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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - May 31, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 &  •    *• ? *• A I'll It xx > . • ;   We Write  I v:  . undo, i ir^ Hilt; Aor:  K ti Insurance . ,    ,  ' HARDIN & JONES  CH .-«* F*x*cl Ho* ut* Uv«r \ti\ i, ♦. .  VOLUME 2  TUT  Int  DEVOTED i O MAKING ADA A LINGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, ^E»>%SDAY EVENING. MAY 31. 1905.  Hiv.ie Made Kre*h  CAN ie I E5  A full Mnd complete lim*  i Barker & Webb.  NUMBER 62  SUCCESS.^  Is the term we use to describe our ten da vs' sale which closed with a <?ood business Monday. May 20. Considering the weather we 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, hut the two real objects we had in view were ti) rid ourselves of as manx seasonable goods as possible w hile it was vet time, and the most important of all. to meet and become V acquainted both in a social and business wax . # W ''J** 1  more people in town and in tile country.' X Me feel quite a satisfaction in sax mg that xxv have through our sale and the courtesx of Miss Currie and Messrs l ax lor and W ilson.  XX ho have been xvith us. met and sold goods to many good people xx ho were never before in our store. We xvish to sax that xx e thank W both our already customers and new ones x er\ # much. and kindly ask a continuation of your business, promising at all times to serve von in the very best possible manner in quality of goods, prices and treatment.  President Roosevelt and Minister Gov. Hocb Writes to Kansas County Takabira Have an Extended    Attorneys for Information Re-  Conference at White House     gardjng    Law     Enforcement.  us??bDOffss/fOfsscitiw/ACj.  TO CONSULT WITH OTHER DIPLOMATS. OFFICERS MUST OBEY THEIR OATHS  11 r 111 a Ii t.eriiiM ii n xii    Ii*,-    »*«», I... c..,a| u> . ...  ut *>«- n 11 iii «■ n i Hoi x Nut    a  liar* lo »er Hie I'lrxuhot rl    I* it I* I Ie mi..... i «    •  ■ iii.ii* on.cml for \ lohiiint:    the  Oner—Iii*- It r'K ii I ■ ot the <v«lo    i< ril . ,    ,    .    ...  « riiM It e|t«ihetl    iii    Him    lit    rh*  enee U n*.    Not finite h itni*n~    I'oiml- i ....    >    .  ■ eo|if« — I. ii tv Kure    I    Im*,    rn ii lift    \ in.  ;    '*•    I rail.    lu (et!  COX-  f." Goods Company.  Lift of Russian Vessels Suck or Captured by The Japanese in » af  Korean Straits.  si'tia   v t ra \ s ?,*   v  ii His, ; > port.*.  NEWSIOF FINAL RESULT WILL CE LATE  ha it I. I         T>aDb i: i    M V  **    : e  1  ♦          ret 1              5-itkiitf: la* i nu 1 rn 1. til,* It Ie-Ut ,(    In ?h<    Ins:    I fit I I* 'ft      4 a im ira I I oa*r«—Hojrat-    of th-rn    .    * - J , J i      *#n«L,'« Urlmt «;t,ra Kit* ta* the    bv Dx* J    ■apace    ' ’ ?.#      iiaal frier I * Ik — I ta** I Mir ait 1 he    going .>r    > . *, *    * X . * . .      SiM#is*a « a *m wnuiier i« I ftbftoMB    * Ltied.              -    If    « t KT    < ii t i v D      X r ».*>r lo hunk.    Xii* \, 1    s iral    * < go t,<      l<i.......Battle ship    of des! I    net it *.    * Ti. J *      A bar acier IU ........Battleship     v » x el a1    flour s    bf f C x ♦      JyniU'huL Proiectecl cruiser A cl ic:: 'ai Nil ’ til.off Armored cruiser    is k 11 <<XX I    I b*    Bus* ?.      arni virn    rally    ; D j. f  r ♦      Dim it r. IV ti - a- . Armored , miser    down Ila    Oh, v*    CV* f      BvaftI ar.ii Prolt < I* d <  1  iiisrr    getting a    xx;. x          Ada ,rg < is , ,r ('(aas! deT* n v e > hi)    So far    rn D    ' > M?      K am>< : ill kit . S1 >»•, jai skip    the fen lr    xx j r - ?    