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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                11 WEATHER FORECAST. Indian Territory: Tonight muT Thuersda.v fair and warm. Temperature. The thoruumietoi in front of the News office registered today a.- At a. m V At 3 p. in.. Steffen's cream at Mason'.-. J. O. Tipton went to Stewart today. See P. K. Smith for up-to-now photo work. 152-tf JJ. H. Kpper-on is a Holden- ville visitor today. i 'Ten cent- pays for the News one Hugh U. (.iardner, of Holden- ville, wa- in town yesterday. We ico Mason i H You can see Sutton Tripoli water filter at the bicycle shop, 118 North Broadway, and they are worth looking after. 74-Ot Helen and Patti Redman came in from Mustang, Okla., this morning to join their papa, who i> section foreman on the Katy. John Farrell, of Terra Haute, Indiana, cpent hi.- cousin, Miss Je-se Ho loft tins morning for Arizona (i, W. and II. N. Grim- of 'IVhominjro, were taking in the sights in Ada Tuesday. wore-pleasant callers at the New.- office while in town. The Methodist Protestant meet ing in the tent in North Ada is .still in progress. Meeting tonight. Kev. A. B. Hughes arrived and will do the preaching. All in- vited. A civil ease of Hill Karl vs. Gus Bobbitt. administrator of the estate of John Colemar, for the recovery of a cow and calf heard in Judge Talbott's court today. Floyd, ,lim Chandler and W. ,jv ICerr returned Tuesday trom a three weeks lushing and prospeet tour in the Clu e'.i (nation A very pleasant tiip is C. C. Fowler and wife returned repotted. J to tlieii home in Quinton today (.'.uitii'l., attorney tiotnl Keal estate iii the News otlieo u. T. [j-iniM fanner fru bUviiKs. at 3'J-tt' 11" of nur in The News ortkv li.i- -ale real estate uiorttrairi1 Mank- that will stand the tost. U'oodttien iiold lobt, returned to hi.- home today. He i- noinir to re- turn, however He say- he i- in with, out town and will net in Kans'i- many longer. Have a few word.- to say to you Here rhey are: Mifiiir. 1Mb- tor Clnirettt- -ujp. bur- JO Imr- for SHU soup, ,i bur-tor Kc'i-n snap l> i cuas> good lioin'iiy i can.- gooil onus, IHMII-. 'l ciuis Iliini.' milU t boxes bluinp lu i puoUuyo- KxL'i-'llo Star tobaivu por H> K Rice (irei'uvillf por lb 'i Na-livillo the pi-r lb i', Hlafk Hoai pi-r pluir I" Tu-. i; MoiH'-t hinitY, piM- jriasi 20 Heretotore it ha.- not been our policy to advertise, but we want the people to know our prices. Our a'e ivia-anteed e- your money back. ALDRICH RINARD. Territory Notes. The Woodmen and their ladies of Rtivia and Maunsvills gave a picnic at Ravia Monday Muskogee is nlso licking her chaumpa at the. mention of the proposed million dollar federal autlrorities are stri.Miuou-.ly with those wiUUar companies ure- valent in some portion- of the Indian country. f The musically inclined at Chel- sea have a b.'ind and are educating thttmselve- in the pus-Somite ai t. The residence of Sherry Spann at South McAlester burned Sun- day night together with the con- tent- Tlie loss was about 500 with insurance. The business men and funnel's of Rtivia have a yood I'. NV. ins, of Sheiman. is R. R. MEETING. road- club and are going after 1 better public highways. Newspiperdom in Byard has i undei gone a change and W. M. I' Jackson now performs the func- tion of iving the Banner there, i He i-the new editor. A ego tent with a. seating i cupiie.ty of over has "been eiert1'1'. t n it vacant lot at Vrd u1 'e'. rhe-t'Loud ,u imai iTi-e'introl tne Soutliv-e-iiM n l; Coitffienee will be h J'L. Nn'ui'ie ha- given Ada 'i: i r M'l-.' in the i_r''.'f -i I tine dc -i.t "t oolite -lUch that there is pet'U n it-. ciass west i lonl. Ind. Fur tvhich the limit-Ms doufjtles- much obliged to indii tvtion- i WANTS or five girls IC Wil do a i C'i imma! i ''vil and in town tt.'insaeting biihituvs-with the LUCA-Cotton Co Mr. Barn- The Business Men Meei and ten itor.s (lie republican Duncan cuss the Proposition representing the T. M.'iehino Co, of Corinth, acaVled'mootintf after" hltol-v "old to tht' ,____.