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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 14, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 ’ill    ShVv    '>  • IN EN till' \ RU s '•V i I I I .L ii 'N \ I - , VV /■»  - ; i?' rn '    M    >“v    -  THE ADA EVENING NEWS.  ME NEWS I>ELI VERKE* at I'n* PKK WEEK  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  volume I  mmmmm ■    mmmwmmH arv.r 2* «»|  The Man Who Has Waited *  Has His Innings^ - ^^  ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, SATURDAY EVENING-, JAN. 14, 1905.  ANTI WAR FEELING IS  NUMBER 262  GREAl^fcOAT  You, sir, who have made the old suit do, here is your  mf  opportunity, and halt the winter be= fore you. You deserve a bargain because you have worn a shabby coat, when other men were sporting their new ones. Ifs now your fault if you don't make the best of it.     J*    .S ^4          One    • Fourth •    Off      On on our entire st >ck of Clothing, (oxceot in m’s black) including Boy*’ S or- Alen*.* O l l Pints.  Nan have no i lea what your money W I» J • here until you S'*e is** values.      CLEARANCE    PRICES ALL THROUGH THE    STORE     L  Henley and Biles  ONE PRICE  SPOT CASH  WOULD TOU TAKE  51,000.000  I OR YOUR EYES?  L  Dont    tV-<vn or woa r  poor  C. J. WARREN, the Optician. Fit You Ri{jht.  EYES    TESTED  : Model Babery...  Kvorv Hi intr *jav*d * * *«»: * t m I n -i \ , ort f  It lid Ut tilt*     NI...H i It    •♦it*    vs ,    I «••»«(. (    ■ 11 • * * -. Pi.    . I * M ti. j    IS      ( mndii**..    Ko    *.  x l I *    hon *»i    11 rf • I f r* ||    . t***>ti.ft    I »'A*.     SPREADING OVER RUSSIA  Sr. Petersburg, Jan. 14. The anti war feeling is now stringer rn Russia than at any time shire th** war began. The effort of tho fall of Port Arthur is just beginning to he felt iii tin* interior I of th** em pi re.  Piss itisf iction with the bureaucratic form of government i* ink* i »g mo>t pronounced lo ins in the southern di-trn-N  I boro have been Ii fry six political assas-dnati -us within the pa-t two weeks.  rho hope that tho reform* de in laded In th * Zemstovos would *» * gr.i »ted I iii" now given way to tin 1  belief that nothing will bt* J mo.  rile in ti >riti«*s are now driving tin* reins tighter over |>oiMilar gat n rings. The Odessa loiter a y Society was dispersed b the pill v* because it d scu^sed poll  tics. Delegates to tin* c ingress ; of N it ir ii science reachers ut I Ki ti were forced into the s'reets by the police with drawn r words »», cause thei sympathized with the refer ii movement.  Curistian Church.  I am thank fbi that my recovery is such that I can he with the  • lun ch again, and would lie glad to greet a good midwirter amli-  • nice tomorrow morning and evening ai the usual hours.  A cordial welcome to all visi ors.  A. M. Ila rial. Pastor.  A Georgs Wright Re-appointment,  " ftshiugton, Jan. U —The president Wednesday re-appoin-ted J. George Wright a* inspec tor for Indian Territory. His Commission expired several months ago and his re-appointment was delayed because of the Opposition from some of the senators on the senate committee of Indian affairs. His retention wa* strongly urged by Secretary Hitchcock.  Band Concert.  Daly’s Ten Nights in a Par Room bind give a pleasing concert on the streets today. They have a bunch of musicians who un h r-tood their business. Their "••Ii*, tions were pleasing and well received.  Harvard Musical Club  rile Harvard Musical Club will appear at tm* opera house next Wednesday night, Jan. 18. a* th*' 3rd number on tin* lyceum  Bankers Helping Farmers Out.  