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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 23, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 ^ •    '-'IK    \    \    *    'N    IHI tv K \ HIM!  'AV Write  tornado, Fire and \<*eide»u Insurance .    ...  HARDIN & JONES  r Ftx Hi | : * «t« uhs Over Vd t Nt  VOLUME 2  THE EVENING NEWS.  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A _ARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY, TUESDAY EVENING-. MAY 23. 1905.  SEE OUR UNK OK  5c LAWNS  —AT TH II—  Surprise Store.  NUMBER 55  lAUCHOir's AL E !*  Every Afternoon this Week  S * At 2 O’clock *  We are overstocked on summer broods and they must he sold at some price. We are deter rn in cd to close them out. ::::::  OUR BARGAIN COUNTERS...  Are loaded and you should not fail to secure your share of them.  COX-GREER  ^Dry Goods C o m p a n yj  Grand Duke Nicholas Nichols evitci# French Experts Figure ihatRojest-  Named as Head ut New Commission.  vensky Will Coal at the Babuyan Islands.  I  IS TO HARMONIZE THE TWO BRANCHE! I KENTCH REPORTS SOME FIGHTING  I .HH ti .lint 'r* J «irc*-»* I! x t «• Not lim. TV or V-  i»«K Well Tiifrtlirr llrr**li»f**r* It f %\ HI Im* Nt%• t•»«I (lit* IVriHmirnt |irf*n»« I'oiin* ti I nipprorN III HH lf rn lo !*»♦«  I * jr lir.il ll<t  Si. i‘cl* !.si    iiig,    May    23. Tht    u t  step townie*    ii-*-    ? i •«-1 ii ut i« »ii ‘1    >♦  luna Oil ■ • ai:' In * J <’Ut)ne ii of t . * ?  c Tai  ! I-fie use. in . i-nrdmaie 111*' a> ' I VU lf I 1*1 the Ui i i u ,i i \ .tau    a    Jill'    i * > i i »i *  lions.    I • .i la'n ii ;u .'ii :u;**  j manifesto iieaiit.i: a spouial pp lite.i ii ll \    comunssi(U) 'iud* r i he i»••    ic* -i-  i cy of Oran*) I ll) k < • N». hoi;..- Nu    •    »    •  : ' itch.  Til*- UU4!I* VMI '' |>!*( r* J' ii ..    *—  J serfpi ‘iii-!»    'Krojieit-r    Nicholas Ins  I editress* J t »    lh*    I;; th!    flu lo* ti: what  II is Hat* st «:> > lr i •• * ■ J i u* j Mil - lo ti* \« I- > Ul t IM ol I I:*    '    '    '    ‘  | t.glui: l tom n, maul!*    •    *  * pom    !11i.- lo iN* n*?cds aud : * v ■ .:<    *    *    •  I Hie “’ale i iii burn iv in iii* cut ♦ v  I    ... -111’. • . I.*. .    , ti,- *, j I - , v  Iii ** hii I r»ni|»* |lt«lo«lj;< I *>rii « n( >lapai|*  • *» I Kl air* mix! lnfHntrf >lllkH«lo'<* -«»l-• r*    stranirr ut Fort Xrtliur  I rmrrly I nrrt h« M*>'i»n*l Mil© tty th**  K naalana.  i «iis, May 'JI.— Th# reports in circ*u-uiicu here lo the aff eel that #*?d!iei -1  • eJonging lo lh*' Russian fbiI intend to j  ii ie/voils ;»1 the Baht van islands *>r'h of th* is laud of Lu^m Philippine i  >iar,ds, ar* not basalt « ti inecisi infer-* n at iou Out are lh* results of hgurint.  Ho Int it lid* and Ump nit* jyh#Tc a; > ' on <>f I hr fleet h;i‘ .ol ol sevrcd.  