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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - June 1, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 Kk •*'.<’ a* U * i .'N Ti I: VV KA VU* i.  •- We Writ**  , OI i Fire m hv>v Acomer * iDMiralioe .    .....  HARDIN    S JONES  A.‘th *■ F* »i I Ro. us* *. v*>* id.    I:.    *    .  THE EVENING lf WS.  DEVOTED TP MAKING ADA A DARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  Hon e Made Fre-h  CANI* IE,S  A lull and complete line  Barker & Webb.  VOLUME 2  ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY. THURSDAY EVENING. JUNE I. 1905.  NUMBER 63  *5UCCE S S  Is the term we use to describe our ten days' '•ale which closed with a good business Monday. Ma\    Considering    the    wearier    we  have been having: and this season of the \ear,  0 we consider our sale just held a success from  I manx standpoints. In the first place we sold *ot> of bloods, reallx more than we expected to '-ell hut the two real objects we had in view were to rid ourselx es of as manx >casonable £oodsas possible while it was yet time, and the most important of all, to meet and become  01 acquainted both in a social and business wax,  0 with more people in tow ti and in the country.  We feel quite a satisfaction in saying that we have through our sale and the courtesy of Miss Currie and Messrs l ax lor and W ilson, w ho have been with us, met and sold broods to many v^ood people who were Hexer before in our store. We wish to say that we thank 0 both our already customers and nexx 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-CREE R  ^Dry Goods Companyjj  Japans’ Remarkably Small Lot* in Russian Newspaper Bitter in De-the Great Naval Battle in    counting    Those    Responsible    for  Korean Straits.    the    Disgrace    to    the    Country.  THREE OFFICERS AND 200 MEN MLLET STRCN6 EDITORIALS BY LEADING PAPE*  I h«> -Ini*. %% In* Ii NI en I • .«! II * r* I * rj-« «** Homa* Rojentvrii.kv'**-knil « »•* I '» ii ml I, Nim, iii ll*i*«|iit*«l iii    •  • »*>c»*OtfY Vllonril t*i -mil In I ml O' I'' ll iiiniilril mill I’rlminri•*.  Wk sh in Ilion, lur*    I \ lh* • •    * *    *  legation Wednesday    .ii'Hill ti*.**     ! *  Ion in** rxqunt I rom l*<i uv “h tv 01 ficiall) ;inn«nMii **«r fIiot in th* hc-t i  battu iii* daman*; - stain* *1  u v « fleet w I'M* \ ♦»r\ .-Iiv in ain 1  non* *f * I at Unships, * ut '.I*!'-    erst rove -    *    ii  lither ships 'iii*' U»s»    iAi * ut iht*<    *    *  pedo IhmiK I nd#w imp**? i a I cot :n hi Admiral Toro was iMthxtri *«l t<> »*• nut Ne boga toff '«» s t'tuu to Hi* «■ ' the re poi is on I ii** I •-1 'ut I* amt a of Kii^iaDG killed, iv* * in dad anil i > oners The admiral was also ant po* i/rd to I elf a se oil * »i» *»* *« the go !♦? Pere*! officers • »t N’icholat I *».♦• Apraxine ami Seniuvin. Hh"!'*i sky w as ’ak*T) t*i Sa-♦•I* i*.*\ a« I*«*-1 ill  :  No uth**r admit;.I wa- • ; pl .od ' • u the Biedovi th* ast ?*mtt    :    '    h    -'  respect Im .ng line i*> * lei P ar em * Command*! lsap ’I ikeshita. caval fit tach*’ Elf Ii! pail to the  1  Tilted Stales " as af the White lie’-, atty Wet me» day and tMunmuni* tied the **»*.\- ii. formation t«> th** pre - bu  I In Iii..a Ii.*, litre** iIimI 'Vcliaatupul Ntrm k Hie Nhallr, I'rom iii*- — erf*. Mini l’*»rf Arthur. Milk Hen ami I .ii IvImihI- ahunt#! I *■«••• lins,im i rum Iii** Mavarv «f ll»irn,ii* rn. w* .  