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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 9, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma See Those Beautiful Presents Union Pacific Tea Co., ^.'EITHER FORECAST Tomorrow Fai t* an d w arn ie r THE EVENING NEWS TEMPERATURE TODAY At 3 ] . n s 43 decree?*. VOLUME 2 DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY cs a to TR DAY EVENING. DECEMBER 9, 1905 ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY. SATUKUAX ayaxuix - NUMBER 226 "I THE FARMERS’ UNION IN NOW IS THE TIME TO SESSION AT TEXARKANA 5 ann a • Big line of $1.50 Cluett dress J shirts, winter styles, will close I _ __ j rn out in the next 0 your choice only few days at Texarkana Ark-, Dec. s.—The I be chosen. f *1 ParmAra 1 fed* The convention practically coni* convention of the bannets iv afternoon t it nf \merica Dieted tis work this aiternoou, u cat mna ^itotiori md elect*I but adight session is being hold adopted a constitution and I ^ ^ of clearin g up 0d ol> Ce pyle oT Mineola, Texas, the ords and ends of unfinished j j was elected president; W. A. Mor- busings. ..... _ S tis of Sulligent. Ala , vice pie J j 8 ronne will Prosecute, L MeOullocb, Arkan New York, Dec. 9.—Following Get That Overcoat You’ve been thinking of Buying ident; K _ •os secretary-treasurer; Newt ... Gresham. Texas National organ- the appearance of District At lier; J ll. Kea, Neosha, Mo., torrey Jerome at the insurance doorkeeper; Z. R- Bell of <ie “ r investigating committee’s sos Via, sergeant-ftt arms. \»ion yesterday, it was repoited The executive committee us | that He had already completed Arrow Brand collars, any style, each COX-GREER Dry Goods Company. elected is ss follows; E. J* Coak, Guin, Alabama; J. H Reynolds, | Appleton, Ark.; I. N* McAlester, Rattan, La C. S. Barrett, At* water, Ga: Campbell Russell, Herford, I- T.; W. Mi ’* Lake Creek, Texas. The executive committee will have the naming of tho hear inaners for the odicer- of the >a* 11 ion al U nion. It will pro! decide the matter before h I here tomorrow afternoon* Dallas Little Rook and Texar* I kana ave the on>y places men tioned tonight, and it is believed that one of these will certainly his p ans for the prosecution of oases revealed by the work of this committee. “ I his is under- 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 stood,” si.VB the Tribune, Mr. Jerome will directly tho < .ose of the committee's pub lie sessions that is, at the end of ti e year- for a special pane OI the Grand Jury to deal with ibese cases. ir M a M, IV. Donaghey enroute j horn Friday from Holdenville, was suddenly takeu iii- si riou* WH- the seizure that a physician was summoned at Francis who accompanied her home She is reported much better today. Boys* Range in Price From Men's Range in Price From $2.00 to $8.00 $5 to $17.50 J (THE COLLEGES DECLINE Scott-Hoard Co TRAVELER IS ELOOiliNT TO ABOLISH FOOTBALL -St-* ON TERRITORY’S FUTURE New Tork, Dee. >. The ad\o*, cates of intercollegiate football | wen a victory at the* conference j Recovered Robber's Booty Muskogee, I. T-, Dec. B.-“ln-jhome *n i G n rinh “AH this money a net me kept dun territory will be the r.elw natnra n y wonderfully rich country It is the first time En statehood from ar. unorganized ^ ^ + territory. ' says Geo. H. Lindley o* Topeka, who ha- traveled over every county in Kansas, all of Oklahoma and Indian territory, Trainer VV VPU i» ’IVIAM J w- ----| . . J of thirteen colleges ami universe I ^ J ties in this city yesterday, when the history of th© country when land passed from the government or was homesteaded ttta’ all the money paid for the land wu- not sent to the United States treas- Sinith has returned blood hounds from Dougherty whither he went in ii tho effort .to apprehend the per-lf an amended resolution declaring sons W 1 o robbed tho store at that i he games Tx' not abolished, I that pln<*p mat un glum . The dogs followed a trail out I some three miles ti) the moun i tains where over $300 of the Moi | en money was found secreted; York had first introduced a re9o-| an <i theme' to the home of a ♦ * PAUL VV. ALLEN. Livery, Feed and Sa!© Stable, Horses Boarded by Day or Week.. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Best o*. Service. Allen Livery Barn South Townsend Ave*. Phono 64. W HS but should bo reformed, carried by a vote o’; It to *. t bancolliir Mac! mckenof Now I u ti on declaring that the sport should be done awa> with, but sn amendment was promptly offered by Lieut. Col. Robert L Howze of West Point, and the nrnend- Texa- and most of Mexico •*Sight now that country is filling i ur *t* _ on with farmer, from Missouri, Rumored Resignation ot Wittt Iowa Illinois, Kansas and Texas. Berlin, Dec. 8, 5:22 p. rn A They I lave so'd farm- for $50 j dispatch to the Tagebtatt from j meat was Larned TH. and i7 r > an acre, arid when they I St. Petersburg dated yesterday the amended resolution -/o to lndiar Territory, they buy ! an d received here today by way ’‘Ayes-Wesleyan 9; Huggers | id Iud way cash f«>r it. The, | of Bydtkuhnen, Bot Prossi*. 