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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 20, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 U>® ^ QL, m . To take those handsome ll    D T« a  & Coffee Co B“t everybody does It. It 8 a Ona ms Presents given away by the  U * * •  1 6(1  * V/UIICC V/U. opposite Postoffice.  WEATHER FORECAST:  Tomorrow Fair.  VOLUME 2  THE EVENING NEWS.  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 20, 1905  TEMPERATURE TODAY:  At 3 p. rn , 44 degree*.  NUMBER 235  Ladies Sample  RAINCOATS  AND CLOAKS:  NATIONAL GINNERS IN  ANNUAL CONVENTION  Dallas. Texas, I’cc. ‘JO.- Tile !ir**t annual convention of the Na* Banal Ginners' Association was hold here .yesterday. The con-  ek'cted to succeed himself a* sec rotary by acclamation.  “A resolution, offered bv S. T. Williams of Purcell, I T, asking  This season’s cloak business with manufacturers is over hut 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 ranging in value from $10 OO to SIS.OO 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 w ill be sold in a few days.  I  I vention was held behind dosed the abolition of the Bureau of Ag j doors at the Commercial Club. rieultuie’a cotton crop estimates, I I Three sessions were held in all, Uvas adopted and all Southern j morning, afternoon and evening, j Senators and Congressmen re* j After the night session Score quested to urge the passage of ! tar.v Blackwell gave out tin* fol such measure through Congress. J lowing statement in part:    “Four    blind red andeigthy nine;  “At a well attended meeting of j thousand, tiw hundred and two the National Ginners A-.suciation, J ty bales is the actual amount of Dr. I) C. Coin best, a planter and Cotton ginned from December I ! ginner of Prosper, Collin county, to December Iii, inclusive Ibis, was elected president to sueeeed D part of the bale report which Ll, A Taylor of Wynnewood, I I. twill hp completed and issued to-  •    i  | N. T. Blackwell of Dallas wa> re morrow.’*  ADA WILL GO HER LIMIT FOO THE NEW RAILROAD  TI  IMMEDIATE AND DISTINCT  SUCCESSES  Scott-Hoard Co.  AND  The Lillies' Heme loud Fallens  TUE FIE DISTRIBUTORS  TO CATHER AT GUTHRIE  Washington, Dec. 20.— 1 Oklaho pire early in tile spiing. ma politicians me to meet at lh^ro are al>o a number of Guthrie next week to consider registers and receivers of land the question of a distribution of offices to be named, and it D said the Federal offices. Mr. Mc that the President has promised Guiro will be there, and Ca pf to recognize Mr. McGuire's in Frank Frantz, who is to he g*»v dorseinents for these places.  A mass meeting was held from j determined effort to as nearly 2to 4 o'clock this afternoon in the meet the demands of the presi-interest of meeting a proposition dent of the road as it is at all pus-of Oklahoma C entral Railroad to Mble. come to Ada.    (Mew    Enterprise.  Talk* were made by    a    large    Oklahoma City, Ok., DfC. ‘JO.—  number of citizen, present.    j A new daily palier, the Muter  A motion |>ie\ail*'d that tin* j    was Launched Liere Monday I  committee make one other butte,  hy K . Tinkam. It is a ton-inch, effort to increase tile amount a1- four column, four pane palier, it ready Kitbscribed, to the jtre.it-; j,  14  reform paper.   1  est amount possible, and    to    *    ff-*r ,     4 1    'This week the city council Ims  such amount to the management    .    ii,    *    ......    ,  again tailed to secure a quorum  in satisfy ition to bushi the road j  fo  y ra ,, SJ 4, t business, outwith i into A la.    standing numerous matters need  Hie m 'eting was very earnest, attention, notably cemetery affairs (and the committee will make a|and kti*> r tubs.  FORTY PEOPLE INJURED |  IN ELEVATED WRECK  Alike they have met with an enthusiastic welcome by the public. Alike they tit info the economy of the hour.  — MANY POINTS OF SIMILARITY —  The pattern is new,. practical, winsomely presented — distinctly sn improvement over the be^t heretofore, and at the right price, too.  Tie* -‘tore is new also; bright, attractive, broad guage and liberal in ixtlicv; fictive, clever and resourceful in management, with tin* willingness and ability to *ell good merchandise cheap decidedly an improvement ove? everything hereabouts.  Ifs a great combination. The Right Pattern for the Best Stole. The Right Stole for tin' Be>t Pattern.  Scott-Hoard Co  ADA. INDIAN TURK’l l ORN  The Big Cash Store  Your Money's W orth or Your Money Back.  r  LE  PAUL W. ALLEN,  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.  Horses Boarded by Day or Week. Satisfaction Guaranteed.    Best of Service.  Allen Livery Barn  South Townsend Ave,,    Phone    64.  tmxs.Q,  4*  .J  GUS KRANNICH  ernor, as well as C. M Cade, chairman of the Territorial Re publican National Committee. It w ll be their purpose to agree as 11 who shall be recommended for all Pie offi ^es that are to be available for the next few months. The most important of these is that of Territorial Secretary, now held by William Grimes. Mar s’lal Fossett's time will also ex  Choctaw Badly Wounded  South McAlester, I. I., Dec 120.