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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                WEATHER FORECAST. Indian Territory: Tonight and Tuesday Temperature. The bin therimmu'ter in front of the office ivtfistered today as follows. At S a. m........................U4 At 3 P. m.. StetYen's croatn at Miss Cieo Ktter is reported ill today. See P. K. Smith for up-to-now pboto work. 152-tf T. A. Killingsworth was over from Stonewall on business today. Ten cents pays for the News one Attorney ,1. F. Bledsoe, of Ard- more, an Ada visitor today. We serve StetTen's ice cream. Mason Drug Co. 3 plug.- of Bhiek Bear tobacco for 3So. At little Bros. Mrs. Travis came in Sunday from Sasnkwa, on a business trip, returning home today. Real estate mortgage blanks at Uie News office. 32-tf Tom D. McKeown is in Pauls Valley on business Ten bars Silk soap for 25c at Little Bros. 60-6t Dr. Lisle will spend the week at Allen on professional business. T. Martin was transacting business is Sulphur today. H. O. Thompson will leave this evening for Pauls Valley on a business trip. There's only one John Thomp- son and he 'will appear at the opera house Thursday, .Tune S. G. W, Johnson of Gainesville, Texas, was n business visitor in Ada Monday. ll. A. Kotsch, wife and daugh- tar returned Sunday from Kona- wa where they had been several days. D. W. Swaffor came in Satur- day evening from Stonewall spending Sunday with his family returning today to his business. Rev. Jno. A. Williams will leave in the morning for Sher- man, Texas, where he will attend a meeting of a board of Austin college, of which he is a member. Little Kamond Chambless is re- ported not so welt today. This little fellow been a patient sufferer for some time and it is hoped that his recovery will be speedy and permanent. by ap A hearing held today I the condemnation board Dr. O, M. Hisant. dentist, look- j pointed to appraise the damages d in Conn-Little building, i of certain hind to ho osM for ted phone No. 1S3. '278-tf O. K. Short, a laborer, suffered attack of tits this the postoftioe. Htive a few words to nay to you. Here they are: Siitfur. iMbsfor.............. Clnirette soap, bars..... liS burs for.................. 1.00 Silk soup, :i Uai .s............... U) bars for................ 'i.oo Fern soup 0 bar-........... H cans good hominy....... :i cans corn.......... 3r> :i onus string- beiitis......... :i cans DiuieruilU ;i boxes' bluing1 10 ;i piiukuges iixcoHo......... :.v> Star tobacco per Ib........ li. Rice reenville U> :in Nashville liroouvillo per Ib lUaeli Hoar per plug-........... K> Tennessee Cross Tie, plujr Honot Snuff, plas.s 20 Heretofore it has not been our policy to advertise, but we want the people to know our prices. Our goods an1 guaranteed or your money back. ALDRICH RINARD. _ THE, MUTUAL li Life Insurance Company of New YorK j Oldest Life Insurttnce Company in Strongest Financial Institution in the World. January i, IH05. Guarantee Vuiid J. H. SHAW, Local Agent. 01''K1CB OVKR Bli-ES ADA, JND. TER. For Sale by CLARK DRUG- CO. Prescription Druggists 105 W. Main '.Ada......- Tnd. Ter. Arrested For Grand Larceny. j Prompt Papment. For prompt and quick payment it he Modern deserve especial mention. George liowlin, who was killed reservior purposes by the Ki y railroad near Stonewall. for ttil tivHtuietic r. uleers, ean.-ors and tumors, 54 tf Drs. Martin X lireer. John Custeol, editor and pro- prietor of the Ko'T Ivigle, which ecu- i hy the way is now a leading In Territory paper, spent the Uu-se maUin; Fran W I U his ''M1 a week-- .Biossoui. _ returned bunosy to relatives at day in Ada looking after the in- I tores' of some of his cliout oe f Couch. Willie and Jclio Guest. that'll? headers, and Bar oft. drove to the Canadian river twelve north of Ada W. C. Hollow ami wife are ex- and report the river ui" ted home from Wynnowood j to tho tops of the banks and today. that the current very swift John the btvt; On Thursday. .I une tho fun- known comed.an m America, nifi8t comp 4ian ;n Lee Beard, of Blc-som, Texas, a business visitor in Ada Mondav. A real estato mortgayf. if written ou the blanks wo >ell, wiil