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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma r WEATHER FORECAST. Indian Territory: Tonight timndershowers and cooler. Saturday fair. Temperature. The big thermometer in front of the otlue registered todny as follows: At a.'iu-.......................yi At 3 p. in............................W A. ,1. Deaton is in Steft'en's cream at Mason's. 3b-tt Jim Herald, of Palmer, was a business visitor in Ada today. See P. K. Smith for up-to-now photo work. Henry Mite hen, of Lehigh, was jn town between trains today. Ten cent- pays for the News ono wtek. J. W. Myrd and wife went t> Stoaewall tbis evening We servo SterYen's ice cream. Mason Drug Co- Don Ihudin left at noon for hi hone at Lehigh. W.N. Guest and Mount Morris went to Sulphur on the meteor this morning- C. P. Mo Murray family re turned to their home in Ennis, Texas, this morning. A N Durand, contractor and builder from Sulphur returned to his home this a. m. C T. Pfvrker, of Olathe, left here today for Seattle, Wash- ington. The Woodmen Circle and the W. O. W., are e8kt creivm and tonight. .1. A. if suffering from a fractured rib, sustained in the buggy wreck last Tuesday. A bunch of keys may be had at News office by paying for this local. Chus Harrison and family left today for South McAlester, their future home. T. B. Kile Son have ad .led a new team to their growing trans fer business. F. M. Kingham. a good farmei of near Center, was in town to day. Ada Pressed Hriek and Tile coin puny hnve ft now Uila ready to burn. Have a few words to, say Here they are: M. IX rtteiner, A.ds News fame, is talking business in Real estate mortgage blanks at stonewall, the News ortice. 3'J-tf i Of Jim Shirley, of Tyrola, N in __ News oftice has for sale reajestate mortgage that F. Shell k in the cit.v on legal Clllil-l'Ul1 Simp, It UlM'S 10 :ir> bur.-, for l.Oo Silk soap, 10 :tr> bars for l.0i> snap burb ;i cans good lumiiny cans g-tKul c'oi-n a cans sti-inK beans'......... 2.1 a cnns Dime mills ;i bluitiy....... H> packages Kxi-cllo......... Star tobacco per U> K. Rice Oreenvillo per Ib .Nashville ptv Hi ;ICV lllacti Itt-ar per plug-..... TiMiiK'ss-ee Cross Tie, Honest Snuff, pet- Heretofore it had not been our policy to advertise, but we want the people to know our prices. Our goods are guaranteed or your money back. tand the test. Ellison and arefn Sulphur today. iJr. M. Bisant. dentist, loca- ted" in Conn-Little building, phone No -JTS-tf Da v? Goby, oi Allen, returned to his home in Allen today, A real estate mortgage, if on the wo sell, will hold water Tuo W. F. F.tter. of Waxsihachie fame in today. Litdies solid iro Id waU'-h mt Bros. 7'M't W. W. Higgins went to 1'exas tbi> morning. Solid go'.d watches at i> Prague 7n-nt today '.00 at S- I. Tobias returned from Konawa. Lidies goid watches ?1 JSprague Rros. Tom [Kulson and family came in from Konawa Mt noon. If you want good irrecu or at this oftice. Frank JV'kMjn weeks sfay with Mulberry, Ark. WAN Four women at oiu-e. Steam Laundry. leave orders business. An extra Katy railroad gang came in today from the north and are at work in the deep cut near town. an American Kxpress Company horse, came in Wed- nesday and will oompefe with "Hub.'" the Well.- Fargo Kxpress Company horse, in the express busines.- here. The Methodist people are con- ducting prayer meeting through- out the town this week prepar- tory to the revival that begins next Sunday. The protracted meeting will be conducted on the new Methodist church property oil the corner of Fourteenth street and Townsend avenue in a large tent. S. H. lUickhaunon. of Texas, will preach at the Cumberland Preabyterian church on Town- send Ave-, tonight at He a trood preacher and all who can should hear him. Main and Broadway streets re- ce'n'.'d a good bath today through the conrte-y of Will MarUham and Mr. Cutts. "The power is good, and says Jim Shaw w'no was hid- bi'liiud a barrel that was: JIM REECE MURDERED. Shot In Baok by Son-in-law at Bebee. Last eveniafif about nix o'clock, near Bebee, Fifank Keiley shot and instantly killed his fatheHn-law, Jim Keece. It .seems thatRoBce had offered Keiley aorno inducemeutHto here from Arkansas, and for Home reason did not come to his agree- ment. Keiley became angry and made threats Thursday morning, and while Reece was in the tield working