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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 6, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 <  (  4b *  WEATHER  FORREST:  Tomorrow Fair urn wa  rmer.  VOLUME 2  THE EVENING NETO.  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY   w _  fi  .    ...... ,,    ,    -    „    ,,    -i—.....-............-*    -*-*•-*♦**“*    "    ’    '    '“'**"1-'    -    ‘.....   *     .... ......—    *  1     '...... ******    —        -    —-     —-■    ■......-    .........  ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY. WEDNESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 6, 1905  TEHFERATVRE TODAY:  At 3 p. if. , 52 degree*.  NUMBER 223  STATEHOOD PROSPECTS TRE RRICHTEST EVER  Big line of $1.50 Cluett dress shirts, winter styles, will close out in the next few days at your choice only  0. Repro 4 **I iApicial districts, while Mr. Me | of Michigan Loire’s hill proposed three.  iotrodnoed a joint The joint statehood WIL in the,  j only i insure of any con^jlienee • that can be made ready far the I Senate by the time it will gel  Washington, Dec lenitive Hamilton I yesterday  i  statehood bill providing I admission of Oklahoma and  75 c  dian Territory to the Union as j down to business, and for that the State of Oklahoma, and the j reason it is altogether likely that !admission of New Mexico and it • he among the first, if not Arizona as Arizona Poly gam* ** i y ous or plural marriages are for ever prohibited'’ in both of the  ?  proposed States and the prohib* fat* 1 ' very bright.   ;  ition amendment •ortthe Senate J for the new stut£ o| Oklahoma its cut out. A* it now stands | the bill prohibits tho sale of liqu or to Indians in both of the pro  first measure consider i in that body. The prospect  for statehood legislation is there*  be an be a  bittor tight against the joining of of New Mexico and Arizona, notwithstanding the President s recommendation that this course be  ItV will  omnibus bi!! and the® will  Arrow Brand collars, any style, each  I posed States, but places no filth-itaken. It is likely that this op J er restriction upon the liquor} Position will somewhat delay  * traffic.  ♦ It differs from the McG ain bill in that it calls for five rep  NOW IS THE TIME TO  Get That Overcoat  You’ve been thinking of Buying  We have them for boy and man and at prices that will permit of your wearing a better coat than you had thoughtofbuymg  COX-GREER  Dry Goods Company.  Ii  Ii  ll: Si  J resent&tives, whereas the McGuire bill provides for seven. It also creates only two Federal  statehood for Indian Territory and Oklahoma, but it is believed the friends of the proposition are so strong that they can dissociate the two propositions whenever they feel ready.  INDICTMENTS DISMISSED AND PARDES EXONERATED  I  COTTON REPORDNC MAY  BE REVOIR!IONIZED  Washington, Dec. I. The At | Hitchcock mut not protested  ,,    j    , j.  1  atia'nst a dismi^al. The Deput-  torney General bar ordered a dis    .    .  ,    .    „    .    moot of Justice made an invests  j missal of the .ndictments against     of     ^     maUer     - B October   I Mansfield, McMurray And tor  Anc j ca'ne to the conclusion that nish, Gov. Johnston of the Chica there was no evidence on which saw Nation aud ex-Gov. Motley,    a conviction could be hoped for.  i wherein they wore 'barged with    but. whop Secretary Hitchcock  conspiracy to embe Ie funds of    protested against dismissal the  the tribe. It has been known for    President suggested another info! some time that this action    vest! gat ion be made. I hi- was  practical I  wou |^ \ H > take!.. Indeed, what    i concluded more than a week ago.  method, but Mr Livingston     10  j  w&s  done today would have been    I The order oi dismissal fully  «done a month ago I Secretary i exonerates the parties involved.  believed thi^. the thor*  Boys Range in Price From Men s Range in Price From  to  $5 to $17.50  Scott-Hoard Co  is himself a large cotton gro’ believes that under a system of jfrtid reporters Hie wor?; would not only be greatly simplified,  would bo more  Wa,-hmgt<»n. Dec. fi. All cir t a ms tune es connected with the issua ice of Monday s cotton crop report in the opinion of members of Congress makes it practically ine>i table that crop reportings as conducted by the but that result Agricultural De par linen t be re* J satisfactory-Volo lionized. An entire change j    Judge    UeoLny    Dead  will be brought about if the recommendations made to Secretary Wilson by Representative La' ingston of Georgia are adopted.  He believes the work of gather ing statistics should be placed  upon a pay basis. Under the k .received the sad intelligence that j  present system the information [' ae died at 2 o’clock Monday    ashore    Mend;  received by the department I uiorning. Miss De Liny* many j Harl>or, Magdalen  comes almost entirely from vol ’Mend" "* Ad*deeply 'm,.albite  with her in her bereavement,: wispdw n lu LlliU ' asteer reporters, many thous > mado djub)y 8ad by h( r failur J,. eitfi<1  hen* fain  ands of men scattered through*  {t 4> reach her fat her V bedrid* be* J Cion- near ti.