hole, -ivater- The News. iJii-tf Thompson, will appear at (i.e. opera hou-e in hi- original vsiudo viile tin- World in During the performance lie will intro- duce eharueters nr.'i place for some days wu- arrested! here this morrinu' ne-ir tho Iv-ity depot upon the change of siva'ingi ;t watch fron. Mat of l-'rancis. Mr. IVarson had hi- w.it i in a horse trougli and stepped out of the burn when Lee entered and took the watch made p.r the Kri-co depot where In- boar.I- ed the on hi- wiy ;r Ada. City Marsha! lioyiu- phutieJ the otlicers here and Lee spotted a few minutes after Uud- find tlie watch-found pinned j in his sock, lie was promptly' locked up and the property turn e.i over to Pearson, who! :dentitie.l his property nt first: serv.nl -i term of a I year au i u ilrt.v i'or grand larceny i'nd are bright for by lightning some day.- ago, held a policy of in that order. The deiUh wus made out and forwarded to the head camp innd in two weeks to a day the I draft, payable to the widow, wa- j in tie hand> of the tcc-e' clerk. pretty quick work, con- j sideriutr that a dox.en 01 more titlavits had to he taken and ex- i i-vipined, and had there been the slightest error in nny one of i them the paper- would have 1 returned e itceu-e- were issuea today to T. Strong. and Miss Myrtle Freeman, both of Stonewall. Hged WANTS To room house neat corner 15th. and Stockton street small barn a month. C. S Aldrich. 60 2t to contract to cut 50 ricks of wood Apply at once to E. C. Felty a1 the office of .U. G. Winu. 59-2 FOK No. H cook stove, one wardrobe and side board new. Call and see them a J. B. 12th, and Constant Ave. I i FUIJ acres bot- 1 totn laud, two miles west of Ada. j Apply to C. S. Wilbnrn. five j miles of. Ada. FOR three room i tirrshed house ou East Tenth! street. Good IVice. Otis M. Weaver. and barn per month. Seo CONFEDERATE VETERANS. Reunion at Louisville, June 14 to 16, 1905. For the. occasion M. j K. T. Ky. will sell from Ada itt rdt? of for the' round trit.-. Tickets on-sa'e .luuei 10th, llth. l-'th. and 13th i tie-In- sive. Final limit .1 une'I'.'tl'., with1 of extension: Katy's Ayent for p.irticu- i'. from an lo Sho Sn.oko fro1 Vs. Suiitl. Headerson lias returned extended t'ip .Texas ton special ty To the Public i-tf r risOO (.'ox and k is Mi-. GO TO I'.'! U '--.V j who has visit- 1'. Carney :ind family, left; "M'ninti for liKir.e. r TOBIN'S I Market FOR YOUR LARD. bought the intei in the Duncan Ot lieu on .Mai'i >--r. 1 take thi- X the publii- i'l' the W. L Reed Elected N-MV- eoiiyiv.tn'HlA- Mr. Ut'ed or, !ns eh.'i-tion as M -r of Oklahoma snd r. Territory Hankers Asso- This is not only a com- nt to .Mi-. Reod, but as well iit; to hi- biinlc and quite (in t.. MH. U.'Ml S Ruined. j M-iy Forty from the {'Vise South. Canadian The river is no me-ins of i rs. T h e lent: and it i Have You Tried Freemorit Grape Juice Ab.-olutel.v pure, without alcohol. The finest drink on tho market. Sold at the fountain or by the We also sell.......... MINERAL WELLS W A T E R In quantity you de-ire. We have a big trade ir. Carton Ice Cronm ana v'anilla Wafers. Nothing liner for lunch LJ The Elite Confectionery. !b lutck-i'l. ib bucket Ib bucicot our lard to he MS a- any pnck- or. Died, At hi.s home at North Ken- nie, Sunday evening, May-_'3, at o'clock, Kufus Allen, aged 2i> years. It wa.s intended to en- ter the remains here, but upon receipt of a telegram to ship the. hody to the old home in Tennes- see, these plans were abandoned, and the bcdy was embn'med and if possible will be shipped to For several weeks Mr. Allen hud been a sull'eror From a com- plication of diseases and his death was not unexpected. 1 lo ii wife and three children to mourn his demise besides a of relatives. Froe Exhibition. A'h.lph of San Antonio, Texas, the gi'o''te--t liv- ing expert with a, riile will give ;i exhibition of tanry shoo ting at the i dub grounds Wednesday at p. m. "ove.mber 10, I'.Hj-l, on the >uis expovition grounds, ppei weii-s broke- clay discs inches iti (Jiamott.ii- with- out miss, and had it not.been I'or darkness ]u.> probably would have added another tlion-'.'rul 1 o his already world's record .score. Hcrbine indigt.