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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 13, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma I Iii. .NKW -Jill KS 'I ll I NKW ,s Wllll.K 11’n NKI' THE ADA EVENING NEWS. IHE NEWS l>KLIVEKEl> AE •"< l*EK VV EKK DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY VOLUME I ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY, PRIDAY EVENING, JAN. 13 1905. r NUMBER 261 --— - ju E GUTHRIE GRAFTERS Tile Man Who Has Waited * arf making iiari Has His Innings KlRSCrtA>W\ OftCAl'lQAT You, sir, who have made the old suit do, here is your opportunity, and half the winter be= 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. ARE MAKING HARD FIGHT J* v* One • Fourth • Off On on our entire st ck of Clothing, (except rn *i including Boy-' S lits ani Men’s Cid Pants. Vs black) Y»u! hive until y > 5 c no idea what your money values. Will ic here CLEARANCE PRICES ALL THROUGH THE STORE Henley A Biles. Washington, Jan. 13.—Senator Hate, of Tennessee, lins offered an amend:nt*nt to the statehood bill eliminating the 1910 capital location restriction, leaving the people lo settle th** question as they wish. The Guthrie delega lion here, composed of Asp, Git**, '"cothorn, Barnes and Dale are moving heaven and earth for the reinsert! >n >f the majority vote clause for the cipital nd fighting the Bite amendment. Kepresen tatives of all oilier towns in both territories here are opposing them and asking for a square deal for the people. The Guthrie clow I has offered to com prom we the tight by giving Oklahoma City the seat of federal court exclu*-| ivel.v if the majority vote clause I is slloived to go hick i»i the bill, I which '*as promptly rejected bv tin* Oklahoma delegation. It I looks now like * vote will be bad ion the hip || M « latter part of the present month Beveridge and Nelson are tightmg hard, bit unless th** For aker amendment is I adopts* I th** chances are doubtful. Three Killed in Wreck. Las Vegas, X. M., Jan, 13 — Three were kdled, two fatally ( injured and s* veral others more or less painfully hurt in a collision j thursday between the eastbound ( Uifornii liminal on \he Santa Fe rot I and a freight train. The * iccident occurred about thirty miles south of Raton and was due t » the failure of th** freight crew to observe < rders given lite lim-jited light of way The wreck was the worst in the history of i this division and a number of trams were held up until mid night |vending the ch aring of th** I w i ecknge. SHOT IN THE BACK. Three Winchester Bullets and Two Charges Buckshots Enter Body. Wednesday near Owl, L. I). Weaver, a much resected and honored man, wa-* brutally iiiur dered by two parties whose names we failed to learn It seems that Mr. Weaver had leased a certain piece of land of a physician and bal paid two years rent in advance Later the doc tor leased 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 /.nd when re monstrated with tired thiee ^ inches ter balu and I wo charges of buckshot int** his bac k as he turned to ie . ve them. Hie murderers were at on**e placed under arrect by L T S. marshals and taken to Atoka 1 4r ** n,: -dial off O. K. Cittie will you Damage aa Tulsa aa Result of the Storm. Tulsa, I. T. f Jan. 13. —A continuous snowfall, accompanied by alternating rain and sleet, forming a heavy ice. cause! the roof of the Pi iend Jones building to collapse Thursday morning at 9 o'clock, and the damage done will aggregate $10,000. The building is the most imposing in the city, mid has just been built, a part of the construction work yet remaining. Several persons were in the building when the walls gave way under the heavy load, but all escaped uninjured. The building is three stories and Brown's furniture store occupied almost, the entire space with a large stock of goods. This firm will suffer a great hiss, owing to the abience of insurance. The loss on th** building will be sustained by the owners. A Blueback Speller. Oklahoma Ci»y, Jan. 13.—Chief of Police Einrick yesterday received the following rhetorical ‘Gear sir the sir tie mar plaese to oblige me ny letting rn** no iff ih**re i* a man in o. k. city ny the name of Earnest. Boxer Ii** ONE PRICE j* SPOT CASH Coal Deposits. I Jenison, Texas, Jan. 13.