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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 12, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 <  TI IK NKWn (iiVI S THI NKW S WUU.K 11's NKW-.  VOLUME I  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  apa. INDIAN TERRITORY. THURSDAY EVENING}. JAN. 18. 1905,  TUE xifif §  deli ver EtF=i  I"C EKK  en-WKw  I  :r— ■ --—-I CRIMINAL DOCKET FOR  , IS I FEBRUARY TERMRF COURT  KIRSCHUAVA\  itKEAl SOAT  Following is the antling of iliel 320 Z Ii Guin, di-pointr lienor  loin'if 1  l''t For the Ki-briwry, 3.-4 I’ ll L.um.n, d* P ,!iiJ L'O.i, term of tin* United States liq'or  3JJ I B Lim man, disposing liquor  SJI W R Mnton, M K Elliott.  Y   r OU sir who havi» math* tho o d snit do. lion* i> your opporiunity, and ha’f tho u nier before  •' OII.    \ t MI (|i v,»| VI* JI  bargain b ch use you hive w«.rn n *>h-i‘»by c ai \\ hon ut hoi im n Wire spoiling i h**i r ne" onos I his is your inning and y» ut* own hi ii Ii if  x ,, u  d,. n ' t  make jhi* best of it  si*  One • Fourth . Off  On on o« r  entire st .ck of Clothing. Except rn -n’s blad.) Incladin^ Boys s lits ani Men’s O id Punts.  Von h u p no {dei what your money will do here until you see ti e values.  CLEARANCE PRICES ALL THROUGH THE STORE  Henley 4 Biles,  r DDT/'T    .    /  ONE PRICE „*  SPOT CASH  for your eyes?  Don’t n**L r le<*t them or wen** poor chose*  C. J. WARREN, the Optician, Will Fit You Right.  EYES ^ TESTED     FREE   —mac ti  rn  :e § ani  •••••••••••••••••••••••*••••••#  Model Bakery....  . I • %  1905, term of the United Stales  ; «»ui*t to be held at Ada. Iud a"  IV rn tory. Hon. J. T. Dickerson, Judge.  Monday, february, 13, 1905. “FF Pele Martin Le« ^liioids, violating revenue law.  -14 tv M Long, violating re' ♦*nue law.  -15    \\    illiani Newman, viola  mg revenue I av.  --J Abe K tis, weapon.  2.15 A Maxey, Pat Straughn,  gaming I oido.  LMT I »i»or Brown, aggravated j  as> alit (iii*1»)  248 J \V Myers disturbing  peace ( u p)  2ao p.ui K|x»»r t  gaming (sop)  -*»5 Bee >imth, Ode Craw foul, Leonard Muuklen, aggru-  i MUed assault.  -’X) Knoeli Jones, disturbing i chg ohs worship  2*1 lot Neil, disturbing  pi'Mee.  !    Tol    Ned, weapon.  I 38*2 Jim (loodson, impending  i JU 'I ice..    *  *283 Jim Minnix, Bob Max 'veil. disturbing peace.  2M) J M Mi,t*‘i>i»n, disturb mg religion* \\ or* hi p.  I    vv"ic 1    J  j    ^teelnian, John  I " Hliamson. d sturPing peace.  Ti Ed.\Y, FEBRUARY 14. 19 »5  —*1    Bt b    Devers,    gaining  house.  ■    -J-    brank    \\ aliter,    Henry  .Mv*iy, g ming house.  291 Steve lulkington, (P G  amin.,rd Fiat.k " Hiker,leonard  I '**' son ll-Dry Neelv. gaming.  L.-'Vrr  A K e *, < >Kcttlowell,  *f ming.  -!'7 lid Wright, Sam High,  gaming     H     *  312    Luther    Hodges,    disturb  ing religious worship  3J J Ll a m Johnson, weapon ut    * eJsoii I Ii a kins,    "i ai non  * »•>    A It Mib.stian,    ass,in]  and hatler.l (:iI p)  317 Jim Age,., W. \\*. Biown.  gaming  31 s  Jim Agee, Hill D u , c ,n  gam ng    ’  J-.')    lr in Polk. weapon  *>_ i Jti'iiui Beam, weapon .>18    Jan,i'on " right,    aggm  lated assault  I 333 ULI I Im will-.rn. J„|,„  - | in w-nom, disturbing i cace j JU i Chm I- y It .ugh, malicious  in I "•ell i»* f  I wednksijav. Kl IUUaRY 15. HHV,  I* ti Bin, im nidueim,  I Fe]if.,f    *■  I 45 • liquor 117 i j. or His I liquor  B»9 Waite i , big liquor  173 (ie,, McKn ghl, F Z IL,I  iv.', 111'i ti -si iig hqu* i  I qum- ‘ ;t ’° •' ,cK " i - l,t - <•'"losing  I "5 l.ou " heeler. Ed Wheeler, •"'posing I it] nor*  liquor  Jol,,, K ° a,OG > di'POeing  liipmr  Cl ""' lie    dis l , o-'nh’  larceny and receiving  222 Kirk Siovhll, a^nult to xiii  TUESDAY, february 28. 