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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                WEATHER FORECAST. Indian Territory: Tonight and Saturday local thunder- showers. Temperature. The big thermomi'tt'r in front of the News otlico registered today At a. m1 At 3 p. m 70 ft ff LOCAL NEWS W. N. Guest is roported ill. StetTen's civniu Mason'.s. W. T. Martin went to Stonewall on bxisiness today. See P. K. Smith for up-to-now photo work. 15'2-tf A child of Mr. and Mrs. John Stancoff is sick. Ten cents pays for the News one wtek. Miss Mamie Holers is unite sick. We serve StetTen's ice cream. Mason Drujir Co. Swank's No. 1; always liable. D. P. of Stonewall, was business visitor in the city Friday Chitwood would be to a few to say one through his that is to be sold .lune bl-4t Our faus will keep you cool while setting shaved. City Bttv- ber Shop E.'W. Hardin went to Okiuul- this mornin.tr on a business News ortice has for sale real estate mortgage1 blank- will stand the test. T. D. McKeown came in this from Arduiore, where he had been attending court. Mrs. Welch and Miss of Calvin, are attending the M. E. conference-' Don't forget W. A. clearaiu-e sale for the next ten 'days. U4-at Mias Anna McCarty, of Coal- gate, is in the city the guest of Mrs. J. U. Krone X-Ray treatinen't lor tubeicn- lar, ulcers, cancers and tumors. M-tf Di-s. Mnrtin klC (iree: Louie Goldstein of Oklahoma Mis.'iir. for. _, CluitvtU- :i burs ;ir, burs for Silk soap, il l-ui> for Foni soup bur-- i  Heretofore it not been our policy to advertise, but we want the people to know our prices Our freakness was confined to eyes and the hair on it- body, The eyes were of a brilliant blnecoldr, slightly bulging, and when a hand was held or passed within a few inches of them bright electric sparks would Hash from the orbs and the electricity could be dis tinctiy felt by those so holding their hands. During the trial the littlu animal would squeal and endeavor to get away from what probably to it torture but do what it would it could not turn its head or its eyes leave the hand until it was withdrawn a distance of several feet, then it would re- sume its normal condition a good pig should do. Its other peculiarity in 'the formation of the hair, which was i v i ui unit, rv 11 lu 11 goods are guaranteed or akin u, th-U of a half rip WANTS acres bot- tom land, two aules west of Ada. Apply to C. miles west of Ada. Wilbnrn. tive !Nickel Store! Fou three room finished house on. East Tenth street. Good water arid barn. Price, flO.OO per month. Otis U. CITY BARBER SHOP FIRST CLASS WORK D. A. DOKSKV, PROP. Soutli Si.in -Jt New Firm. The P. P. A wait Supply Co., of Shernmn, Texas, one of the iartf- household .supply houses of the southwest, have leased the Harris baildinsr on Main street, formerlv occupied by the Bailey Cafe, and are today uu- vour money oack. a car of ALDRICH RINARD. Mis. WAS from j (Jitv is in the city the guest of ter shopping today. hi.-'uncle S. I. Tobias and family. 3 plug.-of Black Bear tobacco' of good things at W. A. for 3oe. At Little Bros. tio-Ht. Alexander's at remarkablly low ,1 A. Kichey. of Shawnee, was price.-. a business visitor in Ada today. h4---t i QLD MINSTRELSY Real estate mortgage blanks at Vf the News ottice "i HQ time tneacl ol liml Will Be Given For the Mrs. McMillan, ,s attending con- Department Soon. I: tomato It was of a stitl bristly j carpet.-, etc. This! I! and when rubbed the will do on the in-; gi.t.--. and oni.- swi off wit I; the along the pig's would u furrow absolutely as clean u- if it had been shaved. According to Mr. Fai-worth. however, the hair would grow to it- u.-unl length during the night plan, with large fh roe story lun'.