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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                WEATHER FORECAST. Indian 'IVmthry: Tonig and Sunday er> Mn thundt he tnu front vtt the New- registered a- f At s a, m.. I LOCAL NEWS up now P. K. Miuth photo lo_-tt W. LittU- i- rvpurtod as not imp ro Tt> i! few tin- WiNou to Kouawa ,1. F. Bowers wont to Sulphur this morning on a bu-mt'-s trip. Or. O, M. Bi-aut. dentist, loctv- ied in Conn-Little building, 1-vi C ,1 Siv or of Tul.-.H a isitor n> Ada Mis-, Susl0 Uvlhurn, or >ul- ,ibur Springs. Texas, i- iMtit'g relatives in Ada tin- Phone and 5 p. ru H. A. Kotsch returned this noon from Koimwu. John Marion, of St. Louis, was transacting business iu Ada to- day. Tomorrow At lock is the big auc- tion sate of tho Addition. H. 54-11 today from St. on Imisness. Iv went to Ardmoro this, morning on a businos- trip. one John Phomp son and he will appear at the opoia hou-o Thur-day, Mrs. Cloyd wa- reported quite sick this, morning M. L. Stark, ol Kan-as City, was a business visitor in Ada Monday. Tuesday At o'clock is the big auc- tion-ale of tho Pagg-s Addition. Loo Kddlenmn ha.- accepted a position at Ardmoro and left for there tin- morning. a lew to v-'U Hc-n' >jouie aiui family returned t'tom (in extended i-it 'tf relative- Arkan-a-. j .tl) j-t. lluM1ili A mil ostato mortage. it" of per year pays all duos. wttttou on the we -ell. will Gate City Mutual Burial As-ooi suy .u I "i Ib- lor t'hui soup, bui bsu s for SHU so.i p, i b.t) iwrs lor 1'Vrn soup li li.ti 'I finis liotiiiil y I i'uiis corn I'llll-. stl ll'il! 1 it'll IIS i I-.ins Diiiu- inilu hoses bluing KM i lie Slui Uili.u'l'o prr l> i; Ku-i- (ii ilu' Hi iIU' i i i nviiii- poi 11 Itliu-U lira i (MM TiMiiii-ssi.'i' t'io-s Tie. plu_ I Muill pel j.'1 Ht-vetoforo itha> not been our policy to but we want the people to know our pi ices Our aii' LT'a'UiUect or vour money baeU ALDR1CH RINARD. THE MUTUAL Life Insurance Company of New YorK OUK'.st LilV ItiMirauco Company in America. Strangest Financial lust il.ut ion in th" World. Assets, .Iiiinmi-.v I, I'.tDS, U'c l-'nml I J. M. SHAW, Local Agent. ovKU HI LION ADA. IND o2-tf went to Stone retiuniny at hold water. The Now- C. Koliou a all Sunday. afternoon Real estate mortgage .Vows ortico P. C. Duuaiu wife and baby -eturncit Sutid.u from .-ulphui tioatmeiit for ttibeicu ftr. ulcers, i aiuer-and tumor-, ji-tt Martin (JreoY- Mis left y fur a with her .-on, at Olcemah atiou. j Mr-. G Broadfoot this to tin- lor a few Nit with friend- at Okla- homa City. Master Don >pawr, of Falhis, Oklahoma, is expected in thi- averting tor .1 months visit with hi- aunt. Mi s. John McK'mloy WANTS hou-ework I r inuei V ppl v t l till at out otliee and gate out plan. Fhe only protee lion within the ''each of all. A. ,1 Mo-man. >ec. and Mgr. -t Judge M.Furman loll Sunday for Ardmore, where he will attend court a few s thi- 1 The News ortice has for -ale i week real estate mortgage blank" will stand tho teM. I'.-J-tf OITIOITOW IX L, Maddox, editor and j At -J oO o'clock is the big uuc- pjrcynetor ot the Atoka News, is tion wale ot the Addition She city the of his brothers jopeu faced watcli 1 tsiched "I nn o hoiiia'' m-cnbed return lo t oftieo He1 >i Ht >sia- Dot Ada .ri4-lt (.amesv .lie. moriiinu c. At -.'.'.o o'clock is the big auc- iion sale of the Onega Addition. .'4-It Barton Lee. of 'Texas, came in thi- a v-ls.u wilh Lee and wite. ttte ,vvised plilu of i tbe Gate City Mutual Burial -W adciation. It not a meinbet you T E. Brent-, deputv S.' uittr-hal, returned Sunday even- ing trom a busines- trip to New, We are a benefit to the corn m general. Gate City :H-t> ntandm- in your own light. Uuiial Association, nt the '2t stand under the same manage- ment. n- -t Judge d. T. Kail-, J. Land- ford. -1 .lone- ur V M Ba-sett, local were in the c.tv totlav attending t Ont' halt i tee- iv high grade funeral bonelitof Can .vou to be without this protection.'' The rishmg party con-istmii of Mr- M. L. Hiid Lola Weaker, little "i-ti'i's ot Weaver, ot Ada, tw.y lieen appointed maid.