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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 4, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma X ii! 'N We '»V .o'’ n.ic. Cir*1 Hilt; A ’fitU’ U lls U lh. ll '** . HARDIN & JONES • Foil : «*• nj- * •% • \J    i    ti. VOLUME THE EVENING NEWS. DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY. THURSDAY EVENING. MAY 4. 1905. See Those Decorated Cups Saucers at oc>c a Set . . . — AT THE— Surprise Store. V, ii line drcorntrd war*- lint received NUMBER 39 * *V* R *>    ."S ♦ - * ♦ - * X5hc | WORD OF HONOR ^ Goes With Every Shoe We Sell. ” " “ “ \\ lien von t* iv "i o*1" ut I L" "lor*1 you uo not aw to em ■^F.* that co : in lot hr oo!o i-int i \ on jour iruar*i or yi will v*> have something imposed oa you that \ou do r. ” want & brought ti> eiilcago under raise po -tenses ‘We are not going "> work .is teamsters for J- day and tai*1 our lives in our hand" several of th*' negroes said. “We want to go bark in st. Louis.” Sixty others sad*! they lur* "tory to tho .iii <T That Tour C'hi-• a; ii nu ii ,.| I true rn* ans have been in . i»tlMiltat ion v\ ii h union offic ials and have offered to establish a e<H)p* erat iv I* * artabe company. the stork of whit Ii would be offered to union team- I **•* * >n ■ shut " ' tv machs !>y :u mu tnt tnt’* it) u' ii i red n reputation * >§ ■'it '* were willing to go to work. Most " i ( 5    plan.    jt    js    held,    -would iho negroes who struck pani*ipa’*-l o' |m(tnnis    e    the    iuobabilit>    of    strike* Tuesday s rioting.    j and    protact    iii*    general    induct rial    and i'kv first shooting \Vedn« 'lay or- nill Ill€l( j;l! |ijr curred at    franklin and Madison, street* \ caravan mail tied by colored j drivers and guards was atta* heil I*' a lug crowd rile negroes opened fir* 5 ar one*1 Hairy Williams and Fred I Best of Shoe Making ^ -rial in unworthy pair should ever mid Iut* 1* >r your Inuit md nut vol ;* lo"*.    ' u . we tv;ii    ** vino vo 1 at tot lur turn* x-eii" not;- v >ac\. ii ny any < . •Ha* WHY no!**?. &ULit    * es maker" will b * triad to tret t;mn uuck, '■IX Men's Shoes. $1.50 to $6.00. Laities’ Shoes. $1.50 to$4.00. & & Any st,'re .*?.it quoit Ut** same pric**- it s th.* Us >.J I sl t“lls the story, not ti,.' i>v:o>. t'omt' and *•*'*■ the * ===== f COX- JR Dry Goods Company. r** Ne •s. * W W & t* & <*> «.* Smith white men seated *ui a wagon loaded With pap* r, at the * utranee i( an alley, narrowly est aped death, bullet passed through Mi illiaiw> *,*,i and anotIn i Ihrough Smith s hat vt ter th*- shouting th*1 caravan proceeder on us stormy route While driving a wagon loaded wit! .na I frow the Rd vin F Panic*." et ‘in pa ny. rn I ranUlin aud Mauls**' st reef*. .logroll St ut I. a not' union col ore*! teamster, was "hot in the i !g! shoulder Nm w ii hsiantling his w»- .. - ii * et cond it t»f»" w tc obx kli»*lx to tlangerous t < > r Scull u* leav** I t> * ag* * uiril    he    had reached    the Handoff* siree-    viaduct nearly    ft mile fr**i w lier**    lo1    was shot    I he utero wa H en taken to a (attire station whet his Injuries Were (lifted Two hundred non itllon colored rn* art'iveil in a body from St