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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                WEATHER FORECAST. Indian Territory: and >unday shoxvers and Temperature. The Uig theraiuuu-tei the New- office registered today as follows At S a, m.. til At 3 p. m.. 7i> J LOCAL NEWS up-to-now 15'2-tf ill See P. K. Smith fot photo work. Albert is reported today. Mrs. J. A. Biles is leported quite sick today Ten cents pays for the News one wtt'k. P. J. White, of Bebee, was a business visitor in the city today. Real estate mortgage blanks at tiie News office. 32-tf ,J. J. Copelaml, a mercljaatof Center, was a business visitor in the city Monday night. Mrs. H. A. Kotsclxand dauglv teV, Basel, returned neon from several day- stay ftt lionawa. llufus- Allen, a nophexv ot T Allen, who has been xery foi sumo tune, is. reported no bettor. unce Lee left Monday for Tecmuseh, Oklahoma, where he will attend the Indhmola business college Misses Oille and Villaj Wilson have retuined to their home near Francis and will possibly spend the summer there. Sid Maddox will leave Wednes- day for Danville, Tennessee where he xvill spend the summer visiting iclatives. J.A. Scrivner and Mrs. Lavania Morris, both of Stonewall were married Tuesday afternoon at the court house 'They xvill make their future home at Stonewall. IWi I I Otis a fexv yard'; Foster Simpson is contined to tus bed with a case of chill-. Dr. O, M. Bisant, dentist. ted in Conn-Little phone No. JMiss Kate Cox has gone to Coal- jjate to stay a few days. A real estate mottguge, if written on the blanks xve sell, xvill water. The New-. 32-tf J. B. Rebnian was H business j jisitor at Tupelo and Owl today. M. D. Sterner xx-as Iran-acting in Stonewall today lyard and wife, after with Min- ther, Van Bales, left tivatuiont foi tube-en- ter. uU-ers, oaiu er- and tiinun s. 54 tf Dr-. Martin X (ireer this morAng for theii home at RotY. One "Te News' carnei boys, Clifford Hardin, on route is sutiering with a ease Oi mump; During his confinement his patrons will he looked after by DeWitte Wil-on 'Noah a full blood In- dian, who was thrown from his horse days ago xvhile riding through the woods a few s south of town, continue- to oa by par- Huxe u 1'exv word-1 to to Here chey are Sii-. ii, iMbs for (.'Ituri-ttc -oap i bars but> for StlU hO.lp, t'U' ir. bins for soup inii .tViins" jjooil houiiny cans jjooil corn i i-uiis, htrinir beaus. onus Dune milU i bluitiy THE MUTUAL Life Insurance Company of New YorK Life Insurance Company in America. Stvonjvest Financial Institution in tho World. Assets, January duurantee I, over M) Star tobuoco per U) K RU-e pel1 )b Nashville lireeuv illo per U> IMacU lU-iir per plug i'ro.-s Tie, plujr Honest per a Heretofore it has not been our policy to advertise, but we want the people to know our prices. Our goods arc miatanteed or your money back. ALDRICH RINARD. J. H. SHAW, Local Agent. 01 I'lCli OVKR HliNU'IY d HII.Eh ADA, IND. TKU. be in a seiious condition. Mrs CT. C. Kugle and who ha- been ents W. J Leu visiting her and xvifo, left for her home at Wanette, Oklahoma. Kugle accompanied by P. i'. Await, of Mierman. urospectmg in the t-it.x. Tex her aunt Mi- Attornex ,1 Km ma Barton. A. Kd of ,fohn Marion, xx as. hese toda.x. from South McAlester The News ortiee ha- tor -ale estate mortgage blank- that will stAnd the test. 3-2-tf John Bei id ot I'aola. Kan-as, a business visitor in the city. No 1 between a. m. 5 p. in. I'.'-tt Will Comdeu.ol Oklahoma Citj representing the Water Pierce Co.. was in the city today John Thomp-on, the best known comedian in America. s. tf i W, P. Henderson M expected! (to return this evening from Sher- Texan. Mis-- Ophelia Warren left tu dav foi a vi-it with at McCiee. xva- pleasant caller at tin- oftHce tod Mr. Edward- speak- well ot his town and states that without que.