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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                WEATHER FORECAST. Indian Territory1: Tonight thuiider.showers: 'and prob- ably Krida> Temperature. The bin theruiometiv m front ol -the News otlue registered AS follow At S 00 a. m At o p. m.. LOCAL NEWS 1 Steft'en's erenm ,i 1 a i e- liable John JStiuup "AS business- Ada todu> See K. Smith for up to-now photo work 15'2-tf Nick T. Heard of Stonewall, is a isitor in the city. Ten pa> s for the News O.Ui' TTtp I'ncle HdU Wuson i- lieie from Ardmoie o> i-it iee have you looked at those at the P. P. Await Sup ply Co. 67-4t Mrs. W. J. Reed, baby and daughter Anna, left this noon for a visit with their daughter and sister Mrs. Ada Hemle.v, of Min don, Louisiana Bicycles. epairod and teed Ko-s Tin ton HC) North Hroudway. As we uiond to pre-- little ss icotiiif; easier. Wednesday niffht he suf- fered ft t omreative ohill and anotluJi1 it noon today We sell on easy evervthinn in the furniture line. P. P A wall Co. Ijiiwrmice in from Wednesday to spend the da.v with hei daughter Ham by. and soon sifter arriving was taken very sick, but evening was much better nnd was removed to her home Our taun will keep you cool while getting shavdll. City Bar ber Shop 64-Ht Mrs L. Adam.- returned Wednesday from u lengttn M- {and hiL-ineis trip to Dpcntui, ill ream. bt inuring with her. her two dmiiih t. Mrs .lenme Murph.v and1 i-s Maud McC'iuff, wlio will their home few words- to say to you Here rhey are .Mijjvir, I Ib- lor W) ('lairotlc soup 10 17) bms loi I 00 silU soup, lo l.-> luirs foi I uo Ki'i'ii -imp H In. i 'J') cans jjDOil Iioni ny cuii- point L'orn i i-iiiis .stnny hcunb i: Cltltb lllllU J l bluing- in i piicU.ifTL's Kxuello Stai tobacco iG d li Rii'o (Jreem'ille ll> r. i Hi" i llo pi-1 11> .1 liluck llt-ui poi 1 i Ti'HIU'Ssi'O I I TIL-, I'r Honest Snuff per fjluss -jo Heretotore it has not been our policy to adxertise, but we want the people to know our prices Our No. TUT l. REPORT OF THE CONDITION or THE Citizens National Bank, ID Hit) Indian Territory the 1'Ofl KKSOURClIs I.O.IM" I'nl Httiiurmi mid IIOMOI n II. s hcniilK touemiro cirr-ulum I'reuiniiiH on U.S. RanlinK limne, fiiriiltnro inul Due I roui milliiiuil not Duo from iii'provoci Chi-ck1- mid Notes of nfluir natioDill Luvifal in bunk i funil wall U 8. iirei, ft t of lr  bot- fnrid imul m Ylnillvidml iinillK, oxpeuHe- tuioa ualil 000 (X) (K) MiiuL oiilfltitiuliDK Due to stilts bankH nnd Imnknrn 07 IM Or, Tula) of Tot riturj. H clmrk ll'i. 140 Offi.' your money D-UJT Co Mi t v Hall ,mt ot the eitv Uwiay on business Real estate mo- olan'M> at want good -olid win'ii. otlu-e B'2-tf luieenoi -ensoned. le.-ive ordois, T D left tins th' ing for Pauls- alley, where he ALDRICH RINARIK Veterans ind sroes on Hob di rested Will Ueiu-iht who three mile-, Smoke Ulne Uiobon. Can't he Wednesday on the cluirge of gettmp under 1 false pretense Mi Henight eamo town and moi .1 M inorher Mr-. eel me IP t'n- 'iioi ot County of PnDtntor I.F O. Hiirrim, cinliier ut Ilia iiuinixl Imiik   Hwuur that I ho MtHto- incut it crux to tlm Inwt ot knuwliidint anil l.allttf F. O. Cuslmr 8nbii nlxvl mill Ui liufore ill" Till .ln> ct I line IlKl'i W H. Curn-i t Nolan Piibln lolu, i1 j Editor-, Joke. An nhi ciimmui wa-onco asked what the hrst step tluit 'ed him to lam and he suid l'lhe first il'injr that led to my down ''all nn editor out of two subscription When i Iiavi done that the devil hiui atriipon me tint f eould not him otl tom land, two nnlcK west of Ada. Appl.y to C S. Wilbnrn. five miles went of Ada. Fou One three room finished house on Kast Tenth street Good and barn. Price, tlO.OP per month Bee Otis Li. Weaver. CITY BARBER SHOP Hair Cut 