Monday, December 18, 1905

Ada Evening News

Location: Ada, Oklahoma

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 18, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma It’# a Shame    U.    P.    Tea    &    Coffee    Co.    %3'SS MHHMMUI MHM MMBl Hilt WEATHER FORECAST: Tomorrow Fair EVENING NEWS DEVOVED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY TEMPERATURE. TOBA V: At m p. iii . f»9 degrees. at VOLUME 2 T ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY, MONDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 18, 1805 NUMBER 233 • Ladies Sample MUCH INTEREST TAKEN I I RAINCOATS t i IN SCHOOL ELECTION AND CLF I lie election held Saturday to Select lour members* of the school board resulted in the following children of Ada as rep re sen ta ti vee of their interests. The out vote I rills season s cloak business with it ami- _ facturers is over but just beginr fig wit! the 5 wearers. The manufacturers ar; disposing of ® their samples. Today.we bought a line of ample raincoats, cloaks and furs at a price much below their value and which will bt sold or the same low' basis. In the lot w. have about one dozen real nice furs ranging in \a!ue from $10 OO to $15.00 each. V v should -ee these furs for For Three Years Term. w. W. Si.EDGR. 212. J ok Bilks 1*22. W. G. Bhoaofoot. 2l:» Or. W. D. Ak hrs. 150. voing members of the school board me not only undeserving *>f any criticism as refers to any conduct whatsoever in their cap' acity as school directors, but on the other hand, the school iter-| eats of Ada are greatly in their debt. Except they were men of public spirit, earnestly anxious for the success of the schools, aud highly qualified in business management, and personal res \ (Risibility, tile schools of Ada would not now have such valua As refers to the in Xmas Presets. Cloaks and raincoats are n v on sate and those still in need of a cloak she M ct me early as these will be sold in a few tit* s. C O X - G Rj£ E R Dry Goods Company. PROTESTS AGAINST TUE For Two Yea ii Term. C. M. CHAUNCY 190. .JOK DECKERT. 228. Sam ToRbett. 131. T. J. Ch a MKL KSS. 181. Thus it will ins seen that those pie asset''. elected are VV VV Sledge, VV. Ii. ti acrity of the old achoo] board i Hroadfoot, C. M. Chauncey and in d th.' di,|«oStioe of the school i Jo. Decker*.    ; fundSi tlu , NeW8 make8 theag8er . | These gentlemen elected, to- tionthat any citizen at all acquaint nether with the two present in hod with the business interests of cum bents, continue* Ada in the I Ada and reputation of the gen-I ms session of a good, safe school U. ;nen , who have so faithfully bjard.    ai    •    . rn .    served the community, who The new member- of the school »•, ,,ld intimate there had been! directory are men who have. tpisappropriatlon of the school pride in the town, ..re permanent f«, <K is either a fool or a knave. I Citizens, and are patrons of the anc *uch comd Aration, most cor j public schools aud wcil qualified tail y did not influence a vote! in executive ability. \\ W. | among Ally’s intelligent eitisen- S ledge, W. G It road foot, and I atrip in Saturdays election Joe I Eckert are staunch citizens, j The News believes she schools bghh iegardftu for the best lo* ( of Ada are on a par with any Crests of the schools sad are | in the territory and under the j |en v\ host* probity and into board regime will continue so, j c4*Ty are of such uobleitiiscd|with whatever change may* he! racier, that no better men Contemplated in the management j be held up before the loom of th* -chool- TWO IMMEDIATE ANO DISTINCT SUCCESSES Scott-Hoard Co. AND Tie Ladies’" Patterns Alike they have met with an enthusiastic welcome by tin* public. Alike they tit into the economy of the hour MANY POINTS OF SIMILARITY Tile pattern is new, practical, winsomely presented distinctly an improvement over the bent, heretofore, and at tho r gilt price, too. The “tore is new also; bright, attractive, broad-guage and liberal in policy: active, clever and resourceful in management, with the willingness and ability to “cli good merchandise cheapo decidedly an improvement over every* thing hereabout'*. It s a great combination. Tile Hight Pattern for tile Best Store. Tho Right Store for the Be-t Pattern Scott-Hoard Co ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY The Big Cash Store Your Money’s Worth or Your Money Back CHICKASAW GRAFT GLOOMY FOR r O 4 Washington, Dec. IS.—A aum- |$2,00t»,0fo eer of protea have been made. I The bfcl nee both at the White House and at * the Pf y4dt\*t the Interior department, against land it J lot bk the bill passel ny the Chickasaw \ receive i a even CHRISTMAS + + n Council several week* ago creating the position of <li>burking agent, through whose hand- it protest for the is apt t* <. th* for c lot*: g the tvide- I; ii !