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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma I UK NfeiWh wiiii.K ir THE ADA EVENING NEWS. THE NBWB DELIVERED AT Kta PER VTEEK DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY VOLUME 1 ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, MONDAY EVENING, JAN. 2B. 1905, NUMBER 269 SPECIAL Embroidery SALE. This Sale was planed and decided on sometime ago and we expected to make it a truly bargain event. Tuesday morn- ing for the first time we will show at prices never before equaled in Ada, a line of clean, new, 1905 Laces and Embroid- eries. Specially arranged tables have been made for the conven- ience of the public. Come early as we expect this to meet with a hearty response. Val Lace in Edge and Insertion to match, also Lace Bands all 1905 you pay from a h 'If to twice amount we ask, per yd 6c, met at Saaakwa Saturday the proceeded to do him up. One of them pounded him over the head with a cartridge belt, whereupon he grabbed a ttun from the belt of a nearby Indian and shot his antagonist, instantly killing him. Another threw himself upon the white boy's back, gripping him tightly around the neck, when he wai killed by a pistol ball ired by the young man under his arm. Two more Indians went to their comrades but. it is said met a similar fate that befell their companions. The killing oecuned rh" side walk in front of the largest store there and caused consular- able excitement. Held Without Bail. Oklahoma Ok., Jan 23 James B catcher and vV alter Sopher, who were arrested in Texas on the chaige of having killed W. A Ague, whose head- less oody was found near Jones City, were held to the grand jur> without bail H'riday afternoon b.v Judge SNOW AT ST. PETERSBURG CRIMSON WITH BLOOD St. Petersburg, Jan. 23 WHS a dn> of unspeakable horror in St. Petersburg Th? of Saturday, go.ded to desperation a of violence, fury and bloodshed, are in a xtato of open insurrection against the government. A condition almost bordering on civil war existw jn the terror-stricken Rnkman capi- tal. The citv is under martial law, with Prince Vasilchikuff us commander of over of the Emperor'.- crack guards l'ioops are bivouacking in the streets at various on fhe Nevsky Prospect, a main tin rouglifare of the city. On the island of Vas- siliostrov and in the industrial sections infuriated men have thrown up barricades which are holding. The Empress Dow nger has hastily sought safety at Tsarskoe Selo, where Emperoi Nicholas is living About 10 o'clock Sunday tnorn ing men started from the Neva works toward St Peters burg, but an hour later were stopped b.v two companies of Cossacks drawn up in tive rows, wlio barred the way. The Cossacks fired three volleys of shots and some of the fled across the Neva, but others held their ground and the ('os-ack- loadel with ball cart i idgcs and ohaiged the crowd with heavy whips and dispor-ed it. Ii ts not yet known how many persons were killed or Wounded. Mounted troops are now making aroua 1 die palace. At midnight firing continued on the Va-siuostov. It is rum- ored that the workmen there have seized a dynamite factory and also or armed strikers from Kolpino, sixteen miles distant, are marching on St. Petersburg. Barricades have been completed at two points in the Vai-siliostro? district. The crowds refuse to disperse and the troops are tiring repeated volleys. The report that Gtopon, the priest leader, artested proves incorrect. It was another priest. Gopon, wounded, Ptill continues to head his men. The VassMiostrcv in darkness neither nor elcc tricit> being available Shops arc hemg d andstiikers are binning telegraph poles. ADA WILL HAVE AN ICE CREAM MANUFACTORY Abe Crow, of an man, has un- loaded three cars of machinery i and the necessary utei sils foi the operating of a large dany, at the tirst switch south on the Frisco railroad, .some four miles. Mr. Crow has 1> 400 acrex of land for a term of years and has entered into a contract to furnish the Ada Candy Works wit.h a supply