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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                WEATHER FORECAST. Indian Territory: Tonight cloudy. Thursday prob- ably fair. Temperature. The big thermometer in trout of the News office registered today as follows: At a. m At 3 p. m..............................HI LOCAL NEWS Subscribe for the Daily News, Frank Fox, merchant from Oaknian was in town today. Steffen's cream at 56- tf Jeff Howeth of Konowa spent Tuesday in Ada. Ten cent.- pays for the News one wt-ek. Bub Harrison, of Stonewall, came in from Dalian Tuesday For x u. Embroidered hand- kerchief call at News office. 70- It Mrs. N. K Ureckenridge and Mrs. Fannie Clo.vd returned from Louisville Tuesday evening. See P. K. Smith for up-to-now photo work. 152-tf Joe Biles son Hugh re turned today from a several day's stay at Ardmore and Madid. That shoe sale at I. Harris' will open your eyes SO-f't-wlt Lucile Whitlow of Stone- wall is the jjuest of Mrs. J. E Clark on l.Hh. street. J. 1', Trice is transacting busi- ness in Ardmore today. He re- newed his faith to the News a worth while here this a m. Real estate mortgage blunks at the News ottice. o'2-tf On account of exeo.-sire the Frisco train service ha- been poor the hist days It' you want to keep po-ted read the News. W. H. Cane, the furniture mtin of Alstyne. Texas in the city today. Ladies -olid gold watch at Sprague Bros. Mrs. E. D Carlisle of Hunts- ville Ala. is the of her sis- ter Mrs. JoCiii. She met at HoldenvilU' by Mrs. Snowflake bread at Steam Bakery. .W-6t Jno. Crawford is ia Stonewall today. We serve Steffen's ice cream. Mason Drujr Co. 56-tf j. F. Mclveel is attending to legal business in Ourant. Bill Pinch, of Ardmore, was in the city today. Solid gold watches at Sprague Bros, 76-Ot H. T. George, of Greenville, Texas, is town. Take home a loaf of Snowflake bread. Phone 149. 78 Prof. K. Mathews, of Koff, was in town today. Couie to us for picnic lunches. 80-tf Jones Meaders. Phil Rogers is in Stonewall to- day. Ladies gold watches lld.OO at Sprague Bros. 76-6t Boss Woodard returned from Konawa Tuesday. L. black and tan viei oxfords stamped, for I. Harris. S0-9t-wlt Agnes Doggett.of Wilmer, Texas, is the guest of Mrs. A. L. Mason. Dr. O, M. Bisant. dentist, loca- ted in Conn-Little building, phone No. 185. 27S-tf Wilson Elliott, of Baltimore, is in town selling gents furnishing goods today. A real estate mortgage, if written on the blanks we sell, will hold water. The News. 32-tf Many farmers were in town to- day aud all report crop conditions splendid. Judge U. Currie i.- attend- ing to loyal business in Ardmore today. Everybody like-- our .-pot cash policy. Better try it Menders, Have a few words to say to you. Here they are: Sugar, if, Its for........... Clairctte -soap, :i bars..... 10 a 5 bars for i.oo Silk soap, 8 bars............... 10 :ir> bars for.................. 1.00 Fern soap 9 burs 35 3 cans good hominy....... 35 ;i cans good corn.......... 25 ;i cans string1 beans......... rjr> euuh Pime milk S5 :s boxes bluing1 10 packages fixcello.......... 35 Star tobacco per Ib.......... 45 E. Bice Greenville per H> xr> Nashville Greenville per Ib :i5 BlacU Bear per plug............ ir> Tennessee Cross Tie, plug 15 Honest Snuff, per glass.... 20 Heretofore it has not been our policy to advertise, but we want the people to know our prices. Our goods are guaranteed or your money back. ALDRICH RINARD. La Kue. a sifter to Mrs. K. [-lendrix is the of another >ister in to- day. You can see tln> button Tripoli wsitor filter at tu.- bicycle 11 -r> North liroadway, ar.-i they are wi-rth i aftoi1. 74-''l The north bound on the Frisco i-roke down near Fit.'.- Juiyh tiulay, 'uid wa- sev- eral hours. If you youvl .-olu'  Ketul Johii-on, who v.'ere I'haryed witii keeping unclean premises on 1-th .-treet, were ac- quitted before Mnvor Duncan to- day. The News oflice has for .--ale real estate mortgage, blank-1 that will stand the test. GO TO r. J TOBIN'S i I Meat Market I FOR YOUR LARD. i 3 Ib bucket .HO y Ib bucket .50 10 Ib bucket 1.00 50 Ib bucket 4.75 We guarantee our lard to be as any pack- er. R. S. TOBIN. Hello No, 21 Harris Hotol Block. J Attorney A M. Croxton went to Dnlln.