35c FIRST OCJAHANTKHD D. A. OOKSKY, PKOI'. Soutli Mlrle Mum Street V.lu, I. I of i little rtnd a asserted In1 did not h1 h ue-t 1ft The ott'L'i u u i u' ul ol the Ten ill next MOD 'iiornuiti' ei tii I'lisin St ''01 tht- i niifi'dei ad if uniou 'it iM> The I 'u FRISCO SYSTEM TIME CARD. Ada. Ind. Ter (.'ommandei u.' MM t mted "-HIIIS n( I' IKAlNS tilt TeilitOfv .1'- u) DT. p in. u OMI uui -ee i "t-Ul -ind the >pon-oi -j-j K.istei n a m. need pumfiDii ni u 'tuid M.udsot lioner mo-t 01 I'tin j_ jOt a 3" p in K Mi. M'l-iei o: Ueoee ,n p.inmy r! -i. -ee Hulling -ind I HI- ind -or- i eni i1 t- 'Us old 'ioii'e .tt i huildmj; on da utrhtei nt etei -ins to 10111 ll. Twelfth Htieel (N Mondn ,1 M, T I ,i m (In ei t trip te ille u-o 11! No Ml as I'as- I p m. Mrs Jennie Mui ph> mil si-tei friend- ot tne n the i i 1'ieiirht T .1 m. 1 >i 1101 MM Kurnitine MI fi t'. >upplv i> iiT H fun :im.i I'obe made :i trip to W'ednesdnv t'ohn Thomp-on tin be-t Miss Maud Mel'aig came in hom Decatur Mrs, Uurphy i- i modiste i of long expeueiK e and i ome.s Ada highly lecomended entile t uinmiiiiiL', wh pidte to die "euiuon .ire rreiyh; ti'iin- mo-t welcome to ,om in America. M tf open up a m.ikiny pur lor as soon -h. i tind stn; able rooms -r i .'tme able rooms Hutts. and son who have been Kli left. The na- -ai- [.'r tii on a trip i real estate uiortyige (hut, txavia. will stand the test. :''J-tf Bicycle, suudrie- oi ah Kind- On -lunes. tne i .1 sale atir N'oi th in Amei icn, .ion ('r Tliomp'on ipnetii 'it t! 11 V1. tXhlrd .ir.'i op T'l liou-e in 'i.s origmti! avM, I'lie memhotsiiud friends, ol our tt'.md confederation should better iiequiiiiUed, -ind no .n t.iiv riK this trip to un on ;ogethei The lllt-x nuts n (ient s.uved on the trip tickets.. 1, Mt-Xair. Ayent A Cyclone Cellar And ;i iy nf n-uiaixe tin- jiro- teetion If loinnno avi> is not yo into :i cellar ,ind with tace Hyainst the west d! Then it the biiildmg moved from it- toimd.itio'i the will carried Tlietoi' nado UMialU -onthwe-.t to jioit'.ea-t IT i ai.iflit out nevei run ua- tIn1 -lorm 01 ith i' i is i to h'1 i itflit oi you run to the ic-i t 11 un able to lit1 down bend the i1 i-t md vith 111 i" iiomi to pi It Braley (Si Ebey. roriiddo and l-'nc in Old Uelmblr Companies c e i foi Ivon i A i rl M 11 >M is te SH s .V P.l! I L 'II- X -01. t i 1 i i -i M 1 I rl'l; llO-ti Ml ''if I I ir.p >in a t'> t of Di O, leu -it t, iln> rnti't CiU h bit Moi 11- m. _' i 11 I ll'jOtt. i lie 11 t ist I I HI t 1- II i ti Minute- I MI i-ii l1 lli' 'A I I lit I Oil in H a! 'i i t' n il I i n t- 1 i Mieni in' e i 'nl'4  'i i1 _ 'I Inn l I i..i ai V hill m ey Tiff1 i N ill i ,iinl I'T S1' nn1 D1 MI. i. i ii i- i i u Asfiiin i tu.it 1 Mr- 1 ThMl i i i HP i i. A' i lies (......i i 11 11 t e I e L-, .'l I'V i i ti'd IM til It ilo isthm i The i. i -u -iri, u.u'aMe t ouM e ini> iiuit'1 than tempo1. In.1! roles ina i-1 i M om ne'ided and i me ent hottle tMititely i ured. li haa oeen Acqutttfd of Killinq P. i t i o i i-t Main stiii't, Mil, -ell iiintt ny: it l-ud t expei t ;na a 1-r A i i IIKM e. T ,iime 1'itiiijr twenty hours, n in tin Heut.s 1'iuitt case u i the defcndnnt Pruitt i bin jji-d with killing Kubot lorn, :i prominent 4 i mtr on ne io> veai- ind i( I hud taken at the -tart I v ouJd ST.vea veats 'sold Cl.uk r t: ind M.I'JOM D1 un t'o tin en vears near Leon. The IlOBIN'Si Meat Market FOR NOUR ease lias ittrnrtod i onsider'ible attention Notire' occupation tax .a due i .ill at ruiyor of lien and sett1'1 J 1 Wavien, I7ei oi di l 'it- To Whom it May Concern Feel Impending Doom I tie teelintr of nn pending doom I in the mind- of many el ami diabetes been changed to thankfulness the denefit derived f'-on1 taking, (.'lite It cuie inrrjuent Bright s di-ea-e i aid diabetes