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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                I I'- M ADA NEWS. I'lIK DELIVKRKH At Ute I'KU U I.KK DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, TUESDAY EVENING, JAN. 3 1905, NUMBER 252 Model BaKery HI nke.-. KIC him n infill1 tilt iViee J. A. ISLINGER, Prop Port Arthur Succumbs to If You Want All tlii> ets of lift1 you em not atlord to looU our li n f slock of Choiohites Mml On nd i1 s. Kt-ttor. CLARK DRUG COMPANY. Unrelenting Vigil of Japs The Ada National Bank. TOM MOPE. President WILUHD JOHNSTON. Vice President FRANK JCNES. Cashier. ORVILLE SNEAD Ass! Cashier. Mot k, iino "i I'ndixtded IH Blanks Ft rr ishcd arc? Ptrriittarccs IVade to the Govern mcnt on Town Lots. "in CHICK IM> ONE FOURTH OFF! FOR THE nus wr. WILL Forum OFF ON (iUTAKs ,'IOLINS. MAVDOLINX li AC'ORDFVNS COMM EAULY AND (JUT YOUR CHOICE Port Anlinr. Jan. 8. Port Aithur has surrendrted. Kx hau-ted of almoM constant tightmg, decimated by iind c i-.ualties and hope lessly sealed in its the giillant jrai hit- to it" gallant and the end now wiitten ol the dniiimtic modems of modern tunes At i> o'c ock last night Gen. NTogi lonumandmg 'he Japanese army of investment, received Irom RII-.S') n (Jttiieial, Stoes-el. a note taking that he 'ouiid further useless inci asking for a nu eiinir to ar rinjre terms ot c The n c WMS Minnie a >d direct, iind G. neral iiiiiueiiiit> ly n i mod commi-sionei s to confer n pie-eniauves or the Rus- -liin commander I met at noon >o art iniife the ttinditi in" oi surrender. The seige and the defense of Itussia's stronghold in the far piift have been marked b> briiv en, gillanfr.v and despeiition unequdled in modem warfare, and hiudl.v excelled in militar.x histoiy. The xtor.i of tious around Port Arthur i- one ot ihe repealed lighting, both by land and sea. of the most deeper are anil thrilling charncter. luted of heroism thnt would have wet the world ringing under overwhelming circum- stances have been dwarfed by the magnificent eon duct of both forces In the doomed fortress its peo have under a utin ol and sin- On latunis. on ide, kiiovxmg i hat hope of Miecor or i vain, the garii- with a sruhborn ness Ihnt has the ndmira- tion of ine world. 1 met the untirinv awsauIU of the Japanese with a grim valor that won even ihe of their foe mid th h'uhtintf been waired with re- lenle-sness that often tefu.sed to tlipdea'l and lee th Over corpw Hlleil trei.ehei nvn havi- fought hand to h-ind with and clulilxd gnif, and at short ranye Ivive hurled each other jrren 'idea filled with hiyh Ihe whole story one of un diunted courage und suhlime bravery. THE DBAD AND WOUNDBD. Huge totals of dead and wound- ed in the far eastern war: Japan Russia. Port Krlhurcas- u.iltie- Casualnes in otht-r battles 'lotil casualties I4S.OOO Total .lend (XI It is beli red that h s leceive Mihrriil I here is a ifpiiei'M] ion to be iiiMgnniiiiuouH in view of the gar- de'enae. The public not been informed of re u't of thp me ting of the ion commie-loners at nomi (nit n believed ih'i the had air reed upon In military circles ihe was that the discu-Mion   m tin- lilt e to n I A IKM lu n l-herl u hu_e Ikmti e >vi h whic i to yi 11 i i he e.u t 11 I 111 I II 111 I LT CO (1 lit-' t i IMI n il, ii (I ib e (i in. .1 i in hi t i i in. i i l i o i n> i I) Ol Oil S I t I 11s, I I) I I 11 (I I e i 111 olio! 11 .111. i l II I ill III I till1 III I x I III I I I (In I'stllt .1 l) nli i ji's h i l. s lit i MII d .i tnl M h c h 11- .1 i ip i i nit H low n i Oil) Ml U ll I I S III I) tin I I III (I I C I I I 1.11 nu i 11 u i n.i A h tii M 11 l I his s n u lu M u m U I In O I) I .1 i S3 111  i i i 1111 u I. tl t i. i v, man v tin i t, t ii.ili tirii vi nik; I ,i i alt M lu d ul .