-., noon it -J d ciOiA 'inn.'yin plant at ChecoUih. It, lentisi IOL- t'oikm mur are iishing and ei b 'n' Conn 1 rt'e buiidiii1 t'u.t tiiiL: uiiisuuitGs yn this a tin1 d. Die meotm_r N1. a- i i u der 'ind C' 1 List a iirj-ce t utti'u" o! ut the :u'. d.-- u--e S bt1-: 1 I', t' l-'iiiton, Alder- ti d 'n-iinniin xii> totUl -liul D tii in tin' work i 1 the I'll 111 Hoi'd c M t ti> !'......'iili.ic an i -l- -a.v u, i layitis.' ih x- el l' e11' t, i- i. M ,i -ect 1.1 i i e i l r l' o I sit- 1V ii I t' in 'Hi U' a "c, .t! lentie1, 11 TAILOR. ti n i "'M' C--1 ter 1 ,n- Intel e-tintr tsi uei ie bs ''s viiM Wiirron, Made.ox Ibn- I'.f.i'd. Holt, Hud Hoi- A nvi '-t-K. "i." tua_i.. i! ri--, llo't ind 15iow.il' -f u i: i-ic -lu'aMne; wiitt.Mion tuo sseseil.NM MMVIMH! in the cit.x the i and H.eNow- -5-J-tf tl.e v OP d. M Caiauay, M IX a pioinuien: >eininole .-h'-e hou-v -1 'lyrol.i liis hue HI city tod-iy. A- to i. AiU Hull le'.ne' It iireon or e orders ..............i .1 at thi- ofl'ce ('7 CIM uru KU K V y I i c L r. Ii M i 'II 'l t i i. N t I I! 111 t I.'' i. i i i n 11 u t i i i tiiA e ul! du d'_'j i i; w c: t. e T l-i K i i- 'i n i ui-h11 .v- a a A W. Mapo.-. ot oiie with the passed tlu.Miyl, enrnute to Fnuu-i- today IV. T -ociali-t, o! L'hu'i addressed a larye audieiu-o .it tlio ooii rt 'a-t oiling Mrs. ;MI chilclii r. Konawi. i c of M S i Tcb a-., i-, in t1 i :i v :iu' itr.N M 1 .-vtM'i.'i 't'hylli- cam i tn'm o tl'i j> 'i 'en -e'. a r. i neyi'o ami md M-.i-k I1, tuiy i i a, is o n :v n-t H t o' t it i. nit (it tite LT. tinir beture you past i. m lie-1 ut o: e i o Much intero-t v.a- -hov n h in pre.-ent and ayreei i i-. uhen thu BANDITS AFTER TREASURE. i it uork i nittei .M pi..' fo1 tin1 i 11 i tin1 p; e e i 'ule 1 >t 'ird. tho i. t r.i. coninut- 01 i U I'll-- eomno-ed ot .J no temp' u'l i; ,1- 11, i A K" Thorn nipht ;.i ,1 ll.r t mi- i till i union tie o' i ,i loa- ui the ui d id t ,o' a ted, u 11 ont l o; t v (11 iv -toi" >ei t! TIHM ,I io-t ami oiitide vou i ,ct at an 1 idi'd di-ti ict- and fo- the I'UV taken mi the rani !i "-ui.da v 11 A huve -i 1 i! tlie .iuro.noKile i-. Aviiu h n.e the raiH'h to to be pldi m ,i bunl'. not utrun tho hor-o- of h.inl.t- .ou n t 1'Mindry ot As it ft- t IUM r u'1- i l Mime- o1" unit tee- i -MI p r t .ai .1 imr I'ui th tir-t tram the terian and Southern railway tide UK- In tvtuel .ui Tlnjr-dnv HI a> v Allen i of'.-e- uneiit-> -il 'ui -'opovei- wifo i. J_ v.lo to MM. the.r Ki-t di-tnct -Old n not th f v ov.n conxtfvjinces, c-u. do sound ot >th and we-t of Uroadway. !t" be enteitaued at .'s.-ry -top if >econd disti let Ka-t o f Hnxid north ot .Main to Kntv ,K an M C. t Whitt'-boi- I tin i, u i i- but t, W l- I l' IliltO t k et- IHil t'l M-l'ii Ai Z. E. CHARLTON. Oray and Transfer 1! i i1 U' A 1 i in i i y 'iir liu 1.1 li I'rc rfh' ai I L ii" o( 'i ill 1 1 ui laiuli'1 ioln-- I it i j i ill1 Dtift'ci 1 rom J in it tan v I U p i' Ji l lijit llti i '1 Confectionery Goods. .t i nil' W. H. KILPATRICK. tutxire ho S Fvinbam and in' Third district Noitl. of Mam i'i' C'fiiti'f aiv ,it g tbi' i oin Uit'iict'iiitMit I'XtT at BloiMnfirld. Institute Mr- f 1i i- 'i  t. i woOOf ou but .I.H 1 luTi1 lire excursion j---.