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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma NIK ING NEWS. Mlti MfiWb UBLIVKUKU AI PKU VOLUME 1 DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A AND MORE PROGRESSIVE ADA, INDIAN SATtrHDAT EVENING, JAN. NUMBER 856 JANUARY CLEAN UP SALE NO such prices have boon made in Ada na we nro making in this Sale. Many lines lire cut half. We Imre not bored .von all season with acostsule. simply menu to clenn up all winter poods b.v wiving prices. Dun't turret the winter is to come yet. 8 SEE TODAY'S CIRCULAR, .CLOTHING. Our entire of Men s Hoys' and Chil- dren's lothing 0 x- cept Men's Black) ifoes nl. 54 OFF From fair, lionrst. .rriiu'ar price this is a big cut.. h OFF MEANS OFF WITH US THis is What it Means: Men's 00 Suits i off. 1000 13 -Mi ]ft On (V. ti 40 7.0 4'i I I -'a ir. oo LADIES' SKIRTS WAISTS Our entire line of one f.mr h off marked price- We h-ive one d> z >n ,riice that we one ihinl to half EMBROIDERY SPECIAL We have placed i m a. a of ''t ve'.v tO'iiuC'iiLf in Hv' sui-i' tinil iislc U> tiiein. ;Mg R 'uinau's eut. f r >m one thi.rd to one half tho! prii-e. Menley Biles, SPOT CASH he Ada National Bank, rO" HOP? Ptc-i'luiit. WILLARD JOHNSTON. Vice President FKANK 'J'Nff.. Cashier. OHVlLLE SNEAO. Asbt Cashier. Capili.l Stock. soi 1'inh'vided I'rolits. Blar.ks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Govern- ment on Town Lots. ADA, CHICK ASA NATION. I M TKli. THE TAILOR, FOR UP-TO-DATE Unl I WUUU, SENATE STILL WORKING ON STATEHOOD BILL The senate is working u way en I he statehood bill. Tlierw is no hurrying, but a great drill of deliberation Those senators in opposition to the bill tire to declare that they will not indulge in any filibuster tactics. However, there is no question but that they are ao- k' to do all tiioy rt'iisonttbly to delay the passnge of ihe until the t.jme of which of itself will kill the bill. Senators, who are in opposition ire getting many telegram- from the two territories asking ihetn to vote for the bill Thn dis tches d> not seem to be doing iny isoo-t yei certainly 11 -thing hurtful to the the bill. Leu is Kaney ami sister Clyde wiU le-ive Sunday tificinonn foi rccuinseh, where hey expect, 10 enter the India no CRUM NOMINATION. The Negro Will be Confirmed by Senate. Washington, Jan. The Sen- ate' .committee on commerce I'hitr-du.v auih rized a favorable port, on niiniin nion of O.i-.Crnni to he col lee or of the port nt Charleston, S- C. (Jon- lirutution of theOtum notnination has been opposed lor three wes- of fongreaa b.v Sena'or on the ground ''ihut u col indiejiiion> are that he will now be c nlinned by the se de spite the ctions of Senator See P. K. Siniih for up t nhoto work. 152-tf TRUCK GROWERS FAVOR CANNING FACTORY PROJECT Tho I ruck growers of Ad-i ard vicinity held a ver.v enthusinsiic mectinu Friday uiorninif in the hall over the Red jL'ross st.orn. Among other things disenss i h rough the en1 ire he concluded. This the character of talk we like to hear and it sounds ness like. Now let the Commer- cial Club act on the proposition :uirl we have a plant that, will he in readiness to take care of tin- crop. Let us get to work and we will not lose another sea- son of inactivity. We 'mve the soil and the peoplo to produce the required and a super- intendent who knows every dt> of the work mn be engaged from a doze.n different sources. Single Statehood Delegates City, Olt, .Fun 7 All for ihedpfncUuie of the single statehood delega'te n to Washington in the