-tion they will yet a railroad in the near future On Thur-day, June the fun- niest comedian in America, John Conway Cutlets Too much rain, fiumets are getting in the crab gias-. The tirm ot Higgin- A Odoin are going to move then -tuck ot goods to Franci- The parties oxvniuy the store building -ay another tirm will moxe in M.OII as house is Tin- hou-e xvill probably be made stor.x before reoccupied, uppei -tor.x xx ill he used for lodge Since so many cyclone.-, hue been reported elsewhere our post nia-ter, J H Sumptei. bus .1 prairie dou town -turteu on his back by bumping it against the in his storm cax e. deo Bowlin who killed b.x lightning at Ada on the lilth Notice! Business Men. All business men, who can, please meet the Dallas commercial club tomorrow morning at o'clock at the Frisco depot and accompany them to the Odd Fel- loxx-' hall, where nn address will he made by Mayor W. C. Duncan, after which there will be a gen- eral reception and getting acquainted between the business men of the two great cities T. ,1. Chambtess, President, Ada commercial club, For Snyder Odd Fellows. C. M. Chauncey received a let- tpr Tuesday morning from A. F. LV-iiing. Noble (irand of J. U. U) lodge at Snyder, Okla- homa, acknowledging the receipt ot money sent Irom the Ada lodge. Mr. DeniiiK also stated that contributions to the lodge would amount to more than double that received foi aoy 'other organization, but that the 'Odd Fellow- suffered luore erely from the cyclone Presumptuous Preacher. Kansas pro-perit.x ha- its drawback. Preacher-, expect to their sulai ies regularly, and when they do not they bring suit There was a time when ministers didn't t to get thpn pay And so Would the Parson Manx a church in lerntorv would no the Indian doubt ei >ok the taint on some ot Mr. Uockefeller's mone.x get hold of enough paster if it could to pay its WANTS for genera housework. Barringer. Apply to Mrs. J. L 54-3t SAI.K acres bot torn land, two miles west of Ada to C. S. Wilbnrn, of Ada. U'.) rive Apply miles From my place 01 West 12th street, one black anc nandy spotted sow. will weigl about 180 pound, large drooping ears. Reasonable reward for her whereabouts. W. E. Von- ti ess FOK RKNT tiuished hou-e. street. Good Price. o.Qd Otis It. Weaver. One tinee room ou Tenth I wmet and baru. i per montli See To the Public. Haviftg bought the inteiest of i LJ.C. Duncan in the Duncan Hen- derson hiiMne-s on We-t Main street, I take tin- means of noti- fying the public of the s.une All' debts, note.- and accounts have' been me. Thanking1 my patron- for the pa-t favor- and a continuance of the -ame. I Nickel Store Solicit share of Your Trade We do not claim to that our frtore is the biggest in the city, but we do claim to have the best as- sorted stock in our line. Everything imaginable in HOUSK11OLD GOODS AND KITCHEN SUP- PLIES. We have just received recently pretty things in China and Glassware. We have hundiedsof use- ful items you can buy at 10 cents. You have paid many'times and 25c for sqme of the items named below. Read them carefully and mark down your items wanted and bring your list with yon and you can buy anything li-ted for the small sum of IOC. am, Heopcctfuliy t W P. Henderson Iv. Tobin and wile returned1 Monday exening Irom a Greenville. Texa-. .Mr. Tobin was taken after leaving Ada, and in-tead ol getting better he grew xvor-e, and upon arriving "home a physician was called. It. is hoped he will soon recover. Decorated I'lute. Decorated meal Bowl. Decorated