I La * ours* it continued, ii is pointed  • i would t a I* * the nhips int** the lins I,*arp i ha ti ii**! near which Ho* Habit-  ■sands are situated. I* is there-j  4     ♦ interred that Th* Fiis-ians will j  «lr:**/,vous in that loealitv for til# pur* I  t so cf * dab rn  *&ffrsvoassmsscww&  LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS.  vt  “cs  A*  A large and complete line of Ladies* Shirt Waist* have just la-en reiyimLi 'rom New York. These waists are well made in M* vp  ; erj latest -t.vles, and will be sold af about tin* price of the material from which they are made. They range si price from 48C t» $5 OO  5pee ia I.  One lot of Ladies' Waists that are worth from $1.25 to $2.0(1, which we are offering this week at  AN AiOUS TO CUT PRICES.  "I.* Hi*. I i ii — I —    Orem    VV    ii*  liven* ii, —.-I! f iuiii'im 1*1 < «■*» *t i in* Lute-.  THE  <r*-riHl I im • r.*l I**.*  LE St Y "’"ER /'NS,  •* *    <* I J . I* .: I * th* I . «*n-  A ti Aff J* afft I t T rn I * i -r v« i; I» .it  Wash **i aiv* - of* buhl* > IO  fitrvi** t I’m ow r * ,u Ii ti* * ar * f  Shouts, ti ll thorn pius to  n lucia met h i- bronc industries bf lor* ..  On PT* J if I rf-* st:.ir\ ■ I*ad> info  art 4> rn iii *»i  wants at ■  VT (Iv. |    ; *  'MT! ll .ill* .CM I* id. the 1st h iii i th**iii sn E it:*< t« t) i  V _Rep ini st nta-  :*sf> \v hi* ii Will he UM supplies to i oii-• ana! ai** fallnif; heir inxi* tv u> sp I Pat ami Chairman ia! * «mimisison, to will !arni'h stip-linent .as *-heap as  ct 1‘lul t* I . I Alo |m I '*•  he adniinisrratit n aud lh* protected  i Ila n A Pl >  fVH-rsbiur Vav J On. Unpin a dispat, ti ti<*ni it ♦- Jr< i i datea Ut aononiuvs that two llu-u san r.inputs < 11 upi «i  f  I»    > al!# i vs < .  v fist tm l;i mn* i- west ward * t Xan-'i **n the Mn i dor; I roar a I ter , --ii. foi c»*s tit .I a pun*-so * a v <•. ■> nfan n y 'Riv dispnt* ii amis - Hat Matt VIP'flu d« -ta* bin cut from ; a.lvo <! i« v** hat i* th* I a pa i •'** adit <-avali v out post- * J cr.. Lin*-ais,* nportni firming: r,*.tr .-lui-Ma\ Pi. '•‘.M «.id m i ; ive ’h* ie-H< gftid . Fitsss.ian (i« ta* him nt of th** rob oar. wha h appri'at-heil Sam** of Shahot/ was attackvd  98c  J  iou cannot ti nor': r# <? aitie ti,*-.-at th**>e prices. < OI im* in • the *-'■ort .‘-it - hroK# it.  when t‘i* y can it >*'e rs,em be for  I  t  NI  INTERN ATI0V*(^ «gl y MATE9  I  \ ours to Serve.  E.V. KOTSCH & CO.  Cash on !)eli\er\ of floods.  i  \.  Ult p  vt 4<  ■ muauit tnt* 11 is’, ma » • »*' . t*j' I t- iiimiln OI  h** same pri. v m sen • if I,*- shipping tai n  is t ar bu j • • i !-i> ,?  in a , men' .  i* < • ^.. ut ti. ,  1.51  11 IT  Kau-*. Pol it ii inn I)«*m«I.  i offeyv ii Ie K;n . May IN    lh .ink P'  Benson, one of iii#* »ldest    iti,**,> > f    •     ...... *--  M'lnt.som* ry (* silty d;**d it iii' ) on *     ,,r     /«•»«!»*    *    i n u. ii  her. Sunday of    a do vase <>t    ibe tom-     (  hic ajo Ma    I    A j    rn fur !-♦•#'-  aclpi. IU was    a republican    j'ojiticlan | OOO Iot r e*    **    * <i by    i I. (' lf  know ii i-vpevia y in the Third (or.yres- J E. ZcigU ” < f ( I aft    m*    vstat*  sional district and    had influence in    [of Harrier h*    Y (Mr '.ntw    <f ti*  stat* affairs.    well-known -t#.#:,!..'    was  —................—II.—i.    disallowed    V    I.nay t > j ♦ C s Out-  Hr. in h Panel- MUI.    , i| Jr ||f  , K .  f f hh ^  { .  lf .  T t ( * |lt .  App?**ton. W    is.. May J .    