Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - August 19, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma
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THE EVENING NEWS.
DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY
*>outh Side West Main Street.
VOLUME 2ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 19. 1905.
LAWNS AND DIMITIES
OK KAT LOTS- Remnants and odd pieces of cheap and tine lawn" and dimities. 5,OOO yards or more of choice lawns and dimities at and less than half price, and the whole world “hollering" for more thin pood* for this cot weather. Everybody in ti e feminine world are wearing lawns ana other thin pood* Just now. and at these prices they can have a new dies' every day. Thistle, Lotu*. Pacolete. Francisco, Emerald, ?>an Toy. and many other awns in a i the newest -hade* of "tripe*, cheeks xipurej' ami plain. Anythinp to suit your fancy and it and e*stkan half price.
Kansas Capital Was Visited by Destructive Wind Storm Early Friday Morning.
Correspondent of the St. Petersburg Slovo Discourses on Japanese Claims to Sakhalin.
CRAWFORD OPERA HOUSE UNROOFED. TREATY MUST LEGALIZE POSSESSION.
Other llulldlitf* Iii the City buffer Much IV* ut agr -Hun aum Avenue Littered With Sigil*, Fort lout of Tin Koofsnnd Kmptf Borne*—No Lo** of Life Reported— Wind’* Velocity Wan HO Mile* on Hour.
The Newspaper Mon Roy* That While the So«<e«« of the <l»p»*Mr Amite* Ha* €U*ea Them Certain RigbU la the Ie* load. They Have No Hletorteal C'lalan*
Wha tee ut
Ail 6c lawns per yard.........
All IO? lawns per yard .. -All 15c and l‘2*c lawns per yard
ac 5c 7 12c
They Are Going. Come Now.
Moille Beautiful Summer Hosiery, at More Beautiful Price*.
Topeka, Kau . Auk. Ii* At an early J ' hour Friday morning the lily was J struck ny a hurricane which did great I damage tit buildings, tries and yards No lives wen lust that are known ot According to the government weather | bureau the wind was blowing tit* miles j an hour at I o'clock with one and a I half int bes ot rain fall The building j of Crosby a Company, the Shawnee Mills aud the Crawford Opera holist were unroofed Many mimes over the . city hail windows bltnvn in and beauti-( till lawns laid waste Barns were i blown down atli horses and carriages inured A blick front next to the opera house was blown in. Tree; wen snapped oh like t ornstalks. a not able instant* * being one of the lari:* elms on the state house lawn Kansas A vet ne is covered with signs, port ion? of tin loofs and empty piano 1m>\*s In Atchison lightning struck the water tank and the main building .*f ’he home for >rphans iHit no serious damage result#!* The wind destroyed many tre*" anti some outtunltlings Joie and in Nortonville and Valley Falls Bt tween Topeka and Atchison then was some damage from ’it wind A big fire is "ported in Win chester. Jefferson count> The high wind made it itnpussthk for tin* ft w n ti* use the few facilities it ha- for HH i.i h ii:y ha tues
VISIT FEVER PATIENTS.
lt*li*s» of Vt** ( »rrt tut*f tim try
I * i*r*|»rd «. * Ordinary l‘re« Motion*— lien th Na,#- I ou tu: I nm.
FOR MUTUAL PROTECTION.
Notary Moi *ee«l Men. Fieri*"** and tlorti* c*ltnri«t* Ur|*iiifi> * National Ae it. t ion » i Wiuhii>[te*.
REDUCTION IN GRAIN RATES
A Uflf Hate War In I ’rn* |*»**-1 us a Ken nit of Cut t»y th** I lili'ifn (Treat M o*terti.
New Ot !* . : Ad the report f Shews ti:;;! yellow f* vs; . the in. na iv ex plan;.‘u - l 1 ha; ;dh. r t in
i n 11* d ar..! ' io V* t the Itaii \
A. g Au anal'si*
: til*- ; I » * tfir.r 24 horn *■
• 1 t . ' 7 4 new cases * i
ppeareti in tin heart et ut* 'et. qcarters Th*
til ; > th* Ii SJH t tors .
v w!'. boast - are dish .: -st. :: Toes k ;».« ti so HH » g«* around and pax
visit* Ti' sh x friends, bet time infected themselves ane ram th* f* \♦ r home with them.
