Ada Evening News, December 7, 1905

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 7, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma 4 WEATHER FORECAST: Tomorrow Fair md warmer THE EVENING NEWS. DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY TEIPEUTIIIE TODAY: At 8 p. is, . 56 degree*. VOLUME 2ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7, 1905 NUMBER 224 Big line of $1.50 Cluett dress shirts, winter styles, will close I out in the next few days at your choice only 75 c Arrow each Brand collars, any style. lOc Lr. COX-GREER Dry Goods Company ■I lit Si EXTENSIVE TELEPHONE IMPROVEMENTS IN PROGRESS Manager Dunn has nome sweep* I its apartments will he much ing improvement* in progress more spacious and commodious, for the local telephone system. | Another advantage, the new of lie has a force of eighteen men J fie© will be directly in line with at work this week. They are the wires. principally engaged in extending! When all of these changes shall the cables. Mr. Dunn intends I have been completed it is expect to do away with separate ex* ed that Ada will have one of the posed wires altogether, sub-titu best equipped exchanges in the ting cables throughout the city country. Even after leaving the cable each lo illustrate how hard the em j wire will be insulated. The force ployed are workbag, a** well as j is at present engaged in extend- the danger ol the labor. They I ing the cable to the end o\ Broad-1 are digging now just outside the j way.    writer's fence a grave for a Within a month the company * “dead man. And this is not will move its central office across j the only one they expect to bury the street to th© Hoi ow building before the work is completed. SIU COMPLETED FOR " CLOSING TRIBAL AFFAIRS W ashington. Dec 7 After u jai of restrictions ui>oti ail Indian conference yesterday with Sec re land* except homestead. The tary Hitchcock, licpresentative j total arca affected by the bill is Curtis chairman of the subcommittee in charge of Indian Territory legislation, completed the bill tor tile winding ap of the af* 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 thought of buy ing STATEHOOD SITUATION REMAINS ENCOURAGING ! fairs of the Five O* disced Tribes. It*- most important provision* re-I late to the cloning of the rolls; tho issuance of patents to ail ailotces; | ■Hale* of all the ^egr    <*od and asphalt lands in Hie Choctaw and Chickasaw, tic* payment to the indian* of the funds to their credit in the treasury md the! sale of land* reserved for school j Washington. Dec. 7.—A canvass of the Senate in regard to statehood bill indicates, says Senator Beveridge, chapman of the committee on Territories, that a bill be passed this session with a good majority. He thinks the measure will be in the same form a> leported last session, which provided for the admission of Oklahoma and Indian Territory a Suite and New Mexico and \rizoim as a State. The bill containing these pro vision* has already been introduced by Representative Ham ilton of Michigan, chairman of the Hou^e Committee on Territories. Senator Beveridge baa not determined whether he will offer an indentical bill or whether he will wait for the bill to come over from the House. A joint statehood idea from Florida found expansion Wednesday by the introduction of a bill by Representative Clark. Mr. Clark formerly lived iii Oklahoma. but returned to Florida and was elected to Congress* within a .veal after that time. The most notieable feature of the bill is that it make* prohibition a condition of statehood. Tile bill will remain in the committee purpose* The bill will aK> sedative provision onbun a eon or the remov about twenty million acre*. Creek Babies Enrolled. Muskogee, I. T, D**<* 7. The Dawes commission ha* received from the department of interior roll card* admitting 140H Creek babies to the roll*. I here were 2,500 bible* recommended as entitled to en roll men t by the Dawes commission and most of these will be approved. Reduction in Insurance Rates. Muskogee and South McAlester will get a 25 per cent reduction in tire insurance rates, effective January I, 1906. Boys’ Range in Price From Men’s Range in Price From $2.00 to $8.00 $5 to $17.50 Scott-Hoard Co THE STATEHOOD SPECIAL DEPARTS FOR WASHINGTON tu * * PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. Horses Tk>ard(-d bv*Day or Week. Satisfaction Guaranteed.    