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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 3, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 JU NKVVs   Vi > HIK NKW s   iV  ill K I I*" \ | \  \  THE ADA EVENING NEWS  I he. aux* DELIVERED A!  I"c I'Eli W EEK  VOLUME I  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY. TUESDAY EVENING. JAN. 3 1905.  ••••••••••••as  NUMBER 252  I Model Bakery  <  rn  *  \ * *»' X ' 111 IR*"  • •••  ood »i* **:i» iii xx h vs mu Id*mo at  M.*.*.*!    t.nvu<. ( uke*, |*, 4 ,  < 'amli**". Iv**,    *"«*t  it'««•••  flu •  < « 14 > iv 11 *   tt( »u • 'IMM '"ll** J ii, p. rtilM*  ^!;.;\* [SLINOUR, Prop.    •  lf You Want  Ail I In* swt pts nf lift* you vin rn t a tin rd to  < 'IU I* N *k OII r Ii ll *•  "luck of (Junohllos .Mild ('in iii's. I ii**'  Niv Hefter. :  CLARK DRUG    COMPANY.  Port Arthur Succumbs to  Unrelenting Vigil of Japs  Port  Ex  allium!  Port An hor. Jan. 3 Aithur lins Mirrendcted. hau'toil bx mo oh" of constant fighting, decimated hy disease mid c isualtie" and hope lessly sealed in its toc'.i f< *r res*, tho gallant iiai ri-*»n ha*. Gelded  rite Ada National Bank.  surrender.  Tho seige and the defense of Ku"sin’s stronghold iii the far Ilaw been marked b.\ bray cry, Alliantr.v and desperation unequaled in modem warfare, and hatdli excelled iii military to it" gallant liesieger* and the i histoiy. The story of the opera end i" now written ot the must tious around Port Arthur I" one dramatic incidems of modern of I lie repeated fighting, both ny bines.    land and sea. of the most deeper  At Po’coek last night Gen. ate and thrilling character. | so * Nogi commanding die Japanese lated intcanees of heroism that army of investment, receive*! would have sot the world ringing Iro n tin* Ku-sn q General, tinder Usa overwhelming circum-  ness that lias evoked the ad mi rn* ti*rn of toe world. They met the untiring assaults of the .Japanese with a grim valor that won even the praise of their foe and til * fighting has been waved with re*  Ii is b«dj zed that the ga»ri-cn Ii s receive I Ii la *ra I tei ms.    I here  is a general disposi ii n to be magnanimous in view of the gar-ris*i,'s marvelous de'en se. The pub ic ha" not been informed of  leu l.-sness (lint often I,-fuse,I Th-re u'l of the me tint? of the truce, to hun the dp;,,I and cl c M Hiul ..i„n comii.i-MO.ier- at  no.'ii t«slav, but i was believed  WILLAKD JOHNSTON. Vice President ORI ll LE SNEAD. Asst r.,sh.‘r  .....S,\*    »    (HNI    IM  TOV HOPE. President  PRANK JONES. Cashier.  Capital Stork, - - -Undivided Profits,..........-Jo^oojhi  Blanks Finished ar d F err itt arces Vade to the Government on Town Lots.  \I>A, ('I I IGK KSA NV NA ri()N\ IND. PKK.  Sloes-eh a note "sling that lie *ounil further resistance u>ele>s and asking for a iii* cling to ar range terms of capital atom, 'rite n ce w*is simple a »d direct, and tile Japanize G* mend immcdiat* ly named CMU m i--iom* is l*» confer with r* pn*H»nia ive" oi the Rus-"ia * c*»iiiM*and**r. I hey met at noon lo ar rang** the cond iii »ns of  lee th wounded Over corpse tilled trenches in •»» hav.* iou jilt . hand to hand with <*old "Uhland ’'* terms had already ln*en cIu’»Im d gin*", and af short range  M - rfM ‘d upon Iii militar.i circles have hurled at each other greu the opinion was ex premed that  •ides filled with hie!, expletive-., rhe discu-sion covered only a few I he w hole sr**ry is one of un     J    Jew   stances have been dwarfed by tin* generall.i magnificent i*on duct **f both forces.  