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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                v WEATHER FORECAST, Indian Territory: Tonight and Friday fair. Temperature. The. big thermometer in front of the News otfiee registered today At S a. At 3 m..................... rel had been best LOCAL....... ,r. G. Winn is in Stonewall- Kteft'en's cream at Mason's. Mrs. Oliver went to Ardmore today on a short visit. See P. K. for up-to-now photo work. 15i-tf A. Ashby. of Denison, WHS transacting tmsines- in Ada to- day. Ten cents pays for the News one week. L. K. Patterson left this morn- ing on a bnsine.-s trip to different points in Texas. We serve Stefl'en's ice cream, j Mason Drug Co. tf Judge Haney came in this; luotning from Ci reenville. Texa-. on business trip. j 3 plugs of Black Bear tobacco i fpr 85c. At Little Bros. bo-tit, i Mrs. Davenport, who here j with her parents. H Woodard j and wife reported quite j mortgage blanks at j the News ottiee. 32-tf i Hob! McKeown tills mVirn-' itfft on a hu-ine-- trip to honia City. O, M. lii.-anl. dentist, lor.-.- in Conn-Little phone No 1-T 'J7x-tf 6. '1. and ''-itnily have moved to the hou-" of V. W. Hardm. For tirst cia-- bicycle repair- ing see Koss 1 L." North Broadway. iH-iit Texas, was transacting business in Ada Ten bar.- Silk soap for at Little Bros. ti'HU Pick Couch came in from Sa- sakwa Wednesday evening, re- turning this morning on bu.-ine-s. John Thomp-oii, the he-t ki.own fomedian in America. tf .1 C Story I'.ur. N >i'a.-'- a. a mi-ine.-- >r X- Kay t ;r lar. sh-ors, i and le.moi--. 1-t f i >r-. M'lrtin vX i T'ne ear .'id i-o.x i.if Kd Ma.-s-.r.i.'Mi'1 uit'e. of Tyrol-i, died tins o- L r Ai.di r i.-- expected home from A rdh eveninir where hi- ha.- -ng rourt tin.- pa-t Filter the u'-'rm >u i id' your inking wit h a filter tiller- for sale by I Joss T'pt.on. at the bicycle shop til-''.t Swank's liable. W. T. Martin nesday evening. City, where he business mission. Commeioial (rem, cigar. H. C. Platter, of the I'latter Grocery Co., is in city and has taken over the Adfc Wholesale (irocery Co., stock fbtf his company. Smoke Blue Ribbon. Can't he heat W-l 2t Mrs. S. C. Tor accom- panied by Gladys Torbetty left for lier home at Wills Point, Texas, this morning. Gladys will spend the summer with her grandmother. Chit wood would he ghid to show any one through his house, that is to be sold June (U-4t Chas A. Hoshour and A. T. Swan of Oklahoma City are iii the city. These gentlemen are interested iu the calcium find seven miles southwest of the city, which analysis shows to be !H> per cent pure. The News office ha.- foi real estate mortgage blank- Umt will stand the test. 3'2-tf The little child of Lyninn M. Gotchy and wife. liviiiiT just west of -Ada, died Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock, of bowel trouble. it will be buried this afternoon at o'clock at the McDaniel farm. On Thursday, June s, the fun- niest com median in America, John Thomp.-on, will appear at the opera house in his original vaude- ville entertainment, "Around the world in "-0 Minute-." Have a few words to say to Here they are: Sujrar. iMbsfor Sl.oo Oluii'H.t.e soap, 1" burs for 1.00 SHU poup, ,'i bars........... .10 :iS for...... 1.00 Kern soup U bur-........ 3 i-ans youd hominy. II nuns jjood corn '-5 :i onns'strintr onus milk 2." ;i bluing1 in Slur per lb..... 4.1 K. Rice lii-eonvilU- il. Nashville (iroenviUt- PIT lb Klaek Hour per pluir MVinu'ssi'i.' Cross Tie, Hum'st Snuff, per yhi-i- L'o Heretofore it has not been our policy Jto advertise, but we want the people to know our prices. Our goods are iron ran teed or .your money oack. ALDRICH RINARD. performance ho will introduce comical character- and ten Fine Exhibition. The t-'xi-.ibicicn given by Adolph'l npperwni at (begun Hub grounds Wednesday aftrnu.on was the tine-t exhibition of mark- manship we have over witnessed. Mr. Toppe- ein :n form and, t> thrown iuto ti.'' a: r witi. perfect i-.i.ty aet- 54-tf Notice! due fice ntr i 'lease cali at aiui tax is now niMyor'- 'of- Reuniofi >n July i', 4 and 5, the members of the (i. A. K. and Confedenrte Veterans will hold a reunion at Owl. Everybody i" invited and the committee on arnngements will endeavor tc show you a plea-ant tin-.f. Notice. A c.'ili meeting of liie m.'n  ne of hi> TIM ficts WH> the -piiiiiit: of a in the hands of a confederate at a distance of twenty :V't't which was neatly ,-plit 'u; t'.v-. at ithe .second shot. His o: hiv.iK- ius four eggs thrown into the air- at one time before they reached ihe ground was al-o well received. He clipped five empty cartridge shells I rom the tir.imb and tiupers of the assistant in many lie put ti-.-u buljets through a hole the of and perform- ed niar.v oti.t-r ditlicuit. feats. Nearly a Hundred Delegates Are Now in the City. Tbo annual session of the. Hold- enville district Indian mission conference M. E. church began in this city Wednesday evening with about forty delegates present. Owing to and late many of the delegates did not make their appearance until todaj. Rev. Shay, of Eienryetta, dt- livered the opening sermon Wed- nesday evening a-t o'clock. Thursday morning the con- ference convened at o'clock with the presiding elder in the chair. The various committees were appointed, and at 11 o'clock Kev. Hodgson, Holdenville, preached a soul inspiring ser- mon. The afternoon was spent in a bu.-iness session. Preaching tonight. j Will Reside in Missouri. Mr. and J. Emory lei' i tlii.- morning for a two week's i vUit to Marl in, Texas, wb.i'r'11 will hi- tlie guest- of Nil's. Emory's mother. From there 1 they will -go to Sikeston. Mo., i where they will make their future home. We are sarry to sec this es t-iinahle couple leave Adu. for their presence will be sadly mi.-sed in the bu-ines- a- a- social circles Our how- ever, i- that they enjoy the fullest bies-ing- of life and that, their hoiii prove n OKI.-. Ribbon tor Typewriter. of the hoard of ri.--.nt1' of Woods .county. Oklahoma. when the h'nird to pass an item of tin-'- county clerk's e.v- pen-e account, entered a- "ribbon fo! typewriter." lie said tho clerk's typewriter wa> a nice irirl but he didn't think the county to buy her WANTS Pou SAMS acres bot- tom land, two miles west of Ada. Apply to C. S. Wilburn. five miles west of Ada. tf Fort three room tinisthad house on. Tenth street. Good water and barn. Price. per' month, Otis Weaver. For Sale bv CLARK DRUG- CO. Prescription Druggists 10.' T.V. vai" Ada. fnd. Ter. A Wolf Calf. There is a freak cuif on H. T. Cruver's, farm at Cushing, Okift-; homa, tircordiug to the Independ- enr, :-li is a perfect of the bovine genii- with the ex- ception of its nu-i-; I'I'OM: the oars and eyes down. The tio-e i- very long and closely resembles tiie nose of a The tongue is liinjf and 'narro-.v the mcutl'i split, to 'The under i- >rter tin1 tt-eth.wi.iie r.ln' upper bus a not hke a wolf's teet' is j two week- old i i.