--. I TOBIN'S i Meat Market FOR YOUR LARD. 8 tb bucket 5 lb bucket 10 Ibjoucket 50 lb'bucket .50 1.00 1.75 We guarantee our lard to be as good ;is un v R. S. TOBIN. Hello No, 21 Harris Block. rate- the 1're-bytonan >outhi't n railway and include rides an four different line- with at tour divi-ion points with retie-hinentst "ervcd you at every -top [letter engage youi truns- porrat.on early. Tickets on -ale at umondepot Main street Thurs- day _ 73-2t Persbyterian Southern. The followinR committees will! conduct the excursion and enter- tain the the Presby- terian Southern railway, Thur-day assisted the ladies at whose house-' the tiain- will stop: Union Cox-Gteer store Miss Cnrrie. MHS Smith, Kev. Williams-, S. W. Hill, and M. D. Steiner ayent. Germany, re-idenee of G. Broadi'oot Mr-. Harrison. Mrs. Thompson, Mr-. William- and Mrs. Hill. Scotland, re-idence of C. O. Barton- Mrs. Barton and friends. Japan, residence of 1. M. King Mr-. Mrs. Kotwch, Walsh and Mr-. Fleming church yard -Mesdauaea Kranuich, Byrd, Stciner, McKeel, fortune teller and danirhter. Ap-erica, residence of G. Cdrri Streif and Kef. ______ Bought Sprinkler. The city council at a meeting Tuesday evening1, pur- chased one of the beat street sprinklers manufactured and the order was telegraphed in and the wagon will be land fpr dampening the streets next day. I Fourth district South of and l-'.ast of to 15th street to Katy K U, Fifth district of Mam West, of Broadway to l.'th street s Addition 1 H -.1 r i i o1 t i e v-.1 O. B. DismviKes. to I Sixth di-trict All >outh of -treet from Katy U U to Dftirys Addition Seventh Addi tion and Park or school hon-eadd. Fijjbt Sunrise and outside land holder.- R. F. KING. flu es, 1 an 1 i. First Nuttona, BlocU. 1. Harrison, Will den and Bob Fowler. '2 JohnKinard.il. Woodard. nnd W. W. Slodjfe John W. Beard, m'lly Wil- son, Kilpiitrick, J. T. Conn. i 1. Geo. Henley. i .1 W. Hay-, Uaney. (j. urondfoot i'. A. K. Thornton, II. J. i.rown, W, Li.ndin. 7. W. C. Puncaii,  elling the right goods at the right time and at a catisfactory price. We meet all competition in our line in quality and price, but we do not de- other- iness. We prosper with Ada and help other.- to and We that people know and trfat them ac- coKhny.y Remember t'nit ou are all piuin nnure- nt ti, en- Lowest Net Spot Cash Retail Values SPECIAL, FAN S ..tr i folding fan- ICc A of  t: tfip KM vi- at faitcy v W X ?.'.'c. 'S4-C. i; A N i> .N Ki'vcn. i'- Lient brought "c ami 1' c 1 'APi-'j: NAPKIXS-Fur te-i etc.. UI dlOd. IVrior- d scalloped, in a- '.it'' pattern-, MX lies wide. 10 yard- to a pier-'--, only Tic SPECIAL Tut.! LToblets per SPt. Ho.iv.% .LI tea o; hotel goblet- only -et Fine t'.'n n own tun bier- each 4-ptcci' table inu- of uuttC! and -ugar pitcher and holder 39c per set Covered pni-etve -tand- I'tc. Jolly tumbler? doxen Hall's a1 ASS fruit >rs, in (Uc a irt- Tie a dozen Half gal ;'4-c a doxei: All complete with ruo'oor- Kxtra fru.t TH' ;i do Be and our Fancy China at groati.v reduced prices .fohn-on'- Royil 1'orcelain white and tine cup.- and saucer-. set 5Cc. Dinner per set 15c Come here for base bait supplies and fishing tackle. How is your kitchen day? We sell every- thing; in tinware, enameled ware, etc. o Nickel Store, 
                            

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