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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                WEATHER FORECAST. Indian Territory: Tonight and Friday fair. Temperature. The big thermometei in front of the office registered today as follows. At 8 00 a. m 81 At 3 p. iu.. 82 1 LOCAL NEWsl Subscribe for the Daily Nick Herd, of Stonewall, was in Ada 'odav. Snow Hake Bakery bread at Steam bt Miss Lula Mae Currie is out again after a few days sickness Stellen's cream nt MasonX 5ti-tf Dick Couch was in from wa today. pays for the News Ten cent" one week. Geo. Harri-on was in Wednesday night See P. K. Smith foi up to now photo wot k. 152-tf L. C nttendmir to legal bu-tness> in Manill today That shoe nt I. Harris" will open your eyes S0 E. Townsend, of was m town trading today Real estate mortgage blanks at the othc-e 32-tf Jim Shirley is sinking hands with triend- in the It to po-ted read the News Geo Mctvnight of Arduune, is in the tod We serve Steffen's ice cream. Mason Drug Co. 56-tf Mrs. J. T. Freeman, of Okla- homa City, is the guest of Mrs. S. E. Chapman. J. E. Wmn is building a neat residence for Crocket Daggs ih e miles in the country- Solid gold watches at Sprague liros, 70-6t Judge Henry Furman c'lme in today from a legal tour on the Santa Fe. Take home ti loaf of Snowttake Phone 149. 6t J. H. Mftthewf. a nephew of Judge Furman came m from Ardmorc today Couae to us for picnic lunches. bO-ti Meader-. W Martin spent Wednes- day night in the city. He went to Mad ill today. Ladies gold watches at Spragne Bros 76 6t You are invited to visit A. J. Beaton's marble yard on 13th street The largest stock ever in the town SI 3t W (T. Chancillor. of Ardmore, with the Pmme medicine Co., was in town Wednesday. Di. O, M Bicant, dentist, loca- ted in Conn Little building, phone No W E Brown, superintendent of the Ad i i-ion ot the M. K. i T stopped m Ada edresdii night Everybody like- oui -pot cish policy Better trv it S0 tf Jones Meiidetf. C 13. Houston and diughtei Mis- Ethel, who been ing Wilt Smith near Ada, left toin.t foi Kc-toi I My biead i- now handled K robin. Jones Meadcrs and_J W. Dutlall, at P O Plain or Fluke bre id. i lt Bakeiy h (.1 I' ic MP in fioin Have u few to to you Here they are Hupar Coi Clairetto soap, 10 r> haib toi l 0" SilK soap, t bai r> bats foi I IVin soap bats 1 cans good Uoiiuuy Jr> tans lorn l cans be.uia !r> l iaiis Duno mi l bluing U) i pacUajjes Extollo stai tolni'co pet Ib E Rice In eenvill on H> Nashvil o tiieouv pel Ib Hlaok Bear per plug- I Tennessee Cioss Tie plug1 lr> Honest Snuff per glass JO Heretofore it has not been our policy to advertise, but we want the people to know our puces Our arc pruaiantpfd or your money back. ALDRiCil RINARD. For What it is Noted. At an Oklohorna banquet the? other night Judge Clayton re- sponded to the toast "The Indian Territory Judiciary." "Mis souri, as you he said, "is noted for its niules, foi its corn, Oklahoma for its wheat and the Indian Territory for Before he could speak the word someone in the back part of the loom veiled "Peruna." Judge Clayton said'that was not what he was going to say but that he would let it go at that WANTS Muskogee P. M. Has Salary Raised Ashiugtou, D. C., June 22 The following in tnasters' salaries were announced today to 'Mu-skoiree, to j.00; Koff, 100 to and Sali saw, to ville, to Wagonei, to Postmasters e n, District 11, Frank Johnson; Kings- ton, District 2ii, E F. Lewis. What You Cannot Afford. on