Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 21, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma
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VOLUME IIHEADA IVININGMVVS. 70AKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY
ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. Bl, 1905
TUE NEWS UKLIVKKED AT l!«c PEK WEEK
WE NEVER WAS!
More In Earnest!
% RUSSIAN CAPITAL ON
LVL OF REVOLUTION
Than we are right now, in
White Mercerized Waisting
Permanent finish, 50c quality, January clearance price 4(>r
Entire line of Flnnnette and Outing Suiting, all season at ii>c, January Clearance price sic
ham, our regular 7c quality, January Clearance price 5C
Ladies' Knit Mercerized Un
derskirts, regular price $2 5<», J an u i ry Glen ranee price...... **j ,>o
Ladies Dress Skirts now
priced very reasonable, entire line goes
Ladies, Misses' and Children's
Wraps, marked very reasonable at
^ No such prices in any previous t January sale has been made to § equal this. No matter what you § S want, if there is any sort of an f J excuse, the price has been reduc- $ ^ ed some times as much as half.
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staple Check Aprons Ging-
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CLOTHIN G , Including ill Men’s, Boys’ and Children’s and $ I Men’s Odd Pants, January Clear §
St- Petersburg, Jan. 21.—With the Russian capital seemingly on the verge of an incipient revolution guard* of workmen parading the streets, agitators and fanatic* sowing the seeds of disorder, half of the city in darkne s and without tire protection owing to walkout*, the situation wa* hourly growing moie tens** tonight, when the authorities decided to adopt energet ic measures lo pre serve order, prevent rioting and overawe the violent minded, at the same time seeking to placate the striking workingmen by offering satisfaction of their demands insofar as they are ju*t and reas onable, thu* aeting withcomoined j firmness and moderation.
rile situation had entered an j acute stage today, and the strike I had assumed an open political I pha*e. The day was one of in-j teu*e excitement Mill after mill and factory after factory closed, j Throngs of workmen p traded the streets and when their colleagues refu*ed to join them, broke down j gates and forced out the men
indu*trial center is
Pile whole idle.
All the textile mills and every printing office in St. Petersburg are closed One electric I iglu plant and one water plant have shut down, aud over IOO,(MN) men are out.
Carri© Nation at Editor.
Shawnee, Ok., Jan. 21—Mrs. P* fie Nation i-* in fbi* city and will deliver two lectures at the opera house Sunday. On Feb. 7 Mr*. Nation will edit an edition of the Shawnee Bail.v News.
Cannery for Ourant.
Durant, I. T.,Jan 21.—A company i* being organized for the purpose of estab i*hinga canning factory at this place. It i* the intcnli rn to have the plant erected and ready foi the coining crop of
TNE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL’S SPECIAL EDITION
The Ada Commercial Club in ahind that the ex tenses of the fair representative attendance edition might be paid they were
met this morning at 8:30 o’clock, the instance of tho meeting being t > meet C. M. White, who is ad*
writing special descriptions of the important towns where they would engage t* pay a certain
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vancn aKent or the Kane is City advertising rate for -pace .Journal parry, which is making He st,ted that th‘re would be an itinerancy through the two 175,000 one hundred pace -pecials territories in the interest of a printed and distributed. Me
WU[ Ada and her
calied til^ Mat shoo I Sp •ceil. and country the benefit of a patte
w ic wi I contain a descriptive | space for the sum of $300 or one
write up of the two territories. half patre for $150 and if a pajre
oui Chnmbless, chairman, was taken Hie club should be
state i the object of the meeting [furnished with 150 copies of
and invited Mr. White to apeak. Mr. White stated that in Feb
pulper, or if a half page wa* taken one half of that number.
Embroideries Unequaled in
\ slues Bt -*ure and pr ct* them. Jamiarx < h*ar a nee price .
3c, 4c. 5c, Ti A loc Remnants in Wool good* in all colors, all weaves, at one third to one half regular price. tall for them.
RELATIONS ARE STRAINED IN VENEZUELA AFFAIRS
fruit and vegetables. Interest is I for investment and The justice or* being taken in this movement by immediate statehood. He said the producers, who are many in that the Journal, to the end to this section. _____j i*sue a thorough and perfectly
Fresh fruit of all kind* at the reliable edition, had engaged a Flite Confectionery at your own number of clever writers and Prue. 26S It. | photographers who in a special
ar were touring the territories
mary the Kamas C.ty Journal The Journal’s proposition was would issue a special, descriptive discussed bv the club and it was of the territories, which would |aKreed that a general meeting of .aye for its pnrp.se the adver | the citizens of the town lobe ism* of the great resources of Gilled for Monday evening, the the territories, the great opening 23 d inst.
The meeting adjourned.
Preaching at ll a. m. and 7 p. rn bv the pastor Subject
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the morning sermon. “Take ln***d therefore how ye hear.” Friends and strangers cordially invited.
J no. A. Williams pastor.
TRE TAILOR, FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE.
