Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 26, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma
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THE ADA EVENING NEWS.
^^INQ ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY
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l'»e PEK WEEKADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY EVENING, JAN. 1905.
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OF THE TWO TERRITORIES.
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UUU, CLOTHING, HEXT TO POSTOFFICE.
in Ada. We strive always to (five you all you nay for or more, behave a few broken lots, all jfood clean
floods at a big sacrifice. shoe, come to us.
lf in need of any kind of a
Ladies’ Russia (.'alf, welt sole, the very best tan
shoe in our house, to close.......................................32 50
Ladies welt sole, rubber heel, regular $3.50 shoe
to close.................................. ’$°75
Ladies medium and lijtlit weight sole, Bal and
Clutcher, very -nappy, strictly hijrh grade, at $2 50
I ne cleanest, best made and most satisfactory Indies Kid Shoes ever sold in Ada in Bal and
HI Dirtier, any heel, any sole................... *0 po
Our children’s School and Dress Shoes are all any fair minded Parent could ask. Ask to see our Family ineof School Shoes, 5 to 8 at $1.00, 8* to IU at $1.25 I* to I at....................................................
Special inducements in a few broken lots of Men’s
Our. Lace and Km broidery sale is creating lots of
oms pp/rs sperms//-
I Model Bakery....
Kver.vfhing good to eat alway*, on hand ut the Model Pa her.v. Broad. (ako, Pie.., Cookies, Candies, Kfo. Soc him opposite* the i>ostoftioo.
Tile report of the Bureau of Agriculture last issued contains some figures on Oklahoma and Indian Territory which are very interesting. In this report Indian Territory is shown to have planted 1,685,957 acres of corn, and to have raised 32 4 bushels per acre, or 54,625,007 bushels, which sold at 40c per bushel, netting $21,750,“OO; Oklahoma Territory planted 1,729,955 acres in corn and raised 43,641,679 bushels, which sold for $18,958,-555.
For the production of winter wheat Indian Teriitory planted only 246,438 acres. This yielded 3,474,776 bushels and sold for $3,405,280. Oklahoma Territory greatly excelled Indian Territory in raiding wheat, raising 15.“4“.-.668 bushels, which sold foi I *13,987,819 The difference in price was 5c per bushel o- Indian territory, where wheat! averaged 98c per bushel ; Indian Territory -owed 216,782 acres of oat", which amounted to 6,980,380 bushels, and sold for 38c
STEWART BILL TO PASS.
• J. A. ISLINGER, Prop. PHONE 124. •
RUSSIAN OFFICIALS NOW ~ REGAINING THEIR SENSES.
8t. Petersburg, Jan. 26, 2:15 a rn. — Gov. Gen. Trepoff ant y Minister of Finance Kokovseff issued a proclamation last night which reveals the government plan for breaking the strike, not only here, but throughout Russia. The proclamation is conceived in s paternal tone and points out that honest workmen who want to better their condition should have brought tneir demands to the government instead of being
* misled by agitator* in affiliating with a movement which is not confined to economic aspirations.
It invites them to return to work, promising them in the Emperor’s name a revision of the 4 laws so as to restrict the hours of labor, the institution of a plan for state insurance and otherwise to meet their demands so far as the law will permit, and guarantee them protection against interference by agitators. This docu-
* menfc will be followed eiiher by an imperial manifesto along the same line* in the hope of preventing the strike or by specific proc lamations by the local authorities wherever strikes are in progress.
By promising to yield the question of the hours of labor, which are now legally eleven hours in Russia, the authorities believe they will meet the main
f grievance of the workmen. This together with the guarantee of protection, the authorities hope will induce those strikers who are Indifferent in political demands and whose class thev declare consta Kreat buik of men, to resume work.
• : per bushel, amounting to $2,632,
• j 544. Oklahoma Territory sowed 283,117 acres, the yield wa* 21.2 bushels per acre, the yield was 6.002,086 bushels and ?old for $2,100,749, or 38c per bushel.
Oklahoma exceeded Indian Territory in Hie production Irish potatoes. Oklahoma planted IO, 126acres which yielded 860,625 bushel , and sold for 77e per bushi
Tribal Affairs, According to Advices, to be Wound Up.
