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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma THK NEW.s illVKM TMK THE ADA EVENING NEW VOLUME 1 DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A MOJRFpROQREaftlVF n.rv THE NEWS DELIVERED, AT I'EH ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY EVENINO, JAN. 25 1905, NUMBER 271 DID YOU VISIT 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 12yd. lengths and qnite a few patterns are already sold out. These are certainly rare bargains. BOYS' KNEE PANT SUITS Tuesday and Wednesday only, we will sell Boys' Knee Pant Suits at 50c, and These prices are from 75 to 100 per cent less than regular price. CARRIE WILL HENCEFORTH LIVE IN NEW STATE CHITWOOD mm CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE. CHANCES FOR STATEHOOD ARE LOOKING BRIGHTER Carrie Nation, self-styled home defender and smasher, arrived in the city this morning and WHS met at the tram by John Beard, who escorted her to the Byrd hotel. In an interview with a News reporter she said: "You otm any for that hereafter I am fur an i of Oklahoma alone. I will make my home at Guthrio, where can be in touch with the pulse i of the soon to be uew state, and I am going to see that we have a prohibition state right at the tart." Asked as to what s-he thought ongre-is wou'd do with the pro- ibition amendment to ilia sttte- ood bill, she replied, "nothing." That is a farce got up iiy a g ing f republicans in order .th-it they might win notoriety out of aha continued, "ami the only wuy we will get prohibition is to work with the people, for they will be tlie ones who will settle the matter." Mrs. Nation remained in he room the entire afternoon and whe fl if she contemplated a visi t.o the down town district, she rephwj chat hur business wouli permit, of no trip, but that she 'vould like to visit the stores and offices had she sufficient time for so doing. Mrs. Carrie Nation will deliver a tomneraneo lecture at, t .Method iNt church evening un'ler the of the missionary society. Admis- sion, 15 and 25 cents. 27o.2t Washington, 25. (ate McGnire and the statehood delegates from Oklahoma and Indian Territories in this city %re greatly encouraged the prospect for the passage of the bill, particularly -w rtion of it which relates to Ok and the Indian Territory. Beveridfge has a'nnounc- _ he will at the proper time v-Ccept the proposition of the democrats to strike out the pro- visions relating to Arizona and Mexico and provide for the of Oklahoma and In- dian Territories alone. It is also stated that Chairman Hamilton of the bonne territory committee has consented to con- ear in the senate amendment in Collecting Tribal Tax. Ardmore. I. T., Jan. tribal officials aro vigorously en forcing collection of tribal mer chants' tax in the Chickasaw at because merchants refused to settle. Judire .Town-, send has decided this' REVOLUTIONARY ELEMENT WILL BEGIN LOOTING L PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery Stable. NEW HORSES NEW BUGGIES Travel well. wel] Satisfactory Service Guaranteed. Allen Livery Barn o w 9 0090 A A4 Model Bakery.... _- Everything trood toont nlw.-i'ts htmd nt the I )iim BURN. And why not burn Eupion? There is none b.-f ErupioNvooiil'ei'cliaut io tho -FOIl SAM? HV- JvIEADEItS. LITTLE i W, T. MARTINA Agenrwatert Pierce Oil Company St. Jan, Gatchina Pal.ico no imperil! Hug is wavinar and rumors were lil'e that the Ts'tr and Tsariti had Hiiddenl.v left for Livadiu in the Crimea, but in response to in court dignitary assured me that the rumor was ground- principal New Medical School. South McAlester, I. T., Jan 25. are wholly out of sympathy with Dosed )f the acts of who have for the since Saturday night. oufciiruav nignc. They condemn the whole course American School of South McAlester I T was chartered here government since The capitalization is with subscribed.'i ister Branch institutions are to be head at Ada and Miami, I. T A new treatment founded by the president, J. Shields, is An Saturday evening. Major Gt-n- leral RyHzeffsk.v, assistant Min of the Interior, who was the of the police down to Sutur remarked ro friends of PAYMENT AT SULPHUR. Something Like Has Al- ready Been Paid. Sulphur, I. T., Jan. 25 has been a rush of claimants nt Sulphur and something like has already been dis- When the line is fall Inspector Churchill waits upon forty ax hour. But for the large WOUtt'pU TAKE I event that it is found 13 M, oe, to pass the bill in its present tauvrht. An infirmary will be worHt in shape. If these are in connection with the and thafc tlie lived up to the chances of the I school. masses would prob bill of a bill creating the new 9tate Oklahoma out of Ok lahoma and Indian Territories are greatly improved IH it is derstood this will meet with the approval of practically all of the May Become Escort South McAlester. I. T. Jan. 25 -Since the acceptance of the in vitation to vi.iit