Ada Evening News, December 19, 1905

Ada Evening News

December 19, 1905

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 19, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma II'* a Shame £“5    U.    P.    Tea    8    Coffee    Co.    “ WEATHEB FOKFC4ST: Tomorrow F# VOLUME 2 THE EVENING NEWS DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, TUESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 19, 1905    ~ TEMPERATURE TODAY: At X p. . 32 decree- NUMBER 234 •I I I Ladies Sample RAINCOATS Ti DESTRUCTIVE RESIDENCE A I * I M 1 AND CLOAKS! This season s cloak business with manufacturers is over but just beginning with the wearers. I he manufacturers are disposing of their samples. rod ay we bought a line of sample raincoats, cloaks and furs at a price much below5 their value and which will be sold on the same low basis. In the lot we have about one dozen real nice furs ranging in value 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 in need of a cloak should come early as these will be sold in a few days. FIRE NARROWLY AVARTED J About six o’clock Monday I ie fire originated in or about the jevening tire wa- discovered in wardrobe. So. probably the cause one of the rooms of VV. J. Baugh's will remain one of thoe nexpli-re-idenc© st corner of IHth and | cable mysteries. Cherry streets But for it** time | l.v discovery and    prompt aa-is I tanee of neighbors    with buckets    j The citizens of Ada in    mass; the building would have been meetinjr are earnestly urged to; I destroyed    meet Tuesday evening under the I TLtt/v,;if ' r s' a    •    ! JluS'ices of the Commercial Club, I I he oriKn of the tire is quhoa a, ,tle court hou.e to .imply do! : m> story.    j termini whether Ada    will secure I It caught in a room rarely used    jib*5 third railroad.    ’I he    pre- Commercial Club by the family and which contains c^ent of roa(^ !,?ls handed the: no stove nor Huo connections tmv" “n ultimatum, and unless, I . i    ,    ... immediate, positive action i* ta-1 I rom which a spark could have ; ken, the road will likely bo lost I come. I he room contained a large Yin matter is o‘ preying imper-1 wardrobe, the receptacle of most tanee. Every man who owns ai of the family's clothes. Atx>ut ?(M>t of Ada leal estate should be I I six o'clock one of tho children. p,.,,s^nt    in deciding! nassin<r hv-thA A™r    n    hether Vda shall have the road. pacing bi the door, saw Haines 0 inipor,aut business wilily lucking about the door and at I transacted    2t    233    I COX-GREER j^r>' Goods Company^ once gave tlte alarm Neighbors j rushed in and extinguished the blaze before it got to the air j I he only damage i- toe wardrobe !of clothing ‘iffier destroyed or | ruined and the interior of the . room seriously charred. A together, the damage will hardly exceed ■S'Ji.i, tuliy eov* red bv in* su ranee. Tim fire | made i quick run I wa- extinguished ti j rival. Mr Baugh think I not even a match i T J. Cham bless. President. New Methodist Church tin Monday the authorities of tim Ada Methodist church uvide choice of tho plans and specific i-tMi n submitt d f«*r the new church handing to l>* erected a’ 1 he corner of Iown«twd and I lib street. Though it was a fret1* for lAniirfmant enrT>i»*tit bm among architects, 1    M’v * wo firms canceled. Tie ut lh** fire nlatm and -m-ci1intion-of Messr-e**o it- ;ii*- j Barr and Smith, of Denison, were accepted. Phey call for a solid there    w    is    *    hri< k building, guaranteed to com j.    ,    ln°t exuding $10,* KH*. Work tis    ioii.Ni'.    will likely h»*gin on the structure I RIOTS RESULT TROM *U«1 It scorns almo t certain that soon after the holidays 1*0 "Br SUCCESSES Scott-Hoard Co. ARO The Ladies’ Home Journal Patterns Alike they have met with an enthusiastic welcome by the public. Alike they tit into the economy of the hour MANY POINTS OF SIMILARITY The pattern is new, practical, winsomely presented— distinctly sn improvement over tho best, heretofore, and at the right price, too. The *tore is new also; bright, attractive, hrond guage and liberal in policy; active, clever and resourceful in management, with the willingness and ability to reli good merchandise cheap decidedly an improvement over everything hereabout-. It’s a great combination. 'The Hight Pattern for the Best Store. The Hight Store for the Best Pattern Scott-Hoard Co ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY The Big Cash Store \our Money’s Worth or Your Money Back BOYCOTT TROUBLES CALENDAR OF CRIME CROWS APPALLING Washington, Dee. UL -Thejghai. 5tate Department has news from Shanghai Shanghai of a serious sit la lion there. Two cablegrams re eeived at tile department over night state that trouble arose through a strike and wa- increased by a dispute growing out of some cases being t~ied before the Dec. 19. Tin consular courts Two foreigners have been killed and many wounded. Naval foree>, supposedly from the Bi dish squadron, which are there, are guarding the streets. Police .stations have been burned. No American* have thus far b- < n injured, but the official statement wa* made • that the situation in regarded as serious. Two American cruisers are now on their way to ‘Sfiin- suppressed Twenty rowdies were killed hue a ft w Europeans were wounded. Otlier leo ti»e dam agt wav* slight Police sailors md volunteers co operated in surprising he riots, in tile course of which one riot is J town 01 Pram is seems a1 ♦ w Pnn.., „ u *. I ... r" rant* i- neighbor: police -tation wa- partly burned, a barroom was wrecked and a bicycle -tore looted No Earoup can was Killed. I he streets arc Chinese so to have troubles with holiday b *oze. A shipment. containing drug- and alcohol, consigned to D. C Brady at that place, vth* taken from the depot Sunday ni^lit and .ator the *-ru^s were f >und secreted in * gully. Three raspectable citizens were arrested atte brought to Ada Monday •od. They were arrested on various indictments and their names arc as follow.