Keiley stole a shotgun from the houae and hid in some rank weeds near the house. Reece to the house and was warn- ed by his wife noi to go out, but he would not listen and started in the direction that Keiley was sup- posed to be in hiding, when the murderer rose from his place and Reece began running, but had not far when he re- ceived a load of No. 4 shot in the back of the head. He ran to the house, being followed by Keiley who had by this time reloaded and when, within a few feet o him emptied another charge into his buck. Keiley gaveonaof Keece'sboys a poeketknife to lay a bj Ueece's side to have it appear tha he (Xelley) did the deed in >el defense. Marshals Brents and Chaptnai went to the scene last night am arrested Keiley, who was lodge in jail here this morning. Brents and Cummings were a Bebee today gathering evidence and Mr. W. B. Johnson will be ,000 i here Saturday to prosecute the defendant. Kelly does notdeny the net and his statement is in line are not authorized to quote with the above- WANTS WANTJOD: Four or five sirls or vomen at Apply to Ada 74-tf Owner can Steam Laundry. FOUND A watch. ____ lave name by (tiling at this office, proving property ami paving 'for advertisement. b'w-tf FOK SAI.K: Twenty acres bob- oin land, two tin lew west of Ada. Apply to C. S. Wilburn. five ALDRICH OIL WELL. Ada Offer And a Lot for Enterprise. miles west of Ada. What You Cannot Afford. You cannot afford to do without Dr. German Sjrrap in tbs if uu> of yonr famili coninmntivif taodnacy, or if or bronchial ara tun. Syrup in and ala ramadjr for eoiuniupticm and tnn aiiMt thing on mirth for the tliroat and It will Kromptly check and is ai; infallible rmnody ircronp. Qarmau Syrup will eliil- Trial bottta. Bitt bc-ttln At Clark D CITY BARBER SHOP 3c WO8K OUAHANTKKD D. A. DORSIIY, South Siilo Main SlnM. I 1 A.in. 1. T. HENKY M. FURMAN, ATTORNKY -AT-I.A W Will do a general Civil and Criminal Office in Duncan Claims of Adopted Whites. Washington, T iiutciiin-, of Muskojfi.'tf, names but it is a fact that a muu ber of believe that of oil lies beneath us It is be lieved strong enough that three spend interior department Whines- I day to consult >eci-etar.v Hitch- Oil experts Ada is be--cock about the c.laims of the tween Beaumont and the north- .uiOptod whites in the Cherokee en. oil field.-and that it is evident nation aKniuat that nation. A that the soil tinder our town floating on alike of that three claims is whii-h made Rockefeller famous. now pending in the supreme May it make Ada famous, too. court, but trie controversy may suggested that the awnee, Ok., June (claimants bo permitted to pay nesday morning the police de- i fov allotment-' they have selec- partment received a telegran j ted, with the understanding that giving n description ot one Kd placed upon the Mensun, alias Ed Picrson, rolls. Secretary Hitchcock painter and paper haiicer, is took the suggestion under con- 1 COS KRAKH, I I TAILOR. F R E K M A N'S S T O R K of Embezzlement. OVKK 0 Hisrh My Motio Parties wishing the Services Registered Jersey Bull C'an rind at White s Dairv in Nortl. Ada, J get for the man with the hose. ft D. for a- <'ut' Cl'1' time friemis. K. t or i They were ai'coninanie.'i by Mi--- wanted in iVnison, Texas, on i charge of i Keiley passed him on ti'v stri.vt rei-ounii'.ii y the description U..VMI piaced him nn- i der He admitted i'u- w'nen .taken to the polici- station and sid'vation. Horse kills Expert Rider. (Jnthrie, Bud I'urr, a cowman. iiv.ng near was killed Thurs-1 J day by a bin -king orom-ho which i J he was to lie. J Z. E. CHARLTON. Oray and Transfer I Ui li. -iidiness to tetunt was a riding expert. Apply to Ada Ijiirv Swannor. wlm has been at- 74-tf tending In--titute at Mt 1 to a against iii'.r.. ti with to Confectionery tioods. Carlton of the News enjovod a good dinner at the home A. of Mr. an.l Mrs. Chr.s. Kay onicaun in ami iamily Thnrsdiiy eveninir from 14th stre.-t The News phone is No. You see Button Tripoli water tiltc-r -it the bicycle shop. 115 North I-roadway, and tliey are worth lookitiir alter. 74 GO TO r ITOBIN'S! Meat Market FOR LARD. 8 Ib bu'.'U-.-t Ib bueki'1 Ib br.cUi-t 50 Ib bucket We guarant'.-'1 aur to be as u- any j-or. R. S. TOBIN. v. Helio No, 2! Harris "Hotel Firlsboro. Okla and will make th.i> their futnie hoin.