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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 8, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 _    ...    ,    Droo/»n*Q    Absolutely    Union    Pacific    Tea    Co.,    police  See Those Beautiful Presents Giveaway  v     ----  WEATHER FORECAST:  Tomorrow Fair md warmei.  THE EVENING NEWS.  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY ^  ADA . .ND.AN TEKKHOKY. FRIDAY EVENING. PECEMBEK8.M05  TEMPERATURE TODAY:  At $ p. rn ♦ a* decrees*.  NUMBER 225  V  I  I  •I  I  I  Big line of $150 Cluett dress j shirts, winter styles, will close | out in the next few days at • your choice only  „ -I {PRESIDENT MAKIS WISE $1.00  SELECTION OE JUDGES  Washington, Hee  .JudgesI been prompted by a desire to  soothe Speaker Cannon, as both ^ Judge Raymond and Judge La"’-. ranee were former constituents  of his.  Coal Land Convention Called.  South McAlester, I. T. Dec- *• \ A call has been sent out signed  Mayor of  Arrow Brand collars, any style each  Townsend and Clayton v\t ’ *  {appointed Ihursday 'or  1  _  Southern and Central Dot net' o 'Indian Territory, respectively.  Judge VV. Ii lawrence was ntitn-  ; ad to succeed Judge Raymond on i the bench of Hie Western is-  I trict, and I*. F i'arkor . r. was ^  g  3h apman , nominated to * u ceeo    j    y outh  McAlester, and directed to  | Lawrence in the North.    j    ^  Mayors ol - ait incorporated  I trict.    Townsend    I    towns    and    cities    in    tile    'egregaled  The terms of Judge I owns net  ( ^ ^ ^  #    tQ    bc h ld   and Judge Raymond     in l m     this city Dee. 16 at 3 p. rn. for  17, and that of Judge    lay ti n I     o{ ukin>! act ,on on  {January.    ;     the    linsl     disposition    of    the    segre-  | The only surprise in  ,l,e ^ “  ted  ,. oa i lands. lpointmentH was in the transtu o j-I Judge Lawrence to the M • stein ; District. It bas tong been known (that Judges Clayton and Town-  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 yon had thought of buying  I ------    .    j    States Senator John ll.  j send would be reappointed, and J.  Senator Mitchell III.  Portland,Ore., Dec. S.- -I nitcd  Mitchell  aid to bo in « serious condition  for more than two weeks it has J ^ ^ blood, following the been known that Judge Raymond ^ tra  , tion of a tooth  early Thurs* would not be reappointed. H day Mr  Mitchell's condition was thought that Judge  Parker  wa-  so serious that he wa*  re-  would get this place and theie  move( j  t( »  ti  hospital, excellent reason to belle?*' the  President did intend to arrange j Don't fail to hear Thompson at  .to „«»or I. this transfer of Judge lawrence to  COX-GREER  m   ___  _  ( Dry Goods Company. a IHE canal and campaign  - ii — —I■ IfWMIKM ji^ .     ...  r  r rhompsou at day night, Dec. | lecture, ‘‘The.  :;t 225  Boys* Ran?e in Price From    $2.00 lo $8.00  Mens Range in Price From    - $5 to $lii0  Scott-Hoard Co  [RIGHTFUL FATALITY IN  1  WYOMING TRAIN WRECK  Omaha, Neb., Hee. H.—-lea person* were killed and eleven train employe- and eight parson  gers were injured in a wreck of  Raymond Will Stay.  Muskogee, I. IV hkn Judge Raymond will remain thi* city. a* he announced  CORRUPTION DISCUSSED  Washington. D,c. tv An an Ttength I t wan couched in eh*r-propriation of $11,OOO,OOO waa acteri'tic language and attracted i voted yesterday toward the eon I considerable attention.  sanction of the Panama I anal .    Birthday    Anniversary.  The amount was a compromise j between the $16,500,1*00 eat i ied in the* bill under consideration  train employe* and eight pa-sen- j u( j Ke  Raymond will remain in ana ain  gets were injured in a wreck of  thi «  city , as he announced ironer *6.<»  the Overland Limited passenger  learn j nir  he had failed to he re- , Mr. ^  train No. 2 on the Union Pacific.  appo - m ted, and it is very proh leader,  five miles we.-t of Hock Springs  abje that w ,n practice law til the  Henbu  Wyo., early yesterday*    here  The limited wa- run into headon by a freight train ana both engines were demolished and the dynamo car. mail car and dining ear on the limited were burned. Several of the bodies of the des i were incinerated. The dead were all train employes who lived n the west.  and an estimate et something <>\ upon | er $6.o00,000 recommended by Williams, the Democratk to carry on tilt* work un-middle of January. Mr. Hepburn, in charge of the bill,  J suggested that something over $ll,000,00h would oarrv the work  until March.  Tile subject of campaign con tribution* by insurance coni pan ies occupied the major portion of minute*:    the time of the Senate yesterday.  “By a motion which wa.- cai i ^ came up in connection with ried the recorder was notified to 1   Will Clear the Streets.  in the News r  report of the city council’s proceeding* the following item was omitted due to the fact that the reporter at the time had not access to the official  U. S. Court at Duncan.  Duncan. I. T., Dec. S,- The United States Court in in session at Chickasha, with Hon. J* T. Dickerson, Judge, presiding. Yesterday was regular term of United States Commissioner’s Oour^r at this place.  