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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma Til U1VKSTHK t THE ADA EVENING NEWS. DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY VOLUME 1 ADA, INDIAN THURSDAY EVENING, JAN. 13, 1905. Ihe Man Who Has Has His Innings YOU who have the old suit, do. hern is your opporiunity- and half the n inter before .ton. YOU a bargain b cause you hive worn a hen othei UK n wi ro sporting their ones ihis i-< your iniiiiiir nnd y ur own I'mili it don't jhe best of it. i One Fourth On on our entire of (except blaclv) including Boys' Suits nnl Men's O.ld P.ints. no ide-i what your money will do here until you see the values. CLEARANCE PRICES AIL THROUGH THE STORE Henley Biles, ONE PRICE SPOT CASH WOULD YOU TAKE FOR YOUR EYES? Don't noifjoct or wen'- poor J. 'WARREN, the Optician, Fit You EYES TESTED FREE BaKery. ihinir v.iMifl in on h-nid lit 'he .M. I- I. I. I I' n..... J. A. ISLINGEtt, Prop. PAUL W. ALLBN, Livery Stable. NEW HORSES NEW BUGGIES Tnivel well. hook well. SuiHlav orv Service Guarantee I. Allen Livery Barn CHITWOOD, THE TAILOft, FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING, KEXT TO PJSTOFFICE. CRIMINAL DOCKET FOR FERRUARY TERM OF COURT Following thesrttingof the criminal docket for the FVbrunry term of Ihw United court ro bo liehl at Ada. Ind a" Territory, lion. J. T. Dickersun, Judge. MONDAY, FEBRUARY, 13, 1905. 211 PI-IH Martin Le -iinith, Ode Ctttw- Leonard Muulden, nggra- rd assault. Knocli Jones, disturbing worship To! Ne-il, disturbing Tol Neal, weapon. Jim Goodson, impending 281 icace. 28'J 282 u-'ice. 285 Jnu Minnix, I Job Max- veil, disturbing peace. J disturb )g teligious wur-hip. 287 J S Stei'hnan, John d peace. FKBHUAUY 14. liob 820 qi or H32 Z H Gnin, disposing liquor 1' U Lauinun, disporting T B Lnumao, disposing 331 W R M K Ellintt. Ui'ey li HurkeH, liquor U89 liquor MONDAY FEBRUARY 11 Worth Lutleneld. Inrceny 40 Quorate rues, larceny 48 8 E K. rr, seduction Ho J C Jackson larceny and re larceny and receiving 222 Kirk SfovHll. a-cnult fo kill TUESDAY, FKBHUARY 28. 190.V 229 C L Itoff, lemoviiig tnort (rawed property 230 C L Itoff, disposing property 240 Geoige Clark, embezzle- NUMBER 260 INSURANCE CANCELED, 307 Joe Hnrlin, m.irder WEDNESDAY. MARCH I, 1005. 244 J U Cowling, liircenv 245 Dun Askew, lleudrix, 86 Noah Barney Car- iey, murder 203 IJarnev dirnoy, murder 93 JoluiieJolmson, Jareen.v and TUESDAY, FBBKUARY 21. 1905. Spicer Lune, destroying 2'JJ Frank Walker, Henry Noi'lv, g miug house. 21H Steve t'allcington, (P G Kiunk ul km, Leonard Liiisou Ncelt. gaming. James Ketilewell, Cli-is McAdoo. u mint'. Ed Wright, Sam Higk irnming ai-J Luther Hodges, disturb- ing leligious U1H Klam weapon 1314 Nelson 11-iw kins, tu-iipon A B xibistiun, ussuuli iinil Jan A gee, W. W. Biown. y n 1 1 1 1 n g olS Jim Agee, Hill Du icm, 98 Spicer Line, larceny 105 C M Chauncey, uttering 'orged instrument lu6 Bob Powell. Inroony i 11 John Ketner, larcenv 112 R Wi'limni. murder WEDNKSDAY, FRBRUAttY 22, 1905. 113 J W Davenport, murder 111) Hdn F MeCurtttin, false A D5-mul.es. murdi r THUHSDAY, FKBHUARY 23, 1905. D Miller, larceny 1U6 Vndy liynn, murder 148 G M Williams, attempt to J W Lino, J M Itirdtveli, removing MONDAY FKBBIMRY 27. 1905. 189 J G Cornell, mun-htughter HI-IIM Hurt, Mssnnlr 10 kill o.'o van MIIJJ liquoi 2'JO Bub fevers, Pink Uevers, liquor 293 Pi auk Walker, Henry disposing liquor 298 Charley Agee, disposing liquor Charley Agee, disposing liq or H B rough ton, W B Low- ther, int reducing liquor Bud Black well, disposing liquor 811 W C Rea, disposing Hquor H21 WC R'-a, liquor 322 W C K-a, di-po-ing liquor VV 0 216 Gordon, Lazmis Gordon, mlui'rev 217 Alert Mobl.-y, Dink Lane, Charles Trentham, 10 kill 253 Johnson Porter, awault to kill THURSDAY, H VRCH 2, 1005. 264 Oscar Hammond, Tom larceny 263 W K Brown, destroying enclosure 269 Jaok Anderson, 'Arch Brown, obstructing li li track' 271 Edn.v Self, assault to kill 272 Thomas Carney, assault to kill FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1905. 273 John MorriH, larceny 2s8 John Williamson, assault to kill 301 Rob Simmons, larceny 8o2 Lee Short, Blake Allen, larceny and receiving Leu tthort, Blake Allen, larceny nnd receiving SATURDAY MARCH 241 Tom Martin, perjury 308 Lige Harlaud, false 329 John R Runyan, adultery 330 J W Myers, accessory 334 Jeff Rose, larceny Notice. All members of the different ICM unions and their ladies invited a banquet given under thn auspi cen of the A. F, of L. on Suturdav night Janmiry 14, over the Ued Cross stoie There will be speeches, music and "-upper. By order of committee, J. D. Loo per, chairman. THE STATEHOOD BOOMERS WANT NO RESTRICTIONS Washington, Jan. .12, The Donate i nd of the capital vis Hi d Wednesdny n d'-ii'iftin of residents of OliMioma ind Indinn Teri'torj, who hi.ve onto to ngton in the inter st of ihut pmiion of the joint bill h fin he c rout ion of a state out ot liose two 'leri itories. 