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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                WEATHER FORECAST. Indian Territory: Tonight wad thunderstorms. l'ht> front At At Temperalure. therwoiui'tvi in the New- ottue today follows: in.. 64 ot LOCAL NEWS Steffen's cream Mason's. 50- tf Mr-. C. 1> Price is reported -ick. The little child of C.. W. Cox and wife is reported quite See P. K. Smith for up-to-now pnoto work. 152-tf J. H. Wilson was a business visitor at Mill (.'reek, Friday. Ten cent- pays for the News one wtek. We e StetTen's ice DuiiT Oo. Uale Stattler, of Jesse, cream. tf s n wav home from tlie on hi- Ardmore Real estate mortgage blanks at the News office. 32-tf J. A. Parri-h, of Hotf, visited friends' in the Friday evening- Dr. O, M. dentist, loca- ted in Conn-Little building, phone No. W. C. Cope and family of huyhwere the -hopping treatment for tiibetcu- uhers, iniu ei- and tumot-. 54 tf Martin X. (ireei Mis.- Fannie left this> morning foi i t with re'.xtne- at Rockwali, The oihc-e ha- t'ot -ale real estate mortgage blank- that stand the tes-t. only _, __ _ sou and he will appear at the opera house Thursday, June 8. Rev. Juo. A. Williams return- ed thin morning from Pt. Wortht Texas, where he has been attend- ing the general assembly of the Ptesbyterian church. Little JLitiiur Troue, of Mil- phur, is in the city tho ot her papa, J. M. Troive, who is conducting the auction sale at the Cox Greer Dry Good's Cov store, K. II Little, bi other of L J., C P. aud W. J. Little who was here attending the funeral of his brother, ,J. Little, left this morning for hi- home at Snyder, Oklahoma. T. H Hall, ex-merchant of Ada and well known in this country, was in Ada today on his way home at Owl from Mineral Welle, Texas, where his wife is very ill. Mr. Hall says his wife has been ill since February, and that now she is very low. H. Moss, wife and baby, of Stonewall, have been the guests of Mrs. Moss' uncle, Frank Jackson, and family, Mr. Moss returning home on the noon train, his wife remaining a short time their baby was quite this morning. Every storm cellar and 'fraic cave did business to crow dec house- Friday night. NS. I. To- bias and wife entertained twenty four of their -friends in an in formal manner and their mas sively built cellar lent a feeling ot -ecurity to every one present. On Thursday, June the fun mest comedian in America, Join Thomp-on, will appear at the! opera hou-e in bi- original ville entertainment, Around the World in Minute-.' During tl.e nerfotnotice he will intro- duco ton council ihaiacter- and acts- M tf Rev Mastm, who was jcluuged with tect'iving money i ungei ial-e pretenses-, wa- le leaned at Aulmoie Friday under iin-tructions trom the company j in whose employ he i-, stating i that the lettle purporting to have Have a few words to, say to you. Here ihey are for Clatretti" soap, 'l bars bai> for 8UK soup, l bai .15 bars, for I'Vrn soup bin 3 calls good lioininy I oaus, good corn I cans string i cans Ounc" bluing l packaged Kxuello T> Star tobacco per Ib 15 K. Rice lireenville per Ib ,r> Nashville per Ib ItlacU Hear plug Cross Tie, plug n llouost Siuilf, per glass. 20 10 Heretofore it has not been our policy to advertise, but we want the people to know our prices. Our goods are gnaianteed or your money back. "THE MUTUAL Insurance Company- of New YorK Oldeaf Life Insurance Company in America. Strongest Financial Institution in the World. January I, 1005, over (iuaiautee l-'uiri m J. H. SHAW, Local Agent. OFFICE OVER HUXLEY BlLKh ADA, THlt. W BIG CQMPRESS CASE. Suit Involving Now on Trial in ,Court. Shawuee, Ok., Ma> An important civil case in the Potta- watomie district court is that of the injunction proceedings of Neil P. Andercon and others against the Shawnee Compress company. The aud was suit involves instituted to ALDR1CH Phone No. Mid 5 p. m- I between a. m. 1-2-U The young ladies ot the M E icome fiom them -aying that he church who gave an ice cream apd strawberry -octal Thursday, May 25, cleared "Look up. sad heait. andcea-ei repining" Tneiea a (night sil ver lining to dark cloud I 'that has hovered met tin- -or i ticm (luring the past, month- It yon kept