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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                ANTS M. DOSA' Dentest, WEATHER FORECAST. Indian Territory: Tonight rain; Tuesday fair. Temperature. jThe bijj thermometer in front of the News office registered today as follows: At a. in ......................83 At 3 p. ra.............................81 Subscribe for tho Daily News. H. T.Martin went to Duvant today. cream MasonV. J. D. Cross, of Jesse, was in tfrwn Sunday. Ten cents pays for the News One wbek. Jack Kay. once a good citizen of Ada was in town today. See P. K. Smith for up-to-now photo work. 15--tf Ross Tipt n was a business visitor in Francis today. That shoe sale (it 1. Harris' will open your eyes J. O. Tipton wa- in Stewart today Real estate mortgage blanks at the News office. 32-tf Rev A. Besird. of Oklahoma City, is in town. The News oftiee for sale real estate mortgage that will stand the test. 32-tf went to Ard- liob more today. A real estate We nerve ice crewai Mason Drujr Co. 56-tf Sam Knox, of South McAles- ter, spent Sunday in Ada. U. ft. Winn was in Stonewall Sunday. D. F. Peyton, of Chickasha, is in town. The little non of W. H. Ebey came in from Texas today. Miss Ethel Wilson was a pleas- ant caller at the News office today. V. E. Ra.v wont to Oklahoma City today. C M. Parrish, of Roff was in town Surfday. W. M. Craven, of Stonewall, was in town Sunday. J. B. Rebinan is in Stonewall this afternoon. Mr. Hope, of Owl. returned to home today. Chas. Hawkins, a fullblood In- dian, went to Stonewall today. J W. Beard made a Hying trip to Owl today. Mrs. L. M. ix repotted much better today.' V. V. Harris, of Konawa, was in Ada Sunday, the guest of Dr. Martin and family. Osoar E. Cannon left Sunday for a few days visit to ho trie folks at Hillsborro, Texas. B. F. Talbott, Eli Morris and Curt arc courting in KotY today. Dr. J. P. Gundy, of Sherman, HS the of Hon, T. P. Holt L J Have a few words to say to you. Here they are: Suyar, .IMbs for Cluirctte soap, H bars bars for................ SHU soap, ;i bars 35 bars for I'Vru soap l> bars 3 caus good hominy ;t cans ooru ;i slriuy beiius. cans Dime uiilU i Exeollo.......... an Star tobaivo per Ib........ tr, 1C. Rice (iivenville per U> :tr. NashvU'it' lireenville per Ib :ir, lilaok Hear per plug-............ Teuuessee Cross Tie, plujf ir> Honest Snuff, per grlass.... 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 Sunday. Dr. O, M. BLsant. dentist, loca- ted in Conn-Little building, phone No. 1S3. F. K. Davenport, of Kouawa, spent Sunday with his wife in the city. Something nice given awav mortgage, if with every dollar bottle of medi- written on the blanks we fell, will k'Uie at Holley's druti store. hold water. The News. 3'2-tf >2-tf Claud McMiliian is> amon? the E. A. Lucas w-ia in Sulphur today. Come to for picnic lunches. ?0-tf Jones X- Meaders. G. P. Carney arrived Saturday with a car load of eastern horses. Dr. H. M. Lisle, dentist. Hen- lev Biles building. s3-tf Mrs. D. K. Robb nn 7th street is very J. F. McKeel went to Ardmore Sunday. Everybody our spot cash policy. Better try it. Jones .X. Meaders. Ed Brents was in Ardmore Sunday. Mesdame.- Dr. Breckenridge and Kot-sch left Sunday for a weeks visit in Sulphur. Now is your opportunity to high class shoo- at f'argains. Harris. Pies D-J-> in Saturday from MI i-ha rue '.-f Judge iict- The Ciapp, Douglas, over and Dittman MWS gf-itiir at greatly prices at 1. Harris. Lee SwotlorJ. ;jffer -'nM-iing three week? with J. H Wii.mi, returned to home in McMil- lan Sundav. O. Thomas, of the S wader Bro. Drv Co.. of Kansas City, was in town today. Mrs. H. M. Knruian aiid chil- dren returned from a visit to Kt. Worth Saturday evening Dr. Austell, of Center, took the train here today for St. Joe, Texas, t'or business and pleasure trip. You are invited to visit A. Notice. To :n.v patrons: On and after next Sunday the I will only keep the Bakery open urtti a. m. and from 5 to on Sunday. If you want Iviead between times you will tind supply at O. Respt. C. K. Hacker.1 Marriage License. M. W. Lew Allen, lit. Cana- dian; Li'w Allen. 