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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 19, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma 999999999999999 999 999 999 999 *999999 HIK NKWfc. (JIN KS 111K NKW S WI I ILK 11 ’> NKW > THE ADA EVENING NEWS. THE NEWS I’KLIVKKEI) AT I'v CKK W KKR VOLUME IDEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY■    •    ADA,    INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY EVENING-, JAN. 19 1905. WE NEVER WAS More In Earnest! J& Thin we are right now, in our JANUARY SALE No such prices in any previous January sale has been made to equal this. No matter what you want, if there is any sort of an excuse, the price has been reduced some times as much as half. White Mercerized Waisting Permanent finish, 50c quality, January clearance price ..........4Of Entire line of Flnnnette and Outing Suiting, all season at loc, January Clearance price........... Staple Check Aprons Gingham, our regular Tc qual ity, January Clearance price ......... 5c Ladies' Knit Mercerized Un de skirts, regular price $2 50, January Clearance price.............. $2.oo Ladies* Dress Skirts now priced very reasonable, entire line goes One-Fourth Off Ladies*, Misses* and Children's VV raps, marked very reasonable at One-Fo Embroideries Unequaled in \ alues. Bt sure and pr ce them. January Clearance price............  3c, 4c, 5c, Ti A loc Remnants in Wool goods in all colors, all weaves, at one third to one-half regular price. Call for them. * I $ vt/ vt/ vt/ vt/ vt/ w I I vt/ T Vt/ vt/ Including $ w CLOTHING, Men’s, Boys’ and Children’s and £ Men’s Odd Pants, January Clear | ance ONE-FOURTH OFF MCN *8 ALLWOOL UNDER- Shirts, our regular $1.00 line, January Clearance price............... 75c MEN’S 1-2 WOOL UNDERBID ir ta. sold all season at 75c, January Clearance price ...... 50c MEN S ALL WOOL FILLING Jeans and ( assimer pant* regular $1.50 line. January Clearance price $1.00 MENS BLACK, TAN AND Fancy half Ho*e, our reg ular 25c line. January Clearance ..20c, 3 pr. 50 NI/ vt/ vt/ vt/ T Vt/ VI/ Vt/ W SI/ SM SM SM SM SM SM SM SM SM Shoe Bargains. Men’s Enameled Box Calf Coin MEN’8 Patent Vici and Velour ( elf $5 OO value, Jannary Clearance price ..$3 50 Men’s Vici Extension^ sole and Patent Colt, aoid all season at $4 OO, January Clearance price. .. .$3.00 V SM Toe, Velour Plain Toe, reg NM ular $3.50 line, January \M Clearance price. ...$‘3 50 yjff Ladies’ Common Sente Button SM Kid, Flexible sole, regular $1.50 line, Janu try Clearance price ......$1.00 Splendid Line School Shoes.   .......S Remember half the winter is to come yet a vjFPM/rs war ms// JUDGE DICKERSON LANDSH ON DOODLERS AND GAMBLERS Negro Will Hang. Muskogee, I. jari i9—por the fir^t time in four years a jury in a capital ea*e returned a ver- Instructing a special grand jury at the Ryan term of court. Judge J. T. Dickerson, after giving general instruct »ns, gave the jury the following instruction*, which are of general interest: ‘‘Gentlemen of the Grand Jury: I have given you fully the law that is neee*>ary for your direction in the discharge of your official duties and I no-v wish to haven heart talk with you. Che enforcement of the criminal law substantially commences with you. The government in whose name we prosecute the violators of the law, consists, for the pur pose of rids particular business, of aaip by them, that the cities need •his money to pave their street* and to biyld their sidewalks; that we have a new country and we mu*t have the revenue “True, we have a n°w country and a glorious one hut have we a new decalogue I Hive we not the same old laws founded on the eternal principle'* therein con tamed? Pave our street* and build our si lew ilks on the violated oaths of our sworn officers? ^hall we place the plank at the expense of the moral bankruptcy of your boy ? Remember it comes home to some father and some mother and which you are