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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 16, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 ill N t VV . >  »I \ l > Itn \KW w hll.lv I i ^ NKW  s  THE ADA EVENING NEWS.  the; NEWS E> Kl ..IV EKED AT tx PEK WEEK  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  VOLUME I  ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY. MONDAY EVENING, JAN. 16, 1905.  NUMBER 263  ■ aes.  WI' SM* 1 " !>  Tile Man Who Has Waited  I FILIBUSTERS SEEK TO  Has His Innings  HWSCHOMtf*  GREATCOAT  You, sir, who have made the old suit do. here is your opportunity, and half 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.  FOUND DEAD IN BED.  COMPROMISE STATEHOOD  Washington, J un. IG -Tho intention is to keep the stateh » <1 bill to the front in tile se mite (.luring the present week, with tin* nope on the part of its friends that b.\ the end of I lie week they may be able to get an agreement to vote on it. Thus far the op;>o-tunt* jf the measure have held Aint stubbornly ugli inst naming a day for lie* vole, and while they do not sM\ m ex pl ic t terms tint it is their intention to tilitmster against the passage of the bill, it is evident that unless a *oui promise can be rebelled for lilt* clum  ber of demoer if ii* senators would be prepared by Monday to take the tioot in opiositionto the bill in its present shape. He would not admit a willingness to accept tin* Ko raker or Bird amendment, but said either of them would be debated. Other democrats do n«>t manifest a disposition to hold out so stithy and some say frankly • bat ibex avo .Id feel Ii bet ally inclined to.yard tile union of Ok a boma and Indian Territory if tile hid can be conli nod to those territories.  Senator Beveridge, who is in  Wife of Lawton Bank President Passes Away in Night.  Lawton. Ok., Jan. IG.—Mrs. 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., was found dead in her bed at ber home early Sunday morning. The cause is heart failure. She was a member of the Priscilla dub, which gave a party Saturday evening, and when the entertainment broke up she left in perfect health. lier husband was away from home and her lit tie son, who slept with her, twice attempted to arouse her, but being unable went for assistance. The VV irner family were formerly of Da veil no rt. Iowa.  nation of Arizona from the meas* charge of the bdl, will be abient  from the city during the greater part of the week and the hill will oe in charge of senator Nelson.  Druggist Burns to Death.  ure they will make un effort lo prove .I a vote oefore the elo-v* of tin* present session.  (.in this account there is to be more or less discussion of plans  lor tile mmlitiiatioii of the lull Caney. I. T. Jan. 16 — John G. an t most of the talk gravitates |i orner> tor two veaw  j B  , he dl ug  reward ti,., amendment -uneated I  busineM at lhis  „ lace( was bllrned   I >1 sip ira ;, 0     Sunday moriiimr in a  Territory Notes.  Eighteen hundred head of caffle have been fed this winter at the A agoner cotton seed oil mill.  the ginners of the Indian Ter-n-i.; _    ,    it.,*,    ^    ,,    ,    .    ,  ritory will meet at Sou h Mc  n “ °    Grubbs,    which  I Alestei this month for the pur- ocurred in the north end of town  THE STATEHOOD TANGLE.  Arizona and New Mexico aa one State Opposed,  Washington, Jan. IG —Definite notice wa- served on Senator Beveridge, chairman of the statehood -ommittee Saturdav, that he will not be able to secure a vote on the measure as long as it provides for making one state of Arizona and New Mexico The opposition to this section of the bill includes some of the most powerful senators on both sides.  It can be accented as certain that if any state is created by this congress it will be from the amalgamation of the Indian Territory and Oklahoma, and that statehood legislation will go no further.  Charged With a Killing.  Muskogee, I. T„ Jan. 16.—Dr. C. E. Daily of this city was indicted by the grand jury Saturday morning, charged with the  One • Fourth • Off  (in on our outdo st >i*k of Clothing, (except rn *n’s black) including Boys' S hts an \ Men's O t i P ints.  V »u b i vc no idea w hat until you see the values.  your itionet  her  CLEARANCE PRICES ALI THROUGH THE STORE  Henley $ Biles,  L.  ONE PRICE  SPOT CASH  I  J by Senut >r Honaker non of tile von** of Arizona aud New M cxico on the question of admission, or that suggested by I Senator Bard, confining t lie opera t on ut tin*’nil to the creation of tile "tate of Oklahoma out of tin*  Tot ritory of Oklahoma aud Indian  !  territory, entirely eliminating { New Mexico and Yrizma from  Ii    Att*  t ie bdl. A num»»er of republi*  c ui" have announced themselves  | favorable to either of these modi  I he aiolis and the bout* is express d  that Mu* democratic "enators may I  i>»* brought t > accept them.    