South tendered President Roosevelt nbl.v visit private dwo-lings and take whttever they wanted. number of non-residents who have not yet sent in their re cuipted vouchers the entire amount could be paid this week. It expected to take two weeks to close the business The wor is done methodically and quietl. md as a rule nil claimants are sntis-icd. Six per cent of all the claims have been paid. L Don't neglect thorn or wear poor trlasses. C. J. WARREN, the Optician, Will EFit You Right. YES TESTED FREE y U e have ail kinds of artics for men. women and children, rte Harrison's. viwiivaiiy mi or me m. delbocrato. It does not however arrani-ments for his remove all of the oSificles here are under rounding the passage of the bill. way- As there are a number of it practically the way for the or'K'na) Koujrh li der regi 'r- for Oklahoma and In dian Territories at this session. Shooting at Lawton. Lawton, Ok la., Jan. cause 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 frentied indignation at- tempted to take the life of the lat- ter by firing i.pon him with a re- volver. Harper was shot in the fact and is not seriously 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. With Whiaky Peddlers. South Me A tester. I. T.Jan 25. night Deputy and Anderson had a pitched battle with whisky peddlers, in which a number of shots were and of the ped- shot in the leg. Ona of the men was arrested and lodged In jail. mentin Indian Territory, many of whom will be unable to attend the reunion at San Antonio, it is probable that these comrades will meet the chief executive here and be his personal escort while visiting South McAlester. Joints Raided. South McAlester, I. T., Jan. 25. Deputy United States marshals raided all joints at Haileyville and Hartsborne, arresting nine gamblers at Hail- eyville and confiscating nine gal. lens of whisky. At Hartshorno ninety gallons of bet-r was spilled. Choctaw beer is n home made beverage highly fer- mented. It is mudeof hops, malt, dried peaches, burnt sugar and raisins. Over one half of the ADA AS A DIVISION TALKED OF ELSEWHERE Sherman, Tex., Jan. There is a generally be though not officially confirmed, rumor to the effect that the sub- divisional round houses, etc., of the Sherman Sapulpa division of tho St. Louis and San Francisco railway, now located at I. T., will be moved 'o Ada, a few miles of Francis. It h known that trainrnon who have occasion to reside at this middle point have desired that the change be made. In addition to this the fact that Bloodhounds Worked Well. The brace of bloodhound taken from here to T.vrola to trail the robbers who looted a store at thut place, did iheir work well, if not, successful in treeing their Ada a commercial point of much importance has occasioned 1 lie dogs took the scent and followed it to the cattle feed inp jard just on the north edge o Ada, where the i-l shoes und a orrtion of theii clothing. Here the dojrs lo.st th as the parties evidently boarded a train. One of the parties had a cut hand, ns blood was seen on boxes and clothing in the store and a discarded bandnjre in the yard oil cents nwa.V on every psiir of Tennets SHHU'-M whllre .ft1" is Presented diSg Jnnu.ii.i, 1905. lenm-lw nil Lp'ither Shoes are m..de for men lad.es and ch.ldren at from (50c. to per pair. At E. L. STEED'S, A. N D. R. convictions in tho central district court are for manufacturing this beverage. It is in high favor among the foreigners at the min ing camps. All members Ada lodge Wood- of the World are urged to a uigeu IQ meet Monday January 30, for the special purpose of i-lcc- ting a clerk o'clock sharp, t laager, g, g. of from one to many hours to all freight train handling merehandwH This delay would be overcome were Ada a divisional point with .yard engines and switchmen. the on the night say that when passing Ssasakwa Home one fired a th rough ona of the nar- h n oeople. The hall pa-ised entire'y through the conch and evidpntly from a Of the hulq was rM J the idea. officers are on (heir trail and they mav vet he grappled b.y the stern hand of the law.________ Marriage Lioenaea. The following marri ige htivo b >eii issued by bepuTy Clerk Constant during the past lew days: age 24, and ol L. age 28, of rolii, and Ethel Al. OrrV age 18 of 'Wm. H and Mary aire 50, both of Ada. UHalllniln and pf GOOD ROADS T--------------g JANUARY 1905: A Good Roads College on Wheels GOOD ROADS MEAN INCREASED BUSINESS ASK "KATY'S" AGENT. FRIS TO SYSTEM Chicago Eastern Illinois R. R. Double Daily Trains KTWEEN--------------____ St. Louis Chicago MORNING AND EVENING From USalle Street Station, Chicago, a m 9-10 D m From Umon Bridge) St.Lduis p.' m! Morninir or evening, connection at both with ,1 Bqinrmunt entirely new and inoUeru thi-ouuliout. A Double Track Rai'way. witli p.-autioiil and approved safety appliances. uonstfoi'tefl. 1223? iNEWSPAPERl
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