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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                N. ADA EVENING NEWS. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. OTIS B. WEAVER CO M. D. STEINER, PUBLISHERS BUSINESS MANAGER Kntared as Secoud elites mutter Adii, Indiau Tcrritorj, under March 2fi, 1904, ut the Postoffikce at tho Act of Congress March 8, 1869 inn rates furnished on application THE STATEHOOD PARAGRAPH'S EMPHASIS. In the statehood parapraph of the President's message one can detect a note of impatience. He is obviously fretted with Coujtroiisi tor not having loujr ago passed the necessary enabling act instead of frittering away weeks and months in fruitless delibtrtt- tion. In the very brevitj of the paragraph is observable the au- thor's impatience. He evidently regards the territories' right to statehood so palpably plain ay not to need much mention. The status of the matter 110 longer warrants debate scarcely discussion; but demands dec-isive, final action. And the President mighty right. Durinjf the Rooseve'.tian era the nation has assumed new burdens, its influence and intei have vastly widened, its problems have crown bijjjror aud grav- er. new and iotensifiod demand the bulk of Con- tiiue ami labors. Not that statehood is unimjwrtnnt; the granting of joint statehood is simply a duty so plain and imperative. that further debate or delay SB useless yea. criminal, considering the other momentous matters clamoring? for congressional consider For years Oklahoma aud Indian Territory have been up to the standard of the states in the matter of citizenship, of wealth, of in- dustrial development, of capacity for self government During all this time we should have had representatives in Congress sharing the burdens and helpiny to the great problems of state. In stend of that, we have continued to constitute the government's great burdeu. The administration of our territorial :iffnirs> has squandered much time of Congress, of. the executive, and of the departments, not to mention the vast amount of money vast iid The government of those provinces bus been ti source oi un- vexation to both the governing and the governed." The fedrM.ii powers should have something else to do taking rare of the Indian and the Republican office-seeker. It is high time, ripe tune, to end tho.so N os, it is dv.ziiy nigh t4iue and de.ul 1 1 1 I 1 1 i I 1 1 9 TIIKSK Republican oftue liolder> and coi are Keep- ing the road to Washington hot tnosi M Ml llt'l lilt KUV naturally OkLihomi i> ot cue McGuire bill n'MUct, pei tiuinetit' capital atGuthrio. So 1.1 Ad-i a li'tle bit illlllllliU Oi 'no H( liberty to bu Ut lc >M- you choose, but it must be- M. "Chase Laprobes" From to No other brand of robe is so good. Buy one of our best, which is a beauty and will last 'most a lifetime. Buck's Cook Stove Is a Peacemaker in Every Home Remember your wife as you once did and gladen her heart with1 a BUCK'S WHITE ENAMELED cook stove for a Christmas gift. It is given up to be the best that money can buy. ROASTING to fit any size turkey, at our store-the is right, too. I COOKS REDUCED on saddles and tug harness FOR 30 DAYS We are headquarters for barb wire, Elwood hog wire roofing iron, etc. .Ada Hardware Co Has i Main Street. Duncan Block. OUM ti hunt. FRISCO. Christmas .ind (Mew Year Holiday Excursion to the Southeast pioviMon ilio nou ar-ion ticlict- 10 'UK t ui rno-t any old tin that South m Kon Bewildering Add Tue-day afteinoon n yOUth (M HIS.' sCTUtllll PlllfJ ''K on Mam To n looked GUI-lulls., lu- You ll] tO e who 1 IM- ffective W. D tod want H "winl'1   fiuin cl-ite ot I International Live Stock Exposition. Mile. lAn pel i tn-'uliir-. i all on I AJc'Nur, At_'i'nt, Adi, J T i i I j, to Honda jnd Cuba. Christmas and New Years Holiday Kxt'ursion Kites Frisco. Kite one ami one third faie foi the round ti in, but nothing tunu Tin Ticket" on sale Oeceuaber -Jiiud 2.5rd, -Jlth kJ5th, 3tith und I'.ls-t, and January 1st Jjiinit lor re turu iluniiaiv kh, 190b'. For in- forui'itiop to what point- we ai "atos, cu-. cull on 1 McNiui, Ayent, Ada, 1 T- "You see, I left my IOUH'ftore on this stiett-irn lead suit1 it wa-' on .-ut 1 can t just locate it. N iio, ou knou what I'm ymnt: to No' Why, f'tn noinir ip vondei to the end oi ,ind double all tlu- u sparchmif Bvoi-y -Uoiv thf route Ceitainly Ada bip v Died Claud. the ten year 'd son of S. Cannon, died Tuosd i.v at his father's home near Con way, and way buried after- noon Notice Tlit tax roll for 1905 is ready and parties to L'nt-ir taxes- can do by calling at my office. 2b't I. Warren, Recorder, George Bean and family, also Mr. brother and family, einht in all, who have been living north of Ada for a number ct years, left Tuesday luoriunK foi Cheinal, Old Mexico, where they have purchased a section of land and expect to make their home there. ______ Money loaned on and crops, on improved city property or to build, and on intermaniuci citizen's surplus land, and on land where restrictions have been re- moved. H. Ebey. It 19H Mr. J. B. Dickinson, the known business man of 1. T., was in Ada Wedn nnd was kind enough to drop m on the Newrt for a friendly chat Mr. Dickinson is a talker ot parts, indeed ho 1ms maclp lirn .self famous in that capacity Mrs. Richird Hi own oi wall 11 sfnt'st ol her d M Geo. M. __ If you wantto.sull, buy or tind ftnjtbintf upend a few nick to" on a "want id." The can help you find pretty near anything in tbe world It's the medium. Wf> are fioi- .1 iv ar our stoio in'xr SvH> AdviM ti-i ii'i-Mt in this tor ticula Co. M I' a Tho is i icdiuin 11 roaches K I' courts comparisons, tho manaufM' ubour it. Will inn il Anrii I, aso 111 Dec Id to For this occasion the I'-co will -oil tickers rate of for trip. Dates of le December luth to I'.'tli. in 'jMVc Final retnin limit Oo mber -Jlth, 1905. NfONEY And Own Better Furniture If you are planning to buy even a single piece of Furniture for dinning room, parlor, living room, had or library be sure to let us figure with you. OUR HOUSE IS FULL Of suggestions for appropriate Christmas gifts. Come in while the stock is complete and select >vJfral you want, for is the time to secure choice selections and have ample time to inlnect the iroods. We know we can save mone. on anything in our line. Eas Par -ifYts if tlesii-e-J. i1- read. Tulle to i otuid tri i> tick from all in i IM U points in Klor unii to ci i Mm DOints "i tMi'niiv, (ioorjfia, Loiiixi'iiia ,md South 'turn hunt, JULIO ;ind FRISCO SYSTCM TIME CARD. Ada, Ind.Ter. A SUGG CO. To the Republicans of Ada i will be present to lub ut tho meetinn culled fur Saturday niyht, Dec. 1905. I nm a cRndidato lor U. S. mar- shal and a-iU to bo piesont A sqirire all I aslv. 219 at wit T N. Robnett. 