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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 2, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 WEATHER FORECAST:  Tomorrow Haiti md ('older.  VOLUME 2  THE EVENING NEWS.  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY. SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 2, 1905  TEMPERATURE TODAY:  At 3 p. iii . 73 degrees.  NUMBER 220  fide on  Wm chickasaw teachers  Big line of $1.50 Cluett dress shirts, winter styles, will close  I  ■  FINISH LABORS AT ROFF  out in the next few days at •  rn/  J your choice only  iii' was a success.  H Ie of Boff are given “st. prai>e by the teach-heir hospitable enter*  ay evening un informal was given in Hie Odd lh. The evening was  Arrow Brand collars, any style, each  The News is indebted to Supt, itll© rn. *  Hendrix for the report of the i The ?  •    I  teachers' meeting at Roff given i the huh below. It is suspected that our era ft* superintendent i> iou modest and th nm* ii silent therein touching the parts | Th ars* taken in the meeting by Ada edu- receptor ca tors.    |    Fellows    h  The teachers returned from j pleasantly    spent in speech mak-1  Roff this morning and reporta ing and banqueting. large attendance at the Thanks The \ rogram as published was giving meeting of the Association carried out Friday. Many strong, about one hundred teachers at* papers were read and lively dis*  i    .    I  I tending. The weather god did cussions ollowed.    •  I his worst for the two days’meet j Dr Steel lectured to alarge ling and kept away a large num- jaudience Friday evening from ber Also the wreck of the south I the subject “Home Life in I bound Frisco Thursday morning Dixie  ; blocked the way from Ardmore Th* anociation .wijourned to land other points -oath. Not* meet ..t \rdmore on Washing* withstanding ail the hindrances tou’s b r th    day.  NOW IS THE TIME TO  Get That Overcoat  You’ve been thinking of Buying  IOC  NO SERIOUS RESULTS  We have them for boy and man and at prices that will permit of your wearing a better coat than you had thought of buying  FROM WRECK AT RAVIA  COX-GREER  Dry Goods Company.  ai  rn  Si  HITCHCOCK DISFAVORS SOME TRIBAL DEMANDS  Ravia, I. T., Dei day ibout 10:30 a s bound Meteor ran about two miles * place in a small cut five cars and the tunatdy the <!nrs it• the embankment at ti kept them upright any loss of life or v injury. The engine jt mu kept the rr.v **** rear Pullman.  Only a few in iii*  :    Thurs  the south rf the track >’i 11. )! this nd wrecked ten ier. For-over against side and rewriting * serious od «'0*e i id the  air  (  wert w funded. The injured are Mrs. A M Hoi k of Thayer, Mo., bruised ir head above left «*ar, on ar*. and both hand*; Mrs.  Cassit Morgan of Tort Wor th, throw* jr. hide across the sent, flesh wound, no bones broken; Mrs. ’ la Robinson of El Paso, Texa*, thrown across arm of .seat. slightly bruised in stomai Mil.a* Burton, Deputy United .State* Marshal, Mill srjslight; biui-'don forehead.  Boys' Range in Price From Men's Range in Price From  $2,110 to $8.00 $5 lo $17.50  Scott-Hoard Co  £ir  Mi  Creek,  tribe- want .r. the v tion is being drawn with -Stance o r  Re presen tat F of Kansas. It w11! I> *  iegi'  the  Cai  ably  Washington, Dee. 2. The Cherokee delegation which came to Washington to suggest legislative measures for the closing of  their tribal affairs have presented ready next week. Of ** mm all their propositions, and now j Secretary *■ approvals* not ndF-the committee named by Seere- pensable *o its pas**agt st t i-tary Hitchcock is hearing the j nevei thelo.ssto>i rabic Creek delegation It    is not re-    Railroad    Waqnate*  >» gardeti as likely that    the Secre-    ,J #     F. Sharp,    president    o tae  tory will recommend all the construction department of ine measures that these tribes have Oklahoma Central Balli ad and  asked for. He is understood to \'J    J*™'*    »    “     vd »,  ,    .    . . ,    He    will await    here the arrival  be opposed to keeping    the chiels    ^ un day of the    president    of the  in any official relation to the !  road, Dorset Carter, sud Chicago I tribes, and to be of the opinion capitalists, nrincipa wners of the service which it is pro-1 4 ^ u> r oad.  THE RECOUNT GIVES SOME ENCOURAGEMENT TO HEARST  ll  O  ll  +  4*  I rs.  PAUL W. ALLEN,  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.  n  OI  ‘CK.  W(  Jest of  i>  *er v  Horses IXoarded by Daj Satisfaction Hun ran teed.  Allen Livery Barn  South Townsend Avo,.    Rhone  4*  41  4S  aal  C. J.  