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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA EVENING NEWS. THE NEVVb DELIVERED AT tiir PER WEEK DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, MONDAY EVENING-, JAN. 9, 1905, NUMBER 257 CLEAN UP SALE NO prices have been made in Ada as we are making in this January Sale. Many lines are out half. have not bored jon all with a cost sale. We simply mean to clenn up all winter goods by giving prices. Don't forget the winter is to come yet SEE TODAY'S CIRCULAR. .CL THING. Our entire sstock of Men s Boys' and Chil- dren's C lothing (ex- cept Men's Black) at 14 OFF From fair, bout st rejfuliu prim i- >i big cut. h OFF MEANS. OFF WITH US This is Wnat it Means: Men's 10 00 12 1500 (i ti 40 7 0 11 1500 LADIES' SKIRTS WAISTS Our entire line of Skirts one fourth off marked price We have about one dozen nice aists that we will close fivm one third to one half Regular Price EMBROIDERY SPECIAL We have placed on a table a line of Embroidery "t very tempting prices. Be sure and ask lo -ee them Uijr lot Wool cut to from one third to one half the regolar price Henley Biles, ONE PRICE SPOT CASH WOULD YOU TAKE I i FOR YOUR EYES? l_ Don't neglect them or wear poor t'l C. J. 'WARREN, the Optician, Will Fit You Right. EYES TESTED FREE y I Model Bakery Krervthing good to eat nlwnvs on hnnd at the Model Bakery. Mrend. Ktr. SeP him opposite the po.stothfe I J. A. ISLINGER, Prop. X PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery Stable. NEW HORSES NEW BUGGIES Travel well. Look well. Satisfactory Service Guaranteed. Allen Livery Barn o CHITWflOD IHE FOR UP'TO'DATE CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTQFFIGE. BAPTIST CHURCH IS DEDICATED TO GOD Sunday in the presence of a larjje crowd Pastor M. P. Hunt, of Kansas City, Mo., dedicated the Baptist church of this city to the Keeping of our all wise M iker- The pastor choHe for his subject the text "It is more blended to give than to receive The ser mon was instructive and interest ing throughout and ended with a plea for a liberal gift of money for Girl Thrown Killed. Shawnee, Ok., Jim. IB- year-old daughter of Samuel Woo tan, a wellknown farmer and stockman of Fairfax, few miles north of here on the Santa Fe, thrown from her horse and instantly killed Saturday, while riding in the pasture. purposes, some being raised at the close of the Pastor Hunt a forceful and lotficil speaker and held his audience in rapt attention to the end, several Iiines biintfinjr tears to the eyps of his by hts pathos. Wapanuoka Hotel Burned. Wapannoka, I. T., Jan. 9 'quare Hotel on Choctaw avenue, owned by Mrs. M P. liobinson, was destroyed by fire Sunday morning Loss about insurance It is supposed that a defective flue was the Lecture Postponed, On account of the inclement weal her and the illness of liev i hint thete will he no lecture at Baptist church tonight aw was advertised, Rev. Hunt wan quite ill all night and this mornmir, and it is to be regretted that our people will not get to hear his lecture "Be we hod ex pec ted a feast of reason. How ever, it may be that the gentle- n ay be induced to return to our city in the near future. If he is able he will leave on the North bound Frisco evening for his home at Kansas City. _____ Mr. of Shawnee, came in Saturday on business. STATEHOOD LEGISLATION IN A SERIOUS TANGLE Washington. Jan. hood legislation is in such a titngle in the senate that the bill provid my for the admission of two states out of four territories now pending little chance of final p iHsasf P Senator Ueveridge, who is leading the for vwo states, unalile to get any agreement to vote, and although there ap- pears to be a clear mnjoiity for tlie pending vote, there are of filihustmg in case an attempt is made to force the vote before March 4 Senator Teller hus no- tified the steering committee that the measure can not pass in its present form. Senator Ueveridge that statehood must stand or fall as provided for in the pending measure. There are six senators known to be opposed to the pres- ent bill, and will be recorded against it if it ever comes to ti vote. These are Senators Hans- brough, McCumber, Algrr, For- tiker, Bard and Hey burn. Senators Burrows, Warren nnd Gtallinuer are also against bill, bub would stand with the majority of their party should it come to a vote Duncan Henderson carry a full line of fresh staple groceries. I'lipy are courteous to their cus tomers and would, like a share of your patronage. The Good Samaritans Referring to the item in Sat- urdny'n News regarding the find intf of a man in almost comatose c >ndition on a much frequented t ioioujfhfare, our attention has bnen called to fact that several parties saw this inxn standing there before midnight and passed him about dn.v nnd did not go near him Now, it does not take a to know that a min has not his mental faculties, who is found standing or lying in i he cold, at an hour when the whole population is naturally expected to bo asleep. It seems unreasonable that any one who had ever heard the story of "the good Samaritan'1 should "pass by on the other sHe The fact that