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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma ADA EVENING NEWS. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. OTIS B. WEAVER CO., PUBLISHERS M. D. STEINER, BUSINESS MANAGER Euteied at the Postoftue at Ada, Indian Territory, class mail matter, May 10, 1W1. a.- second- PEACE COMMISSIONERS ARE AT A DEAD-LOCK Special to th-> News Portsmouth. N. H., August p. m.--The Japanese and Russian peace commissioners have reached a dead- lock and President Roosevelt has stepped into the breach and will do all in his power to bring about peace. Baron Rosen has gone to Oy- ster Bay, by special invitation, and will confer with the President regarding terms. It is possible that peace may yet be a reality. I Tin clt'an up. name of a uood con-tiUUion and a reasonably life do you choo-e: to live like a IIO.T 'nii.l tilth and poison: and help buiy your neighbor, or spend a few hour.- and cents in clean ny; up about premises' TIII-. Ad'i News -ays no mooting was held in that town to -elect specimens for tho MiiSikogoe monkey show: that some reports say the meeting was hold at Pontotoe, a small inland town, but resi- dents, of Poutotoc know nothing of it. Something wonderfully queer of those meetings. TheXevs- further >a.v .s that the lu'ui-ter i- the only piper in the Chiekasaw Nation that on-id- er- that monkey -how of siillu-ient importance to -ay much about it We plead guilty. Tt ied to from -aymg anything about the fool thing, but it looked -o to'ten to u- that wo couldn't keep still Pun. ell "li N knew how many knocks they recoise behind their back they adopt another remarked n citizen the other day the Noble County Sentmal The eiti 'en was mistaken. The nevvspapei editor who succeeds expei ts to bo maltreated by every law breaker, swindler, hypocrite, every harp ing critic and lover of notoriety who i- ignored, and m fact by all persons who do not agree with him in all public and private mat- ter- Tho newspaper man that expect- to go through without being ruisrepre-ented and imiu-tiy censured should buy a monument, get measured for a ooftin. prepare ended Exchange LIGHTNING WRECKS CHURCH. Two Bolts Tear Through Structure, Inflicting Damage. Owl, I. T., Aug. 18 morning about 6 o'clock lightning struck the cupola of the new Methodist church at this place, practically demolishing it, and passed down through the west end of tho house, tearing out u largo hole. It then p a s e d through the double splint- ering thorn, passing out through a block under the doors, split- ting it open. Another bolt pas-od down tho roof on the south side, tearing .vo" uncomfortable i- i i ti i lard's Horehound Syrup. Don't oil the shingles, lotting in the wait until ,ho diseaM} has tfone rain, which ruined the paper. control. Mr. and Mrs. Tho concussion of tho explosion A. Anderson, 354 West oth St. broke twenty-three lights out of Utah, writes; forty in the building. The church WM in Poor Health tr Years. IraW. Kelley. of Mausfleld, Pa., writes: i was in poor health for two years, suffering from kidney and bladder trouble, und spent considerable money consulting physicians without ob taining any marked benefit, but was cured by Foley's Kidney Cure, and I desire to add m.v testimony that it may 'be the cause of restoring the health of others." substitutes, Sold by Clark and Mason Drug companies. Slop that Cough. When M cough, a tickling or an irritation in the throat makes i Q St. Ilauibal, Katihas City, Junction City, Oklahoma Cil.y, In the NorU; TIME OF TRAINS ADA, I. T. THE RIGHT TRAINS BETWEEN Houston, Dallas. Port Worth, .San Antonio, in Ti'.va.s, and all poiuts beyouj NORTH BOUND No 1 I'J Kxpivs's, daily No hocal, excop' Sumlav SOUTH IHOIIND. No. 1 1 J Express, daily 11 vt a in No. Local, evccpt Sunday. 