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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                WEATHER FORECAST. Indian Territory: Tonight showers. Wednesday prob- ably fair. Temperature. The bij; thermometer in front of the oiEt-e registered today follows: At a. m S4 At 3 p. m................ W LOCAL NEWS x x1 Subscribe for the Daily News. Steft'en's orenm at Mason's. Fov Kin broidc red tf hand- kerchiof, call at Newn office. 70- It See P. K. Smith for up-to-now photo work. 152-tf Read W. A Alexander, ad in to issue Ten cent- pays for the News one wtek. Mis.- Claudio Ham by returned from Hickory this a. m. SteflVn's ice cream. Mason Drug Co. 5ti tf Joe H. Sinuison, tie type man, ot Shawnee, is in town to- day. Real estate mortgage blanks at the News ottice. 82-tf A. A. Smith went to Herbert J. T. today on a coal prospecting tonr. If you want to keep po-ted read the News. J. 1'. and little daughter Minnie, returned to their home in Owl todsy. Ladie> -olid trold watch >10 00 at Spragrue Uros.. K bread at Steam 78 6t Snowflake Bakery. Judge Doss cauie in from the Louisville reunion this evening. Take home a loaf of Snow flake bread. Phone 149. Judge Winu and son came in from the today. D. P. is up from Stonewall on business. .1. M. Biles and son Hugh visiting in Madill and Ardiuore. Dr. O, M. Biiant, dentist, loca- ted in Conn-Little buUdiug, phone No. 1S3. 378-tf Mrs. W. N. Craven ancl mother, of Stonewall, visiting in the city. Mi9. M. J. Henley after an ex- tended visit to her son G. M. Henley, returned to her home in Paris Monday. Miss Annie Crapiii leturned today from Sacred Heart, where she has been Httendioy college. She accompanied by her mother. Dick Williams formerly of Ardmore, has purchased the Lewis barber shop on Main -treet and will move the shop two doors we.st. I'. CT. Lanluim, from near (.'enter, was in Ada today. He says plenty of rain fell there and reports crops in splendid condi- tion onto especially. Cleve Harris left today for Whitewright. Texas, where he will enter Gray son College. He was accompanied by his brother, Idu-, who return in a few days. Cluis. D. Ebby, a milroad con ti ui tor of Tul-a, i- in town. He made u- glad bv uivinir a hun- dred dollait- to the C. V. X railroad bonu-. Have a few words to .say to you. Here they are: i 4K1 nil l-ilbs lor CluirelU1 .soap, .i bars 10 tin i- for I-W M1U soup, .1 burs 10 bur- for Fern soup V burs 3 cans good hominy eaiih ffooct coru string tH'tms. '.V. ,i eiui- Dime milk ,t bo.xes bluing 10 Sttir tolmeOo per Ib 45 ki Bice tJreenvtlle per Ib T> Nushvillo UreeuvilJe per ,ir> HlacU Iteur per plug Tennessee Cross Tie, plujf Snuff, per frlass 30 Heretofore it has uot been our policy to advertise, but we want the people to know our prices. Our goods are guaranteed or your money back. ALDRICH RINARD. Jones-and Mead.ns the outer- Dr. Hrow.'M nad a lively chuse trroi-or-. e a brand -ind v. itli Mr tme new dehu'r.v wairon. Solid ir iro'd at Bro-, 7" nt Judye Furmau p'.ioned as fiom that a trood rain tell there Monday La die- moid 6l''ilO at Bros. 7t> tit Ft i-eo people have in-tailed i the Method st protracted meet- horse that became friubt eueddiiium the storm Monday No danumt done. T from lu-ar C'en- tei, i-in n ttxKiy He had the junior N'eu piomi-.e to come out before yohow les; chicken -e.ison 1'iie biy tent to be iturmy; a telephone at Ist-r. No 17o. Utuir them up and say much -I A real nioituMye. MAN AND SON DROWNED. Ed Henson and Son, of Roft, hounc Dead this Morning. Hud GreyX wa- in Kofi tbi mommy and teport- the death o: Kd Her.son and hi- 10 year ok son. The letu rninj, f then- farm near Kofi -o t: after the r.im about 7 p. m. am not th.it tl.P creek Blue be ln teani into the