Ada Evening News, January 31, 1905

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 31, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma HIK NEWS HIVES THE NEWS WHILE I i s NEU s THE ADA EVENING NEWS. I HE NEW S DELIVERED AT It* PER W EEK IDEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY VOLUME I ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, TUESDAY EVENING, JAN. 31 1905. NUMBER 276 - LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR SALE Beginning Wednesday Feb. Lf and continuing for one week, we will make seine prices th it are actually below cost of material- Don't fail to com© fir-t day, if not come second For convenience "p have these en tables, arranged according to price. TABLE NO. I. 25c. Ladies’ Corset Covers and Drawers. You pay 35c and 50c for those. 50c. Ladies' Corbet Covers, Gowns, Chemise, Drawers and Skirts These are all 75c and 65c values. TABLE NO. 2. 75c. Consists of exceptional values. You'll say cheap at $1.00. Consists of Drawers, Gowns, Skirts and Corset Covers. TABLE NO. 3. $1.00 All well made and extra values in Gowns, Ih awers, Skirts ami Corset Covers JUDGE RAYMOND THROWS X RAYS ON DOUGLAS PUiTU/nnn THE tailor, for up-to-date bill I Iff UUU, CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE. Muskogee, I. T., dan. 81 —The petit jury in the United States court. Saturday brought in a statement signed by the members, endorsing Judge Raymond’# ad ministration- Foreman Zin *, of TABLE NO. 4 $1.50 I Skirts and Gowns, unusual values. $2.00 G >"us and Skirts made of nice material, well made and nicely trimmed. $2.50 Lad ie*’ Skills of best material, Ii a ii d so rn el y trimmed, wide flounce, very striking. o/vfpp/cf spar cts//- Bicone University, after tending the resolution-, made a short ad dress in which he stated he had taken part in many church con fere not s and had attended court* in Texas* Indiana and other states, hut that he had never seen more fairness and ability shown than bv Judge Raymond. The Judge then responded, thanking the jury and in referring to the charges filed against him bv Colonel C. B. Ikiu^las, said in part: ’‘You will reme in lier 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 I the name of Douglas. M ell, to he criticised by a man with such a record does not even ann >y me Ibis man has been three times tried for murder in the Indian Territory. Was summarily di9 charged from the g»vernment service in the Indian agent's office for peculiar conduct, by the secretary of the interior, and -hire that tim* has coitinoally cm incised neatly every public official in the government service. Re has oeena «a"r ida»e for nearly every position in the gift of the iH*oi»le, and has generally l»eeif unsuccessful. Defeated for World's fair commissioner; de Teated for delegate from indian Terr tory to Washington; delegate to National convention; became a chronic complainer, and is now almost without a friend. “Sumy 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 tnor.ey necessary to pav off in debt educate Thi* I declined Shortly after this, Mr. Douglas came to me and insisted that I name his palier as the official paper of this district, and compel all legal advertisements to be inserted therein. This I declined to do, as unfair. I bis irritated the gentleman, and his criticism is the result. “it is simply a case of blackmail where th® goods demanded were refused, followed by an assault. “Gentlemon, such men must not be taken a* a type of the cig L»rous manhood trying to develi p this grand new state They are but freaks ami onh represent themselves and tneir peculiar vanities ” PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery Stable. NKW HOUSEL    NEW BUGGIES Travel well.    Look    well. Soti-tfa** orv Service Guarantee! Allen Livery Barn  -  — — ——= TI + * 1 J Model Bakery.... Fvert tbint? coot! u*ent al” av- ****    the XI• wit*I 11?» I, • *r\. I twill. I *?tki* , Pi#* ., I *«Mit,- ii**.. • • (SindI****. K« e. -*»••«» him ii < , I MIW I fib***. • • J. A. ISLINGKR, Prop.    i3«    : WOULD you tale “I (1,000.000 ■ FOR YOUR EYES? U. S. SUPREME COURT DECIDES AGAINST PACKERS WILL VOTE ON STATEHOOD RE FEBRUARY 7 L Don’t neglect them or wear poor glasses. C. J. WARREN, the Optician, Will Fit You Right. TESTED    FREE EYES J | “OIL ^ TO ^ BURN.” And why not burn Fupion ? There >s none batter Ask your merchant to give you the E.UPION OIL. FOK SALE KY- r s TOBIN, JONES MEADERS. LI r i I E    *JL BKI)S. W J. HAUGH. REED & JOB S AON    £ AND M. L TOWERS    J* ^ J*    T W T MARTIN Agent Waters Pierce Oil Company ^ sd Washington, Jan. 31. The Supreme Court of the United States to lay decided *he case of the United State** vs. Swift a's: Uo , known a* the beef tru-t. chatging conspirrcy among the packers to fix prices on fresh me«t-*, etc The opinion was handed down by Justice Holmes >*nd a Air toed the decision of the conf below, which was against the packers 4 In his opinion Justice Holme'* discussed at length the various contentions of the packer- and disposed of them individually. He admitted that some of the charges were less specific than tiesirable, hut said this was neces sarily true on account of the vast ext »nt of the field covered He WEATHER PRECAST. 