'J Hi p m t p in ll i a in ne. dose of Pinn'e.- taken nt entirely relieve tho most obstinate can- of backache before morning. Pmules is a cer- tain cure for all kidney and blad- der trouble-. Soid by Clark Drug Co. was new and services had only been held in it three total damage to the building i- about SEVEN CHILDREN ARE i coughs and colds, We have The it for several years; it always gives immediate relief, is very pleasant and gives perfect sati i faction." 25c, 50c, !by Clark Drug Co. BORN.1---------------------- Fiendish Suffering To HawdiianWoman Within a Week Says a Wireless Dispatch. Honolulu, Aug. dis- patch by telegraph from Hilosays that liana, the Hawaiian viife of AHilua, a Chinese birth to one chi d on last I'liurs two on Sunday, one or Mon- day, two on Tuesday umrning nnd one or. Tuesday nigh1 Ah i- often caused by sore-, ulcer- and cancers, that eat away your skin. Win. Hedell, Flat Kock. Mich., says; "1 have used Bueklin's Arnica Salve, for ulcers, sores and cancers. it is the best healing dressing 1 ever found." and heals cut.-, burns and scalds. 2oc at Clark Drug Co., Tho original is always the best are cheap Bee's Laxative Honey and Tar the original Laxative Cough Syrup. I It is different from all is better than, all other.-, because it all coughs and colds and I leave- tho system stronger than i before. Tho letter B in red is on 'fvery package. Sold by Clark Drug Co _Tho most wonderful c..re for piles i- M-in Zan, put up in col- lapsable tubes with attach- ed. It it-ache- the spot, -tops uain instantly, and cure1- a.i kind- j n -f n n i i blind, bleeding, itching or pro- and )v RoUfldTrip Excursion Tickets Philadelphia, Pa. September, 14-51-16. 39.35 St. Louis, June 1st, to Sept. 30, 24.65 Chicago, June 1st, to Sept. 30, 32.65 Milwaukee. 4 June 1st, to Sept. 30, 32.65 Denver, June 1st, to Sept. 30, 25.70 Colorado Springs, June 1st. to Sept. 30, 23 55 Pueblo, June 1st, to Sept. 30, 23.55 Ogden, June 1st, to Sept. 30. 57.95 Salt Lake City, June 1st. to Sept. 30. 57.95 Portland, Ore., Various dates in June, July, August and September 50.95 Richmond, Va., September H-y-lu-li. 37.85 For additional information call on or address. I. McNAIIi, Agent. Ada, J. T. dead. Notice of Trustee's Sale. that to die young Hi- of usefulness look- at the quality of the im-im-im iu general because they are superior t tju Tm. mtobi4vnt i-tM' used. HP selects new-papers to l..ind bill- He select- a particular newspaper not because of uicuhi ion He takes into consideration the quality, if lie i- reaii.y an intelligent and judiciou- erti-'et. Advert'-my: for uon- cral pub'icity is a irood thiny up to a certain point, but toudaney advertising expert- i- to concentrate tlieir elKu t- dn ectly upon tbe individual- 01 the c lasso- th'U ai e mo-.t likely to become purer.ast.-r- Newspapers with a circulation people who ".re iiitplliirent i" the medium the nu'ichar.i get in toui h with We the Xeu i-. the best medm in t he conn try to bi 'hi- morohants quick nnd Notu o i- heieby mven tnat at ti.e 1' lieiulei .-.01. o'd stand in the of Adti I. T on S.'ttur day Argust 'M, at thr hour of '2 o'o p. m. I vv i i oiler f u -aie at public auction tbe -took of geneial monhandise ot the Henderson Supplv Co.. n the Adi branch of said Co'- I'his .s ile be foi fish 'n band tind the right is ioseivoii to re- uH-t all hid-. Thi- Aug. M. W. S. Ken, llV lot Grand Fraternal Order Eagles iXenv or, Colo.. August 11 to -4, For the above ocea-ion the from 1 er Co o., veiy low rate of lo. Ticket-on .sale Augu-t 1_, and Final letuin hunt. Augu-t 1 I-'or fin- the> particular- see ''Kity's'1 Katy Excursion to Oklahoma City. MARBLE NEAR ADA. Of the finest Grade Red and White, and Also Large Amount of Oolite. f i V I'l. "n Kd Morton, of the United Burial League, who