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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma WEATHER FORECAST. Indian Territory: and Sunday seer orally lair. Temperature. The big thermometer in front of the office registered today At a. in 78 At 8 p. in.. Hi) LOCAL NEWS Mrs. .1. I. NVnrreu is very ill- J. J. Clark went to Dal today. Geo. McKmglit i" in Koff. Subscribe for the Dnily News. Mrs. Van Bales is reported quite ill. bread at S tea in Bakery 78 Ot Judge Winn and wife were Stonewall visitors today. Steft'eu's cream .-it I'ark" N in pays for the News tf Deiu-ou, Harry Ten cent one week. R. P. Ros> Stonewall. See P. K. Smith for photo work. A. L. Nettles is transacting in Stonewall today. That shoe at 1. Harris' will open your eyes SO-'.'t Deputy U. S. Marshal Chap- man is in Stonewall. Real estate mortgage blanks at is pic :uc.ng at up to-now 152-tf the News office. Dave Hodges, the city. 32-tf of Atoki, is in We serve Steffen'fc ice cream. Mason Drug Co- 56-tf Curt and Otis Weaver attended the picnic at Stonewall a few hours this p. in. Take home A loaf of Snowtlake bread. Phono 149. Bluford left this noon for Coalgate, where he will spdnd a few days usiting relatives. Come to for picnic lunches. SO-tf Jones Meaders. E. E. Suggett left at noon for Atoka, where he will spend a mouth iishiug and hunting. Every bod like- Our -pot cuch policy. Better try it. Jones Meaders. Robert Wimbish and little daughter were Stonewall visitors today. O, M. Hit-ant, dentist, loca- ted in Conn-Little building, phone No. 1S5. 278-tf Kev. Newton Johnson left to- day for Caddo where he will Vi reach Sunday. Something nice given away with esery dollar bottle of medi- cine "old at drug .-tore. J. B. Kebman and E. L. Kelt- tier were business visitois at todiy. Miss Hanby returned Friday evening from a short visit with home folks near Mr. ami Mrs. J. F M. H-irri- were attending the picnic at Stonewall today. You ate united to visit A. J. Deaton's marble yard on 1'Jth street. The largest ever in the tosvr. M ot Bol'm. motliei of Mr-. Tom Hope, i- reported quite sick today Dr. H. M. Lisle, denti-t. Hen- lev Biles building. >3-tf ill1 I flIV J nldmMRinanl Have a few words to to you. Here they are: JSujjar, foi (.'linri'tto hoap, Inn-i- t's hats for SilU soup, 't bur-, >5 bars for Forii soap i) bui> ,'i cans good liominy ,i cans sjoml I'orn ,1 c-aiis struiji> be.ius. i (.Ml s OillK1 IllI'.U boxes bluing- .1 fcjxix'ilo tob.iooo pel lb I" li Rico dreoiiviHi pi-i Hi r N-ishvilio Ureonsillo per lb I" It lack Hear per plup Tennotsee Croj.s Tic, plujr l'> Houest Snuff, per (rlast- 20 10 Heretofore it haf not been our policy to advertise, but we want the people to know our prices. Our are pruatantoed or your money back. ALORICH RINARD. Mi-s Beatr.ce Ingrain, of I Mor-e, I. T. caike iu Friday eve- j ninjf for :i few visit to her i sifter H. P. Hampton, of i North Ada. j Mr-A K Yv'aite and wife lease Sunday for Stonewall to tjet the rest of their belongings at the Indian school near there, and when they return next week will ie peimanent re-idents of Ada for the summer Attorney H. H Epperson re Dr H-ideti. of Paris. Tex i-. It vou want to Keep posted read I turned today from a business time m this uiorning to spend the News. I trip to Sulphur hi> friend H I HirrU nf Sf I rmis: >i haf' M L Henlev Hlld look OVei the f-ltv. c. nan i-, or ot. -i nat bread i- nosv handled bv 11 j w i drummer wi- m tnwr low a au" ;V Haden came as far as Nil- arummei, wa- in iowr. i fj Tobiu. A Meaders J.C LeMond, of Lone (uose, W. Dutlall. at F'. O I' ain I. T, returned to home today. ar Fluke bread. Bob Cumnung- was m Ardmore i 8tea'U Bakery' Friday. I liurn> wa- arrested and J. O, Tiptop, went to jon at of Bebeo. is in town today. Joe Mitctifll. ot C'o.tltctte, came in Friday Remember that there i- a phiirinaci-t at the The News, office ha- for -a'e Ores, drugstoie. xi' tt real estate mortgage that! will stand tue test. J. A. Biles was cor.lined toh.s room Friday on of a rib. Quite a number, of Aihite> tire attending the A II T A pic-me at l-tjypt toda.s. A ronl !t wiitten e i hold ss i N s CiU" P >-ir I. day t.. An i r. 