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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 5, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma _JL T * I * • W „ ¥ j v*7» J I*- ■NI .jar .i»w» &*»f#. - w^ife rn * > J > WEATHER FORECAST: Tomorrow Fair lint * armor VOLUME 2 THE EVENING NEWS. DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY, TUESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 5, 1905 £ V n AY: TEMPERATURE TO At 8 p. in , 51 defc >g NUMBER k *50c on the IWO 1 Big; line of $1.50 Cluett dress shirts, winter styles, will close out in the next few days at rn-' your choice only I I I ■ COMMENDABLE MEASURES FOR CIVIC IMPROVEMENT At the retie-ar ieini-monthly i tee i meeting: of the council on Monday in t I night the city father* got aggro I give for the betterment of our civic conditions. After caret n\ « let with Mr. J. VV. Hays inspection and preparation • for the improvement. They will have th ' city engineer to prepare! plans and specifications for the bridge necessary at the railroad ation into I crossing. 75 c the legality i >urh a measure, * The council passed a resolution the council was satisfied and pro* instr ucting the city attorney to oeeded last nmht to pass a side- institute proceedings necessary walk ordinance. It requires to g**r Ada incorporated as a city good, substantial sidewalks to be j of the second class. This matter built by all property owners on 5 wil' be taken up in the lh S. Main street, on Broadway and I court promptly. It is peculiar Townsend avenues and on Stock- that this has not long since been ton from Main t< ter January I nth failed to comply Seventh. Af-. c ny one having ith the provis* attended to, considering that onl> 2,50 population is required Ada’s present status is the mor- Arrow Brand collars, any style, each IOC til COX-GREER Dry Goods Company. ■i: Si ! ion" of tlie ordinance will be sub* | ti Tying one of a mere incorporat- ■ ject. upon conviction in the ma*led t >wn. The promotion to the yor’s court, to ne of $25 for rank of a legal city will authorize I each day s o'Tense And the ma a division into wards with ten I jot is determined upon a vigor- councilmen instead of five; will oils enforcement of the law. ! remove all doubts concerning the ! Measuies wen* aho taken look-! legality of a sidewalk measure, ing to the opening of West Main and will generally enlarge the it rec t. Aldermen Harrison and I municipal powers and preroga ■ Fowler were appointed a commit-1 tive*. i PRESIDENT S MESSAGE STRONG FOR STATEHOOD HUSSIAN SITUATION VET ONE OF EXTREME TENSION Tm* Berlin, Dec. 5 A dispatch to the Lokal A nudger from Kieff, tiled at Fodwoloce.yska at IO !5 a. rn. Monday, says: ‘‘Martial law was declared at Kietf ye-terdav. “The troops at K hark oil refuse to take the oath of fealty to the colors. “Great turbulence prevails at Kishinefi The precise character of the events there is not yet known, but the thirty artillery brigades are reported to have mutinied. The siusr of the mutiny of the Kiel! engineering corps is said to have been the death of several soldiers and one officer by the commander “A strike has again broken our on the railroad to Poltava, Mos tee cow and Kronezeh,” St Petersburg, Slug . , 3 p. rn , via Kydtkhumeu 5. -The city remains ooh c vt rome tension prevail" ed patrols of cavalry and in are in th* 1 street", espe, i the neighborhood of ta* graph offices. postal tie-up Count W it to is now on minced that the Emperor, by acceding to tho demand for universal sot!rage may still rind a common ground on which the Government and tile moderate^ and tile extreme elements can stand, ffthisfai's to stay the headlong march of events the proclamation of a ready marie Constitution might In* tried as a la*-t card. Then nothing would remain except tin* proclamation of *t dictatorship. PresidentV message to to tt.e four territories above inen*j congress read to that body at ll I Honed, and after careful confider] I o'clock this morning, treats of ation o: ill that ha* been develop-j ! statehood iii the following tan- ed in the discussions of the que**! gung** tion. recommend that they be** I recommend that Indian Ter*. immediately admitted as two ritory and Oklahoma bo admitted I State." There i" no justification as one state and tnat Now Mexico! for I irther delay mid the advis-ani Arizona h xdmiv.ed as one ability of making the four territo NOW IS THE TIME TO Get That Cm You’ve been thinking of Buy I 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 IO f * Boys' Range in Price From Men s Range in Price From to ( $5 to $1 > Scott-Hoard Cd* - -*n |=o r 4? 