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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                Mf 'EH f THE ADA LVENING NEWS. THE NEWS AT WEEK DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE PITY ;f ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, MONDAY EVENING, JAN. 16, 1905, NUMBER 263 The Man Who Has Has His Innings You, sir, who have made the old suit do, here is your opportunity, and half the winter fore yon. You deserve a bargain because you have worn a shabby coat, when oiher men were sporting their new ones. It's your fault if you don't make the best of it. One Fourth Off On on our entne st >ck of Clorhinjr. (except UIMI'S black) including Hoys' Suits an i Men's O Id Pints You have no idea what rnone.v vvill tic here until you see the vilues. CLEARANCE PRICES ALL THROUGH THE STORE Henley Biles, ONE PRICE SPOT CASH I WOULD YOU TAKE 1 i FOR YOUR EYES? L. Don't neglect them or poor C. J. WARREN, the Optician. Will Fit flight. EYES TESTED FREE _l Model BaKery.. fhini; to out on Imnd nt tlu l I'.M'iil I'los, CVokios, -s. tin- ito-fotltro J. A. ISLINGEk, Prop. PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery Stable. NEW HOUSES NEW IJUIHUES Travel well. Look well. Sutisfae'ory Service Guaranteed. Allen Livery Barn THE TAILOR, FOR UP-TO-DATE Uill I If UUUj CLOTHESJEXTTO P3STOFFIGE, FILIBUSTERS SEEK TO COMPROMISE STATEHOOD H Washiwgton, Jan. 16 in- tention is to keep the statehood bill to the front in the somite during the present week, wiih the nope ou the pan of its friends that by the end of the week thoy ma.> be able to get an agreement to vote ou it. Thus far the oppo- nents jf the measure have held out stubbornly against naming a for t he vole, and while they do not in exphc t terms that it is their intention to filibuster against the passage of the bill, it evident that unless a lOinpro can he reached for the eliuii- nation of Arizona from the ure they will rniike an effort to preve it a vote uetore the close of the present session. On this account there is to he or less discussion of plans lor the modification of the bill ind most of the talk gravitates toward 'Uieml merit suggested by Sen nt >r for sep ira- tion the votc-s ot Arizona and New Mexico on the quest ion of admission, or that suideated by Senator Bard, confining theopeta mn ot tho hill to the creation of the state ot Oklahoma out of the Fci ritory of Oululvrnniind Indian territory, entirely eliminating New Mexico and Viiima from tho bill. A number of repubh- cms have arm mneed themselves favorable to either of tbece modi iic'itioris and the hope is express-d that 'he democratic senators may be brought to accept them. In the meantime the debate will uo on Senator Bito, the senior (leinocntic member ot the com untieeon territories, stud a nura ber of democratic senators would be prepared by Monday to take the tloot in opposition to the bill in its present shape. He would not admit a willingness to accept the Foraker or Bird amendment, but either of them would he debuted. Other democrats do mam Test a disposition to hold out so stiffly and some say frankly that i hex would I eel liberally in- clined toward the union of Okla homaand Indian Territory if the bill can confined to those ter- ritories. Senator Beveridge, who is in charge of the bill, will be absent from the city during the greater part of week and the bill will oe HI charge of senator Nelson. Druggist Burns to Death. Caney, I. T. Jan 16 G. Homer, for in the drug business at this place, was burned to death Sundny morning in a tire which destroyed his place of business, the Wiler Hotel and b'acksmith shop. He as about 65 >ears of age. The fire was discovered about 6 o'clock and at the time had at tamed such headway I hat the house could not be entered The remains of Mr- Homer were found charred in the building later. It is undetermined whether the fire was incendiary or nob. The hotel was insured for tents The carried no insurance Try a bran Gray's Gram House. 85 cents at 263 If NAVAL OFFICER DISCUSSES PORT ARTHUR CONDITIONS FAio, Jan. lei naval >1ncer returned here fiom I'ori discussing the conditions nt tho foi I ways "The condition of the warships and the town much better tlmn T had honed f >r. Evidently tilt-Menus much fortifjmjf done at 1'iTt A.