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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma i T. ADA EVENING NEWS. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. OTIS B. WEAVER OO. M. D. STEINER, PUBLISHERS BUSINESS MANAGER Knterod as Seotmd class matter March 190'4, fit the Postoffioe at Ada, Indian Territory, under the Act of Ctmtfreas March 8, 1869. Advertising furnished go application THE RISING PRICE OF COTTON. It is said thai the welfare of the world lurks in a cotton seed, Truly the potency of this tiny thing 'is incalculable. For a long time resourceful minds have devoted themselves to multiplying its usefulness, with the result that today it enters basically into an credible number of our industries and through their ramifications has become the moat active factor in oar commerce. Not alone in new but in new fields, does this heaven-sent staple bless mankind. The distinguished Henry W. Grady said "I believe that every missionary of the gospel, as he penetrates the wilds of Africa or ihe inlands of the is HU advance agent for Southern cotton." What a field, then, did Mr. Grady's words unfold, since only two-thirds of the human race have even seen cotton! Practical- ly the whole civil'med world is looking to America for its supply of the raw staple. Clearly, then, our planters hold the key -to the situation tic pres- ent. Logically, higher priced will impel increasing planting and crops. But cotton requires the soil, climate and population peculiar to our and has a physical limit Unfortunately, when it ceases to expand it can go skyward like our New York city proper- ty. prices must. Evidently the wortt days are behind him. He need not think or talk any more nonsense about burning his cotton or resti ictiujr plant The momentum that dt> has recently attained has obviated all that. -Henry Irving Dodge in Public Opinion MIMIMMMI OR. STEEL WILL LECTURE THURSDAY NIGHT. Di. A. Steel of Ada, President of Brevaid Training School. and a national celebrity as a divine and lecturer, will deliver his great lecture, "Home Lifp in at the Methodist Church Thursday evening. and intelligent audiences in the largest cities have welcomed Dr. Steel iu this great lecture It should be the pleasure and is the duty of man and woman in the town to hear our distinguished ritixen Thursday evening, not only by reason of the pleasure and profit of the lioui but m well in evidence of our pride that he iw.n r.itinen ot Ada. IMMIiliMM Too big M 6oom otten become u boomi'rang PRESENTS] "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 AUCK IH retorted (.-ngaged Either the newspaper correspondents tiro, great Imrs or elso Alice a great flirt Ml I II I I Mil I lj This is A sign from the heavens for Congrps- If tno tcnitones do not get btatehood -oon the tail of the in cho dome ofl the Capitol. Remember your wife as you once did and gladen her heart with'a BUCK'S WHITE ENAMELED cook stove for a Christmas gift. It is up to be the best that money can buy. ROASTING PANS to fit any size turkey, at our price is right, too. REDUCED PRICES on saddles and tug harness FOR 30 DAYS We are headquarters for barb wire, Elwood hog: wire roofing iron, etc. I Ada Hardware Co Hast Main Street. Duncan Block. New Secret Society Organized. Last night, in one of the i iw offices of the lown, a dozen or so of Ada's bravest and would-be- gallants met in secret conclave and laid the foundation of or' the most mysterious and at the time most commendable secret ordors to be tonnd am where. When the hour pro pilJous and the lights had been shaded and a watch CD an placed at the door, the society trot down to business; and the dark and mys terious proceedings of the "Ku Klux the "Wend Wi zirds of pale insignificance when compared with the secret workings of the "K. M. C. V'asauch will be the initials of the new club Of course no one but the mem- bers of the dub know just what the object of the club is, but from wbat we oan gather from the im tidls of it, we are persuaded to believe the "Hoodie Ta's" will not have an easy time of it from now on. The- on buy >our coal from the Adn 'oal Co. Phono 246. 224 tf WHY KIDNEY DISEASE IS DANGEROUS. Neglect of the First Warning Symp- toms is the Prime Cause of so Many Deaths from the Dreaded Brlght's Disease. It to BmMy Curable in the Early Kidney diseases are so destructive to human life because they do not manifest alarming symptoms until the constitu- tion 11 seriouslj weakened and the strength exhausted Then, too often, the remedies employed by many physi- cians urc of indifferent or doubtful value, and the patient rapidly sinks under the disease. The wisest course >s to apply a reliable kidney and liver remedy on the first appearance of the symptoms. A little uneasiness in tlie small of the back, digestive troubles, bowel irregularttici and disorder in the urinary organs are matters of small mtmretit in the estima- tion of strong men and women, yet they have a serious meaning. They show clearly that the kidneys are suffering and need help, which must be forth coming at once to prevent serious, per- haps fatal consequences. A few dosea of Prickly Ash Bitters at this time would prove of incalculable value in restoring the weakened organs to health. An investment of one dollar in a bottle of Prickly Ash