cttrGOODS.Sf/OFSsCim/ML  LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS.  •rs bur  lune I Th  St.I*  N  * which hb> *»\ei *:i .ii th* flu.* fleet    *ias liven •»    * i i .rn* i ii*ai*, ii.  '*»     f h<* in instill    i ;)• ai Emper.i  at- iii th* inim*dint# • onvo*,*.-  * n « f a national as.-eniblv Ani*.  1  ■ "* tiny aeti »n upon ti.** report of th. H# Hiuin re.sAM'pt e* mm : * ion Wi’h  1:  *    ut Ie    * \< * fit tin ti    t ii** r* ac* ion. I >  S\    >\ rf,,    pi>..g pour-    ''it >ii* i gnat ii c,  and wrath upon 'Ii* bur cahieri*\ v\ hi is b held res pi nisi bb fo» all th** in in  i**itTil*- of th* war. holy th* \» v<- i '.nil t** Bour-* tJa,«n* ho*** vc*-. de * • *t flat peace should Pe* coneine*'  I * flu-, now th* vs nest t*a< pap* I >t Russia. says "ti n-* s* 'iltv ft «. '■’a - msg t ac# should !*• o\et wtie bn* d 'n til. -1 ame.”  Hie ii* atli of half a mii’ioe of mil iii* fluke, continue*- “ar*! the  ! o*- *»f ii him- id it one*v - ‘h** price of the  * eft bm of nromefs miTi w emf en  hi i/Ktion S'ba-topol -drink ti* ii. < kiev from he rf- ami l‘oit Xi I Mukd# ti ami T- t island* -ho Id  \ urge and Loocpiote line of L^ciies’ Shirt Waists have just been re<eeivee! from New York. The^e waists are well made *n the very latest styles, and will be sold •it about tile pric* 1  «>f the material from which they are ma Ie. : ley rnntre in price from 48c t $5 00  Special.  One lot of Ladies* Waists that are worth from SI.25 to $2.00, which we are offering this week at  98c  Oott tv -Nev Yvrk as General Manager a? jbe Subway System  <■* r. Till  ca uiv i  HIS SAiAH* th be $50,000 FER YEA®.  T A * ► MPtJtt J i f 'hr Nm,j I! r Ul mu Huiir'l  \’«S' , e*ni! *■ With trruitrnl KiM»ri*lt    'UT*  t'rtiif* *t» A .d{    % iiuouu< r nimt of th**  I'*":** c«* MA* -iu-« *»<ur IU thr A Min nr I  Fntt«v lf AA*—*■!**. t**it.  Tv* « -( vt I • ; ! i - f  * rn tar ta--tn * ut . vt fttit* r . * I !»• • > iv M which road ti* w .-I •Tai tinnily ii ha.v this bad any *!• ,r»^: < in* rf Mr. MA dii Santa Fe wh**n tho bl ipp* is    iv* •»    l    iv#    t  va* i* ii f    '**•-.    •    . v  f.r-t t<i|    n f\  fipht Mr v *    *    • it*  posft ss: j i a t* r? it ti*  J I |H - ' ‘I ',1 J. I * *  til Ct I Cato WRC Ait I  on^idera I d ** cretary *■ Santa I*' 1  •met of !<»  w 11 h  VV; S  t Ii  -I > Ti.ii  I ti I IIH  with th* I »*liiif* - fICI .« in vt*.** 11 Of-id* nfs I'v ay rat* d: ted vy I th  t* *1 at I rom  v T    l    l  • vv , v * a n * M * CIU « y#rk t*f> . *  -\1 : *t a eon -  ^ t •* : .  Pa*!’ Ma *i«  intl v t itv a* \  I O'*'N Cl Til IIH  v 'itiem*x*t ahi hat lid ti \\ •t?. rn if - i one r f vv (i*ibi *>u cf ***-*! rv * f th* r iv y.     Tok io, J    HHC I. \*it*ltr - I    !:o.! 4 “ tv*    i ' e  i u ! tm    w    uss la era* y    from tit#.    - I I V cl X lf * I.*      I s i\ x ha.-    n ix < J .i’ 't- -tyc-    • la* i.t         r | A*    .-’1a »x    ; iii*! ii*'r    ;•* pillar ]si• * r      rn»si*i al.    rile naval , Ii     1  ha- <    ii a    \ f |    mon    mu* i lr -i    iXS nHA Uib      I noun* ca I t    hat 'Ii* • i « c|    ,nes*> v    - - |    J J f I J    • tie*’.    I * *» t VV « I V f J    is til* I;- • mr      s« i-_ OM :t    the )»at 11< *x 1 ; h t i    <*• Kus-1    I I'# *    nj.    ha v*    1*# *! ma    r* niiig to tfi#-      Arr* XX e * e>  j Washing    thr* 1 ** rort»‘d»* b*»f i.