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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 17, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                    HIK NEV HIVES THE J WHILE ITM    sKWS sKIWs j               THE ADA EVENING NEWS.     THE    NEWS      DELI VK int- BKI    KKD AT I WEEK     DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  VOLUME I  ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, TUESDAY EVENING, JAN. 17, 1905.  NUMBER 264  WE NEVER WAS*  More In Earnest!  vt/  kl/  %  w  vt/  vt/  vt/  Than we are right now, in our ^  JANUARY SALE  White Mercerised Waisting  Permanent finish, 50c quality, January clear  ance price ..........4<>c  Entire line of Flnnnette and Outing Suiting, all season at 10c, January Clearance price .      Sic  Staple Check. Aprons Gingham, our regular Ti* qual ity, January Clearance  price .................5c  Ladies' Knit Mercerized Underskirts, regular price $2 5o, January Clearance price..............$2.    o<»  Ladies' Dress Skirts now  priced very reasonable, entire line goes  One-Fourth Off  Ladies’, Misses' and Children's  Wraps, marked very rea* son* ole at  One-Fourth Off  Embroideries Unequaled in  Values. Bb Mire and pr ce them. January Clearance price............    3c, 4c, 5c, Ti & loc  Remnants in Wool goods in all colors, all weaves, at one-third to one half regular price. Call for them.  CLOTHIN G , Including Men’s, Boys’ and Children’s and Men's Odd Pants, January Clear ance  ONE-FORTH OFF  MEN’S ALLWOOL UNDER-  Shirts, our regular $1.00 line, January Clearance  price ......... 75c  MEN’8 1-2 WOOL UNDER-  Shirts. wold all season at 75c, January Clearance price................50c  MEN S ALL WOOL FILLING  Jeans and Cassimer pants regular $ 1.50 line. January Clearance price $1.00 MENS BLACK, TAN AND  Fancy half Hose, our regular 25c line, January Clearance . ,20c, 3 pr. 5Cc  Shoe Bargains.  MEN’8 Patent Vici and Velour  Calf. $5.00 value, Jannary Clearance price ..S3 50 Men’s Vici Extension sole and  Patent Colt, soid all season at $4 OO, January Clearance price. .. .$3.00  Men's Enameled Box Calf Coin  Toe, V* lour Plain Toe, reg ular $3.50 line. January Clearance price ...$2 50 Ladles’ Common Sense Button  K d, Flexible sole, regular $1.50 line, Janu try Clearance price..........$1.00  Splendid Line School Shoes.  oA/fp/r/Cir spares//-  IHE FIGHT IS ON NEW MEXICO AND ARIZONA  VI/ VI/  I  No such prices in any previous viz January sale has been made to vt/ equal this. No matter what you 5/ want, if there is any sort of an $ excuse, the price has been reduc- I 4 ed some times as much as half. ¥  rn    vt/  /IV ——  .........VI/  VI/ VI/ VI/ VI/ VI/ VI/ VI/ VI/ VI/ VI/ viz VI/ VI/ VI/ VIZ VI/ VIZ VI/ VI/ VI/ VIZ VIZ VI/ VIZ VI/ VI/ VI/ VIZ VI/ VIZ VI/ VI/ VI/ VI/ VI/ VI/ VI/ VI/ VI/ VI/ VI/ VI/ VI/ VI/ VI/ VI/ VI/ VI/ VI/ VIZ VI/ VI/ VI/ VIZ VIZ VI/ VIZ VI/ VI/ VI/ VIZ VIZ VI/ Viz VIZ  Remember half the winter is to %  come yet    $  viz  viz viz viz i w viz  Washington, Jan. 17. — By *|,u 0 ,    .    ..    .  ._ w    Plat if the present ratio of    growth  vote of 30 to 24 the senate Mon I    *    .    *  .    .    ,    .    .    ,    *    "as    maintained    the    population  dav decided to consider the cross .    .....  "est of the Mississippi river  town street railway hill for Washington but the measure sc on gave place to the statehood nill That measure was discussed f° r  three hours by Messrs Simmons and Hey benn, both of whom fav  would be three    times    as    large as  Cut east of the    river.    He con  tended that the peop e of Arizona were in ev ry way capable of making a state for themselves,  ,    ,    , . . .and he pointed out the marked  ored the elimination of Ai izona . „    .  Kliuerence iii race, religion and  training of the people of that Ter-  .    ,    ,i r t f ory compared with those of  nill transferring tile county of  VT     -    ». ,    .    ,, .  r*.    .    ™    7    i    \    -    a.    !  N, ‘ w  Mexico,    which    should, he  Fayette,    Tex., from the Western |_„ ;j   to the Southern Judicial District  of Texas was parsed.  