Bitters when'the disease is yet in the early atage will save hundreds of dollars in FRISCO. Christmas and New Year Holiday Excursion to the Southeast. Holiday excursion ticket- to points in Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Flotida, Louhi- itnti, and certain points in Ken fucky and Virginia. Rato fare and one third for the round trip, tickets on Decem- bei 21, 22 and 23, limit for return will be thirty from dute of xiile. For particnlnrii call on I McNair, Ajjent, Ada, I T Excursions to Florida and Cuba. Will sill daily until April 30th 1906, low ratej round trip tick Bts from all to certain points in Flor- ida ind Cnbn. also to certain points in Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi and South Caiolma. Return limit, June 1st Through bloopers and Fied Harvey meals. Let us furnish you dules, literature and other information. I. MrNdir, Agpnt, Ada, I T F. K Clark, D. P. A., Wichita Kansas. At Less Than Mfg. Prices. Edwin Clapp shoes. A variety of styles to choose from. Our shoes to close out at our shoes to close 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 so better get a pair now while all sizes are here. I.Harris. The Majestic Mfg. Co.. of St. Louie, Mo., have a man at Wood- ard Hwd. Co's., store this wrek showing the Majestic Range in nctual operation, baking and serving biscuits to the crowds, fit 227. suffering that would surely follow should the disease be allowed to fasten itself in the body. The excellent curative power of Prickly Aeh Bitters is not confined to the first stages of kidney disease. It is equally efficacious in severe or chronic cases. Physicians have used it as a last resort, in cases that defied their best efforts, with the most brilliant results, and it has shown its superiority over the many so-called kidney cures, now being loudly advertised, in instances innu- merable. Accent no Insist on having the genuine Prickly Ash Bittcra with the Urge figure B iu red on the trout lubel. W.OO par bettto. Notice of Election. Nottce is hereby git en thiit an i election will be held in the incor- porated Town of Ada, Indian Territory, on the 3rd Saturday of December, 1905. it being tho 18th day of sikid month, for the purpose of electing four trustt'en for the public of Maid town, two of said trustees to tie so elcctt-d to hold office for a term of three years nnd two tor a term of two years. Said election will, be held by tho regular election officers be- tween the legal hours oi day at the Mayor's office in said town Given under my hand thin 15th day of November, 1905. 210 26t W. C. Duncan. Mayor. Christmas and New Years Holiday Excursion rtites via the Frisco. Kate one ana one third faro for the round tup, but nothing than 50 on mile December 22nd '24th, 25th, 30th and 31st, and January 1st. Limit for re turn January 4th, For in- formation us to what points we can sell rates, etc., call on I McNnir, Agent, Ada, I. T. International Live Stock Exposition. Chicago, 111., Deo to 23, For this occasion the Frisco will >oll tickets at rate of 25 00 for round trip. Dates of stile December 10th to 19th. in- elu-ive. Final return limit De- cember -24th, 1905. TIME CARD. Ada, Ind. Ttr. EAST BOUND TRAINS. No. 510 Meteor, p. m. No. 512 Eastern Exp, a. m. No. 542 Local Freight, p m. WEST BOUND TRAINS. No. 509 Meteor a. iu. No. 511 Texas Pass p. m. No. 541 Local Freight a.m. Local freight trains carry ptissenjrersi provided with per- mits. Ten percent saved on the purchase of round trip tickets. I. McNair, Agrent. St. Hanibal, Kansas City, Junction City, Oklahoma City. In the North, TIME OF TRAINS ADA, I. T. THE RIGHT TRAINS BETWEEN Houston. Dallas, Fort Worth, San Antonio Onlveston, in Texaf< and all points beyond MOUTH BOUND So. 112 Express, daily........4 05 p to No. C64 Sunday. 11 S3 am SOUTH BWUND. N'o. Ill Express, daily.......u 83 A m No. SOS Local, except Sunday. 3 16 p m FOLLOW THE CROWD are going to get their fall eaits and trousers at the NEW TAILOR m, the rear of CHAP- MAN'S shoe store. Swell- snappiest line of wool ens ever shown iu Ada, so cheap too. Quality and fit guaranteed High clawH cleaning, steam dying, ladies' and mcns' clothing. NASH, the Tailor. MOTl'S PENNYROYAL PILLS am! tt.tnlHh oC monvtnifr Lton M Tbey urn Life Co fflru at womanhood, afdfncr vulopniont of or dcftna and body Hd known romwJy for women them Cannot do iilomtnro. Hi Wti'.i.ims'IndlunPflS tiK'it will i urr Blind, I -i n ui it vIB.is a 4 mutant lief Dr. tnPilcOint mem isorrpired 'or 1'iU Itch me ol ilio priv u< purls. Kv on anything in our line. Easy Payments if desired. SUGG CO. Main Street. A. R. HEALTH AND VITALITY aJOTT'm MB jgiaM.v JL'Ji-mgTCT Tho pmat iron anti tonio pill and rcstonitlTO formon and women, produce; str< n 'th mid buiiJa up hicm and renews Ihe normal visor ihappmcua. OOdnsoainabox Forsalobyalldriiugi or wo l w ifippoil on rccoint of price, Al.UO per tor Motfs Co.. Clevclnnd. Ml Otis B. Weaver Fire Insurance Agent Represents several old line companies with practically unlimited all off whom will'positively meet any, rate and in some instances write fire insurance cheaper. With such companies, several years ex- perience and an expert fire writer in office, vour business is solicited. Otis B. Weaver Fire Insurance Agent it
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