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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma WEATHER FORECAST. Indian Territory: Tonijfht and eooter; Sun- day fair- Temperature, The big thermometer in front of the tittup roistered today ax follows'; At a. m At 3 p. tu............. LOCAL NEWS StetTen's OIVHUJ at Mason's. J. E. Clark and wife visited friends in Stonewall Sunday. Swank's No. t; always re- Frank Jones is a business to Wewokn today. See P. K. Smith for up-to-now photo work. 152 -if The little child of Dill Coleman ill. Ten ceut> pays for the News ek. A ureat treat in store at the opert> house totdirht T'2-lt We ice i-reatu. Mason Drujjr t'o. tt W. A. HollitieLI came in frmu a business trip to Konaw.H. Real estate mortsrajie blanks at Ihe News office. 3'2-tf tans will keep you cool stettintf shaved. City Bar1 her Shop 64 8t Mrs H. P. White left Sunday for Ardmore, where she will spend several weeks with her parents. Dr. O, M. Bisant, dentist, locu- ted in Conn-Little building. No. 1S5. 1 I I MoiuM Itocn JFMt 111 MlnnUtlppI Aluo RUInc. Stone left on the evening Frisco for Louisville. An enjoyable evening to till Who attend the entertainment at the opera house tonight. 72-lt (His B Weaver and party left this morning for the Louisville reunion. A real estate mortgage, if written on the we sell, will hold water. The News. li'J-tf Kverybody attend the cemetery benefit tonight at the opera house. 7-2 It Have lew word.- to say to Here they are: Claii-ctti- .soup, ii f Silt; soap, i! ,-i.-. lor l-Vrn .vosij' runs ii. v :i i-nrii strinii1 lu'aiis, i! Kxi-fllo Star tobuocii pi-r H> Ii. Rioe I irei'tivillc pfi- H' Niistivillo liiTi-n villc tn-r ItlacU Hear I I'ru.-x Tu-. Iluiu-M SniitT. Kooliuli, Juno Tlit Mo.iuua rivor litre rose sevi-n feet In Unti Salnrilay Is sMJI ris- Mr. William-, of the trues the city. Heretofore it lias not been our policy to advertise, but we want the people to know our prices. Our irood> or1 vour inoiiev back. ALDRICH R1N4RO I! In.sr fast. is an almost- equally itMiuirk.ible floo't in I In- Mississippi river Tin- levee protecting: thi town of Alexandria. Mo., lias been broken ami has siarttn) through. lilt" fown. Never has tho Dos Moins rivrr iruule .--.n-h a I rctncndous jump. Tin- .uroitl. volume of watoi- from (be Metres joinl'iv the flood in tft'i Mississippi will sweep low. lands In Illinois ir.i.l Missouri from KeokiiU to llHnnlhiil. Mississippi river Saturday bowod a rise of six feet, breaking nil records here. The auvernincnt locKs are flooded and the vlangm- line lias been passed by over M fe.el. Two trrillle i-iUiiHlonns dm1-. ins night, en'ised all oraekg to be., rasing Tho Mississippi. the DBS Moini'-; is still rising af ;i papiit with iirnspoets of uineh clainaRe. Ail trains :m AT NORMAN. lonur-rb president .if Mu- l-'irs tin> Ada Association. Tues- National bunk of WANTS leaf pin, tinted with green, with six small pearls. A liberal reward offered. Leave at NewH office. FOK' confectionery and Noft drink business on West Main Street. Cheap for Cash, Mike (loldman, watch. Owner can have same by calling at this office, proving property and ptiviny for t'.iis advertisement. (IH-tf FOR acres bot- tom land, two; miles west of Ada. Apply to C. S. Wilbnrn, tive miles west of Ada. FOK three room finished house on Tenth street. Good waier and barn. Price. fclo.Oo per month. Otis B. Weaver. CITY BARBER SHOP iiisliic apnenled II-HII 111" cily to Hi- J, cnrrt will be I'roni Ibf Btrs iIOc WORK 'i I'AUANTKlin .v. UOICSKV. i M.