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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 27, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 K>    OL    To take those handsome ll D Ta* & Coffee Co. everybody dws it.  sa bnama Presents <riven awav bv the  U * '•     1    W     vUIIW    VU.    Opposite    Postoffice  Presents given away by  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 27. 1906  TEMPERATURE TODAY:  At 8 p. ii... 55 degree*.  NUMBER 240  East  FINDS FATHER WTB  A LIFE TIME SEARCH  IN THE YEAR  No freight or any other item of expense will be charged on any piece of winter merchandise now remaining in our store during this week. Winter suits, winter over coats, winter dress goods, winter shoes and winter underwear must be cleaned up this week at and less than actual first cost. Let us supply the rest of your needs for winter clothing and shoes. The gain will be yours ......  COX-GREER  Dry Goods Company.  REVOLT AT MOSCOW  It reads not unlike romance, does the story of Henry Krotb. After twenty years patient, per sistent search for a loving father of whom lie had the dimmest childhood recollection, now at the age of twenty*live Henry > efforts ; have met with sudden success. To fully appreciate the joy with I which the young man received ' intelligence of his father, perhaps one must tirst suffer such a life* j time deprivation, all the time with the instinctive knowledge that the father still lived and ! loved.  I Henry Kroth was born near Waco, Texas- When he was two years of age his mother diod and his father, William VI. Kroth, j placed the child in the care of the mother’s sister until he should grow large enough to join Ins father. Thus he wa- reared,  ; Mr. Kroth supporting in comfort I both the child and aunt, until j th e years old. At this t ime Mr. Kroth, who was a railroad conductor, wrote that lie was coming ‘after his boy. The anni had nc-i come very much attache I to the little fellow and loath to give hi I up, hurriedly removed to the vie* j inity of Lehigh, I. I . carefully I covering her tracks  Not long afterward this aunt idled leaving the boy to Im* reared  by others of tier Kin and by strangers At the age of twelve he was thrown upon his own resources. During molt of the last twelve years he has struggled and rustled for himself in the neighborhood of Ada. I. T. He now occupies the position of freight clerk for the Frisco at thi- station, and is sn industrious young man of excellent character.  During all these year* he has made diligent nquiry for his I father, without so much aa hearing of a person hearing the name Kroth. However, he thought be heard when a child thai his fath et s people lived in Kansan Acting upon filii* impression, three week'* ago he wrote letters of I inquiry to every county recorder I in that '-Ute. A response from I one of these wrought the information that a wealthy old farmer of the nam a lived near Havens*  I Ville, Kansas  v oi»ng Kroth com-Imunicated at once with the atter and received yesterday a tele*  I gram from bin announcing that he is the grandf ither of whom  1  the boy i> a namesake and that the father resides at Antimony, j Howard County, Ark. Of cour-e I the son sent a t cleg ran to Ark-  I  I an-as immediately md to he with hi> father so I practicable.  MOST STOCKS  Are Badly Broken  expects  u oon as  It pays to keep in touch with with a house like ours . . . Trade with the Big Cash Store, where you can £et what vou call for .    .    .  Scott-Hoard Co  HAS BEEN CRUSHED  A DOUBLE LYNCHING  BROUGHT TO  St. Petersburg. Dec. 27.—Emperor Nicholas and Count Witte received la>t night a report from Gen. Doubassoff. Governor Gen era! of Moscow, saying that the revolt there had failed; that the military had the situation in hand and that whatever defection may have existed among the troops had been overcome by at -, di ed b*eks on them with revolvers | tion bombs, to which they bad |  selves with revolver* a a> they were Doing t house to house-  A terrible holocaust at the Syrin works >> workmen were sudd rounded by cavalry and The latter tired at tin which was soon in R ,i perished in the  rein  »d  do  ‘ olumoih, 8. Ch, Dee. 27.  News of a double Lynching at Barnwell Friday bas tw»en re On o! reived here  C1 " k, ’ :w  -u and tine \  The “Convict s  ID*  Sheriff C reech 1ms vvirk1 Governor Heyward that the affair wa* brutal murder; that  j mu ii ted plays et season will be -eon at the opera home  I annary  d  int!  and  been subjected from the windows and roofs of houses and which had so enraged them they could hardly be restrained.  Firing continued intermittenly throughout the day. At 5 o’clock automatic guns were used in Btrastner Square, but the insurgent* were becoming exhausted after their four day*' efforts, and the fighting was rapidly degenerating into guerrilla warfare. The insurgents were defending them*  fired in open daylight and that officers were guilty of dereliction o* duty.  