*n I me ’ Th    I s    i I ut*    it*    Alf lit  VV tot    -timil*rn iu ii i rom I he    5 ti* l..ndar*‘ .*' •*’ I *'#i.<Mm* -      I pa rt m# n    Ila.-. ! et c I X I , j ‘I*    t* *il**w    I ‘ t **        Runs    aits .*:I«I ?]    * ' xx i ii m if I . :      I cablegram    from I'**K :«» int*-*    I Wed ti    | .   !  la*  f 4 • I    * %    I n«*r    #’ 11 v # n ox*    r th* ii#. I ic#      | day: “JJ*»    stveasky - -kni!    ft act in    th    in i'    [de speak. *r    t ♦ t iiream nit y      t te*t'.!iring    ijierat ion** s**riou    s hut T    sot •*"        i*l its    spy and i    ; - » roxv ii* c ii-      liars: ohs.    T*»tal la] in*.-*    I 'Sh * -    'A' I '    rk    *'T nu    i ion*.! - i a n    ie ai.ti I' aiM’ > i-      I cia ie ■ Ii * *•*    tor]* 4 *!*' taiat- -i    ink, thi     r t E I    t.    L#»    it now *st* i    i to xx hat 11 • .s*      . fti.N. » "* * i    n.vj iliik.'t *ii#i ti                .IX*' s    *i ft * t* I in s    i !#*n* * and xx I *      DUH ♦lh tv I  - a\\*l dirab    [IDU* UMM*! if        L i    e s    ll PPO I    ’t*(| 'TI I 1*1)    rv hav# tx* -a'      Washing    ion. .lulu* 1 Tilt*    f* VA    I F n  1  b ' f •    i .*    th its  pie 1    mom# in a  HS Yr* i m*    * on x lh at ion • *  el- tit < * S-iiT,' . -      i cahiegt .int    has been receive    d by t    I* , th*    a 11    VV Al    * I* ll ?  ll lf t    he bureau* ! >      -xtate I* pa    rtm* ut from Mini    ster (lr    iv. I $ in        rn#- -t    el I *1 ' b#‘t WM    I * h» » nip# mr     You uh n not a Po rd to tkju^ht .t the?^ pricey. tho    ent    - bro-:* r '  •uatie them vvhen they can be i oixe >n and ^**e them before  I  Yours to Serve.  E.V. KOTSCH & GO  Cash on Helix erx of Goods.  i  com, dated kiddo May  ITI f\oj» s: \ i :;skv - * i uni* I.• -pi'al Sa sc bo. Tvv o flu*  !✓! • I  V* ii** h itij; * *n .hinc fert-ncf* wit] 'ii \ * - *i* ut last in g about  an hi to Wedncsoa.v Secretary Morton    —--- ~  anno.inoHd it ieav i.u I.* Whitt bouse SPAUGH BROT HE RS CAPTURED  It.! 'C * NI •-» * ss j • (I    iflllt t ? I BS bt  <. I. ut-t OU    ti*    has    determined    Mo    r.batliu    A*.    ...I    of Killing m  hit futur* p ans but    a,: "lit moment  h» cid not • h"* ai -av    vv t at tho w**rc.  ll* LddeO. however, that later iu the Irontt'n Mo Jnru* \    \    nu-    •  *Uv f'fobab v * would make a formal    iirnv#,    h***    •;*    \    \Ya*:i.*m    .tx    n    o    t  an*,cunt** nun' f hi-    intention*. See-    the    nfom    ate    n    •».:    *•    thitr    ami    'VI  r* Mkt?* t dc* i i it * * a I ai s.,v whether    Ham Spji’^h ‘test    , ?p th, kplit  b's jiu* * ass# J iti c* i otcj mined    < f She ff p?  apc-n cr m* ?  ti int imate*; that he bad    W*iim -*:a • ft';  I** i * #**••»  • wn.1t* X I fck.i I | w PIM*. A*t«>r H I ’(til.     ships « ..    ptured.    SUS|».    IN I Cli t a k ! I    I*. I as * j 11 -I **      si J sategii    •ally la    rough    r to Sc-? I    a tv j- t ,v Kl      alan <*ffi*    #*r- x\ I    we’ I *■    • ascii .a ,    ’n ' • • ’ r# an      \ 1 ad i <    i iv Tot,    t un*    I. The    I * a fa*.-’      boat .lev    * ca»> cr I    Ira\ i    art iv *d ti * i    • curt i*      nesdax    anil tii«I    •unlit    foil- .‘ft-.*    • ti<r: i ?■ 11 f, I      1*1“ n'«'n Oslabya    of th.        of h* ta1    Mb Shit* I, * ,  : I * * •     • ult t* n I# it he watt l» t u r* -r th* Uvssi.n* Of Russ an h,stor» hist* • v *»t th# c»n-Kv solmr **f The fapti rn -* ar* no* tfhhtinK is sn t:    |i)i    t»; t    ‘h*-    iditim  tin y w t;(* ti    f    j!v r* iai t»-d wit!  