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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma t'j WEATHER FORECAST. Indian Territory: Tonight and VVeduesdn.v and warm. Temperature. The bijj thermometer in' front of the New- oltu-e registered today follows: At ft. in At o p. m 1! n :J IJLOCAL JNEWS Stetfen's cream at Muson1-. Mrs. K. K. Koyrers is reported ill. See K. Smith for up-to-now photo work. 15'2-tf C. M. Chauncey was in Tills a last evening. Ten cent- pays for the News one Frank .'OIHV- in Holdeiuille last nipht. Don't forget the Tour of the Prof. Cabeen and wife of Gitra, returned this morniusc af- ter a eight's stay in the city. Mrs. J- K. Krone and her moth- er Mrs. Miller, will leave this evening for Commerce, where, they will I'eslde in the future. Thoma- Mill-, of Chiea KO, at tho opera house Tup-day- night. June lo. Subject: "The Labor Problem and T-JUt H. A. Kot-ih came in from Kansas City this morning. He reports a trip but exceedingly' quiet every- where along the hue J. M. McC.irty. ot Ada. i. T., was a Shawnee sisitor and that territory town as "making good" in possible business way. Shawnee News. F. Finck, of Kansas City, representing: the Studebnker wag- on people, i- in the city today talking water -punUl M- to the city council The little some big one too, Frank Jonos for example spent the day in the wood- near Auios Hay's at an old time basket lluve n few werd- K> say to Here (hey are- sny.ir. lor I'liui-t'ttf soup .1 bur.- 10 Imr- for I.W Silk soap, .1 bin bar- tor 1.00 I'Vrn V b.i. ,1 j-uiis> fli'od luiin.ny fun- n'ooil i'in-n -5 i I'uiih strinj; beans. i on 1 1- Piim- i bluinj; 10 Council Meeting.. The city council met ih adjonrn- eel session Tuesday eveninK with Mayor Duncan presiding. The following wtre present; Walsh, Harrison. Fowler, Mn-on and Collins. Recorder Warren being Ins son (tcteJ teui. Motion Wal-h .second Fowler that the city t 'ircha.-f a ntreet sprinkler. C'ltrrit-d unanimous' WANTS -Gt-'ld leaf pin. tinted with green, with small pearls. A liberal reward offered. Leave at News oflice. 71 Foi; confectionery and soft drink business on Westj Main Street. Cheap lor Ca.-h. Mike (loldinan, tis-b't. Star toluiOL'o per U> 10 Rioo tirivnvilli' pi'i Ib .1." Nu-hvil Ii' tn'i'i'ii v il If pi r 11' Kku'K Hi'ur PIT i TU-. plu-j- r. Theone dollar prix.c oiler llt'iu'-t Sinirt, per '.'ii the Ada Fair A-isociction, t Moved by seconded by Harrison that H cominifpe ol three be appointed t.o devise means of starting n sprinbU- tern- watch. Owner can porarib Motion have, same by calling Committee n-'iud oi i proving i -ty and paying for Mason and Hamon. UIHMI mot- advertisement. HM-tf ion which was unanimously carri- ed, the mar.-hal wa.- instructed to pioceed to enforce the dog law. No futher busnie-s appearing the council adjourned until next World 1 iv evening. It pu-mc. 'I he dinner g SteftVn's ice cream. we ;veiv tU'lv Mr-. Hoxvmun. an old tiienu K. Hradle.N and Claude C' A Thomas, who left tbi- afternoon on a tislung h bet'" vi-itmff in the expedition. llett this. moinmg tor Mtind, she will visit het -en. Real estate mortgage at! K. >fone the News ohVe ih i .enight......