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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 12, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 See Those Beautiful Presents Given Away  Union Pscific Tc3 Co*, ^tofnce  WEATHER FORECAST:  Tomorrow Kit r intl colder.  VOLUME 2  THE EVENING NEWS.  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY. TUESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER IS. 1905  TEMPERATURE TODAY:  |>. in T>. degree*.  Hoc on the  TUE STATEHOODERS’ GIRI I  MASCOT CHARMS CONGRESS  IMMEDIATE I DISTINCT  number 228  SUCCESSES  Big line of $1.50 Cluett dress  m  shirts, winter styles, will close | out in the next few days at J your choice only  Arrow Brand collars, any style, each    v  Washington, Dec.  1  I-  r  h  e  I statehood boomers fr°m  <)kia  houia and Indian territory n a.  • cited up to the capitol yesterday morning and made calls which I were both formal and informal npon Senator Hailey and Sen* tutor Beveridge, chairman of the Committee on Territories Speak or Cannon and Representatives I Hamilton and Williams. Thai went to the committee rooms of the various gentlemen, except a*s to Senator Bailey, who wa* eau gilt just outside the lobby of the Senate. They got encourage meat from every one.  Senator Beveridge -poke to them in a most felicitous way ai d told them that n bis opinic \ ‘ there could be no iuubt as to ti passage of the or. nibus bill t this session of*Cot gross.  At every stopping place son *  one of the delegation made <i\ speech, md these were good speeches- Hut apparently far more effective than any of these j (speeches wa* a lyric argument J which Miss TIclen Renstron sang |in advocacy of statehood, Miss  !  Renstron is 14 years of age, tin orphan, and the mascot of the I delegation. The song which she I sings, entitled “Oklahoma, ttjlls j of the wonders of her country and its right to statehood. Hen i I ator Beveridge declared it was * the most elo<iuent argument he ^ had vet heard on that subject, aud Speaker Lannon, after hear ing it, pointed in the direction al the Senate and declared. Ii you'll ju*t get her to sing that ‘ argument to the^ old fellow*  ■ over there, there won t be any ne *d of having a single speech made.’  NEW RAILROAD MAY BE   9  c o X - G R E E R|!  Dry Goods Company., J  A SANTA FE PROJECT  Scott-Hoard  AND  The Ladies’ Home lim) Patterns  Alike they have met with an enthusiastic veU.oine by the- public. Alike they tit into the economy of the hour.  MANY POINTS OF SIMILARITY  The pattern is new, practical, winsomely presented--I ne pato    *     1     heretofore,    and    at  distinctly sn improvement over tm ne., tine  the right prico tab.  thing hereabout-  It’s a great combination. The RiC^t P»«*n for the Be st Store    rho Hight Store for the Best Pattern.  Lehigh, I T.. ih Dorset t'ai ter. < Mc Willie of the ira! railway and  •residen  Engines Lahoma C»'i  IMPORT AMT MEASURES ARE FENDING IN LEGISIATDRE  Ardmore, i the Chickasaw Leg: portant memoral asking Congress t ion for the enrollment  >e< Bi. -in} the contra t :oi th** * .1 Hp(*7> let.  itur« an im j  r A memorial is k-uui. pending,    ,    .  . ‘ _ r  , -u. I Congress to rein;bur- t make prows ;  of rn-w I asaw:  til  horns since ti tribal Lolls.  A bill is pending the payment of ti the freedmen  by  closing of the]  providing for lands allotted Ii is lemem  i or land know n \Vestern leased Ii c  ‘ vie gress will be asked to public buildings I Chickasaw (So*on ask that an appt placed ueon them  secretary of the v* •-and Savings Bank, left today to in-; ret which their line v s of hero for I 'an-, i This line is how twenty mile- nortt til direction of OhiekasU I line south will be lur: the survey van h * *; i-.viug Ardmore, I* T.. (’hick* W. Hocker, who wars ti e I yesterday from Bot i  ♦ on opinion that the Ok Heil Tie' val Railway will la elonging to the: road has been bulk Hi o,• it,*but will I tojChickftsha. aired value be ^at inasmuch a.- tin  j I- now \ I propose I ing up c Mr. Walling.I hoods. vim Tm  ?  ti Chicago, Servi the route Sunday take south iSermor ^    i    o'clock  Bruise  >onali\ inspecting the; me with a v iew of tak-•t* issue of $10,0oo,000 of  With the Baptists.  *e- at the Baptist L Im reb  Scott-Hoard Co  ADA. INDIAN TERRITOKC  The Big Cash Store  Money’s Worth nr Your Mone> Back  \ our  At Church  1  f== attended. I or at ll >P  :raded for here in th*  . I. T* Th( tis soon iii  I ole ted.  Break, f ! He Not Help for mon wa; ! delivers  were well ny tilt' Pastoi from the text. "The Reed Shall ll** Not ne Smoking Flax Shall. Quench,*’ eh - Theme: the Helpless The aer-; well pretor od and well! ; and i• is hoped that ev*  ><  is \ rd mort'  git ss ol the aboma Cen-  I .Hilt. This‘and the •> ,    *    *    i    excellent  r xii Lehigh _,. rA   ____ now boing extended fibered that the Supreme Court    Service.    j to lh iris, Texas, lie '  held that freedmen were not cite ■    Uie Cumberland Presuyte-; ion that the road s »  xens of the Chickasaw Nation and ,    -    ^    ^    Sunday    neon    a    very    project and will tx nu  land will fall «Pon ! na     ...... I  the payment ox land win mu u^uu ] interesLing^ service  the Federal Government: there • )>orts from all th f  lcpartments | CJarter,’ who is fore an immediate .settlement is  G f the Chare'    proposed road.  