-slion and dy.-pep.-ia: regulate tlic bowels and cure the liver and kidney complaint- It i- the best blood en richer and im-igorator in the world, it is purely vegetable, perfectly harmless, and should you be a NiiU'eror from disease, you will use it. if you are wise. H. Andrew.-, Fditor itnd Mgi1. Cocoa and Hoclcledgf; News, Cocoa, Fla. writes: I have u.-ed your Herbine in my family, and tind it a most excellent medicine. Its effects upon myself have been a marked benefit Sold by Clark Drug Co. "Things Worth Knowing' Austin, Texa- Texas For! Texa- IVnison. Texas T. Muskogee. I. T. Texa- San Antonio, Texas Shawnee. O. T Smith McAK'stor. 1. T. TuNa, I. T. Oklahoma City. O. T. .The Largest Cities ii; TEXAS, OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN TERRITORY Are all located on the MISSOURI, KANSAS TEXAS RAILWAY. P. S.--Thi> is a rea.-on you should travo! and sliip your freislit via "The Katy." St. i Mr. T Thogentlemun nsei a '2' Winchester and Winchester croaseless cartridges. Go out and seo this world re- nowned artist, it will not cost you a cent. Warning You cannot have good health unless your kidneys are sound, i'or the kidneys tilte.r the blood of 'Uipnritics which otherwise act as irritating poisons and break' down the delicate organs of the body and ciiuse serious trouble. 1.1'you liuve kidney or bladder trouble and d.o not f'Viley's Kidney Cure, you will luivo only to blame for results, u.s il posi- tively cure- all forms of kidney and bladder d'-nases. S, VI Clurk Drug Co., Drug Co. night is all the timo urcos- sary to prove that Pi'noules MS the bef.l u-mocly in the wor'iil I'or and nil kii1 icy di.d all bladder troubles. 1 f 'yo.i have rheumatism or any othei1 Mood dise.-isc ;i. sir'rle re- lief Clark Driia Bill's Second Hand Store UU.VM and all kinds of .-ccond hand good.-. Furniture a Speciality Cjil! and us. or send in your broken furniture. BILLS SECOND HAND STORE. ('in It 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 onr line. Everything imaginable in HOUSEHOLD 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 IO 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 you and you can bny anything lifted for the small sum of IOC. Decorated China Table Plate. Decorated China Oat- meal Bowl. Decorated China Dish, Decorated China Cream Pitcher, Pec-orated China Mus- tard Cup. Decorated China Cup and Saucer. Decorated China Mugs, s inch tire proof Nap- 7 inch white Nappies, 1 quart Glass Pitcher, Crystal and Gold Glass Dippers. 4 Glass Tumbler.-, 2 Salt and Pepper Sha- kers. Crystal Vinegar Bottle, Crystal Syrup Pitcher, 4 lee Cream Crystal Kerry Bowl. Crystal covered Butter Dishes, Crystiu Covered Sugar Huwi. Crystal Cream Pitcher, Ail of ornament-, China Nest Ksrfzs. Milk Crock. :-l Bars >silk Soap. 1 Box Glycerine Toilet Soap. Boxes Goic! -Dust washing powder. 10 Dairy Pan. s quart Pudding Large Wash Basin. 4 Pie Plato, 1 quart Stew Par., Large Cuke Pan. Muflin Iron Dish Pans, s quart Milk Bucket. Milk Stri'iners. U foot straight Buggy >0 foot Clothes Lino. Feather Dusters. 12 Teaspoons, M Table Spoons. 100 Fish Hooks. 12 Fish Lines. 1 Stasring Line. Largo Itase Bali. Base Ball But-. 1 pair Leathe half Solos. 2 100 Mutches. 2 Linen Ink Tablets. square Wai lot Knveiope-. Uox Fancy Paper und l-'nvelopo-. 20 .yard.- Paper. that our sill priced in ph'r. t-'-jCi-ires at their Lowest Net Spot Cash Retail Values. Y'oa can apply MunZiin inside, right where the. pain is. It js put up in collapsable tubes with nozzle attachment for introducing it, ManZan stops pain instantly and cures all kinds of blind, bleeding itching and protuding piies- Clark Drug Co. WE DON'T WANT YOU TO MOVE spyiit me all-i i'l i V, r I'tioris lo tin a'reat west, ;'r.d f you a "e j.ol you r locat N-l) of sonic other placi1. not faraway; if not, and you want tit fro west, we have some great bar- gains iii tickets.....for example, between Match lirst and May fifteenth, you can go to California for and core-pond- inirly low cost to Oregon, Washington, etc. McXAIR, Agent. Frisco System. S, M. Prop PHone 77. 1.5roadway, 3 dooi> North of Post MEWSPAPERI   

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