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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 21, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma A f It*. _ OL,-. To take those handsome ll D T« a SL P/yflW But everybody does It ll 8 3 oname Presents given away by the ^' • ■ wUllvv VV* Opposite Postoffice. WEATHER FORECAST: Tomorrow Fair. VOLUME 2 THE EVENING NEWS DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY A DA. INDIAN TERRITORY. THURSDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 21, 1905 TEMPERATURE TODAY: At 3 p. rn., 5fi degree*. NUMBER 236 [Practical! CHRISTMAS I Presents ll DELEGATE DEAN BRINGS ENCODRAGING TIDINGS ^ Ladies fine cloaks; Ladies fine furs; Mens and Ladies ties, handkerchiefs, purses, and gloves. Mens suspenders, hose, shirts, mufflers; Ladies collars,shawls, belts and fascinators; . rugs, table linens, dress patterns; waist patterns; Mens and Ladies slippers and juliaette and fine hosiery. You can here secure beautiful, practical Christmas presents which will be highly appreciated. 3. \V. Dean, the Albert J. Bev eridge Club’s Washington repre , sensitive, returned from W ash* I ington this afternoon. The News I reporter called on him rind Mr. j Dean spoke of the Washington I trip. The statehood delegation I to which he was attached iiuring | their several days’ day, advanced j the cause of statehood in every manner possible, and it is Ins i belief much good wa* accomplished. The statehood bill will not j bo reported from the committee to the bolide uutil after the holi- their will. Mr. Dean says ti at most evidently Senator Bever, idge, w itll t ie great majority * I Republica! senators, to assist, will rna.e herculean effort to force the passage of the bill in it* hou^e form. It is Judge Dean's opinion that in tho eveut the bill could not be passed except tile ouininu* feature be remove'!, that Mr. Beveridge would agree to a separation, and that Indian and Oklahoma Territories would be given statehood. He thinks statehood is an assured fact, though I days. Mr. Dean says tin' prohi* the signs are such legislation will I bition question is pi incipally Hic not be coacted until spring. present cause of delay. j Mr, Doan was the recipient of I It is his opinion that when the J many courtesies from Morris bill is presented to the house the Let us serve you © COX-GREER Dry Goods Company. fk •ame will be readily passed, and that the arduous, crucial course of tho hill will be its journey | through the Senate. There, Mr. • Foraker, with Iii* Republican al-j lies, in concert with the Demo-lcratic contingent, will demand ; the separation from the bill the I omnibus feature, and will utihze i * I every advantage of numbers and Before buying j parliamentary lienetit to sustain j Warren. Sheppard of the 1st District of Texa-, for which Mr. Sheppard’s * I many friend* in Ada are duly ap -j pi eclat ive. CHRISTMAS Suggestions FOR MEN Nice Umbrellas Silk Scarf*, in Individual Boxes Suspenders in Neat Patterns Fancy Hosiery (loud Linen and Silk Handkerchief* Hag Ie Shirts Neckties in Separate Boxes Suit Case* FOR LADIES Nice Parasol Fancy Collars Embroidered Handkerchief* Kid Gloves Fancy Neck Ribbon* Hand Bags \ Shirt Waist* Furs Coat* Mr. Aldridge, a pioneer alder-; man and busine** man of Ada, but now residing in the Seminole! country, i* in the city today en route to Tennessee. diamonds ‘233 tit see a j JACKSON DAY BANQUET FOR BOTH TERRITORIES Andrew Jackson’s anniversary I the twin territorial democracy' Jan. will be commemorated by The big function shout I result in the democrats of the two terri- j much benefit to the party, tories by a big banquet at Okl i- homa City. The price of plate* Christmas and Mew Years Holiday THIRTEENTH ROUND WAS LANKY ROB'S WATERLOO I FOR THE LITTLE FELLOWS Nice Fur Sets, Good Warm Gloves Nice Knit Toques, Dressy Shoes for Little men and women and numerous other articles suitable for gifts. Scott-Hoard Co til M will be th} democratic dollar At least live hundred of Old Hic kory’s devotees are expected to attend. It i* open to any dom Excursion r*ito* via tho Frisco. Rite one ana one third fare for tie* round ti in, but nothing less than 50 cent*. ... , n., . * - ■ Picket* on Milo December 22nd OC rat with a dollar, There willh 3r(1 , 24th, Jot Ii, 3'Hh and .‘IIM, be ten toasts responded to: two j md January Isl. Limit for re by distinguished democrats from abroad and four each by rep- ehanic * Pavilion, San Fran | doubt, Fi'zrimmona alway* man- I cisco, Cal. 21. Robert Fit/, im- ag id to come t> and resume ti e mons collapsed at the close of the fight. Just at the close of the thirteenth round of hi* tight with |t i tcenth round he landed a left .lick O'Brien. Ile had fought on O'Brien’* stomach, but the bird, but nature could not stand Philadelphian came back with *JL I 0 the strain, and after the gong had ] similar blow* and followed them I# sounded for the close of the with a left to the jaw. The gong thirteenth round he walked to his rang for the close of the round corner and sat in hi* chair. I hen and Fifz walked to his corner. his head fell over on his breast, He sat down and said to (iraney: his whole body collapsed, and the "Eidie, he hit in the stomach fighting wonder of the age was and it is all over. "a1 in.' hit/, announces this is his last Referee (iraney saw his con- light dIlion and awarded the tight to rni . . I lie Mew* 1*. the advertising “Ny— ILI •f * rn PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. Horses Boarded by"Day or Week. