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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                WEATHER FORECAST. Indian Territoi Tonight fur and warm The t iiM iotoi front ot thi- ot regisUMed At s Oo a, ir At p ia LOCAL NEWS F. O. Haru-s. is m Steffen's oiosm it tt Ida Mart Sonthei Utt for Sulphur. K. pboto wo! k. foi up lo-now 15'2-tf Tobe Ten 1 o.v in Madill to Railroad tneetmu at the court house totujtht Master Winbuin Currio is oat after a few cjav- Don t ioJsJTOt that raihoad meutinjr tonight. Tbe new ie-ii'Muo ol "W V neum.1 coinple'.on V W Gieei and Dr. McMilhan with their I ami' s >olt today tor a on Ulue tl P. Crawl'otu toturtiPt! li'in Paul- Valley too n wheie e has been pleading law S. B Ma.vnelu of Stonewall, cume tluouyh Yda on loute from Pauls ti'les The soliciting committee-' le port tonight at mo ruilroud meet mj: Don't liul to be on baud. Will Muikbnni and wife and Jack Shirley -and family nre in Stilphui. Bob Cumin accompanied Will Lieuijrht to the Atdmoie jail morning WrichCfinari Il-iM i few word" to v M thev A Merry Fishing Party. Tlic ft-htnst party composed of Mesdauu's- Browall, McKinley, !Bills, Pamell nnd Fulton; Misses Xtujrujt; Pulton, Ruth Alderton, Pea il Ivee arid Vera and Messrs Biowiill, Bids, Purneil, H-tt t IB-1, and Mad- iat i ite bout froiu up uu WANTS Pour or five arirln or n ttt om e Apply to Ad.x Stud in rotund-" 74 Tt r can Fin !i. j Ii u e s.iruM bv i iiunuitc a most delict i a t ie t, ttseinenb.   it's tt cnleut to a. .Joe Torter. tx yood Chieknsaw s for the News "olv m ti> The N next Sut SOU mi JlUtM I'l 1 i-t ivvr htfi.it s ue t   Alhe U.iusch wh ill ay- lai was in Moil Wed B V M >-i n and tainil> leu to- tot t is't to dli-, M r >i u-ll o t.oixl- Co. was showing M Ko let and Mr and Mts V  II i i. tits _ M ii i >ini n I [Ills I II t II s s! I II III I Us I) >m> in 1U M s blllltl, pui i' n> St.l) tob.il v.1' I1) L, RKI tn illt p -i N i iiu IMIV il i ItUiU ii pi p tu 1 inni -sei l 110 H Sllllfi (M'l Hereto1 oie it ha-not been ovu poiiey to we mt the people to know on- pi ices DIM nu- jruaianteod o- you i UK ney bark ixll- 1 tl ip Mad i.vitf it tbe pt "invr tish" that jjrot away, the fe.in1 H.P pai t ot tho erowd got ot "bites' but succeed d nolhiiiK inueh R1N4RD. and evetybody had plenty ot' tun in to keep am one else ttorn ma tuv tun. When tne stippet hour at rived ot the party was ioiitid and then thw natives tnd the ot tl ,jvt-ly were m tn tiou ot hinjir power they 1 w ih i >r -oon t'oruet- 'ild tin "pei down 'be tr i ie rolleti out IM  i ton -s in VPII the n an rlio -i woodsiiind M i- -ad' t i' living thmu w tSin i r-i i i-of tliree miie-t lv d id won i -I'- I 'Ihe n i i sti.i ut tliedvmjr pch t t'i women it Steam Liundiv. AI v to AC i 74-tf i t Two a< res bot toui land, Ada. Apply to C S. Wi.burn. tite miles we-t of Ada .V'-tt' What You Cannot Afford. v< wit