'N Indian Te« ritory : 1'onight and Wednesday, snow flurries. Colder. Temperature. The big thermometer in front of th** New- office registered today a- follow-: At 8 a in    33 At 3 p. rn..    ...    ..    39 J Washington, Jan. SI.—The senate Monday agreed to vote on the joint statehood hill before ad joui nment on T uesday, Feb. 7. Mr. Plait of New York pre sen ted the certificate of election of his colleague, Mr Dei»ew. A bill extending to the Philippines the privileges of the statutes c< ncerning the extradition of fugitives from justice wits passed. Mr. Gibson of Montana pre sented the certificate of election of Thomas H. Carter, who sue mm- ORDER NOW! Now is the time* to place your order for your Spring and Summer Stationery We keep on hand approved forms of (to the public added that sufficient c use bac been shown to prove continued I ^    Ler-hon,    W. offenses and an offense of such a nature to justify the proceeding. ^The opinion continues the injuiic Cion grant*d against the packers under tim Sherman anti trust law by the lower court- The opinion was concurred in by all members of the court _    I    ceeds    Iii    rn in the senate. New Territory Banks.    A    bill    whs    passed    lo    aul    hoi    ii-- Washington, J:»n 31.— At»pli-Uhe construction of a bridge cations to organize Indian Terri- j across the Arkansas river at or tory hank*, approved Monday:    I    n,,ar    Van    Buren,    Ark. The hirst National bank of \\ 9 p. rn. the statehood bill | Eolana, with a capital of $25.ufo, Was taken up, when Senator feller of Colorado addressed the ll. Hoi A. Keller man, P. IL Ho man, and <eid Biggin The American National bank of Holdenville, with a capital of $25,000. by L C Pirmenter, Ben F White, W. E. Templeman, J. A Chapman and R. O. White-church. A Widow’s Appeal. Ada, I. T., Jan 31, 1905 I am do Yn sick and am in a bad shape Have b»*ensiek ever since Christmas. I want t«» thank th** tone that sent me those things New Years. I appraci tted them very highly. I am a widow with four children. I am down and can t work My little children have to tnke care of me and can’t get nut to do any work and anyone (hat could assist me I would appreciate it., This is something that I never have (ad to do before, is to a~k for elp. Yours Ke-pectfully, Mrs. L. M. Dugan. .lack G ‘urge, of Waxahachie, Texas came in this morning to attend the funeral of Ins brother* J T. George, which took p ace tin- aftei noon. senate. Wh* n Mr Teller concluded, Mr. Beveridge presented the resolution to vote on the statehood hill on Feh 7, which was unanimously adopted. Th© agreement provides that general1 debate shall close on Monday*] Jan. Ck that immediately ar'er the reading of the j iii mal Tuesday,; the senate shall proc ed to the consideration of the amendments to the hill under the ten-minute rule Chattel Mortgages Real Estate Mortgages Lev*e Contracts lien al Contracts Quit Claim Deeds Restriction Blinks Bills of Sale Bonds for Title Blink Notes Warranty l>ecds Etc. We carry Coffins, Caskets and ii’,’, kinds sh* Ui.dert ikerV goods. We also em ha rn and furnish Iii arse when desired. ADI Fl'RNITl'RE ANO GOFFIN CfNPANY, I en If y< u are going to Jo *dit business, use COUPON BOOKS TIME CARD. Ada, Ind. Ter EAVT BOUND TRAINS. Ney. 510 Meteor,    5:30    p.    rn. No. 512 Eastern Exp. 9:39 a. iii. No. 542 Local I’ reighfc, 4:<>5 p. rn. WEST BOUND I RAINS. We have the n in **t“Ck from $5.0* to $5»*«O This is tin* rn “st sail* fact* ny way t« i I III “SI MI I IHC O’ y    I” handle credit busine*# a you make only one en ry on No. 5“9 Meteor    8:34    a.    rn. E. W. Biggerstnff returned tills No. 511 Texas Pass    8:22 p. in. morning from Bonham, Texas, where he wa# called by the parlous illness of bis father. Mr. No. 541 Local Freight 7:45 a.m. Local freight trains carry passengers provided with per Biggerstiff said his father "admits Ten p *r cent saved on th© much improved when he It it there purchase of round trip tickets. inst evening.    J,    JdcNiij;, Almost Disemboweled. Muskogee, I. r., Jan. Si.—Sat urday night Jess** Harper got into a fight with Zach Foreman at Porum, twenty miles southeast of Muskogee, and as a result Foreman will die and Harper is in jail here. It was a drunken row. Harper used a knife with deadly effect and Foreman was almost disemboweled He was still alive at last report# but cannot live. Harper is being held without bond pending Forem jn’s death or recoveryf y ur tx) <k*. an J g“ *d- n**ver l<-ave the *t r * uncharged. Went LF Send for SAMPLES. ADA NEWS. MHO* -•NM kim mil ■ (IHI Mrs N CL Hutsel left thi morning f »r Ti** nom in go t<* y sit SA lf wha i. ill. Two Essential Qu 'lit es $ ■  ♦ rn ta rad* r z»* oui* un •oe I Ine is to se*-, hip hard t »<h serif e that's felly Ie The O’ her i- es ny to describe t»ut hard lo    thats Construction The first produces good appearance, the se** md preset es it. t H A T> V* A XT V ;

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