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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                WEATHER FORECAST. Indian Territory: Tonight and cooler; Satur- day fair Tho big thenuomelei in front of the otlieo registered today At a. m......... SU At o p. LOCAL NEWS Steft'en's cream :it Mason's. Mrs. W. A. Alexander re ported much bettor today. Swank's NO. l; always re- liable. J. "B. Kebman was in Maud this morning. See P. K. Smith for up to-now photo work. 152-tf P. T. was transacting business in Stonewall Thursday. Ten cent- pays for the News A. A. Bobbttt returned home today from a trip in Oklahoma. The U. S- jail now has six1 in- mates K. A. Juokson, of Stonewall, in transacting business in the city. (i E. Warritijf is reported unite at the W. flignin.- boarding house. Say! have you looked at those baijrnins at the P. AwuU_Sup ply Co. Uev. Wm. Craw lord, of Ard- more, will preach at the Baptist church Sunday at 11 o'clock. Kverybody invited You can see the Button Tripoli water filter at the bicycle shop, 115 North Broadway, and they are worth looking after. contain- ing prescription blank. Owner can have same by calling at this oftice, proving property and pay- uijf for this advertisement. Help the Ada tire company by attending the minstrel show to- night N. T. Heard, a prominent citi- of Stonewall, returned home WANTS [Live, n few word.- to say TI> v..u. tie re tivy atv; >i in-, ir. lb> r (.'lairettr .soup :i burs 1'or Silk soup. II ;ir. burs fin- PROGRAM. W. O. W. and Woodman Circle June I Ith 1905. Music and entertainment' Foil confectionery in the mommy at the htill Wol and soft drink business on West coin'-1 addressro visitors by Duke i Main Street. Cheap for Cash. Ston" j M ike Goldman, Dinner i- to 1. lo one week. today after a few days bitsine-.s i transaction in Ada. C. r.4. of Dallas, was! business visitor in Ada today. ,U l  1C. Rico tlreeiivilli- por it' Ntthhvillo (iri'i'in'illf 11> Mlack Hoar per piny Tennessee Tie, pluir I''1 IUmcs.1 Snuff. Heretofore it has not been our policy to advertise, but we want the people to know our prices. Our {joods an- anl-eod vour money back. i I Several on Wood- craft: by distinguished .speakers 1 to 3 p. m. At 8 p. in. watch. Owner can have same by calling e'ti.- offic-e, proving property and pit for march to cemetery and this advertiseoient. of deceased sovereigns. Foi: acres bot- tom land, two mtlew west of Ada. Apply to C. S. Wilbnrn. five miles west of Ada. Fou turee room finished bouse on Kast Tenth street. Good water and barn. I'rice. 810.00 per month. Otis 14. Weaver. ALDRICH gone to their ranch for an outing Springs, Alabama, came and general jrood time. 'Thursday evening for a vis i 'an't n visit with her brother. Judge Wood, and latnily. Smoke Nine heat Claude Hambv went to tnde i.utv retiuned to this ,norniim. to his honie at Ardnioro this morn insr. Veteranb, Sons and Daughters. Master of ceremonies. ,Jno. P. Crawford. Speakers at cenietery, .Joel Terrell and Mrs. 70 "21 By Committee Tonight At the Opera House. We are requested to announce that the curtains will rise pn the Dixie Minstrels at promptly an.i not 9 o'clock, and to re- quest the holders of tickets to please be seated by that time as the ushers will not seat any one during the first part, as it is very i dii-nirreeuble to those already in their "-eats to be hothered by late j This is an established I rule svheve ever the Dixie Min- to open on time not ;i M.rt-.'' '.ioi'.r after the time adverus this for the benefit who do not stop I'or hot, wet, dry nr any "th.er j -n the perform- j 'an; I1-'', their duty when yo'.ir! i-- hunting. So it i> rtnw u> y.m do your part. few tickets only ut Clark's! 1) v.i'Z store ITjiii.