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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. OTIS B. WEAVER CO., PUBLISHERS M. D. STEINER, BUSINESS MANAGER Entered as second-class matter March 26, 1904, at the postoffice at Ada, Indian Territory, under the Act of Congress, March 8, 1HQ9. WHAT OKLAHOMA WOULD BRING TO THE UNION. Oklahoma Territory. Area in square Indians Negroes Futable property in millions dots 600 Main lino railroad mileage Indian Territory Annual wheat crop in. millions bus Annual cotton crop thousand Annual corn crop in millions bus-. Domestic animals in millions dols National banks Slate or private banks National banks deposits in millions State or private banks deposits Common school futid, esti. in mils Cities with more than popu Cities with more than popu Number of congressmen 30 200 30 92 6 Total. 300 800 5.000 10 40 300 500 .42 72 42 98 IQli 108 92 342 tfj 21 10 5 19 Miss Ada, put on THEY are coming on July '21, 22 find 23 yonr .MUM.M.I. OUR friend, R. H. Kedwiue, has the "Allen Hustler" and the paper is temporarily suspended. Bro. Redwine is a good news- paper man and we are sorry to lose him from the "Dependant Or- der of Indian Territory MCWKKN progress is the result of improved methods of com- munications. The telegraph and telephone, the mail and transpor- tation facilities make the modern newspaper possible. The daily newspaper at the command of the enterprising merchant a most effective means of communication with hi." customers. The advertiser is progressive- The man who does not advertise refuses to acknowledge thr> existence of the chief instrument of He declines to use the agencies which the genius and enterprise of other men put within his reach. Every business community ;if striking evidences of the fact that the man who utilizes these agencies of modern progress, who puts himself in communication with the public, who lets the public know what he ha.' sell, is the man whose business prospers at the expense of those who are blind to progress- ''A i-KiNTtxi; om'ce is considered by some to be a rather tough place, and the newspaper worker a mighty bad man. Statistics, however, do not bear out that said a police captain to a Phila- delphia Bulletin reporter :i few day ''In looking over a book containing the record of rind that in the state peniten- tiary of Texas out of convicts there is not a single newspaper man or printer. There were, however, ministers, doctors, ban- kers, barbers, photographers, cooks, and of other aud calling.-. The newspaper man gets a bad name because the nature of his business teaches him to detect he scorns the hypocrite, and cannot be bull by office seekers and cheap politicians. Ardmorite. THK Fanners' Union is becoming quite >trong in this country. This is something which can be made of much benefit to the coun- try, if not allowed to suffer the fate of so many like organisations which have risen and, for a seascn. nourished in the- -that of being wrecked by designing politicians, who seek to the organi- zation as a lever wherewith to boost the own political fortunes. We are in formed that shrewd schemers, with an eye to the future, are already connecting themselves with the I'liion. designing to use it as an aid in securing the offices 10 which tni'.v when statehood It is well for ull those unit.' with the union from and that's a very kirge majority of its -elf-seeking early the action and see that thj iittie to is ilet'e.iU' I'm cell Francis Happening's Doings and Goings of Our Neighbors on the North DON'T DO IT, BOYS, TheMuskofjee Phoenix is for the statement that the citizens of have de- cided that inasmuch as they are not the of full protec- tion from our National govern- ment on account of the awkward administration of affairs bvSecre- tary Hitchcock that "old Glory'' shall not be unfurled in her full- ness at their Fourth of July cele- bration but that, she shall hang at halfma-t. Is it possible that people the maunitude of diMoy- alty that might be attributed to them in tin's ant, by can-ing this "symbol of Freedom to twng i'.er head in shanio on this eventful day, when our proud Kepnblic is engaged in commemorating the proclamation that gave her lib- erty. "Were it Hitchcock's (lag we would add our amen were it triiil- cd in the dust. Rut it is the re- presentation, of those eternal prin- ciples that form the foundation of our civil and religious freedom, which make onrs the grandest government on envy of all nations. The privilege of flyina this glorious banner was bought by the blood of our ancestors, and fthame on the manhood of any people over whom it that would refuse to unfurl ''Old Glory'1 in all her fullness, on such occasions, and bid her'Mling her folds to the breexe'' and float proudly at her will "o'er tin? land of the free and the home of the brave.'' Do what you will to