Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 12, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma
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THE EVENING NEWS.
DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY
ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY. TUESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER IS. 1905
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Hoc on the
TUE STATEHOODERS’ GIRI I
MASCOT CHARMS CONGRESS
IMMEDIATE I DISTINCT
Big line of $1.50 Cluett dress m shirts, winter styles, will close | out in the next few days at J your choice only
Arrow Brand collars, any style, each v
Washington, Dec. 1 I- r h e I statehood boomers fr°m <)kia houia and Indian territory n a.
• cited up to the capitol yesterday morning and made calls which I were both formal and informal npon Senator Hailey and Sen* tutor Beveridge, chairman of the Committee on Territories Speak or Cannon and Representatives I Hamilton and Williams. Thai went to the committee rooms of the various gentlemen, except a*s to Senator Bailey, who wa* eau gilt just outside the lobby of the Senate. They got encourage meat from every one.
Senator Beveridge -poke to them in a most felicitous way ai d told them that n bis opinic \ ‘ there could be no iuubt as to ti passage of the or. nibus bill t this session of*Cot gross.
At every stopping place son *
one of the delegation made <i\ speech, md these were good speeches- Hut apparently far more effective than any of these j (speeches wa* a lyric argument J which Miss TIclen Renstron sang |in advocacy of statehood, Miss ! Renstron is 14 years of age, tin orphan, and the mascot of the I delegation. The song which she I sings, entitled “Oklahoma, ttjlls j of the wonders of her country and its right to statehood. Hen i I ator Beveridge declared it was * the most elo<iuent argument he ^ had vet heard on that subject, aud Speaker Lannon, after hear ing it, pointed in the direction al the Senate and declared. Ii you'll ju*t get her to sing that ‘ argument to the^ old fellow*
■ over there, there won t be any ne *d of having a single speech made.’
NEW RAILROAD MAY BE
c o X - G R E E R|!
Dry Goods Company., J
A SANTA FE PROJECT
The Ladies’ Home lim) Patterns
Alike they have met with an enthusiastic veU.oine by the- public. Alike they tit into the economy of the hour.
MANY POINTS OF SIMILARITY
The pattern is new, practical, winsomely presented--I ne pato * 1 heretofore, and at
distinctly sn improvement over tm ne., tine
the right prico tab.
It’s a great combination. The RiC^t P»«*n for the Be st Store rho Hight Store for the Best Pattern.
Lehigh, I T.. ih Dorset t'ai ter. < Mc Willie of the ira! railway and
Engines Lahoma C»'i
IMPORT AMT MEASURES ARE FENDING IN LEGISIATDRE
Ardmore, i the Chickasaw Leg: portant memoral asking Congress t ion for the enrollment
>e< Bi. -in} the contra t :oi th** * .1 Hp(*7> let.
itur« an im j
r A memorial is k-uui. pending, , .
. ‘ _r , -u. I Congress to rein;bur- t make prows ;
of rn-w I asaw:
horns since ti tribal Lolls.
A bill is pending the payment of ti the freedmen
closing of the]
providing for lands allotted Ii is lemem
i or land know n \Vestern leased Iic ‘ vie gress will be asked to public buildings I Chickasaw (So*on ask that an appt placed ueon them
secretary of the v* •-and Savings Bank, left today to in-; ret which their line v s of hero for I 'an-, i This line is how twenty mile- nortt til direction of OhiekasU I line south will be lur: the survey van h * *; i-.viug Ardmore, I* T.. (’hick* W. Hocker, who wars ti e I yesterday from Bot i
♦ on opinion that the Ok Heil Tie' val Railway will la elonging to the: road has been bulk Hi o,• it,*but will I tojChickftsha. aired value be ^at inasmuch a.- tin
j I- now \ I propose I ing up c Mr. Walling.I hoods. vim Tm ? ti Chicago, Servi the route Sunday take south iSermor ^ i o'clock
>onali\ inspecting the; me with a v iew of tak-•t* issue of $10,0oo,000 of
With the Baptists.
*e- at the Baptist L Im reb
ADA. INDIAN TERRITOKC
The Big Cash Store
Money’s Worth nr Your Mone> Back
At Church 1 f== attended. I or at ll >P
:raded for here in th*
. I. T* Th( tis soon iii
I ole ted.
Break,f! He Not Help for mon wa; ! delivers
were well ny tilt' Pastoi from the text. "The Reed Shall ll** Not ne Smoking Flax Shall. Quench,*’ eh - Theme: the Helpless The aer-; well pretor od and well! ; and i• is hoped that ev*
is \ rd mort'
git ss ol the aboma Cen-
I .Hilt. This‘and the •> , * * i excellent
r xii Lehigh _,.rA
____ now boing extended fibered that the Supreme Court Service. j to lh iris, Texas, lie '
held that freedmen were not cite ■ Uie Cumberland Presuyte-; ion that the road s »
xens of the Chickasaw Nation and , - ^ ^ Sunday neon a very project and will tx nu
land will fall «Pon! na ...... I
the payment ox land win mu u^uu ] interesLing^ service
the Federal Government: there • )>orts from all thf lcpartments | CJarter,’ who is fore an immediate .settlement is Gf the Chare' proposed road.