-. i !Nickel Store! i CITY BARBER SHOP Hair Cut 29 lOc FIRST r LASS WORIi OUARANTKI'D D. A.. UOKSKY. PI tot'. South Side Stiiiu Straut. A U. I. T. neoiuetai party, ttie Uniied s ot Confederate of the Territory will leave next MOD day morning' over the Friseu via Bond jumper Captured S. is in cfior of a letter today from St. Louis for M-if-ha: Mali, of i-'t. Smith. Thi> i >i-. tii-.a he had in Commande'-of the t >o-i- I ;IC that state. tie1 Territory totretho' '.v.t: M, of near OaU- her '.notiier. Mrs. [jiwrence. who stMlT and the earlv in iia.s oeen uuito >irK. i and Maidsof honor !iio-t ;-oni: '4 intent ro Commoio-i tieui oe-t n- iavite all veterans ami his orother. -vpairea and yuarau- of to ,o.n ill- ''Vnti-un- forfeited bis bond by :ieed D.V lipton 11'. Nortn ;oyfui party neM ienviiii: the -.-01111 try before the Ur._ ;ue Co m- broad way. iliVei.-t trin'to 1 -n-o. .il; term of cum t eonvened and mercial hotel left this morning for a visit to Sulphur Mi's. A. T. Ta.vior, of Francis came in Tnursday and is the truest Furniture on easy payments. >of Mr.- M L. Power-. P. Await Supplv Co Taylor was initiated iuto the Kastern Star Thursday friend- of the tiie wlioretiboats were not known entire i-ommunav who uati- the wa.- re- piate going to the are from the Arkansaw ofticer. most welcome to Join ou: parts-.: Nvitnes-'es -tre now beinir sub- The members and friends of our i Poenueii 'o proceed at once to confederation -hould sell on puv iiu-ni- n the furniture 'ind no! Supply Co. .i74t 'M'PO'-tun-.ty wu! over rhan taKiajj; this Idus Harri> was taken sick this morning and had to be taken home from the store. r, r. Await Supply Bicycle, sundries of all kinds' r for sale at 115 North Broadway, i Mls> Andrew., ,eu th.-i the _- -.-at -union (is.Ut uiorning tor her aome :it Heber. l tv.v ;is Ark., after a pleasant vi.-it with IM -r Mrs- Larsh stopped in Ada her 'oroth.er L C Andrew- anil1 between trains Thursday on her j family. Oti- Ii. way home t-o Konawa from Mill' i-i-ivi: Creek. while yeftiuu' -IVIVKO, City Jxi. Dr. D, M. Bisant. .lenMst. loc.s- bo. Shop bl p ted in Conu-Ii't tl--> buildinir, phone No. IM'.. OTMf Marsha, -penr L In rsday nigi.t in A.in -ui -t.-r, "n :li.- I'. -iiiif iofr ti.i- 1 t- lift.'i'ath I morning from -i ai City ;l, u.ui m tii'i! :i trip on thv rVi.-M o -.onth. 'f ji.Mf. :7 -i., i .Vail! U'HM WOotl l-lvi G. L. Carrol. oM-'ioromj.'. Al.M.. 01 -ea-'Hi-d. m-r-.- or-h.M-s 'ii came in to visit his ;lt tii'.-o'hot- !iT -ji' ll i daughter Mr-. 11 Simp-ou, v -'.....x .i r is i fc! :uakri identitica- A Cyclone Cellar An'i :i. i.if all'ord tin- univ pro- tection. if i-avi> not :i i ellar and -Uui'l '.vit'i yo'T fact1 against the waL. Then if build ing n-- moved from the will atiov -f yoi. nado usually IP >otithwe.sr. ;o t out tievr n w-r ;j the I is rounng you run to the .eft able to with ".-via pi-ot 'i-t .r Braley Tornatlo ami i''irt' itisus'a.'ic in K who has lie. MI improved ar ill but much mure, .-petit I'hur-ila.N nitjiit in Ailu and left. for '.iis iiome this the greatest Mrs. M.ii-t.i! :uui "on. Will morniuir. but will return and in the world iirown. return. U ;Voni Ardrnore :n the llapti-t eiiureh Sun- j ihis morning win-ri1 M ri rii'Titing at !1 All Charged With F -.vas attending tlv.- Mis- av .rdially :TV-iu-.-i. n i o pa i K "ionary c-o ui; ovi'f.irui j we-t of Ada, P. r. Await Supp.y inn't ne.-d painting or re- j Deputy :in-i (Jh; Main street, wib -ell yo.i matting pui i.f so .-t'e Shilling and i 1'olii-e or 8ha and have it Ini i by i r c.x pi.-rt '.i old laundry building on I Thursday, upon cirirf carpet man. (17-4-f '.b .-street j-Ti'ttintr rsiunev n.-ider "'i'- GO TO r. TOBIN'S I Meat Market FOR is ,u-t of the samo oi property in a numberot and as a consi.'quencv his 'Jototi tion follownJ. Ho was :-i hi.