summoned, of you j some home. Remember that the government is interested in the honesty and integrity cf her most humble citizen. The govern men? does not desire, and will not per mit an officer to violate his oath; does not want and will not permit, if it can be helped, any man t*» he a gtmbler, tioodler, or a bad citizen in any community, nor tau mil gunners and th dr wav o' doing business to deter the onward progress of the go id cpi 2 us of ihe community Belter that our streets *ho lid grow in gras* than-mr offi ers a* in-rP cowards, or 11 it our coil cifnce- h consumed h\ ihe moth O’ indifference Be ter that we "alk in dirt and dusi che rest of our futural live- than to walk rho Cern nt set in scrolls of i*eaut paid bv the disrespect of law, battered official oa»hs. degraded manhood and woitianho »d and bitter tears of poverty and crime. “Let’s kindle a new tire of re- alone. You have all been duly sworn. This is a sacred oath. “We have wholesome law* in this territory for the protection of society. ‘lf these laws are enforced, we can completely separate the vicious from those who desire to do right. If the laws art* not enforced, the loood'er and toe black leg, the gamblers and tim gambling den*. rile immoral reports ami the ole ments which support* them will soon predominate. ‘In our cities and towns die coy 'ffioef* should assist in en forcing the law. The federal authorities are almost overi>o v ered with work, and th**re is sometimes much delay before vw-reach every part of thi* district. “I ain reliably informed, I lie heve, that in some places within 'our jurisdiction a system of tines has been introduced, which is to all intent and purposes a scheme. Failed to Eleot Senator. Jefferson City. Mo.. Jan. 19. -Tile bolt of six republicans on the first and two more on the second ballot from the ranks of Thomas diet today and did not recommend K. Niedringhaus, tile republican that capital punishment he sus-1 caucus nominee for United States pended. The case was that of senator to succeed F. M. Cockr* ll, Joe Vickars, a negro, who it is whose election had seemed aa charged, assaulted Mrs. Bessie sured, resulted in no choice today Dunbar, a white woman, near in tile joint session of the legists- Wagoner last, Mav The jury ture. VV ith the exception of one returned a verdict of guilty wifch-who cast his ballot for Dr. Petti out h recommendation for mercy john of Lynn county, all the bolt- Vickars will receive the death er* voted for Kerens of St. I^oui'., sentence this term of court, the strongest; opjionent of Nied-1 There have been five hangings ringtails in the caucus. limned-; in this district since it* foi mation. iately after the second ballot, The last one occurred in 1899, which resulted as follows, the when Gyrus A. Brown and joint session adjourned until to-1 Matthew Craig paid the penalty marrow, when balloting will be resumed at noon:    Niedringhaus 85, Cockrell 83, Keren* 7, Petri-john I. Indian Territory Delegate Washington. Jan. 19 — A resin lution wa* introduced bv Representative ( orris of Kans«i* providing that C E Foley b** a de'e-gate to tie* Fifty Eighth Congress from Indian Territory and aeeorded privileges enjoyed on the gallows for murder May Be Seated, Washington. Jan 18—Congressman Curti*, of Kansas, offered a resolution yesterday, the *‘ff»*ct of which will be t«» make Mr Foley the delegate from the In ban Territory for <>ne.\earat •east The ros'*Kr on gee* to the con.mitt e on j Briary, which . Mr ( urt> lins re s*>' to believe be will report favorably by delegates from the several *e’Ti I    Succeed    Fairbanks. tories It is recited that he -a j Indianapolis, Jan., 18—Con-eleeted delegate to congress by a pressman Hemenwav was \ester- c*»nvention hell at South Mc : dav electee s,»n-..... vice    Charles Alester, 1.1., Nov. 15, 19<»3. A. Fairbank*. CHITWOOD, THE TAILOR, FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE. II ; j'r——..... Ail |H*ct for law. Let s demand of ! on the piirt of those    in authority, I every    officer, high or low, in    j fo aid and assist in    th** violation I every    city, town    or hamlet, that of the law, and by this method h«* be a true servant of the iieoplej livid** the ill gotten gain.    ,that    he    he    an officer in facta*! “I have been surprised at some    in name    Lei’s crown    1 official    life with    a halo of honor.    • • rn 4* L rn PAUL W. ALLEN. Livery Stable.    *    ^ N E VV H() R SKS    N    EW    BIK4GI ES Travel well. Satisfactory Service Guaranteed. Allen Livery Barn really good people making an argument in favor of this plan vvh**n oaths are held sacr»*d, and It is a plan to make money bv|Condemn it with disgrace and electing men to office, and then ignoinv when the*e are forgotten sacrifice th**ir consciences anti Let there be no compromise with violate their oath* that the J the violator* of law. it matters city might gain. It is not how’ enticing their invitation **j THE COMMERCIAL CIOD TALK CANNING FACTORY •          . The Ada Commercial Club met securing *ueh an industry at ibis! in regular meeting tuesday point. The canning factory com I evening. There was a fair at-. mittee wa* reeonim«*nd**d to tendance of niemliers. lip* min utilize such suggestions as they! Ute* of previous meeting was read thougnt assistful to the pr *ject. : Model Bakery.... K\er\ riling good to eat always on hand at the Model Bakery. Brea*!, t’nke^. Pow, Cookie, bandie*. Et**.    *<>*>    him    opposite    the    isustoffice. I J. A. ISL!NOER, Prop PHONE 124. BURN * EUPION * OIL And yon wont have any more Smoked Lamp I rnmneys or any more fussing by your wife FOR SALK HY- R S. TOBIN, JONES Ac MEADERS. LITTLE BROS., W. J. BAUGH, REED & JOHN ANI) M. I, mw KRS    -I T( >N .a W. T. MARTIN. AgURt Waters Pierce Oil Comoanv ami approved. I’nlini.shed hnsi ness was taken up. None of the committees was read.\ to report, and each one was granted further time. The chair appointed W. J. Reed as additional member of committee on canning factory propositions. Dr. Lisle, who had acquaintance with the advantage* attendant in the good roads movement in the county, was invited to talk. He explained the purposes of the movement, and urged that the chih send delegates to the good roads convention be held st Muskogee inst. On motion, which was carried, the chair appointed the following committee to attend the convention:    W    L    Re-**!,    C. S. Aldrich, W. A. Alexander, Dr W. VV. Higgins and () is IL Weaver. I here wa* a general discussi »n of the countr\*s need fur acini ning factory, and what constr Hied the betk r uc’ion looking *o the The chair made an especial appeal t<» the committee* to ‘lo the work assigned them and make retorts next meeting. A motion unanimously pre traded that the club invite the Indian Territory Teacher's Nor mal to hold its next session at Ada, and that the chair is* authorized to appoint a committee to draft an invitation in the name of the club to the officers of the Normal Association and present same to them. The committee appointed was J. R. Hendrix and Weaver. *3rn WOULD YOU TAKE $1,000,000 FOR YOUR EYES? L Don’t neglect them or wear poor gla*so C. J. WARREN, the Optician, Fit You Right. EYES    TESTED Will FREE J on the 26th and 27th Otis B Meeting ad journed. Remanded to Jail. Ardmore, I T., Jan. 19.-—The preliminary trial of E. W. Lester, the ex Confederate moldier, who is charged with the killing of David L. Fnizier, was had here United fcHite* ('oinfnis*ioner Kobnett remanded L*-i. r to jail without bond to aw in iii** a, ti rn of the federal grata! j ry. 25c. FREE 25c. Twenty five cents given away on every pair of all Lather '"hoes where th** coupon is present** January, 19< *5 Ten net* all Leather Shoes ar** mad* ladies and children at from 60c, to $3 So per pair Tenners 4 during for men, At E. L. STEED’S. N D. R ;