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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                WEATHER FORECAST. Indian Tonight Thursday showers and thnudoi Temperature The tei in tiout otin toda> as lollovvs. At a. m.. v At o p. m.. LOCAL NEWS cream -it tt Edith SciantKHi WiK" i'e- ivuite today See P. K. Smith for UP to now photo work. 152-tf Miss Collins, of near Stonewall was in tbo city shopping this morning Ten cents for the Jsews cne v t ek. Scott Lanhain and ot Cen- ter business visitors in Ada Wednesday- We cream. Mason Dtuir Co tl W D lett Wednesda.x evening tot Muskugee to attend the bunkers ass Mar have been is- sued to the follqwingr, R. t.. Wood, age 22, of Tyrolo Jes- sie Nbrria, age 20, of Wolt; J. A Goldston, 22, and Ader (rrady, age 10, both pf Allen Lot attend the u-e cio-iiu social by the young Uvdie.s of the chinch, a1 the By id building on Mnv Fl. Hi.iman. president of the Firs-t N'ltional of Konu- wa, u hours in the city edaesday on to Musko- wliere 'he will be in attends nt-e at the bankets W. Ken was a vinitor at Francis evening where he will toin apaitywho will make a pleasure and pros- pecting into the Chot'taw nation The Ladies' Aid Society of the Presbyteiian church met with Mis M. afteinoon, Walsh May %34 Wednesday A good Real estate mortgage blanks at the News office 32-tt Dr. O, M. Bisant, dentist, loca- ted in Conn-Little building, phone No. Judge Talbott H visiting his family at Atchtson. foi a few days. X-Kay tie.Htmeiit foi tnbeien- Jar. uUeis, uimeis and tiiinois. -M tf Drs. M-utin (free- Mr and Mis Paul NaiHorn left Wednesdsv evening for their riome at Sherma'i Texas The New s e his toi real estate tnoitirii-f hiank- that will stano the test. .-5'2-tf Mrs G W. Broad toot leturn ed this noon tiom a pleasant with triends at Oklahoma Citv number being present, consider able business was transacted and at the close of the Mrs. served lefreshments On Thursday, June h, the fun mest comedian in America, will appeal at the opera house in his oiiginal vaude ville entertainment "Around the World in MO During the perfoi m.nce he will intro duce ten comical chatacters and ten sppcialtv acts 54 tf Stores Closed. i 1 A number ot the stores closed today dm ing the hours of the funeral services ovei the remains of W ,1. Little New Management. The loml telephone exchange will soon be uiulei new manage inent, W. F 1'at ru> is now being checked in and Mr Annis will be sent to anothei point. To the Public iricWRinanl" Have a lew to Here they are n ChuieUo soap baic r, bais for hilK soup, t bais 11 bais for Kein soap1' bai- I good liuininy cans yooil corn i string1 beans cuiis Duiitt nulU boxis bhang- SUu tobacv.ii pel Ib U Rice di ille pel Ib I. Nashville ttieonville pei Ib t> HlacK Hi at pet plug1 1 TOIIIH ssee Ci o-s Tie 1. Uiinost Snuff, poi plass 2O Heretofore it has not been our policy to advertise, but we want the people to know our prices Our poods aie jiuaianteed or your money back ALDRtCli RINARD. THE MUTUAL Life Insurance Company of New YorH I Oldest Lifu insurance Company in America. Financial Institution in the World. -c- Asscts, Jumiiirv I liuai'iintee I iyul j'lOfi, ovei 000 J. H. SHAW, Local Agent. 01 I'll K OVKU HLNI-m .V IUI.ES ADA, U Lii Mulhall Sued For Damages. St. Louis, May Suit tor damages was tiled Wed- nesday in the St. Louis circuit con it by Earnest Morgan against Zach Mnlhall, formerly general live stock agent of the Frisco railroad The petition alleges that Morgan was whot and seri- ously wounded by Mulhall dur- ing a d.sturbance at a wild west show on-the Pike at the world's fair and that he was permanently ininred. Mulhall recently convicted and sentenced to the penitentiary three yeais. but is out on bond pending the ot an appeal Abandoned Town Arises. Uenison, -_J5 -The little town ot WANTS housework. Bar ringer. -Woman for genera] Apply to MIS L Poi: SALK Tjvent.t acres bot torn land, two west of Ada. Apply to C S. Wilburn, five miles west of Ada. thiee room Tentti and barn Fou One finished houce on street. Good water Price, pei month. See Otis