Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 9, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma
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THE ADA EVENING NEWS.
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DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY
ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, MONDAY EVENING-, JAN. 9, 1905.
JANUARY GLEAN UP SALE'
NO such prices have been made in Ada us we are making in this January Sale. Many lines are <*ut half. We"have not bored you all *ea>c»n with acost sale. Me simply mean to clean up all winter goods bv giving prices. Don’t forget the winter i* U» come yet
SEE ^ TODAY'S * CIRCULAR
.Cl TUI NG.
Our entire stock of Men s Boys' and Children’s t lot ll I ll jj: (except Mens HI ae k) got** at
Prom fair, horn st regular priee this i- a big cut.
\ OFF MEANS S OFF WITH US
This is What it M cans:
Men's SN OO i otf
7, NO “
“ S.«'o *'
10 00 **
12 No “
“ .15 OO “
ti 40 7. NO V* Jo
11.25 I i> CM *
LADIES’ SKIRTS WAISTS
Our entire line of Ore*-* Skirts one fourth off marked price We have about one dozen nice W ais s that we win close fi%.m one third to one half Regular Price.
We have placed on a table a line of Km broidery at very tempt’ng prices. Be sure and ask lo *o<* them. nig lot Wool Remnant* cut to from one third to one half the regular price.
Henley $ Biles,
WOULD YOU TAKE
FOR YOUR EYES?
Don’t neglect them or wear poor glasses.
C. J. WARREN, the Optician, Will Fit Yon Right.
EYES & TESTED ^ FREE
RAPTIS! CHURCO IS
DEDICATED TO GOD
SHAWNEE GROWING SOME.
Sunday in the presence of a largo* crowd Pastor M. P. Hunt, of Kansas City, Mo., dedicated the Baptist church of this city to the keeping of our all wise M *ker.
The pastor chose for his subject the text ’‘It is more blessed to give than to receive ” The aer mon was instructive and interest mg throughout and ended with a plea for a liberal gift of money for
Girl Thrown and Killed.
Shawnee, Ok., Jan. 9-—The 15-year-old daughter of Samuel Wootan, a wellknown farmer and stockman of Fairfax, a few miles
north of here on the Santa Fe,
was thrown from her horse and
instantly killed Saturday, while
riding in the pasture.
rn Bs Iona ry purines, *nuit* iii No lacing raised at tin4 close of the I services.
Pastor Hunt i* a forceful and ! logical speaker and held his I audience in rapt attention to the I end, several times bringing tears to the eyes of his hearers by his 5 pathos.
Wapanucka Hotel Burned.
Wapanucka, I. T.f Jan. 9 —The Square Hotel on Choctaw avenue, owned by Mrs. M p. Robinson, was destroyed by fire Sunday morning. Loss about $1.5o0; insurance $1,0(H It is supposed that a defective tine was the Cause.
On account of the inclement weal her and the illness of Rev Hunt theie will la* no lecture at the Baptist church tonight as was advertised.
Rev. Hunt was quite ill all night and this morning, and it is to be regretted that our people will not get to hear his lecture ‘‘Be Somebody,'* as we had ex poet cd a feast of reason. How lever, it may be that the gentle-ii ay he induced to return to our city in the near future.
lf he is able he will leave on the North bound Frisco Monday I evening for his home at Kansas I City
Mr Weatherford, of Shawnee, came in Saturday on business.
STATEHOOD LEGISLATION IN A SERIOUS TANGLE
I Model BaRery.... •
• Kverything good to eat always on hand at the •
* Model Bilker.v. Bread. Cuke*, Pipy, (kinkins I
Candle*. Lie. See him opposite the postotliee. •
• J. A. ISIMINGER, Prop.
PAUL W. ALLEN,
NEW HORSES NEW BUGGIES
Travel well. Look well.
Satisfactory Service Guaranteed.
in THE TAILOR, FOR UP-TO-DATE IU) CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE.
W nsh mg ton. Jan. 9. State hood legislation is in such i tangle in the senate tint the bill providing for the admission of two states out of four territories now 1 pending has little chance of final passage
Senator Beveridge, who is leading the fight for two states, is unable to get any agreement to vote, and although there appears to he a clear majority for the pending vote, there are Mgn* of tilihusting in case an attempt is made to force the vote before March 4. Senator Teller has no* tided the steering committee that the measure can not pass in its present form.
Senator Beveridge says that statehood must stand or fall as provided for in the pending measure. There are six senators known to he opposed to the present hill, and will he recorded against it if it ever comes to a vote. These are Senators Hana-brough, McCumber, Alger, For-aker. Bard and Heyburn.
Senators Burrows, Warren and Ballinger are also against the bill, hut would stand with the maj»rity ol their party should it come to a vote. j
Duncan <fe Henderson <*arry a J full lino of fresh staple groceries, j I hey are courteous to their ens tomers and would like a share of your patronage. 247 tit
The Good Samaritans (?)
