Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 30, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma KH IT A Ii I! K\K OX TMK WK A TV K I* We Write vrndo, Fire ami Accident insurance .... HARDIN & JONES I t* Kro[:t Ro»u* Over \ii;i I;.,’, k VOLUME 2 Success J* Is the term we use to describe our ten days sale which closed with a good business Monday, May 2<L Considering the weather \le have been having and this season of the year, we consider our sale just held a success from many standpoints. In the first place we sold lots of goods, really more than we expected to sell. but the two real objects we had in view were to rid ourselves of as many seasonable goods as possible while it w as \et time, and the most important of all, to meet and become acquainted both in a social and business way, with more people in town and in the country. We feel quite a satisfaction in sax alg that we have through our sale and the courtesy of Miss Currie and Messrs laylor and Wilson, w ho have been with us, met and sold goods to many good people w ho were never before in our store. We wish to say that we thank # both our already customers and new ones very much, and kindly ask a continuation of your business, promising at all times to serve you in the very best possible manner in quality of goods, prices and treatment. COX-GREER_ j^Dry Goods C o m p a n y j THE EVENING NEWS. DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARMER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY, TUESDAY EVENING. MAY 30. 1905. A SMOOTH CATCH. Home Made Fre*h CANDIES A full and complete Hue Barker & Webb. NUMBER 61 United States Marshals Gather i n .. Five Gamblers. Tuesday I'. S. Deputy Marshals Brents,Cumming* and Ft ap » man succeeded in land nil I gentlemen, for whom they haw! been laying for some tin***, upou. f th<‘ char re of gaming. The gentlemen iii question ; i selected a hire spot nearly a iud 1 wed of town in Dagg* addition. where neither tree or house comd obstruct their vision, but I e;. uvkonod not upon a small ravine which ran near them, aud up which the three marshals craw led until within twonty-tivo feet of I them There wa* a beautify I pick pot being contested :or J when the marshals stuck tin head* out of the weeds and mud | and the game was so attractive j even the officers of the law he- -j tilted for a few moment!* bedote ! making their presence known. When they did so a more surpri*-* led hunch of fellow.*could not have I been found anywhere. lr.“J were dumfounded at the smtxrf I . ness by which they were tun u : and flu* manner in which all th hi | foxiness were ca*t aside. I When the situation dawned . m them there were many mipre* cations cast upon each other for b* ng drawn into the game and a i> anb« r ut bibb? quotation* were ntioned as to the why* and TC »re fores pf transgressor*. ’The arties wop 1 * shorted, to the n irshal's “dice where they were jkaeeii under &£0u.‘*0 mind each for their npp**a ranee * ie! on* tee * O’ i u I»i s* ion ors court n Monday June 5 Arrested and Hned by Phone. I A ^firGOQDS.smsscim/#* LADIES’ SHIRT WAISTS. ingle. ind then wen f* iru er in "die!ny county ent to town the other day. I up. raised a distill** erne. was called up over .is rural one and informed that a war-nt had been issued t >r him at' M fit he might consider hinged er arrest and he was a-ked by e officer if it*' would come into wn * ii' would he have to come >r him. The farmer asked the ure of the charge, was tod t it was disturbance and the ? and co-L- would be *14. i he ::iei ‘phoned ?>ack that he was busy to quit work, but wou d ad guilty and -en I the money t ie ’. ural carrier the next day. i he did. We ure living a fast t * . _ iX r w A argo -ani omplete line of Ladies* .Shirt Waist® have just been received irom New York. These waists are ’.veil macle in the very latest styles, and will be sold •it about the price of the material from which they are made. They range in price from 48c t" $5 OO « Special. One lot of Ladies* Waists that are worth fropi SI.25 to $2.00, which we are offering this week at 98c s alto Kook*. 