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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 29, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 |4>- - OL.-.. To take those handsome ll D Ta* & ftnflW Hft But everybody does it  It 8 3 01131116 Presents given aw ay by the    ®    V*Ullf5t5    UU.    opposite Postoffice.  WEATHER FORFCAST:  Tomorrow Fair.  THE EVENING NEWS.  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  TEMPERATURE TODAY:  At 3 p. ft, . 55 degree*.  VOLUME 2  ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY, FRIDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 29, 1905  NUMBER 242  Ilasthneek 1   IN THE YEAR  SIMPLY ANOTHER EMPTY  CON THAT WAS LOADED  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 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 ......  The detailed story of young Sutton's tragic death, meagerly mentioned in Thursday’s New*, is hm follows:  The father, V. B Sutton, lives six miles northwest of Ada, on the Hebee road. He is visiting in Alabama. The rest of the family are away in Texa*, except the two boys, Marion aged fifteen and Clem seventeen. Thursday morning about seven, before Marion had risen, they began playing or * fooling” with a pistol. Not knowing, of course th it the weapon was loaded, Clem proceeded to snap at his brother with the result that the gun was di»charg*d striking Marion centrally in the forehead, causing in  stant death. Clem dropped the pistol and ran terror stricken to a neighbor’s house to tell the awful spiry.  Neighbors came to town later and tried to reach the father bv wire, hut without success. Officers went out in the afternoon to inve*tigite and brought Clem back. Ile was placed in jiil, but was soon released on his promise to appear before the U. S. Commissioner this morning. Although it is urquestionably a case of boyish c»irle*sness and innocent intent, the officers wished to h ive some kind of formal hearing in the matter. The'little fellow is overwhelmed with 1  grief.  rn  COX-GREER  Dry Goods Company.  TOWN OF OWL SWEPT  DY DESTRUCTIVE FLAMES  Owl, I. T.. Hee. 29 —At about ] midflight fire was discovered in I Jones & Ca rn rick’s drug store,;  i    i  I whi* Ii t>n ac *ount of the Idyll! i wind s* on ►prend tr* the adj tining! bondings, A♦ J doting the drug| I - tore was the new telephone of-) | bet* in course <f constr uc i in. I switchboard saved. Building was owned by Dr. Codj? ‘'Tint? j | rn xt building to fall prey to the*«  I ti urn's wa* the Owl Tribune I which was a total loss. I h*s pro ; iii ietor and his family of thra*! little ones barely escape I with I their lives. TU* next  Im  GOVERNMENT EXPERTS  EXAMINE COUNTERFEITS  turn ti tire store of Jones Si Bryant from which only a few coffins were >aved* Toe origin of the are i* unki own.  Farmers,’ Union Meeting  On January 4. 5 and 6 the Far-1111*' Un on of the lh Ii recording d i *» t r * ct w i I hold it* quarterly  in**ettig j tx the Union Hall tit Ada  MOST STOCKS  Are Badly BroKen  It pays to keep in touch with with a house like ours . . . Trade with the Bis Cash Store, where you can get what you call for . .    .  II  I I  Scott-Hoard Co  Ll  Shawnee, Ok., Hee. *29— B. X Books of W ashing ton, I). U., author of’Cir Paper Cuirency,” and forty-one veals an expel t in tile service of rn** Government, and one of the highest salaried men in the depirtment «ervice, is in the city t dav. Hi caie-fully examined the numerous counterfeit bills and coins taken xx > by the police here yesterday Toe banks of Oklahoma and In Territory have complained of much bad money, which was the reason for sending the expert here.  \V. Ii. Forsythe, a secret, service man of Denison, Texas, is here also. The fact that a large number of counterfeit -92, $5 and $i<) bills, £1 and 50 ' diver pieces have been freely circulated of late in t se two t» Tritone*, has fad  * he Controller of the Currency to send his hest experts into this section To J.-cav the counterfeiters and ascertain the kinds of money counterfeited.  The many friends of Pom and Prank I > vis, of J#***e, deeply *.Y in pa th i se with* them iii th*-* 1 * * * t Ii .*f 'heir fa her at Denton, l «*xas, a few days ago, He wa* hui' iii g » leg c 111 lenin ti him) prominent  sT  w neb wa* burn *d was th * large {citizen of the Lone **iar Spite  U. S. Comissioner’s Court.  MINING ACCIDENTS IN  ?  LL  +  4*  PAUL W. ALLEN,  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.  Horses Boarded by.Day or Week. Satisfaction Guaranteed.    IV^t    of    Service.  Allen Livery Barn  South Town*end]Ave.,    Phone    64.  +  4*  +  Clem button, the boy vvlio accidently shot his bi other, was dis ch***g»*d tin* nfteri»oon ny Judge r«lhntt after a short pcrtunciory hearing  W. L Hornbeak, one of th*| telephone crew, has been arrect* j ed, charged with introducing and I disposing of I qaor a few day*! ag*». Upon a hearing this fore-! than noon he wa* held in a 9500 faun! to await the action of the grand jury. i Iii* fa ex»r»-m»*I.v un for* tin ate. for young Hornbeak bear.