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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma THE NEWS UIVKSTHK NEWS THE ENING N DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY VOLUME 1 ADA, INDIAN TERRITOBY, WEDNESDAY EVENTNGK JAN. 4, 1905. NUMBER 253 Model BaKery. Kvprvthing 'mod to out nlunv- on hiind nt Hicud. Kit1 hmi tin J. A. ISLINQER, Prop. If You Want All the swc-pts of life you run not atlord to ovei our ti n e -tocU of Choc olates and Candies. Are Better. CLARK DRIC COMPANY. The Ada National Bank, WILLARD JOHNSTON. Vico President ORVILLE SNEAO Asst Cashier. '.I MM I. I H> TOW HOPE. President FRANK JOiMES, Cashier Cttpltul k. Undivided Profit-, Blanks Furnished and Remtttarces Made to the Govern ment on Town Lots. CHICK N IND. TKK ONE FOURTH OFF! FOR TDK NKXT FEW D VYS WE WILL (TIVE ONE FOURTH OFF ox YIOLIXS, BVNMOS vxn ACOUHKVNS COMK AND (SET YOUR CHOICE C. J. WARREN. PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery Stable. n T I ..ok well C'C (.ill Livery Barn J OPERA HOUSE THREE NIGHTS, COMMENCING THURSDAY, JANUARY Slh. The Lyceum Stock Company ONE OF THE RECOGNIZED C'OMl'ANlES A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION OPENING Down on the Farm. HIGH A FOUR ACT COMEDY ELEGANT SPECIAL SCKNKRV GLASS SPECIALTIES BETWEEN ACTS, POPULAR PRICES, 25 and 35 Cents. Seats on Sale at Clark's Drug Store Married, Tuesdn.v January 3, at the residence of Dr. and Mrs. S. J. Martin, Miss Cleo Clark Houghton to Mr. James Bayard Emory, Rev. T. L. Kippey, of The marriage was a quiet one, a few of the most intimate fi iends of the youny couple being Immediately after the uere- mm u the newly wedded couple proceeded to their nicely furn- i-hed cottage on .East Twelfth street, wheieeosy surroundings a wiujn tire awaited them. Shortly afterwards ihe house was tilled with their friends, both und middle aired, who constituted a house warming pa ty They at once made them Delves at home and in a short time a delicious luncheon was -ei ed. In the meantime couples and parties continued to arrive, and by ten o'clock the house was tilled wiih well wishers for the tuime. Mis. Cleo Clark Emory for the past year has been in charge of the nnllineiy department at Miles store. She is a di cidedly pleasant lady and in the -h -rt time she has been in Ada Iris niudo hundred- of admiring i lends, who will be none the I'st, now that she is a m ition. ,I nines Bayard Kuioiy has been ip-idenf oi Adi for several and has occupied the po- -iiion of -ale-man in the Henley Biles-tote Ho is a eonscien ion- young man, plea-ant to and is to be congiatu lated upon choice in securing a life partner. The entire News family extend tothehnppy wedded couple the best wishes a pleasant voyage over Cniokasaw Patents Signed. Ravia. I. T., Jan. D. Johnston of the Chickasaw nation while waiting at the depot here Tuesday morning stated thnt about patents to land had been signed by the governors of the two nations, but declined tt> say whether they would be delivered to allottees without the approval of the Secretary of the Interior, merely remarking they would be issued according to law Hr dues not think the Secretary will insist on submitted to him for approval. OFFICERS AND VOLUNTEERS ONLY, ARE PAROLED Fire Destroys Paper. Lrndxaj, I. T., Jaa. 4 in- oendiary (ire destroyed the Lind- say office and contents early Tuesday morning. The loss is with insurance of The plant will be rebuilt at once. The Lxceutn Stock Co. which will appear here three nights, ommem-ing 5, is waid to be a strong combination "Down on the Farm" will be the first bill and it is said the play i- replete wilh wit funny sayings and bright 230-tf INHUMAN NEGRO BRANDS WIFE WITH HOT FILE Tokio, Jan. text of articles of capitulation of Port Arthur garrison, signed by the commissioners representing Gen Stoessel and Gen. Nogi, has been made public. All Russian sol- diers, marines and civil officials of the garrison and harbor are mude prisoners; all forts, bat teries, vessels, munitions, etc, are transferred to the Japanese in the condition in which they existed at noon Jan. 