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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 5, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 HIK MUS (iiVISS Itll- \KUS WIGLE IT’S NKW  VOLUME  THE ADA EVENING NEWS.  TUE NEWS DELIVERED AT l"c PEK WEEK  s Model Bakery,  A    i    «    Ti    11 I f ii iktt #    «»!*...  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY. THURSDAY EVENING, JAN. 5, 1905~  ♦  • • • •  Iv v<’r \ thing go*»d to i'll f ii I wa vs OM ll,mil a M«»hq| I ;m!mm \ .  ( M III I l»*v.  the 1   I t M .iv lo.-  9    ‘i    *    ii    11 ii < * 111 *, i *• |(«• (Im    i m •> x  I..4: JL-Jsy  nqek -  ti,  r  You Want  AH 11»o\v• i*t.s (,} i111*  ‘■th in t ii ti ord lo look our ti p »*  '•lock t I I o» orates Mild (rte!i< >.    I h,>>  Aru Better  CLARK ORIG COMPANY.  NUMBER 254  ADA COMMERCIAL CLOD -   GETTING DOWN TO BUSINESS  U.e Adar-.inrwrcial Club met bein* absent th- committee was Wednesday evening Fhe meet  ing wa« un adjourned nie**ring of tile regular me ting of Tue-dtn eveionn The president aid 8»*c<ct• r.t • ip, upied then re*:»ec tiv»* position.*..    Mump** of pre  vious luff im; re,,! and approved.  lite unfinished business was t»koi» up. vt* Hetile.v as chair-nian of tile c.) umitie* on Frisco  given further time to report. Otis Weaver wa* ordered to report as to the proposed meeting of the Inter-Territorial Demo-cratie Pre-« Assoria ti in at Ada, WHicli he did. Hi** report was ieee pted and th* comm i ti Ce ordered continued. The committee to secure Commercial Club quarters and committee on en-  ONE FOURTH OFF!  FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS WE WILL GIVE OVE FOURTH OFF OX GUITARS.  a ioliNS, mandolins, banjos and  ACORDEAXS COME EARLY AND GET \ OUR CHOICE  BAPTIST CHURCH,  Which will be Dedicate.! Sunday, the sermon being Preached by Pastor M. I*. Hunt. of St. Joseph, Mo.  JAPANESE COLORS FLOAT  OVER PORT AUTHOR  L C. J. WARREN.  • V?'  PAUL W. ALLEN,  Livery Stable.  NEW HORSES    new    BUGGIES  Travel well.    I.......  WP n,  S.nis'ac or.v Service Guarantee!.  Allen Livery Barn  “O  *  +  i-—|  C  Tile request of the Russians for fond, medicines and physicians  rhe Ada National Bank  mu nnnr  WILLARD JOHNSTON. Vice President ORVILLE SNEAD Asst Cashier  $;»ll.i HH I. OO  nj | V| m i ii i  TOH HOPE. President.  prank JONES. Cashier.  La pi ta I Mock, -    -    .  redivided Profits, -    -  Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Govern merit on Town Lots.  AHA, (HICK ASA \\ NAHON, IND.  Headquarter** of the Japanese rhird Army at Port Arthur, Jan.  J, via Chefoo. Jan 4, 8 p. til.—  (Censored ) — The Hag of the Risingsun ti nits over thecaptuicd citadel of Port Ai thur.  ...    .    ’  ........—    BIV    IM    HIM  on tin* nrw-of tho surrender for their sick and wounded has of tile fortress reached the sol l»een giat ted  dier- yesterday, Imping from Gen SmeaseFa last dispatch, rnitnh t> mouth, the Japanese da ed .Inn. I, prior t i thesur' drew close to their late enemies n nder of Fort Ar ti tar, details ^snd ftatern'sed freely with them (lie Japanese attack «.l Dec 31 When night fa I came great and conclude na‘oIIouh:  'mn Ii res r.,*e in the Japanese “We shall he obliged to capi'u*  , VI rn a like s-bln*: ng halo, *bite late, but everything is iii the .'I gre it rl.oi u-e- of ‘‘Banzai'' echoed hands of God. We suffered fear —I through ih»* hills.    f u j    looses   T|  "tire garriso i and all the J “Great. Sovereign, pardon us-  n rn von i baton is will march ..ut of ne have dune everything to liu the city Jan. 5 to the vill .ge of inanity possible. Judge us. but Vihuiwei, near the .-Ii tea of ta- mereiful. Neatly eleven ! -goon Bay, I rum which ut ice! month-* of uninterrupted strug  committee which wa* adjudged satisfactory and the chair after admonishing the committee to secure the shops at the earliest date obtainable continued them in the service of the business to which they had been appointed.  