2: Haverford 2; have enough money to improve i says Prtmier Witic has given his >yrai use-. Roc ie -_r . their land and still have some resignation to the Emperor, who, I rant F«m ^ 2 , -one, in the bank. They do not, refused to accept ,t New York mortgage their property for alii A — 1 — it I- worth The indians from, p i4 , fy suspected However, the i- the extent of tho incriminating evidence scarcely sufficient to warrant an arrest. We offer the suggestion that tiler * are modern decisions of the higher C. J. WARREN ®. CO.. Jewelers ^Opticians vote on courts admitting the testimony of, blood►hounds, that is, allowing the prosecution to show that a dog of reputation followed a trail * from the scene of crime to the home of the accused. *t by an Hest quality glom n Alnainieo tram**- St.OO. . >1,1 Hied Solid IL In b C. J. WARREN ®.CO. Fine Carving Set iv i- ..... j Absolutely free with one \*i of J whom they buy are improving Sovereign baking p >wde,r Union! fee land they do not sell and Pacific Tea Go., oppo-hc posto^ . the money right at I lice. University 2 Total Th-‘ New- is lh** advertising medium. It reaches; it is read lit courts comparisons. Talk to I th** manager about it. CHITWOOD, THE TAILOR. FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING, 125 West Main St. spending COTTON ASSOCIATION WILL t i M i i l ’W' ♦ Fancy OLO INDIAN TERRITORY MEET AT HEW ORLEANS Lump COAL! JUDGE IN THE TCH ■* New York, Dee. 9. William O. Peary, former federal judge, of R ff, I. T., who was arrested ■Wednesday on information from Santa Fe, 'N. M-, that he was „mted there on charges of forgery and grand larceny, and who w as paro'od for examination next Wednesday, was re-arrest«d Atlanta, Ga., Dec. “• ”1 re8 ' ident Harvie Jordan o f he South-,ern Cotton Association yester * . , issued a call for i general York where he lins been detected * . , 4 in iiwxdipp... convention of farmers bankers, doing larger sui.tam th c mwhant8 and other, throughout tion of theft, la* s - » gma that Peary claims he is ae offed ! the South to be he d at Ney. eral judge instead of a,; ex hasted Orleans, Jan l l, Ii and I.,. MO disreputable newspaper .nan. (The object of the convention will Fought In Refrigerator Car Don is rn, Tex , Dec I). — in un affray Thin '‘day night in tho ice bunkers of a refrigerator car in j extra fr dght trnin No. 441, on I tho Missouri,-Kansas and Tcxa^,! southbound, between three men, W. t . VValker of Waco was ^hot Now is the season to place your orders tor coal We handle the South McAlester, Uearyett $ and Coalgate, Fanc.^ Lump Ct»al and can tilt your or dors on shortest notice. Order* to be delivered ©ame day must l>e received by 4 o’clock p rn. * t ♦ ! CRYSTAL ICE and COAL CO. i Phone Not I2t t ! 'n I I I It I 11 I I a T-++ 1111 t ll I t I *+++++++++++* Mrs. Rogers* H«mQ< d Win aor, Vt. Dec. > - W it n* -nittrv> t 4 i&terday At the detective out a tremor and withom ._ word f I, uraay. n Mrs Mal? Mftbel lingers Friuay bureau it was said that word had Mrs. .v ary ma . i , Snnt'L Fe f »arched to lier de at h on v’* t»“ FNf*«»n received I rom cmnia * j W ‘ D / „ f wi in'lows al the btate prison b^rc chi rging '-hat leary is wanted in « C »icago and Philadelphia for passing worthless checke. So old Peary ha** no graduated Imcehe heat the News out of $8;00, that he is now in New I ber of death. and paid the penalty of murdering her husband, Manos Rogers at Bennington, Aug. 13, UK>2. To all appearances Mrs. Rogers was : the calmest person rn the cham- bo to discus- the we *k of the us |through the left leg and injured : sociation with reference to organ I seriously VII three men were I ication, the handling of the crop t iken into custody at Atoka. ^ of lhi)6, trade relations betwei n j w , Senator Mitchell Dead. producers and spinners, extend- ing the market for American cot- j Portland, t >re , Gee. ft.—I rn e ton and holding the unsold bal- States Senator John H. Mitchell ance of the present crop for loc a I died at the Good fcJamHritan ^ os pound. Many prominent speak- pita! in this city at 11:40 o clock The Ada National Bank. TOM HOPE President? FRANK JONES Cashier ers from various par bi of the country have promised to be present and a largo attendance is already predicted last forenoon* death resulting from complications which followed the removal of four teeth ut a dental office Thursday morning. jNO I. BARRINGER,' Vice President. ORVILLE SNEAD. Asst Cashier ^ - $50,000.1*0 ...... 20,200.Ob Btjnks Furnished and Hcmiltjr.ee, Made to the Govern-mer t on Town 11 x>ts. Capital Stock, - -Undivided Profits. ADA, CHICKASAW N AXION,8IND. TEK
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