JI * Dm;      Irutscbush .......... Special ship I    lo * fl*t j    a Kin,    11 u re xx; ♦      ‘ * ’ ' • f s! "I ■ *- - Na mrs lei f. ;; \ # jj    jestv#a-I    x bnf    it is poe      X r ft ft r I « I ti |*| a* re a1.    in it,*. -♦    "* ( nd    I. * • *       1  B.t' I .e ship                 •nti liaxal Th Korean  jhima (Okii lilt kites! < I the Kus-♦ r lh* firjcf > Admiral  ' Mashing! on, Mat 1. QU itli *• the I ar-rem bing effect t  • Rojcs! vrnsk y s ii is,t>! his <!» I I Kor* .in si rails ,>Mi! n !.* ♦•]  ins protni-e announced a lout ; in (It* ail in his pow* r ?,» i>rii  1  ligerents in the farV ast t<  Entiat ions at ihe proper tim dont Roosevelt Moutfax nit J b> v|»- , ijt! appointment Mr 'i ,x.  J the Japanese minister, and a t; i enee followed for the greater ;    :  t he t venine Mr Taint hint * ; * the \\ hiie House shortly all* dock Monua.x evening anti xx a- it ately relived Karliei in tilt minister had railed aud left f. president the report ot the !>; '  ! *  !  fit \ en on; at ihr ligation, Sir XI mer Durand, the Brit sh ,*n :    ;  I xx ho is just hark Dom London xx he was ret el vet! by sh. Kine. Vt;  I will lunch with the un sit}, ut MV.  J (lax xx h* n th** whole situation Mi » thorough!} discussed fount ('av jthi Russian anihassudoi. said. t;.  I expected to see the pre-id*! the week is OM r and Raton Sn t the German anibassudor who was . J Iv at the Russian eiuhuss> when rema nod tor -nm** Tim** in -u I* * "itll the ain ha'"..-idol    - constant!}  touch xx ii h t In re-id. ut t Im •„ ;  Intimate a* (juaimani e with Mi Hoi  I veil he is at liber!\ to rail af time The German air!>a--acor rn Erving a discreet silence, hut is ti  • eighty posted on both  T h* Rites •* Till  1  i pa in si* points of \ • xx a- r* j rented here aud stands read} to g the presiilent all th*- as-istani * in.’  KU  #11.. Alay HL*- Gov. Kotb is i mar ion regaling Ai* tremor cnicin of th* prohibitor} a  n  h; la vs Die anti-cigar* tie law ami th* mt Bi anti gambling law and is -* tiding out  f  biters to the various county attorneys * ’  3>  and vh*rifls I the state A count} ^ i* ti*it.* ney t*l an ^astern Kansas count'  ♦ t *; v*  relived the following It tor and th* cove;nor admitted ‘«»ri(.;ng out mali} h*’- which were probably of similar f  Import  governor’* letter reads:  Dear Sir During the past J* xx  n ‘ 0, dfcs I hax* received a large mini-bt r of letters irom different paris of ’he slate making complaint thar certain .aw- upon th* statute lambs .oe ‘* n :     P resistent ly aud flagrantly vin-  LADIES’ SHIRT WAISTS.  •X    mraeand complete line of Ladies' Shirt Waists  have ju.rt been received from New York. These waists are well made in the very latest styles, and will be sold at about the prie- of the material from which they are maoe. I hex range in price from 48c to $5 OO  Special.  One lot of Ladies" Waists that are worth  from $1.25 to $2.00, which xve are offering this xveek at  A  Among the laws especial orc i it* prohibitory law', ti dust gambling and the Jaw* fm Du .-* Ming of cigarettes ?  en*  98c  I* i f*  r  .HW*.  Haft  •ij'i  nit is still - not x ct  Ll  Rf  V#?scls. We j .p.  * ill**    re.su 11    of j    } u .    . .intl r* i,.  ■ as* (spturfd    tciLi*»    i    .  :    ''mw    house    coaid    mu he obtains  a late    bour,    but    it    is understood  toinister assured the president h*  - . .    I    receivcfi offu itll advices of the <  k n *1 J whelming character of the lapanes*  th* work ' will lie  vu tory.  The conferva, of Mr Takahira it  mashed I  NNh,U ‘  hoUSe  " as Dvt  Fenerallv .  