Hugo. I P., Jan. 14.—Farmers  are still hoi ling c »tton for better price*-. vijip, r  & Wilson have over six hundred hales and Wilson Bros. of F »rt Powsan have about the same amount. They are la Ming for better price* There are hundreds of hale* at each town east of Hugo on the A & C. being ho.d and the hanks are advancing money on same, and enabling farm *rs to stay with it until tile pri ',** goes up  Cumberland Presbyterian Church.  Regular services at the Ch n  Territory News Notes.  Frank Adams with Iii* Aco'ian harp  r \ icket* will Is* on sale at Wells are tieing brought in j Clark’s Drug store. Monday at 2 every lea days in the Red Fork | P- rn.    2(5i2t  * held.    |    -—  I ulvi has a gas well that D j Ben Colbert Will Guard President  • estimated to flow 5,00*1.000 cubic!    ai    t »».    .  I fem a day    Ardmore,    I. I\, Jan.    I*.—  \ mini was devoid of    electric    ^    'died Stites    Marshal Ii.    II. (MI*  j lights Wednesday night on ac I t  this city has been selected count of storm.    j as ore of the twenty-nine mein-  Mw Santa K.- Ems olos-d the >. r « of the bodyguard of Rough  last con ti aet necessary to get    »»• ,    ,  right of w iv into I ills t and grad !     Uulers  .     w,, °     w,u     " ct    ,l! * »n «-C.>rt  ins' luitits will benin    work at    *’ rr>'*idnnt    Roosevelt on    amus;-  mice    juration day Colbert was a  •Much enthusiasm is manifested i fo mer Rough Rider aud served  in Muskogee concerning the good    under    Roosevelt    it.    the    Spanish  raid* convention to he held iii    opamsn  that city Jan. 26 a i i 27.  Mi** Alit e Robertson, the new postmister at Muskogee, ha*  <li%c0v»*ivd •ainee taking charge ol ihe Ollie©, th it there are 16’citizen"* of NI iiskogoe who are in ar rears for oo\ rent.  I lie ( hen>hee Club, a social erg million at Vmir.i, starred Wednesday to enj »y an oldish one.l >hiigti ri Ie, oat bef».   1  hey Ii id gone far the *now Mined t> ram and they were  abandon tin  C*mr-«*. Uh* nu.mm ie of player- iu i i    ----  singers an I    renters comes    highly  1    b, ' rhl,Ml 1 rp a*»Vtemn church to  tee.unmended    and    the    people    of I     m ° l !  1  ' v  Horning and evening.  eor.dicpe l bv pa*tor, subject for  Their music, nhi'e of I 'P'^T’r.  lVr *7!*k. wo r, lt 11,1(1  I' 1 ' lo id t»r    I Uiviflna. R.mpon-.ibilitv.’  \ cordial welcome given to  I    every one, and special att »ution  j    to srrange-* Sunday school  ; promptly at 9:45.  people of j Ada may promise themselves ai rare treat  a high grade is popular in its: I aturc.not to classic ii for the Ord ii ary mortal to enjoy. An attractive feature will be Mi.  Presbyterian Church.  Preaching by the pastor tomorrow at ll a. rn. and 7:30 p. m. Every member of the church is urged to tie present. Fronds and stringers are cordially invited. J no. A. William 4 , Pastor.  Iowa Mjn Gets Plum.  Washington, Jan. 14—The president Thursday sen: to the senate, the nomination of James I). YeO liana of Iowa to be interstate com nerce commissioner.  Qjdker Reflections.  Don’t cry over spilled milk or money thai is Journal.  Any man is apt lo hug a delusion ii it wears p»*tticoits.  lh*- watchmaker may pay his hill*; oui he live* on tick.  dome men must get tight before they can let themselves ioo*e  The minor know* more about orcs til in lie d >es alout rowing a boat.  A woman may ask if her hat is on straight, but never her Complex on.  The fellow who parts his hair in the middle isn’t necessarily we!I bal meed.  