'I hey un- lerdoU to visit all the Senators, hut nrrivt'd at the capitol some what in ndvtince ot most of them eouseqiujntly -uc reeded only in finding u few ol i hem in thiii committee Ib 11 o'ch'ek h.id well-nixh >vom themselves out trumping over the stone fl o M and at ihnt time tliey took up u position out >ide the roum of the Co'iimitree to for Senator Deveridg'', who had churjie ol the bill. The lender, D. C. Lewis, id i hat hit delegation wns inter ested only in the Oklahoma hill, llus'iid that the ofl OUIuhoma and Indian Tenitor> not only want but to come in on the same foot ing as other states. do iioc want any restric- he stud. "Iiet tlieiu give statehood, -aid let them giy: it to us on a footing of sell re i-pect." They found mnny senators liiendly to the Oklahoma bill. It wan learned later that the dulega tion o> jects to the feature rela live to the liquor truflc in the pro uoxed Slate. Thn delegation later henrd by Senator Ueveridge, who mat ed tluit he was earnestly in favor of the bi 1. Daily American Sold. Guthrie, Ok., Jan. Vmctic'in, liepuhliean, ni El Reno, pun-hased today fiom Kiank Greer bv C. E. Uh.ir. recently from Ashboro, N. C. he was a spatter matt Farmer Shot and Killed. Maskogee, I. T., Jan. 12 John Mrewer, a well-knoun furnner near Melvin, killed Tuesday nig' tat hi" home inir shot with a His wife the shot waM fired through the door by tin unknown party. The traged.> is shrouded in mysterv. D> Uniti'd States Marshal lohn O'Bo an arrested Polioiea Withdrawn in Districts I Where Cotton it Burned. New Orleans lit., Jan. suruicfl companies, which have I ulaced policies on cotton in ware- houses throughout the South, are said to have canceled all policies on cotton in districts where the ntaple has been burned, even in the "mnllest quantities. In dis- where the farmers have met and discussed the burning cf cotton as a means of raising prices, insurance policies have bi-en raised about 50 per cent, [t is understood on the local ton Exchange that there is an agreement Among the insurance companies or at least nn under- stand ng, to the effect that "II of the companies wijl net in the matter in the mnnner. Phis fiction has effectually slop- ped the burning ot cotton in so far as the mere and country bankers have influence. New Wholesale Firm. The Millaway, Douglas, Upp Co., wholesale grocery firm at i loldenville, nnd the Keltner, Rebmnn Wholesale Gro. Co at Ada have consolidated. The members of each firm ax has been hotetofoie will continue inter- ested and under 8'me nipot. As the Holdenville firm is already incorporated, con- snlidated firm's nnran will ba Millaway. Upp Co The iniount if capitalHtock will be fncrea-ed to The AHa branch of this firm him already built a STood and under the new association, h vivex ndditional cnpittiland better bu.i ing tacilities, there h no doubt, but that ther.ewflnn will be known ns one of the wtronir nnd prosperous firms of the terri- tory. Sad Accident. About fivo o'clock oveninir Cli den w-iw pn-piir'nif 'he inetil. thft cloihing otih'ir little d southeast, of town froz'Mi to death While, di'limui from pneumonia he jumped througb a window at his home at 1 o'clock Wedne day morning nnd escaped duiingthe heavy storm and froze to death before being found. Coming! big Ten NU'hts in a Bur Ro >in company will plav a one night lit the opera house Mi nrdny night, January 14. Big band and or- cheMra. Street concert noon and night 260 3t Territory Qinnere to Meet South McAlester. I. T., Jan. 12 Indian Territory gin nei-M have called a meeting of their association, to meet here on Jun, 81, for the purpose of organ izing a Territorial a-s< St. Vincent's [nf tnt Asylum, Chicago, shelters waifs a wait ing adopt ion and there are nearly 400 babies there. Sister Julia writes: cannot snr too much in prai-e of Folejt'f Honey and Tar for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough." Contains no opiates and is safe and Ask for Folny's Honey and Tar ni'I UIHJII havimr it, us it i- t ucrtiiii in ro suits. (Jink Drug Cj. au4 Co,
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