lair.uj; stream aiu the t.itnei- and -on nevi'i seen e Thi- moi the body oi Mr lien-oil found HO'1 yards bi- low tho w rapped in or. land, an tin- bm we- found in -ballot anoiit !i ou.uter o! a mih below hi- dead father. '1 wa- hold I ho New- _-tf The Aid of the Presh.ytcri-ii; h irui u.eet at Natur.i) You can .see tin water ut tin 115 Xoitli lie wortl N'okintr uitt -it C that no piri a in ev 11 I f yoi. it tlr- u''r II .1 lan ie I fid e -'1 you Pi: it ,ui they Tl 'it tbat tb uti tram will be ererted on the corner 'of >tieet ami Ton n oi we sond avenue as -0011 a- it ami i utauuled in At pre-ent ice- are be my; fence I eonducted twue eaeh day at the i i '.iiiu at 1" o a. i; i '0 p n I In i ropeii.i always nun-'1 of title' K ot i titie siie tret jtuii: hut'o'.'f yoa pit: youi i   w Onrmiin S> rap in tlm Imnsn if im> of ffi'i.lj a rnimumpUYo trtmirtnrj, or it catarrh-, or hninrhial urn j'wtt VH Cleriimti n n nriliolm. bio !ur .ritltlio Ihm-t ilrna u'i oiirUi'tur tliu t'ini.'U 1mm-. It will nronipl I v rjjifi rolil." an infn .liMf 11 1> for fninij Gorman tin1 "Irisil i H lint, 1 7'  De.id. A Koj.a'Aa. it 1 1 who i i il.-Hi at Korn's i li ojui.iy c i o! I eai t t Mr tmlh'.v took tho tiair, 110 ,a-t thn i (.a-- 10 I i I'll 'T, Id, 1 S i "s'lMl [i I tii1 (i 111 I i nil I t O t I i' I (i'clo >KS the 1 i MV lid tl e eo-iip in t lie stu vl.ile 'ie 'I I P> .is M nd i_-et INotu town, wi- in A ter ID >Uini-r a1 tei iH.V. The .Nov. real o.xtatp svill stand tbo s estate Mon- for tte blank- that I TOBIN'S I Meat Market FOR YOUR LARD. 3 Ib bucket 5 Ib bucket 10 Ib bucket 50 Ib bucket 1.00 4.75 We guarantee om. to be :jst yood as any piick- er. R. S. TOBIN. A H Hello No, 2! Harris Hotoi Block. mil s1 letun'M U> uoon a co'-psi- '1 IP' ic; anus uill bi- inters t'd at AH-i. J. (1 about 17 c ir.-, ot ,IL: To the Public. After the of this notice 1 will line no i onnection with any busnip-- conti-ict-. debti or obligation', inadi- bv J. K. Winn, nor will I hc> responsible for Bailie to any extent. (it P> (iilc.s. Ada, I. T.. .rune. Kith. liiQj. Lightning Becomes Careless. Monday evening at six o'clock struck the re-idcnccsof Jack Sfct-iel on Seventeenth strfet and of J. B. Kebinau on Fifteenth street. Mrs. Uraven and mother were stopping at tbe former place when the stroke came and they and Mrs. Strief uere -evercly shocked, heinn" knocked from their' At the latter place Mrs. Keb- nian and her mother were out in the yaid when the house was and neither wore injured. Little damage is reported at either place. Memorial for Snyder Victims. Lawton, Okla., June Me- morial services in honor of the dead whose lives were taken by the cyclone of May 10 were held at Snyder Sunday. Services in the forenoon were conducted by Rev. K. M. Lunn. At J! in the afternoon the graves of the were decorated at the cemetery, All the churches and secret so- cieties of the town participated in the ceremonies. X HI 1 ,1 i hilt' i' I I !ii Hi, if- ll.l- i I t I'M iR t ,on t" n al (1 iu> ruinimu: .it I'uu 'lhu.it t i_r my O'.l.lv' ,'1, I Ill ClV.ss.iry tfllT md .1 I ren Kerordei 71 (it Do You Need I tuue loans mude mi land of iiupi fitv or to build. W. H, 1 tf NK'KI.Y l-'ITTINi, slim K ftii clllllllt'll CMII ii.ul lu-'-i- c i .11-1 v in stutiv ;i sci.v coin- I'tf Imr of L liiliti-i-n's of dirtVi- cul los, and p.i'terns, an-1 1-1111 yotiiis ID pi KM- and vaiiely. Nit-e .-Inn'- nialvc u (inc> uiico, (ind vein I'tM-talnl.v waul your children to IOUK neul ami atlracti vc. COIIIL-anil iiKike ynur .solci'tinn fil'U .s'l'UUK is up td daU> in I'vi-ry piirticn lai and we have built up a ti-putiitlon for ins a fitif line of clulilreu's shoes. t> strive Irnd to please all our custoinoi CHAPMAN, "THE SHOE MAW." WANTS experienced so- licitors for city. Apply Gate City Mutual Benefit Association 121 South Broadway. 