Til*- chronic b >rro *mr would rather touch a iii in’* pocketbook than Ins ll *art  Notice.  Fay a*ses*:n3 i: N >. 3 by Jan. 19 and keep your p die? in full force, (hue City Mutual Burial Association, A. J. Mosuian, Sec. and Treas.    260    3r.  THE ICE OCTOPUS IS  HEADED TOWARDS US  The Ti Jon mal of Oklahoma says flier** wa-, a rumor adoit yesterday that an E intern c un-  .    I I    • i    v    Ii V. II till ut  puny ha I an agent iii the terri-j VV R Harris toiy working over ground* with j J H Hancock  l^ee H'irnp-hev K M Gray  C K \ ’hambers  American W ar  • j ..... ...j*    wiiu    »t    ii tiitin-of*K  view to bringing up the ice ^ ^ Thoaipson  ...    I    I    A    O—.a.  John Burton K E Betide J R Bean E Y T  Argo B I) Horton L Armstrong John Shannon H E Wyrick  Services at the Bip'ist cliureb tomorrow morning an I evening.  Pastor Maddox will preach til th * morning on:    ‘’Walk  Wirt Ii v of the vocation wherewith ye are called” and at » ighfc on:    “This    man  r evive h sinners.” Y« ii are cordially invited to at-u*ii:li tend these in**etings.  RUSSIAN SQUADRON LOOKING  FOR A SEA ATTACK  — . -    u j/ «uv    -    - -- —'. s  r  output of the two territories and H Grotts S-uthern !vm-as and Mi 8 >ouri. I    It L    .....! to be .ap- J T McAfee    ,1 R Wil-oa  itabz**d at two million dollars, VV A l^ane    W R Hall  paid iif», and with this amount a Benr.v McKinzieJ P Sitron fair-siz»d hole could be put in the \ ^    *»well    %I K Simmons  I Output    ^ J? Snider    J Sampley  • *T|.;.    j j .    D otokes    J r S indedge  lins means a good deal to Ll T Mullins    M M Stanley  I Oklahoma ice consumers, 0  *aid a | Jacob Smittic Mrs L E Adams bu*ine.*s man today, ^ *^cUiniels  an increase of I fI     CONWAY  ! half ao the consume! a now ”    ewallen  rn    ,    . ,    OAKMAN  I .ie public awaits with much L H Hy barger J F Walker interest h » **o:i*u ii tiaDon of the I    STonew    xix  deal, or at letst f >?• further de !' J  D Brown    J R Price  \ E Brow new Mrs NJ Clark  prominent a* it might mean  j London, Jan. 14. —According to the I) »i!y Mail’s Port Arthur j Correspondent Rear Aduiira - V o* Iker*am, commanding the sco ld division of the Russian «» stvon I Pacific squadron, has  • j     f   J  4, ated he **X|»eCted to be att >ek(*d  • j by the J.iaifi'*se in the Indian  • | °    Ile tliought Hie Baltic  • | squadron would callat M aho. iii  • j Vie Seyclieles group. Tile ad-mi r ii tv Ii is nit gi vt»n the slight e-fcoftici.il contirmation of tin* report <»f recall of V cv-Admind Ii »j *stvensky’s squ itlron. On  H  rn ♦  ■ SV^'  PAUL W. ALLLN,  Livery Stable.  NEW HORSES    NKW    BUGGIES  Travel well.    Kook    Well.  Si'i-'a-orv Sp rv , C( » Guaran»(*e|.  Allen Livery Barn  ■O—| +  Four HjiJraJ Si^ias,  Sr, Vmeerit’s Infinfc Ysvlu n. Chicago, ^belters Ii Mii**le-* waifs awa i ing adoption and ther«> a iv nearly 400 babies there. Shier Julia writes:    **|    cannot    say fc*w*  much in praise of Foley’s H>m*\ and Far bn* cough*, aroids, ermip and whooping eough.” Contains no opiate* and is safe and sui e. Ask for Foley’s Honey* and I'm and insist upon having it., as it i* i *afe remedy and certain in re suit*. Refuse substitutes. Clai k Drug C*>. ami Mason Di ng Co.  velopments.  Returned Letters.  Retu-ned letters held at ortho* of Ga f e City Mutual Buri ii Asse  elation. We a*k that our rn  ber* a-sist u* in notify tug tiles** members, which may save them from the **uspenled list and boa benefit to the assocation.  