IUIUI  '\ no * n     iheinlersted  isles and legations din ug the * venine the opinion was firmly expressed mat  eded ill  th   f  x ut i.    Bitt:;;*    -lop  V. fir.: Mom.g.acb Gruiaer ro nude red  ki* DV a\    (* Si-I net use ship  Ai'*\ ne .    i * as* « »-?. list ship  One s.pei ;al shij    Name n« ’ given  One destrr •.*•    Nam* * giv^n  Vrxxi-U I In matted.  or I  1  l TTJ d r nf ,    "nS.nit    u.  v<ivt111    "•‘lltrill nations In the rf  ' fort to bring alami pea* e **     k “'    fere    nee    it iv thought Dim  dent's firs? obje. t will I fain on xx hat Ii.-mIh Japan The question of p*»a< P  x were  In th, couth# i -*-•.  x* I iii iv* __________  taken a;i oath 'o enfor< ie stat**. ] . an net dis  0 m ha? law shall be *t  1 oiled, em« r,. my oath -  M -s s? ji ud f( j* f }|, enfold emeut , cli I. xxs upon    the sia* it*    Pool - T!    '  statutes lax*    made you    one of    Im  *  s  x\ h<    p« * i a j lim} 1     j j j g    j ^    ^,  ta’ he hwr are properly enforce! arid f assume that x*c# are willing ^  • o * \ cry»bing in your power to fnMi  ’he * ». ii of orb. . xx hi. h you. Jikw  I)iV   s *  1  lemtil.x assumed  v m #  ♦ nferiiit unt»n yoni d ties.  I an aware that in certain counti*< * lr  "  a  * ’’Usiderable public sen. it mu . sins! he en fort enient of sum#  J* -    ;    •    .    .  -    ».    *o    II**:*    U,    oil*    or    ?    he    Ut    ll,  l« fi;, nl»r Rut I cannot think that  • '     ? - '  1  excuses ani puhlU officer Doth it,ak mg every ♦-ffort in his power  u  I orc# Die law He did not mak#   1  * I'-"    H*‘ not responeibl# for ptih-  ’• sentimen 1.    It is his business    to    di  ^  v  ‘  ,! L'  f (* the h*-st of hiv ability. Ie? U.*    • oiis*q|iier;i es b* xx hat thex may.   v  hilt pm thing for an officer u> co ami tha? is to oh*} his oath and th# re is hut on#* thing for the * iti/en to do and Da i- to t.hex the law I would !ik< rn haxe v«ui inform rn  "ta’ D* * mutuums     ir    vour    r(n||    .tirljft  inmght it trh  I OU  tiAltJ tLlFH! in h  nj  lh*  i j  rst  hr  ien they can \ *oe them befo’  Oknn  \ ours to Serve.  E.V. KOTSCH & CO.  Lash on Delivery of Goods.  CHiTwnnn  the um f(|R  up-too*te  Hill I ll UUU J CL0THIN6. NEXT TO. POSTOFFICE.  t  Is  POSTMASTER ARRESTED.  Japanest sh i - cf vt  bu? their  I v ie*  X  Kit  Rue 3 JLI  I he OI I. rr Los *«■*.  m ;vo    e-itir.iau  rn i r •- ?.**- ta! * n  * ♦ veral  ■ t .  s ct P n at* (I  XX ow ad ell  •'I. Peter?burg .fax ,    }j.,.  reporf   , > .». th. Kau.    .ivin.ff. Baph.i. of  ’    :     f r.vt" 1 j " ”     ..........-......»■  !.« wa, ii'.,; ,, Vt "  Ko *    ...........  »i- w, '.rVt    '    V.lni i iii I Ko-    -.....r„„,i.   a -    on     a     tori,.,'o    ..oat  Il.strov,. is     T|)     .Io,i)in.    M..    \|.„     ;|     p| jln    M(   a ho- its r.f the di *Dn x* i  Russiar    Vie*    Admit.. Nahogatoft  rapt tired.  Russian \ ice A*, rn ira I Hi, jestv# nskx Af (<jrtiitija t < ne report, xx ep ? down with his -:!*•!. •»! liagship. ti * Knia/ fiuvaroff.  Aft r»rt!tnt    U>    - p latest adxices  from tic fat * a - ;  - v ,were fought in Die Korean straits, the last one being oft' tiki inlands v. i,*re Admiral Togo    ’n*-*    a squadron of five  St. refers't u; g Max hi * | onu  ‘-pher despe.it I, reg* h# J Kmperor Nil h-oias. during th* right hut its .onion’s have n*j >#* ,* fIl 1IiSuU  public, ii  nut known |  fa,f - Postmaster a VV. -hhurn. I its h*« i re. oui rn end cd i'm- . m.»val from < ffi Moffatt xx ji- taken before Dc I nit* j States' cc >ni miss it in* i M r  K* * ?, ? here, and. it is reported plead .i gi tv ti* having made use *.f $ I co; ,.f  y< ,. j eminent money in handling The v?;, 4V  deli he