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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma ADA EVENING NEWS. OFFICIAL OTIS B. WEAVER OCX M. D. STEINER, PUBLISHERS MANAGER U8EFULL HOLIDAY Entered as Second class matter March at the Poatoffioe at Ada, Indian Territory, under the Act of Congress March 8, 1880, Advertising rates furnished on application Ordinance No. 96. An ordinance relating to the buildiog of in the in- corporated Town oil T. Be it ordained by the Town Council of the incorporated Town of Ada, I. T. Sec. 1. That the owner or oc- cupant of premises on either side of the streets or hereafter named be, and they are hereby required to build and con- struct on, or before, the 15th day of January. 1906, a sidewalk up- on the entire length of their re- spective premises, of the dimen- sion and description hereinafter provided. Sec. 2. That the said sidewalks shall be constructed and main- tained upon the following streets anil avenues, to wit. On Townsend avenue from the St. Louis San Francisco Rail- way Co-'s right of way on the north, to Nineteenth street on the south: On Stockton avenue from Seventh street en the north to Main street on the south; On Broadway from Seventh street on the north to Nineteenth ou the south; On Main street from the St. Louis San Francisco Kail Co.'s right of way on the west to the Missouri, Kansas Texas Railway Co. 's right of way on the east Sec. 3. That said sidewalk shall not be than four feet wide, and be made of brick, stone, concrete, asphalt, cin- gravel and nand, or lumber, aud flit 11 be repaired, construct ed and maintained, subject to the approval or rejection of tho oominittee. 4 That the owner or oc enpant affected by this ordinance, failing or refusing to comply the requirements then of. shall be deemed guilty of a mis demeanor and upon conviction he fore the Major's eoutt, be in any sum nut more ttria 0 and eaeh dtij s failure 01 rtfu-al to com pi v with the pro visions of this oidiimuce nhall consti ute a separate otlonse 5vc 5 That after ten d-iys written notice if the cc cupaat ot an> pi enures by this ordinance >ho.ll fail or i" fu-e to comply with the terms of the bui'diiiir-ail on said promise--, th it the imorpoated Town of Acl-i shall have ihe right to build and tuin the s ime out of of tin- material above tncittiontii and >h go the expenses o' b uld ing tlie -ftuie to the person or owning the said lots, a id said expenses shall ben iu n u said property adjicent to any sidewalkt that may be built oy the city, and sh-ill be charged to the pat ty owning the "-aid collected by the tax assessor and colleutor, as any other taxes are now collected on improve mentis npon lots uitmn -j'ud town 5. That of any lot owned an- other, atfected this ordinance, when the owner hat> fail ng any of the provisions of tin-, ordi nance shall be fined in any sum not to exceed twenty five dollars This ordinance shall take effect from and after its passage and publication. Passed this the 4th day of Dec- ember, A. D., W. C. Duncan, Mayor. J. I Warren, Recorder. Published Dee. 7, 1905. Drop in and have a cap of cof- fee and hot biscuits at our store any day next week, will be glad to see you if you intend to bu.v or not. Woodward Co. 6C321 Notice. The tax roll for 1905 is now ready and parties desiring to pay their taxes can do so by calling at my office. 26t '201 J. 1. Warren, Recorder. Money loaned on chattels and crops, on improved city property or to build, and on intermarried citizen's surplus laud, and on land where restrictions have been re moved H. Ebey. tf 193 If you want to sell, buy or find anything spend a few nick- lesona "want ad." The News can help you find pretty near anything in the world It's the medium. You want a "want" ad in News They are cbenp they i-Jftjctive. the are are giving free 50 worth ot ware at our store next week See advertisement in this paper foi p-irticulars. Woodward Hdw. Co. Bt 22 1 The the advertising medium. It reaches, it is read It courts Talk to the manager ab >ut it. To the Republicans of Ada 1 be present to address at the m'eMng called for Saturday night, 0( i I am a candidate1 f lo this wood heiiltti is o1- 'bio. Clnik Driitr Co mid M i-us FRISCO. Christmas and New Year Holiday Excursion to the Southeast. Holiday exi-uriion tickets to points in TtMinexsee, Alabama, North Cniohna, South Carolina, Geoi Ria, Floi ana, and certain points in Ken tui-ky and Virginia. Rate fare and one third for tht> round trip, ti> keH on Decora her aud 23, limit for return will bi> thirty from date of sale. For particulars call on I McNair, Ajrent, Ada, I T to Florida and Cuba. FRISCO SYSTEM Pirating Foley'a Homy and Tar CD Cl'it'.ijzo, otigina ted Hone.s and tai jf utliront and lung remedy t I n -Hvount of thegieat merit ,uid of Folcv's Honey u t T.ir dian> imitation- an> lor tho genuine. foi m-.v'-- Honpy .iiid TAI and refu-' ins substi- Lutt' offered as no i i prcpara fion will give the nni> -.nlisfao- tion It is naldM i It tween the legul hour- ot said lit tho Mnyot a offlco in snid town (jnen under my hand tlu> th I'ass Si-It? p. in No. 541 Ixical Freight a.m. Loc-il freight trains carrj i pnsseKyera provided with per nuts Ten cent saved on the purchase of round trip tickets. I. McNair, Agent. .SAVE MONEY And Own Better Furniture If you are planning to buy even a single piece of Furniture for dinning room, parlor, living room, hall or library be sure to let us figure with you. OUR HOUSE IS FULL Of suggestions for appropriate Christmas gifts. Come in while the stock is complete and select what you want, for now is the time to secure choice selections and have ample time to inspect the goods. We know we can save you money on anything in our line. Easy Payments if desired. ATTfc W 'cso West Main Street. an Wilson Uilli.inl lors. u U il Pool nrat JAMES BROS., Hgrs. BILLIARDS POOL IiOUIS Hanitial, Iviinsiis CHy, I inn t ion Oity, hihoiiui City I ti III, TIME OF TRAINS ADA, L T. KKJI IT TRAINS BBTWEBN Houston Dallas, Poit Worth. San Anton 10 Gulveston, in Texais aid all points beyond NORTH BOUND No. 113 dail3' .4 05 p iu No. "Hil oM'cpt Sunday .11 5 J a m SOUTH BWUND. No. Ill K 11 ri t a n) No. lot Ldual, Siiinilay 2 10 p ill i at iron ami tonic pill i I'111 1 lllllui ii'_'ho ilthniullu'jipinr'i' or o vull i i nil IV VJa A3 KI1M 12 nl TV Ti.it Kc Inrnicn and women, prodr jit sti iml jenows tlio uoniLilM inahox ForialobvjV J fi'int, of prico, per 1> for Ilr. Blott's .1! Co., Clcvolnncl. FOLLOW THE CROWD I to gut then- till! and trousers at tho NEW TAILOR -.hop in real oi CHAP- MAN'ft shoe store. Swell- ost, snappiest line wool ens even s.hown in Ada. so Quality und titiruaranteed clasvt cleaning, steam dvinir. Indies' and mens' clothinjr. NASH, the Tailor. Otis B. Weaver Fire Insurance Agent Represents several old line companies with practically unlimited capital, all of whom will'positively meet any rate an J in some instances write fire insurance much cheaper. With such companies, several years ex- perience and an expert fire writer in office, your business is solicited. Otis B. Weaver Fire Insurance Agent JEWS PA PER I
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