- for a !'ew days stay on the noon Katy. Now is your opportunity to got high C-IHS- .-hoe.- at bargains. I. Harris. W. ,1. Long. of Antonia, is in town today -ellinir ci- wars- Miss Claudie Ha in by will leave tliis p. m. fur ti visit to her homo near Fiuhugh. K. L. liincr. a lightning rod man. of LOIR" i row, was in town tod :iy Mrs. H. (i. Shaw, of Varyptbi, returned to her home today after th'.'fe weeks with her daughter Mrs. Kd Wi'soii. l.'iapp, Walk- over and >hui'.- ;it L.' rr.j.r ivdi'.i-ed priei's at 1. 1( 11. Martin and Mis- Min i Johns. m, of Wetiiniku ri.nl at the Ada l-.otel by K. 1 Koiund today. The railroad soliciting voiumit- tee report that they are pleased with to the iionu- this week. Mrs. K. A. ar.d little daughter left this morning i'or ;i few visit to relatives in Sherman and Oenison. Little Thelma Mooae.v returned' to Stonewall at noon. She rva.- aceotupanied by her grandfather. Mr. Sprouce A called meeting of the Wood- man Circle will he held at the hall Thursday afternoon at3 o'clock. All members urged to be present. My bread is now handled by R. M. Tobin, Jones Meaders and J. W. Outfall, at P. O. Plain or Snow Fluke bread. Steam Bakery. .7. W. Davenport, of Oak- man, returned from a visit to Greenville and Celeste, Texas, last Monday, lie was in town today and ordered the News went to A. G. Titus and ,1. P. Tipitt, at Celeste. Wo failed to .mention that Mrs. VV. J. Reed and two little dough- tern have returned from a visit to Mrs. Reed's daughter, Mrs. Ada Marnier, at Minden, Louisiana. Lost strayed or stolen One negro boy, Was last seen rolling down a flight of stairs perfumed with high life. Reward; return to Dr. Browall. Cleve Harris who has been at- tending college at W hitewright, Texas, since yesterday, returned home today. Kotsch says "that's learning some fast.'' Stonewall will celebrate Satur- day by holding a mammoth pic- nic. Stonewall never does things by halves and it is safe to say that a large crowd will be ia at- tendance, Daniel Harrison was up from Stonewall today. J. C. Little, of RotT, WHS tran- sacting business- in Ada today. He reports his town as doing nicely. Tom Lancaster was in from his home southwest of town today. He reports lots of ruin and good crops except damaged o.'its he- of rain.-. IT. P. Carney stopped in St. Louis en route front the reunion and is purchasing .-ome tint' driv- for hi.- iivery ,1. M. Dos- returned from Li uisviUe today. He purchased three thoroughbred colt- while liu-re, which are enroute now in charge of Pies Doss. The many friends of Miss lioree successfully and i p'.ost satisfactorily taught in the I Ad.i schools two year-, will be ghul to hoar that she _ia> bet.'ii I employed in a thittering position i in the t.iroenvi'.it.'. Texas, schools 1 for tin1 ensuing year. Summoned Before Grand Jury. i 1. T., .1 iinr :M (iov. Johnsiin and prominent trib.'i, of- tiriai- litive been -ummoned to ap- i I'.i-ar before the grand .jury, and i sen-at iniia' developments Mro peeled. Only recently I'ni'cd Indi-n I :i.-jiyctor J enkins, '.r.ude a sptM-ial in (.'hiL-liiis.r.v To the Public. the of this will n.-ivt? r.. t afford u> do withont Dr. Gtvmnn Synip in if Any of your fHtiiit} hava n oi'Ms'.imptiTt, if CHtarrh.s or lironrhiHl utTwtiorn MIM vU Gurm.m .Syrup n and r.MiieJj coEiaDiiituui atui ihinj rttirth fcr tl iirttinplb clus-W Ouri ,Vt Drmj thrnHt. atui It will l> an it ia an itit'M lilts i will thnrliil. i'. Mu- '.a R. F. KING, I'llvsie'iAN si Oftices. Rooms 1 and '2, over First National Block. KODAK have a full line of the Kast- man K't.'daU-. rangir.ur prices i to Sec I's. CLARK DRUG- CO. 10J Mail: Ada. hid. Ter. WANTS lively boy to attend to three horses and office. Apply to Drs. Browall Faust 80 2t LOST. bunch of keys to K. P. hall, iron rod attached. Re- ward. L. M. Doss. 80-2t Main street, watch fob, buckle with charm. Three links engraved on charm. Finder please leave at this ottice and get reward. 