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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma w Tf S. W5L I. WEATHER FORECAST. Indian Teri'itory: Tonight aud Saturday ahowors and thunderstorms. Temperature. The big thermometer in front of the registered today as follows: At S a. m.. At 8 p. m............ See P. K. Smith for up-to-now photo work. tt W. N. C.uest wa> a husine.-s visitor at today. Real estate mortgage blanks at the News otlico. 32-tf Phone and p Harris B. Webster of Sulphur, i> in town todav- A. J. Mosmmn and family are moving on Uth street. Mrs. W. A- Alexander is re- ported quite sick Your Wife Would much prefer a home of her own. Von can buy lots in the Daggs Addition very cheap at the auction sale next Monday and Tuesday. Casein rry, of Okeinah, came in Thursday evening on business. G. W. Uagland and wife, of Stonewall, were shopping in the city today. Pay assessment No. T of Gate City'Mutual Burial Association by "May H. A. Kotsch left on the after noon train for Konawa on busi- ness. Dr. O, M. Uisant. dentist, loca- ted i" Conn-Little building, phone No. '27S-tf W Higgins and wife were Sulphur thi- morn- ing. The News ha> for sale real estate mortgage blank-' that will stand the tost, Misses Mamie Sawyer and Naouia Taylor left for their home at Gainesville. Texas today. There's A Hole In your pocket and your land- lord's hat is under it A. B. Yeager went to Sulphur' this morning to attend the editor- ial association. Ice cream, cake and -trawber- ries served at the Calendar social Friday evening at M. L. Powers. M'-'t Mr. Gwin anil neice Miss Nel- lie Gwin left this noon for their home at Gainesville, Texas. A real estate mortgage, if written on the blanks vre sell, will hold water. The News. 32-tf Let everybody attend the ice cream, cake and strawberry social at Mrs. M. L. Powers this eve- ning. Every Dollar You pay for rent is gone for- ever. Quit it right now Buy a JaokStrief made a short trip over the Katy returning Thurs- day evening. Geo. Harrison and Judge .I.E. Webb, drove to Oakman morning on business. Get the Best of Your Landlord By buying a lot in the Daggs Addition and owning your own home. Auction next Monday and Tuesday. K. II. Ennis, of the law tirm of Webb Eunis. returned Thurs- day evening from a business trip to At oka. Investigate the revised plan of the Gate City Mutual Burial As- sociation. If not a member you are standing in your own light. 7.2-2t A marriage license was issued Fridav to Francis Blankinship, 24, and Miss Ada Powell, age IT. both of Francis. j Wilkes and baby i left tins morning for Blossom. 1 Texas, where they will spend the summer. You'll Never Regret. Owning your own home. Buy a lot in the' Daggs Addition and make a start for a home- Auc- tion next Monday and Tue.-day Ht oclock. John Chapman and .fudge Tal- bott are in Con way today on busi- ness. We take all KH- per month or per year pay .s all dues. Have n few words t to v.'.u- Here they t'luiri'tU for Silk soup, Id luirs fur ap Kir-- c iu is ioiwt homin Having bought the interest of tMJ. Duncan in the 'Duncan Hen- derson business on West Main street, I take this means of noti- fying the public of the same. All debts, note? and have avHiined by me. Thanking: my patrons for the past favors aiid a continuance of the same, I tim. Kespect fully W. I'. Henderson. o2-26t One night is all time neces- sary to prove that Pineules is the best remedy in the world for backache and all kidney- and all bladder troubles. If you have rheumatism or nny other blood disease a single dose will give re- lief Clark Drug Co. to do gen- eral Apply at Ton> Hope's residence. 3t oit acres bot- tom land, two west of Ada. Apply to O S. Wilburn. rive miles west of Ada. tt' Von three room finished house on Tenth 'street. Good water and barn. Price. per inontli. Otis IV Weaver. For Sale. On account of leaving I will sell my Oldsmobile fit a bargain. Guaranteed in perfect condition. 