I* fab* nr of the ital urn tor of sycophants and tim# serf ini; *- tim only aoi.solati*>n to ihi-  t our - rh* *'«'iisi *ou-n» ss ihjit HU th#    I    » I * I * I    • *    I Ut    ti    ACV * It.  VV ). « ti    I ;;-    f ’ff»    I cd    *:♦ f* ii*  CHITWOOD, . THE TAILOR FOR UP-TO-DATE  CL0THIN6, NEXT TO. POSTOFFICE.  * inly a-  * ii capfHre* - liAvrth* a-’  t - n i uaheu in I ti** Spang!*  "if ui was hot •i j• 1 1! i * WR- #*}    «t*e-1ii  K ccm pl in ct •min Ake ti in., Im.  Nagasaki  1  un* 1  ’ The *. chief **nj;tn**« t and two -run ♦ 1 • fir t ish steamer    (Mil ham hi    i    .  ri\#*d at Sasebo    The a* dhau.ia  wa Im•*inil from    llotmkoiu    U  wa- st J»" u rt «i bv    the Rn--:,    it    \  an*! i' fir-1 was t»*|»*ut**.t • in ve-sci . apt u’ * *i wa- Xiii*; i< an. nu'ti who Ii.ii<’ a»it\«*<! hi Sag#tm  L. h  r  S V I AO*  itll * A HI si 'lit* I Novi* \i  •cal  N ii s I ’  s. at  ■,  H bv ti** .flpHO  in  Iv tan  *-iOPt -OR PEACE.  Man ■'teamer May 1*7.  CALLED A COUNCIL.  VAii.iimii • iii |t** r«» r A on v *-r«nl XX uh \  :    'tot. iv ,  * ii* * d ny I!  * • t - Toliint# -,.I Rah* -f v* r * rf h* I* — lo  hat?  ton tm ye <  to make I i- ti* a ut la  r . rat vet v ten v.;i . ssnm* rn* ta of th* Nt w Lfit? r Soei'A turv following stat em«tit ■  ■‘Paul Morton unnounc**s tkai ho wji. retire from til* cabinet on July I. 1905. He will l*» to New York to live and xviii heron.*' ;*--'*>• fated with Mr, Thomas F. Ryan It is understood that Mr. Morton will at once take active charge of the plans for the con-rtruction of the proposed **ompreben-fivf ex st* ni Alf underground rapid ttarjs.t lines j n  \< w York * ifv for Cjjeration in * t nm i t ion with the « \-if>ting surface lines.”  Mr Morton has **oiisidered a number c f flattering offers from railroads corporations, and itnnmercial enter-pfises since th# certainly of Ids withdrawal from h>' cabinet became known. Rumors of his ac* plane** of various positions have h#ren circulated but all proved untrue tip to Wednesday, whfn if was announced authoritatively that h# had accepted the management of the subway a1 a salary of $50,AGO a y«‘ar and with a contract for a long term'of years While both Mr. Morton and President     Frrm  f    h 4 *r)y    » # r es tai,  # * .line    'n A of tt    *#* i*!fc  » xx i»r I    • i ar, a j, ii cl «* r#n    K#|nr*1lnt liitj*. at \ r 11« L ,  VI I ll la t «* r« I Ainr I'    ’n i Arf rut  PRt'P.              I ** I ii    •Anil    H < * sn*.            st.    Petersburg June    I—The -eri-      Ka    IS    J UTU' I        V ♦ r'TilM    Mal    ,uar-    amish*    ss of i he sit nation *    reated bx h#      I ere    f«'r    ti# fist    * ill    * * nt* r    lain ;    #1 is    com pl    et** destruction of    i ii# Russia i      I in* T    ht*t    ie of va    ice.     1  is I    tope I    is net    fleet s    ceras to be fully rn    ali/.ed at ti*      .‘■troi    g h    tit it is    m n    * /sing    more    I bai:    Tsars    (tie Scio. xx hen i he    era pet »»r * -      deduct ioi    n from t    h# i    * snit of    i hi* r    ■*•< ut    assembled practically .ill    I h#* rn* rn bet -      nay)    I ba    ? t (*, i    V ha     ( t is I    tased    Upon    of ilie    imperia! family to    decide on * bf      is ii*    d I«    Down a    • it- I    d# of ’    I os *    tnt T-    COOT sr    to pursue A seri    es of taint# r*      mate    Iv ti    11 v < r-.'