HHHBHB£S45C!X  WARREN  tty are no evil * ar doc-; then  t before I distriel  R. icount gain I on Ojo  an  that  po^ed to have them perform can i better lie done by Tams Bixby of  the Dawes Commission. It is generally believed, too, that the desire of the Chickasaws and Cherokees to dispose of their  mineral lands without the super* j Nation sponsor to Un* vision of the (Government will notj Reunion la-1 summer  be approved.    l    Le Master was  Miss  Guests  Hoy \lvi*  Brooks, two popular young ladle* of Aldan the guests of Mi-s Ess.e the home of Mrs. VV  Miss so doty  re ar *  Belie at  Kf. I I i it.  gins. Miss Alvis was  7hickft w aw  Louisville  New York, a *  * cunt of the \or - w tior districts lu**t rnj J u st ice A mend.    A  He&rst made a suc. i over Mayor McClellai teen .otes. Still mo. to the Hearst c.us*  ! lots were found ii {which would he dc cl ai cause of irapropi ti it kb gs ac cording to the rulii .*» that have been made by Judge ti loge lr tai*' district Jim * ft.\-one ballet- for McClellan * - found to 1>* so marked th sorted by the, He;  A bill embodying what the  the city today  would hesitate to throws t In tho box of one >p nod litnight the re* jt co i with the one made • .on night. hut it was in >f seven-. that district that the improperly | important marked ballots were discover* d.!  an\ bal'f in many instances crosses were' im bove- : made double and other irregulars i i void h»*-1 ties appe ired*  Carr Indorsed  Milburn, I. T , Dec. ‘J. Hon.  icl >' IH. M Carr (ii Punta Valley was unanimously indorsed for Di>-triot Attorney of the Southern District by the Milburn Repub lieut I lub Thnrwdax night.  <a co.,  Jewelers ^ Opticians  IPHI*  In Lim ; ti I b  i> sr.  in  A * r .  C. J. WARREN ta CO.  CHITWOOD  J  THE TAILOR FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING. 125 West Main SI.  . as as* *riK‘V s  EXCOMMUNICATED FOR ATTENDING A WEDDING  EDITOR LEWIS INDICTED  +*W***H-!4*M444' 4-l»<f.4.4 iiir 4 « l  | Fancy os* fAAJ J Lump L/L* rilv*  Omaha, Dec. 2.—Right Rev. Bishop Scanned, of the Nebraska diocese of the Catholic Church, bas declared excommunicated all members of the Catholic Church  maids.  Congressman Kennedy lias a divorced wife living and for that reason the bishop issued last Sunday a pastoral forbidding all Catholics to participate in the  FOR POSTAL FRAUDS  who participated in the wedding  and ceremony. I he bi-moi* today  declared excommunicated all  of Congressman Kennedy Miss Pritchett Monday.  There were a number of pro* minent Catholics present, including Mrs. Rd ward Cudahy, wife of the packing house mag nato*  Miss Mae Hamilton, whose individual fortune is rat 3d at over a million, was one of the brides  men! hers of his church who attended the wedding.  Notice  •  The tax roll for 1905 im now ready and parties desiring to pay their taxes can do so by calling at my office.    20t 201  J. I. Warrens Recorder.  Louis, Dec ti.    Two indict-  men is were returue I cd ay by the federal grand im* against E G. Ijewis, president ' the FVo-pieis Bruted State? Bank and publisher of the Worn mw’ Magazine and Woman s Farm Journal.  One indictment    'barges a  scheme to defraud    in using the  mails to induce persons to subscribe for stock and deposit money in the hank.    The other  charges conspiracy to defraud th*' government out of large sums of money in postage on the two publications of the Lewis Publishing company. In the latter connection an indictment, was also returned against F. X. Cabot,  .secretary of the Lewis Publish-  I  ing company, and Win. E. Miller, I assistant secretary of the Pro J pies' United States Bank, w> o has been closely identified with! Lewis.  Presbyterian Church.  Sunday morning at 11 o’clock I Dr. 8. A. Steel will preach. At! 7.30 r>. rn. the pastor will preach a sermon to young men on Sam son, and would be glad to see a large number present. Text; “And it came to pass afterward, that he loved a woman in the Valley of Sorek, whose name was Delilah.’ Jud. Iff; 4. Sunday school at 9:45. The public is cordially invited to all these services  Now is the season to place yourord*r«* i >r coil. We handle the South McAlester, Henryetta and Coalgate, Fancy Lump Coal and can till your or dors on shortest notice. Order* to b<* delivered annie day mu4 be received bv I o’clock p rn.  CRYSTAL ICE and COAL CO. t  Phonf* No: 122    |  ♦    I    I    I    I    ♦    ♦    ++++++++■!»».+.|i | f 4  File Ada National Bank.  TOW HOPE, President?  FRANK JOMES Cashier  INO. I- BARRINGER. Vice President ORVILLE SNEAD. A*s» Cashier  .......$50, IHM). (K»   20.200.00  Capital Stock, - - -    ......  Undivided Profits. * - - -  Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Government on Town * -ots.  ADA, CHICKASAW NATION,BIND. TKR.   

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