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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma fllK (iJVKNTHh NUW8 IVSNKWS THE ADA EVENING NEWS. THE NEWS DELIVERED AT PKR WEEK DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY VOLUME 1 ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, TUESDAY EVENING-, JAN. 24, 1905, NUMBER 270 DID YOU VISIT I Our Lace and Embroidery to-day of 1905 Patterns? If not, be sure and come tomorrow nnd next dav. Many of come in 12 yd lengths and quite a few patterns are already sold out. These aie certainly rare bargains. BOYS' KNEE PANT SUITS Tuesday and Wednesday only, we will sell Boys' Knee w Pant at oOc, HO, '25, 50 and 00. These are from 75 to 100 per cent less than w regular price. W RUSSIA'S SITUATION IS BELIEVED TO BE GBAYE ADA COMMERCIAL CLUB HANDLING VITAL QUESTIONS ,The Commerchl Club met in call meeting iit 8 o'clock Monday evening. T J presid- ing. The chair stated to the elub the ofojecr of the mertinir, which was to decide whethet the tfiu'i should Accept 01 reject the K City propor- tion. Without motion a general discussion followed W. L. Reed addressed the chair in regard to the report of the commi'tee on railroad shops. Mr. Reed was req1 tested to -peak for the committee, as he one of the citizen- present at the Dieting with the lie stated to the chib that he eonsid- ered that the inter- view with the lailroad officials very satisfactory and that he believed, if the club would follow the suggestions of the supeun tendent of the Friseo- tliat Ada would secuie the shops Mr. made a motion that the chair appoint a committee to take lull charge of the business of gettinp the proposition fit-fore the pc oper nnd th.it two of coniinittee be W C Duncan and Geo. M. Henlev The chair appointed the gentle- men sntfKPsted and in addition, I. M. King. The of the Kansas City Journal '.t advertising propo- sition was resumed. A mot'On was made bv W W. to meet them on Feh- the industrial tty uld he that the proposition be rejected, which prevuled. A motion was made by Otis Weaver that the chair appoint a committee which should bo authorized to have printed a folder descriptive of thiw town rand country, its resoutces and great affotded for the investment of capital, nnd t> at the committee bo authonzed to expend in its prepatation, pnntint; and distribution and thai W W. tlii.'gins be chdiirnanof committee. The motion vailed and W. VV. Iligirins, W. L Beed and Otis Weaver was ap- pointed 10 the committee. While some time had lapsed since any fees had been collected dub membership, a tnot'on was made and carried that every member of the club should pny an initiation fee of one dollar in addition to the regular monthly fee of 50 cents. An invitation was extended the club by N. T. Tucker, secretary of tbe Truck Growers Associa- ru.uy 6, when asrent of the Fi isu present and add res- them. The chair 'hanked Mi. Tucker and alined him of the club's inteii'st A motion was made and carried that a committee be appointed to meet the Kansas Journal's statehood special nnd enterj tain them while in the citv. Committee appointed vrns G. M. K. Hills and Otis B. Henley, Weaver The club adjourned. He Finally Woke Up. Mtiskotree, I. P., Fuerstenbeig, -it Wochirtv, I. T had one of his trim chewed nearly off a don which lie had times put out ot ire being thrown state of sieg- 'ind been issued thai the people who their houses do so at their risk ol being Many f lightened ire liymg from the city or bar- ricaling then selves in then Tomes. OLheis marooned in lotels, but the or revo uti mists bo called, or g.fh oring in the streets nnd the wi d >st rumois areeiiculated Armed men are reported to marching o their aid fiom various Twelve thousand strikers from he Capiloff sixteen miles iway, are stated to have beaten jack a detachment of troops nt to deal wiih them and advanc- ng on to M Poterslmig A b has been throw n among t regiment of Cossai k> near the Winter Palace and the n volution sts are hourly growing bolder fhere seems every prOspocitofa it revolution, and this nn-j city is threatened with a of terror that equal hat of the Fiench ruxolution. The Empress, that opponent ot reform, mij-'ht paralh I XVI, ias Hod, and the nasty's one lope is th.it the hoops are -till tanch. It is hi'll in rebellion Mill sitan trying to extinguish he tiie ith his hoofs. Monkeys to Pick Prunes. -Sin Jose, Cal., Jan. proposition to train to pick the prune crop has been ad- vanced Marion V. Seeley, an orch-udtst who resides in this city lie conceived the idea of training the animals, to do suc-h work while a resident of Central Amct ic'i. that has made (irrangementa with A li Janos, of Acapulco, Ptnama, for 500 natne tamed monke.xs, and that t'ii- It- m in people, and quar- ters in tin' d cV- ll.it I isou mid ing on Mam striet hive t.ikt n .1 