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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma WEATHER FORECAST. Territory: Tonight showors and cooler; Satin- day fair and warmer. Temperature. The in trout ot the New- otlu e registered as follows At a. m At o p. in M LOCAL NEWS i Stiffen'; ream 'it Mason'.-. L. 10. Patterson came in Thurs- day from Oklahoma. See I' K. Smith fot up-to-uow photo vv ork. 152-tf Mr-. .1 F. Fin ley was shopping in the citv Friday. Ten cent- pays for the News one wtek. A, N. Weaver and family of near Center were in Ada -hop- ping today. Ma-on Drug Co. Mrs. A. Bile- i- Alxnit recovered from het recent 11. A. Kotsch, wife and daugh- ter, were passengers to Konawa on the afternoon Katy. F.unioe Johnson and of Cun way, .shopping in the citv Friday, Mr. West of North who hits been veiy sicU for about ten day a is yot very low. J. W.Starr and wife, of Uak- man, were trim-acting business in Ada Friday t Mrs. J- W Stewart returned this morning troiu Ari'.inore, Mr. Stewart stopping otl at Ho ft' on business. A. 15. Daub, of I'la.-t St. Louis, vice president of the Ada Light uiui Cias Co is in the city on a busine-s mission. Mi- C. K. Davenport and child of Konawa, are in the city the guests of Mr-s. Davenport's par- ents, W. Woodard and wife. .lat-per Dunn, of Conway, was a business visitor in Ada today, and a pleasant caller at the News orhce while in the city. J. M. Milliway left this mor- ning for his home at Holdenville, after looking over business mat- ters in Ada several day- Keal estate mortgage blanks at the News office. 3'2-tf W. Hussel, of Davis, -top ice i-ream. otf-tf j W. C and wife went to repotted as W 1. T., to attend the wedding anniversary ot Mrs. Rollow't. brother, Will Mooie and wife. Mis- Maud Tenneiy left this morning for her home at Ard- more after a pleasant visit with Have it few words to- say to yvu. Here they are for CUnrelU' it 10 Imi for I 00 Silk houp, ,i bin J lo ,r> twis for I.HO 1'V't'U soap'.i Inn- 'A cans gooit ivouuny ,1 cans ffooil eoru y-> cans. beans. i can- niilU bluing lo i Slur toblu-oi" pel 11) K Rico (it ci'nvUlt" per Ib ,r> Na-livillo (irec-nville per ll> r. HliieW Hear por plug1 ToniK'.-sei' O'pss Tio. plug Honest Snuft, per jrIAS- so Heretofore it has not been our policy to adverti.se, but we want the people to know our prices. Our goods are gutuanteod or your money back. ALDRICH RINARD. THE MUTUAL Life Insurance Company' of New OUtest Life Insurance Company in America. Mtrungcsl B'inancial Institution in tliu World i. VI Jitmiiiry I, ovi-i l-'nnil J. H. SHAW, Local Agent. 01 TICK OVh'tt HKNI.KY ADA, SCHOOL MATTERS. day en route to Konawa. O, M. Bisant, dentist, loca- ted in Conn-Little building, phone No Will Melntosh left this morn- ped over in Ada a few hours Fri- (her sister Mrs H. F. and husband on West loth street. W. Hollis. Grand Worthy lec- tuiet of the Eastern Star, of Ark- ansas, came in Thursday and de hvered a tine lecture to the F.as-t- Snake Indians Confer. South M, Ale-tei. 1 T Ma.v c- of the Cher Marrietta's Application for Bonds Regarded Favorable. Ardmore, I- T., May erintendent of Schools Benedict, wtio been in the ChickaMtw nation investigating conditions with reference to the issuing of will leport favorably on the application of Marrietta to is- sue school bonds. I'n- der the law .school bonds cun not be issued without the approval of the secretary of the interior, and .Mi. Benedict wa- delected to look after the matter.. ''School condition- in flu- ter- ritory nre in excellent he said. "The appropriation of for the coming vear will of great assistance in establish- ing new schools." Ninety-Nine-Year Sentence. Shawnee, Ok., May A WANTS acres bot- tom >and, two miles west of Ada. Apply to C. S. Wilbnrn, tive irfilcs west of Ada. Pou three room tinishecl house on Kast Tenm street. Good water and barn. Price. per month. See Otis B. Weaver. IT OIVCS TNC MMT UOMT. ing tor Sulphur after a short visit, ern >tur lodtre in the evening with old friends in Ada treatment for tubeieu rr, ulcers, cam et- and tuuioi s tf Or- Martin X. (Jreei All committee- on L'hicku.