190.1.  3^9 C L Roff, lemoViiig mort gaiicd properly  230 C L Boff, disposing mortgaged properly  2Pt Geolge Clark, embezzlement  307 Joe Hardin, murder  WEDNESDAY, MAUCH I, 1905.  “iJ 3 D Cowling, larceny  , NUMBER 260  ...    --    *»» iv r.iinar,  •e»u i    Posing    liquor  •>.iJ Jet! ( rtt«on,rliH|K>*ifig liquor MO> DAY FEBRUARY 2«», I OO.’*.  11 Worth Lit tletietd. larceny 40 (iurge Barnes, larceny 48 S E K* rr. seduction  80 J C Jackson larceny and re ell mg  .v„ah Hawkins Barney Car-•c\v, murder  202 Barney Cnrney, murder  . J 0, ‘uie Johnson, Jareeny and ••eeiving  tuesday, february 21. 1905.  95 Spicer Lune, destroying ndi.snie  98 Spicer Line, larceny  ,„. U ’ 5 J C  l' 1 Clmu "cey, uttering JOI god inwtrument  1‘ti Boh p.well, larceny  111 John Kefner, larceny   n - 3ame* B Wi'|i m „.. , ntlr ^ pr   WKDNKSOAy, FKBKUAlty 22. I90>  l!«  J » W DHVen|> “'% murd-r IU Ben F McCurtain, false Iiretrnie  12“ (• A Bi "rn ii Leu. nm rd. r thursday, february 23, 1905 125 Gen I) Mi Her, lar«V.j Uf> Andy It van, murder  148 G M Williams, attempt to  murder  15“ J W Lane. arson  B'S J ,\| Bird well, removing mortgaged proper* v  monday february 27. 1905 IH» .IG Cornell, ini.n^h.ughfer '    'V'.'U Burt, iissMiili m kill  -U> Lizzie Gordon, Lazulis Uoriinn, aduprev  -’17 Alert Mobley, Dink Lane.  INSURANCE CANCELED,  Policies Withdrawn in District Where Colton is Burned.  New Orleans, Ll., Jan. 12.-I n  sur nee companias, which hnvi l-lnci-d policies on cotton in ware houses througlout the South, nri    .......... i„teeny I  S1 ‘ id haV ®  Cancol, d :l| l P»li<-i-<  245 Dan Askew, " ill Hendriv ° n     in    districts where the  "ST?. , ^    ’ ■‘ ra " 1 « has been hurnod, eve, ,n  # kill    Trentham, assault 'he smnllest qu-mtiiies. In dis-  253 Johnson Porter assault to I ? 1 ’ a '"’ 1 ' 6 the f,lrmers  have kill    *    J mi1 ' discussed tho burning ct  THURSDAY, MIRCH 2, 1905. cotton as  a  means of raising  lt)4 Oscar H -m   Tom I pnces - iosurnnce policies | ia ,  _ lur Hammond, aw’wTn a    lh-en raised about 50 per cen’  encl- sure    ’     de8tr ‘>'«ng|    lr is underwood on the !,«.! Co  269 Jack Anderson. 'Arch "‘hat there is a Brown obsirucing ii K .rack I»krepment nmcng the insnmnc iii f' nv Se i!*  a »*a«lt to kill  co '"P»nies, or at least an unde 3 I bourns Carney, assault to 'I-nd njr, to the effect that sill  I flip     tit  _ FRIDAY, MAUCH 3, 1905. I|h® «>®|'anie» will net in 273 J.,Im Ai.,ms, larceny’ I    . ,n    the s ' lnp  m’lnnc:  3ohn Williamson, assault to I    "Cfion has effectually  s t 0 i  HPI ii. k C-     l “’ d    the b " rnin >r of cotton in s  New Wholesale Firm.  The Mil lawny. Douglas, (J pp  <j  3i>2    Lee    Short,    Bluke  larceny and receiving  3''3    Leu    Short,    Blake    Allen,  larceny «nd r**c»*i\i»ig  Saturday March 4,190,5. I /  he     JFawn.v. Douglas, Up  F Turn Marlin, perjury ] , 7,    grocery    firm  H    I.i tx sa  i    F    Boltjpriville,    md    thp    K<dtnp  R»*bm;in LVholenale Gro. Co  -41 lum Marlin, perjury  08 Lige Bar hind, false pre ton^P  M-7 ! ! T°w, n  ?  Run y« r >. adulter.} 33- J W Myers, accessory 334 Jeff Ruse, larceny  Notice.  All members ol the different trad-* unions and their ladies are respectfu-ly invited t (attend a banquet given under the ausui ( es of the A. F. of L. on Saturday night January 14. over (he Bed Cross store. There will be s|»-ecl-es. music and supper.  