tab on the weather in j look up vour diur.v. re-id and reioic.6 A dentleman who ha-, iu-t examined ot report- m.ide by the lomptess l coveting that yeai inloims> '1 it even repot t inside tor tlu-i month of ilay w is tinged with I on account ot j mi that the tii-t t'lvourblo. It'1 And v i't such a c'iop hai vested in wn- CONFEDERATE VETERANS. Reunion at Louisville, June 14 to 16, 1905. For tin- ot easion the M K T. Hv will -ell ticket-.t i om Adu at rate of s-lhiCi tor the lound tup Tickets on -aie .Juno I nth, llth, 12th. and 13th mtlu Final limit June vv.th pi ilege of See Katv s Agent for tn u lar- Nodh Hawkins Dead The is> sjueved to leuu of the death ot Noah HavvUm-. J. W. Jone-, tathei of Mr-- K. L. Steed, in the city on hi- way i home to Wetumka, trom a two month- trip in Texa- Thorn p-on, tO'itediri in John kuown June Mrs- .1 her aunt Mi- M L hu-band, of Holclenv, morning'1 who shoi t '-it tho be-t' tf o and 11_, i-1 11 11 he i i a it n-il wutten on the blank- we -oil. will hold I'Ke New- '2-tf Mr da.v L's ier, tu uin I'u-'-h came in F- i: t' Me Me- IUM hu-bund wliui- it, tiu ....s not in their employ, wh-a He died Saturday morning It rank toigery and tint thev nev ei i will be lemenibered that he un- ordered In- arie-t i tin own fioui hi-1 horse some tnne au'o-mil two afterwaid wn- lound in the wood-in au uncon -clou- condificm Noah, who was a lull hi uxi Indian, v given to dtinl ing cv fi character of alco- holic cl'inU h-could secure, and -ml) iinni'i. it wa- the came of ill .it1 Hi >vi- -omewhat a in pi.i'it Im.i'ui made-o be- inir thf pinu-ip vi >n two minder i.'i-is lu-h vs-i- tuinlly dismiss- t ti Ni w itli-i n.cling Noahs h vbit- wo e i him ing nd t'uts tiul liked him Hi- A iMtmnei in good stand mi, t Biptist church May hi- -pint live foM'vt" in the h ij pv hunlnii.' jiiiiurd- Trdmpled by Circus Crowd. MeAle-ter. 1. T Mas 117. damage in the prevent the Shawoee Compress companyjrom leasing its plant la the Gulf Compress company 1 he bhawiiee Compress com- pany is incorporated undei the laws ot Oklahoma and ha- been [operated during the past year by I Beatty i Stubbs. who ellectad a ot tlie to the Gulf ompHn.v two months (ago i Neil P of Fort I Worth, now -eek- an miuction Kentucky, tairyniir out "the con tract. The army of legal talent is, .tuiong tin ablest in the tei 11 and the case will N> hitterh fought Not Guilty of Killing. SmWm-e. Ok May, "21. Fi i day afternoon the iurv m the ca-e ot the again-t A L Jo1 Jan i Inn s_ret( with the kill ing of MHI-'IU! Smith of wood 'itthe English Kitchen at Shawnee last tall, bi ought in n verdict ot not and the cie teudant iva- discharged WANTS to contract to cut 5u ricks'of wood. Apply at once to K. C. Felty at the office of U. G. Winn. 59-2t Fou No. H cook stove, one wardrobe and side board new. Call and see them ai ,1. B. corner 12th, anc Constant Ave. FOK acres hot two west of Ada to C. S. Wilburn, five iiis west of Add tf Fou tin ee room .imshed hou-e on East Tenth -treet. Good wuiei and barn. Price, fllO.Od rer month SPG Oti- B. Wea% er Nickel Store Solicit a share of Your Trade I W IT GIVES THE BUT RESULTS. V Fur Sale by CLARK DRUG. CO. Pt (ascription 10.i Maii: Ada, Ind. Ter. JP Have Yoxi Tried Freemont Grape Juice? Ab-olutelv puie, without alcohol. Tin- finest drink on the market Sold at the fountain or bv the bottle We also sell MINERAL WELLS W A T E, R. In any rpiantitv yon de-ire. W e nave a big tiade in x, Carton Ice Crenm and Wafers. Nothing hner foi lane h THe Elite Confectionery. ,i- betore made in count i oi u.vuhere There ii'ouex follow my thP yreat hai ip-t to nt the bud- and ot oui people proceeded to pelt tin -onir.-tei- with c-oir All i ommittiH'-. on (Jontederate icuion ivil! pli-a-e report to M by Monday afternoon at o'clock, givrng complete inforniatioii the done GO TO r iTOBIN's! Meat Market FOR YOUR LARD. 8 Ib bucket 5 bucket ID ]b bucket 50Ib bucket 1.00 Wogua'imteo our lard to be as good a" any pack- et R. S. TOBIN. Hello No, 21 Harris Hotol lilock tfoney Grov Runaway. teiiin belonging to Dr. N 13. liin Uenridge became frightened the Katy railroad Fridav and Rotting awa.