50-4t P. T. Pegues- Star lv Hiiro Nashville Cro.'iivilU' KlaoU Hour piny aVnru'SM.'i' Cros> Tii'. piny- iloiu'-t SnutT. IHM- Heretofore it has not been our policy to advertise, but we want the people to know our prices. Our goods are gravantred or vour money back. ALDRICH RINARD. We are a benefit to tho munity iu general. (iate com City Mutual Burial Association, at the old stand undi ment. uuinage- For Sale Cash, Balance on Time We have about one dozen and three room houses for sale at a bar- gain. AH these houses rent well, and several are quite good, and well locat- ed enough to make comfortable homes. SE.E US NOW. BEARD WEAVER. Call at our othVe and gate our plan. i'he only protec tion within the reach of all. A. i ,1. Mosmnn, Sec. and M-jv. -t Are The Dollars You pay out for rent month making any thing for you I Nro, of course not. Then stop it. Buy a lot in the Addition i and commence to lay by. for u j home of your own. i The saw mill will he in operation in a short time and they will be able to supply the people of Ada with dry wood at a reasonable price. Leave or- der.- at. Mosman-Fisher under- taking estai'li-hment. MONEY TO LOAN ON I n tor- M a r r ied C i t i xens Su r- plcs Liind, ;md on City Property or Build. BE DC lii In Th" few tiollars >on f Abntrarl W. H. EBEY. Nwt'l Add. liul. Trr. FIRE and TORNADO INSUSANCE Wo rnowniljr Isiiitinu Anmriruii and Com- l.iour awl pit ml ihwn In your bns- II you soon W. H. Brulay nbout it. or ,'ttll :il llif ortir- .if BRALEY EBEY. C 11 M i v iv v v i 1.11 L A I home in the Daggs Addition next j (4ate (jjty Mutual Burial Associ Monday and Tuesday. K. S. Tobin left (his noon for Greenville, Texa-, where Tobin is visiting. He to return Sunday accoiui'.. (iy Mrs. Tobin. Come to the L'aleuatM' .-yci.nl Friday evening. Admission free. Ice cream, strawberries and cake 2f> cream and cake, lo cts. The little child of J. W. Thomp- son and wife living on West 14th street, who ha- very sick for several days, is reported some better todny. The Woman'- Home the Methodist church will irivo a C-ilendar social at the re.-idence of Mr-. M. Friday evening. May HHh Fver.vbocly invited. I ation. Kead the announcement of the Ada Fair Association in this sue of the News You may be interested in one or more classes of its exhibits. One half cent per day guaran- i tees you ;i high grade funeral i benefit of Can you afford to be without this protection? i A part v consisting of 1.166 Net- tles, A. P. Kay. M. D Timber- take Sprague were out on Sandy Thursday fishing. They caught .quite a I TOBIN'S Meat Market FOR YOUR LARD. 3 lb bucket 5 lb bucket 10 lb bucket 50 lb bucket 50 1.00 We guarantee our lard to be as good any pack- er. R. S. TOBIN. Hello No, 21 Harris Hotol Block. report having number of Hsh. Be Your Own Landlord Buy a lot in the Daggs Addi- tion and stop paying rent. Auc- tion sale next Monday and Tues- day. R. M. Simpson, wife and daughter who were expected home several days ago were de- layed by the Frisco wreck and were detoured by way of Shaw- nee and came in this noon on the Katy. You Are Never Glad To see your landlord. Why notgetnlong without him? At- tend the big auction sale of the Dagps Addition and buy a home of your own. .J. W. Price, of Lehigh, is in the city. Mr. Price is the first past great sachem of the Im- proved Order of Red Men of the Indiau Territory and will make on effort to reorganize Geronimo Tribe 1H, of Ada. Mr. Price will also institute a council of the degree of Pocahantus, the auxil- iary branch of the order. New Buggy House Workmen are arranging the, Bynl on South Broad- way preparatory to placing of a large stock of buggies, harness and siddles therein by Mr. I1. of Hartshorn, I. T-, and the business will be known as the Ada Buggy Co. Mr, Stallings has a series of We wisis t'i call attention to the change in 'hr tirm of1 Mos- nmn-Fi-her I'o. The Ada Furniture X Cotlhi Co., having become interested, the new lirm will be styled Under- taking Co.', and A. .I.Mosmau will be its and mana- ger and.i. F. Jackson treasurer. The new tirm is now making many changes and promise the public the most complete estab- lishment in the country together with the most complete stock and the highest grade service in their line. We invite personal inspec- tion of our establishment, which we propose lo make our proud of. Mr. Mosman. the manager, says that no pains or money will be spared to give Ada the leading undertaking es tablishinent iu the territory. The Gate City Burial Association will be conducted in connection under the same management. Have You Tried Freemont Grape Jtiice Absolutely pure, without alcohol. The finest drink on the market. Sold at the fountain or by the bottle We also MINERAL WELLS W A T E R In any quantity you desire. We have a big trade in Carton Ice Cream .and Vanilla Wafers. Nothing finer for lunch...... TKe Elite Confectionery. "Things Worth Knowing' Austin, Texas Dallas, Texas Fort Galveston, Texas Denison, Texas Guthrie. T Houston, Texas and uo- stores over the country ting Ada's growth could not but establish a house here. Runaway Friday evening a big black horse belonging to .John Craw- ford, became unmanageble and ran away, throwing the occu- pants of the buggy, Frank -Tomes and .lohti Crawford, to the ground. The horse began his funny business on South Broadway and began kicking while going at full speed. His hoofs came so close to the heads of the parties in the buggy that it was deemed advis- able to vacate the Mr. ,Joues was the first to go. He received a sprained thumb in alighting, which to say the least, was getting off easy considering the way he struck the earth. At the corner of and Broadway the beast turned to the right and about the center of the block Mr. Crawford made his departure from the fast moving vehicle. With one irreat bound he rose in the air us shot from j a catapult, and then using his arms and legs as if he were swim- ming gradually sank to terra n'rrna like, a feather from the top of u four story building. The maddened horse continued his wild race, turning the corner at 13th and Townseud leaving a wheel, and proceeded to the Citi- zens National bank, where he left the buggy at complete wreck on the sidewalk. Muskogee, I. Waco, Texas San Antonio, Shaw nee, O. T. South McAlester, 1 1 Tulsa, 1. T. exa.t Ok la ho mu City. O. T. 'll'.e Largest Cities in OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN Are all located on the MISSOURI, KANSAS TEXAS RAILWAY. P. is a, reason why you should travel and your freight via "The Katy." TEXAS, TERRITORY sliip Bill's Second Hand Store Buys and .sell- all kinds of second hand good-. Repairing a Specialty Call and .see us. or send in your broken furniture. BILL'S SECOND HAND STORE. lino door wost of Harris Hotel Siiuiplo Itooiii. WE DON'T WANT YOU TO MOVE FROM HERETOTHEHE. As we have spent, time and motu'y in our (.-ll'orts to settle tho threat isoutliwe.sl', and if you an- not with youi1 location. perhap.- we can tell you of some other pood not far away: it not. and you want to go west, we have some great bar- gains in tickets- for example, between March lirst and May fifteenth, you can go to California for and ingly low cost to Oregon, r- McNAIR, Agent, Frisco System. Nickel Store Solicit a share of Your Trade We do not claim to that our store i> the biggest in the city, but we do claim to have the best as- sorted stock in our line. Everything imaginable in HOUSF.HOLD GOODS AND KITCHEN SUP- PLIES. We have just received recently pretty things in China and Glassware. We ha-ve hundiedsof use- ful items you can buy at IO cents. You have paid times lo.i'O and 25e lor some of the items named below. 'Read them carefully and mark down your items wanted and bring your list with you and you can buy anything li-ted for the small sum of IOC. Decorated China. Table Plate. Decorated China Oat- meal Bowl. Decorated China Salad Dish, Decorated China Cream Pitcher. Decorated China Mus- tard Cup- Decorated China Cup and Saucer. Decorated China Mugs. s inch tire proof Nap- 7 inch white Nappies, 1 quart Gias-8 Pitcher, Crystal and Gold Glass Dippers. 4 Glass Tumbler.-, 2 Suit and Pepper Sha- Crystal Vinegar Bottle. Crystal Syrup Pitcher. 4 Ice Cream Saucers. Crystal Berry Bowl. Crystal covered Butter Dishes. Crystal covered Sugar Bowl. Crystal Cream Pitcher, Ail kinds of ornaments. 4 China Nest Eggs. Milk Crock. 3 Bars Silk Soap. 1 Box Glycerine Toilet Soap. 3 Boxes Gold Dust washing powder. 10 quart Dairy Paa. quart Paddies Fan. Large Wash Basin, 4 Pie Plates, 4 quart Stew Pan. Large Cake Pan. Muffin Pans, Iron Dish Pans. 8 quart Milk Bucket, Milk Strainers. 0 foot straight Buggy Whips, foot Clothes Feather Dusters, 12 Teaspoons, (J Table Spoons, 100 Fish Hooks. 12 Fish Lines. L Staging Line, Large Base Ball Baoe Ball Bats. 1 pair Leathe half 2 400 Matches, Linen Ink Tablets, 50 square 50 Wallet Envelope.-. Box Fancy Paper and Envelopes. W20 yards shelf Paper, Remember that our goods are all prk-ed in plain figures at their Lowest Net Spot Cash Retail Values... Nickel Store, j S.M.Shaw, Prop Phone 77. Broadway, 3 door- North or Post Office. i
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