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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 25, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 t  HIK Mews ••IV KS I HK \Kv\s WEHLE l l s NKW s  THE  EVENING NEWS  VOLUME I  DEVOTE 0  TO MAKINO ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE pity  THE NEWS DELIVERED Alloc PEH WEEK  ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY. WEDNESDAY ELEWING. JAH. 85 l 90 g.  DID YOU VIsTt^ CARRIE WILL HENCEFORTH  NUMBER 271  Our Lace and Embroidery sale to-day of 1905 Patterns?  If not, be sure and come tomorrow and next day  Many of these come in 12 yd. lengths and quite a few  patterns are already sold out. These are certainly rare bargains.  UVE IN NEW STATE  CHITWOOD, JHE^ TtlLO^ FOR UP-TO-DATE  BOYS’ KNEE PANT SUITS  Tuesday and Wednesday only, we will soil Bovs' Knee Pfcnt butt* at 50, $I.o0, *125, $150 and *2 00  The<e prices are from 75 to IOO per cent less than regular price.  Carrie Nation, the self-styled home defender and saloon smasher, arrived in the city this morning and was met at the train by .John Beard, who escorted her to the Byrd hotel.  In an interview with a News reporter she .said:    “You    can    say  for me that hereafter I am for an I o ?  Oklahoma alone. I will i make my home at Guthrie, wheie j I can be in touch with the pulse of the soon to be new state, and I am going to see that we have a prohibition state right at the  f.  dart.  wvs pp/ss sperms//-  CHANCES FOR STATEHOOD ARE L00KIH0 BRIGHTER  Asked as to what she thought j congress wou d do with the pro jhibition amendment to the st tip-J hood bill, 'he replied, “not ling.”  | That is a farce got up by a ging j of republicans in order that they   ,n  « ! »r win notoriety out of it,”  she continued, “and the only  w«y we will get prohibition is to   vv  "k with the people, for they   W| H be the ones who will settle the matter ”  *Mrs. Nation remained in her { room the entire afternoon answering correspondents, and when asked if she contemplated a vi*i&  r ‘> the down town district, she ropl »*d that her business would per nit of no trip, but that she won.ct like to visit the stores and offices had she sufficient time for  SO cli lilt cr.  *  *  I*  PAUL W. ALLKN,  Livery Stable.  NEW lit )IESES    NEW BUCH JI ES   T ™\ w :"-  u         wen.  Niti>tar;:ory Service Guarantee!.  j*     w  - T 1 r,vi ^ cinuran tee I.  * e i^ Livery Barn  Mrs ( arrie N,if ion will deliver a tem ne ranee leotun*  }l r ,b e  Met hod ist church Wednesday evening under the auspices cif the mi'sio .ary society. Admission. 15 and 25 cents. 27«».2t  REVOLUTIONARY ELEMENT  Will BEGIN LOOTING  Kl«‘rul„ ng ,.„„|    „„     h . (nfJ    Ht     •  :     iTr*rrrr~^~~    •  Prop. PHO  —- * +4i-S*+4»H>  OIL    TO ug/ BURN.” j  And why „„t burn Bu,non J Then* is non,, ba- ’    *  EUPION OIlT"°  IO B,Te iou the     +  _ , .    -*■«•« SAGE UY--iff  g£ IOBIX, .JONE'* MEADE’!’*? tittie    *  BROS., VV. J. It VUGH RF El» fr tnt iv ■!•/,’I-    +  ANH M. L. POWERS j» * J 0 *)?* 0 *    J  ..    .    MARTIN,    Agen!    Waters    Pierce    Oil    Company    +  Collecting Tribal Tax.  Ardmore. I. T, Jan. 25.-Th.,. tribal officials are vigorou-lv en ? ,.7"'^  ru "'" r s iii,*  f /\ a.M* wa    Ila    *    .til    A    I    ill    P    I    CIU    ti    taal    I    ...    ..I    4    .    I    I  Sr. Petersburg, Jan 25.—Over J Gatchina Pal ice no imiieritl flag  PAYMENT AT SULPHUR.  Washington, Ja". 25. — Dele gate McGuire and the statehood delegates from Oklahoma and  Indian Territories in this city      ,     T , KU ruu*iv e  \re greatly eneooraged over the forcing collection of tribal mer    ^     iS    r aMd ,s " itl  *' a(1 Some,hin 9 Like $250,000 Has Al-  prospect for the passage of thejchants* tax in the Chickasaw ! ^ l,0nlv ,eft  / or  kivadia in the    ready    Been    Paid,  statehood hill, particularly that nation. Two stores were c1o*p^  1 nmea *  but iu  respite to in I <    .    it*  ** rtion of it which relates to Ok Milburn because merch- r  llu ‘ r ' es a cou, ‘t dignitary assured I»    .    ‘     P    M,r ’    ’’    *’* >     “~There  5^  anc ^th© Indian Territory, refused to mettle. Judge Town' I  m * fbe  rumor was ground i . >ten a rUs h of claiinanfs lit I ,> r licveridge has announc-1 has decided this tax valid.  