- of hf'iiur IVx'is to the   To the Pubitc I I ,ng bought tiii- mti'io-tot! I t' Umicnn in the Duncan Hen- do business West Main' street. I take tin-nu-ntis of noti- tving the pn bin id' the same All debt.-, notes ;n eount- been Miined me. Thanking pali on- tor the past lavors and a continuance of the -ame, I f'n 1 J une s. thettin- Lomedian m Amerien. John Tliomp-on, .ippeui at tlie iiuu-i- in In- onjjmnl tiUe entertainment, "Around tri 'Yin-Id in -c Vhnute-. tttc nerfoi mam c he w JiH.1'-1 tnn comical ktiactor- and Vvn ft4 11' 1. M. King and wife, WaNh and Heo llarrisori, who were on Blue tisliinir week, returned today. Tuesday At o'clock i-t the big auc- t ingi tion ot the l-'aggs Addition intro- 54-lt H A. Kot.-ch, wife and daugh- ter leit Sunday afternoon for Koiuina, where they went on bu-ine-s connected with tho store iTOBIN'Si Meat Market FOR YOUR LARD. John 1 ki.own Tliorup-on, oinediau in the America, M tf Mr. W. Kid ridge, ot am. Ueapectfully W. P. Henderson ('tis Mmyurd and wile, of KolY, came in Sunday and are the ynests ot then- brother, Van Bales, and futuily Don't Miss The biy auction -sale of the Daggs Addition tomorrow (Tues- day) ut o'clock. 54- It K. T. Overand, agent at Madill. stopped over between in Ada on his way home from Okla, horna City Will Choate -pent a lew hours Sunday vhitiny hi.- friend, 'd Ib bucket TJ Ib bucket H> Ib bucket oO Ib bucket .50 1.00 We guarantee out- lard to be as yood rts any pack- er. TOBIN. Helle No, 21 larris Block. iNEWSFAFERi is calling upon his trade in the j Daisy Kfed, on_his home city and incidentally visiting' with Or. Lisle and wife. Tuesday At o'clock tion sale of the D the big auc- Addition. 51-lt M iOI Is worth, Krisco traveling auditor, stopped in Ada a few hours Sunday on his way from Oklahoma City to Madill. Mrs. (jiillespie and daughter, (iladys, of Stti-rrett, 1. T., sister tmd neice of Mrs. Dr, Shands, are in the city visiting. Don't Miss The big auction sale of the Addition tomorrow (Tuos.- day i n t, y -.liO o'clock. 5 4 11 K. i'> Clark left this morning for his home at Uureka, Kansas, after several day.s visit with hi- soit, J. M Clark, and family. A. B. Veagoi uad wife loft tliis morning for Stonewall, where tho.y will make their future home. Idus Harris returned from Konuwu Sunday, where he has been for several weeks, and aptaiu at the Red Cross store. from Sulphni to Marriettri, whore ho edits a paper. M, L. Waluh. Maud and da. returned Sunday from Konawa, where they o been for several days. K. (i. Pholps, of >hawnee, stopped in Ada for a few hours Sunday on his wav home from Sulphur. Don't Miss The big unction sale of the Dfiggs Addition tomorrow (Tues- day) ill o'clock. Ti-l-ll Tho young ladies of the M. 10. church have postponed their ice cream social from rouighl until Thursday evening on account of tho rainy weather. New Power. Tho News is now printed with electric power, a now throe horse power motor being put in. Pur- ing the past year we have grown .so and new machinery being con- stantly added it became neces- sary to wdd morr power. The new motor is a dandy and our friends are invited in to wee how smoothly it does its work. For Sale One Third Cash, Balance on Time We have about one dozen two and three room houses for sale at a gain. AH these houses rent well, and several are quite good, and well ed enough to