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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                WEATHER FOREQAST. Indian Territory: Tonight and Thursday showers and Temperature. The ing theruumiftyt m ifont of the otiue registered today as- follows: At a. m.. titS At p. m.. S3 LOCAL NEWS Steffen's cream at Mason's. Arthur Simpson is here from Texas, on business. K. Smith for up-to-now photo work. 152-tf Ten cent- for the Xews. one wtek. Miss Ivy Iver-ey was shopping the city today. We sene StetTen's ice cream. Mason Drug Co. Kobt. Wimbish this iriorniuff. Real estate mortgage blanks at the News ottico. Mrs. J F. M. Harris ed ill today. Dr. O, M. BUant. dentist, locu went to Madill 3'2-tf report- led in Conn-Little building, phone No. 1278-tf Messrs. Duncan and Rogers were passengers to Sulphur this morning. A real estate mortgage, if written on the we sell, will hold water. The Xew-. ol'-tf Councilman reports n baby tirl at their home I X-Kay trentment for tubercu- lar, u leers, and tumois. 54-tf Martin oC. (ireer. P. C. Dutfey, of Center, stayed over night in Ada on his way home from Ardmore. The News otriee for .-ale real estate mortgage blank" that will stand the test. S'2-tf Mrs. H. E. Gardner, wite of ihe Wells-Fargo ex press agent, is repot ted-quite sick. Phone No. 1 between a. m. and 5 p. m. 1'J-tt Charlie Cloyd left this morning on the north bound Frisco, on a business trip to Shawnee. John Thorn p-on. the Isiiown comedian in America, June tt J. Stewart nr.d wife left this for a two -Mv at E, T. Norvell, living near Cen- ter, in the city today and made News office a pleasant call. H. A. Davis, of the Katy divi- sion from Ada to Oklahoma Cif.y, is reiiorted quite sick and been removed to the hospital. The little child of J. W. Thomp- son and wife who live on 14th street who has been very sick several days, is worse today. K. O. Lawrence and family have moved into their new cot- tage, which has just be.en fin- ished on Fourteenth street. Let everybody attend the ice crtsarn social given by the young ladies of the Methodist church, at the B.vrd store building on Thursday evening. May 25. The new residence of Dr. Mar- ti u on 14th street is nearing com- pletion. When finished the Dr. will have one of the neatest houses in the city. Mrs. W. C- Slocomb, ofr Car- Mo., wife of the cashier of the Frisco at this point, came in Tuesday evening for a visit with her W. E, who for a I few month.- conducted a variety .-tore in this city, has disposed of hi.- goods and will return to Texa> The room in which he conducted his business will be Mr Morgan im- i p, ned up a boarding bouse and lunch n un ter next door to the laundry. one tlohn son   Kidn. Texu-. is in t'n- her Mr- of McKinne.v, city the of iWn came in Tu-'-da.N evening irom a I nme folks at Detroit. Texa-. Paul Van Hoi n. Slit Texas, SN.IS ir tl'f riM morning. occupied by Roltpn Keller, the owners, as a furniture store. On Thursday, June M, the fun niest comedian in America, John Thompson, will appear at the opera hou.-e in his original vaude ville entertainment. "Around the World in Minute-." During the performance he will intro- duce ten comical character- and ten -poeialty sets. The i-ommercial bund of Ttil-a cleared 7" st week To the Public. Having bought the intetest of P.C. Duneau in the Duncan Hen- derson on We-t Main street, I take means of noti- the public of the same All notes' and HW been a-ainnod me. my patron- for the pa-t and n continuance of the 1 HIII. Kespeettullv W P W Died. At hi- home in Ada. May iM, .1. kittle, aired eight months and l''uneral be heii; at the City at '2 "0 o'clcH p. in 'I Mav Mi. Little ,i wifraud tt> moutn be- -hte- a number of-orrowing rel- He was a sr-iod citixen and a hard working man anil it i-. U> be regretted that he was re- imned in tl'.e prime of life. The extends, condolence lo the bereaved family in their sad The Comical Entertainment. Have ft'few to say tu Here tiiey are. Simur, I-Mb-, for Churi'tto .-.oap. bar- bin.- for Silk soap, .'i btc- Imr.-, for Fern .-onp lm: 3 cans gootl hominy ;t uan.s good corn :i ciiivs htritiy bean-." I! ouiif- Uiiue imlU :i bhniijr .i puoUujros Kxcollo Stur lobuooo per Ib li. Bioc lireonvilU' pt'i- Ib Nashville (it-i-envilU- per 11 HlacU tii'ur per p'tiy C Tie, plujr llont'-t SnutV, per ffla-- ,__ THE MUTUAL S L-ife Insurance Company of New YorH S Oldest Life Insurance Company iu America. StrooR-e.