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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma THK NEWS UJVKSTHh NEWS WIIILfel THE ADA ING NEWS THE NEWS DELIVERED AT Kte PEft WEEK DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY ____________________ ...__ -.-fll ___ -_..--. TJ -...I --_ -----i-..--- VOLUME 1 ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, EVBNINO, JAN. 31 1905, NUMBER 276 r LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR JUDGE RAYMOND THROWS X-RAYS ON DOUGLAS Beginning Wednesday Feb 1st and continuing for one week, we will make some prices are actually below cost of material Don't fail to come first day, if not come, second For convenience we have these on arranged according to price. i TABLE NO. 1. 25c. Ladies' Corset Covers and Drawers. You uny 35e and 50c for these. 50c. Ladies' Covers, Gowns, Chemise, Draw- ers and Skirts are all 75c and 55o values. TABLE NO. 2. 75c. Consists of exceptional You'll s-siy cheap at 00 Con-1-ts of Drawer-, Gowns, Skirts and Cot set TABLE NO. 3. All well made and extra values in Gowns, Dm new, Skirts and Corset Cov- er a TABLE NO. 4 Skirts and un- usual Gwns nnd made of nice niuU'rirtl, well tnade and tue m.. 39 New Territory Banks. Washington, Jan 31 cations to organize Indian Ti.rn- opprnvod Monday: The National bank of Kolana, with a capital of nOO, W. R Ler-slum, W. II. Hoi man, P. II. Ho'm.m, A. Keller and -Joul Kijrgm The AmerifdM National bnnk of Holdenvi'le, with a canital of by L C Pirinenter, Men F liite, VV E Templem in, J. A Chapman and R. O White- churcli Mnskogee, I. T., .Ian. 81 petit In the United court Saturday brought in a statement tngned b.v members, endorsing Judtte Rnymond'a ministration. Foreman Zin of Bicone Univeisity, reading the made a phort ad dress in which he ntated he had taken part in many church con fm-enctH and had attended courts in Texas, but that he had never neen more fannejis and ability than Judge Raymond. Judge then responded, thanking the in referring to the charges filed against him br Colonel C. B. said tn part: ''You will remember the old saying, "No wretch ever felt the halter draw, with a good opinion of the law." I notice some com plaint has been made by a man by the came of Well, to be critu-ixed by a man with such u recoid does noc even ann >.v me (his man has been three times tried foi muider in the Indian Territory. Was summarily dis charged from the government service in the Indian office for peculiarconduct, b.v the secretary of the interior, and nx-e that tim has continual'.! cnticnsed neuib every public official in the government service. Be has a candidate for nearly every position in the gift of the people, and has generally tieetr tinnnct essf ul. Defeattd World's ftiir eommissionef; de- feiited for delegate from Indian tiiry to to National convention; became n chronic cotnplaitifr, and is now almost without a friend. "dom.4 time ago this same man came to me and after informing me that, his newspaper was undei mortgage, asked me to assist in forming a corporation to take over his newspaper, advance the mor.ey necessary ito pay off in debtedness. Thi< 1 declined Softly after thin, Mr. came to me and insisted that I name his paper as the official paper of district, and compel all legal advertisements to be inserted therein. This I declined to do, as unfair. This irritated the gentleman, and his criticism ia the result. "It is wimply a case of mail where the goods demanded were refused, followed by an assault. "Gentlemen, such men mUHt not be taken at a type of the, vig manhood trying todevehp this grand new state They are but fn-aks and onh represent them-el and tiieir peculiar vapUiea WILL VOn ON STATEHOOD BILL FEBRUARY 1 of Wiixah-iehie, Ti ca'iie in this momintrto attend tho lunoral of his biotl.er, J T Gioijre, which took place thi- aftei noon TIME CARD. Ada, Ind. Ter BOUND TRAINS. No. 510 Meteor, p m. No 512 Eastetn Kxp. a in. No. 542 Looal I'reight, p. m. WEST BOUND I RAINS. No. Meteor a. m. No. 511 Texas Pass p. m. No. 541 Local a.m. Local freight trains curry passengers provided with per mils Ten p -r cent saved on the purchase of round trip tickets. Washington, Jan. senate Monday agreed to vote on the joint statehood hill before ad joui ninent on Tuesday, Feb. 7. Mr. Platt of New York pre- sented the certificate of election of his colleague, Mr Depew- A bill extending to the Philip- the privileges of the statutes c< ncermng the extradition of fugitives fiom jiMice wan passed. Mr. Gibson of Montana pre sented thw certificate of election of Thomaa H. Carter, who ceeds him m the A bill was passed to authoiiz'- the construction of a bridge across Arkansas river at or neat Van Buren. Ark. 2 p. m. the statehood bill was taken up, when Seimtoi feller of Colorado addressed the M'na'e. n Mr Teller con- cluded, Mr. Beveridge presented the resolution to on the statehood bill on Feb 7, which "as unanimously adopted. The agieemont pmvirles that gem ral J debate shall close on Moncinv, Jan. 6: that immediately the, reading of the, j mrnal Tuesday, senate shall proc ed to the consideration of the amendments to the bill under the ten-minute rule ____________ Almott Disemboweled. Muskogee, I. T.f Jan. Sat night JeHsi' Bur per got into a tight with Zach Foreman al Pitrtim, twenty miles southeast of Muskogee, and as a result Fore- man will die and Harper in m jiil here. It a drunken row. Harper used a knife with deadly effect and Foreman was almost disemboweled He was still alive at last but cannot live. Harper ia being without bond pending, death op ORDER NOW! Now the time to place order for your Spiiug and Summer Stationery We keep on hand approved forms of Chattel Mortgages Real Estate Mortgages Lea-e Conlracts lien al Contracts Quit Claim Deeds Restriction Bi inks Bills of Sale Bonds for Tula Blink Notes Warranty Deeds Etc. If yc u are going to Jo a credit busmen, use. COUPON BOOKS We bavp the n in from CM to This is the crcHit ti- you make onu en ry on bo go id- never the r Send for ADA NEWS. CHITWOOD THE TAILOR, FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE, 4- PAUL W. ALLBN, Livery Stable. XKW HORSES TiHvel well. orv Allen Livery Barn NEW BIHHHRS well. Model BaKery.... J. A. ISLINGER, Prop. WOULD YOU TAKE 1 FOR YOUR EYES? Don't neglect them or wear poor glasses. C. J. WARREN, the Optician. 'Will EFit Yoti Right. YES TESTED FREE _l "OIL, TO BURN." And why not burn Eupion? There is none bet- ter vonr merchant to give you the EUPION OIL. --------FOR SALR BY-------- R. S. TOBIN, JONES MFADRKS. LE BROS., W. J. ItUTdH, RKEI) .JOFi V V1OB AND M. L KW'KRS W. T. MARTIN, Agent Waters Pierce Oil Company TO THE PUBLIC We cart Cottons, Us and all kinds also emliami nnd furnish when ADA FURNITURE AND COFFIN COMPANY, You Went N GK Hutsel left morning ftr Tis'Mtiningo y sit in-' m Two Essential Qu litres Characl1 our tin ol shoe- One is to hard t'xlcsciitie that's le e-isy to jj; deseribn hard 10 M-e- that's Construction The produces good appearance, the pre- I it. A TP Vf
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