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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 23, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 • HK \KW.s '•i\ »> THU NEWS W Ilil.K | | \x NKW s  VOLUME I   DEVOTED  JO MAKINO ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY. MONDAY EVENINoTjANrSs 1905™  THE NEWS PELTVKRED AT  "'<• REH WEEK  SPECIAL  N  I)  Embroidery §  A QUADRUPLE TRAGEDY OCCURS AT SASAKWA  number 269  CUMMITTEE MET THE FRISCO RAILROAD OFFICIALS  ■SALE.  f This Sale was planed and 5 || decided on sometime ago and i | we expected to make it a truly f bargain event. Tuesday morn- f ing for the first time we will J show at prices never before x equaled in Ada, a line of clean, jg new, 1905 Laces and Embroid- $  viz  Late Saturday afternoon a wa* m|« 0  killed Lr    « ,; » i u n    I    .    -----—--  quadruple killing occur,ed at ired by the young man under his    in    behTf of^e »° f Ad *     ci,izRns -1P r, ‘P° s '‘*t»n    f-rmerly    before    the  Sasakwa, just across the line in arm.    !    ie    town    met by ap* officials, as it will start to do ro  SSS* nrr t -lr  Tw  “ r „h° f    p H nl !?“*-*•*.    *»■«;  fun hi , ln  T  w . hKh,8, '  8a ' d f o" T  •’omrades assistance,    but it la said    through    Ada SatnrH    ,    were and    ....partial    consideration.  del T,    ,*7     their    U,et    a    slmilar    fa **    'hat    befell    The meetiulwa . fh    °° n -    ^    ' nUr ^    in    Ada  death at the hands of a young their companions.    of th Vd. >    u     lns,ance     should    attend    the    meeting    at    the  I 1  rom reports it seem* that bad aide walk in front of ti. ...    .    ,    T     d     *°  t,M * Fnsco’s  blood had spruni; op between the store there and caused a  ill '^ ts  ' ll ltUl e >  lf  any. toward Ada a* parties and when they met at able ex " melt    consider-    | regarded changing the location of  Sasakwa Saturday the Iud,.,,.    --I—.    .the re, L d lt  division.  proceeded to do him up. One of 1    He,d Wi,hout  Bail.    I  A, ‘  the  railroad offici ii- wore  them pounded him over the bend  0kla,IOina Citv * ■*  J *n 23 — I ™° st L  fr,p ndly and agre.abh wiLh a cartridge belt, whereupon ,  mes   he grabbed a gun from the belt. ™ >P  “      ...    .    .    *- .....  *>f a nearby Indian and shot his*. * 8 0n t,,e cha ige of having  M(Mm ‘  of th « difficulties attendant antagonist, instantly killin|g him. I  kllieri VV -  A  Ag*e, whose head- ,  Another fliptui* Kima„i#    !     * Hid v w.is found naur T/.n A . * admitted and suggested  Lahoma Citv, Ok., Jan 23 — j  most fr,e *™ly and agreeable.  e9  Bratcher and VV alter I ‘^ r *    general superin   lf * r » who were arrested in  ten  ** nt     "V^'em. sunk'* of  * rto ti...      ,    .    some of the difficulties attendant  in loc iting the division hon*, but   _ K „„    ,,     was  Found near June.  rlso  ,  white boys back, gripping him «' **"  M<1  *° ' he  * nad  J urv some  " f ,h ®  ,• I .|    ,    ,     1    1    K     """    without    bail    friday    afternoon    bv     ,,ccru ''  to 1 ,e r,,i *d-  tightly around the neck, when he Judge Z.vick    ,    ...  Saddle Horse For R osevelt.  filinirie. Ok ,.f,n.    VV.    I).  iPoss. tf. I nit .I Sr it,*. Marshal for (Rklaho’its. sh p ,-d by oppress to Oy.ter lily, rile home of Presi-d-nr IT osevelt, one of .he tine-t bl ,<>d.-1 saddle fiords j n  ,( ie  sour ii west as a if i f t to Mr. R osevelt with Mr. t 1  ossett*s coinpli-mentM.  