Ile sui-    ting held Hist    Hi#    * a.rn w;,' cxcts-sivv  phite plant of    th* Iii erside Fib,. &    if*, instrucini    ! r    Z«.»b:    to present  rap*!- Cotulla ny wa-    tot all\ *]estrov**d    another on* ,f    men u.m* at*    {rojHir  by fire Monday.    The insuian# ** is    lions A t J*, ai    *.f J ii* pi t am e    a con-  $l(K),0i*0. The loss    1- p,*s.«ihL N* per    tract exhibited    in out* was aPowetl  rent more.           CHIT    WOOI    I THE TAILOR. FOR UP-TO OATE J j CLOTHING. HEXT TOiPOSTOFFICE.      |-                         +  •H  ii  L  Livery. Feed and Sale Stable.  Horses Korn dint >>v l*a.v or Week.  Satis fart i«>n fri;arant-eed.    Hest of Servic  Allen Livery Barn  South Townsend Av**.  t To *p.i  l»H ao b ii 'l.i u \  OPERA HOUSE  TUESDAY EVENING, '\A> 25.  Secure your your tickers for The Col t K* th • *r ’ tomorrow evening, everything clever an it-ei < ,fc ti»;g. .Vt .*• you are helping a good chus*», -.v** ar* 1  v ng ro sud v ii r gratefulness through our prograinine, is "en » ca by Misn Skagg-.  PROGRAMME:  l ite Miser’s I loath..................... Anon  Tit for Tat.......................................... a    Romance  Vocal Duet................................ Mi ss?* Vt h ■ en f rid Ca-e  Applying for Divorse      (omedy  Nancy, or the Little Torment............ Anon  Piano Solo Valse Styrienne ..........Mis*'Mamie Rogers  Flossie’s Scheme .....................  t . A Monologue  .lines the Piscolapian Church    .    VU-tor  Vocal Solo ..................................   Mi—.    Warren  Fallen.....................................................................Hay    se  Tlie Crooked Family .......... A Farce  Piano Duet ...............  Misses Case and Rogers  Trouble With the Cow ..................   Vickers  Big Indian Chief    ,    Ten    Girls  Big Chief in Costeme Runaway Widow............................ A Farce in I Act  Tickets 25c and 35c at Clark’s Drug: Store.  I »lie himiii • * * ■ X \vork“«! «cii Til I > i * Nicholas N design* led ,.v    :h**    >i, - • d**i> •    , I    :t«  tot I rnnie»it - mi,, dei-*! -•    ,    ,u    i . , u  ! Main hill in. i .is.sMUI*     1 :rat . < it  uiand <»f tilt-    impe    • i•,. »- s     ti    *    •  has i»*u ii s* veii«)    iii!    *'    \ ,i  J skier cd, aid! he has >• a v* d :#|i**i*t  'if tai*' as  ,, ft11resultt it; \ *• • m th* * i -  neror i»n connui- ion.' (.-a ii.u *\iNi \i* ; tai qtiestfrvns of th ' at  Unity Crying S»vr» Vluthnr'o I if*..  Ottawa, Kau. May ZI. A balv> cry saved the    lit**    <*f Mrs    Mini    ,  Rehnert here    Mrs    Sehnert start#    .»  tire in the Kitchen -tow* to uet bi* a, fast Her baby    Leu    an    to cry and,  v\ hilt* .she was in    the    bed    room trviitr  I to quiet it a charlie    of    dynamite ex*  I pfoded. tearing the store and kitchen to pieces. The dynamite was in en* * I the sticks of wood   u!  n • I. lid .• I !.* R ."jar st amt.  Fa.:;: ti Sal .ilia* in Lo > A'Hpii bar. iii cr: i * * ipl *.f a | M* ti fconi * i< . im# 'Oh i u hat Hi# families*' I'ox current he*! decided t# reiain her ••* • |)ri*« >n ii* crouI'd thai sh# X a ('Ll 'OM  1  I ll# It ITNMiiUS used ll *•  he,ai, a a bosfuta 'Im| during >h#'  t ♦: *  I * • Uist cf t I.,* Iv ti'Mg I ‘ WM HI I.!