NIEN’8 ALLW00L UNDER-
Shirts. our regular $1.00 line, January Clearance
MEN’8 1-2 WOOL UNDER-Shirts. sold all season at 75c, January Clearance
MEN S ALL WOOL FILLING
Jeans and ('assimer pant-regular * 1. 5v J line. January Clearance pHce $1.00 MEN S BLACK, TAN ANO
Haney half Ho*e, our regular 25c line. January Clearance .20o, 3 pr
Men’* Enameled Box Calf Coin
MEN’S Patent Vici and Velour
Calf. $5.00 value, Jannary Clearance price ..$3 50 Men’s Vici Extension* tole and Patent Colt, sold all season at $4 00, January Clearance price. .. $3.00
lee, Velour Plain Toe, reg ular $3.50 line. January <bearance price ... $2 50 Ladles’ Common Senss Button
K d, h lexible soh*, regular $1.50 line, January Clearance price $l.oo
Splendid Line School Shoes.
Remember half the winter is to f come yet :
'A H.-hinjrton, Jan. 21.—The in , rhousfh it i. almost certain that |
! formation respecting tile situation s me action of a compulsory at Caracas received by the slate nature will in the end Eh- forced | department from Mmister Bowen upon our irovernment, tEiis will jill a cablegram of lliursdt.v’s not occur until every resource of date is to the elf ct that President dip'onmcy has been exhausted C astro has made a proposition for Familiar with Castro’s prac-I the settlement of the asphalt lice-, the state department know.
I claims and other issues between that the dictator, accompanied by Mile United States and Venezuela a brass band, has now started for of a nature that makes it impo- a tout of Venezuela, throwing to I v i si hie of acceptance bv our ttov the wind all thoughts ,,f the r,.. ‘ ! I eminent, and bein* notilied of public’s straits, and «ive himself |* I that fact, and havinit left the over to merrymaking and dane' * capital for an indetinite period. he i„K., ,,erh .ps for weeks. |„ this has terminated the negotiations limo it will be next to impossible at least for the tim- bein* for any questions of state to be
Hie effect of this action is toiconsidered by him
Place relations between the This action is ...............
United States and Venezuela |of a series of -neidents embar under a decide I strain. rassle* to t'.e United States, and
However, there is no intention steadily destructive of what on the part of the administration chances existed of amicably set with undue haste, an I | lin^ the Venezuelan tangle.
PAUL W. ALLEN,
NKW houses; new rummies
Travel well. L)((>k W(j)1
Satisfactory Service (ilia ran feed.
Allen Livery Barn
E\i*rvflung good to oat al
THE STATEHOOD HORIZON
HAS A ROSIER HUE
* EUPION ^ OIL
And yon wont have any more Smoked Lamp I blarneys or any more fussing by your wife
For sale by_
!V.,S; A MEADERS. Lf FTLK
ANI I J* 1 - ^ H’ RUKI) & JOHNNTOX
AM) M. I j. row KUS ^
“Hgned) (J, Ii. Jones."
When interviewed la*t evening concerning the telegram, Pie.si-
Ok In boma City, Jan 21. —Un lens all *igns fail which occurs
occasionally of course —there will ......
soon be occasion for the lighting I dent Turner said'. of bonfires, rinttinjtof bells and “I take it from Mr. Jones’I blowing of steam whistles in Ok message that the statehood meas I lahoma. for j .int statehood for me will soon reach a vote nnd iii Oklahoma and Indian Territory is tim! event I think statehood is ih>w imminent, and the |iassaKe of certain to ensue. It looks as! the s,nit|e stateho id bill would I though the Foraker amendment call forth joyous paeans from | in the compromise th it is heinie I every city, town and hamlet in effected, bein* the elimination of' the two territories Arizona from the bill, thus per-
that the statehood measure is nutting Oklahoma aud Indian about to be passed may be in Territory to come into the sister-
WOULD YOU TAKE I
TOR YOUR EYES?
Don't neglect them or wear poor glasses.
C. J. WARREN, the Optician, Will Fit You Right.
EYES & TESTED ^ FREE
ferred from a telegram which reached <>klahoina (i y inst night, as follow*:
‘‘V\TM*hington. DC, Jan 2o 1U»>5 “T. I) Vumer. Preiidem Cl,him ber of Commerce, Oklahoma 4 ny, Okla:
“(rood work boing done on the at itehood hill. Believe will get a vote. Oklahoma and Indian Territory will he admitted as one alate
building look* good,
hood' of state* and probably New j Mexico Miso. Mr. done* in on the ground and i* alive to the chang I"g poise nnd I think his advices ma.\ he relied upon as reflecting the status of affair* at. Washington.”
A hor bondon after the show
tneight will make .\ou sleep well.
Appropriation for public All flavors, Elite Confectionary
lf in Lh f/twifl *$$-Jt
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Janunri IQi.n m ' >re thj* ‘'0,,p,n if* P'esented during Indios sn’ri i 'm *’nnp*,'< Le-itlier Shoes arc tunde for men, ladies and clitia renal from t!0c. to $J5o per pair. At