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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                v .inn- i ill' ADA EVENING NEWS. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. OTIS B. WEAVER CO., PUBLISHERS f.l. D. S rEINER, BUSINESS MANAGER Entered as Second class matter March 26, 1904, ut the Postoffice at Ada, Indian Territory, under the Act of Congress March 8, 1869. Advertising rates t'urmshedlon application. STATEHOOD SENTIMENT FROM NEW YORK. Concerning the statehood measure the New York Mail has this to say: The while country will hope that the statehood tangle will be straightened out at this session, but there are aome signs thit the people who are presumed to be most interested are tying the ques- tion up in the same old knot. Are we to have it aa an "annua blister'1 for several more years? President Roosevelt favors the admission of Arizona and New Mexico as one state, and of Oklahoma and Indian Territory as one state bpeaker Cauiion favors the same course, and is understood to be bent upon the passage of a bill carrying out the plan. This appears to be the common sense solution. There is abso- lutely no objection to it as regards Oklahoma and the Indian Terri- tory. A bill cartving out the plan should be parsed without de- lay. An attempt to condition the admission of Oklahoma upon joint statehood for Arizona and New Mexico was a device of the hite Sen- ator Quay to poll New Mexico, in which he was personally interest- ed, jnto the Union. It met with deserved rebuke There would be nothing but mischief in a Dew omnibus ntatehood bill. A ready welcome to Oklahoma and Indian Territory as one state, but extreme caution with regard to Aiixona nnd New is the proper course now. THERE emanates from London the proposal of an international Congress of representatives of cities having over popula- tion to meet annually for the discussion of municipal methods. We nominate the "Davis Liar" to represent Davis, I. T. SOMK morbid sensation starters have launched a plan out in Oregon to buy Roosevelt a wedding present of fabulous value. Popular is to be the method. Each American citizen be allowed to contribute ten cents, making a grand total, it is expected, of Ye.', they ougbt to do that, and build her a palace of marble and mahogany. The bride and groom will need it bad; Mr Longwoith has only a few million and Miss Alice has in her own right bat a paltry few hundred thousand. such a ptincely with its enormous commercial value would be in such good Of course those eight million dimes could not be used for such a vulgar purpose as buying food for the starving children of the Ian'1. The Fmeapple. "Pineapple ami love apple (toma- which have come under notice IB these columns Are Instances of the manner In whiih tho apple has been haoituallj takei .he hint the name of wliKh ib bor- rowed in i ail soiti of fruit -vegetables o.il> le- jenible it Dr ra> t> dum u% 5. cs an impoo -1 of tin a s devil b Kangaroo a iple so qn v. liter ot the sevou't. n h century speaks, of the fiuit or applts jf palm trees and a iomteenth "ury man that all manere aples hat ben in .in harde bkjnne, Jynde, other shaie ben callvd Nuc.es (nuts) In the >ear low apparent! "earth apples" meant to our forpfa- Ehera not potatoes but tjoumbers' And sven "appU to have Been a cltroi Lotnlcn Century of Oiant Strides. Not a steamer on the ocean, not railway on land, not a telegraph across the continent, not a inblt beneath the seas had mother eaitli in One hundred >ears later over steam vessels 500 000 miles of latl- load 1 000000 -niles of telegraph nnrl more than 200000 miles of ocean c.tble The worlds international com- merce which a sinulo century ago waa Usi than s> M.ooo.ooo. now near 000 000 Reason Enough. nist been reodlnK that learned account of the funeral or Kamesi's said Jckely n the place wasn't pinched AVriv asked Cokeley 'Violi it a Pharoah Rrrinl n p iclp 'DO Your Christmas Planning Here.i EVANGELIST P, M, FITZGERALD, of Texas, who will begin a protracted aieeting at the Cumberland Presbyterian church on corner of Townseirl Avenue anl Fifteenth Streol, on jist day of Decem ber, 1905, at ii o'clock a m at which service the church will be dedi- cated. Bro.' Fitzgerald i> Known all over the south end west as one of the strongest preachers in the denomination We cordially i'lvite everybody to attend, and especially invite nil the ministers of the city nnd Christian people to-help us in this worl. 4 m A a Buck's Range, a set of Kitch- en Vessels, a pair of Shears. a new Chase's Lap Robe. a handsome Chafing Dish. a Pocket Knife, a new Saddle. Our Nickel Plated Copperware 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 Given