3, a violation of this clause to operate as annul- ment of the negotiations, giving the Japimese army warrant to take free action; the Russian mili- tary and naval authorities are to furnish to the .Jaonnese army an exhibit of all fortifications under ground, and inaiine mines; a list of military officers, of ships and the numbers of their crew and of civilians of both sexes, with their races and occupations; and all public property, such as build- munitions of war, etc to lie Tex., Jan. 4 ing tie t his wife up by the heels, ion r.iftoi and tlien with a red tile brandiiii! upon her llesh the name of iho man of wh'im he was ji'iilou-, Miindy in g o, is contined in the ,ul The inhuman act of i-i uelty w is perpetrated by the ji'ilous man on his expected re- tain home at night. Following i ho escaped and his at rost took pl.uv last evening. Ho deiuvl thu officers 'iud was taken after bring shot down vMili two 43-Ciihbre his right leg, one uig the thigh and tht> other the knee Fiom these it is believed he uill er. lie telurnud homo late at night nul when -he lot lii.n m, accord- ing to her he becaii'e great Is em aged He grabbed her and iLli slu eH tit bound her fuetand .11 m- lie i hen a rope and ta-tened it at out her feet and SVMUILT up to a tatter of the Kitrhen. Tho clothing was torn liom her. was gayed so that -he could make, no outcry. Sin swung hc'id down, until he kindled a tite and heated un old hie white hot. Ho then began hi.inding the leUt-rs "Daniel" upon her shoulder and one bare u-tu When the rile would be come cool from the contact with the flesh he would halt in the piocet dings reheat it. Nearly an liour wns <'onsiiuied the, tor- luieaud it was coolly executed. Revolution Imminent A sure Jign of approaching re in your and serious troublo s is nervousness, .s noss, or stomnch upsets. Kiec- tiicltitteis willquKkl.v dismem- ber the trobiesomo cauces It never fails to tone the stomach, regulate the and Howels, stimulate the Liver, and the blcod. Run down systems benefit particularly and all the usual attending aches vanish un- der its seitrching and thorough effect ivenesH. Electric Bittern is only 50c, and that is returned if it don't give perfect satisfaction Guaranteed by Clark Drug Co., arid F, Z. Holley, Druggist, SOME HUNTERS. Accidents That Piled Up On the Unexpected. Tuesday, Dr. Rrowall had his yiiest on a hunting trip Rev. Maddux, and if the string of ac Ins best biid received a heavy load of shot direct trim the Doctor's gun. The dogwns liaid hit and was tenderly placed in the buggy, together with the ammunition, t away from the vicinity the horse was soon lost sight of by the two men, who were pursuing it b.v the occasional glance a shell, coat, broken vials and the smell of lodoform and asafoetidti1. Af- ter a chase of a mile what was left of the buggj, and the horse was captured, hut the poor, wounded doir has never been heard of and what its fate has been is .yet to be known. VVhilo we are on the subject it would not be a bad idea for these to procure a copy of the book we, wrote on "Ho'v to Accidents When Hunting." Batlard's Horeheund Syrup Immediately relieves hoarse, crcupv cough, sping and difficult bivathma, Henry C. Stearns, druggist, shullsburg, Wis., writes, May ao, 1901: "I have been Helling Ballard's Horehound Syrup for two years, and have never hud a preparation that has given better satisfaction. I notice that when I sell a bottle, they come back for more. J can honestly recom- mend it." 25c, 50c and at Clark Drug Co. "Down on the Far.n" will be the drawing card at the opera bouse next Thursday night, tf. left in the present position pend- ing arrangements for their trans- fer. Officers of the army and navy are permitted to retain then- words and -uch of their peisonal property is directly nece-sar.A the mamtainure of life, and with one sevant each, may, on signing their parole not to take up urms during the continuance of the war, retuin to Russia Non-commissioned officers und ptivat.es will be held as prisoners For the b< netit of ihe -irk wounded Hussians, the sanitary corps and the accountants