I nri »pUfl amount ti e^tmvi- co rn men to 11    ii.    * *    - .*    « a » Sant'i Kb at  asked. The amount, iii. t ..... .    , onit>     inc    rcierence    , ««< - anti i  ted. will involve about $.>, OO.ti .  was held. Ive- from Paris to I ore cli  DI  id. will involve about $5 ,<H)0.000. j    ^^^^fati.Wd    j    lends credence to M r  The memorial praying for the. members Tup on their i>eal and I statement The West** abolishment of the five seminar* I Quiringeffort*    j    Company, of Ch.cugo n<  ies in the Chickasaw Nation is I An interesting -os vice wa**  heia ! th© bonds of the road an being opposed on the ground that I in the evening.     ,i     0 „    Amorino  erv one present was strong till n ;ed and yelped to higher planes of living  1  ho* addition at the close  iof the service.  At 7 p. in. the house was lull itor delivered another or mon which was an uplift to every Christian. Text.^ o ker says j * what Think ye of Cbri-t. survey cs it^ood attention was given and it \a WI Lehigh I hoped that every one present if the oirin I**'" bav-in the Inturn a greutei u-. 1  appreciation for the Savior ol the world. Every one who will tis invite * lo attend all our ser reoil Dorset I vices.  uh nt of the The Majestic Mfg. Co., of St. | Louis, Mo., haves man at Woodard Uwd. < Vs., store this week showing the Majestic Range in Trust! actual operation, baking and biscuits bi the Urge it ‘2-7.  PAUL W. ALLEN,  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.  Horses Boarded by*Day or W eek Satisfaction Guaranteed.    «'    *    “•  Allen Livery Barn  South Town-ond'Ave..    '  ■«*  rn  c. J. WARREN ® CO.,  Jewelers ^ Opticians  Santa  t at once  re  I)*’  u -an  Hest u aa; a1  Mu unit’ » fra iud * >M iii!tat. 53.SO.    '  ■ I IWK  In  c. J. warren a co.  attorney for it ell, which Hockers  REACTION CONFRONTS  rn  Company, of Ch cag;* now the bonds of th€* road anti  man and an American repress j C. C Sa4i has returned dative of the Holland syndicate I» visit to » oalgate  holds nerving  I crowds.  :i I tor i  CHITWOOD,  THE TAILOR FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING, 125 West Wain St.  f rom  REVOLUTION IN RUSSIA  MUTHER AND CHILDREN PERISH IN THE HAMES  4, Petersburg, Den. IO. viallutiooars party till Hi-  fr’idtkuhnen Dec 12.—The situ-1 game and Ku*«» her liberty.  Kydtkun •    .    Certainly the appearance of  ^Public*opinion is practically street demonstrations today •nanimous that the Government seemed U^ustify th,* *oomx has entered upon the fatal path of pictured he future The ap. reaction and that Witte’s ministry tai resembled a, great, ai.htnr, ZTm Reaction and revolt.- camp. The. patrol* everywhere  New York, Dec. 12 A mother i and her five children were burned to death in a fire in a tTve story apartment house it Columbus avenue and One Hundredth street last night Two othsra  caiup-    looking    I wwro iiiurod ind a aoof® of mot6  lion confront each otbcr in a WM on    thrown    the    I tenants were thrown into a panic,  death struggle- Boti: Gen I re- cannon rom    \  80me of  them cut off from escape  poll and Gen. Count Ignat ell, ac sti e.    regime    and several rescued by firemen,  cording to popular impression, ed strongy '    (policemen and nmhulence stir-  are being held in reserve to ex    Golf    Tournament    geonb.  ecnte the program of reprension. j    rp^ e     ^ ea( j    include Mrs. John  be mobilized in a supreme etTort to crush the revolutionary toited, (ien. Parseneff said:  “I think we are coming to rivers of blood in which the revo  co will make rate of one one fare for the round trip. Tickets on sale Jan. -st, to 12th, in-'^lusive, ^ g years of age  Final limit for return reb    -----  1090    I. McNair Agt,   1U     Ada, Ta  year-old twins and three other children, ranging from 7 month*  Mrs. Thomason lost her life in an endeavor to save hor children.  Muskogee U. S. C. V.  Muskogee, easily the Queen city of th** Territory, who*e population a 4 ' generally estimated by other Territory towns is composed principally of northern republicans and federal office holders,  I ha* served notice over th^ sign*-I ture of 75 of hor leading citizens  that on the I Hth inst. a camp of  United Sons of Confederate Vet* rans will he organized for the purpose of organization. 'The Raymond auditorium will be used. Muskogee will likely have the distinction ot the largest camp in theTorritory.  Subscribe for the News.  .■aa a. A .aa - » - *- I | f >-*■  *11111111*****' 1 ' 11111 ........... I   F “5 cy  L f»p COAL!  Now in the season to place your order or cod We handle tho South McAlwter. NcJuryctt.-v am.  Oualmite Fancy Lump Coal anil i^au^Bil >    »  dcws on shortcut notice. Order* to be deliver,-,!  Mine day must be received by 4 o c ock p. rn.  CRYSTAL ICE and COAL CO.  Phone Nos IM    ^  i > 11 > 11»i a# 11     1     *    i    fhh 1   The Ada National Bank.  TOM HOPE, pr«5idcnt?  FRANK JONES Cishier.  INO. L. BARRINGER.* Vice Present. ORVILtE SNEAO. Ast* Cimier  ...... $o0,0oo.oo  ... tOJJOO.W  Capital Stock, * *    “    »  Undivided Protitf. -    -    *    *    *  Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made t ment on Town  f *ots»  ADA, CHICKASAW NATION,glNl  jvcrn-   

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