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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 10, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma HIK M US ' iV KS KIK Mi WK MILK U\> NKW . THE ADA EVENING NEWS. < HIK NEWS DELIVERED Al I".- REH WEEK DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY ......................— VOLUME I ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, TUESDAY EVENING. JAN. IO, 1905. NUMBER 258 aBRL'ffiOET MB A LIBERAL RESPONSE1 Greeted our January Milo announcement. notwithstanding the b d w» H»h»*r. Our bargains in Sloe'*, Kin* broidery. 'A oui Remnants and our Clothing diseourt gained a ready response. CLOTHING W h* n you think of billie in d Pauls lion ♦ ."lh ii i 111 and lousily n ai Kl d aid t lien so d at 'A OFF it n ear* a b:g out. J I ss ii a ’inlo* Mi ifs. I i \ s and ( h i cl roil s, ♦ m a pi Al ♦ nV I dark fit® THAT COUNTS. Our shoe bus no** has been gaim*d by * ‘looting honest shoes. " e nam * a few spoc al ha»gdns: Men's Pik'iit Vici and Velour, broken * ze* reduced from f.YOo to    $3    50 Men’s extension high grade \ lei. al'O Patent Colt, reduced from $4< 0 ta    ..    $3    no. Men’* \telt in Pit nit Calf and \ sieur reduced from 5*2 50 to $3 OO Special Shoe Bargains L Me hive plac'd on she t > encourage thi> January clean up, one lot of Staple ( beaked Gingham, our regular To hue at    rH. Ladies’ Rain Coats, good values,    $3 TO Rubber Hoots and Over Shoe.* at Right Price*. Our Embroidery baigains offer strong Induct met ta. Henley ^ Biles, ONE PRICE j* SPOT CASH S mn WOULD YOU TAKE I $1,000,000 ' La FOR YOUR EYES? Don’t neglect them or wear poor glasses. C. J. WARREN, the Optician, Will Fit Yon Right. EYES ^ TESTED    FREE s Model Bakery.... •    Kvorx    thing    g«w»d    lo    «»;>t    nbvav*    on    bund    at    the lint i(*r I, I if«* • i* I. i I ilk ***, I ’n*-, t ’< h »k i**>, (’nn»b»**>. I* ,» «•. "V •« * ll MI i .1 • IM.. •'•I I t- th* [.«i-r, ffi**«». I J. A. ISLINUEP, Prop. o«= ■*v?" * ii * rn PAUL W. ALLKN, Livery Stable. NEW HOUSES    NEW    BUGGIES    * Travel well.    Look    well. Sntisfae ory Service Guaranteed. Allen Livery Barn While auctioneering ut Springfield, Mo., recently,Colonel P. M. Woods, or Nevada, paid the following tribute to ihe c«»w: “Ot all the animal friends of man she is the greatest When iilio n lo >it down to your Sunday dinner, I wish I might just strip the table of whit she produced I "«»uId remove the cup of milk waiting at the baby’a chab; I’d take the cream, the cheese, the limier, the custard pie, the cream biscuit, the nest beef, and leave you a meal of potatoes beets, pickles and toothpick*. Every scrap of her, from no*e to tail, is used by man We use her horns <o conin tin* hair, her skin upon • mr feet. lier hair keeps the plaster on our house waits, her hoofs make glue and her tail makes soup. Her blot a1 is used to make cur sugar white, and her bones are grountl to fertilize cur *«*il. She has gone with nmn from Plymouth Rock to the *etimg sun. Ii wa* In r sons thai tuned tile soil in tin* settlers’ clearings, and also drew the prairie schooner for the sturdy •ameers ''hie she followed. \nd when tin* d »y’s march was done, she came and gave null* to till tht* motion's breast to feed the sucking babe that perchance was t a a becom * the ruler of his county.” J. IL McAlreatti is reported ill t< 'day. morgan insults citizens ^■of INDIAN territory Washington, dan.    IO.—The statehood bill is Ntill being dis cussed by the senate. Senator Teller today offered an amendment which provides for making a state of New Mexico ana a stat* Mexico were admitted into t' e Union this class of citizenship would control the elections and said bribes a> d whisky might control them. At 4:05 p. rn. the senate went Mew Meat Market. We have opened up a new Meat Market on South Broadway and Thirteenth street. Hest of Every thing. Hickey & Dismukes. of Indian Territory and Oklahoma into executive session, and at 4:25 leaving Arizona as a territory, p. rn. adjourned. (N bde there is nothing to warrant the assumption, still ir is possible that this amendment is one which tile democrats, who oppose the Ancient Smelter Found. Sherman, lex , Jan. IO—A A. Chapman, of Ravia, I T., is in I Mr. Merchant I ■    -    i    i    -    -- two state uroiiositions as uow the city aid confirms the repoit proposed bv the bill under con- that the remains of a crude sideration, hope to obtain a compromise. in speaking in opposition to the bill Mr Morgan spoke particu larly of tin* character of I he population of New Mexico and Indian I’erritory. He declared that the framers of the constitution were of the white rice and that it was not the intention that Mexicans, Indians, negroes and half breeds should he brought intocitizenslup smeller h is been discovered in a cave near that place. There are evidences that the place leis l»e**n sealed and forgotten except as triced in tangled Mexican legends for several generations. A piece of crudely smelted gold, valued at $S3, has been found and quite a bar of gold and silver amalgam. Federal Court at Ardmore. Ardmore, I. T, Jan. IO.