tout Or t Syrai) in thi if of rt IL trtnUinry or if oat or tinviehiiil for md flu a .ti r. onrlh lor flio ml It wil uromptlyi-liwk i and Man i mtiwii) forrrofip '1.1 limiHtif frijil bottln CITY BARBER Hair Cut Flits! l M- D N til I'l s, II.. I S M I S -HI 1 ItltHIHKI it up md dow i bor  tod "A real iaot tuairt. it llolen i et u ned t'i no' 'i bee i 'eoart whei iu4 i'i-tnct oted to the Mielancholly pip'ijt-> of hip poor and Mjh.'i i si t -t vit 1 tin unuinn sMinek-, ot wul luAdi K. tie ivn owl- Tine passM -1 to bi> l U t Mill' Hlld 6MM lOc dl D 1 th -owi-st i y re b and o.ily inf i cTtndise yi'e -atisTictiou to our customer'-. We have laid a foundation that in- creasing our by the njzht good- rmht tune A-id at a meet all competition in cur in rpu'itv and out we nut de- s-trov other people'- b'f- ArU and i e'p an g''ow We that peopU- Uiiovr rid '.heui ao- Hr.N'KV -M V X liNi.'i V I Will do a general oui ni are a i rigui t -it Hood one 't.id oti ti teil Nun 01 t tn ,1 V, 31 u- i 11 tl e-t ite i- ti In- U Iiu lit- 0 lieis' a i a I ,i I'o a ti i t O 1 V V, ill written on the w hold w ate t Ihe New- Albeit Pen v WIN m nur dot tisj th mfetms-C 'i eh tnoi niny: on hi- h m lit. ivin i i to It 11 OMI -i'i iioumil, n e uit'rout the e vi'ie'i t'nM h ni tc t ik fo no ne e di i o 01- t 'i nis Indict i i- toi ti i nli.41 t i. t th co -ouu-Vr u it to i i> t o i tiu> oih M vr 'O t A 11 >er t ie i1 u l> tf i Inn ts Don t iret lett' Tl to >o i out it oo If yon Wu'it y jfreen ot at thi- B B Beatles, in town tod -olid wood, leue oidets is Mr- L llaidn called to the sick bed ot hei lathe i. at Hot. k wall. Texas, far JMonew-all oy uei iiusbind riio 1st -st epoit tiotn tbe i Lhitfgms uiuider t-a-e nt Pauls G. H. Amrellv went to Ft. is t it tin mis h .d the Do You Need I tune nmd oa or mii'M'Hed i or to build. H ato'hceot 'ikn A 1 t 71 tf i A Southern It i i- ISA, an  t L' TAILOR. LH F Ll E I- M V N Lowest Net Spoi Cash Retail Values SPIRAL FAX tan- lOc I v n c of i- i tcl o- o- t r >t i> i-u" at "u.i'O7 r o it. .1-1 t dfpon "'c. s T U il high C i-- Mv Mo'to H A N !v LUC t Ijalox' 01 -jtc Ihe ioLovvirir ttees will condin I fhe HI ii ente Smith tod tain tbe t> i 1st- o et tn Pi i-s tet 'in vojthe-n t i of u1' I l> t e did i ha rite- v (I'll so >ti 1 coii.'i s on a tha.i I .t a tu-ht( and 0 t ii read i al bat kai lio. he idathe 1 1 (.1. ir ---.on In Klectt a Hit t ovtH ei i ti und n t Parties the Registered Jersey Bull J. L Uaui 'si. M i ittle into est- J M W ti the vity todt 'in t t o be at tn p ca c t Y into town trotn f 'shviv >i; J A t..e Ho 1 luit i-l dampen out uf the tute msu i> in J. I'M 1 et -no i iW -a E-v.les i- d t i tnji I nit i u c en t i it M e 1 M t 1 >ih s f lOiii p[ uni b' t1 atio.i tn 1 it i the i t Mir uit ill' it h t nio i he, I UK ih n- ts Mt inet (KI i f- t e o P. i o id >ot M Hi' -ot Ihompso M a Uui i, "o i j i IT- i. i d-iin tu-t -i -siotlii1 oi .1 I fir's teturned au it der M wat.oii U u toi r't- 'it i 1' 's ihtM i a it- is j on tuo -t it et- and it i- i d imi n i i >-i 1 t t 1 M Ki: j. V l N i i luotfre 1 p ,nj? i'diie-d c (vfllj (Mtf at all m i LJ' -i' itual t V uiiio ai t 't t a To tot Mt-" i K'a.'i ds trooi's i t! o Won 1 w 1 f i- UK uamffnit Sft- M  WH- rostot M to P Va i t I letoniiHMit (I -c at ic 11 ivl'i ti to 'i i it ot ii (i r.Vitf't d i V' 11 s a M s pl Ll Z. E CHARLTON Orsy and Transfer Mi-. from i il. H m the R. F. KING, i'i' U v i v i v I lOl. sill' O tt onji 1'a i l o I u LI o I -HI i i t: Qi i down and at 5c and I A PER N A PK J For picnics, tea parties, etc., livc per hundred SHELF PAPK.lt- -IVrfor- xcalloped, in sorto '.i  L' pO' SOt, IM h WOOD! WOOD i tt! i'i >t tii ttrie 1 in .'fiie i "i at t i" t t'i. i l 1 I V I t 1 I t M II I M 1 "I Confectionery iioods. w.'H, 'K-ILPATRICK. a G. B. DismuKes. H6 Nojth cid thev are th li.ok ,iu it t'-t T I t tttie tout tune! aeiu t t e-llltiO'lts i t s i Ptrttes to u-i tl.P! I O'.V II t III t d 111 'o so Fi-.li Pl'ntitj' 1 i TO llOBIN'Sl Meat Market FOR UU1OI1  t'litf n u1 111 i to tai id i 'ili tie1 out othct i th.t totr-d i hlv h )ok tu U a stnoke sick, thi ot -olt" ;1 ''l l of Adatod-tv en lout itoni P.uls ,ll 'llU ll'- e fa hi- IH IK tnu sto lu_'o ttti-h out o1 3 Ib Ib hue !o Ib bt kot 5U In bur Wo to be as ifood 01 hid p'tck wall In a i tv i e iputo in ibsfcrictot tith Knovs l at kii d ot i title HI bofo, i t L) it u, it n it ino- M i In t e s hut o. e i' Inn ami tli tt is to i it ao st.-ii 'i d oi absti K t- ire i PIOI tl I 'd 1 j i 71 tl ATouro't'u VVoi Id cost but ,Cn LUeie tut" usion rates o-er tne tenan iS. isouthein ttdva HI d UK ludo t'u _'l olli d "Things Worth Knowing' V l Da a 1 1 e is SO i 1 t- (.utl fV I IT 1 S i Antonio Ti S i av, O T >o'tt'l I 1 i ,s i, 1 T -ll nil l 1' L S. TO Hello No, 2i Harris Hoto BK on lot t dilh line- uith stops, at loin dtu-ioti points, uiti 1' e C .e- i i TEUS, AND INDIAN TERRITORY A ilt Ii OiV 01! tl 0 MIS501RI, 1EX4S RAILWAY. 1 i t- i i shoi i i i -h Fancy China 1 -i iVv d'li M' OS 1 J i' nut. i pe1 Conic here supplies ;i n d THE PEDESTAL OF HONOR 'J oi 11 d on it ci oj v Hettei enifiiyt' poiMtiorj I'n Kets   7! 1't To the Public Alter th" pubhiation of this j v notice L will no i onnection j withan.v bustncHs co'ittuct-, debts oi m ido J K I1'1' VVinn, nor will i responsible siiine to an extent 75 bt Ada, 1 T U 13th DOC Is i il't I n i DI nut t i s f IX I! it s s I s'l )l l lit I i I l so tn il 011 t IH n; I n n Mill im must si to ,i j j t i'i t in 11 it 11n lull iltu M iv i i i t  sin i D i i i n i it is i uu-l LADIES' SHOES CHAPMAN, THE SHOE MAW." WE DON'T WANT YOU TO s H'tlt M 'U 1 '1 l i s -ettbN tho  our kitchen to- NN'e sell er> tiling in linn are. enameled etc. E 'he 2 Nickel Store. V S. M. Shaw. Prop   

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