Ie *^  Tl, °  M,ir * c, J >a}  ministers  .oat he will at the proper time    “     _ ......—    Ire wholly out of sympathy with  -ccept the proposition of the democrats to strike out the provisions relating to Arizona and  Mexico and provide for the admission of Oklahoma and Indian Territories alone.  It is also stated that C hairman Hamilton of the hom*e territory committee has consented to concur in the senate amendment in  New Medical School.  the aet' of personages who have South McAlester, I. T. Jan *>5.1     reN|,onM,,|, ‘     f <> r     public  —Th** American Osteopructic ' 77  r    Satl,rdav  night.  School of South McAlester I  le *' co enm fbo  whole course was chartered here TusmHrv « bv th ‘* K >vernrm*nt since  • Saturday evening. Major Gen*  The capitalization is $2<>0 OOO with $150,000 subscribed.’ Branch institutions are to be located at Ada and Miami, I T A new treatment founded by the   ----.hi    ic    nu    nj    en    i    in    iM-Huiient    I3unded    by    the  event that it is found imi>os*ible I President, J. \V. Shields, is to be  to OHMtl I hp Kill r    it.-.   4 I O II I r h ^    A    „ • r*  to pass the bill in its present shape. If these assurances are lived up to the chances of the package of a bill creating the new state Oklahoma out of Oklahoma and Indian Ierritoiie**, are greatly improved as it is un derstood this will meet with the approval of practically all of the democrats. It does not however remove all of the obstacles surrounding the passage of the hill. it practically clears the way for statehood for Oklahoma and In dian Territories at this session.   r  Shooting at Lawton.  Lawton, Okla., Jan. 25—Because he feared Bert Harper and wife were making an attempt to take from him Annie Douglas, an orphan girl of 13 years, William Ray entered the home of Harper and in frenzied indignation attempted to take the life of the latter by firing upon him with a revolver. Harper was shot in the fac* and neck,but is not aeriou>ly wounded. Ray mounted a horse and made his escape. He has not yet been apprehended by the authorities. Both men have families and live next door neighbors.  cml IvyJzeflaky, assistant Min j inter of the Interior, who was the head of the police down to Suiur diy last remarked 'o friends of  m »ne that to lay and Thursday  taught. An infirmary will bo conducted in connection with the school.  (Sulphur and something like  $250,000 has already been disposed of. When the line is fuh Inspector Churchill waits upon forty ai hour. But for the large number of non-residents who have not yet sent in their re ceipted vouchors the entire amount could be paid this week. B i* expected to take two weeks to closi* the bu'iness n ie Work  is done methodically and quietly «nd as a rule all c aimants are sa tis'ted. Six per cent of all the  !   WOUt30fOO TAKE  $1,090,000  'ion luujf t  Don’t np»| P( .t thorn or wear poor el^s.-s.  J* WARREN, the Optician, Will Fit You Right.  would be the very worst days in IT ,  S ‘ X  ‘"‘ r  St. Pefrsburjr and that ' the °  l "“ S ,> ' >e "  rovnlnoion.  _.    .    --------  May Become Escort  South McAlester. I. T. Jan, I’,-, -Since the acceptnnc** of the in vi tat ion to visit South McAlester ten Tete I    Rresuh nt Roosevelt  Saturday arrant incuts for his entertuinmcnt here are under way. As there are  a  number of •he original Koujfh It der re»ri-mentin Indian I'erritory, many of whom will be unable to attend the reunion at San Antonio, it is probable that these will meet the chief here and lie his personal escort while visiting .South McAlester  revolutionary masses would prob »bl.v visit private dwe lin^s and take Whitey,-I- they wanted.  We have ail kinds of artics for men. women and children, feed I A: Hsirristm's-    27o-3t    I  ADA AS A DIVISION  ^~    Z. ,T—' 22£2rtr  25c. free 25c.  all iJa'ther' Shoe^^here^"^^ ° n eV ° ry p " ir of T " nn,,,s  January, 191(5 Tennet. ill r e    ' S    , ” est ' ntlif,     during  and chi.dJnTrU' ^  E. L. STEED'S  Ada,--  TALKED OF ELSEWHERE]  Bietle With Whisky Peddlers.  