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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - November 30, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 WEATHER FORECAST:  Tomorrow Ram md Colder.  THE EVENING NEWS.  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  TEMPERATURE TODAY:  At 3 p. iii . 73 decree*.  VOLUME 2  ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY. THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 30, 1905  NUMBER 218  *50c on fee $ujjjj  A    o  lf    |  * Big line of $1.50 Clueti dress §  shirts, winter styles, will close I out in the next few days at • j J your choice only    I  FASTIDIOUS STORE BREAKER MAKES LEISURELY SELECTION  75 c  Arrow Brand collars, any style. I each    I  IOC  It there is one thing above ad others that people arn particular about it i> their wearing apparel, even if it is to he had for tilt* taking.  This was evidenced Wednesday night by the store breaker, who entered tho houses of T. J. Chambless and Reed & Harrison.  At the former place he gained entrance through the rear dodfc Proceeding to the safe he opened tho outer door which, however, was not locked, but did not open the inner door and the currency and silver was fouud intact. Not a piece of goods was found mis sing here* but not .-ho at the store of Reed tv Harrison. Here the burglar secured a complete change of raiment throughout, including shoes, clothing, sweat or, hose aud some thirty pocket knives.  Pile gentleman made his choice  I  j AN IMPRESSIVE UNION  with tm* utmost care, taking only  what suited his taste. At the slice a uniter he examined at least a dozen pair before recuring those his liking.  Th v tieing low cut patent leathers Arriving at the hose shelves he examined a number of socks md selected only the high or priced ones. The same was true O', the sweaters. He select ed a ho d ho me white and green *5.00 garment from among those of a lesser price. A** fast as he se lech* a garment he exchanged it for r ie old one and tho store presented a scene this morning not ui like that of a bachelors boud who dressed to catch a  I  I train  i Bloodhounds were put on the trail ti is morning but up to the hour I going to press no development^ have occurei.  Bargains in  LACE CURTAINS  Curtains that were Rood values at 85c  reduced to per pair -    -    65c  Another good one that sold for $1.00each reduced to each    -    -    65c  A nice Bon Femme pattern worth $1.35 each, reduced to each    *    $1.00  A «ood heavy and extra wide curtain  cheap at $2.00 per pair, reduced to $1.40  A Stood $3.75 value in white reduced to per pair *    -    -    $2.65  The Bon Femme in ecru and plain white worth $7.00 each reduced to, each $4.75  _  L.  COX-GREER  Dry Goods Company. _  •■JI  I  BANK DF DWL ROBBED OE THREE THOUSAND DOLLARS  THANKSGIVING SERVICE  Near the bout af eleven Hairs j preached a characteristically! day forenoon, at the Cumberland 'strong edifying sermon, embed- * Crosby torian Church, the union I lilied by striking illustrations, Thanksgiving service begun parson a) reminiscences and eni ! riu* building early was Crowded gram-    j  almost to the point of discern- Sevora fort. Right holt* will Im insert ed tin* parenthetic * suggestion. I the pt , that union meet ngs  !  * held in the j thank t largest auditori im obtainable i polite;  Rev. Martin )fticiatrd a- mas w**re  a—rf  lf you can use anything in this line it will pay you to come in and see these values. These prices are jtood from November 27 to December 2.  Scott-Hoard Co  rd  classes of blessings  -    .    •    *    w    >    '    -WW    I    I#  were enumerated, for ail of which 11 , 'tin* peoi Ie should be profoundly ij  a—QI  litter daylight this tnorn?r the fact known Tho safe utter wreck as isuiso tin  Th Ar t VV A v ,  was i  is  roil'  »Wi  I  ©Pl total Ll tao Swail*; New .  Owl, I. T., Nov. do. At two o’clock Thursday morning rob ber 4 * effected an entrance through the rear door of the Hank oi Owl ^ fu ‘ budding of this place and succeeded in. charges of explosives blowing open the safe, thereby havoc- wit! the utenor aecuring some $3 OQOjio.    *U    inj    structure and    another *,  currency.    wired for and    business  Two charges ol nitroglycerine ! rOHIi med Friday morning, were used, tin* first blowing od H is not known how r a the outer door while the second jimplicated in th admitted the thieves to the *‘a*h hut it is thought po>sii vault itself.    |    did the job, as a ha rd war  The money taken wa** mostly | was broken into and uv. that received from the two day- vers taken  aale of town lots held here Tues    I    Bloodhounu.s    „r<. no\    rn.    tile  dny and Wednesday.    ground iron    Wapanucka    and  Not H cent of silver was taken i every effort as being made to apium were tile postoffice funds,; piehend the robbers which were kept in the safe mo* I The bank in carrying $4,CMK) OO j letted.    