-thur after the siege commenced. The woik.s on ii03 i'tor Mill were not permanent the trenches there nimi lar to those the Boers during the South African War "It soems that the IM had nogiMieial electrical scheme or movable enirinffs1 or dynnmos for soarchliirhts "Kussian rmval officers sa.v it is impossilile yet to ascertain whether the Japanese fire or the opening of sen cooks wank the ships in the harbor. The raN are fairly well kept and are still used for the wounded and for prisoners. "I understand that up to the Mine of (he capitulation the yani son nt Port Arthur received only special allowances, but that bo fore the (surrender Gen- paid off the men. This, together with tho coiiNtant purchase by the UuKsmiis of supplies from junk men, may explim the re port that theie was no treiifute left at Port Arthur. "Thu tteatmentol the Japanese prisoners at Poit Arthur did not Co npace with that accorded the Russian prisoners in Japun. The Japanese prisoners weie given poor food and no fuel and only twiee.ere they permed outside of tho Burned by Gasoline Explosion. Guthiif, Ok, Jan r.' Green ley was criticalb burned Friday as the re- sult of a explosion in her home at El lieno. She poured gasoline into water, pre- pai ing to wash Sheriff After Information. Sherman. Tex., Jan lei tive to the Gainesville, Ga special stilting that two men were held there on huspiciori that they are the pai ties who burglarized the business house here and subse- quently shot to death an Indian Territory sheriff woo iiad them in custody, Sheriff Russell said today. The only notice I have of the detention in Georgia is what I saw in tho newspapers. I have FOUND DEAD IN BED. Wife of Lawton Bank President Away in Night. Lawton. Ok., Jan. E 8. Warner, wife of the president of the Citizens' Bank of Lawton and president of the Iowa Land and Trust company of Muskogee, I. T.f was found dead in ber bee at her home early Sunday morn- ing. The cause in heart failure. She was a member of the Pria- cillaclub, which gave a party Saturday evening, and when the entertainment broke up she left in perfect health. Her husband was away from home and her lit tie son, who slept with her, twice attempted to arouse her, but be ing unable went for The W irner family were formerly of Daveuoort. Iowa. Territory Notes. Eighteen hundred head of cattle have been fed this winter at the VN aifoner cotton seed oil mill. The trmners of the Indian Ter- ritory will meet at Sou1 h Me Alentet thin month for the pur- pose of forming an association. Sixteen applicants took the civil service examination at wuh only two to be nlled at the The waterworks at TIM horn mgo have been completed and the trial test of the machinery proved everything was satisfactory. An approved roll of ChicUasaw citizens hax been received at the land oiHce in Tnhomingo, and in consequence there have been applicants for filing. The owners of farms along the Arkansas and Grand Rivers in the Creek and Cherokee nations are buildmir dvkes in order to protect their crops from over- flowing Bui Jaek, who is also known bv a number of other names, was Arrested at Vian recently and taken to Kmsus on a requisition tie is charged with stealing cattle. The recent Miorm almost put the Muskogee public schools out of business The attendance fell off ro a deyree and one building had to olusp on account ol scarcitv of fuel. The Pauls Valley Compress Storage company tins been organ ized wiih a capital of of which is pnid up Work on the plant will hecommenced at once and the company expects it to he completed by June 1. There is A certain point, at Henrietta where the Canadian river makes a loop of thirty five miles to go a distance of two and i half miles A ucheme is now on foot to cut a ranui acros8 this neck of land, which would give a fall of sixty feet and unlimited water powor. It is said that the work could be done very cheaply tried to reach by wire, but answer." the officers there as yet have no A Grim Tragedy Is daily enacted in thousand of homes as death claims, in each one another victim of consumption or pneumonia. But when oouirhs and rolds are orooerl.v tieuted, the tragedy is averted. F, G. lluntle.v, of Oakl-indon, Jnd., writes: "My wife had the con- sumption, arid three doctors gave her up. Finally she took King's Mew Discovery for con- sumption, coughs and colds, which cured her, and today she is well and strong" It kills the germs of all diseases. dose relieves. Guaranteed at 50c and M, go 00 by