CITY LIST.  S \V Sinim ms J J lim*  J W Mann C W Lune Iv Wil-on  J H Baun  CENTKR  J H Moore J ll Landreth J M Birdwell  +  +  J  t >.‘ contrary Hie uffld.il* poi. t    A Grim Trag.Jy  c iliiiiA Cl Hie |>r.-p;iriition* iK-iiiK    la daily onncted in thxuannd of  ma 1<* to reinforce the squad ton I horn# 8 as death claims in each with a division of the third Pacific -qua Iron uh  that R»*jt*stvt*n.*ky will not return to Euro | lean wa tem.  — --    -    ■««**■*•*    »vm ii  Out*another victim <»t i*on*utuption or pneumonia. But when cough* sufficient evidence j and colds ar** iuo.» *rl v treat**<l.  the t»aged.v i* averted.  CHITWOOD,  THE TAILOR, FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE.  '•WWI'WV*  Notice to Taxpayers.  'Hie tax hook for fin* year ID04 is now ready . Please call at my •dbow and make settlement a-ca r !.V f is possible.  The law requires that 15 per cent be adder) on the lo h day <*f h^^Muiar.v, G. J . J olm son,  257 tit    Tux    Col    I    ^    to    J 1   , - F. G. Huntley, of Oaklindon, Iud., writes:    “My wife hail the con  sumption, aud three doctors gave lier up. I? mall.,’ she tixik Dr. Kings New Discovery for consumption, coughs mid colds, which cured her, ami today sh** IS well and Strong ” It kill* th** gel ms of all discases. One do-e relieves. . Guaranteed at 50c and £l <>0 hy (’lark Drug Ko. and F. Z Holley, druggist. Trial buttle  tm  J M I arpen ter J NI NJ eng •I M Morris E VV 8inifh W S VV ii Ii nns X E Pleven It F Pick ins B F Pol*-et Ii M L »wery J A Hayden I Z I )<*as I (J Du chain n I Ii(>s I)u11b iin NI E Green Bud (j ray J C 'N ade VV F McIntosh 'N M McCurdy C P I landers rn I * S Stringer J F Brown F IC Brown Al i Ke NI on.n I B St utts NV J S oan J A Masse?  •I A Da in it NV ll Harris J C tai pp.*  T B Byrd NN Bettice P R Nlorri*  (iGorge Irwin Join. Kemp A AI.eu  Mr s \1 .I \y a lace NN ill I'liormoil t f  D I bisti figs Hora ?e P.ay J A ll un ut on R  ( i Ch ism NV ii I lad JAI Moi TS I J L wis S Ii Clucky E J Knight SO ll irris NV R Dyer A Bi bange D I Lenge J NV” L me R F Payne NV NN Mids DO Morris N E NI ct a rey B ti Crooks J A B iker (i W Johnson  I B Montgomery live inllueiice  I ll I I. . ii . ..    a    •  TYROLA A h Conley    I’ll *s Donham  FRINKS  G D Pet ray J.din Alberson maxwell J J lone*    .I j I Gist  J V Irwin    E NI Pnilips  F N Co riel I, NI*-Gee ll C Fennell, B**f» e II E M-Culle.y, NI • Vlester J Ii >amen*, \toka J N lins**, M u'kogee J (? Welch, Vi *l»*|  Any suspiiiifet rn3ui’>e *, if in go a1 lienlr,i, univ »*e rein*tnt* d upon pal men! **f 2.n% and i-^ fri-ticle«l t* a r**du'tO'i of [ii p,-r cent upon any funeral of himself or family during lh** Mispended period.  A. J. Mo-man, Sec -Treas.  N*». 121 S. Broad a av, One door south »*f p *stotfim*.  S*ck joing S uvdriog Fits  Oijrigm* and hi ilaria can be relieved and cured wit Ii Electric Biit**r*. I hi* is a pure, '••hic un* I nine; of  v pe**iai b*ncfir in malaria, lor* it exerts a • rue caira-  tl E Morse J M Aleck G D Love P H Tax lur J L NN i Ison E D Col bort NY” F Sn inner R B Mcl^ewer  T NX Lyrah J S Reefer George ivi^gr  on th'* disease, driving it entirely out of the s\ stem. It is mu. h to be preferred to quinine, having none of this drug’-* Rid 'fter-effects. E. S. Munday, of Henrietta, Texas. writ*s:     4     *    A1    y    brother    wa*    very  low with malarial fever and jann dice, till he took Elecnic Biirers, which *ared h*s hfe.” At Clark Drug Co and F. Z. Holley’a drug price 50c,   

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