I    burglary    insurance and $ tberv  Parties living near the bank - fore amply protected heard two alight rumbling sounds during tile early morning, hut  ter of ce re mon es was opt ned with *" the Doxology by fin followed by, an impi tion by Rev Jo 1  '  1  Next was the -on * °    ' '•*‘ j followed by pray  >    was I \ steel. Afte   s     be *•( o ion at ion” Dr  J cd to deliver  N 1 ,  * 1  j sermon. Ti.* *ct ob, rv, 11 Thessalonians, H.  >  two  I thing give thank-, '  YI  Personal, social and blessings these three ntuated.  • sen ice j In closing, the speaker quoted inging of I President Roosevelt, attributing I jp  HI  I  ■mum cl *siv a' invoca \. William-.  \inerie i.’ * : i v Dr s singing of eel proceed hanksgiving •boson was I ii every kin* doctor  ♦  i r* siuviiv uuo't vt!I, a11 nUU11iig j  our national greatness to the high ii ‘ st liidar >f tin* average citizen. =sbO*j  PAUL W. ALLEN,  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.  Horses Boarded by Day Or Week, atisfaction Guaranteed.    Best of Servos  Allen Livery Barn  South Townsend Ave..  w T  i non     +    J      *          1+  f    c  [     st ire I  revoi-!  His hearer* wore *xhorted to bring toe* personal lives up to tiii* higii* st stlank  Hetor* tile clos** of tile service Key. Rippey was called to take a collection to supplement the fund for allev at ng tho winter suffer ing* *»f th** poor A neat little -urn was subscribed.  BIG BATTLE BETWEEN THE TROOPS AND MUTINEERS  C. J. WARREN <& CO.. |  Jewelers ^ Opticians  Al:  C. J. WARREN ca CO.  OHI  Miss Maude Teen*  ,    ....    .    .    ..    I    Ardmore’« school teacher.-, is vi*  not until the avoidant canner ar-!  itinjr  heritor. Mrs- Umps \\ hun  rived to open th** building shortie  on west 13th street  STATEHOOD THE TOPIC AT WHITE HOOSE LUNCHEON  Washington, Nov. 30.—Huns Frantz of Oklahoma and his brother, Orville, who is a stu dent at Harvard, took luncheon with the President Wednesday. {Senator lioveridge wa- also a guest. The prospect of joint statehood was discussed and it is reported that both the I'resident and Senator Beveridge expressed the opinion that the bill admitting the two territories would pass without much delay.  Senator Beveridge is irrevoea-T bly committed to the policy of combining the New Mexico and Arizona proposition with that of  Si iVOT'burg jv i-topol was yesterday of a desperate LaM.le mutinous sailors ,,mi in the forts or her the battle the • . -were bombarded by tim cruiser * Itch Toil, a burning wrecl Point, it- hull 11id and its Haunting red revolution haulc» now Many of the crew «  »r  Se\ i akoff wer -scenej At • n th*  Hoop*  the  During and forts <* guns of which lies Admiralty | i . Ii shells J unde • •••sign of I leu lr.  | howe I he Otch- I the corn 1 .  filed oi wounded. lo one report th* barrace *• the tnutineeis ua-i  carried by storm after tin* mutinl  ...    I  oil' fleet win* ii is said to have  numbered ;*mi vessels, had stir*  !   I  rendered ll*I th** whole position! now ii t i** hands of the troops die ci> rn rn aud of (leu. Nep-The Associated Press, J |however, unable to guarantee ss of this report.  CHITWOOD  J  THE TAILOR. POR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING, 125 West Main St.  * ^+++++++++4 +++4+++++^-++^    +  I  : Fancy jZ? &  Oklahoma and India** Ten itor.v, but he is understood I*. \w of the opinion that neither proposition will jeopardize the prospects of the other. The likelihood is that the Hamilton bill will bt introduced into the House without I any substantial change This means that it will go to the Son ate without any clause relating to prohibition and that that, question will again have to be fought in the upper laxly  lf you want good old time meal take your corn to the Ada wagon yard and get it ground. 80t 200 G. B. Dismukes,  CuAL!  Now is th** season to place your ordo We handle th** Sooth McAlester, Ibm Coalgate, Fancy Lump Coal and can ti ders on shortest notice. Order* t*> bo same day must In* received bv 4 o'*  or co a; 111 an •our or I ive ret  Iv IX Ill  +  +  +  ¥  ♦  +  •J.  * *  CRYSTAL ICE and COAL CO. I  Phonw Nevi 121 *+*H+++++++++ , ! , +^I ~M 11 t | .J. ]■*  WRECKED NEAD RANDOLPH  The southbound Frisco Meteor, passing through Ada at 9 o’clock a. rn., was wrecked Thursday morning a few miles south of Randolph. Just how serious the wreck is we are unable to learn, but enough is known to say that three coaches are in the ditch and the northbound meteor was de  toured by way of South McAles-and Holdenville.  Shortly after noon an emergency train was sent out of Francis to the scene of the wreck and laborers were picked up at this point and along the line.  Details are unobtainable.  The Ada National Bank.  INO. L. BARRINGER.' Vicf President ORVILLE SNEAD. Asst Cash.tr  .......$50,000.00  .......20,200.    be  rOiVl HOPE, President?  FRANK JONES Cashier  Capital Stock, -    -    -  Undivided Profit**, -  Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Govern meet on T own Tx>ts.  ADA, CHICKASAW NAXION.f IN I). TEK   

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