I.. , ii n  *     1  tents yv I J.  in tin* meantime the deflate will  go on. Senator B ite, the senior I  democratic member of the e im i rn ..    it  Iry a sack, bran  mince on r Tritones, sud a num (tray s Grain House.  RAVAL OFFICER DISCUSSES PORT ARTHUR CONDITIONS  last August. Dr. Dailey’s bond was set at $10,000, which he immediately give  RESPECTED SQUAW DEAD.  jAO-e of forming an association.  Sixteen applicants took the civil service examination at Mih-kog- e, with only two places to be morning    in «| nu,.d at Hie postoffice.    I  tire which destroyed his place of . The waterworks at Tishomingo business,    tile    VY Hor    Hotel    and    j have been completed and the trial  Smith’s    b acksmith    shop.    He    test of the machinery proved ! Mrs. Whirlwind,    Worker    in Church  everything was satisfactory. j    and    School,    Dies.  An approved roll of Chickasaw! citizens has been received at th**  i«    i    .    .    i    .    i    I    .    i .    .  ti  WK" about 65 years of age.  I’he fire was discovered about    I    Guthrie,    Ok.,    Jan.    16—Mrs.  lock and at the time had at i Jan I office in Tishomingo, and in Whirlwind, an aged Cheyenne tamed such headway that the I consequence there have been I IO' i s e could not la* entered The  remains of Mr Horner were found chaired in the building later.  It is undetermined whether the tire was incendiary or not. The j botel was insured for $500, con*  The other, carnal j a ,  r ,.~s75i  no iii"urand*  squaw and one of the most re-  many app icants for tiling.    I speered womenpn the’tribe, died  The owners of farm. along the | ^ tar<i She wa , , he widow of  Arkansas and (mind Kivers ink.    ,     l#     „    „  lim Creek and Cherokee nation. 1     Cheyenne    chief,    Young  are building dikes in order to Whirlwind, who died in April, protect their crops from over- 1895. Young Whirlwind was so flowing    I highly esteemed by Indian Agent  \ Woodson that he caused a head  pin .lack, who is also known bv a number of other names, was at Vian recently arid  board to be erected  WOULD YOU TUE |  $1,000,000 '  FOR YOUR EYES?  I .kin. J in. IG A naval officer who has returned hem from Bor* \rthur; discussing the condition" ’it t he fort j ess, says  “ I hc condition of tin* warship*  Burned by Gasoline Explosion.  Guthrie, Ok-, J 01. Hi. Mrs. Georg* Greenie.? "as critically burned Friday night as the re-  over his  I taken t > K <nsus on a requisition. [ ft^ve wi th this inscription, “A , rte is charged w th "teabag I,GOO J faithful friend of the whites and  85 cents at    highly esteemed by his military  °G3 lf    reca    nt    storm    almost put I f r i en -j s  **  I the Muskogee public schools out 1     , ,  I of business Th* Mttndaaen Ml  Mrs  "'nrlwind ha-long been I off lo a mark?.: deure^ and one ' interested in church and school I building had to close on account work and was tile means of  , ot searedv of fuel.    | having a mission school estab-  I he I allis Valley Compress , Storage com tinny has b(*»*n organ  ized with a capita) of $30,tkH). of j    Four Hundred Bibles,  I which $20,000 is paid up Work I  on the plant will beconimeneed at, J' 1  ineent s Inf int Asylum, once and the com im ny expects it i Chicago, shelters homeless waifs I to bo* completed bv June I.    hawaiiing adoption and there are  There is a certain point, at 1 e “. r,v 400 babi r s there -  Si-iter   tilia writes:    *| cannot say too  a mission liahed among her own people.  is a certain point, at Henrietta where the Canadian river makes a loop of thirty five miles to go a distance of two and si half mites A scheme is now  and the town was much better I  s,, lt of a gasoline explosion in her i on foot to cut a canal across this  I neck of land, which would give a fall of sixty* feet and unlimited Water power. It G said that flu* I work could be done very cheaply  c.  L  Don’t neglect them or wear poor clause*  J. WARREN, the Optician. Will Fit You Right.  EYES & TESTED ^ FREE  • WHb**  VV  E |  mm  than I had hoped f >r. Evidently there was much fortifying done at l*«»rt A ibur after tin* si**ge commenced. Tile works on 2(*3 Meter Hill were not permanent •ind the trenches there were *dmi lur to those U"i*d by th** Boers during tin* South African War  home at El Keno, gasoline into oohing paring to wa>h  She poured water, pre-  much in praise of Foley’s Honey* iud Tar for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough." Contains no opiates and is safe and sure. Ask for Foley ’s Honey and Far and insist upon having it, as it is i safe remedy and certain in results. Refuse substitutes. Clark Drug Co. and Mas >n Drug Co  "It  Sheriff After Information.  Sherman, Tex., .Ian IG Relative to the Gainesville, Ga , special stating that two men were held  Harvard Musical Club.  