-aw Confederate Yeteiun- reunion will plea-e repoit to J. M. by Monday'itlernoon at I-o'clock, ment l'he-e deluded Indian- L, .J special to the Herald announces and Creek bands oi Snake that Jim outrun tor the Choctau lured man, ,lacU-on. and the okec Indian-met near here in council with and re-olveilto resist allntiuent of Innd-or an> lurthei uea! vrith the fedeml govern- woik information ot P. Wood. We have ec informed that there In- a mm Ard more June md 7 j. traveling pas- The News, office has foi -ale senger acent of the Louisville real estate mortgage blank- that I Na-hville railroad, was in Ada to- will stand the test. day in the interest of his road, w i- i IT 'hsnting some of the reunion at Currie and J. went to Byrd's Mill on Legal tenaants business today. Lillian Phone No I between s. a. m. jot .loh-i Haggs and wife, vva- and 5 p. m. l-.'-tt i taken to Austin, lexas. this morning v here she will D.I'. Harrison, of Monewell, medical treatment tor hei infirm are uiul >r tiie impression that pie-ident will re-ton- then tonne i hunting grounds und drive tnihx.ation Jrom the leni- tory will be given allot regardless of then de-nes IP the matter and placed in of the same "hooting of the daughtei o! Mr Amer-. Delia Hurt on, now r covered, sentenced a ]ury ir di-tnct i ourt at Chandler Tnui-dav alternoon to ninet.v nmeyeai- in the penitentiary. The iury iound him guiltv of murder in the nr-t deyree, but lecornmeuded tuat capital ishment be suspended. pun- FortSale by CLARK DRUG CO. 1 Prescription 105 Main Ada. Ind. Ter. I Notice! Tlirouyh thn Kveninu Xew> I, wish to ask the congregations of the various churches ot Ada take up K donation on Ma.v the samp to be applied in clean i lit: up and putting the City cetnMery in a more present able appearance. Kespecttully. C. W. (irmyes. was tiansacting in today. John Thompson, the kuown comedian in America. June tf at C. W several Nutt and mile- f-inulv liv ing of shoppmir in the city Robt Winbish letuti.ei l.n. i- They will cull uponiom in.'f Robnett before their i Motice' Tht Luiuiiuttees 01 Con ted- ieiate Sons and Kutu- Allen ill t-rnl 'a> s i- vv hi i In- been or tne past -ev 11 nine I TOBIN'S I Meat Market FOR YOUR LARD. .i D bu ket ih hu me. Thanking1 my patrons for the pa-t and n continuance of tho same, T am, Respectfully 32-20t W. P. Henderson. U.MS ot Contederate eterans and of the commercial club are ro qne-ted to repoit to .1 M Doss not latfi man Monda.v. Ma.v .it I p m a- t i what progress thev have LU-ule toWHrd- rursmg liinu- tor tht' reunion of C'on fed etate Veter.ui.s to be held at Adn Ju-lv and a-wedesiie knon vviietln-r 01 not it vv ill be i .1 1> Wood, Hrig (n'li ('on, Ch'i kas-iw Hrijjude. Sponsor and Maids of Honor. denerul commander of the Cmckasaw brigade of Con ledeiate ha-appointed Mrs Maggie (Juy, ot Milphur. brigade sponsor and -he has selected Heulah C'onner. of I'tuils N'alle.v, and Mis- kson, of Viola, a- hei maul- of l.onor, all ol whom will act in such c.ipacit'v nt the LoiiisviHe reunion. Have You Tried 4P Freemont Grape Juice Ab-oluteh without alcohol. The finest drink- on the market. Sold at the fountain or by the We also sell MINERAL WELLS W A T E R. In any quantity you desire. We have K big trade in Carton ice Cremn and Waters. Nothing trier for lunch THe Elite Confectionery. 