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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma WEATHER FORECAST. Indian Temtory: Tonight and Tuesday probably rain. Temperature. The big thermometet in front ot the olhVe registered today ax follows At 8 00 a. in At 3 p. m.. 'H> LOCAL NEWS j Subscribe tor the StefTen'j. etoani it Mason tf M. D MetiuM tian-uehng business, in See P. Iv. Miuth foi up to now photo woik 152-tf W K ot Mt Vernou, Texa-. i- in the ciU Ten cent- ttfi the News one ok Mr. and Mis.. H A. Kotsoh le turned from at noon Snowfltke bread at Steam Bakery. 78 6t Duke Stone returned from Louisville Saturday evening. He reports a srood time. Take home a loal of Snowtlake bread. Phone 149. 78 Ot Buck Marshall and wife from the Tyrola neighborhood were in town shopping today. Jack Mnef the tie and timber man lett Sunday for M. Louis on au irnpoi tion tour. C' D. Di ot Paris, came through Ads Bun- day en unite to Shawnee H 1' N igirins, ot Couway, a pleasant caller at the News office today Misae- Kawn and Annie Lee Smith made a Hying trip to Stonewall tun evening. The little mtaut of Mr. Hords' on 14th ptreet is improving after J. L. Burnngei, ot Ada, and Westhennei and Daube, of Ard- mote, -hipped to cats of cattle to St Lout" on Have a lew to say to you Here they are i 51 DO u> 1 o ID 1 00 Ma-on DiUij Co Mrs W C doruian, of Pale -i-tet ol C Hun- n s ice cream. t.liim? 1M for an ex- 5t> tt Ibs toi i laiu-tti t but- r> bjiis foi hilU su.ip t bai- iri bui s tot IVl II MHIJ1 lllll I tans pjoi-xi houunv i toi n tail- -tl hi- tus i iti- Omit- bluiny stai tobacco ppj Ib ir U RiLt- dt eonvillo pci Ib titoL-uvillo pet U i pluj l Touiu "-set" to-- Tie pniy i Hone-t Snuft ijl ji Heretoloie it ha" not been our policy to advertise, but we want the people to know our pi ice- Gin are guaranteed oi your money back tended them po-ttd -s. the young and Joe C.at not xvas in t, Mms jru, Wlfe Sunday. eveiuug tor tor a i-it to Meal estate not tgage blanks, at Mi mothei who retutns the otht e 32-tt with them Tlu1 new- will keep D up ttom Stonewall It xou to keep po-Wd rend I hf m'in' the News Konaw a today V Haiti- ot Konaua spent1 i ttima Minday in tlu ciU Mitt ot Danger- t into i i i j t i IN the truest o' Let h-other Ladies-olid-old Wlll ,Vtlx s me Sititdu it Spiaarue Hto- it i t K r, HI irk- nt to ALDRICH RINARD. Marriage License, Marriage license been sues to the following by A. H. Constant: N. N. Bramley, 29, Bebee; Mrs. Janie Overstreet, 27, Bebee. W. F 21; Minnie L. Jones', 15, both of Pranks E. C. Hyden, 21; Dona Holla- wav, 1s, both of Center. General Hughes, IS, Belle lUpei, 10, both of Bebee. C. L Kuck, Leon Petti- grew, both df Maxwell. Oscar bund. Isabella Ben- ton, both of lioft Clint Jones, 42, Linsey Brown, 15. both of Pranks (.jr. K. Catiumack, lit. Sulphur, (T Gates, Anadarko. O P Mot rih, 24, Sliawiiee Ad- dieStell, -20, Maud, O. T. Kmei> L Keith, Palmer, Floia Uuse. Ada Anderson, 25. Nellie Horn, 19, Allen Crockett Dugjjs, Kthel Koe, IT. both of Ada. The Ada Fair. Wishes to make a change under olaas. A numbeis 42 44 and 45. Instead ot limiting the age tor only towls as is fixed in the pure circulai, we have decided to idtnit of 1904 or TPn, is done because so many 'hive stated fo u- they hue older I hitUens enter and if limit- d the'ijfe to i lui kens they ould notentet U e ur> arlad to make this Msas Jones, or I'e'i.