with Each Purchase I I Ada Hardware Co bast Main Street. Duncan Block, m Coughing Spell Caused Death "Harry Dnckwell, aged "J5 vears, choked to death oarly morning ftt his home, m the presence of wife and child He contracted ,i slight cold a few days ago and paid but little Attention to it. Yesterday morning he wan seized with u tit of coughing which continued for sometime. His wife sent fora physician but before ho could ar- rive, another coughing spell came on and Duekwell died from suf- Louis Globe Dem ocrat, Dec. 1-t Bull-mi's Horehound Syrup would have him. 25c. 60c and 00 Sold by Clark Dinar Co Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar Folc.v Co., Chicago, onginu ted Honey and tar as a throat and lung remedy, nnd on account of the great merit and popularity of Foley's und Tar many mitationp are uifered for the {ctunne. for Honey aiut Tut and rofuse anv substi ttn" offpred a iscov ery for consumption, c-onghs and colds, which o-utiicly cured my cough and me from con sumption." A cure for condition.-; of throat and lungs. At Clark Drug Co. and Dr F. Holley's Drug Store; orice 6Uo and guaranteed. Trial bottle free. 7200 Bottles In 4 Monttii "Dr iMendenhall'8 Chili and Kever Cure gained ftivor with the trade more rapidly than any other chill tonic We nave siold nearly 50 gross in four months Drug Co.. Wholesale Druggists, Cairo, 111. Sold on a signed guaranty by Clark Drug Co. Golf Tournament. Mexico City, Mexico, January 19i its For this occasion the Fris- co make rate of one one fare foi the round trip. Tickets on saia Jan. 1st, to 12th, inclusive. Final limit for return Feb. 2kih, luMli T MeNair Agt Ada, I T A Fearful Fate It is endure Piles, writes a fearful fate to have to the terrible toiture of "t can truthfully say." Harry Colson of Mason- villo, la., "that for Blind, Bleed- ing, Itching and Protruding Piles Bucklin's Arnica Salve is the best cure made Also for cuts, burns and injuries. 25c at Clark Drug Co, and Dr. F. Z. Holley's Drug Store THE ELITE CAFE CHARLEY EVANS. Prop. The Elite Cafe is rnow under the management of the above named gentleman who will give the public the beat service ob- tainable. The restaurant depaitment will be started in a day or two and this will receive special attention. Yours for Business. CHARLEY EVANS. Christmas and New Years Holiday Excursion rates via the Frisco. Rate one ana one third fare for the round tiip, but nothing leas than 50 cento. Tickets on sale December 22nd 23rd, 24th, 25th, 30th and 31at, and January 1st. Limit for re turu January 4th, 1906. For in- formation as to what points we can rates, etc., call on I. MeNair, Agent, Ada, I. T. No Cats of Pneumonia on Record We do not know of a single stance where a cough or cold re- sulted in pneumonia or consump- tion when Foloy's Honey and Tar had been takeu. It cures coughs and colds perfectly, so do not take chances with some un- known' preparation which may contain opiates, which cause con- stipation, a condition that recovery from a cold. Ask for Honev and Tar and re- noy substitute offered. Clark Drag Co. and Mason Draff Co.. Exceptional Holiday Rates Vis Missouri, Kansas A Texas Railway On December 31, 22 and 23 Hol- iday tickets will be sold at great- ly reduced rates to certain points in Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kan- Michigan, Minnesota, Mis souri, Nebrnnka, North and South Dukota, Wisconsin and Wyoming Tickets good 30 days from date of sale. On December 22, '23, 24, 26, 30 and 31, 1005. and January holiday tickets) will be sold be tween local stations and to points on connecting linos, with final turn limit of January See the Ticket Agent for rates and particulars. ToAid the Southwell Have you seen the new magazine, Southwest? It is published in St. Louis (formerly the Frisco It is published by a Southwest man, contains stories of the Sotstbwett titles ot interest to Southwest people, contributed by Southwest writers. It in the Southwest, and contains the advertisements of Southwest firms. It will ai4 the Southwest in all her more people, for more factories, for advutagMW investment, immigration and irrigation. Aid the work and benefit yourself by subscribing. Send SOe. for year, 25c. for six months, or a postal for a sample copy FREE. We also answer free of charge, inquiries from person f interested'tii settling or investing in the Southwest and furnish advertising application. Address 1021 Otis B. Weaver Fire Insurance Agent Represents several old line companies with unlimited of whom will'positively 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 solicited. Otis B. Weaver V Fire I Insurance Agent IS JL SPAFLKI   

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