'Od ii ion fr I T X IS. GREATEST NAVAL FIGHT IN CENTURY Russia Has Been Reproached With Putting Too Much trust in God, Send= ing Too Many Ikens to W ar and Not Enough Men. The Results Are in the Hands of the Men Behind the Gunsv~Description of the Great Eight. You cannel afford to t cake th* rn when t!', ey can bo •» night : r these prices* ( ome in and -ce th l3 O tho a*-c!*t: ent - broken. Yours to Serve. E.V. KOTSCH & CO. Cash on Delivery of Goods. i J Apaiu**' a < orne-tucked f I j the Jiq All o \ it .raj l ogo na- s**nt to hi** ! ti*un. government lispnti'hes which d>or It r git e an account of three Miccess* 1 steadily fill attack- made by his lleet on the Russian squadron com* minded y Admiral Rojestven* sky. The Japanese admiral give* a cleat and -ucc.net account of the | morning losses *u*tained by the enemy, I morning which ire very heavy* indeed, and j that tne ald- that the naval engagement is still in progre**, -o that it will be some time before tho final resa.t* can be known, His ii* pa to he* make it clear that the great engagement began in the Strait of Korea, near ( >ki-no-hima, which is not tar from the Tsu Shima I-land-. These island- are les- that IOO mile* dis- [and intii tan! from Sa-el>o. Japan's naval base. According to other dispatches, Admiral Togo was at Ma*ampho, Korea, with practically every tight lug ship in the Japanese, navy. \Virele*s -ignals from hi-scouts between T*u and Quelpart Islands announced the approach of the Bu? Islands are rn* i’m re re at-..t dew t a the aturday A -I '£>% * > ft that t ; c: I • • •* |3>. J The - e 'Ond ce: • , r'roix the victor - Adm ira Ie- rrioe- the attack ti ‘art e Japa I * ^ * .*t by j the entii *e :!eet P ;- t H’K ;>1 ace j near Ok it os ima, . r* : - land but ii I short al % I / - 1 ' 'Ut. F cr*!, Togo | -ays. s suuadron 1 0 \ etaed the enemy. .eking at p a -1 four shills and in Iii clii g ages on the othf i*S. Tile n Dxt ii* pa Ic' fri / ii o dated N onday, * L y 2 ( , I It tells of an engagement VV hich took place o J the Li an cou st Rocks. The Lie. neourt Roc \— lr** in the Japan " ‘ca, fully 20 0 u de* north of the f l 'shu-hima I sin ids, i lim e I the firs s’ engage rn mt >ccun cd. dan*. The Quelpart They are that ouch Tearer to ibout fifty miles off j Vladivostok, the K -- an Ro jest ven-ky This indicates that the extreme southern extremity of Korea. The Tsu Shima i-[and* are in the neck of the Korean Strait, and about fifty mile- from either shore. The advices which Togo received caused some surprise, inasmuch a- they indicated that the Russians were coming through the eastern channel or between Tse Shinia and the Japanese mainland. Corning around the north end of trie Tau Shima Island* at full -peed, Admiral Togo encountered the Russians. Admiral Rojestvensky had divided his -hip- into two columns, the cruisers and monitor* in one and the battle-hip* and torpedo boat destroyers in the other. Togo brought a terrific lire to bear on the Hunk of the port col for which I found. ing the interim there had been a running tight, covering at !ea-t 200 mile*, for, since the 27fh, Togo de-cribes the righting rn* “a pursuit.** Whetb er or no’ the remnant of the Russian fleet will be enabled to get into \ Iftdiv >stOK remains to be *een. Vladivostok i* more than 400 miles distant from the Lianes rt Island-, an I it is more than 350 miles to Poisset Hai ler. Th< -e calculations are on the ba*is of a straight course, out it will he impossible for the Russians to move *traight ahead, for they are pursued by the swiftest -hip* in the Japanese navy, the announce ment having been sent out from Tokio that, the Government pro . iito po*es to capture or destroy t ie] them ia-t one, and it is therefore more! J tile than probable