was u,t*r-  S unofficially stated that several of j  bprry < rop in  the fast Russian -hips mcteeded in  os,ei1 as  Rtowcr Moffatt gaxc $1 -.pf) shaking <-ff th# r pursuer? and Max**    ^ or  bis appearance ut »h». hi*  reached Vladivostc k aid that the government is now in possession of it* version c I it* naval disaster of Saturday and Sunday n ;h* straits of Kon a Nev* rtheless ,t appears to be i qaundaty as ? t)  how to iireaiv  term of the Dt.d. i s iihs , otin \v I J ullam Black is mentioned as Molt, d' probable successor as postnilis-er  ii  war-h.  ID  r» cant  ill i  pur"- ult.  / An official report received frc m To-kio says that the Russian kb-tg definitely known include two battle ships a oast defense -hip, five . rinsers, ♦ w*. special ships and three destroyers sunk, and two battle ships, two coast defense ships, one destroyer and on* spe* ial s* i vif e ship captured, xvhile more than 3,(Mn) prisoners have been taken, including Rear Admiral Xebog  news To the ((» utrv, xx as held ut I -a sl<<.* xvii it h I lo- i rn j • r* r xx 8ti imperi,!J luftn: f« -bu- yef heftn dei ii  A war council do Monday at urged to i:-Mic I it nothing  Iv nu nil I* Primiii ICu ■«.«*.  Topeka, Kau.. Max ill. R k. Rxxett warden of the fienio ntlary, called m, Goy. Hoch and submitted th*' rule* for th** government of the prise n which have been ore pa red bv board of director x a inlet the lax-, ?, i*,,.,ii,.,. . i, . .    .    .    j vhi in g log the adopt ion * »f , l( jj  *n«l% ot> ii *■ N i* *n i im ( to ii .    ,...i    ,,,,  ronek•»• \t a *. i ti*    ,     Uf> < rh “ rilled xviii be ad.oRu  IM ..a. Ai, I -,x,..n in l..|«ka  at n ,. M mpelhl     .  Poll.'. Dr. P. S. f.lKwk. I mewler dircrtoif. .Inn,’.. Th.. -nor in!.,,  no objection t » the rules as prepare-by Die board. o\c«ut  f( ,  4) (f er as  amendment that no* who apply for the position of guard shall r, *t is* intoxiiafing liquors.  *    - xx    forbidoit j. th  * * *  l, K ‘ f A lgin eft - ? o c h i Id re a * ? for* * *  I and oh#*}eel?   ,v  be law against ga Ming * nfon • d and ob* >ed?  “Third Is the prohibitory law  f(  r , * t‘ hi.4 oU x*-,i -    ■  f «oi 111*    if    a ny    if    these iaxvs arc  xi*dated,    j s     it    with    th#*    sam (ion. unde r  "    "    * s     knt»w    n ,i-    ?he    fine svstem, * f  th* bs a1 authorities ’   1  ‘  1 lt;>  to I cur from you at one-#  ^ ours \*#*ry t nilx L. \\ Do, h. Governor."’  JAPANESE IN GERMANY.  I t • im » ii ti .I l*ii in « Critii^nnt "t* Lorn I .ii ilia I t.n-rlinu * ** llt-r 11 •• lift | m (ie mr.  I * i on Ma* i] Kxtra copies t i the im xx s pa pf  -  is With a list of the sunken '    ’ ;i 1 1  ured Russian warships xv# r*  fluttering Droit git out the steal trow j assembled ?»> -, t . i j )f  princ e and | rill cc ss \ tis i si. ax, i ti i ti Vt' h**re to i ■ »*; - s* : » the Km pc Kl ,.( (apa i at t is* tx* *!.: • . of Grown Prim * ID rick \\ ill: t* ,    .    I   !  un ii# ss Cc rid .ll xjcck bill sr.' St ! X»», id. Kin per, i* William -int , i«fi  PAUL W. ALLEN,  Livery. Feed and Sale Stable.  Horses ISoaided by UayorXXVek Satisfaction Guaranteed.    Kovt    <    .    *  j*    w *    Service  Allen Livery Barn  Soil til Towri'end Av* .  * none ti-*.  rn  +  Our Shoes for Women. The losi^ner’s touc-h .md the -ho**-rnaker ** touch, touch your feet md !H>cketr>ook lighter. They are es pet-ia I !y strong in modern styles and travel in the !»e*t fsociety.  CHAPMAN  ' I Do* Wyandotte county delegation in k* legislature *, ,j ^ori’C of his political friends that h* b*lic\,- Henry J Allen <*if I rani sin county will be nominal* ,1 for Gongr, ss I v th* Rejuhlicans  fif ti c g« f j j, ( ; (j ,st iii f  htuft. Hie Julian esc, it would seem. I  are still pursuing the Russians, and  v **s.tiugtcin, Mux I Minister c.’ris-  nay be some time before the- final I .      ...  result is knoxvn    I    frc rn Tc.klo. nm]# r Monday's dale that  Tore is HCM*,  to ( ,ear,y in.ioa.e    ob    'n,,  V»»i nu A n;i rirnii * 1m|*.  itigTx n. May I Minis!*  (oui has cable,) ft,,, ntatc department  the extent el lh* Japanese losses, anti ll is suggested from one source that the Tokio government is waiting to bear from Admiral Rojestvensky by wa.* of \ iadixostok before announcing to what extent its fleet has suffered Rojesfxensky s (lefeat iias given rise Jo renewed talk of peace. It is pointed out by The Associated press St. Petersburg correspondent that Russia in thin crisis xviii turn to France through its foreign minister. M. Delcasse, while from Washington comes information  mosa May :*(> i v 11.« Russian fled xvas J* British vessel, mcoidiiig tx it report in.nil* 'o him by iii# Japanese government.  VI* *,. M>#r*. Tai., n ti* Liberty.  Kansas City, Me., May 31 Mrs Aggie Myers was taken to Liberty .Monday by Sh, riff Andrew B. Wymore of ( lay county. There she xviii await Dial on the charge pf murdering her hits hand, Clarence Myers, a year ago Hie trial will open Monday, June 5.  '»#** ll** || lliuillftf.  Sedalia. Ma. Max JI Mel l it Si-tnonds, who came here to visit his-lather and two sisters, i. s  under arrest charged with having escaped from the military prison at Leavenworth. Kiln., four years ago. Sinionds, it i*- r,-ported, was sentenced to 4(> xcars' imprisonment for the killing if rhine-* prisoners whom he was guarding in the Philippines, but through Dm efforts of his lather Die sentence was commuted to 20 years.  Hilltop I.IIH* in s**iliilip. M»  Sedalia, Mo., May 31. A class of (j persons was confirmed ut St. Patrick's church here by Bishop Lillis of Kansas City, Kau.  inc ! mce and I rmcess and their suites of persons ;ji Berlin and was bin.  '*  1 ;!l     '    ’ ai iou to welt tune til*:,  I hey were , hee red in si fashion cpu!* tmommon in this cit} probably iw-•;«?>•# ex et } one is talking of the .fuc-• - «J the Japais* se in the nax.il c'om- l ‘‘  ! in f;ir 1  autem waters. The « nip# tot n ported i 0  Luxe alluded , ordiallx to tim Japanese sin eesa I’rinte anil Princess Aranga wa are the guests of the . mperor at the hotel Bristol, where the Russian deputation to the wedding wiP r'so be quartered. The hc»tel if  T5# * t ,!o,,r  ^ »|e Russian embassy.  th#* » >r #**i«|,, n f  fo Xru   Washington. May    Rr^Jdent  Roosevelt left Washington at I2 3t» c clock Monday night for Brooklyn. where he iv to he Die guest  0 f  f f, r  Yens Tuesday and will participate in the Memorial day e*ercis#*s A feature of the day will t,e an address bv the president at Die unveiling of alalite to Gen. ll»nry W. Slocum. T president was accompanied by Son tary Loeb and occupied a special < attached to the regular o\pr#*ss on ti  Pennsylvania railway  Ku-r.utnni;  tf ,„ ul  to ,-,t        ..    ,    ;  I    Moa.llfaker.v. Hr.’^T (    ,’„. v    r(K , k „..- J  J    Kin!"-. Im,-.     thfl     J  • J* A. 1SLINGER, Prop. >>hoke *24 i  Fhe Ada National Bank. I  OM HOPE. President    mn a n.>___  4  "OM HOPE. President.    jmq     l  D ARR|Mr .  "RANK JONFg r.ck    «    BARRINGER.    Vice President  JONES. Cashier. ORVILLE SNEAD Assi Cashier  Capital Stock, - - -  Undivided Profit*.  .......  so 200.0c  Blanks Forced and Remittances Made to the Govern-*- cnt on Town Lots.  A DA, C !! ILK ASA W N ATK )N, IN D. TE R.   

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