Referring to the item in Saturday* News regarding the find jug of a man in almost comatose c md Ilion on a much frequented t loioughfare, our attention has been called to til® fact that several parties saw this man standing there before midnight and others passed him about day and did not go near him Now, it dt>es not take a physician to know that a man has not his mental faculties, who is found standing or lying iii iii*4 cold, at an hour when the whole population is naturally expected to be asleep. It seems
unreasonable that any one who had ever heard the story of “the good Samaritan’’ should “pass by on tile other si Ie ” The fact that the party survived his awful night’s experience does not lesson our obligations in such matters. Any one should ascertain why another should act so queerly, remembering that “after all is he not my brother,” and perhaps by s > doing *hvp a life.
To Disburse Nearly Half Million.
Ardmore, I T., Jan. 9 —Inspector Frank C. Churchill has been detailed by the department to go to Sulphur Springs, I. T., to disburse about $450,000 to owners of lots and improvements situated in the reservation which was acquired by an act of Congress and set aside for park purposes Tho government will spend a large amount to improve the reservation which centai na (Rimy line mineral spriugs.
Santa Fe Roundhouse and Div.alon Moved From Purcell.
Shawnee, Ok., Jan. 9—At midnight Saturday night a change in the Santa Fe schedule went into effect, whereby the through freight business of the line will he run over the Shawnee branch. This line has been put in first-class condition, and the roadbed is said to be one of the best in the southwest.
As a result of this change, the roundhouse and division equipments and employes at Purcell have been transferred to this city. Sixty-five men, many of whom have families, have been transferred to Shawnee.
The Hock Island shops here are adding scores of new men, seventy-five having been employed in one day last week. Work on the handsome new pas senger and freight depots for thi* road will begin soon
Territorial News Notes
• her*- are »*ri> hi . s iii t.*e Vinita jail and of this number o lly one i* a woman.
The engineer who vas snt h.v
tv Muskogee Commercial Blub to insocet rh** -it** of the propos'd power Us.ii on Him ti rand River, ha* reported that the project is feasible.
A consistory of the 33d Degree Scottish Rites Masons will he formed shortly at South McAlester. This wilt l>e the second con-sistery in the two territories, the other being located at Guthrie.
In trying to put a loaded pistol in the waist-band of his trousers Thursday morning, Jollies Mori son accidently discharged the weapon. The ball struck him in the groin ranging downward and making a serious wound.
J. S. Sauls bury was arrested Thursday afternoon in Muskogee by two Indian policemen. He had a telescope in which weie found twenty-two pint md for J-four half pint bottles of whiskey. He was turned over to the United States authorities and his l>ond fixed at$1,500.
Sent Certificates Back.
Muskogee, I. T., Jan. 9—In dian Agent Shoenfelt is having trouble in trying to get some fullbloods Indians in the Choc taw and Uhicasaw nation to accept allotments. They have refused to select land at the Atoka and Tishomingo land offices and the Da we* c>mmis.*ion made the allotments arbitrarily. Certificates of al lotinents were sent to them, but 129 certificates have been returned.
The Indian agent will now send appraises and determine the val ne of the allotments these Indians refuse to accept. He will then collect rentals on these lands and hold the money in trust for the allotees until some means can be devised of persuading them to accept it.
Late Saturday evening a transfer was made whereby Jack shirley, the early resident and gin man of Ada becomes a partner in the firm of Lowden & Shirley, he having bought the interest held by W. S. Kerr.
The new member needs no introduction to our many readers, as he has been a resident of the town since its inception. He has always been classed as a good business man and hears the rep-tation of being strictly reliable in his every transaction.
The retiring member, Mr. W. S. Kerr, will still remain a citizen of Ada, hut what business he will engage in has not been learned.
New Meat Market.
We have opened up a new Meat Market on South Broadway and Thirteenth street. Best of Everything.
Hickey & Dismukes.
Don’t complain of ’ hard times and dull Java when a well written ad in the New will bring t mw you customers.
J JUST TRY IT
We now have on hand tin* bust Coal vet rec* ivod in Ada Better lay iii .lour Winter supply before the price advances, :: ::
CASH ON DELIVERY.
[Crystal Ice & I Coal Co.
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Business Course at Half Price
To he'p advertise the Shawnee Mufti it eaa Col’ege in 'our neighborhood and to nave the trouble and expense of traveling and soliciting for pupil**, we offer the fi~»t seven *cholorships applied for bv parties jetting their mail from your postal! ce, at half price, if taken between now and .Vannary 20, HOV
OUR SPECIAL OFFER IS AS FOLLOWS.
KuH Commercial Coarse, including Hook keep ng, aho* t hand. Typewriting and all commercial branches
bookkeeping alone. ..........£25
Shorthand alone ..............£30
Ty pewritinir alone........ £15
► ngli>h Course alone .. .... $3»
Any two of the above .........£i0
Time not limited.
The above prices are on’y half the regular rate anil are limite I to seven pupils from ain our postoffice, amt must be taken before January 20. 1905.
Emory W. Justus,
For luncheons And parties there is nothing finer than our festino*, and fruit cakes.
253 4t Elite Confectionery
MONEY TO LOAN.
Long time loans made on improved business and residence property with optional payments. Also farm loans on surplus of intermarried citizens.
We write Fire Insurance in old line companies and make abstracts of title.
BRALEY St EBEY,
Rear Citizens National Bank