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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                I WEATHER FORECAST. Indian Territory: and Wednesday fair; proh- Temperature. The biir thermouiettM in froht of the otlic.' registered today as At SiOM a. m I'1.' At 3'p. LOCAL NEWS Steffen's cream at Mason'-'. Uoo. A. i> reported ill today. See P. K. Sndth for up-to-now photo work. 15'2-tt Jack StrieL came in Monday evening on the Katy. Ten cent- pays for the News one wtek. U. H. Kpperson went to Mus this mornitiy; We serve Steflon's ice cream. Brink limade made best; limes at Mason's J. J. Tapp, of Louisville, Ky., was a business visitor in the city today- We sell ou easy payments everything in the furniture line. Await Suppl.v Co. -tl M. H. Rider. Kansas City, was transacting: business in the city Tuesday. tans will keep you cool while tfett.in.u- shaved. City Bar- Shop W. Henderson returned this morninjr from a business trip to the Choetaw mition. If you want solid wood, irreeu or seasoned, leave orders at this olh'ce. H. C. KVHII.- and K. H. Mc- Kendree went to Stonewall to set up some machinery. The News oftioe has for sale real estate mortgage that will stand the test. e'2-tf Mrs. S. Woods spent Mon- day at Sasakwu witlv her hus- band who is operator at the Have a few words to say to you Here they are: ..S for....... SI.00 C'lairottf soup, ;i 1" x-> bui-s Ifor i.oo SHU soap, 10 bar.- tor I-DO l-Vrn soup onus iiood hon. ny CITY COUNCIL. Expert Engtqed to Audit City Books. The counoii met in regular WANTS or gentle- men, light work, salary per men, uguv worts, wuBry .5- per Monday eveiiinp with (day. Travelers Der month Mas or Duncan presiding. The and expenses. Expenses paid in Mason, Collins JJowle-r, Walhh and Harrison Recorder War- aiaa t Foil acres bot ren. The mmntes.or the previous) frtm meetings were rend and approved tic was tilso the reports of Treas- miles west of Ada. ta-er Hill and Recorder Warrer, three root) of S. Wilburn. tive 11 cut'.s bruits. cujis ninu- iiiHU .i lni.si'-- hUiiiiir I'11 isco. borrowed my Mason Drusr Co Mrs. W. A. Alexander N re- ported not >o well today. Real estate blanks at i jrardea plow will ploa-e return the News ortice. 3'2-tf jsame. H VNoodard. W. T. Oox. of McKinnev. Tex..', J. J. al.-b. of St. U.uis. left was prospecting in Ada Tuesday. this morning after several days j First lime> of the season at; the cit-v Mason's. td-.'It s. 1. Tobias is in Rebiuan wa- a bu.-ine- visi- where he has inaugurated an auc- tor at Tupelo and Owl Tue-day. j tion >ale of sreneral merchandise. Smoke Blue Ribbon. Can't ho j W.VNTKP: The name- of a red; beat. 'vM-.it F Otto, of St. wa- trans-! limits OJ Ada ai-tim- Business in Ada tod-.y. thl> ortu'e- Star totnuvo pi-r ib Rive CrcetivilU' Per Na.-liviilo liri-i'iiviUf PIT 11) :i.'i HUivi; livar (ioi- P'UK' Tit-. K. U.MH-.-; SiuirV. fjia-- Heretofore it ha.- not been our policy to advertise, Init we want the people to know our prices. Our iroods e-'M'-nntet.Hi or vour money ouck. Alderman Fowler of the street and alley committee reported on j condition of Oak avenue and Johnson street and the committee i was instructed t'> communicate 'with Mr Lisbon ou condition of i i Hodije then n state- i ment in to opening an I alley lyinif between Third and i Fourth streets. Vhe council lj decided to leave it as it was, Mr. who was pre- sent, made the following state- .T.tin regard to cemetery: That was anxious for the city to tiniajied bou-e on TentI strfau Good wilier and barn Price. Hlo.O" tn-f "mont.'.. II Weaver. CITY BARBER SHOP c ShavalOc sT CLASS WORK' (i f, A K.VNTKKD D. DOKSKV. li Si. la Mai.; A'i'i. I.T ALDR1CH RiNARD. own ati'i control cemetery i headed man who lives within the! in ti. rf'-'.