lands i t it iv*    th**    plate .tf    guiling lean ! Mer"    \    gila i ti of    polit * men in* the negroes ai the 'rain ami a«<<>n I panted th*1 ti*-w striitc breakers to lodging bouse in Stint street. I it*r«*e noun oui wagons " its' Teaming in Vt mom a* • in Frank Mi sn a < ai ax an Hie Km pl Mayor Outlie has u nod .i pro* la- ! ti ta t iou lo t Ti ie I o! I ’* ii it e ti N't-ii I to see that a wet-k from Wn*ln«si!ay nil the slit i is lo in* tra\eisod by President K«o-> \t ii during In" * sn as Chicago" -Hts; "hall !»*• kept el* ar tit the traffle an*! - i mkt is and inilep**!nl*'ni wttrl cts rile mayor i" ticfermineil that 1,1 It ; iii oi \ intent e shall mar the prtEi dent s visit her*. >**t t • I • \ Job t»( ii* ' *k i,m 'n i:,I I I '* is’ issoeiatloi anno si e* •!    \v» in stlay altericton hat a r< pr*senf i 1. * t • d ; u as A *t uii ion was un - w . * <o Sprinkle t! to ask ‘it*. I *< i - * . c flu i ti ii 'tate troops at Cl *■' SPEAR GETS SEVEN YEARS. I tutorf alf tilt- Oltrrlltt. I*. lUuk I'lrMtOti *.tiillr ti* XI.«1.111(j lal«* I niflMln Jill* Hunk* Cl* x t lanti i> Max I A B. Spent. ash jet cd Ho. «dosed Cit i/en'* bank tf Ola*! Iii),    iii ii *    I    lilted States dis- triel t own    entered    ii idea    of guilt' o . ii, m int of the indictment. *haig-iii: i ,in with making false entries *n the Pan.."    books    Hist ti* t    Attorney Sulhxun ret onitnended that    all other in* nfs arain't Sjwar. eon? ain-. munis ne rn ti led. Judge Tax-ut 11 sen 11 in I Spear ? * * sex *; nipt i"*>nincnt rn ti*1 ('Ho i>* ni ti ll on VY pat hi • anti xx it bad • tor* iii I ,i|>rk» sam in il k an ip« ar J •nm ti : ar* ait ennfcrr -nan ah at ion i a I t ob1!! Coal Teamsters Join in Strike aud Elevators in Skyscrapers May Have to Close Lh w n. \! v t row u 1 I" Vol al it an Ii*1 wa; U im r*-< 11 g I • *1 The Big' Sale I AT THE! RED CROSS STORE Will Continue ALL NEXT WEEK FEDERAL OFFICIALS SERVING PAPERS FOH' Ex* lliitit IIH! Xioi.tlun* i f -I tut K * ht.lil-*»»t* Ii..into tutu " ti ie in ttitr >i It* A pile Ar    Ha'' ii I ort I runt XI (IO X**" I ern*    j;    , %fT*« trtl Ut, I .ate lit * r.opiumi» Urn-    ,, rill 1»> "t r 11* r r* I out* ti ti »**. GETTING A FAD REPUTATION. H'* M > .    *    *    *    I    i    I    -I    f    Tr    I    ut) I E.V.KOTSCH&CO. I I.ex opol I It lls xx Wed n*-" Ct rug git crap - *y -hive at' Cr♦ rar * t on! ra» XV* lit 'J order*1! i Carson, t a n f i e ill -MI la in e \ pel I <t ‘ IOU . i.» ;ake agg pal th* < >al A I largo rn i x nix ax * am: i: ed ill arsna M.-r he lATPUBLIC AUCTION! THE TAILOR. FBR UP TO-OATE CLOTHING. NEXT TO POSTOFFICE. PAUL XV. ALLKN. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. Horses I »lxii ti**d bx I Hiy r • ok. Salisi.ieti'Mv (guaranteed.    ik'st    *    .    \ Allen Livery Barn >*1)1,th I GW ll"* IPI Av*..    '    .    ’ °=l I + + + I I *1 0 The Touch That Tells is the Touch That Sells w >:ner», U‘ •*!!' .A fur Mio* > 11 '.PSIiXl’-*V > IOU maker** touch, touch yourj feet iii ! |KK‘koti»ook i jrhter. Fhey ti* ’speciallx stro’ij,; in modern style* mid i- th*' I**"! society MUST APPEAR IN COURI. I're.iilen t X le\i»ntler. .1. II. H*«le I* ll, I *.i«c< I T'ltrlx*!!, ttf lite Itjtn t», "niii-ti * *»i, , I ti, "ii itreiiie I iiurt. • i IU lam o- i. ani" .TI.