The sit lation above Canal strict continues to in r* vt In tht-T section Atbediencf o m federal regulations
is more gt-nera: and th* results ar*
plain While ’ h* r* •< rt * how et} five
new i ase*# only ti re* new squares ar* infected
The unexf>e<*f* cl *!#.!::> it th* death rate s giving sir . a t* ding of san--
f act ion here that tieopl* ar* beginning
to believe -hat ■ * p< "si bailies of th* visitations have been < verdrawn The doctors. how**'*- s;, \ that th* low death rat# is .. .. .. • - . fa j that pr.i*-
tit ally fl whol* • em DD unity has- t * • ii
educated up to tki* nresMty of . ullinr
a (I*ti ter the r?,* in* Tit h* * n.j * rat ire
Th* Louisiana stat* beard of health wa* advised Friday by * n* of th*- physicians vvho has been i n duty among Hie ‘Mf on ti* : ver -I#5* plantation in St; Mil' - pari -b 'ha* thor* has been a taal * •• i* <a-*s < f f* v» r and f hr* * I .
K»# I ityan Vt ur*i»-r**«l in Orpeon.
Bonn#-Ville < < Aug lb. Wk;;* an-flworir.g I;’.' ag*-*: na 'her s ai! to «<*i. * borne. J. L Aru m-' n. a fireman < f N*i 444 North FT* p* t avenue, Kan .-as City. M< . was ic trd* red mar h* r* Friday morning In**.-! ga .on showed that Anderson had met (Bath tv re-po&ted blows tu I * blad by a heavy iron bar but tail* I to ‘licit any motive for th* trim** nor any flu* to the murderer A letter in his p< i k* t <t n-tained an am* a1 from Iii- niother at Kaneia- City to com*- heme. Anderson was about 22 years * f age and though fearing sign- of tramping, he had been neatly dressed
> VA ashing*, n, A g 19 At a mot *>>* ber* of rf pres* ntat iv* s « f 114, Ae.*, t, | Arsociat if n t I ri;r***r\ nun th* An*: iran s* ♦ d i i. i * « mt ion , : . ti
•*‘ • tft v ( t A na ii .in Floris* «• .»•,
I *rr .. in* real I It ’ * i . i: * * v . • t .ii i att* n wa* f* r ned with F Ii I * • - * ;. d larryt« >*i* M Y . iu.itmr . .it.,: Chari* - N E agt if I '* s Mt it * - iowa
SOOT' t ii I ' , :< I th* f I I <,*■« lf v I I" •
ating in ad matt* rs i f mat .a1 ut# re-1 Among iii* sn ti ie* Is arr***1 i.pvui * suefe teo*u ♦ ta* a n war* *h* av/itc of leicisiaT urn fa \ < table toon mt *. members it th# . . •# d ass ct at a i Hi#* ti* feat ot i gmlutu ii ; ntavetnl
it * at ti ..--I* ii: t it hi ; tin se* i iring of
!a\orabl* lings b' t cl* * it' - of
tt ms ** i. rd eg in }< re ’ ♦ •
trees and tit*', or •
nd - pl*- a d s
o* * rr mental f i ♦ ♦ - t ’
Th* civ ing of
r.* rs "i ii db# !
