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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma WHiLK IV THE NEWS PER WEEK DEVQTED TO A LAifMSER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY i -_____.. i VOLUME 1 ADA, INDIAN EVENING, FEB. 6 1005. NUMBER 281 Butterick Reasons why you should tin- tor. Here fmv of the "Fashions in New Yor "Early Spring Dress Materials. "The Things that arft treted by J C Wilson. thc' uf Pla.ved. "His Honor vs. CupicT-A Knit- Mistuko. of Mothers. We tike for 1 for Butterick rus, THE TAILOR, FOR UP-TO-DATE bill I fflUUU, CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE, J. C. Warren, OPTICIAN Eyes Tested Free. _i Field Marshal Oyama Reports An- other Repulse for the Russians Which Cost Them 700 Men. 6AEDLTS OPINION OF KUROPATKIN. ar i of thr Character CniiiuiKiKlftr. Whom Tblnks Quick Ut-eiilou Abll- ItV (JraiB Snuatliio. Toklo, Feb. bead- telegraphing under date of February 3, aavs that on Thursday the ay's artillery bombarded from aev- polnts our wing. Otherwise situation IH unchanged. In the eUnctiOD of our cvnter, at Friday one company of the enemy's tafaotry attacked our outposts from the Mukden road, and later another section was attacked In the neighbor- hood of Doth attacks were repulsed. In the direction of our left the cne- has been nttii'-Uirin In ttie nel.nh- borhood of Llutiankciu since thu morn- ing of February 2 Their force, which consisted of the Kirst and Fifth rltle brigades, was drivi'n Ijack toward Chanptan. The i-mMny's IOF.SCS are es- timated at 700. the re- of over 300 ldea for a commission which shall consist of T. A. McNeal. the ftata printer-elect, and two others to make the necessary purchase or land and material for a state printing plant and to construct a suitable printing office. For the site the bill carries an appro- priating "f for the building 000 and for the material or so much thereof as may be necessary. The commission Is to be appointed Im- mediately after of this act and the commissioners shall receive a day. Mr. Brndy Inirodured a bill which will enable the residents of Lawrence to rid the Knw river of the Rowersoclc dnm. The bill Is penrral In character nnd will npply ID ihims In other Kan- sas strenms. I THIS SPACE BELONGS TO THE RED CROSS STORE ri> A Actftrnpr llMttlrr nnd Folk Unit' In Kf-qiiPdllnir Thxt Nrl Anlilr fur Jefferson City, Mo., Feb. ney Oeneral Herbert S. Hadley has as Keel the house committee on appro- priations to set aside an a "con- tlnirenl fund" for the use of of- fice. In explnlnlng the necessity of having this money at his disposal. Mr. Hadtey said the proposed appropria- tion had the hearty approval of GOT. Folk. Indirectly, he Intimated that a boodle Inquiry, for example, would re- nulre, to he ihorouph, a considerable outlay of money. It Is learned that the governor and the attorney general have put their heads together on eer- tntn matters pertaining to the conduct of departments, which they may to Investfcnto Rt nnv time. THE WEATHER CZAB DENIES THE PETITION OP HIS FROZEN SUBJECTS Watch for announcement of the New Store. PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery Stable. NKW HORSES NEW IHTGGIKS Trnvel Look well. Satisfactory Service (Tiiaranteed. Allen Livery Barn Model Bakery.... Ever.vtbinjf jrood to eat ill on at the Model f-titkery. Krend. CiikeN. rookie.-, N, Ktc. See him opponitr tht J. A. ISLINGER, Prop; "OIL TO BURN." I! And why not Imrr Riipiou t I'IK-TB id none hot- ter, your ;uei-cliant tc trivc you thu EUPION --------FOR SAMC HY-------- R S. TOWN. .IONESA MEADKRS, LITTLE BROS., W. J AND M. L. I'OWERS .4 W. T. MARTIN, Agent Waters Plirce Oil Company Rgck island System THE NATURAL ROUTE TO O, O. Q. R. R. MEMPHIS, THE EAST AND SOUTHEAST, TEXAS, OLD MEXICO, CALIFORNIA AND THE WEST. Driwlss- Reom RuRtt Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Denrer. FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS
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