—Marcus Bettise, a Choctaw I chan, whose home is iii Hugo lies at All Saints’ Hospital at the point of death as a result of live wound*, lorn Wright is in custody to await the results.  I the  lf von want it known tell it to ? N ews.  TRE JOHNSON AFFAIR IS CONFUSION CONFOUNDED  New York, Dec 2b. In one of tilt' mos r  extraordinary accidents I known to American railroading, two heavily crowded passenger trains came together on tin* elevated tracks of the New York Central and Hudson River Railroad | last night near loth street in Harlem. One man, TW. Knapp, of New Rochelle wa* killed and forty person* were more or le>s seriously injured  the side of tho structure.  John D Hem, engineer of the I express train, was arrested to night on the charge of manslaughter, and later was released I on hail. _  Hoodle-Tas at Miss Haynes’.  The Doodle Tas me* in regular session Monday evening at the j home of Miss Haynes on South Broadway.    I  Atter a brief business session the club was entertained withal guessing contest which the  iFirer Freeman’* St  SHOULD, BF YOUR TAILOR  Five ii untired «>f the latent uptodate style* received to select from. Fit guaranteed on every {garment math* iii my shop. First class workmanship, mv motto.  GUS KRANNICH,  K. C. Tailor Shop. -    -    Ada,    I.    T.  The tracks at tho point of the collision are about thirty feet in the air. This made the work of rescue difficult, and lent materially to the terror of the passengers Fire apparatus from several I stations were summoned and I many persons were rescued by and ex-Gov. Mosley    of    the    Chick- means of ladders placed against  a>aw    Nation had    been    nolle    pos-   —  sesed, in accordance with the  called, and it is probable that Mr. .Johnson will be suffered to serve until the end of his term, which will be Jan IG Not only was the dismissal of Mr. Johnson recommended, but it may be s id on good authority that the President decided on that course, but very shortly afterward reversed himself, to use a phrase common with the lawyers.  The greatest possible retcenee is observed ut the department of justice concerning this case. In reply to the direct question, however, whether the indictments against the members of the firm of Mansfield, McMurray & Cornish and Gov. Johnson  Wasington, Dee. 20-—The De. partinent of Justice’s recommendation that W. LL Johnson he dismissed as United Stites At-j instructions of the Department torney for the Southern District j of Justice, it was said that they of Indian Territory has been re- had not. Why they had not been  dismissed can not be learned authoritatively iii Washington The gossip is that Mr. Johnson has peremptorily refued to obey instructions of the Department of Justice^ ___  The “Merry Tramps.”  The attraction at the opera house Tuesday night, “Two Merry Tramps,” was the best an Ada audience has been favored with in a long time. In fact the troupe deserve a less vulgar and more dignified name than the one they bear. While the performance was all roaring farce and lit tie specialties of the vaudeville variety, it was a good, clever entertainment. The opera house management is t<> be congratulated.  hostess had cleverly arranged. I Mis* Thompson captured the priz■'—i lovely box of candy.  The club wr* charmingly en ; tenained with vocal and instru mental solos rendered by the talented members. A dainty 5 luncheon was served, after which the clnb adj turned to meet with Miss McCoy    next Monday  evening.  15 DAYS ONI V $ iai>0 off on  Made Suits  ‘WH f Lie-half off on all Misfits  CKitWOOd, The Tailor.  I  ii Fancy  jc? Lump  COAL!  GOVERNMENT REPORTS SHOWS 9,282,000 DALES  Tho government ginners* re port, made public at 12 in., Wednesday, shows 9 2S2JKX) bales of cotton ginned up to Dec ll. The immediate effect on tho New York market was a decline of twenty points, but at the close there was a full recovery. At first it was considered a bearish report, but upon further reflection was found not so. March futures closed at 12:02, the same as before publication of the report.  The government report is  Now is the season to place your orders for coal.  We handle the South McAlester, Henryetta and Coalgate, Fancy Lump Coal and can fill your orders on shortest notice. Orders to be delivered same day inu>t he received by 4 o'clock p. in.  CRYSTAL ICE and COAL CO. {  P hone Nos 12 2  JOG,4*0 bale* in excess of the National Ginners' published yesterday.  The Sunday Schoals of the First Baptist Church and the Second Baptist. Church of Ada will have a Christmas tree at the First Baptist Church, Saturday evening Dec. 23. All wishing to assist and cooperate with them will see the committee at the church. All who wish to put presents on the tree for their friends are invited to do ho. Everybody is cordially invited to attend.  The Ada National Bank.  TOM HOPE, President?    INO    I.    BARRINGER.'    Vice President.  FRANK JONES Cashier. ORVILLE SNEAD. Asst Cashier  Capital Stock, * - -     $50,900.00  Undivided Profits,..........20,200.00  Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Government on Town *x>ts.  ADA, CHICKASAW’ NATION,ElND. TER,   

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