lease on the Walsh build- mir rcconth occupied by Dunc-in E.ist Alain street, w til move into it about Ft h- i-uary 1. An extension will be built fb Rebuild ing leaching to the and the building oth envise will be aiianged for a wholesale business. Died An irentlem-in mimed n-n i ison died t his moi ning at ihe te-idiMice of n honinhw the n.imeof I'.nk-, resHinir on West The tnmilv recently here ftotn Clatendon, Ar- KansHs Tho burial will t-iko ice Wednesday at BEVERID6E FAILED TO GET AN AGREEMENT Word reached the today that the condition of J. W. Col- lins, a veil known and respected citizen of Stonewall, tormt-rh ol Vda, was much and hopes were entertained for rec >verv. Mr Collins for the past ten 8 has been quite ill and has gradua'U grown until three ngo ho becume uncon- His relatives have, been summoned to his bedside, as it is thought present length of tune. cannut io Hurvive his any great Quite a of our voung people enjoyed n plensant after noon and at the hospi- table home of I. Hums last, Sun- dny. Musjc and light refresh- ments ved tu uasa the hours away 'a tlan '21 f'ye ni-icle nnother inoirec nal elToi t in the senate Mond >y o liave a tune n'xetl for voiinjjr on 10 siateh1 oil lull The opposing spuators expressed an unwilling no-s to on tin1 hill until (he aniendiiiots shall havo boon dis- posed of, and Mr. licv undfjfo would not consent to a vote on them without an agieotnent ex- tending to the bill itself Mr Hoveiidjro made an eff >rt to secure nn atrreeincnt to on the bill but opposing senators ing that no for a vote on the bill it-elf could bo nn mod until the amendment had been voted on Mr. Bevpridsjre nufigestud that a vote bo taken on Mr. futiot son's amendment eliminating Arizona, on Friday, the 'J7th instant, and on the bill itself, Niruidav, Kebi u iry 4 "It is contraiy to piecedent to fix a date to vote on statehood bills" Hiijrgi-sti'd Mr. Cat mack, rofcrrinjf to the opposit'on to the omnibus statehood bill of lust session, which wax lod hy Mr. Beveridxe. The thrift created a general at Mr. Heveridge's expense, in which he joined. At 5 o'clock tho senatv ad- Jpurned, Sorosis. Sorosjs met with Mis I. M Jnnuiry 'JO. Mrs C O. Ivirton hiving been elected to Mrs. Nance's term, assumed tho duties of her otlice with e iso. The elnb voted to take up the of snpplvinR the schools uirh drinking lount-iins A c 'in nuttce consisting ot Mos'lames KinR and .Jo'nnson was ftp- pointed to investijjj.i'0 tho nutter, 'I lie club will continue the of Henry VII throughout the The social feature of the was all that be ished Store Robbed. The store of J E. Keller nt Tj lola was entered Mond.iy niuht mid robhed of a number ot pans of and other wealing up parel. An entrtinco wns effected tin oujrh tho roar door. Ofticer.s Hrfnts- and Chapman ]otL nt once with a piiir of blood hounds and it is hoped that ihe lobbers may be tiaced to their hiding place Dr Yon ng Pepper and Vernon Harris, of Franklin, Kentueln, arc in the city on a prospecting tour The gentlemen are looking tor a location for the establishing of a hanking institution. while in tho city they calltd on their Dr. Martin and family, Uml VYUUU, THE wun FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE. PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery Stable. NEW HORSES Tiavel well. NEW BUGGIES Look well. Satisfactory Service Guaranteed. Allen Livery Barn Model Bakery.... Kvon thing tfond to eat alwiivs on hand at the Model Uictd. ('-ikes. I'les. (Hindu's, liirn opposite the pohtnlnep. J. A. IS LINGER, Prop. "OIL TO BURN." f I I I And why not burn Eupion? There is none bi t- tor Ask vonr mcic.li.irit (o jou the EUPION -------FOR R. TOBIX, JON K LI ITLE BROS J. HUJl.FI, UKKI) AND M. L. Kli-. W. T. MARTIN, Agent Waters Pierce Oil Company WOULD YOU TAKE FOR YOUR EYES? Don't, nojjftwt them "r poor i! lasses. C. J. WARREN, the Optician, Will Fit EYES TESTED FREE icBinBKmHEBnsBGEEKsamB cents jrivt'n aw.iy 1C I' U> tl.lllj II HM1S stops, iho object of tin li is to iMiltj; hten ami uistrni't thi-e in the desu i ami fi nsilnlm of I ho Uootl Ivo.ids niiM-nniit At (loinls t> slops are tn lie in.iile. shcirf li-i-tnfis .ind piiclu-.il lienion.sti ,v- tlOMS eilHIl lit liltixl Uo.ll's U i In1 111. 11- '1 liis is soul I limy .if I he nt must I.IIH t i niei s. lnisinevs men ami emu inn nil ie> in yt nei .il n m ill iuvit.it ion i-> to all loulteiut those 'rood K Mils convent inns 6000 ROADS MEAN INCREASED BUSINESS One IMII-C l'ln4L''c f .r tin- Uo.iml l'i ip, via M 1C T liy f i oin Millions 50 nulls ASK "KATY'S" AQENT. FRIS'O SYSTEM Chicago Eastern Illinois R. R. Double Daily Trains ------------------------BKTWEKN------------------------- St. Louis Chicago MORNING AND EVENING From LaSalle Street Station, Chicago, a. m. p. m. From Union Sta, (Mer'ts. 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