-on mo in from OkUl 01114 I in Mi'idiy and left ove K itv i tod vy fo1 Atoka M -s WANTS experienced licitors for city. Applv Gate City Mutual Benefit Association 121 South liroadw-.v 'Jt Four or five (till" or women at once Apply to Ada Steam Laundiy. 74-tf watch. Owner can have same by calling at office, proving property and paving for this adveitisement 6w-tf FOR acres bot- tom land, two nuli'H west of Ada. Apply to C S. Wilburn. five miles we-t of Ada What You Cannot Afford. rannnt nffard to do witliont Dr t Oarman m tho hocus if unj of jronr fanul) have a congnmpuva Madeac; or if catarrh1- or bronchial am frequent vis turn. Qarman Syrnp m a rncotrnizixl and reliu- bin romady for consumption ami finest thiog on earth for tha thruac and It will rhnckcotdd and 11 an mfaltihiaremedy forcroup Oarma'i will the chif dran hanlthy Trial bottle At Clark. CITY BARBER SHOP Hair Cut 95c SOc FIKS1 VSOBH V OOKSl V. South -i 11 i i (H 1 I Nickel Store M one wuo ha- spoken to AI'IOUN n ni tin-, they hno-t hu ken- j Will do T 'V people will hut- a' W and Quality and the best for the lowest price. We are buying and selling only merchandise that will satisfaction to our customers. We have laid a foundation that is in- creasing our business by Celling the right goods at the right time and at a satisfactory price. We meet all competition in our line in quality and pi ice, but we do not de- other people's 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 oui sood- are all priced in plain at thei1 Lowest Net Spot Cash Retail Values.. i Intete-ttng ma thuiKs i t ial' ime- a s w iio 'ui th nontti- hi- oei'n iti i i iiui', i as tc i i po- I on ion- a- 11 ttsclmtr s nes nil tn v a i 1 _r det i 'e Atisr 1th ind 7- It-w It s! i pillow at i) i -tot i oi tae pi. i o-e of in B jf i di cted at tho Cumbe -'und Milling D K K >h tio toy m in 10 ovtorian chut t h turned to I 1' tod jand ovemnjr Solid at I W I Etta letuineu to his. sprasrne H'o- i t homo n i to V U r n U'iM K I O1I1 Mil led fj tl to isKosjee v s tocjH% httlo Vn i Collins tat u l% l% nuiy ina w iii in bill t> 1 rr Sulplun, aie in town pi ur N6lv plea-mi tin e tu It iiit _'ieen ot -e-i- it tin- o't ce t -olui wood otdets _'i (.apt. Flai'sz c 11 C. H -it-oi o' I t wa- in the c i 'e moments- tin- nd MUM n duties i- sui i> u sioit t -ie t- l JUt-tlo' 111 l l vO it the to' I .i> i i W i- i at it e. i- llll> Jt oi ai i t >u sou itme- at M i n ttieui-eives in i i tn ier i it praeuo Hro- 7''ot L) pieced the he v ta mil Mos-i M .luil, ftns _ _ _. j 'ind Walt t! L tU-etve- '10 ,_ t'1 tl t i l 'l i in fi oui v d-- T th PUOIIC ti o tie dot mi a to >e n ,t to> tlu 'Ot-on IK c i i i jo i, a. i o t i 1 a P to s IM >n to toh t e until oi i o 1 i ot ,i a U1 u t lt> ,t, I ou o tui ir 11- oi A o n MPOI- o the >i ooi it on- i i 1 women it O-K e to Ada i n.onf.ieiuo i w 1 74 tt m nnd deuued to meet Juuo _" foi Mrs T M Us o-i c t i i _ i n'i-tor. u tL" i! !OOK i'e- ii in i i i-i m in J M 15 IP t it iti-t IOL a nil oo-t t c ot' o-, ted in onn L ft t lotto'i t oo ,pd n phono No 1- _7-tt ctii- 10 u i_ i i ji f 1> DO I-M. i Oi IvonoNs i i' 10 t ie in this mot n fr n i ti ip to K in- n i 1 lllU (1 n R. t. 