Hitchcock, boys, bnt don't, oh, don't cast a single stigma on the fair escutch- eon. Wo are glad to know that Mrs- Or. Brady of our town is getting to be out again. This is picnic; day and every- one is in too great a rush to give out any news. Mr. C. S. Normnn, who is at present a "knight of the is spending n law days at home this week. When it isn't pos-ible to learn any news, and the reporter hadn't the necessary ingenuity to man- ufacture any, what is to be done? Dr. Pad bury and "Barney" took in the sights on the picnic grounds Tuesday night, but then it's not right to give out any- thing like a full report of.the "outing." Hugh Twinain reports that, he found one of our best citizens perambulating in the vicinity of the Frisco coal incline during the "wee" small hours of last night without hat then it's not right to be too suspicious. MUTINY AND MURDER Special to theKvmiltiK News. Kansas City, Mo., June p. Russian bat- tleship and torpedo boat hare ar- rived at Odesha, Russia. The crew mutinied at sea, murdered their officers and threw their bodies into the water. They threaten to bombard the town if interfered with. The situation precarious, black sea tleet momentarial ly expected, SECRETARY HAY'S CONDITION. it Will Prob- ably tM Than rirst Newbury. N. H., Juno The iMUiouncenient TViasilay from thp mim- home of Secretary. of State John Hay, was that the patent paaaod comfortable night, anfl that tha morning found him rosUnst 'quietly, much refreshed from tho night's Although Mr. H'W's sleep was but iniermltttMit, hia repose resulted in the reejainins strength. It was not however, that. the secretary wottlit aa soon as had anticipated. The ar- rival of a mirsf and of a physician. Dr. JncKdon. from Roslnn, during tho nlshl. a rpaiili of tho belief that the secretary would undoubtedly need the most nursing and medical attention during the c.orainc; days. The family, however. docs not. appre- hend any danger whatsoever from Mi- Hay's illness Uut they realize thai the atlafk ot nrafiria of Saturday, fol- lowing as it iMd a period of illness for wliiih Mr. abroad for treatment, wesiUcnrit the swnstary'.s l-liyslcal power and necessitated fit that he rjiifetly in bod for Des Motives, la., .lime Virgil M. White, the well-known DPS MoinoH at- torney who disappeared two atjo, leavius nn ovurliirniHi eanon and por- tions of l.ithiiiL; to iiKticule a tKutalhle dt-ownlns, hna tieen locatod at Detlanee, miles west of here and positively iitctititled as (ho nittiHtni; man. White has on a farm for I'VrHiison aad nayx he docs uot wiHli to return home. I. O. H-ime. law partner, anya the yoiiuK deranged. man is IS HE, TOO, A At rotinil In of UN I'uwt IiiTMlt 111.. Klvilu. 111.. June --Ar.seivie is H.il.1 li> tiavn been discovered in the stom- ach of Mrs. W. H. Uiirfrec, whose deal h here has i-aused ILI rest I., luislmml. The inlcinal organs are tiader rliemical and examination in C'hli'ago. Charles M an at- torney. is authority for tii.i stateiuent that the poison IIHK lieon found. The of a inysteioiis wtiite [Kiwder which Durfreo guve his wife IN betnt; invest llio Klgin and may solve the mystery of tho woman's d'Mth. Dnrfroo ertntiiuies to have hl.s lllmrty under a bond of Meanwhile researi'lies into Durfrne's past, are being made. Tho story has many ramifleatlona, inehidlnK several previous marriaRrs of Colon, JiiUf JS. of steam- ship auents wns hold hero to consider u futal ease of hulxmlc recent I v n-ported to have oc- curred LaHoca. near Panama. IVnd- iiin no detinite action wart taken. I'asset'uer and freighl t ruins continue to run to and from Colon and t'anama. THp iiorities of the lat- ter place have ipianinl ined lh.> I.aRoca wliarf fur fourteen 4iofwi to June R. "of Toledo, who was con- victed in the local courts here over a year ago of conspiracy t.o defraud the in connection with the sale nf Idler box fasteners, was Tuesday remanded lo the custody of the wjirden of the district jail Tor removal to HIP sl.ati- prison ill Moumlsville. Va IrrNro WriM'Itod, Ohljiliiima Cil.v. (Ik.. June I'ii'e- nvin Kisher was instaiilly killed 1'hmi- nciM- UiuKley I'nlally injured a'nd lr.x- preK.s badly injun'd in u wreck lo the Meteor in th'1 yards in I his ciiy Sunday cveninu; as the train was leaving ll'.o city fol the cast. Board of Health Orders. To whom it may coqcern. la the interest of public health all owners of vacant lots In the city of Ada, are hereby ordered to have weeds growing on game, cut and removed. Alt residents in the City of Ada to hare their back lots cleaned and weeds growing around same cut and removed. The city of Ada is ordered to have all alleys cleaned and weeds growing in same cut and removed. A.11 owners of HveAVstables io the city of Ada to have all dung and offals from their stables haul- ed away at least once a week dur- ing an tamer months All owners of live