he-, longing to the Russian army and will be required to serve under the Japanese sanitary corps and accountants for such period of time as may be deemed necessary. Originally there were men in the fort. Eleven thousand have been killed, are wounded and sick and re- mained in the fort, of whom, however, only were able to tight The cost to Japan of taking Port Arthur been Byrd-Keener, At the church at Franks, I. T., on Xmas day, a pretty wedding occurre.d the contracting parties being Mr. George Bvrd of Stone- wall, I. T, to Miss Viloa Keener, of Franks, I. T., but formerly of Tenn. The couple marched up the isle to rams of Mendelshon wed- ding march, the groom wearing the usual conventional black, and never before looked happier. The bride was charmingly attired in a cream aloatross, trimmed in silk and apulique, wearing a wreath of white carnations and earning a boquet, of white cut flowers. They stpjd under an arch which was tastily decorated tor the occasion, the nup- tial knot was tied. Itev. Hull, of Stonewall, officiating. After the many the happy pair retraced their steps to the music of shon and were driven to the home of the bride, where a sumptuous dinner was given to tifty invited guests On the following dag an infair was tendered at the home of Ntr. and Mrs. B. F. Byrd. The groom is well and favorably known throughout the Teriitory, has good business qua iticafion-, and, like his father, is big-heart- ed and ever ready to lend a help- ing hand, thereby gaining a host of friends The fair bi is deservedly popular and is lady of talent and culture May the pathway through life of the newly made couple be not strewewn with flowers which only bloom to die, but with roses vhose chief cha'ac tens tic is a blessed. iuum.u-tiiH .v j Wells Fargo Moving. The Fargo Express GJ., on Wednesday began moving their offices from the Frisco depot into the room near the Harris hotel Route Agent A. H. Harrison is in the and is checking in the agent, L. W. riiompson, formerly ot Monett, Mo, who will take charge of the office at once It i-1 plea-ing news to the public that Walt. Stewii'-t .vill be reta'ned with the uptown office. He has been with the company for some time and his polite and plea-ing manners have been noted by those having Business with the com- pany. MAJORITY OF SENATE IS FOR STATEHOOD Washington, Jan. 4 Beveridite had a talk with the piesident regarding the state- iiood proposition. He expressed confidence that a substantial ma jonty in the senate favored the bill, but would not ventu e to predict what action might be taken at Ihe present session. Advocates of the statehood measure propose at 2 o'clock to- day that it be made unfinished business of the hen ate. ATTEMPTED BANK BURGLARY Three Men Make Repeated Effort to Blow Open Safe, Ardmore, I. Jan. 4 reached here Tuesday of an at- tempt to burglarize the First National Bank at Mannsville at an early hour this morning. The burglars, who are believed to be members of a Hystemized gang which has been operating hroughout the Territory for some time, were three in number. from the small safe, which was blown to pieces was secured, but after several unsuccessful attempts to blow open the bank viult they were frightened away without securing any additional money. Several thousand dollars in currency inside the vault was damaged by the explosions, some of which is in such a condition that it can not be redeemed. Officers secured bloodhounds, which were put on the scene, but after following the trail for a few miles wewt from Mannsville all trace of the men was lost. A Cost y Blunders are sometimes very expen-ive. Occasionally life it- self is the price of a mistake, but you'll never be wrong if you take Dr. King's New Life for dyspepsia, dizziness, iieudiiche. liver or bowel They are gentle, yet thorough. 25c at Clark Drug Co. and F. Z. Holley drug store. If you enjoy pastoral sayings and witty reportee you will be on the front row at the opera next Thursday night when the Lvceum Stock will play "Down on the Farm." 1 i JL. vJHL_
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