make- his headquarters in Muskogee, has lust returned from the ChicUa- saw nation, where be has been i inspecting the marble tields. "Six miles southwest of said Mr. Morton, "triere are bun-! WASHITA VALLEY. COTTON. Bollworms Reported to Have Cotr- Aueu-t K. >V a Ky ,-peciil tr am ieuv mg Ada at s> ill.' a iij -si -0 for trip. Koturning the train will le.ive O.dahonei Citv at 7 D m.. August I'ienty of refreshment" Baud concerts, and manv other I 'all on Katy 's tber particulars. airen lur- pletely Ruined Crop. I'avi.s, I. T, Aug. I1.) Ceorge II. Pierce, a leading Wa-hita of spending-in enjoytibie Sunday Valley farmer, who ha-, 100 acres of cotton near tcwn, boil- wonns have simply ruined his cotton. There are two kind- of woirus. One is a long, hairy worm and the other is a woi m that resembles the corn worm. The corn worm seems to be do- drpd- of acre- of the finest mar-1itlK about as luucb damnge as the the I'nited States. A Texas bollworm. ble in local company is developing the tteld and at ha- about hfty men at work. I w.is shown the field by one of the of Ada. The company has OJO acres leased and it i- safe, to .say there is marble on every acre ol it. Uao there is a large tbe tirst to feet red m.irble. The second layer i- white marble and i- lioin 15 to 2o toet deep. After the white marble comes I he oo'ute. The aid while marble i> used for buiHmg purposes and the red marble i> gencral'y used for tombstones The grade of marble near Ada is quality than the well Georgia red mat bio Mr. Pierce and three other farmers -pent all day yesterday in the cotton lieldn within live miles of Davis and >ny the cot- ton crop is yono. Report- come in from across the Wiishitn River that '.vorms are eittiny up the cotton. They all say corn i- -afe, even the late corn having matured Attorneys for Semmole Nation. Soulli .McAle-tur, 1. T.Aug. I'.l. At Wewoka Thursday McKen non and Wilmott were elected by the Seminolu Council as National attorneys for tho Seminole Na- tion at a salary of per year. Frisco System. Will have very cheap round trip rates until September SOtl To points in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky. Loui-iana, North Carolina, drug store; guaranteed. G B But bans Testifies Alter Four Years. Burlmn-. of Carli-le Contei. N. Y., write- "About iDur years ago 1 wrote you star mg that 1 bail been entirely cuiod of a kidney trouble bv talcing less than two bottle- ol Foley's Kidney Cure. It entirely stopped the bru-kdust sediment, and pain and symptoms of disea-e disappeared. I am glad to -ay that I have never had a return of any of those symptoms dui mg tho four years that have elapsed anil I am evidently cured to stay heartily recom- mend FoleyVs Kidney Cure to one suffering from kidney or bladder trouble." Sold by Clark Mu-on ding companies. Cures Sciatica. r I i Cuba. New write- "After fifteen lays of excruciating pain i rom static rheumatism, under j treatment-. 1 wtis induced; to try Hallard'- Snow the !if-t application giving my lirst i olief ami the second entire, relief. 1 can yho it unqualified recommendation. Sold I'lirk Drug Co. A Touching Story is the rom death, ol the baby girl ot Ueo. A. F.yler, Cumoerlnnd, Md. He writes "At t! e -ige of 11 months, our' little gu i in declining health, wiih M ions throat trouble, and, two pi.', -.K-UIU- e her uo almost despair, when we resolved to Dr. Kings New iM-c'Overy for consumption. I coughs and colds. The tii-st bot-! i tie gave relief; after taking four1 i bottles -he was cured, and i- now jiu perfect health." Never fails, to relieve and cure a cough or cold. At Clark Drug Co. and1 F. llolloy's drug store and Si.00 guaranteed. Trial' bottle free. i Drug Co. r i A TIME Ada, Ind. Ter. EAST BOL'ND TRAINS. No. 510 Meteor, p. in. No. 512 Eastern Exp. a. in. No. 542 Local Freight, p. m. WEST BOUND TRAINS. No. out) Meteor a. m. No. 511 Texas Pa-s p. in. No. 541 Locai Freight a.m. LOCH! freight train- carry pHssenyers provided with per- nr.ts Ton per cr- saved on the of round trip tickets. 