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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                WEATHEfT FORECAST. Indian Territory: Tonight a n il probably Sunday thunders howers Temperature. The thoruiotnetei in front of the othYe registered.today a.- follows: At a. in At p. IUOCAL Steft'en's cream at MusonV. Mrs. L. T Wilson i> reported ill today. See P. Iv. Smith for up-to-now photo work. 152-tf P. Await went to his home at Sherman this morning. Ten cents pays for the News one week. J. W. Yadeu, of Kott', was a business visitor in the citv today. Swank's No. 1; always re- liable. 60.126 Mrs. GUUapie left this morning for Forne.v, Texas, where she Roes to visit relatives for a few For first class bicycle repHir- ing see Ross Tipton, 11 "North Broadway. (reo. Rollins, of Bebee, passed tluouph Ada today on way home from u trip to the western part of the Chickasaw nation. Our fan.- wi'll keep you cool while getting.shaved. City Bar- ter Shop 64-2t Miss ?s'eil Tanner, who has been visiting B. A. Mason for several days, will leave for her home at Ardmore Sunday. The News office lias for >ale real estate mortgage that will stand the test. 8-2-tf Dr. Rogers Cocke, of Marshall, Texas, is expected in this even- ing to spend Sunday with friends in Ada. N Don't forget W. A. clearance sale for the next ten Have a few to say t.-' Here they are: SiiijMr, 15 for Olairolte t-oup, :i bars 10 :ir> bat> for Silk soap, i! bars JO bars for l-Vru soap bat.-- 3 oau.s good hominy caus good corn runs striatr beauts. Dime milU 25 ;i boxes bluing- u) :i pueWiijre.i Ex cello Star tobuoL'o per lb li. Rice Grin-nvUlo ib Nashville Ureeuvillo per lb :ir. Hear per pUijT Tie, Mtuitf, per Heretofore it not been our policy to advertise, but we want the people to know y our prices. Our are c M-atiteor! or your money back. We serve Steft'en's, ice cream. Mason Drue Co. 1 he legality of the cow u- v 11 j beinu tried in Mayor Mrs. A- Alexander .s re- TOUrt this afternoon bv a jury of! ported qmto today. i twelve meu. 8 of Black Bear tobnoco! lron, A for At Little Bros. ;lt MagonV ,i5.3t Bob Nestor, was a., Ada vi-itor j Mrs j M Johnson, of toclay' who has been in the city ____________ Real estate mortgage blanks at several attending the M. K. j the News ottice. 3_-tf conference, left this morning for Dixie nd-iy. 9. CALL IS ISSUED. By Executive Committee For Sin- gle Statehood Convention. The. cull for the single state hood convention to be. held at Oklahoma City on July 1_ WHS issued Friday by G-. Jouea, chairman of the Oklahoma-Indian Territory single Mtatehood execu- tive committee, by order of that committee. A number of of national reputation will, attend the convention. One thousand delegates, 500 from each of the two Territories, wilt be selected on July by mass conventions in the different coun- ties and will attend the ntatehood meeting at Oklahoma City on the l-2th. The Kith recording district mass convention which meets at Ada on Saturday. July 8. will be en- titled to twenty delegates. These men should be selected without political affiliations and should be i'lstrtn-ted to vot'-> for statehood i a: the earliest moment lwit-uy.it entangling alliance.-- of Funeral of Dr. Gorman. i T.. .dine 3. Tin1 Huiera' o' ti: late IV. li. S. Uorman, death occurred by bright- disea-es. wits i'.eivi Friday at'terno" WANTS Will pay 15c each for ten young cats it' delivered at the store before 9 p. m this evening. Reed Harr'won. Fon SAT-K: Twenty acres bot- tom land, two mileH west ot Ada. Apply to C. Wilburn. five miles went of Ada. FOK three room finished houne on Kast Tenth street, waier and harn. Price. per month. -See OtU B. Weaver. CITY BARBER SHOP Half Cut 35c FIRST CLASS WOBK (JUARANTKKD 0. A. DOUSKY, PUOP. South mida Main I. T First lime.- of the season Th- who-e.-ip x Mason's. i.iSv.t Drink limade made of the j petirar-c c- promises tx tl-.r _., C W. Lune was transacting! St j theatrical under ta, o: o. businesj. in Ada Saturday. Browall una wiXf> will go to i tir-tnavt %v..'- O.-T: ,n Ten Mr, ,o-r> i Ardmore Sunday, where the Littl" attend the gm: shoot the. first of the ta1..- o. Miss Minnie h'udiski. of 'IV- ;i.