nnd even in the j'li-e- es (omfort and relief ihsordcis me u i cd in -i few lay- had diiibeioti m worst form writes Maiion Ijiv of Dunreiith, Lid "I tried without ''ehef. OnU thier1 bottles of I'oley'.s KmdiM made ,.ie i well iiuiii 11 'I'll If V M.MO'I I II _' ri i Louisville, Kv V hO! tin our1 t 1 111 ITI s ll "th lOtli and I'Jth, i n t lor returli TICI ets d ii> 1 o .1 uiy HI pn> ment ol T'Oi and dei.o-itmy t K i ilh IjOlllsV.lli- .1 IP IOU to I'lth ncl isu e, ei eheup rule- w U m iMlect I ille t.i many point-i .o'ith of the Mno inid I'otomae and -i of the Missiaoifip liive. ,1 une Itith ITtli, and IStn C'll' 0.1 ,v, .nidi' cue unde i -ifiiK1'! 'o t icular-i 1 M  Line of linll V. I now nrm'iiri.d ID IIMIU! c y >nr in i nr-t ola1-- 1 re fllit tin.i HIA Eliiitl'1' J hjM i i nrr li -nun! from i pnncil ,tti I tii 1 onfi t MI j in MI   er FH at National I tank Hlock All prices in this iHeutpni are gftod fur Hays Cut out this ad and luck it on the Kitchen wall. Read and make out .your list Good Dlnntrware and China. JohnHon'w royal porce- lain, white and embossed tine Handled Caps and Sau- cers, a set 50c. Dinner Plates, set 50e. Full 102 piece set Fruit Saucers per dozen 50c. Special Water Tumbltr Flint tumblers, ground bottoms, each 2c. Fine ttiin blown srlaanes each 5c. Heav.v Ice Tea or Hotel Goblets, a set 39c Wine glasses, each 5c Spoons, Knives and Forks. nickel table- si mons. per set u'Ue Rodger s nickel, tea- wpooha, -et 44c Kodtrei-s nickel and forks, per -et .steel knives nnd per -et aOc metal per (.Jc. White metal tablespoon per -set 15c Lamp Chimney Specials. No Flint Chimney- for No 'J Flint No. -1 lu-j. lOc So 1 iiu'uer- No Jini-i Ru inert- llu tea Lamp lOc Writing Materlrl and Etc A lot of tine ink tablet- each JC I-ronjr and -quare envelopes. Tic paper of 24 euvd ope- and U4 paper per box lOc Rubber Ic. Kecuipl Boolia, TJL For The Kitchen Frvmsr pan-, .m-i ir.c Gridule.s, -j.'c Cake tumors, Asbe-toa mats, Coffee nulls, jjr.toi! ice, Food Jse A'd kinds ot bread and pii- puns- "K Deep lelly Reduced Granlteware 1'2 quart jrt-inife di-h pan 14 (p.i.111 PUD 17 nr.in'fe pan- tile Granite eotiee p.ic-. and 34c. (iranite witei ti'. i A Mosman He v ill i ui e a slight di-oivli in i lev ii 11, and it- i (ml limed i i u ill i i e the me I ibstiniiu a'-e- II hu- i.'u i i. uin v pci iple nl Hi di.1-" i i and diabete Ihe tn iiicin ii !e !l yon Iin i e I idni'v (ii bl.'iddei rou hie, ('inn n ire li'oley'o KU'IUM CUM befoie it is too One nielli is all Limn nei.es sat v to proAO tluiL I'incules is the best, reniedy in the world foi back.xi he and iii1 Ivisinny and all Things Worth Knowing fe An (in 'L." Ualh i- i-o'i nM r. nison IV.XJIN .uthi .1 v 1 Ion ion ir11 .is VlllilMIO iei (i T (ir.iuite preser'ie ket tie-. Iftc. -Oc, Butter and Milk Goods. 10 quart tin pails lOc Milk strninerf. lOc 1 pound molds, He. Butter 5i Milk lOc Churns. ..in loo per gallon Good Things In Soap Silk laundrv '-i otiiH (iold dn-t w.i.Hhmjf powders, k package. i'J bar- uood 'aundr.v I Vet ISi'o- ei -oaj', (i h.i'-.s Hub nn more -nap o A full luu of tine fake (hit -hoe -Or bottle Shinolu shoe DOIi-h, 10i- -lud lOi to Hunk il l'ike> kite 1 en itie-, it t') 'ill- i Okhln bladder troubles huvc rhouuiutiaui or any other blood diHi'UHO a sinjLjIe wll give re- lioP Clark Co rue 1 AH Citie- i n TEXAS, OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN TERRITORY Vie all loeated on the MISSOURI, KANSAS TEXAS RAILWAY. S HIH is a reason wbv you shonkl uui ship yoin freight i, 'Thu Katy. e poll i 11 i'n ii'i n lu lillle M.I ii) .ppl i i sili the ii i'i I ill I dO rl i r W Nickel Store. Jt. M. SHciw, Prop PKorke 77. itdw.i.y, i'.doois A t of 1'ot.t Ollit"   

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