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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                W! ADA EVENING NEWS. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. OTIS B. WEAVER CO. PUBLISHERS M. D. STEINER, BUSINESS MANAGER Kutered as Seeond elaga matter March 1904, at the Postoffice at Ada, Indian Territory, under the Act of Confess March 8, 1869. Advertising ratea furnished on application "SAVE THE THE CRY. Some people, notably Bostonians, are wasting a deal of breath denouncing Secretary Bonaparte's suggestion that the historical old frigate Constitution be shot op as a target. It is probable the Secretary is right. About all the historical portion of the old ship has long since rotted off. The few original timbers remaining could be used in the construction of a namesake, a big modern battleship. Patriotism takes some freakish at times. In oonie it degenerates into a maudlin sentiment. iiiiiiniiiii VND the Boston grand jury refused to return an indictment for criminal libel against Thomas V7. Lawson. They voted an emphatic "No.'' He -will doliautlj- continue to hurl his thunderbolts tit the frenzied financiers. MIIIIIIIIM OREGON'S HUMILIATION. Considering the cloud under which Senator Mitchell of Oregon died, the conventional recognition by Ooiwess of the death i-> a bit Thw formal nnuounceineat to the sen- ate by his colleague will scatcely be as eulogistic an address usual. It is not known what will bo done in the House, wince both Oregon congressmen, whose duty it is to make the addresses, are themselves under indictment tor offenses acdinst the eminent and will be absent. It is probable that there will be little uinrr than a, silent adjournment of both houses out of tesnect to the mem ory of the dead. Poor, Oregon' MMMMIMM To insure the "square deal" there should first be a square cut Get your tickets Monday at Clark's for Monday lee ture Pi ices 25c and 35c 3t 225 The News IN the advertising medium. It reaches; it is read. It courts comparisons 1'allc to the jnunager about it Come out and hear Miss Spritiffgate Tuesday night at opera house. For ben- efit Christian Church. 227-2t H Ml. Of .lot' >tl arrived SmuUv ind n been minKlmtr with old of whom has a numbor in the city At the opera tonight be wi'l lecture CIH t subject I ho Gre it Ideal." Don'l forgot tho VV. C T. U. bazciar Tuesday Dec. 12, at tho old Stiu building Olinstm'is pi't'sent-> for old voiintr. It -2-27 See L'. vinulh tot to now uork 15'2-tf The Majestic of St Mo  stiinnch fi lends who haw learned to appreciate fully her uiunif jJd womanly charms Mr BarotT is the well known und well liked with ihe I Hniris hnnso. He heats tlit enviable reputation of heinir riifht at the top amontr Ada's energetic and progressive business men. Ho deserves profuse congnitu lit ion 8 upon his latest and great- est good luck. The New-, waves its heartiest. Desperate Characters at Tyrola Saturday niyht the U. S Mar office WHS advised that two bad men were at Tyrola, one be ing an ex convict and the other an escaped prisoner from the Ureek country. A p.irty of ofli ct-rs from here and Mill Ore- k secured a hand car and with diffi- culty reached Tyrola early ttmt nijiht. The two men wanted were expected back abput 10 m. However, they failed to put in an appearance, someone pre- sumably having, put them "next Aoout 2 a. m. Sunday the offi cers began the return hand car trip. So laborious did it prove that they got off and pulled and pushed a laige part of the wav, finally reaching Ada at 5 o'clock Deputy Brents avers the railroad track is up grade all the way, both going and coming. Wedding Bells in North Ada. On Sunday Miss W. T. Peel of Barneyville was married to Mr R. R. Johnson of Ada. The me morable event occurred at the home of the bride's aunt, Kev Y Coleman officiating. The happy will make thoir future home in Ada. Notice of Election. Notice is hereby given that an election will be held in the incor- porated Town of Ada, Territory, on the 3rd Saturday jf December, 1905, it being the day of said month, for the purpose of electing four trustees for the public schools of said town, two of said trustees to be so elected to hold office for a term of three years tmd two for a term of two years. Said election will be held bv the regular election officers be- ween the legal ol natd dn.v at the Mayor's office in snid town Given under my hand this tho 15th day of November, 1905. 