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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma IIIK I UK. WII1LK II THE ADA LVCIMING NEWS. THE NEWS DELIVERED AT lUc PER WKEK VOLUME 1 DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND PROGRESSIVE CjTY INDIAN TEBR1TORY, FRIDAY EVENING-, FEB. 17, 1906.________' NUMBER 291 OEM. LEW WALLACfe DEAD. Our Appreciation Knows no bounds for past patronage. Today our Mr. Henley leaves for the east, conscious oi" the fact that Ada and the surround ing country expects us to furnish these goodly people with all that fashion decrees, 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 for this honor You may expect new goods daily at lowest possible prices. Commissioner Garfield Given Specific Djrec.ions by President Regard- ing Standard Oil Inquiry. (ANSAS NOTTHE ONLY FIELD CONCERNED THE RATE LEGISLATION. Hftftamont, tn TCIHH Olh- Itiriu try cock I.e..-. of In huii l.rrltory Oil Ljtitilf) toy of the SUilliltirii Momip.ny NVashmgton lib Roost hdt> iluc ltd Janus H liar Geld, cotnmibsiunt i orpoialiima of the dipartimnt ot i oinnitr anil la bur, to bttui iinmidiciuU thi uil lu u (jut Mid llu houbi> of s i in das in i HSU tulion adopti il an jimiuush 1 !n in vesutHtiiJ'i i n n n 1 tin pit i dipt will (j( n ut ui jnipK In nsivt 1h< sick it n i i n li i in i ot It mi K HI (I at l his tinn liciiit-. nliu.i in pl> II ul Kins is Ihe autlior ol llu i solu'ion itk pli tl o> the housi h >il it i oi l llu Mtiia Uon in the Kans ts IK id but In pressed to thi president hic belief thai the inqulrj once would e to the opontions of the Standard Oil company in the field of Texab and perhaps to otlur flf Ulb Will the I 11 ex torn. Piltsburg b 17 I Young, president of ihp l'i un< Oil it Gas company ot Kansas against Which the oil Investigation resolution in Wednesdaj was diicHtrd in an interview with tin Associated press said that the tin present session After bib talk with tin president Mi Pownsend salfl that .n the event no Itgislntion on the rate question i n u U tl at this session Jan Lxtraordmiiv si ssion of lons-ress would (Tllet) rnsidiMit Koose veil for next lulnnin rli.ips in Octo- ber 1 on Hoftt Qucenbtosvn Iiilind lob 17 Four men 1 ill< d and vscre ininrid ns a nsiilt ol an i o i bo inl llu liiitisli siibmnrini bo i A-0 USING BIG GUNS I Irltiu: I i lit Inth in (lit I r rulzi MiiUilen lib 17 I hi I ipuni si llrt il I in sil ly uid ut In in- on I'outilofl uiih f-nn i 2riO POIIIKI Indi Lai ing tlial .11 si us rn railroads and thereby secured i omplete belt around Muakosee, tf Message Traoamittiog Dominican Protocol Read to io Executive Station. JUSTIFIED BY MONROE DOCTRINE. Mr. KooHBVf.lt Hie I'rotonnt 1'nottpnl of Uitttmt IUKUI'K Kaillfiuv lu Mxmutliiluic tlia Acvrpt AtuUK with CrawfordBvllln. Ind., Feb. rounded by his family, Gen. Lew Wai lace, author of "Ben "The Prince Washington, Feb The message from i Lie purulent tuuibiuniing to tin senate a piolutoi 01 .in be tweoa iho Lniud lies niiU tiie Do minican iius b en oidei d luadt publu uuli the pioio col, a lettei iHiui loan li uooie 101111- crly abftistaiu il ht uc1 which a htaietuent i lie uward under the loiiuci pioiotol, and the a 01 the tomtuibSion wliith stt- i tied the cliiuis of tbe San linpiovinnfat compan> Ihe senate went into executive session immediate- 1> alter ihc iiiorning business, at which time this action was taken, j The aicbbigc is ot nearly words and wiih lead In full to the st-anuU' li U larpvlv u ol tho lights iintl duties of tin I nitcd States under tht Monioe dot trim mill the piobidint bays the piototol nffoids a piiutltal ttbt ul the itliiieniy of tho bulled States KOM'inuiont in in untainins; tlu' cliKttinc I M bt Tl-inln Ins messapi tin pitsidonl SHVS I hut condil'ons in iMin h e IJL could KC I nnv Miir'ntoc "f pav- ment 'Mould be ot ti rri- torv or taking iliMim ot the custom uff.nis ol the repnblii It is pointed out bv tho president Hint the Monroe dot. t line pro- hibit anv foreign government from bit pplne In and he MVS that those who P'oiit by fhlB dextrine must ni eipt icrtiln responslbllitips alonK with the lights It confers He further The for the United Slates this bin don anil me >r- rint, this responsibililv Is to be found in the fin t that it Is ln men Ivuii? iri wait upon Iron! lerandi of the resilient i of Plnlip Mueller Soconil ivtiiiu Hit ir r nibbed ttit doitui and his (oithman ol 0 in mon lit n Mr-> Mucllti 'Iti it ltd In llu 'hooting op em il tin dintr to let In i hii'-banel in n Inj; Si Ittiniul dot, heiunded out ol llu vestibule at the robbers 111 do wislillid Mis Mm lit i Din niandt d bv tl< lobbits lo stand but sht inn (hiiiiif.li tin lion i lo i bii' and .ilirmed tin n 11 hhot lioo I The robbers th< n i insiiKod the hou and aflt t set tinti llhir hoolj junipt 1 into the elo i i nephew of King I I I'd l-rn NIIII itHiilu nt r. rl Arthur Oht fixi 1 eb 17 steamer with 117 non (umbat uiib has armed tun Horn I'oi t It non tomb it mis u in mi it (hit pi it i t'unv U (SKllt SDlllltlS tilt llllll 00 VMll uii ul (hi loo ItbiiiiM -l> loi il liijssi nis IK nidi n int .iu tin iblt to i in li i ilon i h u is in Kit IN >H s iititixts I P mil P Stittt ilttiioiiits upoited (hit this iniinbeiv, hint ipul toi (lit n n in u s i tli (tin-, on theli l( nit iiiln is mil n t 0111- d Ih it tin me idi ni bi t loscd 'FETCH IT ALONG AND I'LL SIT ON THAT, THIS SPACE BELONGS TO THE RED CROSS 1 Watch for of the New Store. U II 1 1 It U U U THE UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE. 'L PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery Stable. N IK NEW nUGGI Tune! Look well s it i-iai'toi Allen Livery Barn J. C. Warren, OPTICIAN Tested Free. n BURN. i W. dt tn.rr Rupumi There is none bet- tiu reliant to tjive .you tlio EUPICN OIL. --------FOR HY-------- R. UHt.N, ONh.KA MEADERS, LITTLE HKOS >l Ml, RKKI> JOHNSTON AND M. i KRS, W. C. ROLLOW. T. MARTIN, Agent Walers Pierce Oil Company i he Aria National Bank. TOM HOPE P e JNO. L. 8'RRINGER, Vice President FRANK I Cashier. OHVILLE SNEAO, Cashiflf .stiwK. Undivided Remittances Made to the Govern- ment on Town Lots. Blanks Fum H'< KASAW NATION. IND. TKH. SPAPLRl
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