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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma r f'T fi. if IK I'UK NKUs THE ADA EVENING NEWS. THE NEWS DELIVERED AT lot PER WEEK DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY VOLUME ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEB. 15, 1906, NUMBER 289 Our Appreciation Knows no bounds for past patronage Today our Mr. Henley leaves for the east. Conscious of the fact that Ada and the surrounding country expects us to furnish these goodly people with all that fashion decree A. and since we champion the wants of all the people, economy is the watch word for low prices. We care not whether your income is a dollar a day or ten dollars a day. we have provided for your wants and ask but a reasonable compensation tor this honor You may expect new J daily at lowest possible prices. QUEST OF HUNGARIANS little Hun rmrj" ox Uie One-it of Honor New York., IfeU tf> flu pusident rather late Tuesday, ani. hat' few visitors during the forenoon HP took University clulj at one p m. and spent a quiet afternoon with friends at thi lesidcme of Botolnson. bis brother-in-law About o'clock the president resumed UK that hour he fitt his brother-in-law s houso ant1 jftovo directly to Kittle HiniRarv when banquet of the Hungarian club wa- Held The east aide and the point ton made the best pn partitions in tlioli to entertain mil piotett thi m-esident HoubtoT' was deto Mted with nid teatoons and streamers High i the rotitt tin president ttxjk buns a eT electtif with thi wotr! Di on it Hum irians In mtm Costume parnikd th< vrtoich the earrii'ui- HOUSE CONFEREES NAMED I'annon Who Represent lloum- hi tJip statrliouil Fluht V Washintgon I't b Speaker Can uon selected thi conft recs who will represent the house on the commit tee They art. lit pr both house and CALLED ON THE PRESIDhNT. of Inwell, lhi> Klnt I Miiltor to full nn Kir In Vork Si w Kcb Tht (Irsi iL- icmpl ol an unw'eb ome Nisitor to tali itpou Piesidtut sime his ar- rual in orK oieuirod Tues when a man who tallid himself William fa ir to fxiwtll n sldi tils WAb HE HOLMES' tu Washlngteii, Feb 15 U Bummla, Internal revenue collector for the northern district of Iowa, has been requested (o It is stated at ihe treasury department that the ba- for thin request is the fact that 'iBamnils permitted one of his dejiu- Ues to divide his salary contrary to law with SammlH' brother who was also a deputy Mend ot Wraidmon of Worlrt Los Angeles, Cal Feb 15 A JTalkenburg, head consul Woodmen of IDA World, Is dead after a long lllneaa. Cblmtro Hptol Horned. Chicago, Feb. 16 partly tbe Brevodrt house, 143-45 I'ulli i I- inl4 to Inliann Hot h HI llofTmitn, tbi Hoffman j.initor of the Hat tmilditiK owned the wholesale niurderei H II Hcihnet, in Three perHons have now pOH- Itivelv identified lloch as Hoffirtan. Polite Inspector Shlppy hot. obtained the iianieB of fceveral others who knew Hoffman and will bet asked to Hay whether Hoffman and Hoch are Hitherto doubt has been east upon the assertions that Hoch and Hoffman were Identical because ol a belief that Hoch did not arrive in this country until 1895 Seemingly however, Hoch'a own Is all the authority they have for this They havo to the con- trary the statement of a furniture dealer here who he sold Hex h furniture in Will Tlroiin ItuiwtHn KItfit i of Nntlnuwllty. Russian Official Reports Show That Officers and Men Passed Through Hospitals. t MUSCOVITES ON FIGHTING LINE Ho Ettiumtr I hut I OOO o( tbit WnMlurK Arn llrtwAeu thft HbMkbv Rlvor mill KllHxIitll ut HelliuntMl Notv 1'lui oit 45.UOO l> The olllciul 11 ol the blutlstk -3 ndis and men hospitals Edward's Effort at the Opening of the English Parliament Very Commonplace. BRfEF REFERENCE TO EASTERN WAR. Sl iiu intuins loi tin- HIM not including tin I'oit show that I U> 1 'i D pntsed thiou.J; iht noith ot mimhei 1710 oilier is wounded ami 1 MI K r> iven wei 11 mi noil to Itussia and 21 5o tin iiinK The other half he invilldid 01 M tinned to Russii rhc Uilli I in 1 utk arc es Le iltUlu to 811- IU tlBlkniiN Wllirli iiuait AnxlKty- tin