- (I a Tort Arthel will »a\# I • >» Tuesday I Kit j* ho,'* '.area i# sup* i int ut ideo t if th* L'." jail R# I ('IM-.' at f'« - t \r-*hut will ' • j o. 11 from n ii* i n dav' h# rn *  rh*' i i\* j.ait' d H’ls.'iapV f, i#u.4e  I*# *t A; tun for (Mahi' will include 4b inpan sa;U tand ‘■uhliers who will I*' tai * i; on hoard th** British ''teamer 'i' h ani pea niut It# :*. I he Wluinipoa hey been fitt, I up esp* iallv to trans-I ort 11,*’ lunatii s from Cl # foil to Odessa. Sh«> will not Uh*' ap\ oih« r pas* enp* I s.  The Touch That Tells is the Touch That Sells  < >ur Shoes for Women. The losigiier's touch and tile -boe* maker * touch, touch your] feet and (lockethook lighter. They are -specially strong in modern style* and travel rn the l»e v t ^society.  CHAPMAN  j Model Bakery  I    Ntwsllao    Oliiitnai’s    I.on e  Trip.  San Francisco, May 23.—Henry k Ka pea. under indictment in Honolulu for the theft of several thousand ii* I Jars worth of territorial bonds, bas arrived her© in chaixe of Deputy Sh#i-Iff ll. C \ ilia Kapea. who was ap preheuded in Loudon, will leave on Hi*' Hawaiin steamer for Honolulu  Usa Hood O rou ii Us for Divorce*  Guthrie. OU., May *T..—lo the Pawnee district court .Indue Hamel grant* J a divorce to Mrs John Farrel, who chai ped hei husband with intoxication and with using h»*i piano for a wafer-in i lough for his horses and ber uarlor for a race course.  Wan Prsarhro Nrn«psp»r Mini HvhiT.  San Francisco, May i*;> Dan. J. Mc-Laughlin, a well known newspaper man, is dead. He was 36 years of age, and a native of the Black Hills. South Dakota. His mother resides in Keokuk. he  Tokio May JJM. It is reported (fiat a turk fill'd with llu-sinn officers nits been captured It is presumed that they w cr * iuakng a ■# conn#*!" .ini e from Vladivostok.  Hongkong. May 23 The UHM steamer to arri\e hete retorts Mght-iug a Russian volunteer fleet st<*;.mer a*companied by a larsi*‘ franspoit in 1he Hainan straits on the morning of May 2d. They were steaming west.  • •••  Everything good to eat always on hand at the Model Bakery. Bread. Cake*, Piet*. Cookie^ landie*. Rte. See him onnosita tho iMwmffee  I J. A. ISIMINGER, Prop. phons: i^.    •  Historic (lid Homr Ham**!.  New York, May 23. The Canfield  house wbere Lafayette was oner a  I*nest, aud wIu'tc llobuit Fulton lived «  while the engine for his pioneer -teatu-hoat, the Claremont, was being built in a shop nearby, was destroyed by fire Monday.  Burglary Were frustrated in a tai mg attempt ti rob the safe in the Sal Francisco post-office. They got away with $1,400 worth id stamps.  WTS  The Ada National Bank.  TOM HOPE, President.    ifllO    I.    BARRINGER.    Vice President  FRANK TOKES. Cashier. ORVILLE SNEAD Asst Cashier  Capital Stock, - - -    .......$50,HOO.OO  Undivided Protit-...........20,200.00  BlanksiFurniihcd and Remittances Made to the Government on Town lots.  ADA, CHICKASAW NATION. IND. TER.  mm****   

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