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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 23, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma CHRISTMAS FOR MEN Nice Parasol Haney Collars Embroidered Handkerchiefs Kid Gloves Fancy Neck Ribbons Hand Haps Shirt Waists Furs Coats Nice Umbrellas Silk Scarfs, in Individual Boxes Suspender* in Neat Patterns Fancy Hosiery Good Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs Eagle Shirts Neckties in Separate Boxes Suit Cases 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 sifts. It’S a Shame Resents giverfaway bythe U* P. Tea & Coffee CO. ^sUe^toffic^ WEATHER FORECAST: Tomorrow Fair. VOLUME 2 THE EVENING NEWS. DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA a LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY ' lDA . orotAir territory. Saturday evening, december 33. 1905 TEMPERATURE TODAY: At 3 p. rn., 4b degrees. NUMBER 238 Practical CHRISTMAS Presents! *i THE CHRISTMAS CHM functions fob tonight I I he Presbyt‘ruin and Cum I Sell Surface . | berhmd Presbyterians will have a I McAlester, I. T., Hee. *u iou Chibtmas tree and enter- 23—At on adjourned mass meet* t tinn out at the church of the held bere resolutions wire ! latter. ! adopted memorializing Congress I The Methodist* will have an j to puss a law providing for the . ,1 lliwi sale at public auction to the nigh- intoipst iii/ NundaV ^tdiL'Ol uuu \ . I K est bidder the surface of sogre- , Clans program. I J cou | Iandls other than those j The two Baptist churches "iii I j n( .i u q 0 d within existing town m , M . w j ioin in a big Tree at tho Fir>t j sites, the lunds to be sold in 2 Ladies fine cloaks; Ladies fine furs; Mens and $ . ‘ Z Ladies ties, handkerchiefs, purses, M 1 Ilu 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 atli fine hosiery. You can here secure beautiful, practical Christmas presents which will be highly appreciated. Ai the Christian church then* xviii he si Christ inns tree un! do lightful exercises bv tho etui d iv ii. tracts of not less than ton nor 1 nolo than >i x Ii mid rod and forty I UC! O' Big cut in watches at (J- •). Warren iSc Co, 233*tit CHICKASAWS REASSERT SOME OLD LAND CLAIMS Government Wolf Hunts. ® '■ Dry Goods Company. IIL WITH ITS OWN BEVERAGE Some folks they think tliat Sank Clau5 Rides 'round on wheels of flame "It cuts no ice" on what he rides He gifs thar jep the ^ame. Ardmore, I. T., Der. *23.--Be- J II of ‘FV’f* Vdll ll fore uijoi rnnieut at 'I bhomingo, j m the Chicka>aw legislature forced La" ton, Ok., Dec. 23.—In 01 M an important immioml aakirg der to exterminate the “loiter, i——- ” " \ 8 t!ia t toi gres^ r* imburse the or lobo wolves which abound i : 4T* A 'IC «. "RL ^ y i , ! I rhickuMi.v tribe of L.dcms for such numbers in the WHiit I V-/ A ““ ^ u J pi , wl ioh IS ro , v occupied Mountain** Ha to be very destrm ^ bv white frettier* iu the Kiowa live to Mn&il stock, Socretar and t cm manchu reset valiums ■ VIT • i sui* 1 . the t bepart niant of Ag Kl — 1 ——-——“ —■ 1 ma a , ^ wt. A-h was formerly known rieulfuie bas instructed K. ^ u;: 5 ! ui‘\ from Uiekasaw n© vc rn mc : * tote a hi wolf Ll P’s, It _ \ portion of this land was paid first of these big hunts will bel — for bi l s p;>. Tho balance, it is hold north of Lawton in tho for*|| claimed, has never been paid for. est reserve of 40,000 acres on;0 There 13 some contention 00 Jan. 1!, and continue ti oui month tween the government and tho to month till all tho wolves are Chic lea-aw nation oyer the in it* killed. The department B look I tor aud congress is asked to mg toward the establishment 01 j re i, n bur*e the Indian** for the! the Wichita Preserve, and con-1 ^ . . , j njlima j bidian curios at Sprague Bros, j, , , j ^j <t * t lequently came this order. A tire yesterday consumed toe jf t content- of the Oklahoma Icp ^ and Brewing Company's cold storage plant, entailing a lo— of j $75,nOo. This plant wa- purchas ed last week by Adolphus Busch, the St Louis brewer. Joseph D I Baumgertner, driver of a mea’ wagon, has been arrested on a •warrant sworn out by ll ^ Thompson, manager of the brew ery, on the charge of being the incendiary. He says he is innocent. The tire started at 6 o'clock and burned eight hours, during which time tile city furnished n< water on account of lepairs be im made at the water works 1 Tint After the firemen had exhaust ed their chemicals and water for ni'le d by the ice plant, the.' we ye instructed to at-ach a hose to the brewery. For more than one hour beer was forced upon the ii uues, hooding the buildup and vicinity for blocks. I i-contended th.it -honid the Question arise the city could be <■ un pelied to p i.\ for the loss of tie beer. __________________________ Mysterious Disappearance. Friday morning at 6 o clock Mr. G. W Bickers tall, w ho reside- in North Ada,left ids hou-e. Hinting to Mrs. BicketstntT th it he would beback soon. lie has not bern seen or heard of sine*!. Wh*‘1 he departed hewasnfoDi and wore no overcoat. Parties have followed his tracks to the creek, aud ii is reported that bef was seen wandering along tin bs»*ks of the creek. It was rumored t<» sc me extent on the sheets that Mr. Bickers-taff had absconded, having defrauded creditors But his neighbor, Mr. S. Iv. Tolbert has investigated the reroi tin and says that such a report is absurd. So, the disappearance cf the man remains quite a mystery. Naturally bn family are much distressed over the incident. PAUL VV. ALLEN, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. Horses Boarded by'Day or Week. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Best of Service. Allen Livery Barn South TownsendjAve.. * Phone 64, (GUS KRANNICH 11 (Over Freeman's Store) SHOULD! BE YOUR TAILOR Five hundred of the latest uptodatc styles ju-t received to select from. Fit guaranteed on every<|gamient made in my shop. First class workmanship, my motto. GUS KRANNICH, K. C. Tailor Shop. - - Ada, I. T. jill iii 'im' iMnr— raw 1 wit mrnrnmmmmm t| J I5DAYSONLV ; J& CBitWOOd, TKeT^Uo^ SlO.bO off on all Tailor Made Suits )ne-half off on all Misfit* Fancy COAL! CRY STAL ICE and COAL CO. J Phone No: 122 J .fr.fr.fr fr.fr .fr.p4. ^4*4* 4* *5*-S~T-4» 4.4* 4--7*4»»fr»l , '> , I* v‘fr‘fr*i» 4*-P , fr4 ,, M ,, fr Tile Asia National Bank. TOW HOPE. President; JN0. L. BARRINGER,’ Vice President. F(IANX JONES Cashier. ORVILLE SNEA0. Asst Cashier Capital Stock, - - • ....... Undivided Profits...........*20,200.00 Clanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Government on Town *x>ts. ADA. CHICKASAW NATION.; IND. TKR.
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