*:    It w    itii Kus*    . .  :a s iii - co    onces    are prAX'cexling whi*    ll vv MI •'*«.- r-      i ions    but    it is* - Iu    1.1 fI    ant Ina    llop*    110 xV    mine    not only th*’ quest    ion tit pea* *      pre \;        in hit    h p    Darters    that    lh- 1     but xx    (tether ii is advisal)    Ie to \ j* bi to      I * ac*        ■ ’ may    |]< s    i * (lit    • Ie.    It is    th** pi    ‘pillar demand for t    ie im sue.' int*      said.    h (i    Wet * r.    that        Silting    de-    conv a    at ion of a nation    a1 assembly.      ] *e n d    - nj    * .1 - Is    all    • ii* Ie v    ry closely    We#    I neadsy afternoon    the crap* cor      i Tnt    ifi* •    I with i    'ic f    rf v s. ic    bolas    xv hi)    f ti rn in    out *1 Admiral A levi*    ff anil nil the      it is    re*    ■ ■- :;'./*» I    } >    -■ t hav#    the    Mn rd    in in ist    * is in an * \11a*it'di    nai x ct mil ii.      word        • spit*    my    • rh* t    in flu    ■ne* s    This    cts ford'jeti minist#    * Kums<Vt fib-*      fax oi    a t*li    to p#a    se.                regilt.I    i' 'illy lor r«# civ in:          Go    ic* r    Ding th    * Ti    ports o    f th**    Hl*-    rein*#*-    *ntati\es an*! when bo got the      si b Ie    int# rv* ut ii    n cl    t he pi    (XX * I -    *t is    imp. I    a1 command lie ha-    lily •.'.mi 11 <■     raid that the I sri,* ha- i i f« r such a nu v*m* nt  <t aiTlved • epresei' tat ivon a ti *t i fi<  a that Mi  ioA'ii tnH^ht j    "*n    twelve    tliA'ui.    'lit*    A-so  <n]t.a:irtj-s Iii* pa# iflc t* '>d* tici*—. a1 *    ^ press was informed that ; *' til 1   ready developing in Kl--.a. XI the I minisiei - with the *'.*ption .i ti, kame tin'* th# v i# w ; j* vails that moi"- minist«‘rs of \x;it ami irutrin* • r ani tai ir.ft ,»n(o in Fume# »’r*at Brltaii niou-.lx favor the conclusion «*t ♦*:*%« uiid lie i niter] S.tat*.- stand f»>r peace trouhh’ is antlcipateAl in nt* tit • while 11.# interekts of 'I# rmany incline j 'he payment of an indemnity t nan Towards a prolongation Ail th* war. I cirrs who were no* willing to lent lh* mi#- bonxie! has publicly a-sot#*#! money for a < out nutation *d th* wa. that Rus-i»% <l* f* at at Mukilen Ie*! Ute ready to accommodate fTi-‘i;i I  lil  b# tt# r than Mr. Ko Kefellei t H'tTTtany »tuliark iii u# r ambitious  whi•• Baliti* r nation i.gair-s- . nil imusting f pat: I*    • -m a-  hat it of    * v i utif.  out with \d-w# r# needed. n lie cry for an ti •< late summoning of th# pcopb : * av xviii t.« fatal the pap*r tobls •*    Russia'',    nu* ng*n<* ami    til h# r  ability    are needed to    meet the    a*l-  a’ . mg crisis.”  * ' *    I Jato K -ay-    Th#* vvar    has  .v’ght    f he ?**sm)ti r hat    * rill* aion. gcaxd  .tv*    nmer.t    ami fr#• *i#*ni are    alway c   *• * ti.rmus a*v* v ig norcn# * misrule t d  1  * -potisia,”  rh#    Svi# r r»*tnarks:    We must    ;.< *  ■ ■* I *.n inch but ftght «»n if not on f?.# sea thin on iand \n ianorniniona I * .h « would redit*** R u-sin to a. s* i *vr*d  h ss ?.ovx * r ”  DEFENDS ROCKEFELLER.  Hr,. Hr. VI. Xrtliur, *»f N*\, X«,rk. A oiiio t.i Ttic Urfrn'l' .if ll.# s t i iiituril IMI XI ii £ ut# tr.  