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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                i EN ING NEWS. 1HE NEWS UKLJVtiUED AT WBKK DEMOTED fo MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE PITY ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, FRIDAY EVENING, JAN. 13 1905. NUMBER 261 Hhe Man" Who Has Has His Innings made the old suit do, here is your opportunity, and half the winter fore you. You deserve a bargain because you have worn a shabby coat, when other men were sporting their new ones, It's now your fault if you don't make the best of it. One Fourth Off On on our ent'ue at >ck of Clothimr, (except m jn's black) including Boys' Suits nnH Men's Old P.ints idea what j'our money will 10 here until ,fc CLEARANCE PRICES ALL THROUGH THE STORE Henley Biles, ONE PRICE SPOT CASH WOULO YOU TAKE I i fOR YOUR EYES? Don't nftrWt flieni or wrn' poor irl C. J. "WARREN, the Optician. Will Fit You Right. EYES TESTED FREE i h-inH nt M...H i 909V99WWW Model BaKery.. n "si t- In II I 'I I '-I' r t In I" i J. A. ISLINGER, Prop. PAUL W. ALLKN, Livery Stable. NEW HOUSES NEW RUGfilES Travel well. l-onk well. Service Guaranteed. Allen Livery Barn THE TAILOR, FOR UP-TO-DATE Onl I nUUUj CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFIGE. THE GUTHRIE GRAFTERS ARE MAKING HARD FIGHT Wnshington, Ian. 13. Senator Hate, of Tennessee, has offered an amend to statehood bill eliminating the 1910 capital location restriction, leaving the people to hottle the question as they The Gruthrie delega turn here, composed of Asp, Barnes and Dale are moving heaven and earth for the remserti m jf the itv vote clause for the oinitnl   15c Will a doz. Oranges at I obju's SHOT IN THE BACK. Three Winchester Bullets and Two Charges Buckshots Enter Body. Wednesday near Owl, L. D. Weaver, a much respected and honored man, was brutally mur dered by two parties whoso names we failed to learn it seems that Mr Weaver had leased n certain piece of land of a phyiiciiin and ha i paid two years rent m advance. Later the doc tor leaded the land to two other parties, who moved into a tenant house on the land. These latter men released Weaver's cattle from the, enclosure nnd when te monstrated with tired three and two of buckshot into his buck as he turned to le ive them. The murderers were at placed under by 17 S. marsh iU and taken to Atoka where they were placed in jail If the fdcts as to this physician renting the land to both these parties is true, he should be held accessory to crime and punched aceor linglv. Port Arthur Delivered. Washinghton, Jan. Japanese legislation has received a ciblegram from Tnkio duted dav, saying that Gen Nogi reports that the, delivery nt Port hits been completed. It includes the following; Perma- nent fons50, guns 546, cannon balls 8J.670, amuniti'n kilos, rilles hornet baitli ships 4 except which id entirely i ruisers 2, uunboats and destroy et-s 14. si en me is besides S'nall Mtenm- fer-, of whith will bi- M i vtceiib'" Intle trpuirs. Engineer Badly Hurt Snuth I T., Jan. 13 igjineer C >x budlj hurt on the R Island Itailway at Ald-rsoa Wednesday. He le tiling out of his cab when he was struck a lei riKc blow on the head, wlucli his hav HUT to bo brought to ihe hospital at linn place for treatment. A few pair of Sam )lo Mines are letc rhi> best in tciiHln witb good work and gold titnte com- b m-d, make slioex a to till. Chiipman lit HOUSE SPENDS A DAY ON SWAYNE CHARGES Washington, Jan. 13 house of Thurs devoted itsemite uossion to of the impeachment ngainxt Judge, Chules Swuyno of the Northern -t "f Hordia A dramntic incident occuned when Mr LictleKel I of Maine called on Mr. Lumar of Ploiidn, who liled the against the judge, to admit or re pudiute an alleged intcivieu which the former claimed tended to incite people to commit an act of violence against Judge >wn.Mie. Mr. Lainar admitted giving an interview, but emplmt ically denie 1 nny suguention from him (hat could be construed into adKUing or murder. Ho naid that, although Judge was known to be the most lawless man in Florida, he had remained from bodily harm. Admid Stealing. Vmita, I. T, Jan Axle Wns'iington, a Deleware Indmn wan brought here lor a pn liinin'ir.v examination befoie Judge Stantield on a charge of horse stealing. U'anh- mgton pleaded gu It.v and wns (omnntied to jail to await Ihe action of thn grand jury next month. Washingtoi that he ntole a teim, buggy and har ness, belonging to Jo'm White, of DewpA, I. T. It is claimed that Washington took the, and team to Coffi-yville, Kan., whi'ie he traded them for a gal Ion of whiskey. Notioe. Pay aNSPftsment No. 8 by Jan. 19 nnd keep your policy in full foice. Gate City Mutual Burial 'ci.ition, A. J, Mosiunn, bee. and TrL-as. 260 St. ROOF COLLAPSED. Damage ae Tulaa Retult of Ihe Storm. Tulwi, I. T., Jan. con- tinuouN hiiowfull, accompanied by alternating ruin and slrer, form ing a heavy ire, cause 1 the roof of the Friend Jones building to collapse Thursday