Ardmore. I. T., Jan.. 26—Ad vice received from Washington is to the effect that the Stewart hill now pending iii Congrt s? and which makes full provision for Hie winding up of tribal affairs, is almost certain of passage It is stated that the hill may he amended in some form, but that in the main the act will contain those features which the Interior Department have so strongly rec oui mended as a solution to the Indian situation and problems Hon. Francis E Leupp, the new Indian Commissioner, has also recoin mended tile measure. He is anxious for tin* passage of in favor jt,,is ,lct He states that lie would like to see the authority coneen toited in one man to take the place of the Dawes Commission and wind up the allotment and the affairs of the tribes immediately.
PAUL W. ALLEN,
NEW HORSES NEW BUGGIES
Travel well. Look well.
Satisfactory Service Guaranteed.
Allen Livery Barn
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WOOED mu TAKE
FOR YOUR EYES?
Don’t neglect them or wear poor glasses.
C. J. WARREN, the Optician, Will Fit You Right.
EYES TESTED .£> FREE
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the milliner of today.
She Must Be Alert and Progressive to Win Patronage.
In the millinery world of toda.\ of there is no one who is more fully aware «*f the change* in»t.\ ie than the head trimmer of an up&odale millinery establishment. This 1 . ^ 1 *J‘i’ l*V mi*st be alert, quick to 1
a total of *552,613.1 gra-p the newest ideas and ever I
“OIL & TO & BURN.” I
And why not burn Eupion? There is none bet* HH
EUPION oiL.erChant '° KiV0 JOU the J
FOR SALE HY -J"
R. S. TOBIN, JONES A MEADERS. LITTLE '.L
Ll. S< WJ- l5AI’GH, BKE I) & JOHX-TON T
AND M. L- POWERS c* .a +
W. T. MARTIN, Agent Waters Pierce Oil Company "J
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Indian Territory: Thursday night increased cloudiness with pr ibnblo snow in west portion. Warmer Friday.
The big thermometer in front of tile New* office registered today a* follow?:
At 8 a. rn.. ....... 2l
At 3 p. rn.. ... 35
planted 9,840 \ watchful of the advancing steps
which Melded 673,96“ 1 ot lier H, L VV hen Midi an artist
Im-liel* (not including second 1I* *‘‘curei1 ,lie dealer in Indies
.•mid uhini. -.jj » 1 ^ead wear can rest assured of iv*n-
trop;, a men sold for <.»e lier lr,.ii....r k. 1 . .
I trolling his own trade and aho a
$.>“8,226. I large percentage of that which he
otherwise wou.d not receive.
I his w ill be tile 1 option of the
millinery department of the Reed
& Harrison house during tile
For tile position of
I WHITE GOODS
bushel and netted These figures are for the year I eliding Dec. 31, 1904.
Choctaw Coach Burned.
South McAlester, I. T., Jan -'ti I ,onlil,K year A Choctaw rail war i,assenter 1I1,***1 tri'»n»er they have seemed
car was burned here morning. It is thought that the tire was caused by an explosion of one of the car lamp*.
Federal Prisoners to Kansas.
Denison, Tex., Jan. 26. An order has been issued by the de partmcnt that hereafter federal
A trip through North Ada this l,ruson°rM from the Central Dis morning revealed the fact that, rictof lndian Territory shall he there are about twcnt.v or twenty- sent to Leavenworth, Ran., in-
‘“^er the services of Miss Pearl Wednesday I of St. Loin-, a lady w ho ha-spent years in the mlimery world. 8he hits a higli sense ot what is beautiful and becoming, and combined with her amiable and chirming manners, will win tor her employe* custom that has never entered their doors.
About the tir-t ot February Miss Keo wiil leave for the mar-
Begining Monday and continuing for three days we will put on sale our entire line of white goods, embracing table linen, napkins, towels, ladies skirts, underwear gowns, laces and embroideries. These goods must be moved out to make room for our lars:e line of spring goods and we have put the price on them that will make them go. Here are a few of the prices:
Progam XX ,h Century Club.
Roll Call—Art'V and Musician from Russia.
Reading—“The Bal* of Poland’ Mrs. Barton.
Parer— “What tha Peors^ Read in Poland/- Mrs. Higgins Music—Mrs. Thornton.
* Hostess—Mrs. Biggins.
five patent school de?ks and units lying out in the open weather, and from inquiry it was ascer tained that they had been King there for some three week?.
The Meats seem to be all right, or were before they were subjected to the rain and freezing of some day* ago, and why they were left at the mercy of the elements no one seems to know, but on the whole it is apparent that an act of gross carelessness has been perpetrated upon the public. If the seats were not needed they in ii* lit have been stored somewhere, even a rough barn would have answered the pur loose.