make comfortable homes. SEE US NOW. BEARD   I'll' !l-u di.llur- in it M.H 1. i-uir -.itcr VV. H. EBEV. i itirn N .t 1 I1, ml 1 nl and TORNADO INSUSANCE 1 An.rtrlr.in nui if Cuni-IIHIIIAS in onr iv IM.I l> rrt-p.irt-'i i hun HI i i nko .iriift you1 mi-" I1 SOM lut HOM! inj e.priiig extl, t 11 t i' i all tin- oilii BRALEN EBEV. Have You Tried Freemont Grape Juice Ab-olutely pure, without alcohol. The finest on the market. Sold at the fountain or by the bottle also sell MINERAL WELLS WATER In any quantity you de-ire. We have ft big i.. Carton lea and v'uiiilla Wafers Nothinjr tiner for lunch The Elite Confectionery. "Things Worth Knowing' Au-tm, Texa- Dalla-, Tfjxux Fort Wortli.Texn o-ton. 'IVxu- nenison. Texas (iuthrie, T Hou-ton IVx.i-. Muskosee, 1. T. Waco, Texa.- San Antonio, Texas Shuwrvee, O. T. South McAlester. I T. Tulsa, I. T. Oklahoma City. O T L'tio Citie.- in TEX4S. OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN TERRITORY Aie all located on the MISSOURI KANSAS TEXAS RAILWAY. P. S. Ttii- is a reason you should travol uud ship youi freifilit via "The Katy." Bill's Second Hand Store Buys find .-ell- all kinds of second hand good- Furniture Repairing a Specialty Call and see us., or .-end in broken furniture. BILL'S SECOND HAND STORE. Our iiooi u I'st nf Harris llotrl S.imple Room WE DON'T WANT YOU TO MOVE FRONt As have spntil niutiey in our t'ltorts to .settle the yreat south west, and f you uie not s.Ui-tied with youi location, porhap- wr- can toll you of -ome other Mrood place, not fur away; if not, and you want to pro west, we have some great bar- gains iu tickets example, between March first and May fifteenth, you can go to California for and core-pond- in sly low cost to Oregon, Washington, etc. I. McNAIli, Agent, Frisco System. Nickel Store Solicit a share of A Your Trade do not claim to that our htore i- the in tiie city, but we do claim to have the best a-) sorted stock in our line. cry thing imaginable in HOUSKHOLD GOODS AND KITCHEN SUP- PLIKS. We have just received recently pretty things in China and Glassware, We have hundreds of use- ful items you can buy at IO cents. You have paid many times and 25c lor some of the items named below, ttead them carefully and mark down .your items wanted and bring your witli yon and can buy anything: lifted for the small sum of IOC. Decorated China Table 1'lato. Decorated China Oat- meal Bowl. Decorated China Salad Dish. Decorated China Cream Pitcher. Decoiated China Mus- tard Cup. Decorated China Cup and Saucer, Decorated China Mugs, s inch tire proof Nap- pie-, 7 inch white 1 quart Pitcher, Crystal and Gold Glass Dippers. 4 Glass Tumbler-, 2 Suit and Pepper Sha- ker-. Crystal Vinegar itottle, Crystal Syrup Pitcher. I Ice Cream Saucers, Crystal Berry Bowl, Crystal covered Butter Dishes. Crystal covered >ugar liowl. Crystal Cream Pitcher, Ail kinds of ornaments-, 4 China Nest Eggs. Milk Crock. H Bars Silk Soap, 1 Box Glycerine Toilet Soap, Boxes (iold Dust washing powder. 10 quart Dairy Pan. s quart Puddles Pan. Large Wash Basin, 4 Pie Plate.-, 4 quart Stew Pan. Large Cake Pan. Muffin Iron Dish Pans, 5 quart Milk Bucket, Milk Strainers. (i foot straight Buggy Whips, foot Clothes Line-. Feather Dusters, 11 Teaspoons. Table Spoons, 100 Fish Hooks. Fish Lines. 1 Staging Line, Large Base Ball. Baste Ball Bat-. 1 pair Leathe halt 2 400 Matches, "J Linen Ink Tablets, 50 square Envelopes. 50 Wallet Envelope.-. Box Fancy Paper and Envelope.-. yard1- -helf Paper. Remember that our goods are all priced in plain figures at their Lowest Net Spot Cash Retail Values... Nickel Store.] M. Shaw, Prop Phone 77. i H door- North of Post Office. NEWSPAPER!   

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