Country on ttif> Arbltratlun Ag-r nniitn Wblih Iliid llrrii ti'il Umdou IVb I Thi Mission Uio Hist iiatlliuiH in of his n inn was o wilt-el rtustinv iilit-riioon bj Kfnij 13d w nil ill iln histoiii which hns in u the hN .Ktission I ho Hull the spiei'i li din the I In OIK to the lptl loul-- uiil toinmoiu, m tlu ihauibM Iho iloumicul tini Hi d to to niin mil h i 0 tiiM i urn In 1 1 d bet wi on hotel and forcing 150 to hurried departure. Tokio, PaU li -In dlseusslng a lioit that lollfeis had refused to company the .second Huasiari I'aclflt stiuaciron on Its way North, a member uf the Japanese naval utaff said "Our sorauiandors will fire on and sink any '.oillorn found in company with the Russian warships, regardless ot thellr Vlcf! Adnalrsl Togo di- parted from kure yeetertiay, Febrv- floiiOL 1 'O.tlOO lii MHiuliiirln roKlo rob I" tiom UtX'i- plan tin tot.il Kimslan torn between the Shal lit ihei .inif Kartiin nt ol li 2 so 000 are on the (It-'tiinm Inn flu (Oiulltlon ot tht plisoiuis .mil ivl tin bodits of thi dead indliate that tin Russians au shot t ot shoes anil winter elothuiK Sonn (it the offit i t s .lie wealing Chi nese shoes It It that i snr lo the told is ireroaalnK sickness anioim thi Ktisslans ol tlu dKjmtih to tho blatt fiom Kiel The post ponoment ot the sallin-, of the Russian qnadron nndei il Nebogatoff ause a-- i mitrai tois hid plan il Mipplns ot fresh and othei tin boaid the fcteam- er Marie for transluomt in lo fho Hus n squndion ordei foi 20000 pounds ol tresli nn it has beon countpi nianded slim' t urn Si I'eteisburi; Peb lri -Ttu .iniini illation of and oihei fitlghts in Southeastern Russia on annum ol the Inabihn ot slnppeis to pioiuie ai'b whiih been uitldiimn for the itloii ol and munitions s now luithei toniplnaled laik ol coil foi in uiulxumiiiK purposes thieiiniiitu i Hi up ol the uon Indus is in tomruuni- lotnoined upon lliih.ni in n riiimlt in Nov, YoiK lib Phi lOiuULlon it Hishop 1 Ut. Limn t'u Plot H ant ipistopil ilions, ol IRO who nas tu i n ill in thi fot some line 1 1 ionsid< i unisi I m sdm The nshop is laillm In t ind th< ind is aid to Ix i ipt st inn nt i t (till I II III I'l low II t RapuK H Til) Vstnoiife -oal [iimliii is immiiii nt in this liavt no hud coil mil ittlt soil Phi staith is i losod 01 lii the poilo pioposnls loi this jinipost and added that the Utitlbh -jiuei niiient latton with the j this impoitani subject Gongratulatoiv refeiernes made lo thi of the Kinc; and queen ol Portugal to Kngland to the ratifica- tion ol the Anjfhi-Fienoh convention and ti! the nrbltiation with Sweden and Noiwnj Portugal and The speech ilso mentioned the inter- national loinmfssion entrusted with the imestlnation ot the i iruimstances lOnnetted with the disastei to Htitlsh traNsleis which lesultetl fiom the action of the Kussuui lle I Kn h ml on "I 1 u inn ol this t u ilh Inn mil his Inn iiii 1 1 om i hi itei i him id him outdoois IIK Kso7i old t piomnunt lothtn-, i iti His sixjtni old 'JN tlu 11 in ill i n the SPOW uml tolllijfj; In in when then mothii n> n In d tlv in The child Jiod u fi Vi hom 1 Ui i THB FIGHT FOB NATIONAL HEAVY WEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP HAS BEGUN THIS SPACE BELONGS TO THE RED CROSS STORE Watch for announcement of the New Store. w CHITWOOD THE TAILOR''FOR m m f CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE, PAUL W. ALLBN, Livery Stable. NEW Travel well. LoiA well Jiervieti Guaranteed Allen Livery Barn 4- 4- J. C. Warren, OPTICIAN Eyes Tested Free. n "OIL TO BURN. And why not burn Eupionf There is none bet- ter. Awk .vonr merchant to you the CUPION OIL. --------FOB SALB KY-------- B. S. TOBIN, JONES A MEADEB8, LITTLE BROS., W. J. BAUGH, REED JOHNSTON AND M. L. POWERS, W. C. ROLLOW. W. T. MARTIN, Agwrt Waters Plirci OR Coipuy The Ada National Bank. TOM HOPE, President. INO. L. BARRINGER, Vice FRANK JONES, CMMer ORVILLE SNEAD, Asst Cashier Capital Stot-k, Undivided Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Govern- ment on Town Lots. r ADA; OH1CK4BAW NATION, 1HD. TEH. SF4PFR1
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