-, (unify stopped ilu- t irax'iin iud for '*-11 minutes n • 'Clit* raged fit tin* corner, Th** tad* or J    r    - ii in    Hif    wagons drew    rexot ■ I '    1 ■<’ Iii I ii    a    tin 'en sh*U"    I*»lli*1* ".im L    hioke    th*- block|fl»- of    pa)!': u    •    nafil til    tin    i a rn V*ii wit h I he New X oi k VI ,1 x I. .Iii." I iv*' TI I "r In ! !i;it‘ I - * * ahi is el.- . a i in Mail! son has signed an order dim ting IM*-i 1 r*’- i lit" '■•.■lit in-, in i greed in Madi    den' J. NY. Vb-x indei Viet* Pi** -Mu* 1 on 'r--t all lh" 'ai to Midi igttu    I. II. ll vile .and Nit** President 'Jag* « ava nil''. Veal tin* viontgoiuta \ W'lfii    h. Tarh* ll tif tit*1 Ktpiitgblc Life \ >ur ^ a Co. "'tor*- 11 • • ti ow ti g:\ihti t ti wild*’    iin<*c society to api>'*ai be for** him ii • un old builtup.:    p ii. im tot ii • I * * xx ii    t he Sup!^t>ni<- t ourt on May ll, for th* • J ami pelted the non ti ii iou drixers with j purpose of lieing •\nmin*,d and makint O j bricks aud oilier missile*. The strlkc- • I brew I --I" again !irc*l Waller Martin Model BaRery....    I Kvurvthinir jxooil to eat always on hand at the • Model Baker y. Bread. Cukes, Pic^*. Cookies. Gandies Hic. J X w /. *-4* V V postoffice J. A. ISIMINGER, Prop. PHONE 124. J •    i    will    «* ti **! fur sal*1 at auctioy oil the nth -lay .»t dime. I'JO,* J j o’clock p. tit., my residence iii the town of \• I.». I I . i <» i • tainin<f t r*><»n ". I th ti i looti*, piivatd w.itepw opLs,    »i i - ^ who was in -In* • rOwd, ret eived it J 1 xx11uiuI in Iii*- lf Txm, ,,t    non- # , union -Irix- i" wert* I ( barged J x itll lh*' shooting, ijforue Wright, tine a (»t sh*- non union t* musters was st rink • Ie- ;• Mono md his Vigil! ear half till •       -    ...    -i*    •! hhc * »rav ii t-vi-niualix n ached its • bearing fruit tre*** Lot <I!U\ I I'1 feet. I or » I '.nfli His • j d« siination the xmd 2    cash and    remainder on    I - nonth    tinn* with lOmTwii ir.ifms’    J (M.-i! t..n;.o    ,t rh •    <•    < duct W. A..    Chitwood.    J !,;I      heen    ..nvr*,»    lo found a * o-opt rn - i \ f ca Han «‘onipany? is a ffhestion which was discussed by some of the lnitoi union offtrdah* W* drcedav ti tlu- Daniels Ji»h street via- J. M. Doss, Auctioneer. a deposition ic to the facts and cir min: tuners under which the so-called amended * baltei o| the l'*j iitai>!« so (icly xx as adopted. The officials oi the Kquitable are also instructed to produ* <* -ueh books and pa liers ;is may relate to iii** adoption of th*1 amended charter. The order was signed at tile request of Herltert (J. Tull of Philadelphia, a policy-holder in the la nimble society Tiiesilay th** iu5tit. retjQJSph to sign a similar order but upon ii fenexved application Wed rn-sday in an amended form, us sag gesfed by the court the ordo was signed. the Ada Naiionai Bairn, TOW HOPE. President.    JNO    I.    BAKRINGEK    Vice President FRANK JONES. Cashier. ORVILLE SNEAD. Asst Cashier Capital Stoc k,......-    * Undivided Prolix......  - Blanks|Furnished and Remittances Made to the Govern meat on I own Lots. \l)\. CHICK AS XXV X.Vl'ION. IM- t'^K- Mi ;