-e at Sher-i man, will be lfj to supply every Found Dead in Beef. The twelve year old the News office S'Mf time trienci ot ana (wm Be Givei, ;cor the Ada Fire j and one could not tell tnat a hiir Stonewall, wa- di-cevered Mrs. McMillan, is attending con-, Department Soon. i had been broke., in her bed Thur-Jay morning. from ferem-e here this week. i ueparime.ii he Some years HalUuf- fctOHewall today. w L Colenum. eling I SS ltn   :t s w; arrive Sat- j -event! day.- pno; to her death W. I Walsh w.nt to Konawa Ad" Friday. 'u ur''" U> :U I Ihursday evening on business. Ms- .1. M .lohn.-on, of Tulsn, llav sroupi'd in a s -i Promoted, j n Smoke 'Blue Son. (.o i- in the a.- a delegate to the -ae.ilur'' tirst part go: g.-eus -j- 1 re, "tive- e.ii M I', (.-on re rec.ce w in -ossion f htn 'i '__ Smoke Blue C'an'l K. .1. i s sick and not able to be nt the store liet -it tiu- city Barber Shop. (M-'2t Kennedy and wife, of Fitr-hugh, were shopping in Ada Thursday- Or. M. Bi.-ant, dentist, loca- ted in Conn-Little building, phone No. 1s.' Paul Van Horn, of Sliennan, Traveinu L'assen-er Agent K, i so M. Duncan of the 'Hock Island! time wa- an Ada visitor today. Mr. which tiu- made this office a pleas- p.in.v i- a thine o: ti'.-r- not -'iveT- ant call while in the city. i with the MiastreS. whii-ii 'J. j' it. II t I hg. to i u looa. Co.. ha- pr ''.r.ot---.'. to ri-..- p. sition c-f triv- eiing the comnatiy Wiii Rur. Potato Mr. Hud Mr-. J.V. Chapman lU their p-rio: ii.a Mr. iind children came in Thursday "ight, dune under H of i. the Ada bire tl.e "i." i.-Of! isas evening aud are tiie iruests Chapman's Mr> C. and i'auii.y 11 will or -tvli- n.'W i Msirti" wii; auceeeded lociliy handling ;hy Kd (iib-on. or j .K his rauiuy to Mis- Luciel and Mi- Texas, guest ofO. T. Fddle- Kr-.a.lcie _ltetege who been H man and fainilv. r -r, T tHUiily, left t> r Ken.iua o: For rirst ehis- repair- ing see Koss Tinton, 1 1." Nortii ere hs-ceii to Kreadway. j M'IS- Lnin 1-- -Je. hoth M in-'.: ,i. i'. Bear. 4" M rs .T..-- ti. y.) u n if lie rat ion ar.d the oae4 of t.; a- crop, run in order to get tr.1 product to the q-iickiy. c'. Mi.'tvi. Archie i. :tn.i I.LIU- !O! Have Yota Tried Freemont Grape Jtiice? .Mis- Neil i.uii'.er, ot :s in the cits LI truest of .Mr-. A i the a-.arket. also >eH So' ar the fo !J MINERAL Mis de.-ire. A T U'e have i -M i .'i-ie.i. M tf Mr-. S K-. returned Tin; n sever.u sveek's vi- tives aiul f in 1- lite.- til.' :i.s i of your drinking wnter h a iintnre'.s iuM'S'i-er 'iltt'i :'or liO.ss -e the I TOBIN'S I Meat Market FOR YOUR LARD. bucket ib biifket In Ib bur'Uet, 11) buf'ivi.'t I- K.i .-s. s i 11 i i: e i f -i'H'i ir .'olir. Probate Matters, v.'ih appeal at the. The following :'r' -I ;i :-ein iu.s vaude- "Around the! explain- itse.f: Minute-." During, Clnckasha. I.T.. May niii-e In1 wili introduce j 1 lou A. 11. Con-tant, and ten1 Deputy C.erk, AJ.e -pi-e-..t.ty -ict-- In (ill I'vobate mat A Special Sale: unless it is an emergency case, 1 wiu ask that ttie c-onside--- '.l make a tinai cieRnup j ation of them be postponed until of iir stock and for the next j ,-egular term of court, and ten we will .slaughter prices thaj, they then take their regular time on the docket. Lease matters will only he taken up at the regular tern: of court within the jurisdiction in which the land is located; and in open court, and then not consid- ered except there is on ;iU- a re- port of the guardian, with a rare ful description of the property. I nm forced to send out these inatVuction.s from the fai-t that the woric nf each of iiolding court is suilieient of itself to j more than consume the time t havr- to dev.it.c to place- I i will adliei-i- tc> these ruii-s ;is lar i 'THe Elite Confectionery. and all-ovi ander. shoe-, skirts, laces A. Alex- Died. At her home tive miie- north- wost (yf Ada, at a. Friday June '_', Mrs. M. Malone, atred year.