The Harvard Musical Club will appear at tile opera house next Wednesday night, Jan 18. a* the 3rd number on the lyceum  "•ems that the Russian** there on suspicion that they are | cour-e. This quartette of players,  Model BaRery....  Fver> riling go**d »«»«»;it nlwav* on ban I at  I hi  had no general electrical scheme I the parties who burglarized the or moi a bl** engines or dynamos 1 bu Tues" house here and subs©-for searchlights    quently shot to death an Indian  Ku"siun naval officers say that t erritory sheriff who had them  it is impossible yet to ascertain j n  eu.-toJy, Sheriff Russell said whether the Japanese fire or the today:     XI i »< ii * I It:    t kl *»’ vj I    • I ( “ll I . ( : I t» ** , I'm*",    (•( h *k ies      (’♦»n*l I**".    En*. *"<*    (* Iii VI« < m *i M  *-i I •* I In*    postoffice.     • J. A. ISLINGFk, Prop, phone i 24 .  ■ Yr -   PAUL W. ALLEN,  Livery Stable.  NKW BUGG I BS  NKW HORS KS  Travel well.    Look    well.  Siti"fa<*orv Service Guaranteed.  Allen Livery Barn  c  0=1  +  +  J  CHITWOOD,  THE TAILOR. FOR UP-TO-DATE  dormer to postoffice.  opening of sea cocks sank the ships in tho harbor. The hospital" are fairly well kept and are still used for the wounded and for prisoners.  "I understand that up to tin* time of the capitulation the garri son at Port Arthur received only special allowances, but that be fore the surrender Gen. Stossel paid off th** men. This, together with the constant purchase by the Russians of supplies from junk men, may explain the re port that there wa> no treasure left at Port Arthur.  “The treat mentot the Japanese prisoners ac Poi t Arthur did not Co ti pare with that accorded the* Russian prisoners in Jap in. The Japanese prisoners were given poor ft>od and no fuel and only  "The only notice I have of the detention in Georgia i" what I saw in tho newspapers. I have tried to reach the officers there by wire, but as yet have no answer."  A Grim Tragedy  Is daily enacted in thousand of homes as death claims, iii each one another vie*ti iii of consumption or pneumonia, and colds are properly treated, the tragedy is averted. F. G. Huntley, of Oaklandon, Ind., writes:    “My    wife    had the con  sumption, and three doctors gave her up. Finally sin* took Hr. King's New Discovery tor consumption, coughs and colds, which cured her, and today she is well and strong" It kills the germs of all diseases. On** dose relieve*. Guaranteed at 50c and $1 op by ( 'lark Drug Co. and F.  The Original.  Foley & Co., Chicago, originatr ed Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy, and on account of the great merit and popularity singers ani reinters comes highly J of Foley’s Honey and Tar many recommended and the peo Ie of j imitations are offered for thegen-Ad.'t may promise themselves a utile. A"k for Foley's Honey and rare treat Their music, while of Tar and refu"*» any substitute of-a high grade  ; s popular in its nato re. not to classical for the ordinary mortal to enjoy. An attractive feature will be Mr Frank Adams with his Aeolian harp. Tickets will be on sale at (’lark’s Drugstore, Monday at2 P. in.    261-21  Wednesday, Jan. 18, is Ladies Day at the Bowling Alley. House is free to Indies and their escorts from 2 to 5 o’clock.    261 3t  Sickening Shivering Fits Ofjague and malaria can be re But when coughs j lieved and cured with Electric  Bitters. This is a pure, tonic medicine; of special benefit in malaria, for it exerts a true curative influence on the disease, driving it entirely out of the system.    It is mu cli to be pre  for red to quinine, having none of this drug’s bad after-effects. E. S. Munday, of Henrietta, Texas. writes:    My brother was very  low with malarial fever and jaun dice, till he took Electric Bitters, I which saved his life."  fered as no oth**r preparation will give tile sa tie satisfaction. It is mildly laxative. It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate persons. Clark Drug Co. and Mason Drug Co.  ManZan is the pile remedy that eaehes the spot and stops all pile pain in-tantl.v. lf you suffer with blind, bleeding, beliing or protruding piles and want to be cured it is only necessaty to use ManZan, the great pile cure. Clark Drug Co.  twice vt re they permuted to go 7/ V, ‘ T .  K  ^    .    I.  cn saved h,s ,,fe * At Clark  I outside or tho prison”    lw    ’     lr,a ‘    Co.    and    EA    Z. Holley’* ,ru*  fro*    store;    price    uOc,    guaranteed.    -    »  How to Avoid Pneumonia  We have never heard of a single instance of a cold resulting in Pneumonia or other lung ttou-hle when Foley’s Honey and Tar has been taken It not only stops the cough, but heals and strengthens the lungs. Ask for Foley’s Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered. Dr. C* J. Bishop, of Agnew, Mich., writes; "I have used Foley's H >ney and Tar in three very severe cases of pneumonia with go *d results in every case*" Clark Drug Co, aud Mason Drug Cg*   

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