*.  rn  %  l=sO:  PAUL W. ALLEN.  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.  Horses Hoarded by Day or W^ek. Satisfaction Guaranteed.    Hest    of    Service.  Allen Livery Barn  South Townsend Ave,.    Phone    t>4,    .....  I.    -    ...    ■»    i    j        —    .....MHHMI—HBHWHl .■"■■—"-'n*.—, —| mm. ...... i.... .... .i—  0“=j  rr  rn  rn  I  I  , Last Monday Mis* Mary iElias .DeLany, who was visiting rela j  ? ives in the city we- hastily sum- j noned home by a telegram announcing the critical illness of I Halifax, N. S.. /.cr father. Since ber departure| yen lives were lost  ELEVEN LIVES ARE LOST IN WRECK OF STEAMER  f'’elatives here, the Kings, have  O’ the steamer Gun*  ti.— Klein {iii* wreck rtf*! g, which x off Amherst  member of tin* Canadian Parliament and *» member o f  the firm which own* the vessel.  I'he Lunen berg had been rnn-  • •  C. J. WARREN (Et CO  Jeweler* ^ Opticians  •I fre, he  '.Ti-,ag Hest quality ^imn :u Alututnoo frame** ti.lie. i.otB titled, SS.5# Solid < J*  In to***?  C. J. WARREN <a CO.  nd.-.  ' nim  atween Picfou rind  ! Magdalen Island- since  the  hist  warn  a- re  out the cotton twit sending in in fore death, formation and estimate*. For Judge DeLany mer Chief Statistician John H\d  POPULATION (ENH  . Cove near  11 wrec k, by Le-1 it. v&h an honored    _    .  citisen of Tuscumbia, Ala,, being  owli(if  '‘ ° judge of the district eor.rt-    ! steamer I tad a cr    -------- ---- land probably carri  singers, including  ipnng t ; jn Meat I terday, i*.ene of the bv biin Hart & Co., I though namer. I'he J out of f of se yen teen ! inak d Severn) pas-1 rocks Mr I<eslie. a i shore  1   During a high gale yes-which was accompanied ling snow Hurries, it is I j i* the -teamer went lier course in trying to h-bor and tan upon the Lit lie -om< distance off i Ibis vicinity  CHITWOOD  J  THE TAILOR. FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHINS, 125 West Main St.  I: Fancy ^  IN FEARFUL SUSPENSE  ANOTHER BANK RUBBERY  St Petersburg, I^c. 4 (YJ< n . the troop*  day evening), via K\dtkuha.^ Dee. fi.—Although there ap|^ arft  to be no foundation for th p re  vailing fear ti at an outb ^ ' m  imminent, t!ie populating ,.  t ntinmen in great suspense i ^ ar . rieon now ha'* been x^i n fi.r< >d t»y forty-two b» it h lion j  0 f j n ( f nt r\\ fifteen squadrons *,f  CltM(t and  twelve machine gr n  batterie-s.  The governmer t| lt rP| , , rto d narrowly frustrated  a p \ oi W | iere  by a thousand trined men had arranged to raij  t ,h e ft taie ireas-ary. One of tj e  conspirators, it  is said, betT„y P d bm fellows, whereu|>on the lead r, knowing  V. itll gf CL  iller  ADDED TO CRIME RECORD :  ne  V? f  abandoned it.  The eVW'Ti' ion el the telegraphers to system is complete and th*^ pa ral\-iH of business i m* ’.sing the danger of a final »  Big Decrease in Insurance* Kite*  Property owners rn Ade will be pleased to learn that on Dee. I there went into effect a new fire insurance rate for this city. The tariff rate is now 25 per cent less than that heretofore prevailing.  This is good news, and >t is just, for the former insurance rates were ut*justly high,  Lot the News’ ‘'want'’ do  their attack j^uld be repulsed by >’o ,,r work   of I Th* 4  latest additu m lo the cub postal endar of crimes in this part of the territory is a bank robbery at Dougherty, on the Santa Fe about ten miles south * f Sulphur.  T’he bank at that place was wrecked Tuesday night find about $?5b dollars taken, mo it is re ported, 'rile intelligence was first received at the H. S. marshals office, which was request ed to send thither the blood boun is at once Trainer Smith left with the dugs un the Frisco to Mill Creek; thence lie will travel over land to the scene of the crime. The marshal’s force  evidently .keep busy these days.  Officer deputy Brents is over in Arkansas after the negro who helped burglarize Heed *& Harrison store. Other deputies are away today on various missions. so that for a great portion of the day the office was without an officer.  Licenses Issued.  The following marriage licenses were issued  J. S. Mahn aged 42, and Mrs. Mary Lacy aged 33, both of Be* bee. S. C. Pritchett, aged 24, and D. A. Wilson, aged 22, both of Ada.  jZ?  Lump COAL!  Now is the reason to place your orders for coal We bandit* th* 4  South McAlester, Henryetta an I Goalgate, Fancy Lump Coal and can fill your orders on shortest notice. Orders lobe delivered same day must bo rereived by 4 o’clock p. rn.  CRYSTAL ICE and COAL CO.  PH on* No: 123  ♦ Itll    mill    »♦♦♦»    sn+»+»,»4 »*M I  The Ada National Bank.  TON HOPE, President?  FRANK JONES Cashier  JNO. L. BARRINGER, Vie* President ORVILLE SNEAD. Asst Cashier  - - - - - - - $50,000. IR .......90,200.01  Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Govern meet on Town  l x>ts.  I  Capital Stock, -    -  Undivided Profits.  ADA, CHICKASAW NAT1()N\?1ND. TEK   

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