-t Financial! Institution in the World. Jarunu-> I, ovt-r Kuuil 4 TJ.OOO.IMO J. H. SHAW, Local Agent. OVKR UENf.KYA Ull-liS ADA, TICK. Territory Notes. The spring term of the federal court at Ardmore began Monday with Judge Townseud presiding. of Oolafjah have formed a company with a capital of fciS.OOO, for the .pur- pose of drilling for oil and sfaa. The pipe for laying the natural ga> mains at Sapulpa has arrived and the work of putting it under ground ban commenced. I'p to date there have been tiled forty-three applications for the position of principal of the Claremore public schools. Judge has issued n decree a issue of sewer bonds for Tulsu. They bear live per cent interest and run for twenty years. Large iron bridges will be built acres-the (irand and Ver- digris river at Wagoner, at a cost _________________________of about the money to be j raised by public sub-cription. GOVERNORS TURNFD DOWN. Indian Inspector Wright has _____ i issued an order abolishing the 'Cherokee township commission, is the of the townshiu Heretofore it has uot been our policy to advertise, but we want the people to our prices. Our poods are guaranteed or yonr money back. ALDRICH RINARD. 'mJ Attorney Genehal Decides That the Secretary Must Approve Deeds. I T May received tele graphic- in-truction- the Wagoner secietary the intei ior Tuesday propose to go down i.o afjernoonof vita! unpurtance to the of tho Choctaw and Chicka-aw nation-and the furthei Tin.- com miss to complete its work and pass out of existence. A diamond-core drill has been purchased at a cost of Slo.t'OO by and they feet un found in pay- this llOBIN'Sl Meat Market FOR YOUR LARD. 3 II) bucket 5 Ib bucket Ib bucket 50 Ib bucket .30 .50 1.00 1-.75 We guarantee our lard to be as good UH any pack- et. R. S. TOBIN. Hello No. 21 Harris Hot.ol Block. little at the opera house Tuesday evening given in 1 bei.t-tit to the church wa? In fact, always, when thf principal in a pi-ogism are Ada young ladies, one ean bet the worth of the evening's entertainment will be quite commensurate with the i price of admis-ion and value of 'time given in attention. Miss Case is most valuable aid to the children when these little benefit- arc had and the little jyoung ladies appear under her guide, all may know that no cm will occur, but the renditions will be most creditable. "Big Indian which consisted of Mi-s and ten little girls, till in costume, appearing in an Indian stomp dance and singing something about a Kickapoo girl nnd at the fini-h of each chorus giving a war whoop which wns n -tartler, enjoyed by all. -Mis- Skaggs, who a-si-ted in the entertainment, is certainly the of any reader ever in the town, and Ada ha- enjoyed hetmtig very capable ones. Growing Aches and Pain Mis. Josie Summers, Bre tnond. Tex., writes, April In, have used Mallard's Snow Linitr.ent. in my family for three years. no! be without it in the house. 1 have used it on my little girl for growing 'pains and aches in her knees. It cured her right away. L have also used it for frost bitten feet, with good success. It is the best liniment I ever used." 25c, 50c and Sold by Clark's Drug Co. uf to allottee- in those nation- The attorney gen- eral has rendered H deci-ion in which he holds that the secretary t of th.e interhor approve the I deed- that are delivered to the a! i lot tee" or they will not be. legal. It i- heiieved that will settle the deed -.-.tuatiou in the two na- and that the Indian gover- i and their will mit to the of interior aii'! deeds tip tor ap-j hftorc aiv deineiei to the Tney main- tinned ai. the t that they were! Ntanrhni: on tiie that there 1 no a'lthoritv lor the seere apprc1. a that the1 iri'iu'rai has decided that; the not he legal with 1 out t lie -ei i-ftat xignatuie of, the are likely! to submit If tho- do not, an in- I junction will likely be asked to restrain them from delivering any more If they refu-e to deliver the hearing the sig- nature of Secretary Hitchcoek, then an orde; from court will be as-ked or the deed- will be delayed until the fourth of next March when the tribal authority expires The secretary the Dawes commission to wire immediately the action of tho Indian and if they refuse to deliver the patents then they will he deliver- ed by the government Saved by Dynamite Sometimes a city is saved by dynamiting a -pace that the tire can't Sometimes a cough hangs on >-o long you feel as if nothing but dynamite would eiirc it. Z. T. Gray, pfCaJhoun. Ga., writes: "My wife had a very aggravated cough, which kept her awake uight Two physicians could not help her; so she took Dr. King's New Discov- ery for consumption, coughs and cold-, which eased'her her sleep, nnd finally cured her." Strictly scientific cure foi bron- chitis arid lagrippe. At Cluck's anH Hr. Holley'sdrug ftOc an ISl.t'C; guaranteed Trial buttle free. A Positive Necessity Having to lay upon my bod !'or 1-1 days from a severely bruised leg, I only found belief when T used ;i bottle of Mallard's Snow Liniment. 