78-2t hustling young man to -ell Whitf ma- chines. Apply to W. C. Rollow. wlO-3t FOR acres bot- tom land, two miles west of Ada. Apply to C. 8- Wilborn, five miles west of Ada. Suspected Murder. Muskogee, I. T., Jane body of Marvin Dixon waa found near Wauhillan hanging by one foot from some willow bushes, his flesh partially eaten by buz zards. He went fishing about two weeks ago with a lad named Halcomb and had notr been seen It is suspected that Dixou was murdered. CITY BARBER SHOP Hair Cut lOc FIRST CLAS8 (MJARANTEKD D. A.. UORSKV, PKOP. South SUle ftlai'i Dorsal Aiia, I. T R. F. KING, I'll Mi 1 A SI u( v 1 and 2.o-.L-r Nationa1 Uank KODAK HENRY M. PURMAX, ATTORN KY-AT-r.AW Will do a general Civil and Criminal Practice. Office in Duncan Building. TAILOR. KH F K E K M A N s TO II K. tiijlh My MotU I1 e a 1 biH- o! tbo Knst- U'u.la! u in prices to Sec Is. CLARK DRUG CO.; 10.- M.r L. 1, (I. I'artic- M ish.r.ji >er Registered Jersey Bull Can tind Dairy ir Noit Ada. Z. E. CHARLTON. Oray and Transfer a II n c u. 1) n L I I s 1 nil li I' ir I....... 1 n i, il, WOOD! i o ti ,ii p.r e A I li! s S Confectionery Goods. W. H, KILPATRiGK. O. B. DismviKes. J "Things Worth Knowing' Au-tiu, Texa- Dallas, Texas Fort Worlh. Texas Gah O. T llou-ton, Texas oiree, I. T. Waco, Tcxa- San Antonio. Shawnee, O. T. Jnouth McAlester. I T. Tulsa, T. T. Oklshoma City. T. Ti.c? Citio- in TEXAS, OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN TERRITORY all located on the MISSOURI. KANSAS TEXAS RAILWAY. I'. S a rea-on why you should and ship your ffeigbt via "The K-Uy." Nickel Store WE DON'T WANT YOU TO MOVE FROM HERE THERE. As we have spent time and in our eflorts to -ettle the tftcat southwest, and if yon are not satisfied with your location, perhaps we can tol) you of some other pood place, not far away: if not. and you want tt> go we.st, we some srreat bar- gains in tickets- for example, between March Hr-t and May (fifteenth, you can go to California for and cores-pond- iusly lowcosttoOreiron, I. McNAIK, Aflrera, Frisco System. Quality and the best for the lowest price. We are buying and selling only merchandise that will give satisfaction to our customers. We have laid a foundation that in in- creasing oar business by nelling the right goods at the right time and at a satisfactory price. We meet all competition in our line in quality and price, but we do not de- stroy 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 our are all priced in plain tignres at thei r Lowest Net Spot Cash Retail Values.. SPECIAL FAN Japanese folding fan.- lOc I' M BRELLAS A very nice assortment of um- brella- for Indie- or gen- tlemen. ii1't the extra fancy kinds at fancy prp es. but -crviceable and dependable, no and Sl.oS It A X Ladies' or gentlemen handkerchief- brought was down and priced at "c and K c PAI'KLt NAPKINS-For picnics, tea etc., r hundred. ated ai.d scaiioped, in a-- sorted 'aee pattern-, 12 ir.i he-, wide. 10 yard- to a piece, oni.v .Je Liohlet- per set, I He.-n; ii tea or hotel t- or.lv -et. t 111 t -eta c-'in-i-t- itii: of i ultr- ai.vl -ufrur i! ci'i-a.. pit.'her and elly v -5e rt Ua'.-'s sj'.a-o fru'.t jsirs, in ,t Tic a Half a All complete witli rubbers E.xtivi fruit i'U rubbers T-e a do.'en f'H'e and -ee our Fancy China at gre.uiv reduced prices. Joliii-or.'- Ixo.val Porcelain white :in.l tine go.vl-. Handled cups and saucer-, per setoCe. set 43c Come here for base ball supplies and fishing tackle. How is your kitchen to- day? We sell every- thing in tinware, enameled are, etc. Nickel Store. S. M. Shaw, Prop Phone 77. 13 road '-vnp. o door- North of Post OJk-> INEWSPAFEIl   

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