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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 19, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 #  C V*    *    K    ■    \    V- 'N    *    V,    -    V    '    Ii  WY Write  Yr I nae, Fire arui Ye ,e I ss u ramv .  HARDIN & JONES  * * K NM.t ms Over • ii. \    *  VOLUME  THE LVENING NEWS.  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A -ARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY, FRIDAY EVENING. MAY 19. 1905.  >KK OUR LINK OF  5c LAWNS  AT PHK-  Surprise Store.  NUMBER 52  ADMITS THE MONOPOLY.  I'mti.lr it t tit %    r**    f'rt**4r    •    *»r    Liu*  I 11 fir*. Hr fort «>«(.»l«    «    ..ii.inittrr  • •ii I ii lr rn* I r I •> til *» • «• r.  AN UNUSumL SPECTACLE  Eleven Vessels leave Sandy Hook rn an Effort to be the First  to Reach England.  CUP BY 6EHMM {MPEROR THE PRIZE  Wa**It I ll&• nil    Mas  Senat* * oil) iii it ic* * ii men *- h hit Ii s inv♦*  lit torn* tin .nu i "tale com iv a nu i i alima*  Emperor of Russia Sanctions F urthei Steps in the Policy of Reform Recently Entered Upon.  Kk.v ut* MHi’itil lir«i^» mu luiMgjiimrf I fur Kit ii i rn M t oiuniitlee It.iMt M»»«t ILink I in Ii t%l» ii*. Hii>l **»i Iriitifil ti) {Sr \iI*h Mf I ’* : I Hunt* m'H '»*• AIhiuI ll.OOO Vltlr*  Sandy Hook, V J . J' I"  \vin«l nun all that ct*ul«l be tinned lh** I! yachts emeriti in 'lie race across ’hi- ocean it** E'uip* aor s cup. vol away Wednesday. The yacht" vert* tow**) o <t **? Slimly Hook bay about It o'clock aud made fv*r ’ he el art Ii ii a  :,u  oft '"undy Hot* I* Hgii "hip. -Ai ti a ht'in ihe’e was still I HI!" Hte.'H bit ft‘ii. UM'- ii 'N as fji.or.aJt rising ani just befoi- ?>i)“ii ♦vet could sec a distance of ti' e miles. to m<»r* The w intl which had* i*een bWw.i.g about tea miles, however had Ut€»pi*ed considerably so that when 'he yachts rossed ' » >»ai nu? im* there was not naut h mot ih.o a ti'* I it*'  The \ a* hi"' had lift I* ne tot ; lam t-  ver us at the Sine fin hart v ;*ll Bop ped 'o*\s and made "ail tha ■ :b* pie* p&rateiy gun was tin . at not*. r» 1 - *ninut<‘"' later tie warning g *ri was tire<*, and five minutes later the s f ai ^ tug gun. Th*' yaci.tr vet; away ti  r b»‘ follow int: order:  A Usa 12:45:55. I ii mega tale 12 I Atlantic. 12 ID: *> Endymion. ’16.-0*- I iambi ; g IT x ■<***; fbi"'  Ik Mu:    Hettr de l.ys.    4  he am.    12:30;    Apache.  rte walla and Valhalla crc to the windward if tin boat at 12.1 * hid bt it h wet The V tow ana crossed 12:57 St* hut the ValhaS trir" in the i.glti wind r.bont, arui did not cross t  rates, Riesidein Bedin I:    Ht*hhins    o!  the Armour *air Sin*" company. I tics day admitted 'in* th* company bai j JU or IO en Iiisi\* contracts with rail j roads for Hun irauspo’iai on business-aud ac know led g* ti a rmmopoly of that I ta fbi iii parts of 'I** west aud south, j Wherex er illest * veins iv* tDiitLtcu applied, he admit ted tilt producers anti shippers of fi nil had lo accept th* rates iai*i down by the Armours lit claimed that his compai y was a private one Mini therefore im*’ subject to he intel slate cowmen-* laws. Mr Kolduns win* was th*- star witness til the day and a ipeareb to continue his testimon> of .ma' was closely * v amineti by ti* t omvnlttee 4 regarding the opera non * f the Armour in erests