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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 7, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 HIK NKWs n\ KS HIK w V\ MILK it ^ \ KW  THE ADA EVENING NEWS.  HIE. NEUS, PHU YERKA) Al  I'N- CKK XX KUK         DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY    ----------      VOLUME I    ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 7, 1905.  I • ‘  1  " " ■" Ll  "•*    NUMBER 256  -----------------—------~""-f............ ......................mn     AHI ■■■■■■■hiH aw :wasm ohm  JANUARY CLEAN UP SALE'  NO mu h prices hive I too ii made in Ada ns we un* making j n  tlnv January Sa w Many lines tire «*ut little.^ \\ «* have not laired a urn all    with  acost sale. AA a simply ii ten a to clean up a I winter giod* bx giving prices. Oun't forget the winier i- tx* come yet  SEE * TODAY’S * CIRCULAR  .CLOTHING.  Oui* entire stock of Men s 1l<'A s' and del d i rids t lot Ii ng (- x Cept Men’s Black)  L r Uiw Pit-  OFF  SENATE SM WORKING  un . fair, horn st ai pi tee I his i> a ut.  OFF MEANS OFF VV ITH US  This is What it Means;  Men s so fin ^nit', i otf  7 ;‘*0    “  b 5<i    “  IO Od    “  “ I-J . ii i    “  I ft 0>    “  2* ».(>•    “  ii < •’  5    6»  6    40 7-0  it 4'*  11 *:> I :* tx i  L  LADIES’ SKIRTS 4 WAISTS  Our entire line *»f Dr**** Skirts t»n*» f ut* Ii off marked price. We hive ahuit one ch z *n rice V\«is s thai ive "iii cia*** fro in one third to Oma* half R gulur Price.    ,  EMBROIDERY SPECIAL  We have pl aced on a tab! * a line of K nbro d*»rv t ve* v ie lot HVT » i*’*M. II * sure ’intl ask O '**'* I iieiii. bg I it \\ > ii Iv * n I.its ca* t » ft* » n one third to one half lh * it guiar pi ice.  Henley'd Biles,  ONE PRICE  SPOT CASH  a  Capital St<H*k. -  I nd i x it led I *r«»Ii f   ^.>0.000.0(1  .........gO,2lN).(M>  Biai.ks Furnished aud Prrrittarcts Made to the Govern meat on I own Lots.  ADA, CHICKASAW NATION, IND. TK IC  ruiTU/nnn  IHE  for up-to-oate urn I nUUU, clothing, text to pjstqffice.  ON STATEHOOD RILL  The senate i* >»till tvorking axvay rn ihe statehood hill. There is m» hurrying, hut a great deal of deliberation is shown* Those senators iii opposition to the bill an* nan fill to deckle that they xviii not indulge in any filibuster ir M .g tactics. However, there i>  I ho question but that they are go PU’ to do ail they reasonably CHH to delay the passage of the bid until lilt* time of adjournment e line**, which of itself xvi I kill the bill.  Senators, xx ho are in opposition ire getting many telegram from the two icrritoiies asking them to \ote for the bill The dis p itcher d • not M’eni to be doing I any i’"o » yet a’*e ce» t linty doing i n -thing hurtful to the passage of I tin hilt.  *  L'xiis Raney atm >i*ter Clyde w id Ie ix (* Sunday itfit’i noon f.n I ec urn si h, Oklahoma, when*  • hey extinct lo enter the Indium* la iiu>u*c>s college.  CRUM NOMINATION.  The Negro Will be Confirmed by Senate.  Washington, Jan. 7.—The Senate committee on commerce Hmr-day auth ii zed a favorable r» port on tile notiiinIlion of VV. B. Crum to U* col lee or of the port sit Charleston, s. C. Con-urination of the Cl urn nomination has b« en opposed for three ses--ions of congress bv Sena'or Lilbn in on the ground  4 *ihut a col* rn! man is obj* ctionahle to a in ij uity of those who transact nusines-t through the Churle«tor* custom otfiie ** Clum i* tilling tin* position of colk dor on a lliid lee* *s apis.intliP iii and In iiulii it ion'are thai lie xxiii noxx tie c lllinuc d by the s»* Me d* spite ihe o • j ctious of Senator Tillimn.  Se** I* Iv. Smith for up to n«»\x photo xviii k.    152-1 f  PHYSICIAN IS FOUND IN UNCONSCIOUS CONDITION  Bareheaded and with his face pressed ch’ae to the cold'earth, Br. A. J. Yarbrough was found A ingin flint 01 the Cumberland I'really tcriaii manse this morning it 7 o'clock * y W. J. Raugh as he was coming down to business At first the Doctor wits not recognized, but on clo-e exami  Stoessel Gives Nogi His Horse.  London, Jan. 7.- A s|wcial dispatch fro ii Tokiosay* that at the conclusion of the interview between b'*n*»rih Nogi aud Stoessel the latter t>egg d fin l»e allowed to present to General  Nogi hi-* favori re Arabian cli arg r-nation it was seen that he was j G ncral N**gi c »Urte »u*ly dcclin-suff ring intensely from thee .Id, el per so mi I acceptance, pointing  TRUCK GROWERS FAVUR CANNING FACTORY PROJECT  The Ada National Dank.  TO* HOT P.p «unt.    WILLARD    10MMST    'N    V.rr Prrsidonl  IK A * Mf.. Cashier. ill V.LIT SNEAD. Asst Cashier  rile I ruck growers of Ad • u°d vicinity held a verx enthusiastic rn* otini* Friday morning in tin* i ti 11 «»x* ** I tin* Red (ross store.  \mong other things discuss' d xx as the advantage.