- rod i from a hotth- Nickel Store ....NEWS.... All p? ices quoted in this advertisement are good ;3" dtty.y Cut out this ad and tack it on the Kitchen wall. Read and make out your list. Good Oinntrware and China. Johnson's royal porce- lain, -white and embossed line goods. Handled Cups and Sau cer-s. a set 50c. limner Plates, set 50c. Pull 102 piece set Fruit Saucers per dozen 50c. Special Water Tumbler Sale. Flint tumblers, ground bottoms, each 2c. Fine thin blown glasses each 5c. Heavy Ice Tea or Hotel Goblets, a set 39c Wine glasses, each 5c. Spoons, Knives and Forks. nickel table- suoons, per set o'oc. Rodgers nickel, tea- spoons, per >et 44c. Hodifcr-- nickel kniTe.s forks, per -et Steei Knives and fork-, per set White metal Teaspoon.-, per -et DC. White metal pL-r set 10c Lamp Chimney Specials. No. I Flint Chimneys 3 for lOc. No Fiir.i s No. 1 Ki Ni.. lira.-- Fancy tinted paper IN o tied. i io a: Laoo-1 iiail i Thursday 1 p. to attend. j in a hodv. tl'.e fuueia'. -.f Calvin C. West! ii' ion at _' :ire retiui: sted to tie p Married. M: i: i TopDerwiiin beinir the '.vorl Mt-.d i --.M. hi-, ;iCc! euitea ciiampion :tion e H.'I the P'. .Mi uf t I'niieil j-uiav Stiiphnr at I TOBIN'S I Meat Market FOR YOUR LARD. 8 lb bucket Ih bucket. I'.'Jh bucket 50Ih bucket .5') LOO We guantiitei': our lard to be as good a any pack- er R. S. TOBIN. Hello No, 2! Harris Hot.ol Ulock. ivi.es. aged rj'i married 'lark's otlii -.s t -i I'i'iv u: i Reward. >trayi'd :'r.'m my iniri. in Ada. May mare, 7 ys'-ir> weight '.'LX1, :.i''ind-. -inoot.h and trim -i.'-d in iront. forf-iock cut on thigh iiut don't re- meniii.'r the brand. Liberal re-i ward for her ret u rn. tf I'. Winn. Notice to Truckgrowers. All truckgrowers are requested at Labor hall on Saturday, June At this time definite ac- tion will be taken as regards the potato crop. I i Looper- I The Blow That Killed Father. j ''l-'ather, dear father, come; i home with me now, for um has some carpet to beat; she's got till the furniture out in the yard from the front door clean down in thej 'street The stove must come j i down and be put in the .-bed, and tire yard must be cleaned of dead i grass: for it'- time to clean house, i and the devil's to pity and the windows sndly need glass. Fath- er, dear father, come home with me now and bring >ome bologna and cheese: it's I'J o'clock and there's nothing to eat-- I'm so hungry .I'm too wotik in knees. All the dinner ive, have will IK- cold mid scraps and such, und we'll have to eat .standing up, too: fur tho table und till are out in the I wish .spritfg cleaning through. Father, dear father, como home with me now, for ma is as mad as a Turk; aho Niiys you're a lazy old thing and proposes to put you to -work. There's painting to do and paper to hang, and the window casjnfs to scrub; for it's hoflse cleaning time, tiud you've got tc come home and revel in and cold Change Meeting. iiy Have You Xried Freemorit Grape Juice? Ah-olutely pure, witiiout alcohol. Tin- tinest drink on the market. iSold Ht fountain or by the bott'e We also MINERAL "WELLS In any (puintitv you de-ire. NVe havi' a Carton ice and Nothing 'Yir.er for hincl....... TJie Elite Confectionery. Writing Materiri and Etc. A lot of ririe ink tablet- each -quire %valie? euveiopes. 