These e\cl us \ * con I a« - with rad ixia*is he s«•■ d wi lt g*n« r aBy pi iv at* contracts though e\htt»i *d whcu * quested. lit asserted that the Ar rn ours tit* not Let anv adv ai. ayes ovei other shippers in these tai" Replying to Chab man Elkins the witness sail that his « oil pa ny did nut want lo I** subject to th* .iii* est a t* ruiuoi* 11 ♦ law s. It seems intl i **t*-<! Mi EIK ins “i hat mn w a IU all *i< advantages and none of Mi* re"p* n" -'iii*" cit t omtaon cai ie*-"  PRESBYTERIANS MEET.  *«rttt-rMl    ut    III) •’f ll. r t Iii r« I* it* '***i* , i  in I n<itmum lii.tl. r IImi-Imm him!  VV . .1. Hr* MC I ‘ re»r it t.  RESTRICTIVE UWS GREATLY MODIFIED  t *l«lluu* Uh* Iii Poland »4i«l D‘ r ,ultl ' ■Pl'rovltur*. %*Mt..«l VV Ii Ie It ti** Native* 0Hnr Hero 1Ic Ii I tag for V r»r», V re IU itu.tf.1 I* a He*eiMitl **r *.«v«n»H»e*t • I'ulltf Hr CM id I Ii k I lin.e t'r»i* Hi* e«.  St. Petersburg lilt It* room foi genuineness of she imperial reform aile!  May IN. Th* re * pi it ism as to ' Lilt’ broad !»<»livy “I he re rn a i kabb steps sanctioned ny Emperor Nicholas j in the imperial rescript issued I lies*.a.* * modify ing t he i eat rn t i \ t nine of the western loo Russia and giving -in I  dei l ees mumms urea  OI*  nu*  freedom for acquiring fat ming and purchasing landed piopem*" and indual rial piemis* s aud giv ny p« : cion lo introduce the Polish ami I. thuanian language". in the primary "»ectiii>1 ai y school*- wheo tin  11  tx or ii' of the inhabitants ai* non Kti"S . Almost at one sweep the w holt burden of the vexatious restrictive laws ti Poland and tile Haiti* pmvli been removed ami  ; bc pi iv mr;*  'lit v e  I rn rul I    uf    lltrMtt' *    rtuil* ai New  V (irk Cit) mm I ii* po»in|” IOmI* lo I i» lit stale.  New York, Mav IN. Th* body of Hi- i ram t’ronk, vv no .v«u to be the tasi j em vivoi *d the val of INP.' wris ! rough.I i I** re Wetlnes lay from Poonevllle, N.  ^ ami will be laid away in tv pres* Hills cemetery v*. itii full military honors The funeral vvill be held Tiiiiixlay ami in Hi* meantline tin*  < *»dv will lie >n "tate in t’itv Hall.  Acct un pony lug Hie bialy were Mr. Plonk s three murvivint sort anti on* lift luhtt:.    They w<*»    Philandei  t'i’t»iik. si vt it i* obi A' illiam. *2 year" old; John. bi years tile and ti?* daughter, M.s. Sarah L .wley, *i 'tins old.  •Vs    'bt    funeral corUKt    in«)V**d (mn.  U t (•rand t'*nttal sip. ion '*• The < ity ; >t ' I afforded an imp'^inu .intl urn sn; si*et lade I til bv a polite *-"to:i rn on n led and fool * Ricer**, a detft’*h rn * ii I rom ti*- I piled s'Rt*s regain*  ; ai my the st hi* iv » I INI V and * he I'It Cunni in : n i for rn ifilnt the hears*  ♦ iii nj hi old vv'an bu s i*o»i*  \ i - ii ii ti it ii    hid i ovR "'pu.    ** format i«*i  I    ai    b*d    '.ll*    mem Ive i s of    I v Ti'Alt*  (I.    *    Ii l h* ll    follow* d Hi*  I  NEW SHOES AT  I  We have just received a swell line of shoes tor ladies. We carry the hanan and Drew* Selby lines, both of which are celebrated for their style and beauty  ii black and tnn, medium weight  $2 25  iilark only, Blucher  in  ’N ii .1V *  12-Slltl-  12 54  s, p JI Ii** '.ii,*'  * ammi* t♦ •  * i'c* ailed. the line at la vv put in while i.oint ut ii 1:25.  