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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                ADA EVENING NEWS. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. Knterwl Seeond clnss matter 2h, 1W4, -i' the at Ada, Indian Territory, under the Act of Congress March OTIS B. WEAVER CO.....PUBLISHERS M. D. SfclNER, BUSINESS MANAGER Advertising rates t'uruished'ou application SOUTHERN DISTRICT SITUATION The enigmatical political situation the Southern Dis- trict is thus Huiumariued m the Political complications seem to increase as days go by Those intimate with the situation "tate that there never were tights that were so uncertain as the ones that are now pending Ordinary ly, with the political machinery behind a candidate, the situation was accepted as an almost certain fact that the organization man would he appointed. But the recent trend of events convinced the machinery men that all not -woli and that they must tiflrht to win. The trouble of the party began whtm Sopor packed and left Washington, iea> ing the candidates to struggle iov themselves, was a nice situation, it is said, for tho party to confront Manjj- have been sent to Soper asking the true status of tihinga been heard trom him in answer to the inquiries Henry M. Carr wires today from Washington to correct the re- pott that he is supporting Ho adds, m fais me-sage he is a winner. means that Carr is in the tight and his candidacy will serve to complicate and the chances ol Humphrey who is. lighting hard to laud Robnett in Washington and will remain until he- thts tip some form that he is to be appointed or not. Worths in wiii reach iLe capital today and he will begin his tight Colbert is still wi the territory sawing wood Ho no' to he in the by the candidacy of others It may po-> hie that nv haa received a tip from the white Soim are uuhuod to think that he ha- lt may be said to the c rtait oi the jw ty in the territoi y tnat it made a great fight fo' the enforcement of home rule OF THE EARTH That Collision with Stui May Sonree if Tut H ike earth i- 'o ttestroyed bs prvdictert in   what 'o i fhf Wre" Oi K. Gore ibp Bri' --h .11 i tlMkt no oiutnirst 01 the --un from llko-u to lie un I tf> heat from t-ollision that we kiOfe To (.nllulf flu noarfj-1 mr the suu nut-- ?avd at pro-' i atf for 80 0  at Oxford. istaknblf Ouilt Von u in. u man i In-ivi wli >re the to  iat day of Decem r, 1905, at 11 o clock a. m., at which service the Church will be iltdt Bro. is known all over the south and west as one of Uir nrcachers m the denomination We cordially invite everynody and especially invite all the rnjiusters of the city nnd Christian peopie to help us in this work A-- a Buck's Range, a set of Kitch- I en Vessels, a pair of Shears. Razor, a good Gun, a Chase's Lap Robe. __ Give S a Pocket Knife, a new Saddle. Our Nickel Plated Coppervyare is made by Rochester Stamping Company and is the very best. Chase's best Mohair Lap Robe, worth now Chase's next best Mohair Lap Robe, worth now I PREMIUM STAMPS L Ada Hardware Co w with Each Purchase I bast Main Street. Duncan Block. SfitJt Deitft Harry Ducuwell, -igeiJ -5 jfur'. choked to death morning at home, m the presence of and child He contracted .t slight cold a few days and paid but little attention to it. Yesterday morning hf was seized with tit of coughing which continued for some time. HIH wife sent for a physician bat before he could rhe another coughing carau on and Duckwell died from mif- focotion. Louis Globe Dem- ocrat. Dec 1-t 1901.' Uallurd's Syrup would have him SOc and ''1 "U Sold ClariK Dine Co Pirating Foley'a Honey and Tar Co., Chicago, origin.i tea Honey and tar aw n thro'it and ,ung remedy, nnd on account of the great merit and popularity of Folej 's Honuv and Tar many imitation" nrr (Tered for fhe M for Honey at tui ami ii-tusc am xiiUsti t1 i n '1 no othei preparMr t i i ti the xatNfac tai It is iiiildh laxafno ft cci t.t ns no and is satost fot liiulu-n itelicate poisons Ola U ui: Co. nnd Drug (Cu Kcmarkablo Cure v j much afflicted with --L i latHu.' Writv KU C Nud, Iowa j vilU Co., Kim., going i Hoout on i and suffering a I don.1 of piiin I induced to 'tiy liallind Ijjniuiont. v d I three 5'K bovtles It is the gmitevt 'Immient 1 ever used, have rot it to n number of persons, all oxpretii. themselves benefited by it. 1 now walk ithout crutches, able to periot m a great deal of