South Mc A Irater, I. T, Jan 25. —Monday night Deputy Marshal* Lee and Atiderxon hud a pitched battle with whisky peddlers, in which a number of *hota were exchanged and one of the ped. dlera was abut in the leg. One of the men was arrested and lodged in jail,  Joints Raided.  South McAlester, I. T., Jan. 25. —Monday Deputy United States marshals raided all j (> j nt(( at  Haileyville aud Hartshorne, arresting nine gamblers at Haileyville and contise ping nine gal-lens of whisky. At Hartshorne ninety gallons of Ch.*ctaw be r was spilled. Choctaw bee. is  B  home made beverage highly fermented. It is made of hops, malt, dried peaches, burnt sugar and raisins. Over one half of the convictions in the central district court are for manufacturing this beverage. It is in high favor among the foreigner at the min ing camp*.  Sherman. Tex.. Jan. 25— rhere ,s  a  generally be ievsd,  comrades!    " 0t    0 ® ciai,v  Conti Tined.  executive I a " 1 "**°  the  " ,r, ' ct tllat tl "‘  a >‘b-  ex* cutive I divisional round houses, etc of the Sherman Sapulpa division of  the M. Louis and San Francisco railway, „ ow Jocated >f PnMie|is   IL, will he moved -o Ada, a few miles so .th of Francis. It i, that trainmen who have occasion to reside at this middle t>omt have long desired that the change be made.  In addition to this the fact that Ada is  H  commercial  Bloodhounds Worked Well.  I he brace of bloodhounds taken   r '"* ] llen ‘  to  T' rola to trail tin* robbers who looted a store at thai place, did their work well, if „ or  boing successful in treeing their  JANUARY 26=27, 1905  A Good Roads College on Wheels  »«••■ ♦..ll-    A    L    t    f    a.  g:i me.  Tne dog, took the scent readily and followed it to t ie rattle feed mg j aru just on lh** north edge of Ada, where th.* thieves changed shoes and a o< I lion of their  . lo ling. Here the dogs lost the  rail, us the parties evidently boarded a tram.  "'ie of the parties had a cut  hand, as ,| 0l) j  wa ,  M , p|| ()ii t(ox   . .    Point    of     a '.‘ (1  ^“I'hing in the afore and a  much importance has occasioned  ,l, ' c,U ( ed  bandage in the yard   11  proved the idea. The nrtb. .  «>m one tut L tk.,- ... ",  1     Officers    are  • is tn*in>r operuti*«l h tin* M K ie.  J of uliicli is to enlighten am! uiMriKrt ik'.T lT° n!l rh '‘  nh j" ct   • booty and ftasibilitv of the* I i* t    »    iter**sted    in    ti,,.  • stops    bf    nmde, short ta,ks "\ \ f "I, ,Ve,neot     po    uts    \vh,    if   •  t oi,N bv emJn, til ti,,,,,| Ro«.!s AdrocHte-1     demoa * tr *-  • am    imptwianee t» famm, business  J all lo attend those JI    *>    exie..    led    to  GOOD ROADS MEAN INCREASED BUSINESS I  One F in* Plus 2.‘> • f .r Him J* .... i »• •    ^    •   l; >-  «<«ti^.,.vitaJL w i"i J np ’ r,a M K  *  r  :  AII members Ada lodge TV.svi.  m«»°M a  W ° r|,i !lro ur «"d ,o meet Monday night, January SO  for the special purpose of. lee’  tmg a clerk. 7:.'I0 o'clock sharp  A. Uodjfer, g. c. aTu ^ftwlt   a  switching delay of from one to many hours to all freight, trains handling loyal merchandise rhis delay w.mH overcome  were Ada a divisional point with  •lard engines and switchmen  on their trail and they may yet  be grappled by the stern hand of Ute law,  Parties coming in from the north on the Frisco Tuesday nigh say that when passing biwakwa some one fired a bulla •brough one of the combes,  Ilar   The h Ii " 1,KKlnif KPVeral  people.  The hall passed ent.re’y through  ho coach and evidently from a Winchester judging f I O m tho sTze OI the hole that was made.  Marriage Licenses.  The following marri >ge licenses have I. CU issued by Deputy  S' daS" 818 "*  dUri "«  tha  W  I ih'i« G pi °° m ’  nife 24 * «H«I Maxwell *  11 «« '«* boh of  M u cus L. Rirmingh'im. age 28  ii  1 o>o': , u„r d EiM Ai -  Win H Long, age 50. and Mary  K. I odd. age flit, lyoth of Ada.  Myrtle    SI,    and  I. rtle Lceper, ago 19, boti, of  FRIS ’O SYSTEM  Chicago & Eastern Illinois R. R.  Double Daily Trains  -     BETWEEN----  St. Louis & Chicago  MORNING AND EVENING  lr    tzh    is;    :■   - -  P"uble I ruck Rhi way  Soteum! 'n ^    ti '"‘ i  *«*"’"*    appliaaees.  ca 0*1 ho I tally ecMstruQtrd.   

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