'I o; i tvi Harri- ,1. ISol.-n i t_ Kirk King. S.iin tiatg.- are uttetulniir th 'it todas. phui and tne Dr. Suipimr hiy. Parker and wife. of Wynnewood. came in PViday esemnjj for a sisit with Mr. I'ai- lodged in jail for obtaining i u-er'- mother, Mr-. Mary Parker, money under false preten-e. M r. Hnd Mi-. Parker are on then CJ Lxinard, of St. Loin-, was home from transacting business in the city wherp they hud been for S-itvirdtiy irormnir. ,medual tieitment. lour month- old child of .'o.emati -itid oi Not th esemtig of sum- mer complaint and svsi.-, huiied f'-i- atternoon The livmilvhiise ,1. H Kirr. of ('Hlitornia. who 1 a- been s ng liL'ie for some this nfteinoon tor lu" 'e 1 Wood vi1 ie, T T t s 1-1 t i its Ir A LlU k e ordeis Mi- .lohr e-> ea-t of r y' 'imi i f e t 11 a tlie -vmpatuv ol the entiiecom mumty in bereavement Notice. l'o m.s pat! an 1 at'te- "-i.ndi.v the! 1 ssill onls keep t.u- i V't. .1 t lO'i. tO ant hi c.ul be i iiiui supply i' it.u icer. W. J. Flatter and wife were pleasant cnllors at the office today. Mr. Flatter is one of the prominent farmers of the Chick- asuv nation and is a member ol' News family. We were de- lighted to show them through the plant during their visit. Come again. _________ The big tent with a seating ca of persons is here and being erected today on the corner ot Fourteenth street and avenue. The Metho- dist protracted meeting services be conducted hereafter under the tent, thereby affording more room nncl comfort Tf you are uot nttendiug these i-erv.icos you should, for you not only have a chance to benefit your neighbor, but yon may be strengthened and made better jourse'f Tell nil hum jou-ee and get in the harm's.-.. What You Cannot Afford. Yon cannot afford U> do withont Dr. t Syrny In ifany of yonr faiiulj hiivrt a vousnmptlTo tandancy, or if eolHior bronchial fruqnsut TH ttir.. (Jornmn Syrap ralia bltr rmtiedy forooiMDiuptiou nuiitllH flliast thine on twirtb for the ami tnturt. tt will is an Qeriuan Syrup will kaap tlis chn druu Iwaltliy. Trial bottls.JV. iMittlu ;v AlClurk R. F. KING, HllVSlt'lAN A SI KlJKCi.V. Oliices. I and 2. over First National Bank Block.. HAVE OO-vl-0-C McKOY MO Yol'R HA! 1 Nl, Pn.-ii AttL-rnli. WANTS Foti SAL.K: Brand new Stan- dard computing wcales, cheap for cafh or niiglit trade Red Line Confectionery. West Main street. by-Sit A second musi be cheao and in good condi- tion. P. O. Box 504, Ada. I T. s'2 Fou UKNT. Five room house on 16th street, cheap. See H. C. Thompson, over Ada Nat'l bank. si-6t FOR SAI.K Twenty acres hot- :o r, land, two miles west of Ada. Aoply to C. S. Wilburn, n've miles we.-t of Ada. Mrs. J. L. Freeman TKiCHEK OP VOICE AND PIANO r iiitorm i -i.r -miftinm iph :i' tho 01 Mrs K. BARBER SHOP WO8K (HUEUN'TKKD UORSKY, M.iiii Vil i I. I' HEN It V M. FURMAN, ATL'ORNKY'-AT-I AV.' Will do a general Civil and Criminal Practice. Office in Duncan Building. George McKoy. KODAK TAILOR. F R E K M A N S T O R F S Hurh My Motto line of tne East- rt; re T prices t l yoii s s o J ss IM n' i c h e a f ir lion to Se CLARK to; Ada, L's. DRUG CO. wishing the Cervices Registered Jersey Bull Can tir.d same at White's in North Ada. Z. E. CHARLTON Dray and Transfer I. Tor. 1C9 09 tt I aii V CO TO 1 I TOBIN'S I Meat Market FOR YOUR LARD. (iciiiCj '1 he Cicipp, Dutimasi, tilk lovci -huo- at lediuecl prices -U I. j Uuri i- >0 ss It Mi-- I'.elle B'> All-urt I'.ur- C'ha-. M-vs Geo. 1H irti-un and Mr-. M L Walsh iare atUndiny tin.