*:    John    Williamson, five esses, Lago .Melton, two ease-; Will Williamson, Deb Rains, Ira Scroggins. Jack Matthews and Calvin Hut! Monday t venin? Deputy Cum •.X EV n iuilt, charged With the c rime of I minR8 cam* in with two prison-,am‘nv ‘Herewith. They ore. Marcus Mcltaniel, and Riley McCurley of Palmer, I. T., who is charged with introducing liq* for small j*41*0    Prlmm.    riigfit    caller THREE BIG CHICAGO now deserted patrols, which are everywhere    'Jot the Frisco, Will McCabf MwrruKje Licenses Tuesday    ! f irmer °i t!    ^ ft’ a *<K,d |liar *n th(* Central    District. % vt7    „    firmer, tho Int ter’s brotherinlaw. The local niar-hal’s office is fall N- T. Aubrey and Nettie Sin But far the .true-, in the shin Lr k •    ,"™u“    s ainee I. lull gieton;W. D r«lhinKtoa and Bell] ment no crime weald J, I    busine-*    these    days. It is Singleton, all of Lula.    L„,    .    .    uId hate Iicen stated that the whiskey troubles j I . a it n, the parties | are unprecedented. The office hearing13 ^ ^    Jis besieged with letters from I, . o ,    neighboring places, complaining orison-cs “7 " seven j of the volume of liquor being prisoners were brought in from I smuggled in. -s,... »    “ r rod Foster and fieuu Kreiger of Ctuiter. PAUL W. ALLKN, Livery. Feed and Sale Stable. Horses Board d hylDay or Week. S«iusfa< ti*‘D Qrornni    itest, of Service ♦ Allen Livery Barn SoutJi Townsend’Are.,    Phone    64 GUS KRANNICH sOver F reeman’s Stor. i SHOULD.1 BE YOUR TAILOR Hive hundred of Hie latest rintnrint* jr-awass sir-*—*''—s ■n- GUS KRANNICH. K. C. Tailor Shop. -    .    Atiu,    I    I & Chitwood, The Tailor S10.00 off on all Tufter Mad* < >ne-ha!f off on all Misfits BANKING HOUSES FAILN0W MEG REMOVED ---I       —    ___ Chicago. 111., D«3c I*- liirce #f the largest financial institu lion- in the West—The Chien go National Bank. Home Savings Bank and the Equitable Tru*t Company—all of them controlled by John R. Walsh ofthDcitj, and in a groat measure owned b;, bim, suspended operations yesterday. The affairs will liq nidated as rapidly aa possible *ind they will go out of business. The immediate cause of the collapse of the institutions con trolled by Mr. Walsh is said to be the large amount of money which they have loaned to various private enterprises of his—notably the Southern Indiana Railway and the Bedford Quarries Company of Indiana. Delegate* Returned Oklahoma City. Ok., Dee 19. -J. H. Johnston, J. Hensley of this city and Lee Gr ice of Ardmore, and other single statehood delegates who went to Washington, returned today and say th**y feel confident tha« statehood will be granted at this session Mr* Cruce stated that President Roosevelt informed the delegates that they were entitled u> state-hood 'iud that if the present con gross did not grant it he would * iii) un extra session to consider the matter. Handsome Xmas Presents Come to the Presbyterian na zaar, Wednesday D**c. 2h, to go; bgHutjfui and use!iii presents. D INSTEAD OF RESIGNED: Washington, Dec. lit By direction of the president the attorney general has removed from • office William B. Johnson, United State* Attorney for the South* em district of Indian Territory. This follows tlio insistence of Mr. Johnson against the judgment of the president that the Chickasaw warrant cases should he prosecuted. He glve notice of resignation if the action in the warrant cases was longer deferred and his removal is doubt less connected with that intention. President Roosevelt recommended the dismissal of t e warrant ca-es to which Mr. Johnson took exception. To Out Of Town Shoppers. For the next 30 days you can get your railroad faro paid both ways, within a radius of 25 miles from Ada, bv buying $10.00 wo? th of merchandise (excepting groceries) of Reed & Harrison, Ada, I. r. Buy a round trip ticket and present the stub and your fate ,wili be refunded Reed A Harrison. 3t*232 4tw-3t> Uptodate bath rooms have just been in-tailed in the Palace Bar ber Shop, next door to English Kitchen, north side Main street. Everything scrupulously clean and the best of service. lot 220 George High Prop. Soc I’. K. dump for photo work. up-to-now 152-tf Now is the season to place your orders for ,«.! We handle the South McAlester. I pirate Fancy Lump Coal and canell v«»r“ dors on shortest notice OrvW ♦ v j 1? Fhe Ada National Bank. iamrHz< az    ti .I ,no- i-BARmNGER- v-« PRMW JONES Cathin OSV.UE    At,.    C„h.„ Lepital Stock. - . .    . Undivided Protits. - . . .  .....' .....•    JO,SGP. tk Blank. Furnished and Remittance, Made to the Love,,, fflcnt on Town Tx>t». ADA, CHICK ASAM’ NATION,JI NU. TRK. ;

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