Ada Evening News, December 15, 1905

Ada Evening News

December 15, 1905

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 15, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma H, _ OUAi„- To take those handsome ll D T/»a    f*n    But everybody does it 8 3 SnSmC Presents given aw ay by the    # * •    ®    Opposite Postoffice. WEATHER FORECAST: Tomorrow Fan. THE EVENING NEWS. TEMPERATURE TODAY: At 3 p. t: , 45 degrees. DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY I .... .. *___________ OOI aha T’KrriTAW Tfn?T?T?TrmT?v T? RTO AV PW.NTNfi. IYECTEMBER 15. 1905 • Ladies Sample RAINCOATS ■ I TUE TOWNSEND OPINION ALARMING TD INVESTORS Atoka, I. T.t Dec. 15.—The op inion in the cn*e mentioned oelow given b,v Judge Ho>e»i Townsend, surplus; that this contract of sale was made prior to the time of the | selecting of hi'* * llo'm°nt by the j AND CLOAKS*! This season's cloak business with manu- a facturers is over but just beginning with the ^ wearers. The manufacturers are disposing of their samples. Today we bought a line of sample raincoats, cloaks and furs at a price much below their value and which will be sold on the same low basis. In the lot we have about one dozen real nice furs ran^in^ in value Z from $10 OO to $15.00 each. You should see ” these furs for Xmas Presents. Cloaks and raincoats are now on sale and ® those still iti need of a cloak should come early ■ • I is considered to bo the most im I defendant; that the defendant af-1 portant ever rendered in In ’dian Territory, a* it is far reaching in its effect*, and threatens i d i -as ie r to in any ti ii a ne; ti I i n ve*t-i rnonts. At lea*t 25,0*H) acres of jlmd belonging to intermarried j citizens in the Choctaw and Chick asaw Nations have been sold, and over $4,0(0,000 has been recently loaned upon the same. This de ter ward selected und tiled on hisj allotment of the Choctaw-Chicka--aw Tribal lands, and sold bis surplus, or a portion thereof, to other parties. rl be plaintiff at*! taches the written contract a* an , exhibit, und brings his Metier j against the defendant to recover j damages for not complying with! the Wins of the contract. II IMMEDIATE AND DISTINCT SUCCESSES Scott-Hoard Co. AND ciMon renders said sale** vo.d and I The special dnnurrer of tile invalidates the mortgage, as all defendant is as follows: the deeds and mortgages we.e j made and execute! prior to the issuance of the patents: “That the contract attached to tile plaintiff’s complaint, and which forms the basis of his al in the United Stales Court for j lion, i- null and void under tile I the Southern District of Indian laws and tieaties in force in the as these will be sold in a few days. Territory, at Ardmore. G. M D Hoi ford, plaintiff, vs J lh Mato, defendant No. 6234 De cisium on I) *mui rt r oi Defendant It > Plaintiff* Complaint: It ap-pears that on th*' I June, 1904, the de Ii COX-GREER Dry Goods Company. Indian Territory." After un exhaustive review of the laws, treaties and decisions j applicable th** court concludes: “In my view, the removal of lith day of restrictions on alii n t m only ap* * hint, ai ho is I plied to intel Hurried eitiz n* who ; i mi of the are allottees, after patent issued: j an intermarried cilia ] Choctaw Nation, colored into a I and, entertaining this view, un written contract to sell to the judgment is that the demurrer I plaintiff a portion of his allot* of the d* fo idant to the plaintiff** meat, com mon 15 kn *wn a> the I complaint must he unstained A REIGN OF TERROR Tilt Lafe’ Hone (oral Patens Alike they have met with an enthusiastic welcome by the public. Alike they fit into the economy of the hour. -MANY POINTS OF SIMILARITY- The pattern is new, practical, winsomely presented— distinctly 'n improvement over th * best heretofore, and at the right price, too. The i-tore is new ai^o; bright, attractive, broad-guage and liberal in indict; active, clever and resourceful in management, with the willingness and ability to sell g«x>d merchnndis*'che »p decidedly an im pavement over everything hereabouts. It’s a great combination. The Hight Pattern for the Best Store. The Hight Store for the Beat Pattern Scott-Hoard Co ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY The Big Cash Store Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back. PROHIBITION DEBATE PREVENTS PROGRESS IN RALTIC PROVINCES r7 rn ■'NV** felt every where .Many titled Germ in land owners who refus- Wa-hingtijn, Dec.    15 —The Republican members of the House in caucus yesterday unanimously declared in fav >r of ad slitting Oklahoma and Indian Tenitory as one State an! by h vote of lie to 05 declared in favor of admitting Arizona and New Mexico as one Slate. Both statehood question* a?e to be | covered in one hill. The only op position to the program tv is directed ag iin*t j tining Ariz ona and New Mexico, un! it i* understood that Mr. Adams of Wisconsin and Mr. Tawney of Minnesota were the only speakers on this aide. The Hamilton bill, already introduced, contains the necessary provisions to meet the resolution aud will undoubtedly be the meas lier! in, Dec. IO. Advices to night from Biga and Kvdtkuhnen are causing great alarm through* Jed to hand over their money t<» out German Citio* Di-patch s the terrorists have been murder* tell of thousands of ferocious led and their estates pillaged. oea*ants ravaging tile Baltic pro (German^ of all classes are under* vincas with fire and sword. Kus I going systematic persecution. J sale of liquor in tho two Territo- si tu Government advices admit J Tile Socialists have usurped com-ries were begun foiay Aside I that the entire district is at the I mu nu I functions. In many places from this question the bill is j mercy of the bl*K>dthii -'fcy inatir-j they have brought the military practically in abaue to report gents who have^centuries cfs ut-,complot* )y under subjection. The liquor hearings ' ;:1 not bej feting scores to wash oui in blood where th** officers and men were hurried, and the plan notv seem-•• j There is general fear here in of- n°t aready openly fraternizing ure reported bv tht committee Hearings on this bill on tile question of embodying a const*til trinal amendment prohibiting the \zS3KsO ■I PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Horses Boarded by“Day or Week.    ^ dsfaethui Guaranteed.    Best.of Service. ^ Allen Livery Barn U -I ZXL.WEZZ\JZ. JJA1.... Sou til Townsend Ave., Phone 64, to tie to delay reporting the hill tubal circles of wholesale muss I until after tin* holiday recess j acres of Gennan residents in the When it is reported a rule will Baltic provinces of Russia A toe brought in for i'.s immediate j movement has been starred bv consideration iii the house icy in order that tho Germ ins in with th© rebelious elements. Candidates. The name* of the following Ada gentlemen have been handed Notice rhe name*- of all candidates tor school trustees mu • he handed in to the I hilly News by 7:30 3 in. Saturday morning stating also tho term for which they are candidate*. NY. 0. Duncan, Mayor. a .• I    to    the    New* with the request that influential persons to collect mon-    ,    .    ,    .    ,    ii,. K    1    same    be published a.* candidate?* for the offices of >< Ii nil directors, and with the additional n quest that the public be informed that each advocates some changes in the present management of the Ada schools* They are V\ . W. Sledge, Joe Deckert, G. W. Broad foot and G. M Chauncey. Livonia and Kurland may he provided with sustenance and means of self defense. Refugees arriving her© from the Baltic district tell stirring stories. The reign of terror is C. J. WAR KEN ta CO.. Jewelers V* Opticians Bye* tasted free by an expert op titian Best quality giwindi lf ase* * in Alnmnico frames $1.0©. In best Gold filled, $*.50. Solid Hold *5.00 WARREN (SI CO. C. J. NEXT LOWER HORSE THE HATEFUL MEASURE 15 DAYS ONLY $10.00 off on all Tailor Made Suits ^nc    UD    Mi,-ti is Jg?    Chitwood, THe Aa ii or. WILL DE DEMOCRATIC Ch’ct go. III., Dec. 15. —Walter Wellman's Washington special to the Record H*»ral I says: There is much talk among men of both political parties to the ef lect that the next House of Representatives i* Ilk* iv to have a Democratic* majority and choose John Sharp Williams as Speaker. There are unmistakable sign* of a reaction among the voter* all over the country and even the Republicans admit, that had the election been held Hut month in ©tead of next November, nothing could have saved them from overwhelming deb at. One of th© Republican leaders •aid today:    “We    will    fo il along on the rate que.-.ti md, permit tho railroads and the Donators who INTRODDCED AGAIN are in combination wilt* them to force Roosevelt into a compromise on the late bill, do nothing on the tariff, faille doanything effective with the insurance question and then the |>eople will rise up and shove ti* out of the House. ” K. of P.’s at Stonewall Thursday night a party of io* en! Byth inns went to Stonewall and organized a new lodge. It i-reiorted to have started off mot promising The party vvns composed of Messr s VV. T Nolan, W. J Reed, Leo VY I Lop, A. L Nettles, W. L Nettles, Win Thornp ?*»od and Robt VV impish. Have ,\»u seen the modern cooking wonder h% VVoodtrd I Mw. Co**, * ore, come in anv day this week.    fit    227. Washington, Dec. 15.—Representative Bennett, one of the few Republican menders front New York City, has proposed in ii bill which he introduced yes terday to reduce the South's rep resentation in tho electoral col loge and in Congress because of laws which he regards a* equivalent to a disfranchisement of the negroes. If hi* should become a law -and of course it. won’t —the South’s representation ta Congress would be reduced by 35. Alabama would lose 4 members. Arkansas 2, Florida I, Georgia 5, Lousiana 3, Mississippi (I, North Carolina 3, Sou*Ii Carolina 4, Tenet see 2, Texas 3, and Virginia 3 Ti»i* is even a more radical proposition thap that advanced by Mr. Crumpacker, and as that gentlemen comes to see that his endeavor was whblly quixotic if is entirely probable, that Mr. Bennett will also discover that Congress is not iii tho mood to pass any such bill as thi.s To Hunters. lf you would know of a country which abounds in turkey, duck, qua'!, squirrels and other sin *11 game, with many a good chance at deer, got a copy of the new booklet,‘'Feathers and Fins on the Frisco ” Ii tell* apout hunting and fishing in th*1 (lurks and in the St. Francis Valley. Sent free on request by Y Hilton, General Passenger Agent, Fi i»c.» Bjstcm, St. Ijouis, Mo. At the oi»era house F> ida.v night, “FemBe Masonry,” 4P228 I Fancy jz? Lump COAL! I n Now is the season to place your orders for coni. We handle the South McAlester, H^nt.Yetta and Coalgate, Fancy Lump Coal and can till your or dors on sliortest notice. Order* to delivered same day must be received bv 4 o’clock p. rn CRYSTAL ICE and COAL CO. I Phone Not AUS The Ada National Bank. TOM HOPE, President?    INO. L. BARRINGER. Vice Prissier FRANK I0NES Cashier. ORVILLE SNEAD. Att! Cashier Capital Stork, -    .......$.SO,Uoo.O> Undivided Profits. - -....... Blanks Furnished and Remittances Vade -to the Government on Town *a>ts. ADA, CHICKASAW NATH>N,~INI>. TKR. ;