B. Weaver which ot abandoned I by the KNIFE BLADE IN BRAIN Kansas A. Texas Kail j toad during the oper- Young Man Killed at Tishomingo atoi s strike, will be and Another Surrenders rla-r stop, beginning next Ti.homu.Ko I T, '-T The coal mine-in and At i K Wednesday m-n, MIT mound the town will again Abe Clement t itallv stabbed opened and it is exuei ted be the in the right temple, i my a wound about three niche- deep, fioin the etlect oi uhic.1 he died I ir about two horn s Albeit .loim came to Tishoininuo and place will the popula- tion it had the Katy lett it Court at Stonewall Ilavaig bought the inteiet-tof No 1 betweea 5 p m. i Deputy Marshal Sublett of a. in. U-tt P C Duncan in the Duncan iS. Hen derson business on Main street, t take means of noti- fying the public of the sume All debts, note? and accounts- have been b.v me Thjinkinji my patrons ior the past himseli up tu Co'bi-it He taken into Wtfdne, .Judsre Talbotttt-estabhsh Mill Creek in the city a a continuance of the same Kespectfull.v W P. Henderson Larqe Funeral hours Wednesday evening on bus- am mess John kuovvn Thompson, comedian in the America, M tf Kev French and family 16ft !oi Lindsey, T T whete Mr. Freni h has accepted pastotship ot tho Preshv terian chnnh 'I'heje's onlv one .lo ji son and he d it the opeia house Thtp-d iv Him v liarton it t this moiniii: his home -it damesviile lt.vas; tftei a few d-iv s v isit with his pui put this c I Lee and ul esMt i the D nold watet I he moilgatie, if ilies we si4! 2 rf U'lll Mcllltush J'lttsl.lllsr Peiin in the citv tcnlav v is t old fi lends Mi Intosh tvas a foi met if ot Ada at the b n Mr L J CrovMie' llOBIN'Si Meat Market FOR YOUR LARD. Phi funtinl ot W I Little w i- laivreiy attended this afternoon, seiv'ces condiu ted at the cemeteo bv Haidv ot B.iptnt chuich The buna) was n clri ice of the local camp o ot which Mi Littlo w i- 'i toi net member Bitten by Snake It is [fpoited toi'iv tlint a inn nainod Allen, accompanied bv seveiaiothei while- on the right vv is bitten in two pi ices on the foot bv a snake "iipnosecl to be a spreading addei Dilhgent in- H'liiv and tlu> use ot the phone, iiowrMei tailed to the fact, and is all the in the cit.v knov n to us have been question ed about the matter i no verifica- tion ot the storv been re- Rumor Credits Railway Merge. I T, Maj is staced on trood authority in rail- road circles that the Smith and Western become a patt of the Denvei, Enid and Gulf. This news leccived joyfulh in tin- tfcy since Weleetka is the division on the Ft. ill now twc> trunk line- locked up. The bl.de of tlu> knite i em- the right temple and Inoke orl fell to the around unconscious never spoke after 7 the stfcbb.nsc examination by phvsRiins it wts found that the knile tiaci penetiated the skull imbedded itself in the bitun Ade lenient w a ears in the penitentiarv ,lohn-on i itoi v otii v s i lien VMU 1 1. X :i in Indian Tet- t time 'ind came VN eathtM ioid. Shot and Instantly Killed o.iun.i'u i, L Mnv Jo Have You Tried Freeinont Grape Juice Ao'oluteh pure, without alcohol Tlie finest drink on the market feold at the fountain or by the bottle We also sell MINERAL WELLS W A T E R V In any qnantitv you de-iie. We have a trade in Carton Ice Cream and v'auilla Wafers Nothing foi lunch THe Elite Confectionery. Nickel Store Solicit a share of Your Trade We do not claim to that oni fetore the biggest in the city, but we do claim to have the best sorted stock in our line. Everything imaginable in HOUSKHOLD GOODS AND KITCHEN SUP- PLIES. We have just received recently pretty things in China and Glassware. We have hundreds of use- items you can buy at IO cents You have paid many times 25c lor some of the items named below. Read them carefully and mark down your items wanted and bring j our list with you and A ou can buy anything for the small sum of IOC. Decorated China Table Plate. Decorated China Oat- meal Bowl. Decorated China fealad Dish, Decorated Chma Clean: Pitcher Decorated China Mils tard Decorated China Cup and Saucei, Decorated China Mugs, inch tire prool Nap 7 uich white Nappies, 1 quart Glass Pitcher, Crystal and Gold Dippers. 