In tin* doomed fortress it." pee pie have lived under a devastating 1  Port Vrihurcns-rain OI sli**|| and shr r pnel. On    ualtie-  "Cill y lations. In*>e ged *»n evei.i id**, knowing that hope of succor or escaoe "as i * vain, the garth "on ha** fought with a stubborn  d * un ted courage «nd sublime hra?ery,  THE DEAD AND WOUNDED. Hug** totals of dead and wound* cd in the far eastern war:  Japan Russia.  Casualties in other fiat ties  70,<R'0    2 IJH hi  78,1 >0G 129,0*0  Total casualties    148,INK) 150,0  Total dead (thou ) 56,o(M 67,»*0o  questions, including the garrison to march out, carrying their arms. permuting the garrison to return to Russia with or without their officers and requiring their parole no* to take any further part in th** war. It is possible * hat the Japanese w.ll permit the entire garrison to return to Russia with arms upon giving their pa role.  ONE FOURTH OFF!  FARMERS RURN COTTON  IN OKLAHOMA TOWN  CARRIE GREETED Bf THOOSANOS AT SHAWNEE  Ft dx HIK    PKW    l)\YS    WK    WILL  )N K FOURTH OFF ON GUITARS  Violins, mandolins, banjos and  ACOR DK A NS COMM KARLY AND GEL YOUK CHOK K  N'Vi I |  I I*' * I • iii,  Mg'* I* It'  ^ C. J. WARREN. ^  r ■ --  J  slit*', OU , J Mi    J  hull -aud tloda i>* wo    ’Ii  g ii tt**»cd    mg '■ 1  t*r tit i  in tilt* lift «* to n I    A inu, lu    ti  I-tied a iiu_t* I nm ti a*    NX 4    ii ii Inc  I** g»**» I    the    new .'ear    in t *  I * •*"• ms    ni a    la • g i* * *    ii    I u*  t i cit v\    iij*p it <i, ii d th    a -* e    ii *Tia* t  n "a a iii  He Finally G t Her.  A New Store.  ! >hnivnee. Okla , Jan. 3 —Shaw nee D cnicin ini g Mrs. Can it ^ * I * *i I ,\. ^ • t Als *, I Xii ti* ii*, who a 1  riV'd in the c * • i    lh t Im ti rat    * * f I* e 1  *ru • ry par*  ell "My a ..ait Suit W af. j sunday • v* ning. F*dly *J.'«•« J irs ti - rn Oz rl . Aik, will «.|n*n a  I * 11 Ga ti*8 a ii  MIMI  ll  t I  t o  \  FT  o  * +  0  1   I  * t I I! "  PAUL VV. Al.LUN,  Livery Stable.  NKW Ll >KSK8    NK.v    BUGG    IFS  I -  v  vi I vv« ll    ;     M( ,j s    w     p  S »’ D ‘ a** or\* ^ vet < j• i, rnr t«*t* I  A 5 len Livery Barn  i TI +  i  A'_____  ll    (    I  ll <1 i I < I It I  I hi* iii* \  'Im* tV"U It ti  II * * < i " ,i - " lit  O  OPERA HCUSE^  Ti REE NIGHTS,    ‘  COMJVIEIMCING THURSDAY, JANUARY 5th.  File Lyceum Stock  OM: OF IHF im OUM ZHI) Cl IM Pan I FS A UI'A HAN'T Ii FU ATTRACTION £> &  OPENING PLAY  Down on the Farm.  A FOUR ACT COMEDY  ELEGANT SPECIAL SCENERY  NIGH CUSS SPECIALTIES BETWEEN ICTS.  in Ii  t e >i |»i o v u! «< : iii ' q . if* in -;  I la* ■ re \v i"  * * uterine J *" .  ' ii • d y. ,i ii d "hill -1 * i * •> i i 11»   1     t    I Ugli int • ' * ti)" Ii i .  i>n. mu a \    I    i >. «.|. i,  f-lll .( |    (| ,  I a' un r 11 o    • im A    Ii    to 11    i i    i  *1 I - IS " ll p    ii •*• I    ..|)    HI in ft{ i  O ti a ."Iicc* "S I u a stair I inn* a I i th in \ -| infill wa> b gun I* IS" d ii a*  Ic dlon Ii ai bei n dumn<*d in in  .. .  i'tJe, ii htell ii cr* a"t*d iii " z** ms t f en husin ii s; I* ail . ii I s«»  | as-uiu* ii lh p , o j , j, | srn«id iii nut.ii    * »i i man *•  I I* i * • U t ll t W    * • I ii 11 S, ll iii II A    III*    I S  j ‘ ‘*ili‘ • aet I.    a Otic    I ii    I alt    I    Im    (I  *l ."ceil wem i*, mix ll i i,i*  At ll«»t lo. k Oil ICI* ilia", iii lei* h* iv* ring a "lion spt*» i ii, tipple d da* t» n il and the iiss rnh|ciJ  ai died" cheered th* curs **f -moke as they ti-ceuded S*» • >tge "ii" tin* pill* that it wid probably require a toapk* <>! day for ail el tin* cotton lo In* con* sullied.  