-- ir. ii-iiui-t.'. '''l'; cumsoii. OUla i- in th-- rity for a -OOt- a': A. Hi few duv-. at rem'arkabiiy low h-> o.-.r a lavi-i. Smoke H'i; t -1- l..l..-i v beat- Jim B.ancit and Bailey, nday evenuivr. ;s mucn Aclll t-uU Wt.ek! for' troa: l ter today. their hori--r rtrvt P'1-1 tut> at the city Texas'....... whl a -urui o- a-..-., "4--t L.O i., Attnrne'. .1 Bij Dairy Company i. T.. Uet H cool A Cyclone Cellar And a policj in-uraiue aJlurd the oni.v pro- If ;i cave is not available go mUt a cellar an.' with yoi'.r face jigainsf. the west wall. Then if the building i- from it- thf dobri-1 will b-.1 ali fei sale Territory Division ma-ter Doss. Ada, >on- (.'onfederate: and M. P. etc the I JOT.'.-tvilie reunion, 'A uf, having remos from the territory OfHces of -.vLt i. a t-m.x the position of art? yet to for sponsor to accept the! I --.'ton. ut ti." hi.vtiitv iiorior of maid of honor for the entire Sons, Attention! TO TOBIN'S! Meat Market FOR YOUR LARD. Territory Sponsor. The Ada i-amn Sons iof will of tomorrow afternoon a leaains o'clock in th- law of Bolin young lady of the Creek nation Kverv member land prominent in U. D. C., work, j ami to become tiiem'- been appointed -ponsor fov to attend the the Indian territory division of The.-e i- businc.s-- of 'Things Worth Knowing' GaAV-don, O T. Aii'oiiio. i O. T I, T, L. T. Olviahom C'K.y. Ci. T. >st I'itio.- in TEXAS, OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN. TERRITORY a.! on KANSAS S TEXAS RAILWAY. N a why you .should gravel an 1. ship t. "The Son-of Confederate Vet- L2 q'.iirt di-h 4-41 14 dish 17 iiuart ci-b. pans 04c. Granite colfi-i ;.'0ts, and 24c b-j-jkets, Ih buckot lb bucUot 50 !b bucket i t-rans :it the Louisville rcup.icr.. Born. To Mr. and Mrs. .S'. Hen-' Committed Suicide 1 ley, Friday. .I um> li, a fjiri Th-! rv-' i infant lived a few t ij iTho remain- were intesred Fri-i !Vne> a -'-I'tuer ot Payne j w I day afternoon C'ity C'MIM'- i county. comuiiU'c'.'.! su r-- J much importance. J. P. Craw- ford, rommatrl'int. t' Little. Bookkeeping and Shorthand Aiv.li'.vli up-to-dato coursi and the- Fii 1.00 tiny iiiii't'! ;it I'.Oire. near Jiip- Presbyterian Church over matter.s is Servurii- at i 'U o'clock and p. "The i are m prjiot'.caiiy ily in CATALOGUE Seividge Business College G. P. Se A. M., M. Accts., Pres., I. T., or Gainesville. Texas. h of iho our lard to be as a uny er. t'V nocond tic up iu M R. S. TOBIN. Helio No, 21 Harris i piilptl. will be tilled at jsorvivt1-' by in i mar thn city at tun the 'iislrict v.-.i- wili preach at tin.- morning .-.or- j Inturcst in Tulsa Tidies. vie ,1. K, VicU a- ovon-: j Kvcryboily invited. I G. j j formoily publisiicr of tho Miss Haven. Quill, which was bought in ut .Mi.-.-. Marie I iavt-u, of J Join-on, bsinkrir'pt sale by the New.s hore To a> who visited Ada ;i while this .sj been appointed maid of honor to tho sponsor for the Trans-MNsisHippi depart- uieiit; to act in such capacity at tho Louisville reunion. who are acquainted with M.LSH Haven can attest that Maj-Gen. Skeen could not have made a more ap- propriate appoint man t. rihout thr j.ur- IL hail' interest in tho Tulsa (I. T.) Notice! occupation U now due. Please at of- fief; 'and J. "Warren, Recorder. WE DONfT WANT 'YOU TO MOVE FRISCO SYSTEM v. As w- spi'id lime, aiid i i our a-roat a-.d if you art' vitli your ioorttion, can I'-'d you uf some otiu-r tioi fur away; il not, and t..> jro have sonic great in tickets for l.ietwoen Marcfi and May fifteenth, you can to California for and in.iXly low cost to Oregon.'Washington, etc. f- Agent, Frisco System., t f.-.-i.iito ktfC- t'.o-, -Oc, and Butter and Mflk Goods. 10 quart tin pails- lOe. Milk lOc. 1 pound .butter Lie. Butter Ladias, oc. Milk crocks, Idc. Churns, ;uiy r.'c per gallon. v GooJ Things In -Silic laundry 3 Goid d'.i.-t IVer Bro-. cry-v.il '-vnke -oat', ti bars -J5c. Kuh !i-., -oav. bars A full of toiiot, .s'.iaps, .rH' caUo (Jilt pOii-il bottle. siioo MOti-ii. lOc box. or. u; hvw to kiicUcn .vu ihc; aoci-.sxitics, it i'oiii- if no v inn! i do 'ill tl'.i'n; V i Nickel Store. S. M. Shaw, Prop Phone 77. Broad way, ;.i door- North Of Post "W I   

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