By linier of committee,  J- D. Looper, chairman.  WANT NO RESTRICTIONS  lh I    Griffin,    disposing  IVte Martin, dbp<»ing Lht 11 ii rn on J, dis! Nisi in-Goy no, int red uc  W a^hington, Jan. 12, — Tho 'enate « nil of the capital w;i^ vis “•d Wodnosday by d-l-irti« n  of titty ro'idi-nts of OIB,boma  • rid Indian Territory, who lnac  • ohio to Wii'h ngton in tho intor  • sSf of that portion of tho joint > ut. IioihI bill whirl) provide* for •ho* creation of a  s „ lt e out ol  hose two I oratories I boy un* der'i ole to vis,r all (ho Senators,  | “'it arrived at the capitol Home  : iv I int in advance nt most of IJ limn and conaoquentl.v ^ue  • eodfd only in finding a few of hem in th. ii committee room*. B.v 11 o’c I "ck they had well-ni^h " 0l  n tbemsel vi\s our tramping “ver tin* stone ti o sand at that time they took up a position out 'ide the room of the Committee  • n Territories to wait fur Xenatur Beveridge, who had charge ol the bill. The leader, I>. C. Lewis,  Daily American Sold.  Guthrie, ()k. f  j an#  jo—The  Daily A met jean, Uepnbliean, at  Kl Reno, was purchased today  f>om Frank Grei*r by (’. E. Blair.  recently from Ash boro. X. O.  "h> re he was a tiQwspaher man for years.  Farmer Shot and Killed.  Muskogi-e, I. T„ Jan. |0 _ Julin Brewer, a well-knox n farirer n--a-- Melvin, was killed Tues lay  n ig‘ I at his horn- by hems.' shut with a sin its. un. His wife says the shot was fired through the door by an unknown  Ada have con-olidated. it members of each firma- has hep  "j  Wi 1  '•'■"til'Ue int,,;  es ted aud under s-me ut mao, I 1 "*"*- As the Holdenville fir, is already incorporated, the cot sftjidated firm’s name will b Mila way. Douglas, f pp & Co   The .mount    ca pi la I stock wii  he increased to $75,00).  Tile Ada branch of this tim has already built a a„ 0 | busine*. and under the new sssociation « hi h gives additional capital ant  better “uy mg fricilitics, there i-  no doubr but that the ne iv fin, will ho known ms one of r he *t r om  ( f , oiy PfOSPfir0n8 tinns of the ferri   Sad Accident.  i About fin* I,’clock WedneMdnv gening uhih* Mrs Chis For hh ri \r i" prep;,,, ng the evening mi ni. the Hoi bing of lh ir little I 'wo yenr old girlcnughr fire front h- hor *fi»ve. Frantic at the  s, ^ ir  of ‘he chi bl being wr-.pne I  ,n  » ,Tn ' , > ,  'be mother picked if- un *!    » uJi;* l info the vnrd m here  mi*» («ii,ds father tore the fmrn-mg ( **lofhe* from i « |j th* IrkIv.  U lith* tim lit* Ii* on p’s b a . k i« p**vereh» burned nml ii,,, barn | co np!et**l.v bu rued ti wily if is J thought,  thnt it xrjI| rncnver as   no^eofrl,..    Avo re inhaled  I hrs MI ming ffv* little opp was renting as .*h.|v , s  p,, S "*ib'e linier Hit* eircurn*t inc***.  Froz n to Death.  Oklahoma Ci'y, O .Jan 12 —  •I I- Buckh-s, a hart- n-lcr, clad • ti his night clothes soui hensr of town I roz**n to deaf Ii  " JI* 1  iou  v '«dues I  F.cr- ''-in..'   -I .....  ;|I»    III.    ....    , 1mmH    Nt   ■-« .u .,.....  s,lld     ‘lint    Iii*    delegation was inter-  pp>r '  omack > deposing I ested only in the Oklahoma hill.  ... TV    I    It*    .1    Lev    Si A. .I  on ry Ga t"*,    d is j »u> i ng  PAUL W. ALLEN,  Livery Stable.  NEW HOUSES    NKW    BUGGEKS   T ' NVel  i .    I.....Iv Well.  S.HHiac ory Service Guarantee!.  Allen Livery Barn  *  lit j u or  Y46 liquor  255 A |{ Thompson, intioduc  mg liquor  2,0 >imon Frazier, Doe Black im ij'(Iu -mg I quor  *  Sl111  Li.uc I,,    disposing   U ’ illl "C« Owens, disposing  ‘mi-rsdav, pkbiiuaiiy 16, 191,5  28i, y'T‘ /•“”'•  d  1  , ' ,x,sl . n «T I luor  '.'