r st  The race was "tart* ti across an :tr«%nat>' ne be' we en a *t nominee tug and he " ir.dy Hool lightship. The >n (bi 1  tee i<*. a 14;* > Ut* burgee Of tile Hnp* iaal Va* bt d b limier whos*v auspices t he ra *■ is ".ii!* •: < in the «'»m-mitte° boa* w* re repiner!tat Ives of 'he T^ftfe* itll Cern*ar ?ia*v, th* \ luted otftt*" navy and th- New Y-uk > a* I* tftib. Time "ill b** i.tlx«*n »t«»ni lh** FOanding f the caning gun until the FieY;nl at the I. cs i ligb? is flashed tie "inning    At     : he finish  lice will be ar* h«» e*i I * Herman cruiser Pf* ii to as.-pt  !  *.e va* lit" in locating tft^ Ugh? ’n event of fog  W idona I-vke, IL. meetings vert* help lim I nary ti* t he open assembly 11 t lo- Pi -w Inch will hold its t day The foreign n pcgan Os work. Se. Brown, of th»* boai-. siding. Nearly .top , enc in i lo* audi* n» ♦* I ust it *- Harlan of Up supreme court Mis. lit ham Jennings Hi v ai.  i" here un ut n* the . oi Presbyierian *a T**i?al ; Mr Bn an i- h* re to a• mg of the presidents til leges Ile wit s pi;  mission ■ onfe? * i «t  .MUI  nan  .Si Oll  * I VV tv pit  gel era i hurt Th un  it* i* ic  sh a at an  a  , in  Arthur J  MOL" pre-Were pres-w * i * st alt .  t i. i; * d Stat* * i an and WI I -    - 1 . * - Harlan  si r ut t iou *d •»  • \\ ashtHgton i the meet-f Presbyterian . Up foreign  which the natives for veals are rest of the Polish nob! and all th.- haiti rest introduced cv of reaction abo!ished tittle: tate after tlo .on mi I of "tat sanction. As freedom of religion he opp!* hi hit ion of iii** par. has** of Catholic peasant* effect the measures • to an entire reversa in ancient Poland at luces  Iii Poland by -holding to persons ion st riel I v by nth* ami not ♦ v en by ' • -tined come  en .iglu mg i th** assemblies n e I e-est a I is! * Uiisiiative l eas  ■ tine t*f  1  h* po.!  iUissifii at ion ar* lier for pm po**" * oui nit tidal ’p ti of ! In ,»\ I *. el\ *    -    nip**i ut.  lilt ti lit I se. | item - * tit  Me pro* and by . abolished In i rn I lolled atm rn u of Rttsaian p‘>m *  I th* Fialtic po-' -  i«  \ ash i gitui *h*iI‘ o *  1  ta 1   Wiohtngtoi). IT    he  Navy union, anti carri:.a*  • t " of I he Ch til**  1  i n*' > wuh Mayor .McClellan an*  ! » it v govt i unit tu bro t * ar.  glia'*! ■ rom Army ant *\ it Ii mem * ’•ir«::*g** v  ti en h* rs of ight up iii  Drew Selby * >xl’oras. sole  I) re w Selby 4 ) \ fo rd ^  tile latest style    .....  Drew Selby walking shoe, in black and tan  Drew Selby Oxford, patent tan............  Hanan Oxford^, patent Ieatht*r. French heel • Hanan walking 'ho 3 , welt -ole  Dutton, $3 OO $3 50 $3 50 $4 OO $4 50  DISHtGARDS NEUTRALITY  It  tining the of Polish ita ti ce. by t ament it w o force rh** Pole*. *Uher »r!ht*do\ Russians or dnv  ii * rn si .p" TI *  VImOT 'f» Kmikn. I ( t It IM UM.  Leaven"oi t h. K.m . Ha' IS.—The r lip ta! ’ epor?" of the Ftate oTbo I* *'t thy gland lyige of Knights f Pythias *.eic submitted io a st ssion lues lay artem on. The iepcni of the gland cham ellor showed that move than mc new members had I * * ti , ’de.] u » ve-tr.  liM-reM*e iii VV MC r* V  Bosion May 'N    It.  sued Wednesday <»oY,  *-r. ♦ in i he sci; ieii!en I «  * r ie \> ii* st t ike of  !  