-ti'. t- i IM, inn 111.- nf I-'. M Stalil n oi! poii.-.-. -ii> I'liiinci! will Manila., ni-ili' i I raw d.iv noon !s the last dav that ain a n lllH TlAJ in tlie rnite.i distiie, r.-.uri One Instjiu Uoatti ana I wo Lives i.if-ui.'ii isthesiuest of friends in! llst 0! the nusspelled words can' t-aaiuUn _.nii} CONFEDERATE VETERANS. Reunion at Louisville, Kentucky, June 14 to 16. 1905. I1 or atxi'tV M. v.-Jil :'roiu of >r Smoke ke.it L'an't U-1 UK K' 10t r Ir. Hjiig in Balance I'. .i Sun.i.i- Mrs. M. Stein.'t- i- v in rvaiest.it.- h'.aii'r siand Mrs. an i child this iiuirniny :'or Lado be received. Read top lint of the cireuhir you bv- the one. luviuir iitojieny atway- re :m abstract of title' ;.at of ;i title you mv '-'-s you purt xvith your iiu- luilan. -ney luit safe' li.a' iia-.e it a! >t a'pstrad- sir 'v t'urt'.is'-itHi ll vlohUii'r. "f a ban dnp. j in I. iii i'v I.-.; I'ori cnw j rou ml I n veins at I KHIi, 1 I nrjson :H 1 I ..ri .In'... i Senator ('.iir-.i lloborl. i i'i' i. A- a .M r> I'au: 1 i''ii M: ii .1 u :i v.'i'.h v'> AJ-TI t en 1 Mbey 1 f (be .il.-d' for Kit- I V'" A !l i-aiiuM- '.von. ati'i v. v '.'.an; to Texti-. wlKT. 1: a t i v t Com Cia. t! i, V 1 i uu I: V> ailciM-. or' the had -a.i -litout us I'ea'-'t. eek, orc'asion our s oest -presence in i.-ouh! j, TJU-. not .-oncl'.idt.' without a lit tie t'r.-: i ternai call, that w.> a .fudije 'NN inn (.-auae- iu from the at the par.ited from ranch Sunday eveninsr, hnt his otticv. -Mt Amil.v will remain another week. TheJudpe not feeling well hence his return to i t'.d 11 n i'ji i Associat; a party of len editors Ada IT. tilt.' K-itY l.' to join ina.r, itfviow. lexas. in the ,..irt> flt Atoka. and wi'd pnx-e.-o h.- them to iSan Anjielo. l e-- t.m and I'ortland. I'iie editor- Bid- Furniture or. easy laents i P. P. Await Supply M7-4t Louisville. Ky., 're .e i t at 1: N-v wi-i I- Hiu.-h impressed with Aiia L- ,1W.. v -i.i'i tor a1', vert isiny: i.ittl'- Miss ft on ti.e Katy for Siiawiee Wilt1'-'' :na-: 'ua :il A vNi t '.'ii-i'.d- f.e- a- "i- sved t i town wdcl; wa- fleas broujj'nt S.i-.u-i! Bob i unon th Otticers Elect-d I -'I. following- were otiir by tin' A. r-.ii.'-.ii'd n A. M at their regular mi-et v'. i M. C. Bid.- may luiui, oy J s 1101, L i t'' v 1 W H S i L 'i ll V V I i !l V I by IVpnty; Little. S. Duke Stone. W; at n se.iled hid- will 1 L .i.nies. 1 l> Swat p-'v-'o-i of' f.iri A. ,i. Shirley, S. D: K r- k-" 11. M.'iCendre.', ,1. I ,oe Look v-.-.ir !-u -y ov, :IM.'. Irwin. ,1. S; J. K. if it don't n.....i T.vler: ,1. M. Doss, i 'f sc. Shillinjj and! at old Ur.indi-y riiiiklin-- ;m Tke.-.r will be installed Twelfth street opened b V. V. Harri.-v Crushed by Falling Rack. oo TO llOBIN'si Meat Market FOR YOUR LARD. Records Destroyed by Cyclone. Ok., June 11.- Al- though Secretary Thoburn luw received from Kiowa county the .