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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                S NKAI'.s THE ADA i NING NEWS. THti NJCW8 DELIVISKBD AT PKH WEEK DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY VOLUME 1 ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 14, 1905. NUMBER 262 Hhe Ma "who Has Waited1 Has His Innings sir> who Siave made the old suit do, here is your opportunity, and half the winter fore you. You deserve a bargain because you have worn a shabby coat, when other men were sporting their new ones, It's now your fault if you don't make the best of it. One Fourth Off On on our entire stick of Clothing, (except in MI'S black) including Boys' Suits ani Men's O.ld Pants. Yon have no idea what your inone.v will cK> here until you thr- values. CLEARANCE PRICES ALL THROUGH THE STORE Henley Biles, L. ONE PRICE SPOT CASH 1 WOULD YOU TAKE FOR YOUR EYES? Dotj't ppirleet them or wear poor L'lu'.ses. C. J. "WARREN, the Optician, "Will Fit Yoti Right. EYES TESTED FREE Model BaKery.... tliinir toi-Mf on luind ut tlie J. A. ISLINOKk, Prop. XK PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery Stable. HOUSES NEW Travel well. l-ook Well. Saii-fae or.v Service Guarantied. Allen Livery Barn THE TAILOR, FOR UP-TO-DATE bill I W UUU, CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE, ANTI-WAR FEELING IS SPREADING OVER RUSSIA St. Petersburg, Jan. anti war feeling is now strtnger in Ruasia than nt any time sine? the war began. Tho effect of the fall of Port Arthur is just be- ginning to lie felt in the interior of the, empire. Dissatisfaction with Ihe bureau- cratic; form of is ink- ing most pmnouiwed forms in the southern districts 'I here liavo been lifry six polit- ical assassinations within the two weeks. The hopo tlmt the refarms de minded In1 th" would no granted now given way to the belief that nothing will be done. The authorities are now inn the reius tighter over popular gatherings. The Odessa Liter ary Society was dispersed b> the because it discussed poll tics. Delegates to the c Mispress of N-if.nnl Science Teachers at Kj.'ll' forced into streets b.v the police with drawn t words ooc.iuse they sympathized with the reform movement. Territory News Notes. Wells are being brought in every few days in the Ked Fork lie Id. TuNa has a gis well that estimated to flow cubic I'eet n day V'iiiitii was devoid of electric lights Wodnesday uight on ac count of storm. I hu Santa H'e has closed the lust, contract necessary to get right of way into I'ulsi and grad mjj nut tits will begin' work ut once .Much enthusiasm is manifested in Muskoyee concerning the good roads convention to bn held in that cifv Jan. 26 ami 27. Miss Alice Uobertson, the new postm ister lit M (I .-ince t'llrniif charireol ihe. ollico, ih.it there are 10'citi- of who are in ar- rears for oox rent. I'lii' Cherokee Ciub, a soci'il uion at, Vuutti, started Wednesday to enj >y an old- I'aslnom'd sleiirli ride, but before i hey gone f-ir SHOW Mi' rain and ihev were compelled to abandon the .sleigh lor calis. Curistian Church. I am thankful that my recovery is such that I can with th church ngain, and would he g'ac to in-eet a good midwirler audi once tomorrow morning and even inir ai. the usual hours. A cordial welcome to all visi 'ors. A. M. ITarrnl, Pimtor. Cononrt. Daly's Ten Nights in a Ha Koom bund gave a pleading cert on streets today. They a bnneh of musicians win understood their business. Tln'i HiMi' y. Ai titt mctive feiiture will Mr. Prank Adams with hi-s Aeolian Ivirp will be on sale a Clark's Drug store. Monday at 2 p. m. 20J 2t Ben Colbert Will Guard President; Ardmore, I. T., Jan. United Stttes Marshal It. II. Col bert of this city lias been selectee as one of the twenty-nine mem bers of the bodyguard of Hough Hiders who will net aa nn escort t President Roosevelt on ihaug- uration day. Colbert, was a fo' Rough Rider and server under Roosevelt in tho Spanish American War. Services at the Bip'isc cliurob tomorrow morning and kiveniiiir- Pastor Muddox will preneh in th" morning on: wirihy of the wht'rewith ye are calh-d" and at. night on: "This man sinners.11 V< 11 ('onliiilly invited to at- ti-nd these ini RUSSIAN SQUADRON LOOKING FOR A SEA ATTACK London. Jan. 14. According to the Daily Mail's Port Arthur correspondent Ucar Admirai commanding the second division of the Russian second Pacilic squadron, has a I ud he expected to be attacked by t.lui in the. Indian lie. thought the Htiliic squadron would call at, in thu Si-ycheles group. ad- mir.iltv h is not given thu slight- e-t official continuation of the re- port of recall of Vice-Admirlil 14 '.jestvensUy's squadron. On contrary the officials poii t calmly to the preparations being made, to reinforce thu squadron vvitli a division of tht5 third Pacific Mimilron MS snllicient evidence that. Roji'stvensky.will not return to European waters. Notice to Taxpayers. The tax book for ihe year 1904 is now ready. Please call at BJ.V utnco and make (settlement early as possible. The law requires thab 15 per. cent be on the 10; h day of F'in-nary. G. J. Johnaon, Four St.. Vinnent's tnfmt