i t bld Inst it tit ii tut
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! be made it* a bol Ah he allied as-ocnticn ca! with tIi*' qn*»st a I n - oils io prut * *
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v\ < int • <! to ma I ♦ in I'iie inc * ting ad inurn# I
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announced a reduction^
Jfiug lh rh* railroad na' U grain iat*
giants, bi I rn# m iii i • is* t iii nance of di-tribnt ion missnms to :
I ng j rrt I a.' es * r laign pi: \ ac tit! an ef!< i t w Cie pra*
also | rope-* > tt>
•Of girt* t r agt lits #.f b';v#
missiin w; v ••st iga t it is subject ft iii*.' tall of lh* < bait man
whicli vvii’ probablv pren'ipitato a live!' fat* wa: Hi** reduction is said to
hav* tieer* due to a belief th.it fh# Att bison Topeka \ Pana Fe railroad is granting concCHsioiis to certain grain firm- on grain shipped from Kansas Cit' to Chicago riic'n*ducti< t: mad* bv the f*reat AAesteni is said to u ., sweeping one It is agreed tha' til* threat AX i*sierri has decided #*n a I* tim non but rejKirts tliffer . - it' tb*' * xteiir of th*> reduction tine re per* I- that the rates ar** to !»♦* eight cents on wheat and cent* on ** rn
frdm Kam as City t*» ('hit ago . rid from Kansas City to Minneapolis The itsrrri rates to tiles, points ,n» I•’ tents and It cents The t ii*'s are to b# » f'ei r i ve on Aligns I *♦
Portsmouth, N. H., Aug, 19.—Having read h# Ktatemcfit fmni a Japanese menib*i of parliament, made a few 'lays ago to The Associated press giving ti# Japanese attitude regarding Sakha in, Alexandre BriantchanJnofl, #‘orr»‘S!K*nd*nt of lh* Slovo of St J’ctershurg voicing tIi* Kossian e\-cepm ns to the stai#rnent sanl E’ri-day:
'On# «*f th#* gn*at lian the conclusion o! a tr#'atv <>t peat#, so much desirer by th# wind# # ivtlt/.#-#! world is th# mf# relic# between ttifc plenitK)t*-n-tiari#e **n the #jtH*sfti.n «>f Sakhalin I he ! tpsne*#- pretend that Sakhalin is r# a ly an < rgani# part *t their • ie-pire I hey s*i' if only l ame into Russia^ fatf-session through f#*i*e and that bassia would l#»se little tu eding it t>a* » t# J atmo as sh# has shown tor inability to * vt but its resources, having i-*d it m iv f«'r th# coloni/ation of rrtir.it als rite Japanese people, th* v >. y. #«n ti# contrary, have wl-wavs * cr.; id# rec! tbe»ns#‘lv«s the ligb'-ful ornrrv and having now taken ;♦ I v c< tit neef will ii# ver submit t#> relir tjuishleg it f-! < ttil!'S# it is certain that Me Japanese < rn ♦ in I* gal nos-s#‘ssii T’ *t it *- island will accomplish then cinch intl* than th* Hushing. gt'\*ir v * tit tin- in tit* i*u-1 not only in an *gi. alture!, ic Vin trial ami colon-
I ing w *v but fsp#cial!v iii a niilitai v anil g’rr.tfgi* wav We (annot *i*f.\ f fiat ti* six ('#ss * f their films has gtv#t. then *i?nm thous t<* >h« island but tbes# a?«‘ th* * n'\ ■ laim4- 't>#y pdss.ess
J-ut pecs#ssion an only I* legaii/.ed by th* ratific.iti r of a ti* aly.
"It is an . rr r for th»o. to (la b t^ki'r 11 b t a to thc^-jmiisessii'fV
ImaW^Zisi t'entury and w*a?
inhabited only t \ ti*, ria iv* bar ta ti.
II ibes 'IU # ii a few Htmsif.n c#>l*>nist.* !anded and « * < it*.*t! *rtain parts if the h’arul Ph* t. i.oi*-* b*g;in ft-Ji-
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^ For Sale N*
... One Third Cash, Balance on Time ...
NVe have about one dozen two and three room houses for sale at a bargain. All these houses rent well, and several are quite good, and well located enough to make comfortable homes.
SEE US NOW.
BEARD ta WEAVER.
A DISH OF ICE CREAM
T rom the/.da Ice Cream Co. s is the standard by which the quality and j quantity of all oth#*rs is na* a>urpd.' But after one has partaken of our delicious ice cream al! taste for that >o'd elsewhere is bist. It seems to be insipid and thin.
Our pro#iuetion is smooth, rich and of delightful flavor. The principal ingredient is pure country cream of the finest quality. We will serve you in «|uantities from one-half gallon up at your nome.
Ada Ice Cream Factory.;;
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The Largest, the Best Equipped, the Most Practical.
ive ..nd the most successful Business
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Indian Territory. pi is may altern, c per month, or 84t) per io«. cit,, N<* vacation.