# gained bv organizitien, the qu-ility and kuh s of 'ends adapted to tips Nee!ion, and mo*! important of all, tile eatiiiing factory pr j ct.  I can s if.’lx say th it every mem he r of lh** «•*»« iii t ion will do ins almost to procure Tin in-titu* pun of this cli iructer,” -aid N. T. ruck* r, business manager and secret a* a of the association ton New s r- po rf ct, *’\\ e fire more iii n x\ j ling to produce the in * ferial and I think that within a  wet k s time I could la* abl 0  to turn ox* t eon!nets for acres ; I n t. d rn vegetable^ that would k up the plant running night and la* i brough I lie en'ire season,' lie e«'lie ii-h»d.  I’liis i- the character of talk xve like to hear and it sounds business like. Now lot the Commercial Club aet on the proposition and we can have a plant that will be in readiness to tnkeeare of the Ilk lo crop. Let us get to work and w»* \x ill not lose another sea* son of inactivity W e Save the ><*il and th** people to produce tie* requlied vegetables, and a sui**r-intendeiit who knows every tit* tail ol ihe work oin he engaged from a dozen different sources.  Single SLtehood Delegates  OkUh ana City, Ok , J in 7 -AU prep aration* for I he departure Of the single statehood deleg&'P n to Washington in the interest of tile i iimedinte passage of the Hamilton statehood bill have lw».*n Made, ami the delegation left here this afternom in a private ear  Mn iv of the d legates fiom other towns arrived tonight to join the Oklahoma City delega  t mn  Statehood Boomers Arrive.  Washington, Jan. 7. Henry I A-p, chairman of the terratonal com mi sioii of Oklahomi. and • s»*vrrn! other vatoliood b mimers have arrived iii W.idiiu'ton to haul their assist ince in pushing the statehood hill through, if possible. Th y announce that J motlier strong delegation xx iii lie ! here iii n few dajs to reinforce them.  XXth Cenury Club.  Hull K-all 8u|iersi it ions of the P* *h*s  History- Chairer X fioin page HO to chapter XL—-Leader, Mr-. Carney.  History of Kus-inn music.— Mr*, Bruni.  Popular Folk Songs of Russia — Mrs Barton.  Hostess—Mrs I^attu.  Mr. Alexander, of Marietta, I I., is in the cit a prospecting.  as he had lain out apparently all nigh’. Ile xvas at once taken to b s boarding house at the Fuller ton residence wh* ie me heal attention was at once given him Lite this afternoon he regained conscio isnes.s and made the state-men. that a» a!»out t**n oYloek In* xvent to tl»e opera ho ise but de ding that it wa- to » late locater the house, stiif t**d for his room. xxiii.!) was the last act lie renumbered.  Considering the place m in w»is found it is evident Hint In* wan deted aimlessly ar mid for a «*oii!* dertible time U'fon* In* fed. His gIm-scs and hat we e f* iind s mc (Ii dance awny and he was dressed deei cd Ix th n fora xx in ter night, Im i**g w ithout oven*oai or extra cl* tho g « f anx kind  I Ii • xrs i- pr - n’e I b on f e I A ll P r )-m> f s L His, a mos ai t st ic pl to o.‘i’m It, wpIi several pictorii* rep rod ne lions of world's fair xitnvs.  out that it mine under the category of war mate* i ll to Ire surrendered, but lie *o»sented to recept the animal in the name of the Japanese army  Is a Texas Convict.  Shawnee, Okla. Jan 7 — Frank C*»x, all s L*oi s, win* x*as iirresifd here this w«ek. lits moved to **e ii I'exas c*»»*v et who ♦•scaped some ti rn*’ago A telegram from Hie g ve*n«o of lex i-io he chief of po **» tat* * ii. • th# re is a ^l"0 reward I >r luis in n. WPO was *i muni im*  Paul’s Valley Hotel Burned  Ardmore. I K, L»u. 7 — v  re •-ii tx Blurs I iy hi ira ng des roy • d the ih»mm » c* ii h«»tei at P.ul’s V’nll«*y. The properly was owned by Mrs. J. L Atkins, who <• nduc ed tie* hot I l h#* prop-•» tx x s v u<l \ f  $.*,2 >0. w uh -1 tk *o i us I’ a*  Dun* a . & i ii .* - ai iv.• j i >t ret***iveil a car of feed find cm supply a our wants at once. V47 9t  rOPERA HOUSE TONIGHT  Tile Lyceum Stock Company  ONE OF I HE RECOGNIZED COMPANIES A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION &  The Sensational Four Act Comedy,  “In Arkansaw”  ELEGANT SPECIAL SCENERY  HIGH CUSS SPECIALTIES BETWEEN ACTS.  POPULAR PRICES,  15, 25 and 35 Cents.  Seats on Sale at Clark's Drug Store  Osteopathic • And • Steam • Treatment  ==DR. J. W. FLETCHER.— _   *|° r  " llr, y «■- rs lins ma.I.- « .-.ireful iin.l sp.-oinl smilv of till chronic lim) Ion--- >l»tn*ii K assesses, and Ii... I c< n niece.-‘fill is Hie nim . f „ , .- 1    1  r;                -    -*    *»       '    I»»• --  CONSULTATION  AND  EXAMINATION  FREE  Li";“r- ►««*?'.  1  «* >» «'-•» •»      ....... I'un-umi-ivc  .w-! j.»tb-to-    Lr;"L “ 1.71,,: ,,.17tv Ti'"    '•"T" 1 " c "”"“    ........... 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