__ G-N. McKnight stopped over i rnortgagin_! property he Hcretolore it has not been our policy to advertise, but ue the people to know our prices Our a'" anteed o- your money back. ALDRICH RINARD. I1 Miss Estelle Torbett Wins Prize. red by to the who first scut in n correc- ted h-t of the misspelled words in tht ir htrffe page circular which hits been run in the was by Mis- Kstelle Torlnitt. She h.ivi corrected twenty-two 1 cut T'I" o'fer read- fot .the eo' 11 i 1 li-l. but the l-'dir i 11 i i 'i t- ue Ida tiie 'f l M U't Hid for SiX at 11 Nortb Albert M Uu---t-, a position r law ottice of LHike Dr. O, M. Hi-ant. >oi in t'onn-Littie hniUiniir, piione NTt> The grerttest ue of life will take placo next Tour of the World To- It The wall- Master Storl.nf. lame in thus replies lio.n its ii moi HiiiLr irom Ky ;u j-j-j n -v.r an fst-iuU'a MMI to he- si, m ,tt llilll'l' 1 t 'C Lengtn.s i i. i- >een m St (..is bv i 1-ieU" it> e, fo- a'i M ba-ei I ivpoti v' siPii i .Ml .1 'i'll -111 t t et U-'i' i ti'i.v 1 pk 1 r News i-.ai Ii" M- (iccet'te 1 a ing 01 cvtion. wi.' .t1 MI po-ition H- -'.reel ear oiulnctor month in ee :nty, pi ntihu' at that plaie t.ic -nmmer. ,s Mll, N tie i tetu'i to oofore tlie f i .-O'.-O'. nortiit'i n lidt L'' 'liul e1 i- f'tr south a- L arlt HI t i t i, i. i t i.-. N LM-ning fr-, i, N -v ;ipon iere )e ha- attendim. llt v.-.thei eondi- the st He I lie .1 'e is jenlei it ur.- binldmgs on Kast Main -treet hon e, a- --a, ,ia> tlll. p. anted are rapidly nenraic co" p'.-f..... and it will be but a tow til the uood work me need. C'all ,-it tsie Mtvon j- jusi.v for your ticket World. Henii.': i tinder a p..- n b rs jiyo, i- _ i e -ta.ui -n, tiat foiiuh, uein, nuU. uidM.tn. llll- A is ttH> r th- -i.i .-N' I tit' I ..lit- o' lid tiie r. bouiuii n: tiie 'I'. tn> 'l t er A r- .1 t i i_: on the bl.uk- 'i ko'fl 1'iiM N" w- _ Mr .1 P l fl.sei o: i ate- t ,nith ami i- 'r re..-.tr. ,ui t; e in If nd nut i llo luint at i Hi-.- on the Tour W iy evtMiintr. lit' t _'i u'l leer, ot -k'Ji-.oti' d. i thi- ortice. V -ti-e e v_'j i "-Jt I 'o vniir lizard in I'i. t i't'-court t' Vttv i r.ey .r. i.i.e i' -mt 11 A M e 'eo i if i i'IK1.'Ill' I '.i re r ali-t i n l 11' t i K r i kl! il V'. .1 t.t.e ,'l! ting bc-fm i ,s o i MI! VDUI in, 'tiey. I'l e'-e hu ah Mr l't (ngr-i.-- Lyneii and Mis- Mimin- ase ot Hie I Sam Joiu were united in the noly ehaiLfed teceivmg i bo.-uls uf Sundav 01 S morning at uir.e o dock, Hri 1 look's o flic-it i ni: She the olu o.st dauyrht.ei of Mr. and Mr-. Hi ITOBIN'S Meat Market 'OR YOUR LARD. tin n '.y an lor false pretense was in Judge Talbutt's court ui wa-- dts ihiigiM by the court upon the Uono-, :md is a highly at compli-h t'tound that that the mortgajje i ymmtr ki'iy, while is iinalidated hence tlie do-i a nice respectable man. fendunt could not be held. for mmb h.nppi- i A Tour ot the World will cost i- 'in a nuuibet ol 1- rallies pco Ihen-nrooxoursion; j t, s Blue Mound Suu- Southern radwav and include i 1.1 i rides on four diflerent line- u ith st JPs at four divN.on nomts with refreshment, servei vo.i at v n'M> 8omp Bettor engHgo'you, trans WPr" porrition early. Tickets on -ale at uniondepot Main, street Thnr- U day Ib bucket Ib bucket Ib bucket Ib bucket l.UO We guarrtntef- our lard rbe as tfood as any pack- CONFEDERATE VETERANS. Reunian jt Louisville, Kentucky, S. TOBIN. Hello No, 21 harps Hot.ol Block. Moonlight Picnic A number ot youim people en- loyed a delightful moonlight pic- June 14 to nie some two south of town For th" above oi i asion the M. Monday night. K. T, will soil tickets from In the party Mis- Keo'Ada al rate of for the and Mr. William-: i oiind trip Tickets on -a'e.Junc- and Dr. Ijisaut. Mis- Currie und'10'11' Htli, inclu 0. F. Cannon; Mi.s.s llowell and "ivt'., Final lim.t Junj- I'.Uh, with pt llogf ol extension M. Pjinbsrlake; Mis- Alder-on Kixtv's Ai'ont for p.irticu- and F. Harris; MISS Carroll 'lar-.' and Foster Simpson and John To be Sold at Auction. McKndey and ite A delicioiiH lunch of fried chick en, ice cream -and other dainties was -erved after which the party returned to the city, Do You Need Money? time loans made ou land or improved city property or to build. W. II. Kbey, atofficeof .