I 'av and nig!.:
ight school without extra charges, for union ted scholarship. Board
bool the entire year. [*av pu Tuition Si i •ie to s o
., , up;is may enter at any time. Eveiv
p-p., s p aced on hts merits and may advance as rapidly as hi- abi*-Thorough training in shortest time consistent References any Tank or business firm in
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• G. P. Se vldflc, A. M.t M. Aceta., Pres., Ardmore, I. T.
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THE TAILOR FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING. HEXT T0[P0ST0FFICE.
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IM* rsbiirg, Aul ll* it un.- .m-*‘d Friday that un imperial maniple* burning the (‘feation of .i
»I> would lies and at anil mutuel - S nuti1j»\ The day will b*
* n mu ion;i I let* day an*! 11 * -i * I*! otli*'*" would be closed
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PALL VV. ALLEN,
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.
- r } b oarded by I >ay or Week.
Sails faut ! Ct .a ran teed. fiest o!
4?| Allen Livery Barn
Son til Townlet d Avo..
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Hts procressive protege.
"c»r#*«l by lh#* ^teana,
Seattle. Wash . Aug 19.—Two half breed sons *u Henry Lief rich tlir Alaska ( onuneu ial i ( ii i anv's ag* ut at Bethel, tin ti. K is!.#' wim river and four naiiv#- r**cotitly lost t.h*‘ir li'*s by jumping overboard from a small steamboat on the Kaskokwim. Th# men.Tt hose *xp* rici.ee en lonid st# anv eess# Is was limit* d. were frightened oat of their wit< by .-I* ain escaping from the safety valve of the craft and fearing an explosion they jumped overboard in*#, ti e swift current of the river.
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Plymouth. Mas1, Aug I!* —The < iii-eage men who < ame here Friday to see George L. Marsh failed to identify* h rn a- th** mao wanted in Chicago Iii connection with tho murder of Win. Bate in November last.
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Austin College, Sherman, Texas.
ll gh (Trade co «*gv for men I'woyear.s pr> : course, faculty of cxpt* specialists, g**o#l . r gant soci*»tv ha IN. .urj oaKiufiD and atli «•:
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PRESIDENT AUSTIN COLLEGE.
.urn to lo-fi ri*al afd national t*' t*ii islands is not th* r* ti n Pile Japan*"# in a we
to profit by t h* ir pres* ut -III I*-s <o mn. pi* t# ly and <h finitely tis ''l,te !.*ir paramount iiosition in ll • J tit Fast Sat b;*lii. in th# r bend rn# ans A ladivostok, KusstaN sole aid in-"fin i« rn las* (>n the Pacific, at the 111**1. V <t Japan Vladiv#;stok * #viJ.| atta# ked ft< rn ili#*ir sub ;
mo longer have th#* possibilifv of resisting Japan encroach!!!#nt At her birdling sh# would J*#* cr tup*’b i to w if hdtaw from her tics it ion in ti* Japans “laim »#• Sakhalin ‘ompreher.dr'd. But *t ;s »m-MRi’erstand Hie lin k of Am* ri. a Fiam e and #*\« n
DAINTY LADY FINGERS
arc a specially of ours you will do Trey are simply delicious. Our la-t# w ii you an enthusiastic convert to our METHHI HAKING. They are good enough for vc
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im mpany, g-oot. <*n*>ugh to enjoy by your sc f Try a few then; ami l«*t is know h#>w you ! k«* then
PHONE: 12 4.
Orient Is « u-ilv pos- i M* to for#"ich t of
h.nc aud vv FP* ii iii* m * j}) p, ^ nj Ut* impending and t ir-reachinj
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rile Ada National Bank.
Klllfil I Imii«'#> wml llcrn lf.
Hutchinson. Kan.. Aug. !!• Mrs Media Wells, a widow living in this place, -hot and Killed William Bun Ii t#» whom v he was eugugcd to be mat t i* d and then killed herself by tiring Hire# -hots from lh** revolver into Jut breast. I h* ?r»g*’dy occurred ut ti; * Wells home. Jealousy mused the deed.
TOM HCT£. President
FRAiAK JC^ES Cashier
Capital Stoc k, - - -Undivided Protit>. - -
AC L.-BARRINGER.; Vice President. ORVILLE SNEAD Asst Cashier
Blanks rLimtshed and Remittances \"ade to the Government on Town Lots.
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