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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                I UK NKWS THE ADA J MING NEWS. THE NEWS DELIVERED AT PKK WEEK DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY VOLUME 1 ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, TUESDAY EVENING-, JAN. 10, 1905, NUMBER 258 Hi LIBERAL RESPONSE1 Greeted our Jnnimrv Announcement. itli-tund- iiig the bd w.n'her Our in Km- Wool and our Clothing discourt gained a ready response CLOTHING we you think of ni d Punts> lion tnh botik'li' I on- linn Kt d and then nt %OFF it n t tin'- a big f ut I lus me Kit n'h. 1 i s' jind t hi'dri'ii itt px Men'- lUiii-k THAT COUNTS. Our shoe business h'is been bv honest -hoos. nam a fi >c'al Men's Parent Vici und Velour, broken sizes i ediueJ from On to 5i> Men's hiirh ciade Vici. aNn IVite'nt reduced from to IMI Men's in Cult and Valour reduced fioin 5-2 50 to 00 Special Shoe Bargains We placed on site t encourage this .lamriry lean up, one lot of Staple I becked Gingham, our regular 7c line at 5c Ladies' Rnm Coats, good values, Rubber Hoots and Ovei Shoe- at Right Pi ices. Our Embroidery biugiuns offer stionir Induci met ts L Henley Biles, ONE PRICE SPOT CASH I WOULD YOU TAKE I FOR YOUR EYES? Don't nffjlpct ih'Mii or poor ylueses. C. J. WARREN, the Optician, Will Fit You Right. EYES TESTED FREE I Model BaKery.... J. A. ISLINGEK, Prop. PAUL W. ALLHN, Livery Stable. NEW HORSES Tiavel well. NEW BUGGIES Look well. Smislac orv Service Guaranteed. Allen Livery Barn THE TAILOR' FOR UP-TO-DATE Unl I If UUU, CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE, An Tribute to the Cow. While auctioneering at Spring- Hold, msrntly, Colonel F. M. of Nevada, paid the fol- lowing tribute to ihecow: "Ot all the animal f riends of is the greatest When about to sit down to your Sunday dinner, 1 wis-h I might just btrip ihe tihle of whit she produced I remove the eup of milk uniting at the baby's cl.uii; I'd take the cream, tlie cheme, the butter, the custard pie, the cream biscuit, the ro'st beef, and leave y.m a meal of potatoes, beets, klrs and t Every ap of her, from to tail, used by man We her hoi ns loeomt) the hair, her skin upon our teet. Her Irnir keeps the ula-ter on our house wal'H, hei make trine and her tail soup. Het d IN used to nictke our sutrnr white, dhd her are ground to fertilise il She has jrone, wth from Ph m  pockets In an inside coal pocket the robber girt his hand on the lut pocket hoi k iind at once 'd Ins of the burden ol can yinir it I ho put.se contained the lectipttof and Mon iluy's busines- at his grocery stoie on ftduih On ht> mi-sed bunking it und Monday it was forgot tun. hence Ihu amount in h s Owing to the darkness it was impossible to tell whether the men were white or black, but theii feet were muffled and no trucks weie lett by which they might be traced hethiM' it was known that Mr. Luther had this amount of money on his is a mere conjecture, but k-ueh may be the case, and it could bo ptohable ihat the letter sent him, atthecn- cmnstancet point that for as soon as the, highwayman became possessed of the pocUethook he told his victim to move on, makinu no further search and having u gold piece in Mr Lulher'a vewt pockel Produce House Robbed. Anarlarko, Jan. Sanders' whole-ale, produce house wan broken into recentb and thirty sackn of potatoes and seven barrels of applet tuken. A wiivon was backed to the rear door and loaded. The officers h-ive a clue to the 'ohbors, but BARGAIN DAY! On Fridai, Jannar.v 13, the News job office will accept oiders for calling cards at the rate of 50 Cards for 35c. 100 Cards for 50c. We are going to make this a card dny and make puces for thm day only. We h-ive the latent designs in type nnd the various -ize cards for Misses. Indies and gentlemen. Cash must accompany each order as wo positively will not book so small an account No 'phone >.r- deis taken Simples can be seen at this office. Big Hotel For Tulsa Tulsa, I. T, Jan. commenced on a hundieJ-ronm hotel here. It is being buMt by W. T. Brady The structure will be modern and one of the best hotel buildings in the southwest Died From Spider Bite. Ardmore, I T Jan. 10 little child of G. M Fore died Sundav exerting the result ol blood poisoning, canned from ihe bite of a spider several weeks ago. A KANSAS TOWN AT MERCY OF FLAMES Kansas City, Jan. lo. business .section of Olathe, Kan.. '20 miles south of Kansas City, is burning A special train i about to start from this citr with tire men and engines, in response to an appeal for help. Telephone and telegraph communication was cutoff noon after the break- i'ig out of the tire. Olathe is athiiving city with inhabitants and substan- tial store The loss, ns the fire seems to be beyond control of the local offici tls, max be several hundred thousand dol- lars. Five business buildings have been burned and the tire IN Hpread- ing. So fur as known there have no The post- office is one of the, das Survey is Begun. 1. T Jan. 10 sur ve.v of the Kansas City, Tulai southwestern roud to (he south- towards Shawnoe ced Mondu.y out of Tulsa. The line will be run to Wichita Palls, or Ci-ci, Textu. The road will be built, it is slated by the looil offtcers, within the next six months. A secret meeting of the officers w to be held in an eastern city within the next few da.vs. Twenty miles of the line to the northeast of Tulsa has been secured, whicn completes the line from here to, Centralia, I. T. It is practically certain that the line is a Missouri Pacific proposi- tion. J. M. Wulsh, of in Mew Meat Market. We have opened up a new Meat Market 
                            

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