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Best of Service. Allen Livery Barn South TownsendjAve., * Phone t>4. TI * + * - J resentative deuiosiat* of the two territories. It is a compliment to Ada that of the four assigned to Indian Territory, Judge ll. M. Furman is one. His subject! (I'Bri’i * uv. . .i;- I s turn January 4th, 190b. For in-1 medium. It reaches; it 1* read. formation as to what points we | " llll « Punched in tho face and it courts comparisons. Talk to can sell, rate*, etc., call on badly cut up and several times in the manager about it. I. McNair, Agent, 11 ■ 11 ■■ ■ ........ —__—■ ■■■■ ■ ■■■■ ■■ Ada, I. T. Money loaned on chattel* and crops, on improved city property THE STRIKE SPREADING GUS KRANNICH ii over Freeman** Store) SHOULD: BE YOUR TAILOR Five hundred of the latest uptodmte styles just received to select from. Fit guaranteed on every fgurment made in my shop. First class workmanship, my motto. GUS KRANNICH, K. C. Tailor Shop. Ada, I. T. ... . . . , , or *° build, and on intermarried will he Tho Sovereignty of the | citizen’- surplusTand, and on land I where restriction* have been re-1 moved. \V. II. Ebev. tf 193 Citizen." I he arrangement* are in the hands of a committee ap poi lied by the two chairmen o th** executive committees of RAPIDLY OVER RUSSIA Get your temoval of restriction blanks at this office. if $10.00 off on all Tailor Made Suits One half off on all Misfits I5DAYSONLY ChitWOod, The Tailor. ENEMIES IN THE COURT DELAY CONFIRMATION St, Petersburg, Dec. ‘JI. Re- of arrest, etc- Tile next move por » received hora from Mas I will hp to declare a state of seige, cow late la*t afternoon indicate!: that the general strike was suc- i 1 which the military .supersedes Fancy cest* fully inaugurated and i* Washington, Dec. 21.—Tile failure f the Senate to confirm the nomination of Judge L F. Parker Jr. to be Judge of the Northern District, when it did the appointments of Judges Clayton, Townsend and Lawrence, made at the same time, is due to the efforts of some gentlemen in the Territory hr "tile to Judge Parker. There is no likelihood that the nomina lion of Judge Parker will be rejected. It is probibie, on tic* contrary, that it will be confit* rued immediately after the holiday adjournment. Apropos of Territory appointment.*, the appointment of Leo Bennett today to be Marshal is probably the last that will be made until after the rea*semblage of Congress. There was no op* position to Mr. Bennett, and at the Department of Justice it was S lid his record had been excellent. ; W. II. Morris of Pauls Valley, who is an applicant for the Attorneyship for the Southern District, 'is here. International Live Stock Exposition. j Chicago, 111., Dec. IO to 23, I 1905. For this occasion the j Frisco will sell tickets at rate of I $25 OO for round trip. Dates of jsile December 16th to 19th, in-■ elusive. Final return limit December 24th. 1905. civil power. spreading rapidly. Even the ole- ! I*'** expected that the inaug-ctrie light plants arc dosed. , **ration of tho strike here toinor-(10Y. Gen. Douhassoll has <h - row will he followed by a similar dared the city to be in a partial ; measure, but if the situation bestain of seige, wich give* the civ-J comes worse, a* anticipated, ii authorities exceptional powers j martial law will be declared. Lump COAL! I # I i CONVICTS TORN HEROES Now is tin' season to place your order* for coil. We handle the South McAlester, Henryetta and Coalgate, Fancy Lump Coal and can till your orders on shortest notice. Order* to be delivered same day must l»e received by 4 o’clock p. rn. CRYSTAL ICE and COAL CO Phon* No* 122 y ll 11 IIM-1 * Good values Sprague Bros. in diamond* at 222 tf New h 01k, Dec. 21. — Men for I from the hospital bod* fifty got that they were convict* anti I mon' remembered that they were men I 'I tm ll,in . * j on Blackwell’s Island early yes about them tcrday morning when the male I through nu prisoners, marshaled by thd» I only cease keepers into a tiro lighting and brought out in their arms the fast File Ada National Bank. ■ were crackling all and they plunged dense smoke and when thor hud JN0. L. BARRINGER. Vice President. ORVILLE SNEAD. Ass! Cashier .......$;>! !,00O.(Hl .......2M,2tH).0t life-saving corp*, bore from Die naming floors of the woman’s wards 594 frantic women aud TOW HOPE, President? FRANK JONES Cashier. Capital Stock, - - -Undivided Profits. - - Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Govern ment on Town Lots. of tin* women prisoner*. The tire wa* confined to the woman*’ work house. ADA, CHICKASAW NATIONS IND. TEK f
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