80-2t ex perienced so- for city. Apply Gate City Mutual Benefit Association. 121 South Broadway. 78-2t FOR acres bot- tom land, two tin lew west of Ada. Apply to C. S. Wilburn, five miles west of Ada. 39-tf CITY BARBER SHOP Cot 35e FIRST CLASS WORK OUARANTEKD D. A. DORSKY, PliOP. South Side Mnin Sirwt. Ada. I. T. HENRY M. FURMAN, Will do a general Civil and Criminal Practice. Office in Duncan Building. TAILOR. OVKH F R E K M A N STORK. Hijth My Motto Workmanship W Parties v.-ishing the Services 8 Registered 5 Jersey Bull Cnn tind same at White's Dnirv in Xortli Ada. Z. E. CHARLTON. Dray and Transfer '1 -.Hi Ui o.it" i Motice! tax is now tiue and the uiar.-hai instruct ions to kill all dog- running at largu without Call at my office and procure neccessary tag and >ave your J. I. Warren. 74 Ot Uet'order. Do You Need Money? time ioaiis made on land or city properly or to bti.M. 11. Kbe.v, at, oth'cpof Hralrv A Kbev. 7t-tf SI10IOS ANO l-'ANCY I.A aro vory populur tliih sfasoii for int-n and woinen. Cur si'lcotion of -styles inuliulo ;i (jrenerous qitantity of tlu-se -SHORN AND LACK.S. UutttT come in and see how becoiuing1 and corufortable thoy are. There's a nattine.ss about them which vou will tind irresistible. There's also a cutting1 in prices which make vou want a pair. CHAPMAN, "THE SHOE "WOOD G. B. DismxiKes. h M'.. Confectionery Goods. L'onu1 :iiul so.1 inc. W. H, KILPATRIGK. "Things Worth Knowing' Au-tin, Texa- Dalhiji, Texas Fort Galve-ton. (iuthrie. O. T. Houston, Texas Muskoyec, I. T. Waco, Texa> San Antonio, Texas Shawnee, O. T. South Mr A! ester, 1. T, Tulsa, I. T. OUlahoina Citv. O. T. The Largest Cities in TEXAS, OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN TERRITORY Arn all located on the MISSOURI, KANSAS TEXAS RAILWAY. P. S. Tliis a reason why you .should travel and ship your freight via "The Katy." Nickel Store ....NE.WS Quality and the heat for the lowest price. We are buying and selling only merchandise that will give satisfaction to our customers. We have laid a foundation that it in- creasing oar business by selling the right goods at the right time and at a satisfactory price. WeH 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 goods are all priced in plain figures at their Lowest Net Spot Cash Retail Values.. SPECIAL FAN Japanese folding fans lOc I'MBRELLAS very nice assortment of um- for Indies or gen- tlemen, not the extra fancy kinds at fancy prices, but serviceable and dependable, Si .00 and H A N D Ladies' or gentlemen's handkerchief." brought way down and priced at 5c and U'c PAPER picnics, tea parties, etc., luc per hundred. SII ELF PAP Perfor- ated and scalloped, in as- sorted 'ace patterns, 12 inches wide, 10 yards to a piece, only iic 0 L A W A K E SPKCIAL -Table goblets per set, Heavy ice tea or hotel gonlet- only li'.'c set. Fine thin blown tumblers each 4-piecc talile .-et3 consist- ing of utter and disiio.-. cream pitcher and spoon holder oik: per set Covered preserve stands iMc cac'i Jelly tumbler.- liall's glass fruit jars, in pints adoxen. Quart? 7-lc a dozen Half gal '-'4e a dozen All complete with rubbers Kxtra fruit jar rubbers 5c a dozen He sure and see our Fancy China at greatly reduced prices. Johnson's Royal Porcelain white and embossed, tine good-. Handled cups aud saucer.-, per set5Cc. Dinner plates, per set 45c Come here for base ball supplies and fishing tackle. How is your kitchen to- day? We sell every- thing; in tinware, enameleJ ware, etc. WE DON'T WANT YOU TO MOVE FROM HERETO THERE. As we have spent time and money m our efforts to settle the great southwest, and if you are not satisfied with your location, perhaps we can tel) you of some other good place, not faraway; if not, and you want to go west, we have some great bar- gains in example, between March tirst and May fifteenth, you can to California for and core-spond- iugly low coat to Oregon, Washington, etc. I. McNAIR, Agent, Frisco System. Nickel Store. S. M. Shaw, Prop Phone 77. Broadway. 3 doors North of Post Office. I IN EW SPA PERI -t- i WSPAFESI   

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