210 26t W. O. Duncan. Mayor. Christmas and New Years Holiday Excursion rates via the Frisco. Rate one ana one third faro for the round ttip, but nothing than 50 cents. Tickets on wile December 22nd 23rd, '24th, 25th, 3lst, and January 1st L'init for re tnru .January 4th, 1906. For in- formation us to whut points we can sell, rates, etc call on 1 SlcNair, Ada, I. T. International Live Stock Exposition Chicago, III., Dec. 10 to 23, 1905. FOI' tins occas'on the Fi isco will sell tickets at rate, of 00 lor round trip. Dates of sale December IBth to in- clu-ive Final return limit De cember 24th. 1905. TIME CARD. Ada, Ind. Tcr. EAST BOUND TRAINS. No. 510 Meteor, p. m. No. 512 Eastern Exp, H 45 a. in. No. 542 Local Freight, p. m. WEST BOUND IRMtfb. No. 509 Meteor a. m. No. 511 Texas Paws p. m. No. 541 Local Freight a. m. Local freight carry passengers provided with per- mits. Ten per cent saved on the purchase of round trip tickets. I. McNair, Auent. MOTl'S PENNYROYAL PILLS Th v wvt'icome WtivklMtai diul bnnfbh piling of Hi n Thoy Ejfb to jf Iris of or grnlm mid body N. known remedy for women equal! thtm tin bo> pliMtKUitt (VI per box mnll. Mold by driifcjflita. IHOTT CHEMICAL CO, Wi U lams'Indian .1 tint euro Uliud. _ 'UN and ItculnjC s U lumora, il.-ijs the in.Hi it- .v p ilui (l i instant luf Dr Wil )aras Jmli uiIMeOmW mont for uulltth ing of tho pruam p.krts Id wirrinioil dnj.rpKt's TV ni-xil on eript of pricn firtoeiiti VI.Ou WILLIi---- MANUFACTURING CO.. Hropa.. Cleveland. O .SAVE TVfONEY And Own Better Furniture If you are planning to buy even a single piece of Furniture for dinning room, parlor, living room, hall or library he sure to let us figure with you. OUR MOUSE IS FULL Of for appropriate Christmas gifts. Come in the stock is complete and select vou want, for is the time to secure choice selections and have ample time to inspect the goods. We know we can save you on anything in our line. Easy Payments if desired. West Main Stre SUGG co. ht. Louis Hanibal, Kansas City, Junction City, Oklahoma City, In the North, TIME OF TRAINS ADA, L T. THE RIGHT TRAINS BETWKBN Houston, Dallas. Fort Worth, San Antonio Gulveston, in Texas. and all poiou beyond NORTH BOUND. No. 118 Express, dally........4 05 p m No. 564 Local, exoept Hunday. 11 53 a in SOUTH BSUND. No. Ill Express, daily......11 53 am No. 563 Local, except Sunday a 16 p m FOLLOW THE CROWD Thev are going' to get their fall suits and at the NEW TAILOR the rew of ihoe store. CHAP- Swell- of wool Ada, so in MAN'S est, snappiest line on ever shown in cheap too Quality find fit guaranteed Hiyh clusi cleaning, stpam dyinjr. and mens' clothing. NASH, the Tailor. HEALTH iHini BBI III a m mm VITALITY iron inf) tonic pill and restorative for men and women, prortut it rc.h i i'ih huiliis up II o st svui n ul thft tun in.i! uf titlua LhappmcSH. OOdosesm.tboT VorBalobvalUu or in ill it nocuivly rn iccci; t of tnnv, dtl iv r It., I l--rt.. Otis B. Weaver Fire Insurance Agent Represents several old line companies with practically unlimited all of whom meet any rate and in some instances write fire insurance much cheaper. With such companies, several years ex- perience and an expert fire writer in office, your business is solicited. Otis B. Weaver Fire Insurance Agent IFWSPA.PK   

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