Ada Evening News, June 8, 1905

Ada Evening News

June 08, 1905

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - June 8, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma Y t 'N I WK W K X I V.KH We Write i n.Mio, r'ire KRU Aiviuei i Insurance .    .... | HARDIN & JONES *    \'ts>    t    Fn»    t    Hu»o)«    xHe*    \d.    N.i    •.    H.    I    h VOLUME 2 THE EVENING NEWS. DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY iDA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY EVENING. JUNES. 1905. HEADACHE lf yon are suflering "itll headache drink a Bromo Ton ie. aeried at Barker & Webb’s Si IDA FOUNTAIN. NUMBER 69 I —-—■== Straw Hats! Help Yourself! in t: e *: l sn a tar of t Ko ryii ing ar*' * "t &.* It's Straw Mats! \ ry st IMW hat limn iem, out not mach ne v att re! ! * re of an y I •t raw I. a. Half Price This i# a bi^r cut ami it you don t !.ik»* offer it's because you do not expect ere #traw hat. Every bat iron’s. No '^ *1 styles Come quickly V , I J. gt* tgu n so ' our wear a good COX-GREER 2 Dry Goods Company. fa FRISCO METEOR LEAVES I Idle Frisco Meteor # ditch. rrhe oiliest passenger train I the southwest, with the ex lion of the combination cafe observation car, lays at th** s of th** right of way. t’ *» re" t vandalism. W ednesday - veil ii l north bound Met**oi w\s nt‘.» Sasakwa, the engine, wit' warning, left the track pulled Ute whole ira ii \v ti except the cafe ear at the end. Every indication points to fact that Hie rails had loosened by the removal of 'spikes, and the authorities ’lending every effort t*> lo at* de it en AT SASAKWA PM-1 es *. . tty . t Ti e dastardly Cr.t - For some time the Frisco has bad onsiderablo trouble at and re 'i is ^ration. Three times w ti i. th.e past year coaches have b* f-n "hot into and rocks have '>•*iirled through th*1 wir-dcvxs *)* p .s#ing trains. I he de* s ruer on of life and property seems o • c a mania for son.e on** xx (i tosses that section ac ct .! try for his operation", and hi" .elution should b** cade, eve f t should b*. n aces saly to plat ** armed men on garth :'ort ii na tel y no loss of life wa" reported from the scene o* the w recK THIRD RAILROAD IS KNOCKING FOR ADMISSION Remnant xSale at I rvemnani oaic ai • Remnants and short lengths of dress goods, laces, embroideries and ribbons at prices that will make them go :    :    :    : Pf you need an inexpensive dress Now’ is the lime to Met For in order to clean up every remnant in the store we will sell >011 one much cheaper than you can buy it regularly :    :    :    : it Come in and look them over *md get a bargain :    :    :    : • A FATAL SHOOTING AFFRAY AT MEE V-1tire-* *y afternoon it M*-Uc-y. tw* c en. brothers, *»t the g- .erat merchandise rim. of Crif th Bros.. were shot by Dr. Nor- i ",    •"O.i    resident    of the town < irifttn !*e: n g lea*! *;t tins w fit mg The trouble the affair isof some montl ii it. Dirties on both sides having iro.de threats against each other It seems that st a certain t me Mi te A T I* • f t *n e bx E" . -*■ t slight, w n-s re.. whu h led up to he " ears anc tut* stand- shooting Ween**"-.: l l ie great op|K>rtunity if time hits Ada "(juan* , * \ • tonight, and that apport 1 Uts ii ti ** jnjople of \d » H around each of her and n taking ch re of (he railroad osition. Hight now s t e moment in our town s h mo W itll the tim d cai I nm mg at our door, and xx it I likelihood of the fonrtI. w b en ark" w ere year, \da. Weare sure. "i this" a" to th** tinue to do hoi duty nobly . 1 times there may have a cliack of •’oncerted .off nu the Alia citizens, nut "ii< ta ne*I iii ii •shme" ot off the ill bed t e DAMXX as tile - ti toe iHitentiai th r.g". .    * Trifle ha" never been n tin e, y * x WM-] ti e Ada citizens Jut\ was yit g i Ian .h i it was squarely ip to* t**d y tile ii to act, nut what they nave ( •    Cm.' I.'    * y We    believe A la ail ’ 1 ,    *    ii*    >»■ the    ii cest and ii est \    or ■" *er<> i" .I **" in the new "tat**. no<-i\    we» .*    strictly    onitiuisticai It •j r    v •    v**!*' not sa), the po oh' Htiou . . :    a'"of *!,** daily xx *)i. id. i*ea*e, bot ti.at • r.• xx* * • v* 1 < onteii)plate, net no sa e in.ii " Ada, •*** he christian or i.*'i it.de. nvite *r.e glare •»* Hie I > g c * 1    •    v* -X n< I • ing ii" full I I \ ours to Serve. E.V.KOTSCH&CO. Cash on Delis cry of Goods. 9 D, P se \ rr - \ ti e x 1 u tfct •tv J et I <»l gave bim *! tile aw. CHICKASHA RAISING BONUS. Everything in z \ime, -x ** . Uf"C.kX r*m * head** cide f rv»"t N«*w W • XX M i T » A anba rn* rial red g r was j one u* xvii    IX e "a CdDt." we xviii have Ada tire xiep ratn * 1 heat dewi There " *■■ u * vt!. - *, k rti se but go or a H Ait* t. . F* " » » . I. X * ‘ " aid ten to n any appli to evil »ah tbe 'f(_ r M**| * til** g 11 a nil in**. R»quire§ Balance ot Si8.000 to Get Canadian Valley Line. Chickasha, I. T . June m«>" meeting of citizens held here Wednesday i*> trne ac- j t or. in r*'gtxi'(i to the inurn* proposition presented by the t an* ac an \ alley a Western Railroad; company. I he company ask" for a bomi" of    This city iia> already c**nttibuted ,1 $2,OOO of thi" funount, which wa* used ii making the survey. At the meeting a eoinmittee was ap* pt'inted to raise the remainder. The company igree> t<> have the new lin** in operation wlthin|^avs* ^,.SSi0n tw*. years. It extend" from Chickasha t**x D**hngh. .1 di"tanc e j u»*\* \e«»r of 12b miles. <trading xxiii begin j*! T-'high in a lew weeks.    ■    lnteri»)i    for    his    action    in - -......- *----*    I Drilling for Oil at Roff.    j    the    tri?*r.    tax    matter.    Congress Roff. I. T., June *. —Some turn NEGRO HIGHWAYMAN CAUGHT THIS MORNING CHITWOOD, THE TAILOR FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING. HEXT TO POSTOFFICE. r ~vr RLbAFCiR ^ SQI ARE DEAL. Resolutrcn* cf "'win Territory Fed-t *« t^cn c t Labor. South ti on ol : c Ales ter, i. 1 , .1 uue xvii. Territory Federator concluded its three * r*-1    ed ne sd ay and adjourn* <i to fi eet in Shaw iesedutions were p; "s*d condemn r g the Secretary Al Sttaw ii*'** VvednesA'ax :m a white man. who**' nam** « x--. ha>t lie learned, was slugg**i ’ ' robbed bx ?t negro, xxi. tt* made his escape. Early this morning lh* w were busy notifying tue >i.er.ff" an*! marshal, and his d**"«-i 1 lion reached the marshaT* *'** c** . * Ada. A moment atter the Katy 1 « n pulled in today Deputy Krer.l" noticed the negro alight ! • .1 the train and at once drew lon e’ t :    aa 1 fi ii " "i\s 1 OOH r ; n<} : "<*on    '.a1 the handcuffs on him TH**- th# arrest Sheriff (Dace, .x Dot taw a tom ie county wa* notified, who at once signified Ins in 1 ten.tic*ii of taking the first train I to* this IKJ. ut. Ttie negro i" nearly six feet tall an I lias n r>ail **y»* in his head. 4e expressed much surprise nt Urn armer in xvliicli he was re-eived and pr«H'laiined hi" inno-»• *e Tom the start. + + ■f PAUL VV. ALLEN, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. Horses Boarded by Day or VV* ck. Satisfaction Guaranteed.    Best    *>1    Service. Allen Livery Barn South Town*end Ave..    Dh<*ne rn rn 4? Til BUT FEW SEATS LEFT. Dixie IMinbtrels Tomorrow Night Don’t Fail to See Them. *-id A big dress rehernal wa whs ;rged ro net by legislation last night at the opera holist and ago The California. Chickasaw providing for removal of all re the ho>s surprised theins.»lve. iv ; u Oil CO Of San Bar- Utrictions from the alienations of Some jro.nl hard jai. were -ie an«i Asptialt </ii t <>., or oan ai |    ...    