(ll ic | k     **    I'M.....  I j — l>"h Kevels, i*i„iy Devers disposing Ii ( |nor  \-adv ,r' a " k  Wu'ker, Henry  A  F.\, deposing liquor  I)quio-  Charley AW,> ’  dis l K>s i,ig  i  2!,:, Charley Agon, disposing  ti,;!',"’:”    WB    Low  tim,, introducing liquor  liquor * $Ud Blackwtdl . dis|K>sing  » M 'u’V- 1 ?-"'  dispofin K liquor 3-i ) VV A    liquor  aaa ... A J""*  dl 'l>0 »'g liquor V-J V! C UVU, disposing liquor  -    v uinii nu ,,nKiiuu*n I    uimmi  PUI 'y.    I lie tragedy is shrouded i " •*'*•* delirou* from pneumoi  d'iuiTl'tt (is:    .    lT •i‘""i M ’ d  through a window  I , ' -    Whites Marshal I ms home    at I o’clock Wed ne cl  •OHIO Dry an has arrested George I morning    aud escaped du i„.r  Dunean-    he,...-  ---------  ,    ?  Made an Asaignment.  •*- H Luther, who conducted n He said also that the ,s onle n'f f. i' ‘ froce, ;y o,,  '"""l, Br-aidwa,,  not" tr wa d t  1 " diaM , Ter,horA  i^r^Kra^crs.  nly want ^tatehu<>d, but F c Trdit**m.  "ant to cornein on the same foot  U, ‘ ,n *  1,e|d  »P hy two hid.  mg as cither states.    •*»*•«««,    -------  B e du nos want any* restric  nous,” he said. “Let them give ii- statehood, and let them giv it toils on a footing of silt re "poet.”  I hey found many senators friendly <0 the Oklahoma hill. I, seas learned later that the Helena Mon objects to the feature rela me to (he liquor lr,.fie in the pro posed sSiHti*.  rile delegation wa* later heard  y benator Beveridge,  w |,o stat  of S bl'?.  W ,8WlrUe3t '- v in f “ vo '  Notioe.  , () '; a V cessment No. 3 by J an .  orc    r ; V -° Ur p, ’ ,i, ’ V    f ""  fo.ee time City Mutual Huri.,1  - "Ciiitiou, A. j. Mosnian, .-ie®  udlnw.    ieo    at  way men recently ii given bv  oine as 1 he cause of his failure in business*  Failure to ndvortis* his wares hoYever, has as  m  , c .|,  to do wvh    ,e  “"hire as liny thing. \VV venture tin* apertion ihat not 250  nTfc  m  u ,ie City k,,, * w M **-h'T, aaliis name seldom ap  i ared I,,  a  newspaper column  It A y H ,;  ,,:l ' sed    a  'nan's  i lends will ti ade with him fi r  “Id time ► sake and the man who  will quote his price.s and goods  Who™ ‘r^P^rsia.irone who gets th»»re with both feet.  Notioe to Taxpayers.  The tax book for the y ear 1904  Olton*  rt *A PF^se call at av   an    maKe  ®®ttlement    aa   ear I.V as possible.  The law requires that 15 nor wit F>e Tid^rd KU the lo ll day „f FeUrunty.    G. J Johnson,  Tux culiectuf  - — ■ storm and froze iodin belute being f.mncl.  Coming!  Daley’s big Ten Night,  in   1 n ° * ,n  ctunp iny will play «»ne night engag- ment at t opera house >a unl-iv nigl January 14. Big band and c che-tra. Street concert no.  ,,nd  "NCht __ 260    3c  Terrilory Ginner* to Meet.  South McAlester. J. T., Jhi The Indian Territory git nets have called a meeting « their association, to meet here o Jan. 31, for the purpo>e of orgai •zings IVrri Tonal a«s s-iatiun.  Four Hundred Ballies,  St. Vincent’s [nfint Asylum Ltncago, ^lieJt**rs homeless waif Await lug adoption and there ar nearly 400 babies there. Si-te Julia writes:    *'| enn»'ot **nr tfx  much in praise of Fo ey V H uiej And Far for cough*, colds, crouj and whooping cough.” Contam! no opiates and is safe and slu e Ask for Foley’s Honey and Tai iii I insist upon having if. is it i i "Ufe reiii>‘di and cit‘in in * »• suits. R. luse*uh>tt»uies Cf uh JJrag Co. aud Ains u u*ug Cg,  t   

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