ATTTEND  C ommercial Club Meeting'  TONIGHT — o-  from the bill.  At the opening of the session a  j At 2 o'clock tin' statehood bill, as the unfinished business, was laid before the senate, displacing! the railroad hill.  Mr, Simmons of North Coo ; Turn spoke against the bill in its,  said, entitle them to separate  stato hood.  Mr Hevburn said tint he  would, if necessary, agree to the  consolidation of Oklahoma aid  Indian Territory,but lie expressed  doub of the wisdom of ev»*n that  part of the hill because of his I  .    ..    ,    .conviction that Hie population of |  present form. He made a plea,, , n     ...  .    .     t     .i    Indian lerritorv woull become a'  against the pro|K)sed st Ate of, u ... , ,    .    ,,  4  . . ,  .    .    ,    j    political plaything tobetnded  Arizona    on    the grounds of arca, !    ...  land to do business with.  saving that the avenge oti-tan^e from the count irs im hided rn th** present territory of Arizona t<»|  Santa Fe, the proposed new ca pi tai, was 5"0 miles, lleconten led tint as show n in the case of the  division of Dakota in'o two states..    ,    , „ .    ,  .    .    ,    "lien, ar 4;>d o rn, th*senat  tin* tendency was toward smaller!    _ .  instead    of    larger    states,    and  added that    New    Mexico    and  As for ill** effort, to unit** the other two territories, he could se*-| no reason fo !  it except for a short '•‘‘gilled desire t*» shut the door of th • s mite against tin* west.  \1 r I lev bu rn had n*>t * o chid* d  Big Fee To Be Paid.  Washington, Jan 17 —It is expected that a $75<»000 attorneys’ fee for serv ees rendered the Choctaw and Chickasaw tribe will be disbursed by the treasury department today. The firm is I Mansfield, Murray & Cornish oft the Indian Territory. This amount was allowed by act of congress after Secretary Hitch-1 cock had strenuously opposed the payment of the fee. It is a clear defeat for the secretary, j who tried as a last expedient, to] prevent the payment bv referring! the act tinder which it was authorized to the department of justi«-e. Tho attorney general decided that the action of con gress was final and that the act was w ithout a hitch.  Wednesday, Jan IR, is Ladies I hi vat th** Howling Alley. H* >u**e is free to ladle* and their escorts from 2 to 5 o'clock.    2*>l  Niedringhaus.  Jefferson Cite, Jan. 17.—It is stated nu thor! ti vely that the majority repot t being prepared bv the senate investigating commit tee will hold Niedringhaus, republican caucus nominee for United States senate, culpable in accepting money from the St. Loui** brewers and then crediting it to himself.  Attorney Goes to Jail.  James A. Long, an attorney fr'*m Wetumka. w »s tined $25 in IT. S. Commissioner Swayne’s court at Wetumka on Saturday for refuging to be seated when so ordered by the commissioner. Mr. Long refused to par the fine and is now in th** T T  S jail at this place, sentenced to spend one day in prison for each 75 cents of the fine and costs, remaining unpaid. Mr. Lf mg has petitioned th** court foi a writ of habeas corpus, the hearing being s°t for Wednesday. l ids w ll make an interesting ease a* if is ar. unusual proceeding.  Special Baby Day  On Sat nr bi vs. one half dozen cabinet Ph »*o- of the babv 99 Cents. Opposite tho nos*ofli©e.  203 Br w-40 It  went into executive s* s*i rn, and I adjourned live minute* later.  CHITWOOD,  TEE TAILOR, FOR LP-TO-DATE CLOTHING, KEX! TD POSTOFFICE.  A rizona combined would In twice as lar^e as both the Dakotas together.  Mr. Hevburn also spoke against the union of Now Mexico and Arizona, expressing the opinion  Let ticket* for the Harvard’-They will Im* here t*»*norio" nig it, Wednesday* lour " ii** enjoin music tak** her *»ut Ilk** you did vv hen you were courting her. Check your seats at once at Clark's.    204    2t  DANK WILL ADVANCE   r -4l  *  +  Lo  PAUL W. ALLEN,  Livery Stable.  NKW HOUSES    .    NEW    BUGGIES  Travel well.    I^iofc    well.  Satisfactory Service Guaranteed.  Allen Livery Barn  +  +  o  o  J  {25.00 ON COTTON j J  I Model BaKery....  Dallas, Tex ii**, (’oh K S. Deters,  lanuary 17 president  of  or $25,t HJO,<KX).  “ Hie*** hankers are willing to  the National Cotton Grower's  t  ad vane© this money for twelve Anociation, and also of the Texas months on every bale of cotton Dutton Growers* Association, that is turned over to them.  I* VCrv thing jfiwtfj *«* nl»* nv». ort l>.i»»«J qf th     \ I « Mil *|    I I tnt.    M*n . I    !*r«*ru).  1         I',,...    I ’»wi Iv    IN,      (%»n*t    • M V        «» hifii .1        tb* t    •**«.* ll    lie -#►.     J. A. ISLINGFR, Drop. phone u*. J  •et,ms was nit ready to I )rov * l * e  thud disposition of the rh. ii..rn. .,f ii,., ti. ... I— I affairs of the Five civilized Tribe-  j stated last nigh* that he h id ie I ceiv‘*d from a responsible southern banking firm an offer to advance th** sn n of $25 on ever.v I bale of cotton now In Id in Texas, Oklahoma and Indian Tt»riit©ry.  Mr. I  I give out the name of th** ti nu Im cause tile details are not yet complete.  He stated, however, that it was a well-known hanking institution of th** south aud good for millions j of dollars.  “ The plan as proposed at present contemplates the selection of  ‘ll tile farmer continues to sell his cot ! on it is gong to 4v.  Civilized Indian Tribes Bill.  Washington, Jan 17. Senator stewart tod av introduced a bill to  in the Indian Territory. Provision is made for establishing pub ic highways in the Choctaw, Chickasaw and Seminole nations; for the discontinuance of town sit** commissions; for the pay ment of all just indebtedness of th** Five Civilized Tribes; fur  The Ada National Bank.  TOM HOPE. President.    JN0 L. BERRINGER. Vice President.  FRANK JONES. Cashier.    ORVILLE SNE AO. Asst Cash.et.  ( apithl Stink, ---    ......$50.1 MMI. OO  Undivided l'rotits,..........20,200.00  Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Government on Town Lots.  ADA, CHICKASAW NATION. IND. TKR.  trii-tees who will actus agen'a of i a . bwlii * hi " K t,ibal ,0 " rls in  "" the hankers in paving the money to tin* farmer and becoming ens todians of the cotton.  ‘‘This cotton is to be placed and kept in a warehouse accept able to insurance companies and can not be sold no matter what price it reaches, without the consent of tie* farmer-owner.  ‘ No, there has been nothing  ChoetiW, Chickasaw and Semi nolo nations, and for the dispo-1 aition of lands remaining after allotment.  To Collect Tribal Tax.  At<1 more, I. T., Jan. Iff.—The,  Chickasaw Nation is preparing to  en fore** th** collection of the met -1  ch ints’ tax iii the Nation.  This tax, which amounts to I j said about tin* trustees so far as ;  ])er c ,, nt  „f  t | 1( ,    .....   etlc |,    |  to w ho they shall be is concerned. j merchant's stock, Im* been de-  “Naturally they will have to be cl ired valid by United Mates  satisfactory to furinc rn or no Jmlge Townsend iii a decision.i cotton would be turned over to p,j ol - to the Court’s ruling the them and they will have lo be tax was held in abeyance. It is satisfaciory to the bankers or „ * known wheiher or not back | they would not trust them to 11 axes, which have aceuiuulaied I make such payments.  Mr. Peters was averse to gtv mg out any details about the If merchants refuse to settle,  BMA  WOULD YOU TAKE 9  {1,000.000 i  FOR YOUR EYES?  Don’t neglect them or wear poor glasses.  C. J. WARREN, the Optician, Will Fit Yon Right.  EYES ^ TESTED    FREE  BSSB  rn  cml  I since the case was pending, will be collected.  25c  matter until the arrangements had been completed.  “riioonl.v reason that the tiling is not const] to min ad now,” Ii** ►aid, “is ilia! we are figuring On  ir is stated, they wil report to the Indian Ag«»nt No trouble, h cvcver, is amici) aud in tilt* collection <»l the tax. as it i-* believed tint merchants will n u vv  Twenty five cents given away on every per of Tennets all L ather "hoes where this coup >n is present** 1  during J ii n u:« iv, 19"5 Tennct- nil L**ither Sh**<*s ar** made for 111**0, ladies and children at I porn tlOc. to $3 5 * per pair. At  whether it will requiiei^.DOOjUUOmeUle, arnee the dvaisiou,  E. L.  ADA.  I N O.   

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