4 Glass Tumbler-, '2 Salt and Pepper intlv 01 II II II t> kil't >-i i u 1 tu. Ii W s lot and t1 !_ out of Smith toad -ind 3 Ib bucket T) Ib bucket LO Ib bucket 50 lh bucket ou 1.00 gUi'aritec out laid to be as good a- ei anv pack I Lexington Bank Closed its Doors. I Washmirton, May The eomptiollot ol the has been advised that the First N tion.il Mank ot (tkla, tailed Wednesdav National Hank .Stuidexiint has been appomtod loceivei The last of tin's bunk shovvc I its to be- unpniied by and the comptiollei dcttd in asscs-im nt on the stock R. S. TOBIN. Hello No, 21 Harris Hotol Block hol to make the unpuinient yoo 1, a the of the b ink involuntary liquidation Lex ngton, Ok la Officials 61 the Fast National which tailed to open its doois Wednesday, state that they expect tho institution to bo niii- niny jifruin before The tailnte caused ijuite a sensation in business cuc-le- here misimdtf! standing about pastuiace Wednesday rnornmgr noai the pissenyei depot j and the fnin the land had i few when j (.'aitei was "iiot with a shotgun loaded with bud shot j (.'alter was on hts hoise :ind tell oil, and died in a few muivitcs His bodv was riddk'd withthot ana hi- neck bioken W Roberts plated in lail. He is a "oh-in ot Heni.v Martin, toruaerlv pie-ident of the Fust National Hank here Growing Aches and Pain Mis .losie lire mond. Tex wutes ift 1902 have used Ballaid s >snOM Ijiniment in uij famil.v lor three .years I would not be without it in the house I have used it on my little I for j; rowing pains and aches m hot knee- It cured hei rifihtaway. have also used it foi Irost bitten 'eel with yood success II is the best liniment I evei used >0c and 'sj "told k s Hi ug n Rufus Allen Very Low As we yo to pi ess leceived that Kufus Allen n sid- Noith Kennu who was compelled to take his heel some two ayo, not Miivive tla1 iVh. Allen na- sbnclc en disi "Things Worth Knowing' Austin, Dallas, Tex.i3 Gah eiton Jcxi- IVn.son Texi- (iuthne O T IVv ts Muskojjee, I T Waco, Texas San Antonio is Shaw nee, T >outh McAleste: I 'I TuUa, I T Oklahoni i Citj. T 111 TERRITORY TEXAS. OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN Ate all located on the MISSOURI. KANSAS TEXAS RAILWAY. P s 1 his a reason whv you should ttavei ind shiv> yotn ti eight M "The Katv. Bill's Second Hand Store Buvand selK ill kinds nl second hand good- Repairing a Specialty C ah tnd -et'us 01 -endinvoui broken furnilute. BILL'S SECOND HAND STORE. 1 11 111 1 I S UUp'l. ol which the attending hy-iciiuis luve nol been -ible to k nevoi Known to those peisons who take an occa- sional close ol Pinculos. The .value of the resin obtained from the pine tree has long been lecog- nixed in the treatment ot diseases of the bladdei -ind kidneys One dose ot Pineules will relief and one nottle wjp cu'v Clai'k Drug: Co WE WANT YOU TO MOVE As P i ivo spent I mi mil i in our cilorts n> iti ciat t o ncit s t( 1.11 lU, out loc ition, poihips can till ol some1 othoi u'Ood ice not l-u it not. and you u 1 t west, vvo have some great bin- s in tickets lor example, between Mai c-h hrst and May fifteenth, you can go to C ah forma foi 00, andfcoipspond injflx low cost toOi ejfon, W etc. Ask i McNMK, Agent Fi i Crystal Vinegar Bottle, Crystal Pitcher. 1 Ice Cream Saucers. Crystal Berry Bowl. Crystal covered Butter Dishes. Crystal covered >uprar Bowl, Crystal Cream Pitcher, Ail ornaments, 4 Chm.i Eg2s Milk Crock Bars >silk Scab, 1 Box i Iveerme Toilet So.ip dold Dust washing powder. 10 quait Dairv Pau quart Puddinc Pan. Large Wash Basin, 4 Pie 4 quart Stew Pan Large Cake Pan. Muffin Pans. Don Dish quatt Milk Bucket, Miilv t> foot straight Buggy Whips foot Line-. Keather I hotels. lii Teaspoons, Table Spoons, 100 Fish Hooks I- Kish Lines Line Hase Ball liat- 1 pair, Leath" halt 2 400 Matches Linen Ink Tablet t 1 1 ant KMV elopes velope- P lr Papei m liomenitMM that our uoods 'in1 ill priced >n pi nn lisr-n os at then Lowest Net Spot Cash Retail Values. I Store, j A'. M. Prop Phone 77. U oadwiv (ioo; o U-si Orh<   

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