stock, cows etc; kept inside of the corporations are ordered to have the dung and offal from same hauled away and not allow same to accumulate. These orders to take effect at once and neglect to comply with same, .subject to fine without further proceedings. Hi-Gt Board of Health Asthma Sufferers Should Know This. Foley's Honey and Tar has cured many cases of Asthma that were considered hopeless. Adolph Buying, 701 Third St., Davenport, Iowa, writes: A severe cold contracted twelve yea re ago was uegleoted until it finally grew into aathuia. The best medical skill available could not {jive mo more than tempor- ary Foley's Honey and Tar was recommended and one tifr.y cent bottle entirely cured HI i? "t' which had been oa for twelve years, and if I had taken it at the .-tart I would have been saved years of >utiering." Sold by Clark Co., and Masoti Drug Co. That Tirsd Feeling. If.you are languid, depressed, incapable t'ot work, it indicates i that .your liver is out of order.! Heroine will aneiist nature to throw of headaches, rheumatism akin to nervousness and re- store the energies and vitality of and perfect, health. J. J. Hubhard Temple, Texas, wiites. ''I have used Heroine for the past two years. It done me more good than all the doctors. It is the medicine ever made for and fever." 25o at Clark Drug Co. Frisco System. Will have very cheap round trip until September 30th, To points in Alabama, Florida, Georgia. Kentucky, Louisiana. Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vir- ginia, and West Virginia. For particulars call on the un- dersigned- I. McNair, Agent. Ada, I. T. Excursion Tickets Philadelphia, Pa. September, 14-51-10. 39.35 St. Louis, June 1st, to Sept. 30, s 24.65 Chicago, June 1st, to Sept. 30, 82.05 Milwaukee, June 1st, to Sept. 30, 32.65 Milwaukee, June 15-16-17-18, 20.65 Denver, June 1st, to Sept. 30, 25.70 Colorado Springs, June 1st, to Sept. 30, 23.55 Pueblo, June 1st, to Sept. JTO, 23.55 Ogden, June 1st, to Sept. 30, 57.95 Salt Lake City, June 1st, to Sept. 30, 57.95 Toronto, June 18th, to 22nd. 37.40 Portland, Ore., Various dates in June, July, August and September 50.95 Buffalo, July 7-8-9, 36.60 Richmond, Va., September 8-0-10-11, 37.85 Baltimore, July 1-2-3, 38.00 For additional information call on or address, I. McNAIK, Agent, Ada, 1. T. TIME CARD. Ada, Ind. Ter. BOUND No- 510 Meteor, p. m. No. 512 Eastern Exp, a. m. No. 542 Local Freight, p. m. BOUND TRAINS. No. Meteor a. m. No. Texas Pass p. m. No. 541 Local Freight a.m. Local freight trains carry provided with per- mits Ten per cent saved on the of round trip tickets. I. McNair, Agent. Fourth of July Excursions M. K. T. Excursions ODDER NOW! Now is the time to place' your order for your Spring and Summer Stationery. We keep on hand approved forms of Chattel Mortgages Real Estate Mortgages Lease Contracts i Rental Contracts Quit Claim Deeds Restriction Blanks Bills of Sale Bonds for Title Blank Notes Warranty Deeds Etc. If you are going to do a credit business, use COUPON BOOKS: We have them in stock from to This is the most satisfactory way 'to handle credit business, as you make only one entry on your books, and goods never leave the stcre uncharged. Send for AMPLES. ADA NEWS. Dr. Williams'Indian Pile wiil cure Blind. Hleiunni: and Iiculng Il the tumors, ___allays tlie itcliiiiif at once, acts a poultice. gives instant re- Her. Dr. Williaujs'Iticlian PileOint- mcnt ispreiwroil for PtliMand ttcli Intf of Hi" private parts. Rvery box Is Ily clruaijtists. by on re- eeint of pric.o. ami CO.. St. Ilanibal. Ifausas City, .1 unction City, Oklahoma City. la the North.' TIME OF TRAINS ADA, I. T. RIGHT TRAINS BKTWEKN Houston, Dallas. Fort Worth. Sau Antonio, Galveston, in Texas, and all points beyond. Kate one fare plus but no rate less than 30c. Sell July 1, and 4. return limit July 6, 1905. Sell to all points on Frisco and to points on foreign lines in Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, In- dian Territory and Nebraska. I. Mt-Mair, Agr., Ada. 1. T. j NORTH I Xo. 1 I1.' Kxpres.s. 0.1 p ni Xo. except Ktituiay .11 a in SOUTH BOL'XD. Xo. 11 1 Kxpres.s. daily.......II 53 am No. Local, except 10 p in MOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS liiritv a ml tKuiisli at tncMi o ItoV il.< ije. ll. lir it CHEMICAL Tha M. K i T. R.v will sell at greatly redticexi rates to points aad oa date." named be- low: Puabio, Colorado, July 1st to inclusive. Baltimore. Merland, July 1st, and 3rd, Ningro New June 17tli, atid Hutiii'o. New Yurk. July 7th, sth and 9rh. j Toronto, Ontario, June ISth, j lUtli and Indiaii'.ipolirs. Indiana, June to 22nd inclusive. I Denver, Colorado, September' 4-tli to 7th inclusive. Milwiiuka, June 10, 17th and IStli C. F. Orchard, Agent. SO GOOD arc the I onls used iu inukiug 
                            

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