new, I "us Laces and Embroid- fon ami it  eries. Specially arranged tables Sjj SNOW AT ST. PETERSBURG  have been msde for theconven* viz    ^*  lence of th*, m.ni.v _____.    I    M/ITU    DI    I  ^ lence of the public. Come early ^  | as we expect this to meet with I IJJ a hearty response.  which would He recoin-I mended to the committee the manner of procedure which would  r "‘ neccsar.* before tin* matter conli »»e g aren und.-r d.*tl »ii-  f-"'tin K  Mr Ii V. Mi|i Pr , divis-i'»n superintendent and dr. A.  The Ada Churches.  It is a eomplim^nt to the people#^ A la Mrd the local r>«^ or-rh »r the Hi  r e'ent eh* rrlic- of Ada Mr. Melt an  n d.-d S„ llt |»y  O' , lth ' •» a H • inclement   r  V-'o-day the several Cur, I,, s     n ,|,     () b( Sp ,. er .  al hundred people. This part  j    .    ........ ..... ... c nur. n. a wete attended by sever-  OD Mony \klnu rn Ann IT  s,,per ""     nt ftnd    l * T - A - al h, "" IN  Th,; pm  UnlmoUll WI I H Kl llflll    in,pressed    on    in    a  UllimOUIl VVI in DLUUU the committee  m „ 8t  favorably. I who' y^'eT*,^^  V si I-ace in Ed,fe and Insertion to matc-h, also Lace Bands Gb all 1905 patterns you pay from a h-lf to t>vice the \|/  amount we ask. per yd  ...........6c.    Hic and 7c #  Imitation, real Torchon Lace Kd K e and Insertion lo match,  entirely new patterns, at per yd 5c, 7c and hic £  Special for Baby Sets in very Fine Val I-ace and Swiss X Em broidery, at particularly attractive prices.    SI/  One lot of Em bro der.v of about 400 y ds . purchased .pecial ^ ly for this sale, certainly a.bar^ain at per yd .    ,s c   Beautiful Dainty Swigs Embroidery in sets at for less than ^  St. PeL*r*burg, Jan. 23 — i Sunda.v whs a da.\ cif un-ptoiknhit* horror in St. Petersburg. The strikers of Saturday, go.Hod to d«*speration bx a da.\ of violence. fury and blood'bcd, art* in a  s fatt* of open insurrection against the government. A condition almost lx»rdering on civil war exists in Hie terror stricken Hccnian c ipi*  of ^blank shots and some of the  Strikers fled Heroes the Neva, bitt  others he d their ground and the*  t 'os-ack- loadei with ball cart j  tidges and charged the crowd  With heavy whips and diaper ed ii.  I« >s not yet known how many__  persons wore killed or bounded. \\\ Mounted troops „re now macing ~  the committee most favorably, j proph- who were j n  attendance. land it is thought that certainly i ,  c,,ara cter of the people and ^ the club trets the divi S i„„i:;:^T,?e P 't t ^tt mmi8try   CHITWOOD,    UP-TO-DATE  CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE.  any former price made for same quality  at   Per yd  ..............7c. loc. I lite, 15c and 25c  A few very swell patterns as hr*jh ae .....f I iK>  Xery wide Embroidery for Flniincinx and Corset Cover*—  unusual values at. i^r yd ......    25c,    35c    and    50c  There are many others space forbid- mentioning.  tuesday and  WEDNESDAY ONLY.  VI/  I $  f  w  f f  w w  VI/  X X  VI/ VI/ VI/  viz  On Tuesday and NVednesdav Vt/ Only we will make the follow- viz ing Sweeping Reduction on $ Boy s Knee Pants. Suit Sizes ^ are broken, so come early:    $  All $3.00 and $3 50 Suits Tuesday and Wednesday only $•< OO VI/ “2.50       -    I X  „    $1.50 W  2 OO    “    ••    ..    JE  $1 25 W  $1 OO  50c J  VI/  (tai. The cit \ is under martial I aroun I iii© palace  law, with Prince Vasilchik iff us! i, -i • u  'commander Of over 50.000 of,I,;, on ,be Vt     hr,,, ‘ {     «>n-inned  EmperorV crack cards f,Ll t1 ,Th ?'    "     n,,n '  are bivouacking in ,he streets a. d a v'    ?    ^  'various places on the WL.    dyimmne factory and  r>    ^^vsky hIho that 3nJNK) or 40 OHO ut.,..  si bos troy and in the mdustrUI I StPetersburg  mHrch,nK on  aectums infuriated men have Barricades have been com  I thrown up barr,cades which the, 'at two point- in the Va-Xstro,  PAUL W. ALLEN,  Livery Stable.  NEW  NEW H()RSES Travel well. S.irisfao'torv  BUGGIES  Ijook well. ervict* Guaranteed.  ^    »ivy- w un ran reed.  Allen Livery Barn  are holding. The Empress Dow j ager has hastily sought safety at I IsarskoeSelo, where Emperor I Nicholas i* living.  About IO o’clock Sunday morn : mg 15,0<>o  m ,»n stared from the Neva works toward Sr, Paters i burg, but an hour hit**!  I stopped by two companies of iCossa<‘ks drawn up in five row*,  | who barred the way.  district. The crowds refuse tv» disp^r^e and th** troops are tiring repeated volleys.   T he report that Goinrn, the priest leader, was arrested prove* incoi r* c t. It was another priest,  Gupon, although wounded, still were|continues to head his men.  Hie \ assiliostrcv quarterly in * lark ties*, neither ga** nor el**c tncit.v being available Shops j be ng piliagrd and strikers  jjretocL (’ake-. Pu-. U.-.kie,  a re  To Mothers.  I here is none b**t* to give you the  ICE CREAM MANUFACTORY  Abe Crow, of Sherman, I ohs, I land tow,,* *- , an uptodatc dairyman, has un- for pure I '     C, ’" ,ra( ' ed   loaded three c s of machinery! use nothin.''h,‘,T     ,,mi    Wl11   and the necessary utei.sds for the .uhtainnnle.” ’ operating of a large dairy, at tile  And wily not burn Eupion?  S£ueioN vo oiL. erchant    FOR SALK ny_  K. S. I ORIN, JOXKn ^ ME ADEPS r itti l*  W. T. Martini ilTflnt U/llarr Dian* FBI n_____  “ 1.50 One lot to close  it  ———    f  all through the house, j  first wwiteli south on the Frisco railroad, some four miles.  Mr. Crow has I aged 400 acres of land for a term of years and bas entered into a contract to furnish theAda Candy Works with  Beveridge Summons My nn  Ilk la Ii-ana City, O. T., .Inn ‘>3 Hod I). T. Flynn has left fur ‘burton in response to a me* sage from Senator Beveridge r* questing his innnediat** presence  x ■ tv™ wo,a    —* *•«« onmeuiat** presence  supply of separated cream note*    '•egarding    the    statehood    Dill  *ar> for the manufacture of ’  a vt M/ft SAJvrrji/f.  ice  cream on a large scale.  t \j r  Crow lins a largo* herd of .Jersey cows and from this source will be able to supply the new enterprise with an immense amount of  the finest milk.  When interviewed today Mr powers Of the Candy Works Maid: We are intending to maoufac ture and wholesale ice cream from th** pure cr*-am. We will erect a factory building at one** and will work both lines of rail road out of here, besides the in-  Truck Growers will Meet  The Duif and tniuk growers  ,|,lf|,,n Wl11  ©mvem ar Union  .    " J 11 -- «’> J-Vmuan  >, UKh> Mr. F.S VVI,,,,..  a gn  cultural agent of the Fri.*c«i >v*  tam »nl he with us on that dan?  All are inv.tad,-farmers, bus,ne**  uieu .un! ladies e>p**ci>*|lv  Shawnee School Consus.  Shawnee, Ok.. J an  23 The •tai,no census „f this city. just     shows 3,301 chi dr.-ii  »i>Inn the scholastic age. This indicates a lolal |K);,ii| a ,ion of betffPGP 18.000 and 20,OOO.  FOR YOUR EYES?  _    _    Don’t neglc-t them ,. r  wear is mr closes  c. J. WARREN, the Optician, Will Fit You Right.  EYES £> TFRTcn    r—    r-»    ■—  25c. iioc. j   p,ir  ° f   January, I9P5 Tenn.-ts all f . »? UP e1 ' S  ' ,ier *‘ >nt -' ‘iu' ing ladies and children at from tlOc. ti $3 S*,17 'X   

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