-. Mr. liairi-' hn-i accepted a position with the Ada Milling Co.. and wii; as- sume his duties Monday morn- iuii'. In buying property re an abstract of title' Know what kir.d of :t title you nn> get- 'tiny before you part with your 'motiey. There's but sufi.'j way and that is to have it ah- stracted. Correct abstraft> are 1 promptiv furnished liy Il Kbey. 71-tf Notice! dog tax i-- now due and the marshal has positive instruct- j ions to kill all dugs running at j largo without, tag. Call at my i oftice and procure ner'cessary tag land >ave your iioir. I. W'MTCII, 71 tit. Kei'order. I To the Public. After the publication of this notice 1 will have no connection with any business, contract.-, debts 'or obligations made by ,1. 1'j. i Winn, nor will 1 be responsible j for same to anv extent. 1 75-lit. B. Giles. Ada, I. T.. June, 'Presbyterian Church. Survices Suhiiay at II a, in., and p. in. The pastor will prcacti in thu morning. The ovoning hour will be occupied liy Childi-nn.-.'1 services The children of the Sunday school will present an interesting pro- gram and a short talk to the children will be made by the pas- tor. All are cordially invited to tfae.-e John A. Williams, (Pastor. Boring for i Sulphur. 1. T Bayless and 1 boring an a rlos jT'tic-y h.-ive air- j Tliey are very wells have I j a nati. re has also t-eep. smail quantitie-. "WOOD! i dv L'l X- O. B. DismuKes. R. Y. KING. Firs'. N.-itio i.ef of oil in proven to be in t'.iat vicinilv. 1, lr.it. in It is thought by exports that this surface oi'. comes from a-i'hait Do You Need I iiiu? vi'd cit.v propoi ty or to hMilti! U'. H. Bralev X l-ibey. tf v v "Things Worth Knowing' Au-t In, T'.jxa 1 'alias, Fort all located on tie- MISSOURI. KANSAS TEXAS RAILWAY, L'. S i'.ii- a rca.-on you sho'v.i s'.ip your fi-eight vi.i "The is Your Boy Hard on His Shoes? If In- is you' pill ii I f liu-i- Oil Ilil'l- is IM'Ill. liKlUlMH' l-.lll llll.s UI111- til it tllilll till' Itppl'lll-- JJIHM- oi' pi'it'i- h-ii'l (Ht to In1 i if v r. Tin' .V'l" is fuiiii htoi.ll. as hi-. Boys' aud Girls' of ill! styli's uiiil it'.-'- I'lirrit-il in l> tilKi' in I In- se- li'i-tiou of Uii'W -Tiuuls u-, tlivv ill'c Ml liji'e! eil t'i struiu. CHAPMAN, "THE SHOE MAN." WE DON'T WANT YOU TO MOVE FSOM As wo have spent lime. i.-i'l'orls to settle Ihn great soutiiwest, if .you not sati.-tied with location, perhaps we can you of some other goov'l place, not I'M r a if not. want to iro west, wo have some great bar- trains in tickets for example. 1 etvroen March first and May fifteenth, you can go to California for nnd low cost to Oregon. Ask Nickel Store ....NEWS.... Quality and the best for the lowest price. We are bujiog and selling only merchandise that will give satisfaction to our We have laid a foundation that is in- creasing our business by selling the right goods at the right time and at a satisfactory price. We meet all competition ia our line in quality and price, but we do not de- stroy other bus- iness. We prosper with Ada and help others to prosper and grow- We know that people know values and treat them ac- cordingly. Remember that our goods are all priced in plum at thei r Lowest Net Spot Cash Retail Values.. SPECIAL FAX Japanese folding fans lOc I' M A very nice assortment of um- brellas for ladle- or gen- tlemen, not the extra fancy at fancy prices, 'but .-c-rviceable and dependable, H AX 1> lv Ladies' or hand kerchie fs brou ght wav down and priced at 3c and PAPER NAPKIN'S-For picnics, tea parties, etc., 10c per hundred. SHELF ated and scalloped, in as- sorted lace 12 inches wide, 10 to a piece, only 5c G L ASS W A HE SPECIA L goblets per set, He.ivy ice tea or hotel goblets only set. Fine ti.in blown tumhler.- each 4-piece. table set? consist- ing of butter nnd sugar dishes, cream pitcher and (spoon holder -'-V.tc per set C, iveyeu pioserve Ic eac'.i Ji'iiy tnnil'kM1- 'J5c.- a dozen Hail's g.ass fruit jars, pints :s down. (Quarts 7-tc a do7.fr. Half gal '.'-Ic a dozen All coinpieto with rubbers. Kxtra fruit jat Bo .sv.rv Fancv China at r. Royal iV-rcelairi v.-'nite and -osse-.'i. line good-. Handled cues and r--, pi..-r sot jr pia'.e-. per set loc Come here for base half supplies a n d Ifishisi.-i' tackle. is kitchen Jay? scH every- thing in timvare, enameled etc. ha Nickel Store, S. M. Shaw. Prop Phone 77. ft'-; Jfct ov V- iNEWSPA'FERr .NEWSPAPER!
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