-si i il u out ti 11 i pile t It loi k D.t l C K in i'., ul id li-iivi i my u -hon .spot t h, upplii d i In- iinl i lie mlihd hundreds checn d ih' curis of smolcu as they a-eeuded Sn luge VUIH the pile thai it vuil probably i iTjuire a oJple ol day for all ot the cotton lo be con- sumed. Tins yi ar the acreage will b greatly reduced and the hind planted in potatoes, corn, iilfaliit and other ciops which can be piotitahlv u row a in this sociion. The threat success of potato- iniNintf the last year has given u stimulus to the culture of this ciop. Many ringed bushels per acre, realizing 7'n: a bushel for them. One dialer in Shavvnee has ordered twelve car loads- of t.eed potatoes from Mia nesota. He Finally G t Her. G t'i n r H a'l.v. Al si a, it1) H Hint Swil i IMI LiiitfM H L. ted K nd en i r icter After G .fi's go1 t" CARRIE GREETED BY THOUSANDS AT SHAWNEE 1) I H II lie ll.l I I !l Ol I Ol III' I O I "silt I I I -mi' ten lio Mil- ll I til III li C IIP n into II Ir r i i ih i i h ii l I. i il is II I l M .1 ,ii) ii. i u iid i us, i i 1 hum i t i i i p l i I i i U I i IN in nu inl iv I p iti ,11 v i i d, i y i 11 i i i i 11 I l IS s II) I u vt I till I i i I nil t I) h II.. 1.1 ej.1.' I' DiVV-O i N tli b. sai I, t ii i n _ li Hmwnee. OUhi nee H I'titeiiiini Mis. Caiii' airivd in thec'i> P. people mi I ihu Km I- Isl H.d tnai lioin tie- ii nit HI MOI K i  N i O II) pi It I e d i MII i_ n i ,i i' iii i i a ill'. f li 1 I I in II I'd li. tli II 1 t i1 tint p.icUt il i i In Imililii  e-s n- i riMCited tine s iijio, and it worn I. le f h IMI ID ilie flii) lor iiiiiixl. hutestei was ie ported cloud and all airnngi ment> foi the burnl and mu'tinent wire coinpletid slat ting tor 'he the undei taker renu v my length oi time de- sited. WiM move t'rom p iblie O' priva.e paces nnd hold at our i isk, miitilatea, decom posing, hiouted, di colored b" t-es, Hid n store same to perfect c ndition. Try IIH it you want die hear. Mosmim, I'nderitikeri tinteiio Mutunl Burial Association in co men ion. One door smith ljbone No. 18. Certificate No 252 w 37 2 A Faial Jum fur Prisoner. (jii'ln I- O-l i Jan 3 lu S ill znitir i C'nii.idian co i VMI- m H a 1- i HIM p, I n tv, 1 I i iv .111' i il on .1 t >r yohii i-.li n jum >fd m t m' ii M mi- v h< i. b  s at Wewoka, I. T., recently made vacant b> the resignation ot H. P Stanford Fon V.M eight house situated on Proadw y nnd Hi h street Si e Mr Pit1' r on ihe premi-t's. -jfti Grant Victor Eleoted. South McAlfftter, I. T Jan. The Republican executive com- mitte-of Indi in Tinitoty <-on- vi tied here Monday fo the pur- po-eol' electing a (ha imnn to succeed rug G. Keen of i ne- d, recmtly Grant Victor of Aftot, I. T. chosen chftitmin. "Down on ih" riir.n' I b t' e d r i h u-e i i M 11   

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