the party survived his awful night's experience does not lesson our obligations in such matters. Any one should ascertain why another should act so queerly, remembering that ''after all is he not my and perhfcpi by st doing -ave a life. To Oiaburaa Nearly Half Million. Ardmons I T., Jan. 9 spector Prank O. Churchill has been detailed by the department to go to Sulphur Springs, I. T. to disburse about to owners of lots and improvements situated in the reservation which was acquired by an act of Con- gress aud set aside for park pur- poses The government will spend a larye amount to improve the reservation which contains, flue mineral spriqga, 8HAWNEE QROWINQ SOME. Santa Fe Roundhouse and Oiv.alon Moved From Pureell. Sbawnee, Ok., Jan. midnight Saturday nightachange in the Santa Fe schedule went into effect, whereby the through freight business of the line will be run over the Shawnee branch. This tine has been put in first- class condition, and the roadhed said to be one of the best in the southwest. a result of this the roundhouse and division equip- ments and employes at Pureell have been transferred to this city. Sixty-five men, many of whom have families, have been trans- ferred to Shawnee. The Rock Island shops here are adding scores of new men. seventy-five having been em- ployed in one day last week. Work on the handsome new pas sender and freight depots for road will Territorial News Notea are 100 m >.H in the Vinit-i jail and of this number o ily one a wo nan. ue engineer who >vas M -tit o.v Muskogee (Jominorcia! to inject the "ic-of ihe power du.n >.n HIM Grand River, has repot ted tliat the project is feasible. A consistery of the 33d Degree Scottish Rites Masons will be formed shortly at South McAlea- ter. This will be the second con- sistery in the two teriitories the Uher being located at Gut brie. In ing to put a loaded pistol in the waist-band of his Thursday morning, Jomes Mori accidently discharged the weapon. The ball struck him in the groin ranging making a serious wound. J. S. Sauls bury was arrested Thursday afternoon in Muskogee bv two Indian policemen. He had a telescope in which weie found twenty-two pint ind for y- four half pint bottles of He was turned over to the United States authorities and his bond fixed at I Sent Certificates Baok. Muskogee, I. T., Jan. 9 dian Agent Shoenfelt is having trouble in ing to get tome full bloods Indians in t'le Choc t iw and Chicusaw nation to accept allotments'. Tliev have refused to select land at the Atoka nnd Tish- omingo lin d offices and the Dawes ommisMon made the arbitrarily. Certificates of al lotments were sent to them, but 129 certificates have been return- ed. The Indian agent will now send appraises and determine the val ue of the allotments these Indians refuse to accept. He will then collect rentah on these lands hold the money in trust for the allotees until some means can be devised of persuading them to accept it. Business Change. Lftte Saturday evening a trans- fer was made whereby Jack >hir- ley, the early resident and gin man of Ada becomes n partner in the firm of Lowden Shirley, he having bought the interest held by W. S. Kerr. The new member needs no in- troduction to our many readers, as he has been a resident of the town since its inception. He has always been classed ns a good business man and bears the rep- tation of being strictly reliable in his every transaction. The retiring member, Mr. W. S. Kerr, will still remain a citi- zen of Ada, but what business he will engage in has been learn- ed._____________ For luncheons and parties there is nothing finer than our featinos, and fruit cakes. 353 4t Elite Confectionery, New Meat Market. We have opened up a new Meat Market on South Brood- way nnd Thirteenth street. Hest of Everything. Hlckey Dlsmukes. Mr. Merchant Don't complain of hard times and dull davs when a well written ad in the New will brinff you customers. JUST TRY IT Coal e now have on hand the Coal rerfivod Better in Winter be- fore the price ad- viuicen. CASH ON DELIVERY. i Crystal Ice Coal Co. 'PHONE 122, ADA, I, T I Business Course at Half Price To help advertise the Shawnee Hujiiu-Ks Collejff in our und to Kttve the trouble nnd expense of traveling nnd Kolicitii'ir for we offer the seven Ncholoi ships applied for by parlies gvttmir their mini from your post- irtiee, at half if taken be- tween now and January 20, OUR SPECIAL OFFER IS AS FOLLOWS, KuU Commerciul Coiuse, including Itookkeup it tr, shoi thand, aud alt commercial branches 82.% 830 81S 810 Itonklieepin? alone. Shorthund alone pewritimr iilont- Kntflif-h Course alone Any two of the above Time not limited The above prices are on'v half the regular r.ite and are to fcevi-n pupus from any one post- office, ami must be taken before January SO, 1005 Address Cmorx IV. Justus, MONEY TO LOAN. Long time loans made on improved business and residence prop- erty with optional payments. Also farm loans on surplus of in- termarried citizens. We write Fire In- surance in old line companies and make abstracts of title. BRALEY A EBEY, Rfir SPAPFRf "SPAPERJ
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