light la bor on the farm." 25c, 50r and Sold by Clailc Drug Co. Steals Fire From (Wind Malariu sitculn fire from the mind and vigor from tho limb un- less you take Dr. MendenhalPs Chil! and Fever Curo to give yourself new vim. "Retter than quinine and doo-s uot the head. Pleasant to take. I f yon do not likf it better than any othet Hhilf Tonic Drug Oc -will your money bock Torture of a Preacher The story of the tortuie ot Rev. U D. Mooro, pastor ol the BaptHt chnrch of HuvpersviHe, N. will interest you. He "I ajrouien be- cause of a persistent cough, re- sulting from thu trrip I had to sleep sitting up in 1 tried many remedies without relief un- til 1 took Dr. New Discov- ery fov consumption, cough's and coldb, which entirely cured my cough aud me from con- sumption.'' A cure for conditions of throat and lungs- At Clark Drug Co. and Dr. F. Z. Holley's Drug Htore; price 50c and Trial Suicide at Sherman Shi'tm'in, Tex.. Dec In a most dot ibo rate manner Dennis aged "o years, n stranger, onaocl Ins life by cutting himself undet the wheels of tho north- bound Fort Worth and ttio diftndo (Frisco) train No 10 -if 2 o'clock la -it afternoon GoH Tournament Mexico, January lU'HJ Fur this occasion the Fris co will make rate of one one fare for the round trip. Tickets on >ale Jan 1st, to 12th, inclusive Final hunt for return Fob 101M, 1 McNair Agt Ada, 1 T l A Fearful Falc it as a foarful t'ato to to endure tho terrible torture Piloa. "I can truthfully say.'' wiitcs Harry Cotton of Mason villo, la 'tli.it for Itlind. Blood ing, Itching and Protruding Piles j BucUhn'M Ainioa Salve is tho best cure nnuh1 Also best for cut1-, burns and in iiiriCb. 25c at Clark Drug Co and Dr, F Z Hollows' Dj ug Store Christmas and New Years Holiday i THE ELITE CAFE EVANS, Prop. The Elite Cafe ts under the management of the above named gentleman who will give the public the beet service ob tatnable. The reit'auraat depaitment will be started is a day or two and this will receive special attention. Yours for Business. CHARLEY EVANS. Aid the Southwest you seen Ihr nr-n magazmr Southwest? It is published in S' (toi-nicriy the Frisco It is published by a Soul1 v, i m contains cf the Southvcct tides of interest to pr nl-, i ni nhaleil by Southwest writers. It C m the Southwest, and contnm h- of Southwest btms It will >M the Southwell in .ill her nm-> i i it- people ior mori" fictones, f or ftdvaatafMM for inveslmen' n ,inii irr-pT-ion Aid the work And beneht your--r-U hv siihicribiuy Scud SOe. Cor a 25c. fot six months, or a posul tor a sample copy FREE. We also answer free of charge, inquiries from persomt ii settling or Investing in the Southwest and furnish advertising rater om application. Address Kxcursion sa tlio Frisco, Kuto onf ano one third fare for the round tup, but nothing than 50 cento. Tickotw on sale December 22cd 28rd, k24th, 25th, 30th and 31st, and January 1st Limit for re turn January 4th, 1906. For in- formation as to what we can sell rates, etc., call on 1 MeNnir, Agent, Ada, 1 T. No Cave of on Record We do not know of u single in- stance where n cough or cold re- sultod in pneumonia or consump- tion when Foloy's Honey and Tar had been taken. It curea coughs and colds perfectly, HO do not take chances with some un- known preparation which may contain opiates, which cause con- stipation. n condition that retards rrcover5f from a cold. Ask for Foley'i Honey nod Tar and re- fuM3 substitute offered Clark Drng Co. mid Mason Drug Co Exceptional Holiday Via Missouri. Kansas A Texas Railway On IVoembfr 21, 23 iloJ iday will sold great- j.i rodnccfl tatt-i to point- in Colorado, Illinois, fowa, Kan- Michigan, Minnesota, Mis- souri, Nebraska, North and Soutb Dakota, Wisconsin and Wyoming Tickets good 30 days from date of Mile. On December 2ii, 24, 25, 80 and 31, 1905. and January 1, 1906, holiday will be fold be Ipcftl and to points on connecting lines, with final re- turn limit of January 4, 1906. See tho Ticket Affect for rates particulars Southwell, 1021 Otis B. Weaver Fire Insurance Agent Represents. old line with practically unlimited capital.; all{ of whom will 'posit tvel> meet any rate and in some instances write fire insurance cheaper. With .such >ears ex- perience and an expert fire writer in office. your business is solicited. Otis B. Weaver Fire Insurance Agent NEWSPAPFR( iWSPAPFJ   

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