-'c' ..r.' c he wcuid let thenj have the plat oi'iTround spoken of on t'ne fol- lowing terms; lo be paid for tive acres of tiie ground and in addition lie to re- cein- per c.ent of the burial Entire Forest Reserve is! -xpplit-ation-. the other five acres Proclaimed 3 Preserve. torn br.fyinK for partie- who were u nab IP WILL PROTECT GAME Piittui- to pay Furnituve or. easy P. I'. Await Co It Uev. nnd family arc lodav into t; property oa South, ih-nnie. John Thoinvv-on. be-t W1ti, iu> kuowu comediar. in A'.iu-rica. r Laura Kidd and b: utiier i'1! who have beeu Msitini: their tire i or.. thi- morninir for tlieir at Ai-'-yne, Texa- After the :.n i the r si e otlif r I :'avtii'- a 'uv.it :.-md t :Ait v wor.ited i tl Mr. Ko ociely o! d.-1 ;-i the C. .1- returned from preshytenan church will Ardmore this uuirnmR where (l iVoadfoor attended the gun shoot Monday, j ;tfr.T Say! have you looked at noon fit o'clock. _ h is liop.'i barjrrtin- at the P. P. Await Sup- th.at all meiv.be'-- w'ui tv pre-.-nt ply Co. tiT-lt i IViry. ui'.'i-ior. romi l-- inast.M-of th.e Shawnee divisic.--. i V' l J> l-' Clty'of the Katy. will mn liis in A'li and v. Territory IS i ua- o-eii on .t dent; ;i t of !iai A Cyclone Cellar And a olicy of in-uranee aiTord tip' safe pro- tftction. If M tornado cave is not into cellar assd -Und with your face the west wail. from it- foundation th" debri- wiM oe carried e ani.i The tor us'ially moves from t i r is cuminir x> t'.e i-iirh.l of yos: to the left. If un- able ti> he down your head, toward- th-- e.-.-t and witi'. ovi-r iiead to Braley (Si. Ebey. arc! Fire in-urarc-- 'Joe ui man of Ardmore WH today. Dr. O, M. m.-ant. ted in I'oup.-l.itth.1 X. 1 Ml 11st. O'. SuiUlir.u'. -I. O McMinn. Ki f day. Swan N liable. Mr-. C- C. U.i wenr to L'enter a rlartr.s's -iMVi'i't-. Mr -uay. 'iiedian o' ihv i o! will work of raker, u.- I'l.e j II j And' Njonded by of; Walsh the ,Ou-i'-i: reconsidered i previou.- ir.'Vtion by i, sec-.ii'iel ;i'.h nieviou-s bid- were reieeti'd y! counch. city re i ar. i coadeuiir.c .-.treet; ;s n ,r tl'--.- GET TICKETS TODAY. Dixie Minstrels Will Appear'Friday, 9. -.vo: th-- at ,S 111. i nolisi'. .1 Ada'- kr.-.-.v tiie our opera hou.-e. it is be-t i to s ec u r e y i u e a t.- n i w f o r the1 e-jtirt.' performance if. intend siivnir. BY iroinjx early you can li'et ti.e of I seats but to wait means to take what is left. Ke-erved seat can be secured a; Clark'.- drutc -tore. t Mrs. M.--X- f. c: urt- bai'tist> 'LOW PRICES FOR POTATOES, o- h' Shjw-iot- Growers Are Disappom- j Llt. i'f twenty-one -inner-. She Sprinted f o r XH o :7i e, Ui- otiiev day' i.O'.V niyht, J ur. orformani'.e Friday Curtain rises at: not o'clock. eastor oi; with.out tasting it The! CONFEOERAtE VETERANS fool-'d around a little j Reunion at Louisville, Kentucky. nc de.-evier froit; the while, aivi itsiie! June State- army He en'.Ute.l :l _ .._... f, Au.-i.r S Main and have it hiii teu. 30 Cents a Bushel Offered. ee, IK .1 une 'I'u.sa a no ut a T'ae Madih News say> tin: only kno. ___ Fur tie-' at'i'v'f M, if -he K. A T. UN will sell from ITOBIN'S! Meat Market FOR YOUR LARD. B ib bucket Ib bucket Ib bucket fjO Hi bucket be as ir er. 1.00 tc- our lard a-- pticU'- a- a ily one deal of any foiise- made today ou ac- coutitof the extremely low price, i cents per bushel. The princi- pal cau.ie for the bearish eondi- j tiou of the market i- that the 'crop is not yet nmtured, the pota- toe.- ajreen and watery and unfit, to ship. With a continua- i I tion of Hie present dry weather j mucli higher price-are looked for. The fact that the crop is in I competition with the Texas crop, 1 i which is now on the market, and that the Northern market is yet i crowded with old potatoe-, are (also fartor- whirl; keep down U-.o t'-at will ever a tasted ca-tor oh' 'jHeaven-, at of is to adopt potato .hippin, -had. "o. I.rd: 1 Hello No, 21 -.Harris Hotol Bioc i Mr An !y Thornton, whi. for threo ears ran 'tis caver of the News, and times pretty frequently, -ocial ''.-itunts1' together, and who was MO very fortunate' in social emolument that he left, his i'r end in the Hai'.y distance and icceedod in embarking safi.