—J p. I I ir chco«*k, a i ch I en t * »f the country, In ought to the citv Friday a "here ihey were placed in jail lf the facts as to this physician renting the land to both these parties is true, he should be held a* accessory to tin* crime and punished accur tingly. Port Arthur Delivered. Washing!) t on, Jan. 13.—The Japanese legislation has received a c.hlegram from Tokio dated thursday, saying that Gen Nogi reports that the delivery st Port Arthur has been c * rn oh* ted. It includes the ftillowing; Permanent forts 50, guns 516, cannon balls BJ,670, amuuiti 'n 80/HMij kilos, rides 3j,252, horses 1.92'*, baith ships 4 except Sevastopol I which is entirely *uilk, cruisers 2. * * ,a ’* adopted * provision in the In gun I oats and destroyer* 14 dim* appropriation bill appro,*ria steamers Ii*, besides snail Stettin* $65. OO J for the completion of cr-, I lilt -rive of which will !>•• | 'he M I viccab 1 - af .*»• little repairs. ROOF COLLAPSED, Ship Walnut Timber. Wewoka, I. T., Jan. 13.—Ten car loads of tine walnut fin,ber was shipped Wednesday from the Seminole nation to Germany. This timber is used there for veneer work in fine furniture aud fixtures. Suppressing War Expenses. London, Jan. 13.—The Standard’s St. Petersburg correspondent says that the imperial budget for 19n3, which curiously contains no expenditure connected with the war in the far east, will show $37,500,000 surplus obtained by taxes on alcohol and cotton. Postponed. The union labor meeting and '•upper announced for Saturday n'ght has been po*t|>oned until Monday night on accmmt of the inclement weather. An invitation is extended to all union mem: hers and their ladies. Talented speakers will address the assembly. By Order of Committee. J. Ll. Looper, Chm. _261 2t Very Cold in Montana. Butte, Mont., Jan. 13 —Butte experience! the cokie t day rn two years, the temperature ranging from ten degrees below z*ro in the heart of the city, to is a Brick anti Stone Masen and j twenty-five and thirty below on he is light complected and way* j the wind swept bluff*. Falling about One 10*» 80 lbs please let me temperature throughout the state J no Ko rn as you can and oblige.” j is gener al toUy. 165,000 FOR COMPLETION DAWES COMMISSION WORK Washington, Jan. 13.—The ho se committee on Indian affairs of the D awe* commission. d'he bill givrs th** serre »'ary of the in’eiior complete «vn 11 r<*| eof t he * ork. I Ie can appoint Territory Notes. WOHLT YOU TAKE “I $1,000,000 (OR YOUR EYES? taw nation. He refuses to divulge "here the coal was found. The DoM’t neglect them or weft** poor glasses. C. J. WARREN, the Optician, Will Fit You Right. EYES TESTED ^ FREE —flBBSuCS cure options on the coil land and begin exfen .iv*- operations. lac Adi o y a doz. lo dn’s saturday. ()ranges at 260 2t s Model Bakery.. K cor vt bing good to out alum • • • 'n btl nit Ht ti- Moon.I Ital. i • I \ . Ii •i i« i* . I *11 . I I!**., ( \» ITI I lf*. I* ’ii-. him *1 • * 1 * r* tit* | — *>• 11 • WCC. J. A. KLINGER, Prop. PHONE, 124. Engineer Badly Hurt S , I , . j iroi or me "ork. ne can appoint o. uth McAlester I. T Jan 13 1 ... 17 • one man to complete the work o! k igineer C»x wa** bud Iv hun . ... I* of •"•h™* coal which I on the K-ck Island liaihv.l a !. ’“"T'T \ T I lie cl.ti.iis he found in the Choc Ald-r-ou Wedneslac u. Me.*re,, or he can divide the wo.k min.r f a of l ** e commission between In was i* ° CH?> W ^ ,en ^ j J’ an Agent Shoenfelt's office and coal re-emtles the Pennsylvania I head, wlitch^iive^sita!^ *!'. e . ,, ^ Ct * ° f J ‘ intlirncitc and when aut.j ,-tcd lo in/ to bn brou/ht to the hoauhal " V •>re burned ..a well A cumiiHny at thin place for treatment ‘ ••'•'HW of it a, he may deem will at once be organized to se- ------~~---- proper. ______ A few pair of Sam .leones are PRESIDENT OF THE GINNERS Ieu ‘ hi* locst iii terial* vv 11 Ii \ ___ g<*od work and goxl taste com* u c o an . • hned, make tl.e-e shoe. a d,~ yt GovePnment Report it 5 light to nil. C hapman Shoe stere. I P® p Cont Too High. 251 bu | New Orleans, La., Jan. 13 —J. j A Taylor, president of the Xat- I i mal Ginners’ Ass elation, W.vn- j ne woo*!, Lf, arrived last night for a conference with the National I Commission Merchants. i He asserts that his association I has proof positive that the government’s bureau report is 5 tier cent more than it should be, and that the c*»tton crop will be flilly a million hales under the government estimate. Ho says a meeting will be held in every county in every cotton ■I HOUSE SPENDS A DAY ON SWAYNE CHARGES Washington, Jan. 13.