I nri »pUfl amount ti e^tmvi- co rn men to 11 ii. * * - .* « a » Sant'i Kb at
asked. The amount, iii. t ..... . ,onit> inc rcierence , ««< - anti i
ted. will involve about $.>, OO.ti .
was held. Ive- from Paris to I ore cli
id. will involve about $5 ,<H)0.000. j ^^^^fati.Wd j lends credence to M r
The memorial praying for the. members Tup on their i>eal and I statement The West** abolishment of the five seminar* I Quiringeffort* j Company, of Ch.cugo n<
ies in the Chickasaw Nation is I An interesting -os vice wa** heia! th© bonds of the road an being opposed on the ground that I in the evening. ,i 0„ Amorino
erv one present was strong till n ;ed and yelped to higher planes of living 1 ho* addition at the close
iof the service.
At 7 p. in. the house was lull itor delivered another or mon which was an uplift to every Christian. Text.^ o ker says j * what Think ye of Cbri-t. survey cs it^ood attention was given and it \a WI Lehigh I hoped that every one present if the oirin I**'" bav-in the Inturn a greutei u-.1 appreciation for the Savior ol the world. Every one who will tis invite * lo attend all our ser reoil Dorset I vices.
uh nt of the The Majestic Mfg. Co., of St. | Louis, Mo., haves man at Woodard Uwd. < Vs., store this week showing the Majestic Range in Trust! actual operation, baking and biscuits bi the Urge it ‘2-7.
PAUL W. ALLEN,
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.
Horses Boarded by*Day or W eek Satisfaction Guaranteed. «' * “•
Allen Livery Barn
South Town-ond'Ave.. '
c. J. WARREN ® CO.,
Jewelers ^ Opticians
t at once
Hest u aa; a1
Mu unit’ » fra iud * >M iii!tat. 53.SO. '
■ I IWK
c. J. warren a co.
attorney for it ell, which Hockers
Company, of Ch cag;* now the bonds of th€* road anti
man and an American repress j C. C Sa4i has returned dative of the Holland syndicate I» visit to » oalgate
:i I tor i
THE TAILOR FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING, 125 West Wain St.
REVOLUTION IN RUSSIA
MUTHER AND CHILDREN PERISH IN THE HAMES
4, Petersburg, Den. IO. viallutiooars party till Hi-
fr’idtkuhnen Dec 12.—The situ-1 game and Ku*«» her liberty.
Kydtkun • . Certainly the appearance of
^Public*opinion is practically street demonstrations today •nanimous that the Government seemed U^ustify th,* *oomx has entered upon the fatal path of pictured he future The ap. reaction and that Witte’s ministry tai resembled a, great, ai.htnr, ZTm Reaction and revolt.- camp. The. patrol* everywhere
New York, Dec. 12 A mother i and her five children were burned to death in a fire in a tTve story apartment house it Columbus avenue and One Hundredth street last night Two othsra
caiup- looking I wwro iiiurod ind a aoof® of mot6
lion confront each otbcr in a WM on thrown the I tenants were thrown into a panic,
death struggle- Boti: Gen I re- cannon rom \ 80me of them cut off from escape
poll and Gen. Count Ignat ell, ac sti e. regime and several rescued by firemen,
cording to popular impression, ed strongy ' (policemen and nmhulence stir-
are being held in reserve to ex Golf Tournament geonb.
ecnte the program of reprension. j rp^e ^ea(j include Mrs. John
be mobilized in a supreme etTort to crush the revolutionary toited, (ien. Parseneff said:
“I think we are coming to rivers of blood in which the revo
co will make rate of one one fare for the round trip. Tickets on sale Jan. -st, to 12th, in-'^lusive, ^ g years of age
Final limit for return reb -----
1090 I. McNair Agt,
1U Ada, Ta
year-old twins and three other children, ranging from 7 month*
Mrs. Thomason lost her life in an endeavor to save hor children.
Muskogee U. S. C. V.
Muskogee, easily the Queen city of th** Territory, who*e population a4' generally estimated by other Territory towns is composed principally of northern republicans and federal office holders,
I ha* served notice over th^ sign*-I ture of 75 of hor leading citizens
that on the I Hth inst. a camp of
United Sons of Confederate Vet* rans will he organized for the purpose of organization. 'The Raymond auditorium will be used. Muskogee will likely have the distinction ot the largest camp in theTorritory.
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Oualmite Fancy Lump Coal anil i^au^Bil > »
dcws on shortcut notice. Order* to be deliver,-,!
Mine day must be received by 4 o c ock p. rn.
CRYSTAL ICE and COAL CO.
Phone Nos IM ^
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The Ada National Bank.
TOM HOPE, pr«5idcnt?
FRANK JONES Cishier.
INO. L. BARRINGER.* Vice Present. ORVILtE SNEAO. Ast* Cimier
Capital Stock, * * “ »
Undivided Protitf. - - * * *
Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made t ment on Town f*ots»
ADA, CHICKASAW NATION,glNl