The seats, to be of further benefit, will now have to have a new coat of varnish, and several of them are quite badly warped so as to make them almost useless.
Some one is to blame for this act and whoever it i* the burden should be properly placed, as a waste of public pi onerty is an aet of which no one should he guilty of.
Conviot Contract Extended.
Guthrie, Ok., Jan 26.—Gov. Furguson Wednesday had the contract with the State of Kansas for the keeping of Oklahoma prisoner*, which e xpired today, temporarily extended. It is quite likely that later a contract with a time limit will he matte
stead of Atlanta, Ga. The marshals welcome the order, us they
kefs, Mid while there 'n',ii algist I m fi”“ rBU,,ar U°° S,‘lU'V' Mr. Hanson in the selection of'th'* °",y the dry goods and ladies furnishings Parties who desire special articles in these lines can leave their orders at the store and
do not like the long trip to the every etfJrt wm'be"'wade'to pm-Leonia capital. cure their wants while in the
0 sellers, this
Regnalr Si sale only
Regular $1 25 sellers, sale only ........
Mucking towel-, 40c this "ale only
Huckieg towel", 1*2} ers, this sale only Same towels, 10c ?
til is sa!e. only
The eighteen-year-old daughter of Mr and Mrs. Hopwood, living
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motlier especially so.
A handsome I>ressor Searf, 75c seller, this sale only
Upon her return to Ada Miss Roe will have on display a line of .
near ,1; TYi"........,llil*I*Ile,‘.V the like and quality of 1 Dresses Scarf, a 35c seller,
Of mcnn, ,L; th.H mornm* which has never hee. shown in this sale only ZZC
I neuinoma. Her motlier and I the Southwest. She is a consol -1_ -
a brother are both quite iii, the | vutivo buyer and the pi.trom.jte of
the house can rest assured that she will have the latest for their selection.
Parties are preparing the curb tug for a new brick walk in frono of the postoffice. Dr Breckenridge has the material on hand Ut la.\ a cement walk in front, of the building next the postoffice and will have the walk placed a** soon a* the weather permits. Hover nor Byrd should now fall in line and give the public something better than what graces the front of his building on the corner.
To the Publio.
In these columns hereafter will he found a forecast of the weather, and also the temperature, taken twice during the day at 8 a rn., and at 3 p. m. We have placed a big thermometer in front of this office for the benefit of the public and the LI. 8. Weather bureau will furnish us the forecasts.
Ws will give the report and the readings just as they occur and will not be responsible for a frost during a warm day or a hot wind following a snow storm.
K. of P. Election.
At a regular meeting of Mag
One lot. of Ladies Underskirts. 15c solids, this sale only
Genuine Linen Towels,
nolw Lot!m> No. 45 Knight* of ]-pliers, this sale only
Pythias held January 24, 1905, the following officers were elected tor the ensuing term:
Chancellor Commander, Robert VV imbish; Vice Chancellor, A.
Yeager; Prelate, Tom D. Me Keo wn; Master of Work, ILA. ^prague; Keeper of Keo»rd and , A* II; Constant; Master of F inance, W. A. Chitwood; Master I of Exchequer, W. L. Reed; Master at Arms, ,)oe [slinger; Inner Guard, W. L. Nettles; Outer Guard, J. VY. Thompson.
Installation of officers will be I held January 31, 1905, at whi(>h
tune all members of the lodge are requested to be present as in addition to the installation, other! matters of special importance will be taken up and acted upon, in winch each and every mein tier is v|tally interested,
An elegant towel* this sale only
c seller, **
(ipniiinp Linen. 72 inches fi ,A wide, S1.5C seller, tin- >:.le vt.IO Genuine Linen, 72 im lies nrj wide, $1.25 iffier, this sale VHC
66 Inch table linen, 75c sell Lh or, this sale . OuC
66 Inch fable linen, 6“c seller a» ibis sale .....4jC
()ne lot linen Napkins, $1.00 (j-"eHers, this sale
One Int linen Napkin sellers, this sale
We have several oat terns in bolts that xx ill l>e ^old at a greater reduced figure.
Now is th© tim© to Iny in your white goods for the summer. You can get them at half the price what
they will cost you later on. and if this
is an inducement for you. you will be at our bargain counters earlv Mondav morning. During these three days we will also have on sale other items all over the house.
Reed & Harrison.