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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma t.lVKS 1'HK NEWS WHILK I VOLUME 1 DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEB. 8, 1905. PROGRKSIVE CITY Our Family Shoe TWO NEW STARS AD- DED TO THE FLAG Wheth-M u.vo ,-M'nn iiu. r. o p nl d'o :i e, tll'i! t' 11 sin ,V' 'X. 'n' at veo UKuiet'i'.' i nee On r s-e oo i c t.n.ii'cd solid. made i pur i' ov "i 5 to s si. toll1, 12 to 50 (lids' heavy Yiei, sole, very MM vieable, only Specials in Ladies' Willow C'.ilf, U.m) -ole, also Sole, these tuo m- the very best S3.50 in our house To clone ut Men's Shovs without an equal in and new just opened S3.00, 3.50, 4.00 4 5.00 Washington. I'Vb. 7.-After a continuous Mttiniro! almost nine hours the senate at o'clock 'diiighf the joint stairhood bill As pa.vsed tho bill pros ides for liie admission of OUahomtt, to compo.-ed of OkluliCM. i Indnn Territorv. and Mex- ico, to the pi i sent boundaries with Arizona eliuli nate.l. The long-.es-ion ch'iiaet- by many >urprKi-, be promptly upon the con- THE: SHOE PEOPLE. ASSASSIN IDENTIFIED. of iirtitor I umtors IVb. S I liv a of tkiiMiion Suiuineu, 'Alui lie as i] y, is uauii'J John procurator tionf nil i.t Fuilfiiul .ui.l wtio was shot ami kilird Mondas HI refiicloni-c ,i nuns, niiiu dressed MI an ufllrc i iiuiiiii in ha-' iilrniiiiiM! as Karl hoiiai-il linlioiiihal. formerly a student at llu> Imperial Ak'xanilfi- un- iversity her.- Hohcnth.-U. who latterly had in Stcwkholm. leturned to Finland Jauuai> U Ho maintains ob- .-.UnatP silence under examination. S.-n- iuor Akermau who liu.s assumed thr (iuties of procurator of HIP senate is directing the invuotiimiion of the Tbe wounds iuflicttni ou the assassic by the son of Soiiiinpn oro not of a ilangerous oharactei- VVuahinston Kcb f meriMiu' lileil in Ih' 'house b> Mi l.iuKi'm i Mich ii'jne- i >ntinu ilic nl ilu1 (lomoi'r.itlc incmlH'i ot t no l.uu.-i' ommilU'i' I nmvi ham inai im unl fisheries I t ottuil OU Mill j Oklahoma C'il> Keh s I'll' Oklahoma lotion -ccd oil mill hocn 1 uruoil. Thr llr.- ausi-d h> IIUIIDH in ihc hulliui; Mim lowicd numora London ,Kpb. 8 charge il' af- faires of tho RiiKslaji embassy here has informed the Assoeiated press that is no ba.si-; for (ho renewed ru- mors of pesico Tho llusslan nltitiulo he declared liaJ not changed, i oulil nol fonslflpred undor onditions CoutliHlvl i'old 111 Ueb Molnc-s. la S degrees below was the minlmiini reached here Tuesdn> Oharlcs City is the coldPbt spot in I ho thorinom- ter rcRtsterini; -il that plnce firr. Home, N Y KVl> S -A spark Iroui a workman's torch laUInK upon oily waste and a grea'ij floor rntisnl a flro which destroyed tho Kome Iron mill, entailing a !os'; ol' SJOnooo Opruinu 1'rliK'o Alituxt d. Berlin. Fob s J'rinif Kilol-KnoiJ- erich lias .so f.ir ic< ovi-ri il Irom iiis al- tarl; of pneumonia that his ph.v.su l.uis have iiinuiuiieed th.u no inrtber tltis w 111 be ihsucU. THE SOUTH AMERICAN JACK-IN-THE-BOX. s 'ioii A O Q. u The li rst aiiiniidnicnt considered prohibit- the sale of liquor in Indihn Territory for ten years. Mr. Gallinger offered un amend- ment A substitute for the com- mittee's provision, making the time twenty-one years and ex- tending its operation to the entire state Mr. Teller and Mr. Spooner spoke in support of the substitute and Bailey, I5acon, Hey burn, Fo raker and Mallory against it. The opposition was bused on the ground that the provision contemplated an inter- fere-: ce with tiie police of u state. The substitute was carried by a vote of 55 to 20. The text of the liallinger amendment applying to the en- tire state of Oklahoma is as fol- lows: "Tho manufacture, sale, barter or giving of intoxicating liquor.- within this state i- adopted to 1H5. Mr. 15err> then, in slightly dif- ferent foim. renewed his motion to admit Mexico as a -epsi- rate State, and the action pro- vailed, lo to 'M. Mr. Foraker to.lay on the tab'e a motion by Mr. Bever- ridjjo to consider and that motion prevailed; to Thit was the last roll call. The bill us amended was then passed without division and on motion of Mr. Poraker the .Senate at p. m. adjourned. Indian Territory Doctors. Durant, I. T., Feb. 7.---The Central District Medical Baard of Indian Territory, in ses sion here Monday and Tuesday, examined and admitted the fol lowing named physicians: .1. O. 1. T.; C. K. Tollin-, Alvin, I. T.; K. Matthews. Port Worth, Dr. M. C1.. Walker, Dallas, Tex.; W. K. Howard. Wade, I. 'J1 i' A. Hooper, Atk Mesehmd. Idabel, I. T M. I, Cui-er, Hugo, I. V Miil-r Valliant, I. T. J. A Martin., Sherman, Tex.; L. (lee, I. T (ice, Tcv A. II. Dallas, Tex J Pousel. (J raiK'viiH', TCY Dr. Allen, C'oalgtitc', I. P.: Di. Thomas, Hugo, 1. T., U'..I. Shaw, Hugo. 1. T.' A.S'. Samp-on, boio, Ok.; L. S. Dnlkirr.v- Idabel, L T., and .1. C. Williams, Cole nan, 1. T. Moss Scrivner. Moss Serivnor the style of1 anew grocery linn that will be gin business in the. Henley it Biles buiidingabout I'ebruary 1 Mr. Scrivner is a new man to our people, coming here from the, Choctaw nation, lie is a brother- in-law of Sol Moss, for several years with M. L. Walsh. We wish for this new firm the host, success possible. Cl. Johnson, merchant, stock- man and farmer of Center was transacting business in Ada to- day. THIS BELON Watch for announcement of the New Store. CHITWOQD THE nm M. L. POWERS .-t ,4 u W. T. MARTIN, Agent Waters Pierce Oil Company c The Ada TOM HOPE, PrCMilent. JNO. L. Vice President FRANK JONES. Cas-hior. OUVILIE SNEftD As-t Cashier Capital Stock, Undivided Profits........ Blanks Furnished and Remittances M.idc to the Govern- ment on Town Lots. ADA, CH1CKASAVV NATION.
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