1 can cheerfully roc- onimend it as the best medicine for bruises ever sent to the afllic- ted. It haw uow become a positive necessity upon myself. D. K. Byrne-, Merchant, Do- versville, Texas. 25c, 50c and Sold by Clark Drug Co. ga- and oil are ing quiintities at a lesser depth. The Indian Journal.ol Kufaula, stopped the week after halt the edition had been printed and announced that oil had been struck at u depth of Mi> feet in the well hfing drilled near that WANTS for general housework. Apply to Mrs. J. L. Barringer. 54-3t FOR acres bot- tom land, two miles west of Ada. Apply to C. S- Wilburn, five miles west of Ada. FOR three room finished house on Kast Tenth street. Good water and barn. Price. per month. Otis B. Weaver. Few Tulsa Ordinances Valid. T., May Hi -A -tart- ling state ol affairs been un- earthed here relating to cit.v It was brought up iu a against U. T. charged with breaking the Sun- day closing law by celling news- paper-. Cit.v Attorney Kice di- missed the suit on the tiat the record.- of tlie council tuat passed the ordinance do not show the law was legally adopted. An examination of the records shows that practically all of the cit.v ordinances are null, because of over.-ight When it was found the Sunday closing law not leyal. merchant? were ad- vised they, need not clo.-e Sun- day. and tor the first time tor! two weeks it pos-ible to pur-, clia-e ;t Sunday paper, a cigar, soft drinks and kindred articles, usually of by restau- rants, druir and ron- fectioner-. Have You Tried Freemont Grape Juice Ab-olutelv pure, without alcohol. The finest drink on the market. Sold at the fountain or by the bottle Wo also sell.............. MINERAL WELLS W A T E, R In any quautitv you de-ire. We have a big trade in Carton Ice Cream anil N'anilla Wafers. Nothing finer for lunch THe Elite Confectionery. "Things Worth Knowing' Texas Dallas, Texas Fort Texa- Denison, Texa> Guthrie, T Hou-ton. Muskogee, I. T. Wac-o. San Antonio, Texa> Shawnee, O. T South MeAlester, 1 Tiilaa, 1. T. Dklfthoma C'itv. U T C'itie- in TEXAS. OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN TERRITORY Are all located on the MISSOURI, KANSAS TEXAS RAILWAY. LJ. in a rea.-on why you vshould and ship your freight via "The Kity." Bill's Second Hand Store I Buys and sell- all kinds of second hand good-. Furniture Repairing a Specialty Call and see us, or -end in your broken furniture. BILLS SECOND HAND STORE. dm- ir of lintel Saniplo Uoom WE WANT YOU TO MOVE we have .spent itnc and money i'i our efforts to -ettle the great southwest, and if you aie not snti.siied with your location, can toll you of some other place, not fur away; if not, and you want go we have some great bar- gains in tickets for example, between March first and May fifteenth, you can go to California for nnd core.-pond- insrly jiow cosl.toOregon, Washington, etc. Ask l- McNAIK, Agent, risco System. Nickel Store Solicit a share of Your Trade We do not claim to that our store is the biggest in the city, but we do claim to have the best as- sorted stock in our line. Everything imaginable in HOUSKIIOLD GOODS AND KITCHEN SUP- PLIES. We have just received recently pretty things in China and Glassware. We have hnndiedsof use- ful items you can buy at 10 cents. You have paid many times Hnd 25c for some of the items nnmed 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 sun. of IOC. Decorated China Table I Mate. Decorated China Oat- meal Bowl. Decorated China isalao Dish, Deeoiated China Cream Pitcher. Decorated China Mus- tard Cup. Decorated China Cup and Saucer. Decorated China Mugs. s inch tire proof Nap- pies. 7 inch white Nappies, 1 quart Glass Pitcher. Crystal and Gold Glass Dippers. 4 Glasr. Tumbler-, Sfllt and Pepper Sha- ker-- Crystal Vinegar Bottle, Crystal >yrup Pitcher, 4 Ice Cream Saucers, Crystal Berry Bowl. Crystal covered Butter Dishes. Crystal covered Sugar Bowl. Crystal Cream Pitcher. Ail ornament-, 1 China Nest Eggs, Milk Crock. 15 Bars Silk Soap. 1 Box Glycerine Toilet Soap. y> Boxes Gold Dust washing powder, 10 quart Dairy L'au. s quart I'uddinir Pan. Large Wash Basin, 4 Pie 4 quart Stew Pan. Large Cake Pan. Muffin Iron Dish 5 quart Milk Bucket. Milk Strainers.. (i foot straight Buggy Whips, foot Clothes Line-, Feather Teaspoons. t> Table Spoon-.. 100 Fish Hooks. 12 Fish Lines. 1 Staging Lint-, Large Ba-e Balk Base Ball Bat-. 1 pair Loathe 2 400 Matches. 'J Linen Ink Tablets. 50 square 50 Wallet Envelope-. Box Fancy Paper and Envelopes. yard- -helf Paper. liemcmber that our goods are sill priced m plain figures at their i ,'i i W Lowest Net Spot Cash Retail Values.. Nickel Store, j M. Shaw, Prop- Phone 77. door- North of L-Vsl 'W I. i r a   

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