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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 4, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma HIK NT KWK GO KS THE VK WK WHI!.I: I I''n NKW ^ THE ADA EVENING NEWS. THE NEWS DELIVERED AT Ute PKK WEEKDEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY VOLUME IADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY EVENING-, JAN. 4, 1905. NUMBER 253 I Model Bakery • • # • Fvu*r\ ?long >ro<»d to eat alw iv** on I M* Mh*| Bn koto , j # «*•(<!. ( 'I Ii O', I ' j f .    *    '<» <’mill 11 ‘K .Ic m*o him nppoMtr (I *    o*»*f    {!,,*,< | ISLINGER, Prop,    • > lf You Want All the s\v« ors of lilt* you cannot a (lord to <tvi’i look our ti n t* “took of ( ’iou o!utu*s Hnd ('audit s. I hey Are Hotter. CLARK DRUG COMPANY. Married, Tuesday night, Jammr.x 3, ISH>A» at tho resideiue of Dr. and Mrs. J 18. J, Martin, Miss Cleo Clark J Houghton to .Mr. James Bayard • Kuiory, Rev. T. L. Rippey, of nciating. The marriage was a quiet one, only a few of the most intimate I friends of the young couple being I present. Immediately after tile cere* moi g tilt* newly wedded couple : proceeded to their nicely furn* I is bed cottage on I st reel, wliei a* rosy lated upon hi* choice in securing a life partner. I he entire News family extend to the happy wedded couple the best wishes f>r a pleasant voyage over life s seas Chickasaw Patents Signed. Ravia, I. T., Jan. 4.—Gov. Lh H Johnston of the Chickasaw nation white waiting at the depot here Tuesday morning stated !R*t about G,<)00 patents to land Ea*t Twelfth j been signed by the governors surroundings af the two nations, hut declined and a warm tire awaited them, it*, s„v |Shortly afterwards the house was’ I tilled with their friends, both | young and middle aged, who I constituted a house "anilin*;' pa ty. They at once made them I ''elves ar home and in a short time a delicious luncheon was served. In the meantime couples and parties continued to arrive, for approval. whether they would be delivered to allottees without tin* approval of the Secretary of the Interior, merely remarking they would be issued according to law. Hr does not think the Secretary will insist on tieing submitted to TTT J ills ^    TOM    HOPE. I    FRANS A IL LARD JOHNSTON. Wet ORVILLE SNE AO. Asst C sh* President JONES, Cashier ( spital Murk, -    .......    I. ouiLOO I ndirided Profits,    ‘ji    i^jt ILL (Hr Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Govern mcnt on Town Lots. \l> \. ( HICKAS \\v NATION. and by ten o’clock the house was tilled with well wishers for the future. 'dis. ('leo ('lark Emory for the past year ba* been in charge of the millinery department at ll *nlex Si Hiles store. She i-. a decidedly pleasant lady and in the -Ii >rf time she has bern iii Ada has made hundred* of admiring friends, who will fie none tin* ess closer now that she is a matron. J unes Bayard Emory has been a resident Ad i fot several \ears and has occupied the po* "Of iou of salesman in the Henley A In *»s *tore. He is a conscientious young man, pleasant to everyone, and is to Ii* congrats! Fire Destroys Paper. Lindsay, I. T., Jan 4 —An incendiary tire destroyed the Lindsay New* office and contents early Tues lay morning. The loss is $2,500, with insurance' of $•>0. The plant will be rebuilt at once. OFFICERS AND VOLUNTEERS ONLY, ARE PAROLED Tokio, Jan. 4.—The text of articles of capitulation of Bort Arthur garrison, signed by the commissioners representing Gen * toe ase I and Gen. Xogi, has been made public. All Russian soldier*, marines and civil officials ot the garrison and harbor are made prisoners; all forts, bat tories, vessels, munitions, etc , Byrd-Keener. At the church at Franks, I. T., on Xmas day, a pretty wedding occurred the contracting parties tieing Mr. George Bv rd of Stonewall^, I. T, to Miss Viloa Keener, of Franks, I. T, but formerly of Tenn. The couple marched up the isle to theist rain* of Mendelshon wedding march, the groom wearing The Lvceuui Stock Co., which "ill appear here three nights, commencing January 5, is said to ta* a strong combination “Down on the Farm’' will ho* tin* first bill and it is said the play replete with funny sayings and bright wit    25o-tf ONE FOURTH OFF! INHUMAN NEGRO BRANDS WIFE WITH HOT TILE FOR THE SKXT FEW DAYS WE WILE, (MVE ONE FOURTH OFF < IX HCITX HS. Viol.) VS. MANDOLINS, li\N.!<>K AND AUORDEANS COME KARIA' AND GET YOUR CHOICE ^ C. J. WARREN. .0* I I JHWSk "Yr " PAUL VV. ALLKN, Livery Stable. NEW lh )RSE^    NEW BUCH? I o: J, Houston, Tex., Jan. 4.