interest ot the i'timediate pass-urft of the Hamilton bill htive nade, >md the delegation left here this afrcrnom m a private car. Ma-i.v of the d> legates from other arrived toniglit to i join the Oklahoma City delega- 1 non. ____ __ __ Statehood Arrive. Jan. 7. Henry chairman of ihe tt-rritoiitil connni ston of Oklahoma, and several other statehood boomers i have arrived in to i their ince in pushing the statehood bill through, if possible. Tlvy announce that Another strong delegation will here inn few to reinforce tht'iu. _ XXth Century Club. Roll of the Poles. History C'h'iu'er X from page 90 to chapter Lender, Carney. History of Russian music. Mrs, lieard. Polk Songs of Mrs Barton. Mrs PHYSICIAN IS FOUND IN UNCONSCIOUS CONDITION Bareheaded and with his face pressed 10 the earth, Dr. A. J. Yiirbrouyh was found tliH Cumberland 1'ieHbyterian manse this morning 7 o'clock (y J. Itaugh as he was coining down to business At first the DiKJtor was not recognized, but on exami nation it was seen that he suffering intensely from he had lain out apparently all He was at once taken to his warding house at the Kt.llerion whete me Heal attention was at given him j L'lte this afternoon he regained conscio isness and the slate- nen. that, ai about ten o'clock In- vent to the opera ho ise- but de ding that-il to i late to enter he house, started for his room, vhirh was the hist, net he n nembered. Considering! the place man wn> ir r extra clothing any kind. Th i- i-r --n'el bv on. o "I A It P t r-o f uis, a nios in t.stic plio o.' r.-ii h, .vi i h several reproduc- iohs of world's fair views. SloeMel Gives Nogi His Horse. London, Jun. A dispatch fro n Tokioaay tlmt at tbo conclusion of the interview between Nogi and Stoe-sel the latter begir d tw allowed to present to General favor Arnliian diarjr r- G neral c declin- fMTsoiiiil acceptance, pointing out that it <-nme the gory of war matei i.-il to ri'iidt-rud, hut he to tccupr. tin- animil in the name of the 'irmy Is Texas Oonviot OU a Jan 7. Prank s, iitri-.stcd here this w< ek. h-tu moved to a I'oxns who A irrain from the u -iMii-tli-i tlii re is a n-wai-il f -r m ,n, who Paul's Valley Hotel Burned Ardmorti. T I'. iy '.-HI. 7 v re nnjf roy the hotel at PiUl'n Vulh-y. The proper' y own- t-H by Mrs. .1. L- Atkins, who c nduc eJ hot I prop- s v 'u -d ;it >0. ttiih -1 Hoo insr .iv. j i -t SUM- V47 9t tJuu< n In 'ii n cur :m< ul.v wants nt once. Mr. Alexander, of Marietta, 1 T., is in the city prospecting. OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT The Lyceum' Slock Company ONE OF THE 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. FLETOHER. m mm mw m m m mmmim m m m, Kor thirty-two years has made n direful nnd special study of all chronic nnd Ion1-' disrnses, and has I ec n in the cure f mnr.v 1 cl iliinjr I evr-r saw of heard of in my 2J years of medicine rautiee in curing consuniptiv i.aiients. It is Iv mark- ablet you commenced t renting Mr. I no. Miipes ol' Ada I examined him, and ini my mind cronouneid him n c i t-t rn n r: ifoiv) tti if, wuiid not tikii tlni c-asH nnd judgement was (like many others) iiiaf, lie woalil'nut live a week, and now tlii-.k .-atoe, iC you Ii id not. commenced on him with your Steam Medication and Osieopathic treatment, .will cure whetv meditjinei fails. It is truly a miraolu it'there are at this day. May tr.xl ble-'s your ell'orts in snyjiiK the lives of those Medical M IK on, Truly L. C. AUNKR, M. D I iNEWSPA'FERr iNEWSPA'FERr
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