4* ♦ state. There is r Mitigation up- i* , to two state" hns beenl! on us to treat territorial subdi- 1 * a iv established. vis.on-, which at 11*tttr* of con- I p,* Majestic Manufacturing I l.. ri „** ut I venienee only. u binding us on Go . of St Louis, Mo will have —— rn- the question of tdniGsion to a man at the YVoodard Hdw, Co I ckeei ry statehood. Nothing ha** taken up ,! 1 ** v * week who ,vi!i show you . .1 „ how to bake biscuits' browntop .ii , more time in the t oi gross in the „ • . i and bottom in three minutes. e * past few years than tho question Don’t miss this chance of seeing The telegraph and , as to the statehood to be granted the great cooking wonder, fit 221 remains complete. I ________ a a—a-- HOUSE GILI NUMBER ONE IS FUR JOINT STATEHOOD PAUL W. ALLEN. Y " rn Livery, Feed and Sale Stab, °4 Horses Boarded by Pay or Week. Satisfaction Guaranteed. !>osf of Sa Allen Livery Barn South Townsend Ave*, Pivot - * 4- t OB C. J. WARREN ® C n Jewelers v* O ro jet* 1 i re* lid ♦ I ciao. n A In in void hi co. C. J. WARREN CONGRESS CONVENES IN FIFTY-NINTH SESSION Washington, De* i the House is a joint statehood foi tory and Oklahoti t> Hill No. I measure for Indian Torri-lt. was in- \V as bing ton, ll O., Dem < (ingress convened Monda. w itll the usual formalities. In the senate the new mein* hers were sworn iii ami the* usual routine, incident to the first da,\, was transited, lifter which an adjournment was taken oul of respect to the memory of tin* late Senator Hiatt of Conneticut. In the House greater interest was attached to the proceedings, because of the complete organization necessary. Early in the day the lobbies of the hotels were enlivened by vin itors, preparing to attend the .session and the crowds were all directed toward the capital. Although admission to the galler- treduced by Delegate McGuire and was given that distinction at the instance of tile Speaker. This act "ignifies how favorable the situation if tor statehood, so far as the House is concerned. It. does not follow however, that this is the measure on this subject that will br pa; | body, The Hamilton hill will be afd, this did not pre-! introduced agnin, and that is the ie> wa* b \ unit hundreds ut’ sightseer rom one which the committee ami the House are likely to favor. An effort will be made to send j this measure to the Senate within! two weeks, and ii given prefer-! enc*'in that body, it is birdy possible it may go to the Pres I idem before Christmas, lvepub-lican Sen itors will hold a caucus! tomorrow to outline a plan of ac tion before tie* holiday adjournment, and it is understood that Senator Beveridge will work lo i Ivy that have the Statehood bill given ai place on the list of things whiih the Senate will Set out to do he-1 fore that time CHITWOOD J THE ClSTHiNO, I25 West frOR UP-TO-DATE * Main St. Dc — -...... FOF?* lays rgains h__ A Fancy JZT Lump COAL wandering through the corridor*. English Premier Resign ;. London, Dei*. 5.- The political crisis in the United Kingdom reached aclimax Monday when Arthur J. Balfour, th** Premier, formally tenured the te.sigmi«nu, of himself and the member" of his Cabinet t«. King Edward, who accepted them. His Mn jest y has invited Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman to an interview to morrow morning, when he will offer him the mission of forming anew Cabinet. Sir Henry will accept the task and within a few days, even within a few hours, a new government will be formed. Now is the season to place your orders ;.»r coil We handle Hie South McAlester, Henryetta .md Coalgate, Fancy Lump Coal and cm fill your or dei son shortest notice. Orders to bo delivered same day must, he receive I by I oYlork p m THE GOVERNMENT CROP REPORT FOR THE WEEKI V- CRYSTAL ICE and COAL C**% Phone No: i22 f Washington, Dc*:. 4. The cotton crop bulletin issued today bv the Department of Agriculture estimates the total yield at 10,-167,818 bales of 500 pounds gross weight, not including linters. rim area picked is estimated at 26,117,153 acres, a reduction *»f 882,390 acres, or 3.3 per cent re duction from the acreage estimate as planted. T r was officially announced that ti e delay in the issuance of the re|>ort was caused by a wide divergence in reports of yield pup acre, which caused prolonged discussion. The tots I number of pounds produced in tin year 1905 6 will ammine to 4 860.217,358 not including linters. ills Ada National Bank, TOW HOPE, President: INO. L. BAHRlSfcErt, Oe* President FRANK JONES Cashier ORVILLE SNEAD. Avo < ««hi«r Capital Stock, - &yO,<HHGa Undivided Profits. - ... 2*»,20t .0* Blanks Furnished and Remittances IVJad* to the f-mer»t on Town 1 nts. ADA, CHICKASAW KATIC \
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