Dish, Dec-orated Pitcher, Decorated tard Cup, Decorated and Saucer. Decorated s inch tire on I.x one Thorn p son and he xvi'1 appear at the opera hon-e Thni-dav. Juno iV. A Herndon is etecMnu a huge commission -torage tnnl diog near the Katy tracks. lia Lvi3sey and brother Kit, hugh, were in the todny J. T Reed and wih- haxe re mined tiom H vi-it with relative-, trip to I 1' The Dallas Commercial lub beat Shaxvnee this pxemng is toainxi- in Ada at lo ui .t m. Max -J4. Thompson, will appeal at the w-tlx well knowu here as he lived opera hou-e in bis vaude thereabout s years. His father ville entertainment. "Around the j K M. Boxvhu and hi- first xxife World in Minute-.' During cued hoi e. Also a daughter about the tierfoimanee he xxill intro-1 yeai s ol.l died here. He took duce ten comical chaiacter- out a Oo policy in the New tenspeoialtx York Securely Co., in and did not keep same waid up, only two p.txinents would have been to been OK Hurlan Langhlm wa- arre-ted here Friday by Mat-hal Chapman, charged -tenting hog-. It is repoited that Luiighlin had only put i ho hoge up to keep their damaging his crop. 1'rn.eatul W H Allison took a -.pin around the Allison e-tafo on Buck CtecU Saturday W. O W. ENTERTAIN. Sovereigns From Center Visit The Local Camp Ada camp No O. ,t did herself proud Monday ex en ing when -he entertained a dele gallon ot -overeiyn- fioin Walnut camp No M. ot 'ente i candidate- insti uc Have You Tried Freemont Grape Juice Ao-olutely pure, without alcohol. Thf tinect drink- on the market. Sold at the fountain or by the bottle We also, sell MINERAL WELUS WATER In any quantity you have a big trade in Carton Ice Cream and Wafers. Nothing finer for lunch............. The Elite Confectionery. of tho order xx-eie fax or- GO TO r llOBIN'Sl Meat Market FOR YOUR LARD. ted in the mysteries and four application ably aeted. upon (hiring the evening the guests anil members xve.re refreshed with dehi ico cream and other things and the local cunp voted ;i ro.xal enter- by the visitor-. Among tho-e from Center K. C Roland, .1. J. Cope- land, ,1. A. Martin, C II. Vauu'hn. T. A Pendleton. W, W. M tuning. Albert Martin, A. A. Aiistoll. H ,1. Brandon, Junior Medloek, ,J. W. Medlock, Con Snow Dunagan, F. C. Kreiger, J. B. Basinger. R. N, A. T. Harper, H. W. W. B. Husband. .1. W. H. Hyden and Marshal Soward, Carter, C Phillips. 'A llj bucket 3 Ib bucket 10 Ib bucket 50 Ib bucket .50 1.00 1.75 We guarantee our lard to be as good as any pack- er R. S. TOBIN. Hello No, 21 Harris Hotol Block. J Inquires as to Amount of Work. T., May 23. Secretary Hitchcock, of the in- terior department, has communi- cated with the Dawes cornnmsion asking how much work wil] re- main to be done after the close of the present fiscal year, and the belief IH that the commission be abolished after June when the term of the present commis- sioners expire. It is understood one urin will be named tv> wind up the Work and t'lore much specul ition as to xvhethei Tarns Bixb.i, memboi ol the commission, or J (ieorgc Wright, Indian tigent, will be appoiwt'ed. Hope for Recovery. Il was reported late this after- noon that no hope wa.s entertained for the recovery of W. ,J. Tattle, whose leg wan amputated some ago in the hopes of saving his life from necrosis of the bone, of which he hat- been a sufferer for some years. It is said he will not survive the night. and report crops looking A No. 1 The lartn is mostly all in cotton. The farmer- ot this community aie talking strong of going to, Stonewall with their cottoi on j account of the to Stonexvall being nearly on a section line i Stonewall 7 l-i' miles south and hardly one mile xvest of here and the road is