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 w- sorted stock in our line. Everything imaginable in HOUSKHOLD GOODS AND KlTtJHRN SUP- PLlKS. NVe 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 lo.io and 25c tor some of the items named below. Read the ui carefully and mark down your items wanted and bring your list with yon and j ou cun buy anything lifted for the small sum ot IOC. Decorated China, Table Pint.; Dei orated China Oat- meal Bowl. Decorated China Salad Dish, Oe luiwnee, Okla There i-" Initiation. Ma.v _'U prepared for tiling in the Oklahoma -upreme court, briel.s in a en il case was one ot the hardest fought and mo-t pecuhat in tlu> histor.v ot Oklahoma courts At the April teim in K'ivvard H. Kuhl, a.s, plaintifl, sucil the Su preme Knights and Ladie- and other- for for iniulies alleged to huve hc'en 10 ceived during an imtia on in that ordei in Miavvnee, causing pernioniint lo-s nnd dimiMgi' to the plaintill, vvlu> vva- painter but deehttd lie had -nice been unable to The case has been tried e iuiy reiti'iinnig out hofif- in the tirst and lo.snlted in .1 IIUIIK I'l'.y- The -ecoml trial le.Miltei f.ivor ol the deletise G i owing Ar.hes mU fain Mi- Josie .Suu.m IJi.1- uiond. wiites, April IUOL; "L have used Liniment in my fanny for three years. would not without it in the house. I havt used it on my little girl for growing pains and aches in her kneo-. It cured her right away. I have also used it for frost bitten foe, with good success. It is the liniment 1 ever used." L'.'c, 5fc and Hold by Clark's Prufc Ca. "Things Worth Knowing' Au-tin, Teva- Texas Fort Wot tn, Ciahe-ton. lexa- Denison, Tex-i- (Juthiie. i) T Hou-ton. T( Muskogee, 1. T Waco, Texa- San Antonio, Te.xa- Shawnee, O. T South Mi I '1 Tni-a, I, T Okhihouri C'lty. T I'tie Largest C'itie- in TEXAS, OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN TERRITORV AIP all located on the MISSOURI, KANSAS TEXAS RAILWAY. L' N. Tin- is a rea-on you should travel -ind ship youi freight via "The K'tU.v." Bill's %Second Hand Store i tf' Kuys ;md sell- till kmcls ul -I'cond hand Repairing' a Specialty Call and -ee us, or -end in ,vour broken furniture. BILL'S SECOND HAND STORE. OllC I Uu 11 i -I I l> 1 lull i S I Hi He 1 WE DONfT WANT YOU TO MOVE As e 1 av e spen' me 'sad money i i i lloifs to M-ttle III southwest, and it' Vi- i .ue lot s i' you i loc.ition. can vou of some other gom1 pl.ice, not tttt au-.ty. it tiot, and you uanl, to west, VM> have .-.ome great bar- '.is. in tickets lor example, between Muich lir-t and May iifteeuth, you cun go to California for nnd core-pond- low cost to Oregon, Washington.etc. Astir T. McNAIK, Agent. Frisco System. i'.oxi'.s dold' Dust washing powder. 10 quait Dairy Pan. duait I'uddmir Pan. Wash Basin, 4 Pie Plate-, t Stew Pan. Largo Cake Pan, Muffin Pans, Iron DishPan.s. quaifc Milk Bucket, Milk Strainers. foot straight Buggy foot Clothes 1'ine-. Feather Ductcfs. t Teaspoons. Table Spoons, Fish Hooks Fish Lines. >tajring Line, Bu-e Ball BKSO Ball Bats. 1 prtir Leathe halt Soles, -2 400 Matches. 2 Linuii Ink Tablet-. stjiKii F.nvolopes. T Kuvelopes. Bo Fancy Paper and elope-. yard- -lielf Paper, lu'intMi'bei that our me all priced in plain litr -n es at, their Lowest Net Spot Cash Retail Values. Store. M. Slxaw. Prop Phono 77. door- North Ot' .'SPAPERf
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