- preliuiitiiirv 8 I 'a buckof ib bucket 10 !b buckrt 50 Ib i We guiirai; to be as I er. .M Steiner. man- iiirer ut' the News, also airs. Stein- er, our competent local reporter and expert bill collector, left this I afternoon for Oklahoma City and ICJuthrie. where they will spent! two days attending the National I Editorial Association __ OH Found Naur T The News olh'ce has for ,-aie j v> i-, real estate niortgag'1 blank- {.bat; n'''on will stand tbe test.' "rilmg report..-, 'cci'-.-d yesti-rda.v. oil in :tbu bas .j. liobn arid l.raw- lord, attorneys for tbe prosecu- lt, A pol'U j tion and defendant., respectively, U1 s >Nl-'sto! J r iin the Driggins inurder case, j wiicre drillers hu-e bi'.'r; i which i.s on trial at i'auls V'aliey. (-j Jt home f.od'iy. r; j-eUirn Monday u'ben tin1 of! i tin1 case will With Licensee is1 TO FRISCO 3YSTE.M 05 for "OUri.i tfili. ticket.-- sale une "th. UH1'. In, .uv.i l-_th. 'Mint for retu rn ii'th. Tii'1-.ets evl.-aded '.o I HI pay merit of imi deno.'-ituit; u'.k.' '.vith. ;eint .Djen'. J HP L 'th (0 VI? TV vates f VOMI .us', tile t-- ,ny iiomtw. the Hiio an' 1 i i i c of tlie. M ississu ppi "tviver.'-t June l.iil h, :7Ui. .UK} [Hth. on or ul dress A.l.-i, T OVKR F R E K M A v S T O R V. iligt. Ci.i.-- My Motto Parties wishing the Registered Jersey Btili mi tind sarii'1 ar, )nirv ;ti Nortli Ada. J i Z. E. CHARLTQM Dray and Transfer I.luiOr.ij Llni- (jnil- Z .i I'niwcll, I .nil mnv (n y-'-ir m !if- 1 an. i C Confectionery floods. >nn- "i r- il W. H. 9 I 110NRY M A j'T: R. F. KINO Idioms :2. National Hank sued u> the I' F. Able I'llliso R. S. Til Hello No, 2i Harris A. Cat'Kiil. M All i J.'onnsaville. I'.l, 'xi'li Ivor, a v. a. a id Ii. Bruin ley, and Mr 'J7, bo! i o' Ijynch, ajjce "21, arui Miss Minnie I'. JoncN. a'40 botii of Notice! We want to yet acquainted with you, o-nd wo want you to ac quainted with our prices and terms. P P. Supply Oo. 07- 41 on a nit. ii-. ki.iu'i-. -i Harry jriass '.vindo-v, him. Base Bali 1 'it.v .VM.s l 11 s! v Sinulay, une 11, !-.c base ball team wjH VKIHS bain with (he- Ada boy.s ball parlc at t .30 P m The ,-oii- aiderahlo prauf'.iue nad y, promises to n, livel.v Come out and .see ih, 5 'Things Worth Knowing18 I Sail 'i 'P T. Hsbiiiiun-i v i T TEXAS, OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN TERRITORY An1 all located on the-1 MISSOURI, KANSAS TEXAS P. -Thin is a reason wlj.y you should (-.ravel nhip your freiBht'vut. '''The Ksvty." ln.s, Texas (iah'cston, 'IVxiis f 'iVxiis (.'df.lu-ic. O. '1 Foii'-toti. n V All i'f good for T'.i> days Cut out ad and tack it on the Kitchen wall. Read and make out .your list. Good Olnncrware and China. royal lain, white and embossed fine goods. Handled Cups and Sau- cers, a set 50c. Dinner Plates, set 50c. Pall 102 piece set Fruit Saucers per dozen 50c. Special Water Tumbler Sale. Flint tumblers, ground bottoms, each 2e. Pine thin blown glasses each 5c. Heavy Ice Tea or Hotel Goblets, a set 39c. Wine glasses, each 5c. Spoons, Knives and Forks. Rodgers nickp! per set Rodgers nickel, tea- spoons, 44c. Hodyer> nickel knives and forks, per .net Steel knivp< and per set 50c. tnetai Teaspoons, 9c. White metal tables pooni- set 1 DC- Lamp Chimney Specials. No. 1 Flint 3 for No. Flint Chimneys No. Etiffrtived (.'him .Oc No i Burners 5c .Nc. '_ Burners !0e. Faac.v tlutea Lamp snadeis 10c. Writing Materirl and Etc A lot of tine ink tables Lons wallet Tie package Box PUIKM- of 24 euve; ope.- unti per box lOc I Kfceipt Books, Su. For Kitchen. Sc, lOc i (irKiale.- -Jfic Cake turners, 5c. Asbestos mats, -t, CoiTee uiills, iroo'1 MCO, Foed choppers. AH kinds of bread, and Doep jolly Reduced pan 44c I! .ni dish w 17 -iiiiirt. urratntp dish pans tjlc- (.frauiV'' and (.j ran it" water tiuoket.-i, 50c lii'aiiit.' preserve k-n tio. .lor, '20c, and i'fic. Butter jnd Milk Goods. !0 tin pails I0e. Milk lOc. 1 pound nutter Milk crocks, I Or. i.Hiurns. :aiy 1 gallon. Good Things In Soap. Sil'n laundry soup, 
                            

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