N* Vv York. .lur. I. 'rile re* * ut cr ’ f i - i '.ut i • I.. • efc;Ut grow .ng  ■ it  1  I his git* of s' - ii* • i|t to th* Amel’ huh I nard of commissioners tor f#•:  Attn tssions are de* lar**l in an xr-tHoi# by ’h* Kov. Dr. Roliert Stuart  1 2 Mi Arthur, na-tor *d th# Faivary Rat ® i ■ I * hull Ii of this i tty. publish#-#) iii ti* ^ Kxamit.# r. a Baptist publication, to b# Met-# a nip I ami p«*rhaps criminal .lid to Tax* maligned til*' emir* Hap  • rumination He “prof ('tiff  &  l.i-gQ  PAUL VV. ALLEN,  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.  Horses Boarded  l ».v Iky or Wefk.  Sat is filet on Guaranteed,    li^st    of    Service  Allen Livery Barn  South Townseod Ave,.    Phone    ;»4  +  4r  r\ I  The Touch That Tell* ;s the Touch That Sells  *  h *r Shoes for Women. The .es ^n«M*'s touch and the "hoe-iii a aer *• touch, touch your feet and t>ockethook lighter. They are specially strong in modern styler md travel in th  I*e^t fsociety  CHAPMAN  it  against tin-    condemnation    of    oui    !  churches by    flus* tow at illy    ami    un-•  J uh f attacks    «!#**lnt#\s that    ne >    «»iia  : Model Bakery."’’."  9    •    A    t    ■    ■    *    i-lc g!*>Ah\    to eat always ayu hand nt the ®   #     Model    Bakery.    Bread,    Cakes,    Pies.    Cookies,    S  t nudie-, htc. See him oiu>osit,e tho    !  • J. A. ISLINQER, Prop. PHONE 12,.    *  program# in Ma^iimio ; i.u t} ( , -urn* sent im* nt pr# vail# f.» ti tu.xx namely tli.il Ft ..ssin  1  defeat t. tf * sttaiis o* Kt in ii further h! pa fifth# tis Derma a  amb,' b.pp.  -umtlnl XX it Uh Nhop*tring.  Topeka, Kau. .Tun* I. ibnry Walker, a m gr#, xx h*> xxi*)- confined in the county jail awaiting trial fur his sanity, commit!#d suicide, ll* ujsed a lac# from one of his shoes, tying it so tightly about hbv neck ihdt he HiraugiedL  money is necde*l fot the p’trp# se <>f     4     ‘  Hnno * buy th#* approval »-f  concluding taace.    itaptisla by his millions, that Baptists  xvi aid advocate his * xpulsion *t«>ii< ti «  «< n.r.h.11. m...    •    .hnrch if it vv.-re proved that hp ha.i '  Marshall. Mo., -fin-,. I on lh. I st lh ; ai quired his mon, v dishonestly or bv I Millard herr HHH**    I at.., son. for-    ,„„ns morally or aorlall# dntructly.  mer e«li tor <U -  tile D* rn AK'rat \« xx *. si of * Sind probably fatale wounded F. D. Martin, ex-stalt* senator. i’aitii-on bred two shots One millet struck Martin in iii#* month, splitting, hh tongue and knocking out several t«# t ti the second bullet lodg**d in th** hat k part of th** neck, jAassxmg tienr th** jugular vein. Bad blood had *xist«id between the two nun for some time.  t»« axles that he has investigat#<l i # r-tain teisiness transactions whixh hav** b#en fieri cly denounced by Mr Rockefellers critics and has fxtunil theni in accordance with tho highest st© anis Alf rammer* tai morality Mr Raj ♦ feller, asserts, is worthy *>f «i tidence. admiration and affection, a*, appeals for fairness of jiiAlgmc it f» y him  The Ada National Bank,  IC* HOPE President.    j, 0  L. BAHRI,GER, V.ce Presrdent  ■RAAK JONES. CeshMr. ORVILLE SNEAD Assi C.sMer  Capital Suck,..........|5**.*W0.0t  Undivided Profits. * - -    -    .    *>o Qts) o#  Blank s^Furrished and Remittances Made to the Govern ment on Town  T x>ts.  ABA, CHICKASAW NATION, IND. TER.   

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