j issue no more permits to parties selfing cold drinks or lunches in shacks, or other stationary en closures used for that purpose, and the city marshal or his de partment to see that the ones al ready used for such business lie removed.'*  When you want coal phone  Mr. Tillman's resolution calling for an investigation of National banks’ aid in politics and wa* exploited by the South Carolina  Today, Decembers, 1905, J* F* M ll arri- celebrated his Goth birthday anniversary by enter* taming a host of friend* at a sumptuous dinner prepared by his helpmate, Mrs. Harris. Something over forty persons were seated at their hospitable board and many expressions were heard  for many happy return* ot tie  day.    .    .  J. F. NI Harris was l»orn in  .Georgia in I SJO, and resided then with the exception of 24 year* seventeen in Texas four in Ark an aas and three in Ada. He is both a Mason and an Odd bellow and is an all round good citizen. Here's to a long life and bappi no-s.  PAUL W. ALLEN,  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.  Horses Hoarded by^Day or Week. Satisfaction Guaranteed.    '^es'     01    1     '     1     •  Allen Livery Barn  South Townsend-Ave*,    *    hone    64.  C. J. WARREN ta CO.,  Jewelers ^ Opticians  ,n expert op-  •inn. Best*quality gloam* lenses  frames SI.OO. In hest  in Alumni*  Gold rilled S'-’. 'O  Soli**    55.011.  C. I. WARREN <a CO.  Parties knowing tliem selves to be indebted to IV oodard Hw d i Co will please call and Nettle at  :      .    . i      ii.)*  Senator in a  .speech of some once  We need the money. 229 4t  THE TAILOR. FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING, 125 West Main St.  CAPTAIN FRANZ OPPOSES  PREMIER WITTE EAST  (ROWING POWERLESS  St. Petersburg, Wednesday I    Good    Men    Leaving  night, Dec. 6, via Eydtkubue^    ^    ^     8air   East Prussia, Dec. , rnoiic] q rftW f or d, among our farmers confidence in the* governments)^ bought of, have purchased _u.withlr th# growing j aP (\ near Konawa and are pit-  THE PROHIBITION CLAUSEl I  $ Fancy ^  Lump  ability to weather th# growing storm is waning fast* Premier Witte seems powerless to cope with the new elements of danger which the revolution is raising on ev©ry hand. New mutinies  paring to remove thither at once. We regret to chronicle the de pasture of such men, for they are community builders.  on ev©ry nano.    ~    Fine    Carving Set  among the troops are constantly j  A  blately free with one can of  */vi onrt th p. lawlessness in    baking    now  Washington, Dec. •*. Capt. Frank Franz, who was recently nominated by tho President to be Governor of Oklahoma Territory, yesterday issued a formal statement objecting to the inser-8am I tion in the measure providing statehood for < Jklahoma and In dtan Territory of * prohibition clau-e. He says th it a majority of the people of both Territories is opposed to any attempt by Congress to settle rho licpior question  Mrs. Steiner Resigns From News.  M rs. M IX Steiner, who for a considerable time has been con nected with the New* family in the capacity of local reporter and all around hustler, baa resigned her position and has accepted the management of a branch ol the Union Pacific Tea and Coffee lo a business in Ada. with headquar ters in the Westcott building op-poNtte the postoffice.  Mr. Steiner has been a iaitmui employe, working in season and out of season for the best inter-  COAL,!  Now is the season to place your orders for coal.  We handle the South McAlester, Henryetta and Coalgate, Fancy Lump Coal and can ell your or_ ders on shortest notice. Orders to be delivered same day must be received by 4 o clock p. rn.  CRYSTAL ICE and COAL CO.  Phone Nos 133  ''i n ■ ■   im »««■ iii! in Min* un *»♦» 111 * >♦*»  reported and the lawlessness in the country is increasing.  Whenever the dreaded workmen’s organizations present a solid front, as they did last night, the Premier is compelled to strike his colors.  Sovereign baking powder. Union Pacific Tea Co., opposite poster* hee.     2t3 ' 25   , est of the News and never lost an Senator Hevendge introduced j  ol ,p or tunity of doing it a good yesterday a hill providing joint.  SC rviee statehood for Oklahoma and  ri „.  I v ivv    .    .    ,  Our best wishes go with her Indian Territory and for New I into her business venture and  Mexico and Arizona. The bill is identical with the erne introduced  The News is the advertising ____________  medium. It reaches; it is read.  in the HoUfje of  Representatives It courts comparisons. Talk to    Hamilton    of    Michigan,  the manager about it  HUO IWK uuo.mv».. -----  we know she will succeed asshe is connected with one of the best and most reliable houses in the United States and with her push and energy is bound to succeed*  Ada National Bank.  TOM HOPE. President?    INO.    L.    BARRINGEH.VV.ee    Pres.dtn!  FRANK JONES Cashier ORVILLE SNEAD. Asst Cashier  Capital block, .......    .     |H)   Undivided Prohts........  Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Govern merit on Town i.ots.  ADA, CHICKASAW NATlON.glND. TKR,   

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