers, of Francis, i.s attending t h o commissioner's court today. Mrs. .1. W. Uull'al, who has been very low for the past two weeks, is reported some better todry. Bunch Wright, an old timer of Ada, but now of Ft. passed through the city today with his bride for Ft. Worth where they will make their future home. Tom Nicholson, who was with the Ada "Browns" last year, passed through the city Monday from Stonewall en.route to Okla- homa City, where he goes on trial with the Oklahoma City "Mets." Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Red wine, of Allen, were in Ada today, Mr. Red wine being employed in a suit in commissioner's court. Mr. Redwine besides being a pretty good lawyer, ia the heavy quill pusher ajid general ramrod of the Allen Hustler. o: c romance i u- as pnvnin'- quarterly in advance, on tin; tir.-t day of January, April, .liny and October, at the office of i the Recorder; if not paid within ten days alter due the watei will be turned otT without notice, and will not be turned on again until nil buck rents are paid including the time it was cut oil and a clurge of one dollar extra for turning on again. Owl Cyclone Suffers. Having been appointed by the mayor W. C Duncan to receive subscriptions, and forward same to proper committees, ror the Owl destitute and those in need of assistance on account of the ter- rible cyclone at Owl EVidtfr, May j 5th. (accept the responsibility, and request all Ada people, who feel disposed, to leave their offer- ings lit the News otiioe in the care of my cashier, Miss Mollie Jeeue- gan who will make proper nota- tions of the character and amount of the donations and the names of tho good donator, which will be published in the evening News. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Parnell. Mrs. A. L. Dunn. Mis- Kdith kStorm and Little Mis.- Witma White, of Oklahoma City, sister, niece and step-daughter, respec- tively, of Mr. K. Parnell, proprietor of the Harris hotel, are the pleasant guests of the Parnell family this week. Mrs- Dunn is the mother of Mr. Kd Dunn, one of the leading citizens and democratic politicians of Oklahoma. Court Notes. Cases pending ia the commis- sioners court today, Watson Bros, vs A. M. Colvis et al, jury returned verdict for Plaintiff. Mrs. J. P. Rich va A. J. Me- Farlin, jury returned verdict for Plaintiff. Mr. and Mw. Mathews, of Roff, were visitors in city day. c, "Things Worth Knowing' Aii-tin, Texas Dallas, Texas Fort Texas Galve-ton. Texas Deiiison. Texas (iuthrio. O. T Houston. Texas Muskoyee, I. T. Waco. Toxa- San Antonio. Texas Shawnee, O. T- Soutli MeAlester. 1. T. Tiiki, I. T. Oklahoma City, O. T. The Largest Cities it: TEXAS, OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN TERRITORY Are all iocatod on the MISSOURI, KANSAS TEXAS RAILWAY. P. N a reason why you should travel and ship your freight via ''The K'aty." Bill's vSecond Hand Store Buys and sells all kinds of second hand good-. Ftirnitvire Repairing a Specialty Call and see us, or .-end in your broken furniture. BILL'S SECOND HAND STORE. of Harris Hotel SainpU' Room. WE DONfT WANT YOU TO MOVE FSOM HERETO THERE. As wo have spent time and money in our efforts to settle tho great southwest, and if you are'not satisfied with your location, perhaps we can tell you of 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 cores pond- ingly low cost to Oregon, Washington, etc. I. McNAIR, Agent, Frisco System. Nickel Store Solicit a share of Your Trade KANDY! KANDY! We are going to have another one of our FA- MOl-'S lOc CANDY SALKS .Saturday May and May Stutled d.itws. dipped caramels, liliy chocolate chips, maple-, drops, cocoanut bon-bons, lig A- saucer-, set 75C Odd dishe- A: bowls, all kinds of siiape.- sixe- 5c lOc I4c I9c, 24c 4 ball ser, 59c .-et 98C Furnisliod ti-hing line.-. 5C. IOC the 1C kind JJamboo n-ldugpole- 115 feet IOC Base ball- 5C IOC 25C us for late magazines and periodica'. kinds. Huggy whips, nearly any tiling you want in this line, a very good one IOC Window shades, all opa- ;_me window six feet ionL' 25C Kxeeiier.t values in ladies vest-, hosiery, 'hand- kerchief-, bought way down and priced at 5C A IOC Toweis. take a peep.at them IOC I4C 25C pair Do you know we sell notion-, pin-, buttons, all ki'nds hair pins, elastic. ribbon, thread, safty pins, collar buttons, hat pins, tablets, and stationery. Yes we handle a nice line of good writing tablet for 5C Pencils, Old Glorv ,the usual kind we can sell you 'J of them for 5C_ Variety is the Spice of Life.... Then you will liud it here. Coine and see the many lines represented. Our goods are priced in plain figures at their Lowest Net Spot Cash Retail Values... W Nickel Store, j S. M. Shaw. Prop Phone 77. Broadway, 3 North of Post Office iNEWSPA'FERr iNEWSPA'FERr
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