Asylum, Chicauro, shelters awni injf adoption and. there aiv nearly 400 babies there. Sister Julia writes: cannot too inneh in praise of Fole.t V and Tar for coughs, croup und whooping c-ougli." no opiates nnd is safe and sure. Ask for Fole.yV Honey and Tin and insist upon Having it., us it i- a saife remedy and ciM'b-iin in re Uffuse substitutes. Clark Drujr Co. and Mrug Co. A Grim Tragedy Is daily unacted in thousand of hoims as death claims in each one, another victim of consumption or pneumonia. Hut when couirhs and colds are wo.n-rl.v treated. tlie tuigedy is averted. R G. lluntle.v, of Oiikkndon. hid., writes: "My wife had the con sumption, and three doctors gave her up. Finally she took Dr. King's New Discovery forc.m- "iimi'tion, couuhs nnd colds, which cured her, nnd today she is w II and strong" Ib kills the irerms of all diseases. One do-e relieves. Guaranteed at 50c and (K) by Clark Drag Co. and P. 'It Holley, druggist Trial fi'06, A Georgs Wright Washington, Jan. 14 president Wednesday re-appoin- ted J. George Wright as inspec- tor for Indian Territory. His commission expired several months ago and his re-appoint- ment was delayed because of the opposition from some of the sena- tors on the senate committee of Indian His rebenlion sbrongly urged by Secretary Hitchcook. Bankers Helping Out. Hugo. I T., Jan. are still holding c it ton for better prices. vijnttP Wilson have over nix hundred bates and Wilson llros. of ToWAon haveab.mt the same amount. They are h  Cumberland Presbyterian Churoh. Itngnlar service at the Cum norland Presbyterian church to morrow morning and evening, conduced by subject for morning, ''Persnal work and In- dividual A cordial welcome to everyone, and special to strangers- Sunday school promptly at Presbyterian Churoh. Preaching by the pastor morrow at 11 a. m. and p. m. Every member of the church is urifbd to he present. Fr.ends and stringent aro cordially in- vited. A. Pastor. Iowa MM Qeit Plum. Washington, Jan. 14 president Thursday sent to the senate, the nomination of James of lowi to be inter- state com'lieme Quaker Don't cry over spilled milk or money tlmt is Jo.ined. Any mm is apt 10 hug adclu- -ion it' it wears peltieoits. The itny pay bills out he lives on tick. bonif men must get tight be- fore they can let themselves loose The minor knows more about ores thin he djes about towing a boat. A woman may nsk if her hut {4 on >traight, but never her com- plex on. The fellow who parts his hair in the middle isn't necessarily weU b-dmced. The chronic b >rro nrould rather toueh a nun's ihan his Notice. Pay .V 3 by Jan. 10 and keep your policy in full force, (iaie City Mutual Burial Association, A. J. Mosuian, Sec. und Treas. 260 3t. THE ICE OCTOPUS IS HEADED TOWARDS US The of Oklaho- ma says there was a rumor afloit yesterday an E-iNbern CJin- pany ha 1 aircnt in the terri- tory woriving over grounds with a view to bringing up the iue output of the two territories and Southern and Missouri. Phis company is nnid to be cap- italized at two million dollars, p-iid tip, and with this amount a ir-sizi'd hole could be pub in the output. "This mr-ans ;i good deal fo Oklahoma iee a prominent business man it might mean an increase of naif 10 the consumers now." Tae public a.viit. n 1> Morris NR Mcilarev I F Brown B H iC Brown J A B iker Mike .Mon.n G W Johnson B St u t ts 'i B M out gome ry V J S'oan ,1 K A Massev J M Meek A Da rait GO Love VH Harris PHTkulor C Cnpps J L Wilson II B Byrd K l> Colbert Bet.tice W KSn inner R R 14 MoLewer George Irwin T VV Lynch olih Kemp J S Keefer Lee Hntnpihey John Burbon K M Gray K B Belicle O K Oh ambers J R llean Wit Harris E V ArjfO J H Hancock B D Horton T H Thompson L Armstrong J A Grotts John Shannon J C MeAnes H K Wyriek W N MeOacken U L Hale .1 T McAfee .1 R Wilson W A Lane W R Hall Henry McKinzieJ Sibton VV L lio'liwell >1 K Simmons VV P Snvder J Sampley J D Stokes J T Snndedge J T Mull ins M M Stanley Jacob Smittie Mrs L E Adams S VV McLiniels CON WAY G J Lewallen OAKMAN- L H harger J Walker STONEWALL T H Brown J R Price A E lirownew Mrs N J Clark CENTKR J W Mann J H Moore C VV kur.e J H Landreth K Wil- on J M Birdwell J H Mann TTROL.A A F Conley Tli >s Donham PRANKS G DPettay J..lm Alberson MAXWKLL. J Tones J II (iist, J V Irwin R P M drrell, M.-.Gee H C Fennell, H K XI -Oil I ley, MuAlesber J R Sumei'M, Aboka J N Mo- J G Welch, Vi.il. -t Any suspiiulel if in go id hcalrn, mav iw upon putnent i5e, and N en- bided b> a ivdii'-t'ou of lo cent upon any funeral of himself' or family the suspended period. A. J. Moitn-tn, Sec.-Treas. N.. Ul S. One door p Siekaning S.iivarmg Fits and m ilari.-i pan be re- lieved and cured with Electric Tliiw is a pure, ionic medicine; of tpeeial briiefir. in inalatiH, for ib exerts a true cum- tive iniluence nn the driving it entirely out of tho system. It is h to be pre- ferred bo quinine, havinjr none this Imd -fter-eflfects. E. S. Munduy. of Ilennettn, TexiiM. writ.-s: brother low' with malarial Over and jaiin dice, till he took Eleor.ric Bitters, which saved hfe.M At Clark Drug Co and P. Z. 1 lolle.y'a   

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