—For having tie! his wife up by the heels on rafter and then with a rial lait til** branding upon her tie*11 tin* name of the man of "Ii »ra he wa* jealous, Milady Rogers, in g o, is continual in the co inly jail. The inhuman act of cruelty was perpetrated by the jealous man on his expected re-lurii home at night. Following i , he escaped and his arrest took last evening. I : I. av S t f We ok \vu’ TCM (ilia rant ce i Allen Livery Barn + + o Ti I! SOME HUNTERS. Accidents That Piled Up On the Unexpected. I uesilay, Dr. Bro wa 11 had it** hi* gip st on a hunting trip Iv* v. Maddox, and if t bu* st ring of arri jdumt* mentioned below are not sufficient to satisfy any ordinary i mortal we lins* our goes*. Arriving at tin* shooting , grounds a covey of birds were I hushed. The Dr. was jubilant; J over the [aet that lie could de rn are transferred to the .Jnpine-e the usual conventional black, and in the condition in which they never before looked happier, existed at noon Jan. 3, a violation '}^,e bride was charmingly attired of this clause to operate as annul-    *** ^    albatross, trimmed in nient of the negotiations Sf!.k    applique. wearing a wreath of white carnations and the Japanese army warrant to earning a briquet, of white cut take free action; the Russian niili-j flowers. They stood under an tare and naval authorities are to jttl*ch which was tastily du*corated furnish to the Japanese army an «for ,he ,>ccasion, when* the nup-exhibit of all fortification., under    offldnin^ groun , and maline mine*; a li^t After the many congratulations of military officer*, of ships and (hr* happy pair retraced their the numbers of their crew and of 8feP® to tl,e music of Mendels* * “*    "    shun and were driven to the home u*f the bride, where a sumptuous dinner wa* given to fifty invited gllu'StS ()n the following dajr an infair was tendered ut the home of Mr. and    Mrs. B. F. Byrd. The groom    is    well and favorably known throughout the Territory, ha* good business qua ideation , and, like his father, is big-hearted and ever ready to lend a helping hand, thereby gaining a host of friends The fair bride is deservedly popular Shi is a lady of talent and culture May the pathway through life of the newly made couple be not *t re we wn with flowers which only bloom to db*, but with roses 'hose chief characterist ii* is a IT* de do I til * officers and was i . .    .    .    ~    "    i ,.ni, t,i .    .    t*    ii    lonstmte    to    the    minster    hp    ability    wounded cob taken utter b mg 'hot d«wn|a-« iu.niHii.un and would rn Ne* wiiii two 45*culibre bullet' ttirough his right b g, one entering the thigh and the other tip* civilians of beth sexes, w’ith tlp*ir races and occupation*; and al! public property, such as building*, munition* of war, etc , to I e left in the present position pending arrangements for their trails fu*r. Officers of the army and navy are permitted tu» retain their swords aud *ur!i of their personal property a* is directly necessary j f*»r tim iuaiiitainure of life, and j with one sevant each, may, on signing their parole not to take up arms during the continuance of the war, ru*tum to Russia. Non-commissioned officers and j privates will be held as prisoners For tin* b relit of the *iek ** d ^ h cs>ed iminortaii y j Wounded Russians, the sanitary corps and tile aecu»untauts belonging to tin* Russian army and nav\ will be required to serve under tin* Japanese sanitary corps and accountant* for such period u>f time as may ne deemed necessary. Originally there were 35,u>00 ur n in the fort. Eleven thousand have been kilU*d, 16 00n are and sick ____ I C I ,11 it is believed r I I Int and was tenderly placed in j the buggy, together with the atnmunitiu>n, coats and a inu*diu*ine cast*. OPERA HOUSE THREE NIGHTS, COMMENCING THURSDAY. JANUARY 5th. The Lyceum Slock ONE <)F 'MIK IE KOOGNIZKD COM PAN I KS A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION & OPENING PLAY — Down on the Farm. A FOUR ACT COMEDY ELEGANT SPECIAL SCENERY CLASS SPECIALTIES BETWEEN knee From these he will recover. lh* returned home Inn* at night I and when *>h«* let Iii.ii iii, accord* ! big to ucr stor.\, he became great ly enraged Hi* grabbed her and I <1, '    »•    j    .    . ,    shortly    afterward    the    h«»rse WUU su.'t*istir>t bound brr foetai.d lnn-arm* frighten.*,I at lh.--hooting, lit* Ilion prom re! n root* \ -oui i> is Milt! by stunt*, not wish an I fa*h*nu*d it ai out her feu*t and ! k) take the chances tin* dog i swung her up to a rafter of the I,litc^ ^)r°k** from its fastenings kitchen. The <-lothinK was torn "'ad'T    tl'ionKh    th- f I    ,    j Ii nher (Awing to its haste to g* t loin lier. Mu* was joined so [away from the vicinity the hor-e toat "lit* could make no outcry. I Sh * swung head down, until he | kindled a tire and heated an old | iii** white hot. Hu* then began j branding thu* letter* “Daniel” upon h»*r .shoulder and one baru* arm. W li«*n the tile would be come cool from the contact with the ll*—Ii lie would halt in tin* proccu ding* and reheat it. Nearly J an hour was consumed in the tor-I lure and it was coolly exu*cutu*d. ii » . i    .    -    I    unlined in the fort, of whom. good Iii* title to seven gobi medal.* ,    iv, and a trophy cup won in va* iou j however, only 2,000 were able to parts of til- cnuiiir.v. vvlint I >! litfhu* his he*t bird dog rt*ceived a heavy rile cost to Japan of taking load of >hot direct fr un the i Port Arthur ha* been $100,<>00. I 'octor’x gun. The dog w is hard - -___ Wells Fargo Moving, The W ell* Fargo Express G >., on Wednesday began moving their offices from the Frisco depot into the room near the Harris hotel Route Agent A. H. Harrison is in the city and is checking in the agent, L. V\. Thompson, formerly OI Monett, Mo, who will take charge of tin* Otho* at once It is pleading news to the public and OO) rue that Wall Stewart will bt* rema ned with the uptown u>ffice. He has been with the company for some time and bis polite and pleading manner* have been nu>ttjd by those having business with the company. MAJORITY OI SENATE IS TOR STATEHOOD Washington, Jan. 4 —Senator - -.Beveridge had a talk wi»h the was >o«»n lost sight of bv the two* .*„ -a *.    j- * I    ,    president    regarding    the    stat men, who were pursuing it bv •.    ,    .    . .I    ||    *    I no ii i/l    LI..    .....       . tin* occasional glance at a shell. Revolution Imminent coat, broken vials and the smell of iodoform and asafetida*. After a chase of a mile what was left of the bugg.i, and the horse was captured, but the poor, wounded dog lins n**ver h**en heard of and what its fatu* has been is yet to bu* known. While wa* are on the subject it would not bu* a had idea for these gentlemen to procure a copy of the book we wrote on “llovto (void Accidents When Hunting.’* hood proposition. He expressed confidence that a substantial ma jority in the senate favored the bill, but would not ventu e to predict what action might be taken at tin* present session. Advocates of the statehood j measure propose at 2 o’clock to- Officers secured bloodhounds, day that it he made untinished    were    put    on    the scene, but business of the senate.    |    after    following    the    trail for a few miles west from Mannsville all ATTEMPTED BANK BURGLARY i trace of the men was lo*t. attempts to blow open the bank viult they were frightened away without securing any additional money. Several thousand dollars in currency inside the vault was damaged by the explosions, some of which is in such a condit.on that it can nut In* redeemed. A volt HIGH ACTS. POPULAR PRICES, 15, 25 and 35 Cents. Seats on Sale at Clark's Dru«r Ston Ballard's Horehound Syrup Immediately relieves hoarse, . ,    *    1 "' 11    111    .vialr 1 croupy congii,oppressed,rattling .r; ■; m;rv,,uress’ «-,«„* ami “S mss- "r  ........  u|)**et.s.    KUC-1 Henry C. Ste.,ms, druWi4 Shullsburg, Wi.s., writ4*s, May -tt, 1901:    “I have been selling Ballard's Horehound Syrup for two years, and have never had a preparation that has givu'n bulter satisfat*tion. I notice that when I sell a bottle, they come hack for more. I can honestly recommend it.” 25c, 50c and $1.00 at Clark Drug Co. “Down on the Farm” will be the drawing curd at the opera house uext Thursday night, if. ness, <»r stomach trie Bitters will quickly dismember the t rob Ie* ome causes It never fails to tone tin* stomach, regulate the Kidneys and Bowels, I s'imu'ate the Liver, and el»rif\ I the blood. Ivun down systems benefit particularly and all the usual attending aches vanish under its searching and thorough I effectiveness. Electric Bitters is only 50c, and that is returned it it don’t give perfect satisfaction Guaranteed by ( lark Drug Co., unci F. Holley, Druggist. Three Men Make Repeated Effort to    A ^ost > Mistake. Blow Open Safe,    * Blunders are sometimes very Ardmore TTi. i    Iexi»en"ivu\ Occasionally life it- Ardmore, I.T., Jan. 4 -News self is the price of a mistake, but reach(*d here I ucNila.v of an at- j you’ll never he wrong if you take tempt to burglarize the First ,)r* King’s New Lib* Pills for National Bank at Mannsville at dyspepsia, dizziness, headache an u*arly hour this morning. The I V or bowel {**oir»lcs. Tliey ,    .    .    ,    "    \    are gentle, yet thorough. 25c at burglars, who are believed to be Clark Drug Co. and F. Z. Holley members of a systemized gung drug store. which has been operating    ........ .............................. throughout the Territory for If you enjoy pa*toral sayings some time, were three in number. An(* w'By r»*i>ortee you will he on From tin* small safe, which was tlle *ront row Rt Ofter* hou^e next Thursday night when the blown to pieces $69 was secured 1    si. 1 .    scvureu, I Uveeum Btoek C but after several unsuccessful I *‘Dow*u on the Farm.'* will play ;