17. Ivou- awa. ,1. N. Smith. 37; L. P. Kent, both of Jesse. Henry Heed. 21; Mai'.yareite TuggJe, ootli of Ada. Paslor Called. At the Baptist church Sunday the congregation in conference unanimously called Rev. J. K. Beaton's marble yard on l-.'th Chandler, of Texas, as pas'or for The church o expressed their willingness to pay the pastor a year. I. street. The largest stock ever lani-> iudetinant time, in the towu. 81-St Uev. J. T. a missionary to the fallblood Indians, returned toj his home in Stonewall today. If you want solid wood, i screen or seiisoned. leave orders: at this office. 07-'2G Mrs. J. A. Shirley and chil- dreu left Sunday for relatives in M: J. N. Smit'i Jesse Ssttu-j t; was tt vi-it to i T. town from why he another rad M r at is a the Lir.-y ray who has been Kicked by Horse. Master Claude, the tiveyear old -on of A- F. Furgeson. on Main street, was kicked by H horse Sunday evening and an ugly gash over hi- eye resulted. A physician was called and it was necessary to rive, stitches. He i- reported to doing nicely today. A Second Baptist Church. There is going to be a second Baptist church in Ada. The peo- ple of thi- denomination who live on North hav.> purchased feet near W. J. Reed's old horhe GO TO 1 I TOBIN'S I Meat Market FOR YOUR LARD. visiting parent-, Mr. and Mrs. and work will begin on the build This church next Sunday. Watch for the annuuocement. Camp Meeting, The C'iiristian church lion, of Franks, wiii bold n camp meeting beginning July '20, at i that place. They ure preparing for a large gathering and every- one is cordially invited. A. returned to her in Co: t, and vici oxfards iii.-' I. Harris. Mrs. Byrd, visiting relatives n turned toher home in ArJmore today. My bread i.- now handled by j R. S. Tobin, Jones it Meadera and J. W. Duflall, at P. O. Plain or Snow f'lalce bread. H0-4t Steam Bakery. home ing at tin early dat will be organised i s tnd tan s'.i :n for sU-'.U-wlt who has been the citv re- 3 Ib bucket 5 Ib bucket 10 Ib bucket 50 Ib bucket 1. 00 k75 We guarantee oui- lard to be as good as any pack- er, R. S. TOBIN. Do You (Meed Money? Long time loans made on land improvi-d city property or to Lee Eddleman, of Ardmore, build. U li. .Kbe.v, atofticeof or Sunday with home folks. All of his friends will be glad to learn that he is doing nicely at that Kbi- 'l-tf Hello No, 2! Harris Hoto Block Vance Lee, who i- attending the Indianola Business College at Tecumseh, came in Saturday evening and will spend three with home folks. O. U. Short, of Stonewall, who hiis been in the city for the past two months, left this morning for Center. Mr. Short has been un- der tho care of physician.- in the city for the treatment of (its but received no apparent benytit. Married, Sunday at 6 p. m., J. N. Smith, formerly of Ada, to Miss L. P. Kent, of Jesse. Mr. Smith is a good man and well known here and we trust IHM soriation with his new companion will always be pleasant. Methodist services wore con- ducted under the biy tent Sun- day and a large attendance was in evidence at each. Interest is increasing with the attendance and a jfreat meeting is antici- pated this week It' you can possibly attend this meeting you should do so. UoW OAIXTV! anil whiit a tit. If.., bor iuse thoy '.H.vsJ iiiatrriiil iind niiuie b.v a tcuiiiii.j1 Wo sold thorn. 1. 'I'lIOs SHOES in t.lii. snintncr are liuncl.somer tliunuvir. Tlio vai-ioty .show IM It'.s tlu- Uinil of prii'.e to liavo vvheu our adorn your feot. tau, white, everything- aad at tnid-suuimor prioos. CHAPMAN, SHOE well finish- room bouse on West 6th street. Three lots, good'well and cow shod. For particulars call at News office. 84-tf Fou new Stan- dard computing scales, cheap for cash or might trade. Red Line Confectionery. West Main street. 