-Milptiur, L. T.. ,Iu orintendent .1. S Sup- of Braley Kbey 71 tf Sulphur United States re-ervsi- tion, has received information from Secretary Hitchcock to sell tho remaining fifty houses in the1 reservation at pfibho auction. There remain- in the sale four hotel-, tho Bland hotel, a structure, is the number. This sale will take June 24. n TAILOR. Louisville. Kv., ti .1 uly 't on IliO'l t Ol .'it e and depu-1 t'iij.r 1 u-l- et io'Mt '.isjer t I lie .1 1 ll't1! tO l.li che ip rule- i ue t '-e man v p i'i.; i t be >'i n T-ii 1 'uto.'iiai M-II' i-t i 1 1 e M i--i.--.oi i R iv IM s M Y.e 1 7ti ,.iM. si C i' i 01 i i. f Mi .Yu; r i: i- i i it i i'ii- i 5 M- M I'.irtir- Ne' vees Registered Jersey Bull '-ti n. -a-; J I ni No: t "Things Worth Knowin i. T. lexas Foi t th, Toxa- tialve-toii. I'e.xa- 1 >enison. (tutiine. i '1 itco. 'IV San Antonio. 1 Shau nee, O. T s-oiith Me I T. 1. T ('Kbthom i (.'it v. M T. '1 he Larne-t ('itio- m TEXAS, OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN TERRITORY A t v all located on the MISSOURI, KANSAS TEXAS RAILWAY. 1'. r-i I'm- i- i i-i-a-on yen should i-iylit i i "Tin1 Nickel Store Austin College, Sherman, Texas. Quality and the host for the lowest price. Wo urc buying and -elhnsf only merchandise that will give -atisfaction to our customers. We have laid a foundation that is in- creasing our business by -ellinjr the right at the right time and at n satisfactory price. We meet all competition in our line in quality and price, but we do not de- other people's bu- rners. We prosper with Ada and liolp others to tvo-por and We knyw people know value treat them ai W t-oidiiig'.y. Ke member that our good- are all priced in phi'ii figure- Lowest Net Spot Cash Retail Values. Nl'KL'fAl. FAN >ALK folding tan- Ki nice 'is-ort'i cut ol leli ii -n, IV it tlii' ,ncy un.il- at fancv price-. but -e rv ice.tble Z. E. CHARLTON Dray and Transfer Confectionery Goods. W., KILPATRICK. R. F. KINO, uii 11 A N or irdkf'c! i 1 pi ii'ei-.y .1111! v l'Ki; NAPKINS KM- ll'Cs. It 1 P "t' !i c P him ire i SliKU- IV: it ".i scalloped, si, :i- -urte i 'a- pat teni-. UK I wide. 10 yard- piece. or.lv 7'C AT. T-iti'i i H IK n tea i'' only -e- n- 1 !i n i ov, r t 'h 1 tab'i -IM t llli_r D'r MJIU'I 11110 -Ufi.ir Ui.-he-. cretin. p.U'i. -peon hoi icr :'.'c pi1 I'k e.il !l .1 i-'iv tumh.i't i-'oc ii's if.ass fruil i-r-s, in ts ii4r a vj'.iurf- T K- a 1 iati tral Ic ;i All complete tii ribtier- tra fruit in: rubbers a i -live unii -ee our Fancy China at reduced pr ce-v John-on'- Ko.va. I'm v'.'ito-Mid en> bossi'il. u i- HiUidli. d oupx uc.-r-. pur sv't niicr piati1-. pei1 set Come here for base ball supplies a n d fishing tackle. Mow is your kitchen clay? We sell every- thing in tinware, enameled ware. etc. II iy Ii iri'HiU' 11 1 tin- ouiii: ini'ii IMC- (jft'pur.itory si f'.irulty nl spiv uilisls, ifniiil library, eir H.int, siu'ii'tx lialN. lurg-i- iiasiuin and utlik-tii p.iiU rirst fins- bu.ird I'li'i'trii' 1 i xr His Refining Christian inllui'ni-i'- si'ssion opi'ii1- Si'pt ii i. PRESIDENT AUSTIN COLLEGE, Sherman, 'IV-va, Nickel Store, m M. Prop Phone 77. o.cns't.v door- N'ort: of Post MEWSPAPEJRl
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