5c package. Box paper of 24 envei- opes and -4 paper. per box lOc. l "nib the lit on Sat'.i I'.la.v. '.ir.e ro. T.I at (.'km o; rommorre. UTI a '.a o'clock. Two delegate- i rom mercinl oru'ani.'.ation iri liuiian wil! i.ie expected to1 part icipatij. The rail '.'o: convention is being sent out. Towns having chamber of com- merce tind commercial club- will be expected to -end delegates whether the formui reache- them or not. Territory Notes. The ci.t.y council of "kamlgee ha.- grunteed n twenty-year elec- tric lipht franc.iii.--' to Jo'nn seth. dian, was killed by an extra freight train near Bokchito. 1'he body was badly mntilateti. A. Ciniham. president of the First National Bank of Pryor Creek, ha.- otfered to give dollar for every two dollars i on tributerl by the other the whole to be u-ed in improv- ing the rotuis leading to the town. The Colonial Construction Co., of Oklnlionm, hsis been chartered for the purpose of building an electric line from Oklahoma City to Sulphur, I. T., by way of IJON- iirgton. Oklahoma. Fight years .lames und .IfiniOM McCounell were coul miner.- working for day wages. Last vv.'ek the linn of IH'giian it McConnel purchased mining pi'opert.y worth which toother- holdings, makes the firm probably tho large mt in the tervitory .lames L. Shiiler, a pro'm- inenfc physician of Durant. will ask the Council of that; town for a .street rnHway franchise, Dr. Shuler will agree to the work of construction in thirty days from the of the franchise aud to have the entire line completed within ore year. 'Things Worth Knowing' An-tin. Texa- i: Tex i. (Jah'e-ton. lexa.- 1 )enison, Te.xa-. inthrie. 'T T.-A i.- Musk ogee, 1. T. Texa- San Antonio. I eV.i.-- k 1 i i South M.-Aiester. 1 T. Tul-a, T. U. T. 1 i.c Largest Citie- !r. TEXAS. OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN TERRITORY Are ah located on the MISSOURI, KANSAS TEXAS RAILWAY. S. Tin.- U a rea-or why yon MI.mid travel aii-i ship your freight via ''The Kuty." Bill's Second Hand Store Jr.' Huy-.-Hid sell- all kinds of second good- F Repairing A Specialty ('ai; and us. or send in yo.ir broken furniture. BILL'S SECOND HAND STORE. ir e' Karri-. HoU'l Sanip'u- l.'omu uiu WE DON'T WANT YOU TO MOVE FRISCO SYSTEM f-ROM As wo havp1 spent and money in our efforts to -et'tlo the great southwest, and if yon arc satisfied With your location. can you of. otiier good, place.'not faraway: il' not, and you want, ti) go west, we, havo some great bar- gams in tickets for'example, between March first arid May lifteenth, you can go to Californrii for und core.-iiond- ingiy low I. Agent, Friscp System. 1 For The Kitchen. >c. Cake turners, 5c. Asbe.-tOa mats. mills, Foe i ci.oi.pero, '.'-c. An isinds of bread. Deep jeliy pan-, Reduced Graniteware. i'J euart a.-L l-au -Ik. 1! dish 17 di-h ami liri'iitv- bucket-, (ira.'iit-- preserve ket- tle-. 20cr and Butter and Milk Goads. 10 ipiart tin pails lOc. Milk strainer.-. lOc. 1 pound butter molds, 14c. nutter ladle.-. 5c. Milk crocks, loc. Churns. ;.ny per gallon. Good Things in Soap. ..Silk laundry soap, o (joid du.-l wasiiiiig powder-, 4c package. 1 har- iHr.n'iry 1'cct Bro-. crystal wi'itt -oaj1. 0 bars -J5c. Hub n em-asif no housewife s muhl do them. V W Nickel Store. S. M. Shaw. Prop Phone 77. Broa-.iway, 3 doors North of Post iNEWSPA'FERr NEWSPAPER!   

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