morning at 9 o'clock, and thn damage done will aggregate The build- ing is the most imposing in the city, nnd has been built, a part of the construction werk yet remaining. Several persons were in the when the walls gave way under the heavy load, but all escaped uninjured. The biiildiBg is three stories and Brown's furniture store oc- cupied almost the entire space with a large stock of goods. This firm will suffer n great loss, ow- ing to the absence of insurance- The IDMS on building will be sustained by the owners. A Bluebaok Speller. Oklahoma City, of Police Emritk yesterday re- ceived the following rhetorical gem: "Dear sir the sittie nvir Inl off O. K. Ctttie will joti plaese to oblige me by letting me no iff (here a -nan in o. k. city the name of Earnest Boxer he is a Brick and Stone Mxsen and lie i8 light complected and wiiys bout one 10" 80 Ion please let me no 80 >n MS you can and oblige." Ship Walnut Timber. Wewoka, 1. T., Jan. car loads of tine wnlnut limber was shipped Wednesday from Seminole nation to Germany. Thi-4 timber H used there for veneer work in fine furniture and fixtures.____________ Suppressing War London, Jan. Stand- St. Petersburg correspon- dent says the imperial budget for 1903, which curiously contains no expenditure nected with the war in the far east., will show sur- plus obtained by taxes on alcohol and cotton. Postponed. The union labor meeting and Cupper announced for Saturday ntght hai been postponed until Monday night on account of the inclement weather. An invita- tion is extended to nil union mem: bers and their Indies- Talented speakerM will address the assem- bly. By Order of Committee. J. Looi'er. Chrn. _____________261 21 Very Cold in Montana. Butte, Mont., Jan. 13 experienced the colde-t day in two years, the temperature ranging from ten degre- a below in the heart of the city, to twenty-five and thirty below on the wind swept Falling temperature throughout the state is geneial to lay. FOR COMPLETION DAWES COMMISSION WORK Washington, Jtm. 13 ho committee on Indian adopted n proviMion in the In linn uppiopriation bill ing t65 000 for of i he work ofihw Dawe- coinmi- sion. The bill ary of the m'eiior con- trol of the work, lie can appoint me limn to complete the woi k ol the, Dawes c imnnss-ion if lie or he can d hide the woik of the commission between In d'an Agent Shoenfelt's office and he office of Inspector J. George VN'right, make Hitch other position of it as be may deem jtoper. PRESIDENT OF THE GINNERS He Says Government Report is 5 Per Cent Too High. New O'leans, La., Jan. 13 A Taylor, president of the Ntt- nal cintiun, Wjn newood, I. T, arrived hst night or a conference with the Join mission Merchants. He asserts that bis association pi oof positive that the gov- ernment'H bureau report ia 5 par cent more than it should DP, and hut the cotton crop will be mtll'On under the goveru- men t estimate. He says a meeting will be held n every county in every cotton growing Htate Ian. 26, at which complete and accutate of the amount of cotton ginned will be made. Card of Thanks. We desire to express nur thank.- to kind friends who assisted us in so many n the and burial of our lunbind nnd father. May the Allwise Father keep a watchful eye on each of >ou is our sincere prayer. Mrs B. A. O D. II. _____. Wednesday, Jan. 18, ia Ladies Howling Alley. House s free to litdiex and irotn i to o'clock, 201 fie Territory Notes. A young mnn w.is frozen to m tin- in-ar Cowi-ta Tuesday mxht Tuls-i is 10 hnvf >i ce- Arncli-n of in- Imve ln-en tiled Vini a IM w-iging war the hobo Nine of them i-ixen mmutt's to leave town re- C'-nth Muskogep's new hotel will be opein-d cereiifmeM and n b-inquet. Kebi uary 22 is I he Alice Roberta >n taken charge of the Muskogee post- office All of old employes will be relumed. An auxiliiiy Chorokep land oltice been opened at Mnsko- gee to r.-Ji- ve the pressure on the office at T.ihii quail. All of throe stories or more in Aouth McAtester mr.st lie provided with tire The citv council has pissed an ordinance to that ef- fect Tuskahomi Academy his more on oils than it CAII conveniently care for. The fifty coke ovenx at son h-tve closed on account of lack of water. A citizen of South offered to donate a drinking fountain to that municipality, provided the council will see tint it it pioperly erecu-d and kept in order. The government has closed a contract with St. hospi- tal at St. Louis, toe ire for i he insnne of Indian Territory. Tho inline Iiidiuns will be aent to a Dakota Notioe to Taxpayers. The tax book for the yenr 1904 now rend.v. Please call at in y officB and make settlement as curly an iiossible. The law requires that 15 per cent be added the 1" h of Pebrnary. G. J Johnson, 257 61 TIX coiieccor Coming! Daley's 'IVn Nivhtg in a Bir Ko 'm company will plat a one night at the opera n-mse >a'nrdin night, Janunr.t li. Bu band and 01 chest ra. Street concert noou nod night, 260 Ut   

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