Next, the retort of the cominit-I tee on the Chickasaw Cat*lumen’s Association was called for. Mr. ^    Barringer, chairman, made re  I l>o> t of the progress cf the com*  I lie Japanese captured 25,000 inittee’s work. The coin mi Ute in i-oner**. The to^al number of I was retained and continued. Htliahifant* is 33,000, of w hich I Die report of the committee on 2*i,<MKI are sick.    city fire department was called.  .    - r    "    ---- vv.iiiiii VLCC \J If    rii •  v.d Ray radio ii .hips fur Ada.Urging    club memliership    con-  repoited the work done by that tinued.  New business was then taken up. Mr. Henley was called to the chai r and President (ham bless addressed club in interest of Truck Growers Association. VV. C. Castleberry, who is much interested    in truck growing,    followed.    After which there    was  a lively discussion of the advantages of acanning factory for Ada. On motion by Mr. Powers, a committee was appointed to investigate the canning factory proposition. Committee, Messrs. Beard, Powers and Mason. Tile  he Russian ofti *ers will he trims potted to I hi 11 my and thence wherever the.\ limy desire The prisoners of war will la* detained at tin* Russian barr cks in the village until Hies can he trail** tenod to Putney.  tiles have exhausted us 0.|\ one quarter of the gi: rison i alive and of this ii ii rn ber the nm jori;y are sick, and tieing oblige I to act on the defensive, without even short intervals for rej)o?e, ne worn to shadows *’  I he chairman of that committee I meeting adjourned.  EXPLOSION IN A LAUNDRY DOES SERIOUS DAMAGE  Muskogee, I T., Jan 5.—As a f       —---  result of a gasoline explosion I ^ no ^ CP  Oklahoma City Hotel Out.  which occurred in the New Model I Oklahoma City, O. T., Jan. 5._  'team Laundry Wednesday J The 11 Im* ii** hotel, one of thebes afternoon five persons were in- * in the city, until a few weeks ago jured, two of whom may die. I managed by G W. Garrison now rhe injured ar.-:    (me    new     > heri(T,    and later taken  Mrs. Ethel G.»s-«, head and!by a Mrs Wagner, whs closed  STATEHOOD Dill IS  OPERA HOUSE  three nights,  COMMENCING THURSDAY, JANUARY 5th.  The Lyceum Stock Company  ONE OF THE RECOGNIZED GOM FANI ES A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION & &  OPENING PLAY^-»-  Bown on the Farm.  NOW DEFORE SENATE  Washington, Jan. 5.—By a vote of JI to ii the st-na'e We* I needily took up the statehood hill providing tor the admission of two  Bee’s Laxative Honey and Tar I* an impi to ement overall cough, long and bronchial remedies. It Huts on the bowel**, drives the  Stites, Arizona and New Mexico 1  cold out, cures croup, whooping lo be    combined    in    one    and    Okla-    cough, ward* off pneumonia Hint  bom    i    and    Indian    Territory    to    he ! sf m)i i t,,ons    ,l,e  Kings. Bees  combined in another. The same lLaxative Honey an t Tar is the  *    bent cough    syrup for children  “ ' n '*     r     Tastes g«»od.    C ark Drug Co.  HIGH  A FOUR ACT COMEDY  ELEGANT SPECIAL SCENERY  CUSS SPECIALTIES BETWEEN ACTS.  I  I POPULAR PRICES,  I 15, 25 and 35 Cents.  I Seats on Sale at Clark’s Drug Stere  tiHiTwnnn  tne  ™'  fob  up-to-date  urn I WUUU, CLOTHING, NEXT IO PJSTOFFICE.  net im resulted in sidetracking tin* pm e-food hill and from now  ,°ii to the end of the session the -* ateh >od bill will b» used usa I buffer against any legislation that may Im* prepared to which the lead lr* of tho senate object.  Ute vote on taking up the bill was strictly on party line** and on a subsequent motion to recommit to the committee Hie vote was 31 I® 15 in favor of keeping tho bill before the senate. The democrat« who voted against taking up Hie measure appear confident m their assertions that it will not piss at this session, and also in* s'st that the republican leader* are putting it forward to block the pure food bill and other legislation not desired by the “oig six.”  iou enjoy pastoral sayings •tuff witty rejiortee you will be on the front row at the opera hou<e next I'hur"'lay night when the Kn ecu in Stock (J,  will phn  Down on the Farm.”  Fire Loss at McLoud.  ^ Oklahoma City, Ok., Jan. 5 — Fire at McLoud, Ok , Wednesday morning, destroyed Steven’* general merchandise store, J. D. Hodge’* residence, the South Side Hotel and the (). ll. Ca*e warehouse. The loss i* $ .*0,000. The fire wus due to a defective stove.  Another Good Man Gone Wrong.  He negated to take Foley’* Kidney Cure at the first sign ’of kidney I roo tile, hoping it would wear nvwiy and he un* m»oii a victim of Bright’* disease. There i* danger in delay bur if Foley’s Kidney Cure i* taken at once the symptom* will disappear, the kidneys tire stivnKthoni-d and yo i are soon sound and well. R. lia*a of .Morgantown, Iud., had to get up ten or twelve times in the night, and had a severe backache •md pain in the kidney* and was cured bv Fole.\'* Kidney Cure Chirk D. ug Co. and Mason Drug Co.    ^  ln>dy badly burned; may die Amy Craven badly burned; may die.  Mr*. Bower, slightly burned Calvin Page, burned about the he-*d and face.  Charle- Trimble, burned about the hands and face.  IVlr. Stevenson, the proprietor, also had one of his hands badly burned hut not seriously.  The direct cause of the explo aion ’s not known, but it is believed by the management tint the escaping ga* from the ironing machine exploded a gasoline tank. Tho value of the plant is estimated at $l6,t>0o The loss  is considered about one fourth, nmm nor coley s Honey and Tar No insurance.    and    insist ujion having it, as it is  This is a new plant, having  a >a ^ e    an d    certain    in    re  on* ton I. .p,„„ 0 „    s rk   *e\i ral day* ago under a fore-chiMi'e of mortgage. Mr Gar-i i'on ha** a claim »>' |*t5 } iK)o against Ii** pioD«*rt.\ and the Commercial National bank has at other for It i^ not know'ii whether the hotel will reopen. This is the second hotel to go • ut of busine s here recently.  Four Hundred Babies,  St. Vincent’* Infant Asylum,  C hi cag o, shelters homeless waifs awaiting adoption and there are neat h 400 bathes there. Sizier Julia writes:    ’’| cannot any too  much in praise of Fole.i V Honey and Tar for cough*, colds, croup and whooping cough.” Contains no opiate* and is safe and sure. Ask for Foley’s Honey and  months. Thi* is the second ex plosion of a like character that ha* occurred in the last three weeks.  Severe Bizzard,  Killed in Oil Mill.  Madill, I. T„ Jan. 5.—Henry Robinson, about 25 .tears old, an employe of the Madill Oil and Cotton Company bere, was instantly killed Wednesday after-  New York, Jan. 5.-Not in sev- T T™  U e(1nesda -V ^ er*l years has New York  ()epit  I  , *' ,on bk  •‘ecomimf e.,tan K led n,,h  some of tue machinery.  vKited by a storm of such proportion as that which commenced Monday and continued until early today. Nine inches of snow fell paralyzing traffic, and the marked drop in the temperature brought untold suffering to the  Deceased cime from Jacksboro to this pUce ani Ii * h is a brother in Fort Wirch X »ttii ig furthar is known of his religions.  A Grim T ragedy  Is daily enacted in thousand of homes as death claims iii each  city's poor. The storm caused  l,ulI1 * s  * 8  aeath claims in each seven deaths in New York and  , ?"® an ' >lher . v,cti !" ,,f  •'<»»-un.,.ti..n virility, while many persons overcome by the cold drop|»ed to the  or pneumonia. Hut when coughs and roids are properly treated,  , tl,e trM gedy is averted. F G. street, some of them receiving    O.ikltndon. Ind.,  t—writes:    “My    wife Imd the con-  fractured bones.  sumption, and three doctor* gave  Wed Headily 5,000 men were put lier u,° _ Finally she took i»r. o work cleaning the street* of    New-    Discovery    tor    c.m-  New lork and today the number    coughs    and    colds,  was doubled.    “  The blizzard was felt at all points along the Now England  coast So far no marine fatalities hav j bien reported.  which cured her, and today she is well and strong ” It kill* the germs of all diseases. One do-e relieve*. Guaranteed at 50.* and f \ • '0 try < Jaik Drug Or and F. Z Holley, druggist. I rial boule free.   

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