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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 28, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 Ii’ 0  * Qliimo  To take those  handsome ll D T**    Cfi    But everybody does it.  Hod Ondlllg Presents given away by the    ■ •    I Cd    IX WU HCC WU* Onnosite Postoffice.  Opposite Postoffice.  WEATHER FORECAST  Tomorrow Kau  THE EVENING NEWS.  DEVOTED TO MAKINO ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  TEMPEMURE TODAY:  At 3 p. tit , 55 degrees.  VOLUME 2  ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 28, 1905  NUMBER 241  I** -' '  I LAST  week!  AN ARMED REBELLION  IN THE YEAR  PLANNED IN POLAND  No freight or any other item of expense will be charged on any piece of winter merchandise now remaining iii our store during this week. Winter suits, winter overcoats, 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  St. Petersburg, Dec. 28.—Ac* | cording to information received  I  I by the revolutionary lenders here I an armed rebellion on a large scale has been planned in Poland. The Socialist Revolutionaries, encouraged by the success of the insurgents in the Baltic provinces and by the situation at Moscow, and in Russia generally, have decided that the moment has come to try to cast otf the yoke of the autot*racy. The tactics to he followed are the "ame  as those adopted at Moscow, the rising to be preceded by a general strike, which already has  practically come into operation, bringing about half tile iailroad& in Poland to a standstill.  An open rebellion in Poland would seriously comnlieate the situ aion for the Government as, if it could gain enough headwiy to waarant reasonable hope of success, it probably would draw in the entire population aud the Government would practically I have to conquer the country.  BOY IS ACCIDENTALLY  KILLED BY BROTHER  COX-GREER  Dry Goods Company.  Vows readied town about noon of the violent death of a young man named Sutton, who live" tiv«*  Young Mjn Found Dead  Aid  mort;  l I T, Dec. 27.—The  or six mile* southwest First it  I lifeless bod5 of John Towery, a  J young man, wast discovered yesterday in Ins mom at the Caddo  .tnurant lie hid  PRESBYTERIANS HEO  | wa-? reported that the boy * s hot | himself this morning, but later it  ! wa- said lie was accidentally ."hot  I,    ,     4 .     VT  ,    .    ,    His    parents f  by    his brother.    No hither    de    .    .    •    .    I  j    Ardmore, out live in Petersburg,  I tails are procurable at this hou r. : j y please ti for the last four, J Officers have gone out to iuvesti | years had been employed at Al.  io family, lived in  j gate tlie tragedy.  Rice’s blacksmith shop  TO UNITE CHURCHES  St. Louis, Dee. 57.— A sub- against the proposed union of  committee of ttie general committee representing the Presbyterian and Cumberland churches met at the Southern hotel today to prepare for the session of the Satire body tomorrow when the details of the union of the two branches of the Presbyterian church which ha- already cen decided upon, will be consummated.  Representative* of the Presbyterian committee will hold a pre ▼ate meeting before the j >int conference, which will be the final preliminary meeting. Dr. J. M. Hulbert, of Machete Mo., of the Cumberland Presbyterian board of extension to day characterized the “loyal*’ members in Nashville who are protesting  tile iwo c*hurelies as “bolters."  TUE CHARGES AGAINST PARKER NOT SO SERIOUS  MOST STOCKS  Are Badly Broken  It pays to keep in touch with with a house like ours . . . Trade with the Big Cash Store, where you can get what you cal! for .    .    .  Scott-Hoard Co  —\V~  Died ot Apoplexy  An od gentleman about ffi 1  years old died at the oolite mines Wednesday at 4 p. rn. His name was Cornelius Nichols and he came here al>out one week ago from Tonkawa, Okla. lie wa* well and hearty up till eleven yesteiday when he was seized with apoplexy. The local lodge of Odd Fellows are expected to make funeral arrangement", he being a member of that order.  The Little Rock Fire.  Little Rock, Ark., Dec. 27.— The Lire which broke out here Tuesday morning was got under control after it had destroyed one block. The loss is about $100, OOO.  Washington, D. G. t  Dec. 2S. -Officials at the department of justice do not tune seriously th** charges preferred against L K. Parker, Jr., of Vinita, recently appointed Cubed Stab'" judge! for the northern district of Indian Territory.  When seen today, a high official at the department acknowledged  a- not ti# compromise Parkei.  PL im inform ition was given with the understanding that it did not represent the final action of the department  Married and Serenaded  Deputy Clerk Constant this forenoon is-ued marriage license to O. T. Rigsby, iiged 02, and  ?  +  +  PAUL VV. ALLEN.  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.  Horses Boarded by’Day or Week Satisfaction Guaranteed.    Rest    of    Service.  Allen Livery Barn  South Townsend'Ave,.    Phone    84,  -Q-  4*  •4*  *  J  PRESIDENT AND FAMILY  North Garden, Va., Dec. 28.— Presi lent Roosevelt and party arrived here last afternoon- Ti ie parte took carriages immediately for Pine Knob, Mrs. Roosevelt's pine a *!  Washington, Dec. 28.—President Roosevelt will pa*s his holidays at Pine Knob, th* pretty little e-tate in Virginia, acquired about a year ago by M rs. Boos eveit.  Accompanied by Mrs. Roosevelt and their children Miss Ethel, Kermit and Archie, th** president left Washington yes terday for a five day’s outing The president was accompanied on the trip by M. C. Latta, his personal stenographer, and James  Sloane, the president’s secret service guard.    ......  Ice Plant Burned.  Weleetka, I. T., Dec. 28 - Before daylight Tuesday tire of unknown origin destroyed the plant of the Canadian Valley lee, Light and Power Co., in this city. The city is temporarily without ice, water and light. Loss $40,ooo With no insurance.  Rev. Erwin, who is to load the singing during the revival at the jC. P. Church, will arrive tomor-i row. All the singers of the city  1  are requested to meet at th * C. P. Church Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30 to organize the big chob 1 .  Mr. ar^d Mrs. ll. Woodard are in Konp.tfa visiting their daugh ter.  .    ... . ,MisS May Moore, rged 38,  the charges against the Vinita  4l f  man, but said that the money involved was unit h smaller than $2,000, previously stated in these dispatches.  It was inferred from his remarks that the transaction between Parker and the liquor men took place after Parker served his connection with Soper, assistant United States attorney and that tim transaction was such  both  Ada, and without delay pro ceeded to perform tile ceremony. The instant the ceremony wa" finished a crowd of court house attaches, friends o f  the groom, from the adjument apartments started a big clangorous serenade In the hurried preparation for the ovation various musical instruments were improvised, tin buckets and eonl scuttles predom ina'ing The discount din Has like unto that which jarred down the walls of Jericho.  AT VIRGINIA ESTATE AN OKLAHOMA BANK  WRECKED AND ROBBED  Oklahoma City, Ok , Dec. 28— The bank of Moore, at Moore, a small town ten miles south of here, was robbed of $1,129 at an early hour yesterday. The safe was blown open with nitroglycerine and the hank building was partially wrecked. A crowbar, picks and other tools taken from the Santa Fe tool house were found near by. The burglars escaped on a hand car, which was found near this city this morning. It is believed the men are in hiding here, and a thorough search of the City is being made. Tho depositors will lose nothing, aa the loss was insured.  Disastrous Fire at Hugo.  Hugo, I. T , Dec. 28. —A heavy fire at Fort Towson Christmas night destroyed Wilson Bros ’ merchantile establishment and some smaller concerns. Wilson Brog. .sustained a loss of $175,000 about half covered by insurance. The origin of the too is unknown.  Staggs-Caflrey  There was a quiet wedding yesterday st. 5 p. m. when Rev John A. W ill fims tied the knot joining iii marriage Mr. John Staggs of Ada and M rs. Frances B. Cnffiey of Hillsboro, Mo lhe-y will reside two miles northeast of Ada.  w—^ ■ ii——wwb    mi  GUS KRANNICH  (Over Freeman’s Store  SHOULDICE YOUR TAILOR  Five hundred of the latest nptodate styles just received to select from. . F t guaranteed on every •(garment made iii my shop First class workmanship, my motto.  GUS KRANNICH,  K. C. Tailor Shop. -    -    Ada,    I.    T.  15 DAYS ONLY $ 10 -°° Off °n *11 Tailor Marie Suit*  ■EBHBHavsnHHHxsBDSfMM Uoe-lialf off Dll nil Mlt-tits  ^ Chitwood, TKeTailer.  444* !■ b h  Fancy  JZT  Lump COAL!  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. Order»to be delivered Biune day must be received by 4 o'clock p. rn. /  CRYSTAL ICE and COAL CO. ii  PKonw. Not 123 ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ I I > ll t |»|# I I ti I »»»»»»+»■»  NM  ti  The Ada National Ban  TOW HOPE, Prudent?    INO. L. BARRINGER,' Vice President  FRANK JONES Cashier ORVILLE SNF AO. Assi Cashier  Capital Stock, - * -    .    * .    $5*',000.00  Undivided Profits. -    ...    2ih2<H).(*o  Blanks Furnished and Rem'Hance* Made to the Government on Town *#ots.  ADA, CHICKASAW NATION, IND. TER  mm***    ■    m*m   

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