that tho-e v > cables c-T aped. ,I, indeed any e-cap •. will be compelled to travel a detailer much greater than has! been indicated • The pursued and the pursuers an* taking a zigzag course nor' lid wc*tardly aero** the Janimes* ,iit Sen. l o the west i* Korea, n • practically a Japanese posers oi , the harbors of which are not friendly. lo tile east is .Lipan itself. The only haven lie-- far to the north and that haven -Y ladivostok. In the first engagement oil T-u Shima Islands four Killian I battleships were destroyed A I miral Nebogaroff and about 2.00 other Russians were taken prisoner* Iii describing the third engage ment Togo -ays that his main squadron encountered two battleships anil three cruiser*. I * Izumrud, a cruiser, fled and the othei* surrendered. .Judging from the dispute s j the Japanese divided into the* J i-e, -mudrun* immediately after t .** Aas 1 attack oil ISU Shima Island-, ut* I which resulted in driving the Russians east toward the main land of Japan. These squadrons are under the command, respec Lively, of Admiral Togo, under whose directions, of course, ail the other commanders acted; Admiral NaehimotT and Admiral Breakoff. It may be that later reports will develop that v, w hi ie Kau imr.ru -gar lied ' e tran-port-L-aki t■ > Fi -a*!, the ' cnn-ers r< ii Nag route of CHITWOOD I THE TAILOR EDR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING. NEXT TO POSTOFFICE. k h *!o*se* the-cere of >atur-ay*- engagement. looked fter tae Ran P v a' Vladi- f==G O ii London, May o '. I ie Tokio correspondent of the Daily Mail - ys a Rn--ion warship has ar- q r ,—d ©rf **snnt, on the southwer* ,! coast of Japan, iv. I has hoi*te me white flag. The di-patch -ays that *0" of-Ijc.ers arni men, mo-t of whom tire wounded, are being assisted bv the Japanese Red Cros-"there. I london, May JO.--The Shun-bai correspondent of the Morning 1*0*1, in a dispatch dated May SU, *ays: “The Rus-ian transport* off Woosung hauled down their flag today." London, May T0.-corre-pondcnt of 'he says that Russians supposed that the tie* toreador + . ii I Lo PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. v Day Horses Boarded Satisfaction ^naranteed. n Week. Best of Service. Allen Livery Barn South rpwn-end Ave.. Phi »ne 0=1 ♦ 4- ^ J O 5 :Q* lfi" Touch That Tells is the Touch That Sells (fur Shot's for Women. Die Ie*igneiss touch and the -hoe-maker'* touch, touch your m feet and pi>cketbook lighter. They arc especially strong in modern style-nnd travel in the i>e-t I society. C HATMAN Sided p.t-sicg t: cm' ii I pur-ued a round-nt* ring the s Model BaKery.... • K \ * * rything good to eat always on hand at the T-u C hannel, and t i Ti gabs fleet. directly in- 10.—A di-patch Evening. News London, May t i the London from Tokio -ay*: “Eight Captains of Russian warships were drowned during • NI ode I Bakery. Bread. Cakes. Pies. Cookie? • Candies, Etc. See him opi>o*itc the po*toffid I J. A. [SLINGER, Prop. jibe naval battle of Saturday in there were still other squadron-1 the straits of Korea.** formed flying the flag of Japan. For instance nothing is said by Togo in his dispatches of Admiral Kami mu ra. It is more than likely that* this oflicer is a command of a squadron composed of the fleetest of the Japanese vessels. When the war with Russia broke out Togo was assigned to duty around die Ada National Bank. Tokio, May JO.— r l he per-onal fate of Admiral Koje*tvenky is not known. There is -ome belief that lie possibly perished. JNO L. BARRINGER. Vice President ORVILLE SMEAD. Assi Cashier $50,000.00 20,200.00 London, May 30,— Accoring exchange reports, on the Jap erie *ide three cruisers we Fe sn and a dozen torpedo boat destn Port |ers sunk or disabled. TOMI HOPE President. FRAM* jCMES Cashier. Capital Stock, - - - % Undivided profit-. - - Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made to the Govern ment on Town tots. ADA, CHICKASAW NATION. IND. TEK.