-. Thursday morning at o'clock j a 1 month ,pld bab? of the family died, and both mothor and child i were interred in the same grave thirt afternoon nt o'clock in the Citv cemetery. j Calvin C. West's Funeral. "Things Worth Knowing' Fort Te.xa.- p Antoni.'. i I. T. I. T. CMy. T. Tex.is O'.v'.aU" 1'h? Citi-v ir. TEXAS, OKLAHOMA mm TERRITORY ai1 ioeated on t'.i-- MISSOURI, KANSAS TEXAS RAILWAY. V. S. ii a reason you shonld trave1 :uui y. fveigiit via "The Bookkeeping and Shorthand 1.00 1.75 guai'antec. our lard to be as good n- puck- t.rmy your- J.T. The funeiMi of C-aivin I'. I ex-t.'onl'edorale -oldier, wh1' was! I buried Thursrl.'iv aftenioon i.'tulori c jthf auspice- of the NV.n. L. Sensal.on at Wilburtor. 1...... of Confederate Veterans, i- a-1 e i a i m a raue. -da'.ti course are ir.o.s; pr.ictiealiy 3 v n WTTI-- CATALOGUE. 'Setvidge Business College j G. P. Seiwldge. A. fA., M. AccJs., Prea., Ardmore, I. T., or GainesvlHe. Texas. J attended R. I. TOBIN. Hello No, 2! tlarris Hotoi Hit wa> oiu.1 of the over in this burial Pe'mg sesenil bkr-ks inlengt.ii. The inlerment wa1- made in the ceme- tery, is a beautiful plat of grouti It was very sad to see the gj i el' stricken family and tho friends and comr.'ides remarkable that Mont- gomery, Wa.ni Co.. leis con- tributed ten gallons of MI! to the congregation of the iU 10. church, south, of that place, and the fn.'itfh: on it. The says it, has investigated the story and rs it to be true and' ge-ts tlujptiie act should "ihe optimirttic cnntVnticm t. nil- tin.. wrfrld is growing bette rj'luv church, will prob- make light of it. a- the hist sad rites were per- formed. A Moral was placed over the grave, which was worked and designed by Mrs ,1, I'j Wood. It was inter-woven so as to miiko perfect likeness of Notice! little Confederate flags. j Your occupation is now The News extends deepest j due Please call at mayor's of- sympathy to the family of tin) fice and sett J. Warren, old soldier. Recorder, WE WANT YOU TO MOVE FRISCO SYSTEM v.'o ivive iiie money v-ur etloi'is to --.'itle groat av.d if you are s-i( d witli your location, perhaps we car. you of some u'O.tii piace. not faraway; if noi, ami go have a: :i: tickets 1'or example, between March lirst and May iifteenth, you can go t.> (California for and cores pond- i n gly i o w cos t to n, i rt e tc. AIR. Agent, :o System. V AH quoted in this advertisement art good for tf" Cut, out ad and tack, it on tho Kitchen wall. Read and make out your list. Good Oinnerware and China. Johnson'.- royal porce- lain, white and embossed tine Roods. Handled Cups and Sau- cers, a set 50c. Dinner Plates, set 50c. Full 102 piece set Fruit per dozen 50c. Special Water Tumbfer Sale. Flint ground bottoms, each 2c. Fiae thin blown glasses each 5c. Heavy Ice Tea or Hotel Goblets, a set 39c. Wine glasses, each 5c. Knives and Forks. Rodgers nickel table- spoons. per set Rodgers nickel, teu.- spoons, per.-et44c. Kodger- nickel knifes and forks, per set Steel knives ar.d forks, per set 50c. White metal Teaspoons r per i-et '.'e. White metal per set 15c. Lamp Chimney Specials. No. 1 Flint Chimneys 3 for 1.0c. No. X No. i; Er.jfraVfid Chim- ney- lOc, Nc. I liurr.tr- 5c.. N i Burner.? lOc .Fancy r'uted Lamp ssha-ie.s I0c. Writing Materir'i and Etc. A iot of tire ink tablets each 5c. Long tine wallet envelopes. 5c package Box paper of envel- opes and puper. ;v box lOc. Rubber tipped, le oc. For The Kitchen. FrvmLi 10 -jar id V As'oe.-tos tniits. mills. erood vice. :.J.. Fee of brt-ai.i. ca. .y Graniteware. 'i: ui-h LL! ij par. 44 i 1   uoi'v s.-ities, it a- 11' no lu'Uso'.vi IV do V tfllMll. Nickel Store, S. M. Prop Phone 77. o .loiK'- or Post Oili-''1 m lEWSFAPESr EWSPAFESI   

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