cmuunt afford to do without Dr Hotclior t Qerimn Syrnpm tlwhonm tfan> ofyonr hava i tendency or tf catarrhs or brouchwl are frmtnant tori. Gtormnn S> rut> in a reciwrnireti and ralia bla rained) torconaniuptiou andtlKt Snoot thina m earth for the throat and It will promptly clini-k colds and la an infallible rmniNl} 1 >r clMiiii Gorman Sjrnp will Lime. In I liealth> Trial Iwttle .J Big 7ic INorris-Spdrks Cue ol the most -oleum and witnessed was that of Philip No iis to Jo-eplunei >paik-. whith took place at the' btautitul home of the bnle- p.uent-, -md Mi- D P Sp-uks, on Bioudw ly, day moinmij at 11 o clock. A1 wt'ie in atterd-uiLe aiui home looked m >i tl in i ei beautiful in the presence or the FOB room house on 16th street, cheap. See H. C. Thompson, over Ada Nat'l batik. si6t for general housework. Apply to Mrs. W. H. Chapman, North Ada. 81-It WAN lively boy to attend to three horses and office. Ap'ply to Drs. Browall Faust 80 2t bunch of keys to K. P. hall, iron rod attached. Re- ward. L. M. Doss. sO-2t Main, street, watch fob, buckle with charm. Three links engraved on charm. Finder please leave at this office and get reward 80-2t FOR SAM- acres bot- tom land, two west of Ada. Apply to C S. Wilburn, tive miles of Ada tf R. F. KING, A, Sl'RUEON. Offices. Rooms 1 and 2. over First National Bank Block CITY BARBER SHOP Hair Cut 95c v FIRST I H-H VtOBK (H D A DORSI PROP South M  At 11 bi lal pat f L itereu ind tneii piacL o'l'loi. k till1 till 11 01 before the] ON hK F K E 1 M A N S T O R F It yoi vvlt >t -olid i_rieen oi -c-t-o'H d oide'S tin- oftice. Jt M. i i "f South Me Vie-tei, i- ay (11-1 medicine to Ada di tod n The Llap'i Douglas K and Dittni'in itoini; it iiiiu t I pru !'t 1 i sO )t u It )1 e id Quite a numoe of Adaites :uo y0ll _ to at'oi the punhs pt and ill next Jvitui in E i; Matnen- of lioil. was uul pliLi. d vsith tin Ada M ii bh Co loi -i mouuirent m i oi his sou w1 o w i- di owned o months Hei-ieported clergsmau who spoke the woids which united them toi j iue. tlie bride Htid groom uttei n-' their to the -olemn e-tio i- of tli IH iiiti'ul 11 r> n n N w ed break! 1st iMCui'iuielit dltoi tiio e'emoin i ml tit iidnl h t tean i ip i-oned th bi i1-. M ILO 1 t ie id-mi invi' High C'la- Motto Woi 't A jslung the es Registered Jersey Bull The repoit tint Hany has   v id IIL: suit is ko i N 1 l But and M( 11 L Tie i Lai e i St I (Fitt' ,md Druu oi tli s V real est i I 01 t it b-i i I t i n- tl t nosd t w i Oo.nih 1 in 1 h i K a1 Ii i- nui ch ised i cui hot le f i om i i i too v e true 'A t i tti i i i in 1 ino wntten on the blanks -ell, N ill hold watei I New- tf f GO TO JST P I TOBIN'S! Meat Market FOR YOUR LARD. 3 Ib bucket 5 Ib bucket 10 ib bucket 50 Ib bucket 50 1 00 4 75 We guaiantop oni lard to be as good an an.v pack er R. S. TOBIN. Hello No, 21 Harris Hotol Block L: SPAPLR i) i U v .1 i u is 11 voi u er t is not i ii i i oh t i p f pi t ll L 1 tl --GS mil Lili i s ol N' i t u inn tlifMi i hoim on nil ieet L s uiy ing it a t K unity Mi-s Maud Hients w is iwiiidfi tuo for aptKMi my tue tne kiestpt eaent The 'devil' in the t Nens h'ld a loug! tape last Satuidiy M D Steinei the mana gei, was iu Oklahoma City Inn intr a time with the bo> s, the total man w is off on a toot and the toreman wax sick How that for a bunch of anefJ- Ok lahoma Jouina Notice K'tc h member of nil romuiittces on the Confedeiate V'eteran.s of the Clucka-aw nation reunion to be held at Ada the -_'l 12 ot July, togethet with tlie business men