ended upon tor the local celebreties aa rd inc. Cal., made a contract; |M n lan    * l)l 101,11 and as a result some good pav*k* with local merchants and citizens steads: for legislation lo*)king in* ages will he handed out by the to the condeming of public roads end men. to dig h prospective «ii I well here. 'JTie Hoff commercial club closed a Gcal Tuesday with the parties for one well to be dug 1,650 feet 1 at a cost of $2,500. The Cali-| I**1 to the dlostriou I*‘w cho *-e Crop Conditions ror the week ending June 5, Director Strong, of the vveather bureau, gives out the following • Generally fair and work pro* greyed: wheat ripening and some t arvesf, a lair yield, and medium lilied; onts ih>ing xx ell. or' weedy but doing well and recovering from effect Alf rains; cotton xApeedy and much replanting t" be done t>eii»g worked out The Baby 8 Shoes .Att* an i hi po r ut ll I part They should I*** such pA>rt tt» his tender ankle ♦ iuit* they must V»«‘ built > » a little feet develop as nalur** Mothers Find his onttit atfoni Mip-At t he fsiiuje a-■» to let his ntende«l till" "tor*- ? he hest "in»<*v for their y wxiii• ihat **iii sImx*" are st roo*! Handsome I xx h icii t*» he v ters. They km>\v *<* nfortable, yet vet moderately pricer. How about vom little «»ne“ CHAPMAN s Model Bakery • ••• Everything good to cat always on natal at Die Movie) Bakery Bread. Cake*. Fie#, Cookie#. through Indian    Territory when    I    A"    there    are only a given statehood    The .resolution*,    ,    ,    ... .4,1* ,    .    request# those who nought ticket* end by saving:    *v** hereby ap*    4    lu    1    * ol    the    ladies    ta *    go at *>n'*»* u*je    ...    l imorioan ,,,    ,    .    ,    r    a    Pi.*.’    crop,    pastures.    ."tO<*k,    gar Amel lean, .Clark s Drug store and check off neats remaining the manages* ent aru toing well; potato**" im* proved ami ready tx> market; bay J    Candies,    Etc. See him opposite the iHtftoffice. j J, Au I SL I NG ER, Prop. PHONE. 124. Theodore Roosevelt. President*the desired seats. Socialists lo Flave a Picnic. is honesty, to inves I Durant. I. P., June *■.— der." And fruit doing well. Sponsor and Maid furni« concern has deposited with the    Farmers'Bank    of this of    '’luted States, whom we citj as r    guarantee of their srood j people    r-f the South iia*e learned;    S;r>    Bret    kenridjre    and faith a bonn# of $J.OOO.    (to    love    ior    his    honesty,    to    inves    Durant,    I.    I’.,    .lune    *•.--Tt* j Mr-. Mattie Lloyd, having been Part of    the machinery,    casing, I ligate    these charge# and if they socialists    will    hold    a picnic in    th> I appointed >i»onsor    and    maid    f ^hipped I : * 111 <xpre"CMeJ to give lei',    next    Saturday    and    a    I arg* etc- have already t>een and the work will i>e conitneneed I u** h KCi at once Notice! We want to get acquainted with vou, and we wan' you to get ac quainter! with our price# aud terms. P. P. Awalt Supply Co. 67 -It j j Keg 1 N o. ff meet rig 01 .Ada Lodge F A M., at their hall on June IO, when the election of ottker" for the coming Masonic yea” will be held. All members are reqnested to lie present. Chai A. Power#, M. M. honor, respectively, *>t the Wm. .    •    . L. Byrd ♦•amp to the reunion, a * vd ol visitor# to the city *-    *___ ^    + I will reave .sunday evening or ex ted, an interesting program Monday morning over the Frisco having been arranged. 'The; for Louisville. These ladies are chiel speaker will be Waiter Thoma* Mill#, of Chicago, rf ho will address the people’on “The Suicide of Fapitalism ’ and “The Coining of Socialism.” tine bv qualified and will reflect much credit and do honor to tl ♦ big camp in their honorary cai cities. Tee News coogratuiix?* * them and w:»he* then* £ mw. pleasant trip. ;

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