—The house of representatives Thurs day devoted its entire session to Admits Stealing. Vinita, I. T. Jan IS.-John discussion of tim impeachment' Axle Wsshin/ton, a Oelcw irc chn rife. s/ain.t .Iud/.' Charles - " Sway ne of th** Northern di-tri t "SY” PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery Stable. NKW HOUSES NEW BUGGIES Travel well. Gook well. S nLfac ory Service Guaranteed. Allen Livery Barn CHITWOOD, THE TAILOR, FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHINS, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE. ___ *f Mordia A dramatic incident |«»ccurre*i when Mr. Littlefiel I of — Maim* called on Mr. Lamar of 11 I’ I’*'i-li*, who tiled the charge" 4 Ii against the judge, toudmitor re 11 pudiate an alleged interview which the former claimed tended to incite Ll ie people to commit an act of violence against Judge Sway ne. Mr. Lamar admitted giving an interview, but emphnt •t ally denie I any suggestion from him that could bt* construed into arising assassination or murder-Ile said thai, although Judge |Swa.\ne was known to be the most lawless man in Florida, he had remained secure from bodily • hat rn. + + + J Indian was brought here toda.x for a preliminary examination before Judge Stanfield on a growing state Jan. 26, at which charge of horse stealing. Wash- complete an*! uccurate reports of mgton pleaded gu tty and was j the amount of cotton ginned will * oui mil t «-d to jail to await th** j be made. action of the grand jury next a, . . T . ~ month. Washing* . ail,nits that . C * * ° f Thank# * he stole a teun, buggy and liar desire to express our heart- ness, belonging to John White . thai,k> ki,,d **f Dewev I t i, 7-1 us in so many wa.xs , i. i. is claimed mille sickne-s and burial of oil. that Washington hmk (he b-*gg.v an*! team to Ooff.yVille, Kan, where lie trad* d them for a gal Ion of whiskey. Notioe. Pay a*s**a-ment No. 3 by Jan. 19 and keep your p«di»-v in full force. Gate City Mutual Burial A“s-ci.ithui, A. J. Mosman, Sec. aud Trtas. 260 hush md and father. May the All wise Father keep a watchful eye On each of you is our sincere prayer. Mrs E A. Mnppw O W. Mapes, D. ll. Ma|H3s. A young man w.is frozen to ♦‘nil, iii the wood-* near Cow. ta l ue-day night. 'rills*! is IO have I) ce* rn* nt« ompany Articles of i n - • ori o atii.n have b«*t*n filed V ini a is wnging war against • he hobo Nine «»f them «eri4 given minutes to leave town recently. Muskogee’s new hotel will be *»pei»**cl well elaborate cerein »niqs an*! a b*mq*iet. February 22 is (lie dab* ***' t . Miss Alice Rtiber^s *n has taken charge of the Muskogee postoffice All of tile .old employes will be remined. An auxiliary Cherokee land office ha- been opened at Muskogee t<» reli.-ve the pressure on the > »ffic** at Tall I * quail. All building* of three series or more in >«>uth McAlester must toe provided with tire ••scalds. The citv council has passed an ordinance to that effect I uskahomt Academy has more pupils than it can Conveniently care for. I'he fifty coke ovens at Alder* aion have be<*n closed on account **f lack of water. A citizen of South McAlester has off.*red to donate a drinking fountain to that municipality, provided the council will s*»e th it ir i* properly erected aud kept in order. lite government has close! a contrair with St. Vincent’- hospital at St. Louis, to c ire for the "hire insane patients of the Indian Territory. Tho insine Indians will be sent to a Dakota a-y him. Notice to Taxpayers. The tax book for I he year 1904 is now ready. Please call at ay office aud ma se settlement as early as possible. lhe law requires that 15 per cent »*e added on the lo ii da.\ of February. G. J. Johnson, 257 6i T»x collector Coming! Daley's l*ig Ten Niglpa in a Bit Ro rn cunpiny will pla\ a j , . i*»ne night eng»g ment ut the ii ♦ I i?'* n ^6, ie Ladies!opera h<»use >a iirdu nig t, I >«y at the ILovhng Alley. Uou^e Jammrjr 14. Big ban I aud or is tree to lad ms and their e-corts j client ra. Street couc<*rr no^ou 2 to J o clock, 201 Jt aud night. 200 dc
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