Clark Co. and P. Harvard Musical Club. The Harvard Musical Club will appear at tne opera house next Wednesday night, Jan 18 as the 3rd number on the lyceum COUINO. Thi> quartetteof .singers an! reciters comes highly recommended and the peo, le of Ada tnav promise themselves a rare treat Their muxic, while of a high grade >s popular in its nature.not to classical far the ordinary mortal to enjoy. An Httractive feature will be Mr Frank Adams with his Aeolian harp. Tickets will be on sale at Clark's Drug store, Monday at 2 p. in. 262-2t Wednesday, .Ian. 18, is Ladies Ony at the Bowling Alley. Houxe is free to ladies and their escorts from a to 5 o'clock. 261 3t Sickening Shivering Fits and malaria can be re lieved and cured with Electric Bitters. This is a pure, tonic medicine; of cpecial benefit in malaria, for it exerts a true cura- tive influence on the disease, driving it entirely out of the system. It is much to be pre ferred to quinine, having none of this drug's bud after-effects. E. vS. Mundayfof Henrietta, Texas, writes: "My brother wan very low with malarial fever and jaim dice, till he took Electric Bitters, which saved his life." At Clark Drug and P. Z. tlolle.v's .oe 50c, guaranteed, THE STATEHOOD TANGLE. Arizona and Maw Mexico State Opposed, Washington, Jan. 16 notice wan served on Senator Beveridge, chairman of the hood committee Saturday, that be will not be able to secure a vote oo the measure as Ion? 88 it provides for making one state of Arizona and New Mexico The opposition to thiH section of the bill includes some of the moat powerful senators on both sides. 11 can be accepted as certain that if any state is created by this congress it will be from the amalgamation of the Indian Ter- ritory and Oklahoma, and that statehood legislation will go no further. Charged With a Killing. 1. T., Jan. 16. Dr. C. E. Daily of this city was in- dicted by the grand jury Satur- day morning, charged with the killing of Edith Grubbs, which occur n-d in the north end of town last August. Dr. Dai ley's bond was set at which he im- mediately RESPECTED SQUAW DEAD. Whirlwind, Worker in Church and School, Dies. Gutrme, Ok., Jan. 16 Mrs, Whirlwind, an aged Che.yenne squaw and one of the most re- spected womenlin died Saturday. was the widow of the noted Cheyenne chief, Young Whirlwind, who died in April, 1895. Young Whirlwind wan so highly esteemed by Indian Agent Wood son that he canoed a head- board to be erected over his grave with this inscription, "A faithful friend of the whites and highly esteemed by his military friends." Mrs Whirlwind has long been nterested ru church and wchool work and was the means of laving a mission school estab- lished among her own people. Four Hundred Babies. Vincent's Infant Asylum, 2hicairo, shelters homeless waifs mailing adoption and there are nearly 400 babies there. Sister Tulia writes: "I cannot say too nuch in praise of Fole> V Honey and Tar for coughs, colds, croup md whooping cough." Contains no opiates and is safe and sure. for Poley's Honey and Tar and insist upon having it, as it is a remedy and certain in suits. Refuse substitutes. Clark Drug Co. and Orug Co. The Original. Koley Co., Chicago, originatr id Hone.v nnd Tar a throat and ring remedy, and on account of he great merit and popularity >f Foley'n Honey and Tar many mirations are offered for the gen- uine. for Foley's Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute of- fered as no other preparation will five the sa ue satisfaction. It is mildly laxative. It contains no opiates and is safest for child- ren and delicate persons. Clark Drag and Mason Drug1 Co. ManZan is the pile remedy that eaches the spot and stops all pile pain instantly. If you suffer with blind, bleeding, itching or protruding piles and want to be cured it is only to use YtanZtn, the great pile cure. Clark Drug Co. How to Avoid Pneumonia. We have never heard of a sin- trie instance of a cold resulting in Pneumonia or other lung tiou- Ble when Poley's Honey and Tar has been taken. It not only stops the coutrh, but heals and strength- ens the lungs. Ask for Poley's I loney and Tar nnd any substitute offered. Dr. C. J. Bishop, of Airnew, Mioh., writes: "I have lined Folev's H Tar in three very severe oases of pneumonia with tro >d results in every' case'" Clark Drug Co, and M.woa Dr uji Qg,   

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