- puna :it >tune- i wall today. i l a t ss u i o o- n i till' -J 4t Sun ti i t een at I' Ke-pt C F !l-u Notice' Gill tl l 1 V lilt S'Ml SSl'l ConLjciionery (iaods. w. "H, 'KILP.JTRICK. 9C9 39 9 3 99999 0 C B. DismxiKes, ,t T'll 8 lu bucket a lb bucket 10 lb bucket 50 lb bucket Dos- IPU-, deen dl-olsi'd mutual consent. Dr. re tains locition er Fitst National H. Mitchell, toimorly u bar tn the dent of Ada, now ot Coalgatt, is, lh ,-v ,v buiuln- -_' tl shaking hands with old friend- in the city T. P Jones in 1 wifo ol Aid- moie, were in the Fud.iy eu- home fiom a in homa. Uev. 1 00 1 7.5 We guaiantee our lard to be as good at -my pack- er. R. S. IHBIN. Hello No. 21 Harris Hotol Block. lu. [EWSPAPER J to1 rogulur' A. Ilardep Si today to fjjl hi appoiiitini'Dt, in. tiie liu n h tin1 re. i I rank ,Ku kson returned troin to Mulberty, Ark.. Fnd.iy 1 He repoi t.s his pstrent- in poor health Mrs A tl Chapman and chil- dren returned Friday evening from ,'in extended vi-it with lela- tives and friend- at Sulphur Springs, Dr.-. Doss fjislc have dis- >-olsed partnership. Dr. Do-i> will over the Fir-it Nation- al bank anil Dr Lisle will open an ollice over Henley store.. W. G. Currio left Friday even- ing for Memphis, Term., where ho will takesmedical treatment for u time. VVve hope the gentle- man will be benefited, and that speedily. III N I UK HKM, pit i lit- I UK- lift limryiU'; to tlu'ii '-oats i sch H-l loom. ll.ippy t'h i 111 hood item f- rt' froi i t'.irt' Iftm ii'-i-uy iiiuel lacs' anil t lu k i i n I mu on ,1 s I! u 10 .s a it- o mi item in t ho cost, i litMp urn a-i- I'oni li-.iUv si to >l l-Ol'-. l.ltllf VVCt loot tiicun iK, f overs ami wot sc. Pay ,i litile and bin stout, weather proof ones, such as we sell CHAPMAN, SHOE MAN." 'Things Worth Knowing' Au-tni. Tex L- Muskogeo, 1. T. o, Texa- Sun Antonio. .shusvnee, T So'ith Mi I T. TuUa, I. T. Okhihonri City. O T. The Largest Citie- in TEXAS, OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN TERRITORY Aio nil located on MISSOURI. KANSAS TEXAS RAILWAY. P f-i Tin- a m whv you should tra.e' rd youi freight s la "The K'lty." 1 e i i Te.vis (lUtln le. T 1 lou-ton, Tex is V 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 is in- creasing our business by Celling the right good-- at the right time and alj a "utisfactory price. We meet all competition in our line in quality and price, 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 our are all priced in plain fiarures at their Lowest Net Spot Cash Retail Values.. SPECIAL FAN Japanese folding lOc very nice assortment of um- brella- ladi-3- or gen- tlemen, nut the extra fancy kinds at fancy prii es. but serviceable and dependable. and H A N I> K Ladies" O" gentlemen's handkerchiefs brought wav down and priced at 3c and 1 or. s> 'me i t fd prices. :i! I'orce'iaia o--s d. line l and l c. Come here for base ball supplies and fishing: tackle. How is your kitchen to- day? We sell every thici.? in tinware, enameled etc. WE DON'T WANT YOU TO MOVE As we nave .spent tune 'inu money m our ctlort.s to -ettle the est, and if you aie not satisfied ith yon; locution, perhaps can telJ .sou oi' MK.. e other good not faraway, if not. sind you want to go west, we have some great bar- gains in tickiith-for cxampie, between March tir.-t and May fifteenth, you can go to California for liiJ.GO. core-pond- iu2ly low cost to Oregon, Washington, etc. Ask I- AsroiU, Frisco System. I Nickel Store. W S. M. Shaw. Prop Phone 77. o N of
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