H. S. Craddock, a well known  turner; umi superb offering and credit is dm* 'helpless prisoners were butch* to Managers Chitwood Con  slant for securing this excellent production. The Convict s I Daughter'’ is possessed of a well I defined plot, a story interestingly and oflectiveiy told. The cast is white merchant, was killed by all that could Tm desired, and all Frank and John Deloache, ne- J arc well adapted to their respect*  jgroes, who were arrested by the parts. I ho .soc me effects are  • ndifl.nf/'* * ui a \ i a    nu    good. and the prison scene in  indian Constable and locked up. Hie  Act  , y I)arUculftrlj thrillinR   men were taken out and shot to j They must be ...on to (ie fully ap-An Indian named Pompey Da,vi. | death with Kuna and pistols Kii predated, and tliose who fail to apparently became cnued with Hr-    |    see them will certainly do them  ■VT  PAUL VV. ALLEN,  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable  Horses Boarded by*Day or Week. ion Guaranteed.    Best,    cf    Scrv  Allen Livery Barn  ith Town send | A va..    Phone  *  •f  .1  u mu  Frenzied With Fife Wan  A revolting shooting od Christmas night at ar. dan* e two miles east of Sasakw *  lynching was  I solves an injustice.  GUS KRANNICH  SHOULD; BE YOUR TAILOR  t iv« humir«M of the latent uptodate styles just iwt*nV§d to elect from. Kit guaranteed tin every |garim‘nt mail* ii un shot  v, ir*5t Clasp workmanship, nu* motto.  GUS KRANNICH,  K. C. Tailor Shop. •    -    Ada,    I.    L  liquor and tired three suets at The news of the his wife, one of the shots taking j suppressed    j Money loaned on chattels and  effect in the arm of hi.- 1^ months! Sheriff Creech is preparing to i er °M s » on improved city property  Air trt hnilfl and <\n infprnmrripiJ  make arrests and Governor Hoy-  old baby He fled at once md at last reports was still snap prebend* ic.  POSTOFFICE POLITICS  or to build, and on intermarried citizen'^ surplus land, and on land ward announces he will sustain j where restrictions have f»een re  them.    j    moved    \V.    H.Ebey.    if    193  DIO INCENDIARY FIRE  BROUGHT RIM TO GRIEF  IN BUSINESS BLACK  Ardmore, I. T., Dec. 27.—H. s <Jonner of Purcell was placed rn the federal jail here last afternoon to serve a thirity days' sentence for e* ^ tempt of court. He was ref fitly fined $500 and given such jail sentence by Judge Dickerson at Purcell. Trouble grew out of Conner’s candidacy for appointment as postmaster at Purcell. Until recently he was assistant postmaster there and recently sued his opponent for appointment, C. D. Sun- berger, for slander in the sum of ten thousand dollars. Conviction i> the alleged result of Conners tampering with jury lists.  Died.  At trie pome of hp daughter, Mrs. Blackwood, in North Ada at S a. rn. Wednesday M Cum her land Polk, Aged 77 years-The remains will be interred in Rosedale cemetery Thursday at 10:80  The cause ol Mr. Pod s death is peculiar. Several days ago lie bit his tongue. Later blood poison sot up in the trivial wound, resulting fatally. He was an old settler in this section. His friends grieve with the tam ily over the passing of the pioneer.  Toilet sets, sterling silver mounted, at Brogue Bros. tf 222  Sulphur, I. T., Dec*. 27.—Fire early yesterday morning destroy ed four brick and stone buildings rn the west part of tile city. The tiro started in the dry goods os* tablishnient of J. B. Chambers and continued down tho line, destroying entirely the furniture stock of ll. F. Weems,, the dr.\ goods stock belonging to VY jll-iams A Henly and the drug stock belonging to Frame A Line. Insurance was carried on all the stocks and buildings. Total lo*>-es about $50,000, Tho tire is thought to be of incendiary origin and suspicions center upon a cer tain party who lives here.  15 DAYS ONLY *!?■'?Lf T*Sr 'I'"- 8 -""  *' ne 'hiilf on on all Misfits  CHitWOOd, The Tailor.  ♦WfMM I I I M’MI I* I »♦♦♦♦♦«»»§ »»+♦♦♦! »♦♦■*■ ♦»*»♦♦♦♦+  *  ll Fancy  Lumc  An Indian Killed.  Tishomingo, I. T., Dec. 27.— Clay burn McKinney, a ftill-blood Indian, was shot and instantly killed at 5 o clock last evening just outside the city limits. A shotgun was used, blowing Mc* Kinney’s brains out  Guy Keel, an Indian, was arrested and placed in jail. Kee s 8-year old son was v, witness to the shooting.  Mr, and Mrs. H. P Weskott of Dallas, who ha ve been visiting Mr. Wes twit t s parents, left Inst nght for St. L^uis.  COAL!  i.  o  Now is th** season to olace your orders tor cm.)ii We handle the South McAlester, Henryetta and Coalgate, Fancy Lump Coal and can til! your or tors on shortest notice. Orders to be delivered same day must he received bv 4 o’clock i> rn.  CRYSTAL ICE and COAL CO. ii  PHo na* No: 123 ♦    I    I    I    I    I    I    h+4    ll    *♦»♦»♦>    H    »<♦♦♦■>  rn  mm  The Ada National Bank.  TOV HOPE, President?    JN0.    L.    BARRINGER.    Vice    President  TRANK JONES Cashier ORVILLE SU40 Causer  .      $50**    RRM  .    .    **0    I f  Capital Stoc k, -    ......  Undivided Profits......-  B anki Furnished and Remittance* b ade »r the Govern ment on Town Pc**  ADA, CHICKASAW’ NATION IM I  KH   

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