83-21 second hand safe, must be cheap and in good condi- tion. P. O. Box 504, Ada. f. T. 82 6t .KoK room house on 16th street, cheap. See H. C. Thompson, over Ada Nat'l bank. si 6t FOB acres bot- tom land, two miles west of Ada. Apply to C. S. Wilburn, five miles west of Ada. 39-tf Ada and Rock Crossing two miles south of town on Byrd's Mill road, one black salt and pepper coat. V. E. Ray on inside pocket. Made by Myers Chicago. Return to News office get reward. Notice! Partnership of Lisle and Doss has been by mutual consent. Dr. re- turns location over First National bank. Dr. }toe.-i to the Henley building. What You Cannot Afford. Von cauuot tn wiilumt Dr. Hosrlior'e Q.irman Syrajj in tha tummi if any of yonr fnmilf a eotunniptiTrt or if colils or hroMrhial frenmtut ri.i tor-f. Qtmiiiiu Syrap U n rfllia- tVr ronsnmption ;itnl thd finest 1111 rturt.h for thit throat iimi It. will 10 rhrjrk nrnj is ;in i Ufa Hi Ma fi Gsrnmu Syrnp will tiio rhil- liwtltiiy. Tria] Initilx. Z'tr. Bi t bi Oftiees. Hooais 1 and 2, over First National Bank Block. KOOAK We have a fuii line of the East- ian Kodak-, raaging in to See Us. CLARK DRUG CO. W. Ada, Ind. Ter. KSTA BUSHED 1901. OVER! FIRST NATIONAL BANK. HAVE GEORGE McKOY TO DO YOUR HAULING All Orders Promptly a'nd Safely Attended to. Always at Your Service. George Me Nickel Store NEWS.... Mrs. J. Freeman TKlCHRH OF VOICE AMD PIANO Vor information rwuniiiijf apply ar tlio of Mrs S. K. Cliiiptnun MtmtMtt CITY BARBER SHOP Hair Cut 35c lOc FIRST CLASS WOSK OUAHANTKKD D. A. DORSKV, PICOP. So'.itli Siilit StnttK, I. T. HENRY M. FURMAN. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Will do a general Civil and Criminal Practice. Office in Duncan Building. W TAILOR. OVER FREK MAN STORE. Hijrh Class My Motto Workmanship i Parties wishing the Services Registered Jersey Bull Can find same at White's Dnirv in North Ada. 9 Z. E. CHARLTON, Oray and Transfer Tit Li' V i WOOD! 1 hiivi- woml f.ir choiip. ili'liviTOii to of tin- O. B. DismtiKes. stlin-J rri thii i i '.I i. ltd Confectionery Ooods. WE DONfT WANT YOU TO MOVE As we have spent and io our etiorts to the srroat southwest, and i? you are not satisried with your location, we can tol) you of some other piacp, aot, fur if not, yoi; to fi'O west, we have some great bar- gains in tickets example, between March and May you can to California for and in.Lily low cost toOrearon, Washington, etc. I. AIcNAIK, j. System. V 'Things Worth Knowing' Austin, Texas Dallas, Texas Fort G al v e ton, To Denison, Texas (iuthrie, T. Houston, Texas Mu.slcojjfee, I. T. Texa.- San Antonio, Texas Shaw nee, O. T. South MoAlcstor, I. T. I. T. Oklahoma City, O. T. Tho Largest Cities in OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN Are all located on the MISSOURI, KANSAS SL TEXAS RAILWAY. P. reason wh.v you should travel and ship your freight via "The Katy." TEXAS, TERRITORY 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 our business by selling the right goods at the right time and at a satisfactory price. We meet all competition m our line in quality and price, but we do not de- stroy other people's 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 fans lOc UMBRELLAS very nice assortment of um- brella- for ladies or gen- tlemen, not the extra fancy kinds at faney prices, but serviceable and dependable, 64c. and H A N D lv Ladies' or gentlemen's handkerchiefs brought way down and priced at 5c and lOc PAPER uicnics, tea parties, etc., loc per hundred. SHELF ated and scalloped, in as- sorted lace patterns. 12 inches wide, 10 yards to a piece, only 5c GLASSWARE SPECIAL goblets per set, Heavy ice tea or hotel goblet.- Fir.e 4-piece table consiH- iiijr of butter sugar disiie-r, cream pitcher and spoon holder per set Covered i each tumbler-' -Joe dozen Bali's slass fruit; j-irs, in (He a 74c a Half gal a dozen All complete with rubbers Extra fruit jar rubbers ac a dozen Be sure and see our Fancy China at greati.v reduced prices. John-on's Roynl Porcelain white and embossed, tine I iar.dled cups and saufieiv. per set 3Cc. Dinner platos per sot 45c Come here for base ball supplies and fishing tackle. How is your kitchen to- day? We sell every- thing; in tinware, enameled ware, etc. Nickel Store. S. M. SHaw, Prop Phone 77. Broadway, 3 N.trth of Post s> iWSFAPERl   

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