good all except some1 mud betxveen the bridge on Buck j creek up to the railroad crossing. Now as to the Ada road Well you all who have attempted to travel it know what it is, in fact there isnt any since the fencing fevei hit this country, you can't get to Ada under mile- and will think it some more. Mr. and Mr-. Gallesply Sunday a boy Mother and child doing well. Frog Davis, thednckanaw tor of kulla Hooia fame has been presented with a buffalo's tail to be used in carrying on his prac- tic of medicine. This use of the buffalo tail com pie ts his parapher- nalia of an Indian doctor. Prog has been using a cow's toil a substitute but has had bad HUC- especally in sickne-i known to tho tribe as "hog Harry Cane. Potato King Gives a Dance. Ok., May 23 EWOIS who is pre-ident of the tciritorial board of agt icnlture, and i- known as the potato king of has just comleted a biM hav barn on his Sunnvside farm, near -ind xvill celebrate the occasion by giving a dance there tonight The Shawnee Herald s the alTair xvill be attended by the whole countryside and will doubtless prove one of the most successful .social nflnirs in the history of the country. Trains No-. "2 and 7 on the Rock Island will stop at the farm for the benefit of those who wish to attend from Shawnee. "Things Worth Knowing' Au.-tin, Texa- Dallas, Texas Fort Galveston. Texa-' Denison, Texas (Juthrie, O T Hou-ton. Muskogee, I. T. Waco. Texa.- San Antonio, Texas Slutxvnee, O. T. South McAlester, I T. Tuluu, 1. T. Oklahoma City. T. The Largest Citie- in TEXAS. OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN TERRITORY Are ah located on the MISSOURI, KANSAS TEXAS RAILWAY. P. S. is a reason why j'ou should travel and ship you i freight via "The Kat.x." Bill's vSecond Hand Store S-Y' Buys and all kinds of second hand good-. Furniture Repairing a Specialty Call and >ee ub. or .send in .tour broken furniture. BILL'S SECOND HAND STORE. Hue iloiii of fdirris Hole! Sample Room WE DON'T WANT YOU TO MOVE FROM HERETO THERE. As we havo spent t.ine and money in our eilom to -ottle the great southwest, and if you ate not satined with your location, perhaps can tell you of some other good place, not faraway; if not, and you want to go xvest, wo have some great bur- gains in example, between March tinst and May fifteenth, you can go to California for and cores pond- in sly low costtoOregon, Washington, etc. Ask f> McNAIK, Agent, priaco System. China Table China Oat- China Salad China Cream China Mu.-- China Cup China Mugs, proo! Nap- pie-. 7 inch white Nappies. 1 quart Pitcher, Crystal and Gold Cilass Dippers. -1 Glass Tumbler-, Salt and Pepper Sha- ker.-. Crystal Vinegar Hottle, Crystal Syrup Pitcher. 4 Ice Cream Saucers, Crystal Berry Bowl. Crystal covered Butter .Dishes. Crystal covered Sugar liowl. Crystal Cream Pitcher, Ail kinds of 4 China Nest Eggs. Milk Crock. 0 Bars Silk Soap. 1 Box Glycerine Toilet Soap. y Boxes- Gold Dust xvashing powder. 10 quart Dairy Pan. s quart Puddiag Pan. Large Basin, 4 Pie Plates, 4 quart Stew Pan. Large Cake Pan. Muffin Iron Dish s quart Milk Bucket. Milk Strainers. 0 foot straight Buggy Whips. foot Clothes Line-, Feather Dusters., 1'J Teaspoons. K Table Spoon-.. 100 Pish Hooks. 12 Fish Lines. 1 Staging Line. Large Base Ball. Base Ball Bats, 1 pair Leathe half 2 400 Matches, 2 Linen Ink Tablets, 5u square Envelopes, 50 Wallet Box Fancy Paper and Envelope.-. 20 yard- -heif Paper. Remember that our goods are all priced in plain figures at their Lowest Net Spot Cash Retail Values... Nickel Store, j M. Shaw, Prop Phone 77. iv ay, door- North 01 Po.st Oifit .NFWSPAPF.R .NFW SPA PERI   

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