—The midwinter term of the Federal Don’t complain of hard times and dull *davs when a well written ad in the New w ill bring you customers. JUST TRY IT RORRER OF $215.00 Ile sail tim- if Artemi and New court opened here Monday with Judge Hosea Townsend presid BY TWO HIGHWAYMEN mg. The docket will be devoted to the trial of criminal cases only. The docket is unusually heavy and tile term will last several weeks •••••••••••••I•••••••••#•• I Coal; We now have on hand the best Coal yet recoiled in Ada Hefter lay in your Winter supply before the price advances, ::    ::    ;; CASH ON DELIVERY. J. W. Menders is in the city on business. ♦ + + 6 "II.,h! If you move we will* I    •    I kill you,* was th** stentorian Command of * ne of two bold ! highwaymen "Im held up and , robbed J. A. Luther of $2l5 | Monday night one and one-fourth j miles m*rth of town Mr Luther "a* return ng from delivering a message to a sifter from his father at Caney, I. T, md when In* reached tin* point above mentioned, two men i stepped from the roadside and ■ with drawn guns proceeded at once t > telievc him of his valuables. (bn* of tin* robbers grabbed his hors** by th** bridie rein while tin* uther proceeded lo go through (hi* |*x*k«*ts. In an inside coal pocket tin* roilier got hi* hand j on tin* fat pocket bo* k and at once relieved his victim of the burden of carrying it. I ho purse contained $215, ill** receipts of Saturday’s and Mon j Alay s busbies- at his grocery I store on South Broadway, On Saturday In* missed banking it and Monday it was forgutton. hence the amount in h s posses sion. Owing to (bp darkness it was iiiipossiole to tell whether the i men were w hite or black, hut their feet wTer«* muffled and no tracks were left by which they might b.* t raced M bother it was known that Mr. ; Luther had this amount, of money on ins per-on i* a im re conject un*, but such may be th** case, and it could be piobable that tile letter w is a decoy sent him, as th** eir-I cumin ta irvs point (11 Hi way, for as j so hi as tin* highwayman bec ame possessed of the pocketbook he told his victim to move on, making no further search and I* living a $.> gold piece in Mr Luther’s vest pocket. BARGAIN DAY! ^ti F rid ay, January 13, the Ne"s job oftii-e will accept orders for calling cards at the rate of 50 Cards for 35c. IOO Cards for 50c. We are going fA» make this a card day and make these price* for this day only. We have the latent designs in type and the various *izo cards for Misses, ladies and gentlemen. Cash muse accompany each order as we positively will not book so small an account No 'phone ..r-ders taken. S imples can be seen at this office. I Crystal Ice & j I Coal Co. I : 'PHONE 122. AOA, I. T S • • Big Hotel For TuIsj. Tulsa, I, T.# Jan. IO -Work commenced on a hundreJ*room hotel here. It is tieing binit by r. Brady. The structure will l»e modern and one of the best hotel buildings in the southwest Died From Spider Bite. A rd more, I. T , Jan. IO —The little child of G. VI Fore died Sunday evening as the result of blood |K>isoning, caused from tin* bito of a spider several weeks "go. A KANSAS TOWN AT MERCY OF FLAMES Business Course at Half Price To kelp »riverti'« tin* Shawn*** minion*** Col t*g»* in ; nor nei_h*'<>r-Ii.hnI and lo vitve lilt- trunk t* arni fi|o*fi)M* of trx«v i11g- amt solicit! a fur pupil*, we off r Hie ti st seven M*> olorships a$tp i<> I or bv parti. * getting th. ii limit Lr iii \.*ur p. SIMI ce. at tin if prie* . if !;ik* ii l>-I ween now and January 20 I 05 OUR SPECIAL OFFER IS AS FOLLOWS. I* ii ' i Commercia I Con* st*. including bookkeep ng, sh.* thaml. |\ pe wiling and all cumuli rcial branches bookkeeping alone. sh.»rt Ii.iint alone typewriting ahint* ng i-h Course atone A iv v two of tin* atiuvc I tine not Iiiuil« d. .SIO Tin* above prices are on’v half the regular r te and are iinite I to si V ll pupils fro-ll any one postoffice, an » must be taken before January 20. 1905 Addr# ss Emory W. Justus, Shawnee, Okla. .AV.. J CHITWOOD, THE TAILOR, FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE. Produce House Robbed. Anadarko, Jun. IO,—Hind Sander*’ wholesale, produce house was broken into recently aud thirty sacks of potatoes and seven barrels of Apple* taken. A wagon was backed to the rear door and loaded* The officers hive a clue to the lobbers, but uj unUavv4 made- Kansas City, Jan. ltk—The business section of Olathe, Kau., 20 miles south of Kansas City, is burning A special train i about to start from this city with tire men and engines, in response to an appeal for help.    Telephone and telegraph communication was cut off soon after the breaking out of the lire. Olathe is a thriving city with I*),(XX) inhabitants and substantial store building*    Tile loss, as the tire seems to be he yond control of the local offici lls, max be several hundred thousand dollars. Five business buildings have been burned and the tire is spreading. So far as known there have been no caMiilticg.    The post office is one of the buildings des I Survey is Begun. I ul*a, LI, «Ian. IO “-The sur I vey of th** Kamas City, Tulsa & Southwestern road to the southwest tow urds Shawnee commenced Monday out of Tulsa. The line will be run to Wichita Falls, or Ci-c i, texas. The road will be built, it is stated by the local officers, within the next six months. A secret meeting of the offi.-ers is to be held in an eastern city within the next few j day s. Twenty miles of the line to the northeast of Tulsa has I been secured, whica completes the i line from here to Centralia, I. T. I It is practically certain that the | line is a Missouri Pacific propose j lion. J. M. Walsh, of Francis U jn (Uu guy * 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 nnd make abstracts of title. BRALEY & EBEY, RfjrCitlaana National Bank, ;