*■ provided shall pass all th© j tin bes, \ money that will be paid to the button a member* of the tribe in the clos ing of their att ai rs. The bill is said to provide that the disbursing agent shall receive lo per ent of all the money paid out by him in this manner, and it has been estimated that his emol i appro ^ ’Come a law, v that it would f there wert 4 no 'urtis bill which the law ai! tho bu* tlie distri- 11 id Bacchus is making a hard ■ ^ gin I to get in on Ada’s holiday festivities; but he ^s up against it. The Ik. s. marshals force const) tote the obstacle tile moneys due the Indians, h th J'rom th* 'ands held by the i overa meet in tru-t and from lr. s de o f their mineral lands hi ct hr property, shall be mad by otto cr- of the Feder a1 Hover nm int About the only which a duty 0 •-* w’u b* left to the Chief* I gage at i to uerf r n vill Mai^y a good old * ggnog faded away I r •n at Monday’s noon hour kind a wi De puty t ‘rest ng , like it burt. Brent* now has an in-• ol lect ion of baggage. PAUL VV. ALLEN. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Horses Boarded by "Day or Week. His t aggage room begin- to with trunk- rind telescopes y. contained the contr once When lf he officers broke on the. beverage and remain unola curb ti trunk ttiiI of whiskey. There Were some eight or ten gallon* bottle- aments would amount to aboutIdohver .Ii V c * v    ai    *    Bio    from ‘ueiivei leeds to allotment*. USSIANS TREMBLE FOR it carefully packed in d jugs in a new trunk vod as M. K lNc T. bwg-Iveta The air about f tee (N)urt house was almost : lioxicating, A large crowd et bystanders witnessed the rn th h 4* sacrifice. At each rash of a bittie the crowd would The News man could coveting an elegant $15 belonging to the c the contemplation of lying in wait for c >oied somewhat nese. It looks H- It peaceful holiday. Fat rh: The more shipment RETURN OF “WHITE TERROR St. Petersburg, De**.    18    A chudder of horror has convulsed Russia Tile Government claims it has givi n battle only to the revolutionists, bur the pulace generally believes that e “white terror” has returned. "(ready the leaders of the pole tarian organization who escarded capture Saturday night at the economic society and even men of rank of Professor Miloukott are in hiding from the police who an? hunting them down The Ajuvernment evidently anticipates a battle royal arui bas made its dispositions accordingly. It fully understand h that the proletariat will give blow for blow iu answer to the wfiole*ale arrest-. As mast ol the provincial nu* Parities are reactionary officials 9 'the “Id regime, the advantage they will uke of such power to t3rroriae the populate can be «*siiv maimed, they doing in position tv become petty tyrants and wage war each in his own parti njar ta-hior* Against 'he revolutionists. BOYS WILE HUNTING! FIND BORGIA Conmen isl Clufc The citizen^ of Ada in mass meeting are earnestly urged to meet r i u» aday evening under the auspices of the Comim reiaJ Chi*), ut the court house to -imply determine whether Ada will secure the third railroad, hie pre den? of the road bae brinded the town an ultimatum, an i unle-s immediate poMitive acti* ; is tn «en- the road will like!; be lost Hit matter is of pressing J rn portal* e. livery man who owns a foot of Ad a real estate should be pr Mi«t and assist in cleoid in • wf -thor Ada shall have t e road O m important basineas will be .to* >-aetec.    233 T. J. (hmmbless, President. Weliding unnounomcntv—the nntodate kin*!—at tim News oh h «• ti Monday formation three small Ada boys name*: Oscar finest, Wilmer Gresham and C;«ri Thompson were out rabbit hunt-ing near the M. K. & T. section housiv One of them casually taised a Hat rock and, to his as tonishment, uncovered a nest of empty watch rasps, new and in perfect condition.^ Six of the oases are silver «Ucj three are gold HIU,I. THU wan |IIWMb . I v ihe hidden • of some one of the burglar-, vho have bc.-n operating so ent cuiDeiy over tho territory. It muifc belong to some non*resident jeweler, for so far, local jeweler dave escaped tin burglary epidottiic. It. bleaks well fol the boyg’ genMemanly instinctJk that they hurried to the city oLrshal with their find a done, they woods atle? Any par a arock of j| cate with r City Mars Rollcall 1 Fr My Freuui The Fishe Lesson lJ Lesion St IMctures Hostess^ J. P C in mnm with W day and

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