fins y* ar the aereage will b greatly reduced aud the land planted in potatoes, corn, alfalin iind other crops which can Im* profitably grown in this section. The great success of (>otato* raising the last year has given a stimulus to the culture of this  * v* n u>o.  • ted K ml At-j,.etude    t Hie l(.«-A Lsloi.il n.ui I 1 * 5 '"''  1    Nl     '•*»«'»•«  en ir icier After U t.-- .>,e f..    ,i. M     ,,     r "    »"»••*<    wi pi d bj- Hie Dixie  *    I    nom    Ile*    nos!    :»* or-a*, all ai moi s     e   Dias n In* wa- -ii- Mn * ti,. |......       :    ,    I I , ,    I    |    ,  ' I    'ii**.    i    ti _*g11    s vii iiov** t e  t*’j i p * * I* -1    th "«-ih t«»• *    f *  is \l "    \    o    in    |>    i    H    ,    "    •     vv  ** h a a i I )d m  e •    <1.    ,    -    I    •    im    .h    '    "    "*    ‘    ’’    '    "     ,lin "     1,1     '  ■    -IV,    Ut    ,1,    ,.    ,    t   11     •*    v    "    ii    V    *•    an    ii    •*<    a  I' •' * 'idol .       *    :    .    .    -    t    I    Cattle Seas >n Closed.  OI •• ol  in I .  c ll  *» v\ ll- it* It** Ct) » ■ I I*    -    -    i  lit '  V t ii* (Ll .  I -iii  g  g* t ii ,* a  I lit*' ii • 11* d "ap..** i* I* ii, Ii "iv  i et i im  a ii I  Ii  t e  I 11  Mi     * I    g f I    in    11 "    ll    O'I      I** I* *■    Itll.    t Ii    ""til.II ii    * t Im    I      "ll' ll »    • xx I I 1    ii.    • " ti ' ll    .1 '  4     HU      .....1-    an i    I. |*lv    1 < I . i»"    • III          1 * ll III    it .*    1    • pi .1    ■ « u          • • III III    nit x .    lid    V Ip |*i    a A ^    1 ll     I t  I'    '    *    ’    S    ."ill    i    '    W    "I    *    11* M It p  on i * w et I nu I ii ti nj lit    ev»    \  **gv: " L) ,iv-i) i ‘’N**w tu    . ii    \  tam* ',” Ie "iii I, t i , n Ii    u    o    , f  ox.*n, ,  •oust in *rry un* *u g* iv    ii,    ut    j    p,.  • •"g-.” she mar i «l hun  i ii 1.1 n g i. ii  .*    Ii'    I* I II * x» ; " I I ll. I  pi* " It* • . WI T I* •    « ;< I • I Im* *    • 11 I *  ?> It I    Int Mti    ,    is  'Mi    - | « I * I*.  J*I pneked n*Ii i it i ip.**? lo I f a on M if.  I    I *‘ ll OI  > » ) » v i  >i*r |’e-  k ii lion el  l» I "    Na? a* I- t Ii g' • ."t    v' '    Ie    "• v  t* •    I Ie r IMI "i . M I-.    T    .I  \iao \ "al**« I ill***    w    » p  !   '<* lieut th** Ic  I * , eh* id i>  t r.i Al ii- i»t    ti.*  L v St ck I i) fin'-s    -    n    say"    ti    e  ill Venn** t of Calf    e I    a-    b* en    <    x-  « »' t« *    " I .    ’ *    .In st    n  I *1 x . ill "  Mi I I  D« ail C rn  3 I **  L f  !i n.  A Fatal Jum    fir    Prisoner  Gu in i«*. O i l .    Jan. 3 —  hi *    •    itl    ziiiii*'    • ! ('amidinn  co * ti na" »• in v rg a prisoner, Y' a I * » I iii * - iv, o I ii i tv.  ii* - o »  • I* ll    -    * . Kl.    , L,    H    V    ** ie    *.  N til ii    I*    (    >I i> a    o< *    h  1  "    I 1‘tfsI    '    o'    ,  • ll I e a Met d tig pi \ si. ia i - O' t    rh.ui'.g    g'MMls I, lh  ,i    i.    i    .    *    a-ke s. ct*Ain . r** o" shi  o da g«*r, It i*mg'* Im- Im et; I i    ,  -til)* • c , fit compete Mn p* c**s  n-irene ell tine <la> h    and E» rry tiling    i.e.v-n*    -Ii Ii worn  «*, 11 ii" p juiii ed ii* in me > ii i la * a*', n Et  1» Ie .V ch f t*,. *    ,  I*'’ K ii* and L i*»n C if.v, and rt*<*eii t* t fatal n juries. He cannot re tu n *• r  Ii - holy xx its in lilt* I*, tliu read.'  lor taii i d. ( hii:e-ter was ie  Njw Jadgj Western District  Musk gee, I. I.. Jan. 3 - Alexander P. Richmond, president of  •mil tnv.  * tis. ail th** Iii' est c IU 11 mien * s Xii lit limn will s* rn* y**u ani  pelted    (IvikI    nnd all    ai r»nu< Diem-    ’"‘"i    A l * n " •<‘*•1 on in-ni d.n.r  e    a.    "I    I    ^*    •*    "his man, th**    I *it »i»c*« r I* in  fin    tin*    bi)rid    and    iniri men !    * r    , .  batmer. r* ter- .nm    to hi" pa t  were (KHI plel.d. .lu-' l.*foie mcoi.1 end Mi. cen- ,is nu em , *'»« r«rr*U»ri-*l Vu Iii starring for 'In* cemetery, the i    Giltner    in Ada for t Ii: t*e i ears     VVH " 'l H d**f d    bvt VY I, i,\ tiiouu  uiulei taker rem* vt d the coftin lid    All work shippt'd has ar |j'dge for    th*    W -t. rn l>"tict.  that last und**  and it wa** di-« overed that (hid*    h'tdies    for any length O' time de-     VJ icant bi    tile    rest glint ion of H.  ister was breathing Physically    *b’e«l.    \\ ii 1  m«»ve from p iblie o  were summoned and lie is getting we  ■ •••«»’ » I i nu I i ll I lit' t DU1II J Iii     •    *    J    *    §    *    iran    ai    .I    '    ’    v/    vii    ^I'lt    1^1    JCI  Hie friends nii K lir have h     1,1    i,s  ‘';' s tumiio     I 'durn Territory, lo d,e .a>-ii on  t- v  I  a , ii _ _ ,    ...    cninl.tioii and ani case taken will' al r iT n  , or | *■ r* •  *" " ,e  *••*"**"»«-    "'«*    Ik-full. guarani,-ed    We have i „V     8     Cenim.-s.ouer  r-ide of Hie id «a.s mei.-t nice 1 }' fitted tip ii mr (ii ie, will I old " l  " ,,,voka ' '• E, recently made  ll.  Three Men Captured.  Oklahoma Cit.i, Ok., Jan. 3.  V  ' POPULAR PRICES,  IS, 25 and 35 Cents.  Seats on Sale at Clark’s Druir Stem  Clop. Many farmei- mixed 25H Elective Warden M.’ndi.y ,  Itll L . . I . . . . ..    I    •    •    a_    .    V  ,7!.  bu"hels p«‘r aero, realizing 7:>c a bti"hel for them. One dialer in Shawnee has ordered twelve car loads of seed potatoes from Min-I nesota.  Flieshman’s lea^t sold at tile City Bakery,    2L7-12  ap-  tured throe un n m a rooming house iii connection with the robbery of L. Hamilton *»f Tulsa, iii which Hamilton lost $35  prix a.e paces snd hold ai our 1 isk, mutilated, decom 1 losing, bloated, iii colored b m1*»»s, md t*« store same to perfect e n liti*»n. Try us it you want die tiest. Mon mn ii, Fi-her tfe 0**, Kxdu-iv.  P Banf**rd  Grant Victor Elected.  South McAlester, I. T Jan. 3.— Tile RepubiicNii executive com mi»te*of I>tdi iii Ti riitoiy con*  J ndertakei" (Lite» ii- Mutual v.ned lier.* Monday fo the pur-i ..'''.'mL' S r ( ' C .', anon P-"-' Of eleeiinn a <ha inmn to  (Jut* door south iHJ-totfi.-e Phone No. 13. Certificate No 4:>  252 21 w 37 2  For rent — Y„ ..jg'.t r* on  "Ucceed Cl rus f *. Keen of \Y> 1 ne. wi t d, rec*-ntly die* ast d Grant I Vie 1  or of Af tot, I. T. was chosen 1 ehaii rn in.  Three show cases lull of toilet,    _  1.    -—-    .......    ..I    *'ili    IL    n    o*i*       —.....—  mimicim, snmkeiH and all other hod— -itnated on Ur.uoUr v .... i « n     i    .  Muds or -CS P. -A, lone.’.- IIM. -, r.-,t s.uLlL ' r ,!    "  dn'lf core.    on    the    premi e*.     a  h u .,,.  N , ,,  IV   

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