Nt pa 11 la i est in at ion * f wart anted When ’h*  I* .I in lanuarv li." :  i loi.gus i ti I »*rv em ion  el* d to bv a ma’ gin of is*  * fie va lives won hi : * * * v * of wages. Th* gov * n or the coudifions lim fig if** I vveen ■ lamia! v pm! V pi sin h to " ai > ant a i  t VV Mrrt.il I#,I.  a statement is  I ti ;*    ;    "    .tv i * f  i * * Fall Kiv -I, tons thai a wages " nu 11 ", U* w ,i" set U i iiilg I I tov e was em pow t at which I, .ti* i v as* is ifs »Tai i < »nt bs h» Vx et  into Poland proper. The h*' j thus entailed wer* innumerable property of deceased Poles ws" v to Russians by forced val* and rn  !   • iiv,iilous prices, \ famous *.ve wa? i fiat the Polish "'at* * of th* U* ,a  I Prinee von Ho\ * ii!<»h* ti *    < .et u a;  I iinperial chati*» ioi tor w ! « ii a * p* * • .  ukase «»: necessary n ordei t< i*  I mi I Hie sale  H t" pointed out Hi*! in or* ♦ :*void delay in 'it* ti aller of th* in I iinduction of the Polish and Llthuau ■ ian languages th* emperor specifics '  I dire«*t«*<l th** formulation of sh* ne«es  TOI  * • TM ll .I  Ltuii"  White Pet ie* IIM Kill***! :*l « IimiiuI*-.  Chat?utc, Kan.. Nay 18 F nil South American pelicans with »an» t il -vrr.ite plumage ami measuring nin< f**ei from tip to tip . f wings were killed her. Tuesday. They had e-vi-der* v been t! in w u in la ’n. Tv »ita<io*s  ami -torrn  I  lie  ,l.ii» VV ill    I ii v » •> I    ic <* I*  Mav ’ x.    Vt .    op  I < • I    \v * ll (Jo \    !'• d i    \ > i, ij i    ,    \  . I rn! lev md < * VY. It" ; vt    os  attorney of Mississippi e*»utt'y Soul berri hot* it    -    •    - *    .    p«  lvn< hint- w ar I* n*    I    K    »•  i "iH'cial grantl "in v\a> i ..ip • ti** at i'I u i*s    t    i    u.    -  -■ it al* ’ he hangi>    -    -    :    *  at  hat  atis  ro.  : n ~ I he I lit*  and  sal ' reg ilia t ion* months These mea."in  Ne followed bv  « a1 s*‘lf-c**v «*i un st \ o "vs• eui T  . o’lhtetily hav -tip.Mi th*' popula  prat I ieftlIy int-** rational reform ni t* tile ! of Poland dream  The < onimi1*■♦  VV ii ll  'Xiii  t oral ion  an nib  j? nn*Ter?toot! iii rod iii i iou «>: * 1  tbrough the * m  * I • - tak t * ii vv 111 in nmens** inflv • n>  «»f Poland and w T demands of ’n \v lit* r* ally re* < t f ibt Tinge*  T   ..lid v isjopar  'Y  iiokv I rv.rtsl* m" if Ilia I u*lll*ii !   «.M\c ll I ie * «>n. |*lr t •* Inilrpotttrni#  Kl I ma ter ti VV at»r*.  Saigon. Co. I* p (’’ ilia. May A.  ■ i . ii I -it* I, .* v«j. 11 * 1  * ? i he Ere ne ii ii av a > onnuaitder at Saigon who bus * t i. |  . mist ui ii long th* A in: am coast in !»*• » i mi • i i Jin* nett return* ti here AA t.! m liny. AvOt»ling to the report" i .lh*. -'I komeining th* Russian fa" « : Auilliral R*>U st vetlskv showed .; Use- j nile *1 isr < card of th*  1  is* ursi*'i?" OU I he subject of neutrality. The Kussiati ; com in antler proceeded a** :f his posi-r <n ^ave him complete indt’pendenc* ti** d*v!ar*d that bt .ut*ti on ho ; ow l judgement and seal vhst * * iii- i . isms did not chang* his opinion'  ! on *-1 is* ip 1  tm i I - j* . I• #j vv a* ma? ti -  .tm*.i *n    d ti* K iH"ian wai-  - hi pH.  MAY FIGHT NEAR FORMOSA.  l*9Ma**« •*l«»l K»|i>trl*.l •«' •*• ••kl«»t * I*  to* 11 toe* Vuulh «.f is* I*. IM na W«.•*!•*» »ml I hitdr»ti Hriiii.it.l  Amoy, China, da' IN Ii is b* ii* veu tiia: pa;' **i ii* Japanese T« *. is la Kink’ ttp a jtoeitton l***U»w lormcn aid ital Admiral logo ha** planned 'o 'fight the Kuss’hls "ot.ip of Formosa The Japanese g* ' i*i*ier» fioni this v cinily at ii ght t.u»* The "tale of martial la"    firsi tie*Jai * d    ai Tamaui.    