> from theilnrtji, ran down the street at i hieak neck puce converting an alino-t new I'Uggy into kind ling wood and iron. Notice Rev P. I'1 Morgan, of Dallas, will preach at the Cum berland Presbyterian church to- morrow morning at 11 o'clock, and in the evening at 3 o'clock will lecture on The evil- in soci- ety. Everyone cordially invited to attend To the Public Having bought the inteic-tof E'.C Duncan in the Duncan Ilcn- deison on We-t Main street, T take tin- means of noti tug the pubht of the IP All debts, notes and accounts have been iinifd me. Thanking my patton- ror the psi-t i arc! u continuiiiic'c of the -rune, am, Rpspectiully 'Jjt W. P. Henderson Notice' ri h" committees oi Con led Sons and Daugh- ter oi Conledei Veterans and of th i coinmeicnil clnb ate re qiiLstccl to j-eport to M. Doss not later than Monday May at 1p.m.. as to what Npiogress they have made towards raising funds for the reunion of Confed- erate Veterans, to be held at Ada July 21, a2 and '215, as we desire to know whether or not it will he a success. J. P Wood, Brig. Gen. Com Chukasiw Brigade. A novel fcduial court went to Hie' iin.v this morning Mr- Jennie Hendritk- -mng the KocU I land foi peisonal damages due to her being tun over a is ciovvd. Mrs Hendric ks trying to alight trom a tiain, alleges that the trainmen did not keep back a trying to boaid the ear and she was tram- pled under foot and -eriou-lv in Hired. Peculiar Horsetheft Case. Anadarko, Ok May -7 itl Honihvnd returned Friday Morning trom Deni-on, Tex. with Adolph Arispi. a Mexican, charged with horse thett This KS a peculiar owing to the fact Ai ispi was here as a witness against anotliei man dinged with stealing hoi'sos, and it is rhaigod that lion Ari-pi left hoi -c to i-idp nway. Notice1 lie -tole a V 'Things Worth Knowing' Au-lin. Texa- Dalla-, Texas Fort Gah e-ton, I'ex i- Demson, Tex-i- (tuthiie, T Hou-ton I ex I. T U'aco, San Antonio, Texas Shawuee, O. T South M  the same to be applied in denning up and ptiltmg the City ci unetery in a ivore piesent aMe apptvir-inco. Re-pectlully. ____C. W. (irayes Presbyterian Church The pastor, John A Williams, will supply tho pulpit at 11 a. in., and 'i 15 p in. Instead oi pi cach- ing a sermon in the morning fye will give an account ol the meet- ing of the geneiaj assembly which has jnst Worth, and of member. convened in Fort whic'i he was a WE DON'T WANT YOU TO MOVE rntnc As we hiM> spent, me iincl money >H o ir olloili- to -ctt' tin groat southwest, and if you aiv i ct sail- led uith yom location, c'uit'l) of some other good place, not tut away, it not, and you want t go vvrst, wo some great but- g. 'nt, example, between Mnich lirstand May tilteenth, you can go to foi 00, and coie-pond- imih cost toOtegon, 1. McNAIU, Agent, Frisco System. w We do not claim to that our fetore is tVie biggest in the city, but we do claim to have the best as- sorted stock in our line. Everything imaginable in HOUSEHOLD GOODS v AND KITCHEN PLIEG. We have just received recently pretty things in China and Glassware. We have hundtedsof use- ful items you can buy at 10 cents. You have paid many times and 25c for some of the items named below. Read them carefully and mark down your items wanted and bring your list with yon and can buy anything li-ted for the small sum of IOC. Decorated China Table Plate. Decorated China Oat- ineal BowJ. Decorated China balacl Dish, DCC-OJ. itecl China Ci earn Pitcher, Dpcoiated China Mu- tard Cup. Decorated China Clip and'Saucei. Decorated China Mugs. inch tire prc jf Nap pie-. 7 inch u lute Nappies, 1 quart (ila-s Pitcher, Cry-tal and Gold V-a-e-, Glass. Dippers. 4 Glass Tnmblei-, '2 Salt and Pepper ker-. Ciystill Vinegar Bottle. Crystal Nytup Pitcher, 1 Ice Cream Saucers. fJiystal Berry Bowl. Ct covered P.utter Dishes Cryst'tl covered Sugar Bowl, Crystal Cream Pitcher, Ail kinds of A China Ne-t Eggs. Milk Crock. 0 Bars Soap, 1 Box Ghcerme Toilet Soap, 3 Boxes Gold Dust washing powder. 10 qnait Dairy Pan s quait Puddinii Pun. Large Tiasin, i Pie Plate-, 1 qu.n t Stew Pan, Large Cake Pan. Mutlin Paiif. lion Dish Pans. c-jviatt Milk Bucket. Milk Strainers. foot straight Buggy Whip- loot Clothes Line-. Feather Dustets. 
                            

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