1. Ayent. TALITY, t" T. it. ri'ov.'i'I'M) 'Things Worth T. Muskogee, I. T. Waco, Texa.- Sun Antonio. Texas Shawnee, O. T. South MeAlester. I Tulsa, I. T. Okhihotua City. O. T. Tho Lurgost C'itie- in TEXAS, OKLAHOMA AND INDIAN TERRITORY Aie ail located on the MISSOURI, KANSAS TEXAS RAILWAY. Au-tin. Texa.-> Dal la-. Texas Fort Galve-ton. Texas Denison, Texas (iuthrie. O T Hou-ton. Texas T. .s i i freight ia a '.va-ou K'rxty.' you slum Ship Ada Wholesalers and Manufacturers CKXXxxi o oo-o o-oo a oo oooo-aooc oo-ooooo o o OOO-O-CKKKKKH ADA ELECTRIC GAS CO, I ADA ICE CREAM CO. I.H.HT Keep Cool hv I sing an ci ELECIRIC FA.N. j a Pure and S S Orders F illed as Received Wholesome. Soon South Carolina, Vir- ginia. and West Virginia. For particutars call on the un- dor.iigned. 1. McNair. Apent. Ada Special Rateb via Juno 1 to St 'hie 1 T. pt. 1 to ny-. Mo June i sion. i-i i ;i> i A la I "i m.'i, M! Florida PH.. Aug 17 an 1 1s. Texas, d.i.i.v n.itil until j .Sept. Ada to Denison and return, August 20th. In terefiting ganio a liner i There was quite a contest lor tbe known attorney .-hip. Mr. McKennon was formerly a member ot the Davves Commission and resides at this place.________ Dr. (Jroer, office Conn-Little ol' ball at Woud- lakc on teat date. Special tram to take care of passengers from stations Iloldenville and south I McNuir- Agent, Frisco System. building. PUone Residence phone US. w-U A tine assortment of buggies, surriei and harness and they can be had cheap at A L. Nettles'. 120 '26t wlO 4t C. F 'rch.i' Warninq a.l 1 li Order. ji r -i- (i V Mi M.irllni M< Knii'lil li S Finn) U i .il ml Tl'ii iliifi'i ilnnl, u wiirnii.l In upliimr in Iliu Court intlurtv itnj ami an-wi-i' tlui i-oinplHiiit llio pi.iii'titl i'ii. tlio linn .1 T Dicknn-ti .rinUsof ami tin-, Ut tliijr of Ann C. M Oimpliell. Clark. Seal Bjr A. H. Corntaut, A Spnnciir, for Non KwiJout, Rube. Wuuliiili Public is Aiouscd Tho public is arou-od to a knowledge of tho curative merits lot that great medicinal tonic, Kloctnc Hitters, tor sick stomach. 1 liver and kidney-. .Mary U Wal- ters, of 5Hi s't.Clair Ave., Colum- bus, (X, writes- several 1 months, 1 was given up to die. 1 i had fever and ague, my nerves i wore wrecked; 1 could not sleep, and rnv stomach was so weak, from useless doctors' drugs, tJmt 1 could not eat Soon after he I ginning to take Kloetric Bitters, 1 (obtamod relief, and in a short time I was entirely cured.'' (Jutirantm-d nt Clark Drug Co jimd F. Z. Ilolley's drug store; price Rheumatism When P'lin- or irritation exist on nny part of tho body, the application of ''Ballard'.s Snow Liniment give" prompt relief. 1C. W. Sul ivan, Prop. Sullivan Hou-o, Reno. O. T., writes, June ti. I'XXi: take pleasure in rocominending Ballard's Snow LJnunent to all who tire atHicted with It is the only remedy I have found that gives immediate relief." 25c, 50c, Sold by Clark Drug Co. Ada Pressed B rick f Reed Harrison I Tile Co. o and Pie-.-ed Hric-K. Or-g" 2 dcr1- booked erv- o '1 o Wholesale oand Retail Mak. ADA MACHINE CO. Repair Anything In Wood or Iron. All Territorial Drinks. Orders! Killed 1'iomptly. Crystal Ice and Coal Co. Wholesale and Ketnil. QnicU Prompt Service T. M. Cotten Son! nnd Builders lli'.nitpi.i rtiM at 5 uilior Ada Milling: Co. 1 ADA STEAM LAUNDRY CO, .o mill Ki-1 FLOUR yviioi, Ada's Best Ki-t.ii. White Dove Electric Light I- irivi'ti up to be ln'-l Do Largest Agency Work of any phtnl in Territory. 0oors And all kinds, of UuiUlioar HIGH GRADE COMMERCIAL PRINTING. EWSPAPERl NEWSPAPER!
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