is  land of    FV*rm«»sa    <ini suhsequentl'  made general Hiroughont th I ii v • .* * i follovv * *1     1 »\ i he  III Tit of    .I ti)) ilia CV    • v*    cutiv ♦*  \ nu «t th* vv * iii* n and from the Pe"*t.*h*r* Khtmls ? ova  I  These are only a few of the many new styles that we are showing. Come in and we are sure that we can please you  Yours to Serve.  E.V. KOTSCH SCO.  Cash on Delivery of Goods.  *  CHITWOOD,  THE TAILOR. FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING, NEXT ^POSTOFFICE.  • islan a ppo in and ti  child r*  In IV  r° +  +  4*  ll  O  ti  »f in;tii"'*  ! ii* J* vv i<  V    a    a    -I    «»•    k    ey VV..n.  London, Alay iv Cicero, ri-ain Maher iii*: Amel n an <*< , * > v . i. Newmarket "tak*- of 50 stiver* each with I "h** 1  sovereign* the Newmark* t • ond spring, rn**  by  h*  g?i"  IkMllKMV    111    *    i  ('I* Vf'land. O . Alay I s gal*" who at fennel th« national miltoad **mgi*  'un devoted VA'ednefitia v various indusi j-ial, plant k  * *• I M ll ii.  F ! I y i J e i * > -•»• iii im* i al AA«i"hing ti' v im! illg ill til* ciiv  I WATCH THIS SPACE I  no tiirth  t hun !* * gram f r* e*l t h* ai I isan < lass . ut it-*• J > is of sin I bai it ha? been d*  ih.> . oming genera i a* - ' all v N ti de. h* w ill «'i I In* rent es M* 11da being ih*’ first i ..til t lift t t h** gov * I nui* guided by its a* tion act ion has produ. *-d 11 fess in ti kinong iii*’ i vviiieh are *>vpressin:* fuel ion  I,  oui •'! i * siden*' Th* <iti* "Iion in i gI * a I I in intl ta n i-Lied to refer t i: "sent bl y Th  on to did* r * ?  i •*". mal v of ' public re* out tit intends t*» 'The dup* nu n splendid it • f*ll ut ♦♦lent* i the highest ss  s tn Nu Iii •• •»*. "  To Kin. May  v  lr ten 1  *-. M*maiion* . ' lh* *.*pa lh in Ih* Etci’* It v*   1  « d t lie ant I **i it ic" I.  Iompi * r*" * * -port ♦ d ; -  . I* >!’ L ' h * coast I i  for Vue I  I.!,.   r  *>  PAUL VV. ALLEN,  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.  ‘ti 'N 1*HY  Sat i>! act  I Torsos  op Gua*’  'Gal a-inteed  ir Week.  I ^08f Of  Se r v ice.  Allen Livery Barn  iouth Ton ii"* nil Ave.,    Fbone    ;»4  mid > nt. i **a"t  May  i lie  i gov* I nm* iii bu" i .* ii that Admit it Ii** bud * rills A it nam Alay lip*.", of or*!*  Russ an "hips to Pave iii' it Id ii* ti iv * I my Russian vev seK ! . fw*« ! Ca;« St James and 'T -ran Ev*ii ".* far r.orih n v  .lomatie !■> ii* uhs! avmiuhU non bern an.horav* *n the \ni«Mt* • oil ** I ‘oi **!ie Russia I -bin v ns ob". * \ * •  The Touch That Tells  VV ill ll* |»..rf * nr •*» VV .»«Ii I ii i; I ..ii .  Vi* I.rn. May is Manus Th attn, t Aim-rican 'tnniigrati* n lisp* . tor i w us ann.fun.»*1 front Budapest Al.iv I  vv is fin***! !?!*i threat* ning a pi Ii  dei r*l ive who ii he "iiV" ll* «liseOv et’  is the Touch That Sells  *ur Shoes tot esigner s tourli ant aker’** tou»*h, touch  Women. Hie i the shoe-yoniN feet  an i {locket *o*)k lighter. They are ►*sj>eciaU.v strong in modern styler  nnd travel in th* !*e"t soc:**tv.  C HAPMAN  M  Ba tit     sn flic ih't  ks Moines Al,iv Is Ib'avv '.’iii in . ,  * til 11 * I* !