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l( )l C- i i _r ta v i i i- >o-i' i u i noi i_ i'i i i i o -1 i V I i O it i I li o i tn i i-f t .r _ (os 51.OO to DRUG CO. let Z E CHARLTON O'ay j-H t -3 U i i SPFXJIAL Japanese folding tan- lOc I A nice assortment of uin- htelli- for jnaie- or gen- tU ,1 i n, n >t the extra fuav at fancy pri os bat -eiuceable a.ui depend ib'e. -5''o. oo anj II A N K 1 handKe'chiei- brought was dowr ind prued at 5c ind i'Al'KR NAPlvINb-For pieiiics. tei parties, etc, li i poi 1 undred SHEU 1'APKU- IVrfor and fcai'oped, ifta-- sorted 'ai. e pattein-, 12 in lies 10 vird- to a piece, oiiij i Hi i tija o otei i tiler- lOlll t u i ittcn on ih'-'' ui t hold u atoi III. i i it it f c i _r i i -i i i i i pi i-.l iti i 'it U> nd 1 ot t i ti' II" Notth an 1 Jtewotth looKiiij: "irtoi 7tit. rf i i tU M L. in 1 rotut ned fto l -on il'i on the Mtteoi can si e th ttoti hid r it tl b i i le ho Nt rs s Mr, t'i IT o M M M >a da yrit. i Mt T K'oou n n tin m t iti my fro n i two i roiat vos tt t i i ot o i- n i 1 o 9 O. B. DisintaK.es. J Confectioner) tioods. W.' H KiLPATfliCX. S BtO II i I I t u v GO TO r. TOBIN'S i Meat Market FOR voLk'LARD. A lino younjr ui in i- -t at .igetit Ot ih i-d houio if "-i et i, pf t-xi> tin .1 -ub-i i p 1JT' thi i u I ti Ib buil t I) Ih hue Kot 10 Ib bit( iu> oU Ib hue ko We guaiiinti'f GUI laid to be as good ei R. S. TOBIN. Hello No, 21 Harris flotol Bloc If IFWSP4PER i nt t on u '1 da ne-S I U in Lislo tho M -so- Hum- and lo md nl Me-srM Chapmui, ui-U M Iki i il1 Nottle-ln-i i ml The topott a pica-ant t. 'l t t1 sit o in ti in I ''nt u- i i as t 'iO 4 o' till' i. iti Haiti MI 1P i i oi i ill a ,o MI t since I ridav if don t be- il( lievo it. i ist look that 'fioin e.it to oir sinjie that uiorns tl o tut pap i's f u o A-se-smont No i- die 'UK' ni-t be p ud bv J'lno J-Jnd Tin- is, the list aH-o-sment will miko i- wo ha o ahuuloiod tin pi in 't o it tiiji-- be payable tho IsLoieun month lit tilt1 'MtO oi Ol t ir lot I 1 e t.Ji the 11 Iv A I Sec. O'lio Mo-sn ui I ndoi- takoi Co T21 I'nono 1 77-Jt' 1 lulc dtifint? in from Byidsj MillSundUv Di tiuown trom las vehickle and sustained -evere in tunes about tho body He was lot a time because of the shotk but t- 10- ported better and well today In buying property always re- quire au abstract of title' Know what kind of a title you are get ting before you part with "your money. There's but one safe waj and that w to have it ab- stracted Correct are promptly furnished by W. rl Ebey. 7l-tf 'Things Worth i. i 1 -x i t i f t in 1 t VI I O v Is I O HO 1 i is ha A itonio T i-, tii ri.u.i, i r .s M'Ui u'd t> i i v SSE I, Ah! A L'LI'N 1 ION to out shoos foi chililien i win! i i mot iit'i mil f iu u too 1 i K now t h i' lu u i- t !n> i to t SIR Es I'UA I PAI Tl i a c ina e -i1 i i -H oi1 r i Fancy China it y o a oa h .-on I 'v int "i i o It itui'od cups -vi i si 1.01 ,10 SO! TKI I) nno' pi.it- pet1 -el Come here for base ball supplies and fishinu Hou j> kitchen to e ever> thini> in enameled etc. WE DON'T WANT YOU TO MOVE A-, we have spent tun UKI our i1 '.IMS to -ettlo the juvit s-outn west, aad if von ate nob with yout locution, porhap- we can tell of MOOIO other coo.1 irp, not tar away, if not, :ir-d you want go west, we sonic great bai- ri tickets tor example, between X-CU and May tifleenth, you can to California for 00, and sl.v cost to Oregon, Wa-bingtoa.etc. r- McNAIR, Frisco System. Nickel Store. S. M. Shaw. Prop Phone 77. of L'Jst Otti. -w SPA PI-:
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