-tatistieai agricultural report for yet tlie snine is not com- plete and be corrected. It 3 lb bucket 5 lb bucket.. 10 lb bucket 50 lb bucket 1.00 We guarantee our lard to be as ifood as any er. R. S. TOeiN. Hello No, 21 Harris Horol Block- i.1- incomplete for the reason that the records for Mountain Park township, including t.he towns of .Mountain Park and Snyder, were blown, away in tho Snyder from outh T.. Base Ball. I '.he hull ysiuie Sunday Li tin- lot-ill team !ind one Hailey. a prominent I coal operator, was badly hurt! and a miner, whose name could not be learned, had hi- back broken by the fall of rock in a mine which tiujj were inspect 'my vSaturda.v. walking aionjz an entry a large rock fell from the roof. Mr. Hsiiley was struck on the head, receiving- severe lacera- tion.-, and several rib.- were broken. The miner les- for lunate, the weight crushing his rle can not recover. Wil many points, ,-outh of the 'bio tit id Potoiuac and of tin1 Mississippi RivtM-s June I (5th, 17th, and (Hth. Cfili ou or ;i.ddre.-..'i undnrsijjried for particulars. Ada, 1. T. TAJ LOR. F K E K M S T R V.. My MoU-; S Parties wishinyr the Ser-vices Registered Jersey Bull Can rind saii-.c at White's 9 Dairy in'North Ad.i. Z. E. CHARLTON Dray and Transfer Irl hi thi of 0 ui I Tulwrtll, 1 prtip-'trfKi Lo fi'wr tn M K might an.i M. FITKMAN. ATTCK.NKVA .1 ureriorai and Territory Briefs. K'onuwa wa> iiuite interesting; up to the sixth inntntr the Ada .sntolites went up in tho air like baloon and lost the game by a Ktivia, I T.. The _ stutul from ,1. W. Morgan, :tnj bii-'' uimiied nji -in i'ji t" Huo "f Confectionery Goods. 0 fonn- anrl >oe im.- f W. H, KILPATRICK. j R. F. KING. PHVSIL'l AN Oftices, Rooms 1 und 2. over First National Bank Block. W Woodmen of the World at thisi place and tlie (.'irclej will have a picnic The I lodgi- at Mnnn-ivilli' will prob-l ably co-operate. score of 18 to 8. Notice! I The public is hereby notilied Kaviili i. T.. Jund t-. (.round thulMr. A, M.Croxtonisnuthor- no( bcen plomvi 'Things Worth Knowing' to receive payments of ac- count- incurred during partner- ship Drs. Mttrtiu Greer. W. H. Greer. Died. At home near Sun- day, June 11, John Medley, 48 years. Mr. Medley leaves a wife and two children to, mourn his loss. The remains were- in- terred thin afternoon. 'ifft- the rain has become too linnJ and the crops on such land will he lost if it not rain St.on. What You Cannot Afford. Vun cannot afford to do without Dr. Oerumn in hooso If Hoy of famil) baVo a Undenoy, or if cstnrrb-v colds or bronchial ttffootiooa.ani fraqaent ton. Cforumn Syrnp ia a rocognixad 'ana ralla retaedy (ar aotuampUon and flaeet J for tjitoat and J jmptly chuck eoldt. and w an Ihti It wifl tMohlf. Austin, Dallas, Texa.n Fort Galveston, Texa--< IX-toison, Texas (itithrie, T Houston, 'IVxii.s 1. T, U'nco, Texas Stin Antonio, O. T South MeAlcster. I T. Tulsu, I. T. Oklahoma City. O. T. The Cities in TEXAS, OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN TERRITORY Are all located on the MISSOURI, KANSAS ft- TEXAS RAItWAY -P. in a reason why yojiv should, travel and ship
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