*t ‘t *  vicinity ol I lot mn lo rnilu< rift I    ol t irin*‘s*ing vvitli his rn lengthily with Ambas-;    idol i                      t« r**. lr vc caused a 1 i •* «*1 ti* ..cly .. * m in I in- 11. Moil*,. . iv. i Ii    . I I'.r.'.-.m's .a.,' ii hi, I    ring | ■                     Miss Marion Catherine ?,kagss, I  I• it'*!    . ol 'i'it> i >! wut* I i • \!  o reach I b’s Moi in Wednesday ti dding t«» iii*’ "is im. h ri"* v  o ,r  Tm* night and th rowing iii" *ui ic** to lh*’ danger lim A I < ir* e «* I in th*- employ of Hie »it\ work** Blight sirengthenin: th<* levee". Ara force is pal rid ling iii* 1  i i \ • r ' i l  1  -toting out lh* 1  vv *'-f k pl ac*’S.  i j* f>i  men ll al) Plier  OPERA HOISE,  .TUESDAY EVENING  MAV 23  Miss    :    •    * — -1*• cl ij.\ Miss (iertrude A use mipI  her iiighl.A traine*! <>' *    t* •* Hear the beautiful anti fiopulnr  I eadinif.‘‘Fallen.'' I    .ieee 4 worth your coming. “Pre  paring for battle on the Rappahannock,*’ with Ti tunica] ae oui paniment. <dime pre pa rf I to auj?h an<l be royally enter-ta it ed.  Tickets 25c and 35c iii Clark’s Drug Store.  lltMiltli It.ixr.lt V.lj.inrii,  W.I.-Illusion. May- is 'I'he twentieth annual c’onld’ienee of "tai* provincial boards of health *>t North America concluded its sessions Wednesday after adopting a resolution * xpre^siti-i<*ali/.alion of the sanitary condition of Panama and addressing to Pi*-- ’.dent Roosevelt md fiecretary Taft ail e\-j presshm of oontid* ne** in lh*’ American health officials on the is thorn? arui asking for them lh* great*-"! !i’»erU of action,  iv ilu .l iii Kentucky l’intnl I njlit.  Owingsville, Ky , May is During a desperate pistol fight here on the main street of the city Jim Stephens. while, and John Burns, colored, vvtie fatally wounded.  ll,nil,* I * *•*■! Ch:*..cc ol A et:uc.  Enid Okla.. Al; v I s  In Ie* district . Li t Tuesday Bldg* Hi!!* tie grant' *! th*’ moti»*n t t ii* aff u :>i \ *- for ii. ii 'Val kins and AV I" l» Tigan. *-ashiei and ;»"> i -I ant    respectively.    .    ?  th i* v» tree Ut ti C’iti/«*.i" I .inly • >' t h " city foi a * 11 a ii vc of venue They will b*  • lild ii. Blaine • * * * t\. Th* v ftie <na.g*d with fort* iv .ii ii uilhiw fill h inking.  €  e  e  a  a  •  a  9  Model Bakery.  • a •  .v**r\ tliinij if Got! to cat alway* on  Hi t  Model Bakery. Bread. Fakes. Ficw. Cookie. (’andie*. Etc. Set* Ftim opposite lite jiostofHco  • J. A. [SLINGER, Prop. PH OK t H4  i Mr lire I** I Ihrirv  f *'r It. I Ii mu v I nil cc*  Topeka, May in lh!hartv culh-ge. lid IJndsboig. I- lo av* a Cullied ' I I i brat v it the i ronm ast et md Dr Er 'I'd I’ihllMtld presi*hnt of ’ii*’ oil* l* f an agree <*n terms. Mr. (’.irnevic has offered fjn.tmd for a library I mid ing, ctuiditfinial < n the raising of a simitar amount as an endow men ? for tin* equipment and riaintcnanee of -.lf I i br,ii v.  K«: leaentative (Tamphell of th*’ Thi Kansas .listrn t and David AV. Malva! tii*- r* publican natl nni commit let'th*. fitr.t Kansas are in Washingtou,  The Ada National Sank  TCM HUPE, President.    ihO    L.    BAKKINGER,    Vice President  FRANK JONES. Ceshier. ORVILLE SNEAD Asst Cashier  Capital Stock, - - -    ...    -    -    |5o,«RU.Ui.i  Undivided I’rotit"......  -    *v200.0  BlankstFurr.ishcd and Remittances Made to the Govern ment on Town  T  ots.  .ADA, CHICKASAW NATION, IND. TEK.   

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