-ly and mosl, happily on the matrimonial sea. called by the oflic'O today and delighted us beyond by :.nvita, tion to dinner.. which, was ac- cepte and enjoyed to the utmost. Mr. and Mrs. Thornton own one of the prettiest, home-1 in the territory and we are very u'lad for Andy deserves al! hi.s good fortune. Indian Territory oil producers i- great hope fcr the future oil iy she gvoi sprint sei yreai nope ici ui-.e IULUIV >-u busine-s in section m the is still proposed line from the Kan-a- tield to the (iuif. They believ, Notice! vv- iiittr it is a yood prupositioti and thnt i Al- Ada No. it will be built, I- C-. F.. are earnestly re- IC'.th. lltti, i-Jtii- and 13rh inch; .sivc-. Final limit witii K-itv's Au-.-rit fer iMrtieu- INarrow Escape. 'i'iiere near H ser iou> accident Monday everdnii to a youny man mounted upon u bicycle, who seemed to be ex- cecdinjr the -peed jiinit. Tii-- :icev, bicyclist in tuniinu the at Mnin and CrocK'-'tr r-ar, directly into huyruy by A Dutch ha-.ied thejll. A. Kotsch mid w.i'e. j i edito; o: Review man was t-lirovru directly Policeman -.-f Musko- guested to be the hail one day last made the 'Uiu rsdu.v _night Bu-i- record of arresthv' ness of iiapc-rtaace demiinds l-iran.h record of arresting ness of every otleader that appenred in your attention, police court the- morn- iay. The officer's catcli nun b e re d t -.v e n y o 11 e. "Mother" Jone-. muneu much notorietv in the bv ;f 'td for pubiu-ation: e-pousin- rause of union I. have sum vh' ...ePttM.' tarn. to pasfur- let-out. of ti- 01 i i ;es rein-r- ation of to held rtl vi I lot .ov r-.-cn South McAiesr.er dune r. and 7. X-'11- under tin? and suffered a gash, on the jaw and the loss of a tooth. FortuniitMy the mained perfectly quiet or more serious injury would hnve resulted. An eagle's nest ha- been lo- cated upon t'.-.e peak of the esi mountain ir. ti.e Arbuckle tifteen of Sevoral daring lia.ve i111 euipteti Lo po-i.v-.sion of ih.' bul ut. until the la-t report they BUC ee.-sfc.Te resi-tod i: old Noticc! e v .'an L afot ti-u w'th you. wo yo'.i to tret: ac quainied with, our price- and terms. P. P. Await Suppl.v Co. Notice! Yocr (icC'ipation is due.- I'Seasc at and Recorder, r'-sl J, F. Warcen, 'Things Worth Knowing' Au-tin 1'alias, Fort Toxu.s Texas Henison. Texus (iuniirie. O. Texas t T U.--I-. 1, I 1 AS'nco. Texa- Antonio. iVxas O. T. M 1. T. VuNa. 1. T. City, O, T. Tlio Cities TEXAS, OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN TERRITORY Are all located ou the v MISSOURI, KANSAS TEXAS.RAILWAY. P. is a why you should travel and shir- your freight via "The Lvafc.vv' I Nickel Store! All prices quoted in this P advertisement are good fur SO day's Cut out this ad and tack i' on tbe Kitchen wall. Read and make out your list. Good Oinncrware and China. Johnson's royal porce- lain, white and embossed fine Roods. Handled Cups and Sau- cers, a set 50c. Dinner Plates, set Full Fruit Saucer.- per dozen 50c. Special Water Tumbler Sale. Flint tumblers, jrround bottoms, each -c. Fine thin blown srl-tsses each 5c. Heavy Ice Tea or Hotel Goblets, a set 39c. Wine glasses', each 5c. Knivea and Forks. Rodjrem nickel table- spoons, per set We. Rodgers nickel, tea- spoons, per 44c. Uodirer> nickel and forks, per set Steel knives and per ,-et 50c. White metal per set '.'c. White metal tablespoons per set loo- Lamp Chimney Specials. Nu. 1 Flint Chimney.- H for lOe. Nu ney- lOc. Brn.-- lOc. fancy llute-.i paper Lamp shades iOc. Writing Matarirl and Etc. A lot of ink each "K-. Ijorijz uiid -quart- wahet envelopes. 5c piickage- Box of 2-? ope.- and -4 >heets p-iper, per !0c. Rubber tijKH1'! ic. Kv.'Cei; t For The Kitchen. I Tic Gr.-.i'i yti-'. L'aiit-- turners; 5c. Asbestos mats., ij. CoJee mills, :-r :'-Oo. i- O'1 i Ail uiri'is of orr-dvi. rake iUld Dee-i .'eiiy Reduced 1'2 iiuai't cii-h par, 4-4o i! (jn.ir; iisii jsiii 17 uuar: tile. Cfrar.ite and o4c. Uranite buckets. (i.-tr.it-1 ket- t.e-. 15.., '20c, and Butter and Miik Goods. 13 q'.art tin lOe. Miltc lOe. 1, pound butter m.o'.d's, U-j. Butter 'rj. Milk any i-er saiLoti. Goad Things In Soaa. .Sill: laundry 'I >a r 1 Uub !i li Lottie. Shit-.ola polish, lOe box. Tual box. s'Sppi.1.' L.H Nickel Store. S. M. Shaw, Prop Phone 77. Broadway. 3 door- of Post OJU-e. rSPAPERf   

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