Best    of    Service. Allen Livery Barn South Town*end Ave.,    Phone    64. TI * rn * aoeCa Mrs. P. C. Sea tea died Wed nesd&y night at her father'*. J. Q. Wallace, four and one half miles west of Ada. Mr. Scales! and wife came herff about three) weeks’ ago from Eastern Texas on a visit and shortly after their arrival Mrs. Seale* was taken with a severe pain in her foot, which kept getting worse and the j wj10    th< pain went from her foot to her whole body and pneumonia set in which caused her death. Mrs. Scates leaves a husband and one child to mourn lier death. Oklahoma Oily >e<    7    The statehood special left this city last. evening for Washington over the badges and Frisco with 150 delegate* who J will display the interests id statehood. The delegates were laden with button* which they »cfore the congress- secured their tickets at this point. I men. The badges tell of the It i* anticipated there will be fully | great resource* of the two terri-300 delegate.* on the train upon I tories, miles of railroads, etc., arrival at St Louis The men while on the buttons appear two hearts and a beet,with tile word-; “Two Heart' Beat. ” Which Beat a Single delegation rep resent al) of the business interest* of the two territories and will make the most enthusiastic body! when you want coal phone No. ever sent to th' national capitol it* *>46, Ada Coal Co.    2*24    tf RUSSIAN GENERAL IS KILLED BY ASSASSIN INSURANCE OFFICERS C. J. WARREN CO.. Jewelers * Opticians Eyes teated fr»»i' by an ' clan. Hest quality ground Ion in Aln junco francs 91.00. Sold filled 52..*>o Solidi* In iMvst 'HK C. J. WARREN ta CO. CHITWOOD J THE TAILOR. FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING. 125 West Main St. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦WO* f •• •• •■Fancy JZT London, Dec. 7 - The St. Petersburg correspondent of the Duly Telegraph, in a dispatch dated Dec. 5, sent by way of Eydtkuhnen, says: Lieut. Gen. Sakharoff, former minister of war, was assassinated today. The government had deputed Gen. Sakharoff to visit the province of SaratoiF for the purpose of quelling the agrarian riots there. A woman belonging to the so called “flying column” of the revolutionaiy movement called at the house of the governor at Sar-atoff at noon today and asked to see Gen. Sakharoff. She tired three idiots at the general, hilling turers. him on the spot. The event ha* created apio-found impression in St. Peter* burg, owing to fears that the revolutionists here Yvill follow the example thus set. The specter of military dictator ship, which has been looming on the horizon, is slowly gaining consistency and sharpness of out line. For Home Industry. The Muskogee city council demand* local support for local institutions and will specify in the future that where public building contracts are to be let the material, such as brick, etc., must be bought of the local manufae CONTINUE TO VACATE I New York. Dec. 7. I he renig* nation of United Stites Senator Chauncey M. De new a* director of the Equitable Lift Insurance Society wa* on<> of the most interesting developments yesterday in the situate >n >*r nving out of the life insurance investigation. The Evening Nun yesterday said that President John A McCall and Vice President ii. W. Perkins of the New York Life Insurance Company are coing to retire from office in that company. Mr. Perkins’ retirement, the Sun says. will probably take place soon and Mr. VIeCall’s before the next annual election of trustees in April. The Robbery at Dougherty. Later advices bom Dougherty indicate that it wa* not the bank that was robbed, as was stated in the New*, but that it was the store of Jones A New. Between $600 and $700 was secured. I )t!i cers are still at work in the Effort to apprehend the robbers. Joe Hushing, one of the News* staunchest friend*, made us a call this morning and advanced his subscription on our books. Parties knowing them selves to'be indebted to Woodard llwYi Co., will please call and settle at untie. We need the money. 223 4t Lump COAL! Now is the season to place your order*- for coal We handle the South McAlester, Henrietta aud Coalgate, Fancy Lump Coal and can till your or •lei s on shortest notice. Orders to be delivered same day must Ire received by 4 o’clock p. rn. CRYSTAL ICE and COAL CO. ii Phono* No: 122 4* * I 'N o o it if if o o mm Miss Springgate. Don’t fail to hear her at opera house next Tuesday night. 224 St The Ada National Bank. rom HOPE, Prasident? FRANK JONES Cashier Capital Stock, - - -Undivided Profits. - - INO. I. BARRINGER; Viet President. ORVILLE SNEAD. Asst Cashier .......$60,990. OC  20,200.0* \ Blanks Furnished * and Remittances Made to the Govern ment on Town T x>ts. ADA, CHICKASAW NATI ON Ti NP. TEK ;

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