1HOI5. r Ilai n Let us (urHiN.it yua late--, f dulos, dosn iptivt literature other infoi in it.on I. McN.ur, Ada. K. K. Clark. D p. A., Wichita ;iud Warning Order. in tho IT'icoi SliiUw fiiiirt in Indian Inrri Uirj. Sontliurn Dimru L AlhoMrDnmild 1 liiinul) w. Sii F S MrDnnnlcl ,Tlie de'omlmu t' S Mi warned to in iniR Cinirt in Ihlrii diivi nnd minvur ilipciiinplninl tin- plniniilf, All-o Mr Donald Wi'neiH tlie Hun J. T Dii-kurunn, Judxo of Court, nntl HUB Und or November, lOW ISKiVLI C Clork Hy A B (oii-iiinf DniiiU) J. K Hi Knel, B H Eppiorsoii Altornuy for mm Hi -uliiht Delninlnnl Texas Homeseekers. Now is the time to .your land. I am locating, buying und sellinji' land ovevy day Writo me what kind of land yon want, nud how much. I will sell von land for ono third or one half down for eiMi, it This is a good K''uss nonntr.y, also tfood fnruiing country, and the nnest wiitor in tho world All my Heals will be made thronpfh the Ada National Bank, Ada. I.T. the First National Bank, Ca- nadian, Texas. I will rake in rrnde some good town property in good towns in tho Indian Per- ri'ory at reaHonabletigureH. Land in m thin part of Texas every day. Address WJ5 IBt Jestiio J. Went, Canadian, Every one buying worth fiom ue will get a Standard Talk- ng Muchiue. W. A. Alexander. Notice of flection Notice is. hurcb.v that an election will bt- lield in the incor- porated Town ol Ada, Indian Territory, on the 3rd Saturday of Dfuombor, 19eo, it beini? the 18th dny of said month, for tho piuposc of eiec'tuiv four tiubtoen for tlie public schoolm of said town, iwo of trustees to be so elected to hu'd office i'or a term of threo and two for a term of two year.-' Said election wtll be held bv the regular olectum ofttcers bp- twoen the leyiil hours ol .said day at I IIP Mayor's office in snid town Given under my hand the 15th day of November, 1905. W. C. Duncan Mayor. At Less Than Mfg. Prices Edwin Clapp shoes. A variety of styles to choose from. Our' shoes to close out at our shoes toclose out at Now is your opportunity to get the best shoe the market produces, and this is the closest price you will ever be offered again, so better get a pair now while all sizes are here. 221-eod 6t Harris. Drop in and have a cup of cnf fee and hot biscuits at our store any day next week, will bo glad to wee you if you intend to or not. Woodward Hdw. Co. liOl'M) TRAINS No- 510 Moteor, p. No. 512 Kjistoin Kxp No. 5-1'J Ijocnl KreiKht, p WEST HOUND TKAINS No. 5nD n No. 511 Pavs p No. 541 Local 7H5 a.m. Local freight tram-- earn provided with per- j niits Ten por cent saved on tho purchase of round trip tickets. i I. McNair, Ajreut. BILLIARDS POOL 5.3: JV ij nrcuu onaws tho uni-in.i] TIME OF ADA, TRAINS I. T. "UK ItHJtIT TRMNS URTWKKN St I.OII1-. [1 nn Urn 1, Kansas City .Innctioii Cit> Oklahoma Ci'l.v In t1n> Norlli .did all pouit- Uonston Dnllns. Fort Woi'Ui San Antonio Gnlve.iton in Toxn1- 1) or we 1 C> boxes for ton's ChoinUjul Co.. Clevclnn of price, nu c1. f- No. H'J No VOltTU BOUND Llxpri'ss, daily IifRftl, cxcupt Sunclny SOUTH No. 1J1 ExprfHs daily 1 1 No. 50u Local, i-.xccpt buuiiay H t OIi p m 1 1 fit u ru ;i iu p ni FOLLOW THE CROWD Then :u'f to get their suitt. and rouse i> at tlin NEW TAILOR shop in the :vui oi UHAI1- MAN'8 shoe store, yweJI- O'.t, snappiexf lino of wool ens ever nliown 121, Ada, Quality "utl (it guaranteed steam dyinjr. Iftdlen' find clothing' NASH, the Tailor. Otis B. Weaver Fire Insurance Agent i___________ Represents lint; companies with practically unimited capital, all of whom will'positively meet any rate and in some instances write ffit' insurance much cheaper. With such companies, several years ex- perience and an expert fire in office, your business is solicited. Otis B. Weaver Fire Insurance Agent',   

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