of Adaaie requp-ted toun-et nt the fj ibor at p. TU o'clock for the purpose of ittendniii to business incident to thesuice-s of the re- union. LI end- and p u di e depot v heie i ti in toi ttTi OlO! l 1 1 v 1-1 o tsi 'U tie o mo'illis i I 'o i Pi _'! oi 11 I otlK A II h 'stoi ted tt uiigei to the u> U N iu i 1 took tl e noon A -t '1 il ings, s, ln l Ul u 1 Poi t'ui fo i lot i i H to i -.e i I s tl e in i_ l l u I l .1 i ei i m i i S H t 1 t j t o a i it i U, i i 11 ti to Sec I v OLAHK DRUG i Last pi ices CO. at Dan in I a e Z E CHARLTON Oray and Transfe' -t t. I 1 (J -WOOD' WOOD'.' It Sll I M s, III 1 1 Ni w i- u ml it- w i-'u o t i tu V i iv t f MI of t ne ii- (it, I ie l IS LI t ill "id 1 i -t News w h a >t a ft O. 3. DismuKes. a n s a o a 9 ft   ji omld U H It. at i 1 inn 0 r to Ur eo 1 tf Things Worth Knowing' st. Loms> paitie- build -in elet ti ic c 11 Lehigh and Atoka ne going to line boUs eon Notice. To mv pattons On. and after next bunday tlio '25th 1 will koep the Bakery open until 0 a in and from 3 to fi p. m- tf you want bread be times you will tind supply at P. O Kespt C F Haiker. 80-4t Steam Bakeiy. S I. Tobias proprietor of The Dixie store shipped his stock of Roods from Konawa to Ada and not having room for both will run a big nale begin- nine next Saturday June !24. Not a Bad Shoe f i nt a ioi ,i I it tii U i m niLvn Iniil on shoos u tin in out inttu s Uintl ol i Inn bid I i theBiv i1- W ln> stiin-, to toni'lv Iliil u ho M, HI I tt KAu OUU 1 a ma U tostint t lie toughest Umil of si ii j will nut last forovei couise but enough for you to sat sued and moie liring that IKTC and us ht 1 nu with a pair CH ARM AN "THE SHOE MAN." 1 or i o t i 'i f Ga ve-to.i, It (.uthne O T Hou-ton lex n ogee. I T 'H o, S.iu Antonio Nha O T >outh M( Vlcsty 1 T Tnki, I. T OUlalunui City O T. I no Lai >est C'ltie- in TEXAS, OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN TERRITORY Aie all located on the MISSOURI KANSAS TEXAS RAILWAY. P S Tin- a u-a-on whv you should ti v ol md s-hip yom lieight lia "The WE WANT YOU TO MOVE As spent time and money in our to settle the gieat southwest, and if you ate not satisfied with yom location, perhaps can toll jou of i-oine other good plar-e, not faraway, it not, and you w int ta go west, we have some great bar- gains in for example, between Match tii-t and May fifteenth, you can go to California for 00, and insrly low cost to Oregon, Washington, etc. I. McNAIR, Affent, Frisco System. Nickel Store 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- creasing oar business by Celling the right 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 peopled 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 PAN Japanese folding lOc UMBRELLAS A very nice assortment of um- brella- for ladie- or gen- tlemen, not the extra fancy Kinds at fancy prues. bat -erwceable and dependable,   i PAPKR NAPKINS-For picnic- tea pjrtie-, etc loc pf liandn d SHKi.l PAPLK Perfor- ated and in a-- UK 1 os :e, piecw orly CL i-ible L'o 10 vard- to a ts uei 1AL et e ta' o i.i IO Ui> tea or hotel -S COUMst- nu -ugar i i m i t- T v. Half gu '4-t a uo'dn AllLO''ip ete th i ei'5. Kxtri fru t ]ij i ubbers si and our Fancy China cat v i t si e- Dinue 1'oicelain -d. due ps and Come here for base ball supplies and fishing tackle. How is kitchen to- We sell every- thing in tinware, enameled etc. Nickel Store. 5. M. Shaw. Prop Phone 77. Broidw-iy, 3 door- North of Odi<   

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