* ah excellent reputation. At. this hour he h is not made the bond  The three Howard brothers of Fr*r. is are on trial this afternoon tor liquor offenses.  TERRITORY NUMEROUS  Washington, Dec. 29.—The an- j lion to regulate the hours of *hot nun! report of the Mine I os pcto r . firers, provision for adv quite for Indian Territory shows di-I maps chowing the position of old  COMPARATIVE QUIET  PREVAILS IN MOSCOW  ring the past year the coal pro duct ion was 349,996 tons less in the previous year, winch fa attributed to the falling od of t ie d I, owing to many indirect intlu *nces. The tot ii territorial output this year was 2,97't 961 tons.  Toe number of accidents this year wa* 114, of which 41 were fatal, Ti.is is a considerable ii • cruise over l ist year and the n -port sits “is chiefly due to reckless mining mid lack of precautions ”  The inspector suggests fagfala-  mines and « f new openings, thereby preventing th e danger which arises when a new mine approaches old workings in which water has accnmufat»*d  Cotton In D mjnd.  Deputy U. S. Marshal (’urn mings, assisted t»y City Marshal Skinner of Francis arrested and brought in Friday from Francis three brothers charged with I av mg stolen Cho pounds of cotton Wednesday night from \. S Scroggins, who lives near that place. 'Cheir names are J HD, George and Lorn Howard.  GUS KRANNICH  I  (Over Freeman's Store)  SHOULD: BC YOUR. TAILOR  Five hundred of the latest uptodate styles just received to select from. F t guaranteed on every• {garment made in my shop. Firsl class work ma ash ip, my motto.  GUS KRANNICH.  K. C. Tailor Shop. -    -    Ada,    I.    T.  3B  15 DAYS ONLY  $10.no off i>n all Tailor Made Suits One-hft f off on all Misfits  ChitWOOd, The Tailor  ii Fancy ^ f ' OAT  r   Lump V/WiTLL  >» c. 29 - Th# fa practical!v w ill be calico  St. Peter*bu r g, revolt at Mo*co v over and the strike off Monday,  Co np ii at ive quiet preva : l<# ypst*rdiy. Only a few fanatic* ire continuing the struggle.  The strikers and ri >ters how ever still assert that all g* «*- iv* ] at Mosco w where an early vic’ory is assured. They deliberate!.* k e > afloat the store that 8«*veta re. intents have joined in the up-rfai »g, explaining the retreat OI the levolu i mists hs the war office u*ed to ex Jain the Burial  rounds of ammunition taken by the Seniionovsky regiment to Mo-cow fioin here thirty car loads of ammunition were disnatched today. A squad roil of the horse guards .marted from St. Petersburg today for Moscow.  defeat* in Manchuria a** “behn  part of a pr* - conceived plan” t* draw the. enemy on.  In addi ion to the 150,OOI  But His Stocking Was Empty.  Here is a letter which the czar wrote to San'a Clans, but which *v !Tii*tH<-‘*, was delivered to the Ottawa Herald:  “Dear SaniKsky Cfau^ovitch: luring me ii bomb proof c**li ii*, n unit- of wings, a package of -omefl ing to restore contidenc ■ rid eleven million d Jims’ worth • t* accident insurance—Yours. he (’zir. P S. Don’t forge* be wines; I have often whisted them —C.”—Kansas City Journal.  HEARST INSISTS HE  WANTS NO MORE OFFICE  Tics Angles. Cal, Dec. 29.— William lUmdolph Ifaarst, in an interview printed today, slid:  “I shall not Tun for congress again. I regard < thee holding like j try Jury. Also a man can accomplish more with his newspapers than in office. Fother-rn ire, t» be a member of the minority do* s not give one much chance far results.  “I in*fat that I polled a majority of the vole* in the mayoralty election in New Y *rk City and had most of the population with  me. I began a fight that xx ill bv carried un until its <>bj»<t is ae-•omplished and po i ic* is purified- I -till hope r*> have the. votes properly counted ”  John Beard is tuck from a business trip to Denison .iud Owl. While at th** latter pi n e \ est**rday tie emu Meted a ver.\ satisfactory adj i^timuit of th# Owl Bank’s l**s- in the robbery some time ago The insurance company paid the funk a total of $3,26‘>, which include*, about $3"0 for incidetitHl lo-** * Hie money stolen was about $2,940.  Now is the reason to place your ord**r> for coil. We handle the South  v c Viewer, Henryetta and Coalgate, Fancy Lump C al and can fill your or dors on shortest notice. Orders to be delivered Mime day mu*t lie received by 4 o’clock p. m  CRYSTAL ICE and COAL CO.  Phone Sot 122  ■  Tile Ada National Bank.  TOM HOPE, President?  FRANK JONES Cashier.  Capital Stock, - - -Undivided Urofits, -    -  J NO. I. BARRINGER; Vice President. ORVILLE SNEAD. Asst Cashier  .......$50, OOO. OO    20,200.00  Blanks Furnished and Remit*acres Vade to the Government on Town 1-ots.  ADA, CHICKASAW NATION, IND. TICK,   

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