of separated cream neces war.v for the manufacture of ice cream on a large scale. Mr. Crow has a large herd of Jersey cows and from this sou ice will be able to supply the new prise with an immense amount of the finest milk. When interviewed todtiy Mr. Howers of the Candv Works said: "We are intending to manufac ture and wholfsnle ice cieam fiora the pure en am. We will erect a factory building at once and will work both lines of; rail roaxi out of here, land towns. We lmvt> c onttac.ed for pure Jersey en am and will use nothing but the be-1! yoods obtainable." Beveridge Summons Flynn Oklahoma Citi, O T., Jan. 23. -HonD. T. Flynn has left for Washington in response to a mes ijage from Senator linveridge re- questing his immediate presence there regarding the statehood bill. Truok Growers will Meet. The fruit and truck growers will con veil" at Union Hall nt >t. on Febiuun 6, 1905. Mr. F. S. Wlntrt, agn eultuial agent of the Kriwco >ys tern wilt be with ns on that d.iie. All are business men and ladies e-pt-eiall.v, Shawnee School Consus. Shaw nee, Ok., Jan 28 school census of c-ity, just completed, nhows cliiidrrn withm ihwMCholuNtuj age. This indicates a total population of snd COMMITTEE MET THE FRISCO RAILROAD OFFICIALS A committee of Ada citizens, in behalf of the town met by ap- pointment a number of Frisco railroad officials, who were through Ada Saturday afternoon. The meeting was at the instance of thf Ada citizens, who wanted to be informed UH to the attitude, if any, toward Ada as garded changing the loc-ition of the freight division. All the railroad offici il- were j most friendly and agreeable. Mr. Resseguie, general superin lenient of the -ysiem. .spoki- of some of the difficulties attendant in loc the, division hfre, but Iso admitted and suggested some of the benefits which would accrue to t le road. He recom- mended to the committee the manner of procedure which would before tln> m itlei il I he u itien footing Mr II V. Miller, divis- ion superintendent and ivlr. A. opo, train master, also impressed the committee most favorably, and it is thought that, certainly when the cluh gets the division proposition formerly before the officials, an it will start to do to- night, that Ada will receive fair und impartial consideration. Every business irterent in Ada should attend the meeting at the court house this evening. Saddle Horse For R Ok, -J1! -W. D. Fossi-tt. United Stite- Marshal for Oklahoma. p expri'sn to Oyster II i liome of d-'nr Koosevelt, one of the finest bliodei saddle in the southwest us t srift to Mr R >ose- vclt with Mr. Fossett's compli- ments. The Ada Churches. It is a to the peo- ple of A'la iind the pa-! or- th it thp Hi 1e'pnt of Ada ait. nclfd itc'h Sundny. No1 ith- an 'ny 'In inclement the several church-s Weie attended sever- al hundred people. Thic part was commented on in a congratu- lar.v manner by some transient people who were in attendance. The character of the people end the personnel of the Ada ministry the flitrerinjr reasons. CHITWDOD THE TAILOR' FOR CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFIGE. PAUL W. ALLEN, EW HORSES NEW HUGHIES Travel well. Look well. Satisfactory Sorvice Guaranteed. Allen Livery Barn Model Bakery Everything good to eat alwavn on hand nt the Model Cuke-. him tin J. A. IS LINGER, Prop. PHONE "OIL TO BURN. And why not burn Eupion? There is none bet- ter your merchant to give you the EUPION Oil.. -------FOR SALE BY------- R. S. TOBIN, JONES MEADERS. LITTLE BROS., W. J. UUJGH, RKEI) JOHNSTON AND M. L. PO J W. T. MARTIN, Agent Waters Pierce Oil Company WOULD YOU TAKE I FOR YOUR EYES? Don't neglect them or wear poor fli C. J. 1VARREN. the Optician, 'Will Fit You Right. EYES TESTED FREE y 25c. Twenty five cents given away on every of Tennets all Leather >hoes where 'this coupon is piesented during Januan t Tennets all Leather Shoes are made for men, ladies and children at from OOc. to per pair. At E. L. STEED'S, ADA. I N D. T R. "H .NFWSPAPFRf
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