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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - June 7, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 (.»■»' v i * I ':    v    I*    « 'n  ♦  \ i • V* i" •  e*T.ft.,io,  v - Hf.v:  # vv v *    »    I  I  \.  V iv. t*l  I HARDIN Sc JONES  J nth * K-oii • » it * • .#    -    cf    V,    .  VOLUME 2  • Good Bye  ■ Straw Hats!  THE EVENING JEWS.  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY  ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY. WEDNESDAY EVENING. JUNE 7 1905.  WILLIAM IS FOR PEACE. AMB  El RADACH E  If you are -uttering with | headache drink a Bn mn** lorn*-. served at  Barker & Webb s  SODA KOL'STAIN.  NUMBER 68  Help Yourself!  •t L    C    O'     r  o  v ’ •    • l: a •* *    **  ' \ > t r r.  . ut  f v ..  ot. ♦*r :t  -t ft'.v 'n Y> -  it's Straw Hats!  . I    t    -    i  a v *t aw at  Half Price.  if •* ! .nd it you don't ’ . * ’ . .i.It.L'i • .'• LSO you do not #»\ n# • - %» g?    a    * « * n  »erv lait i^oes. No <,< •    *    *e    -    ,    «    £”'**'ti  lk*k! v  ■ Hen    nt    at    \%    Milling t«>ii    I *#*( la rn  I c-el •nail I M|t*mr Mitt Kee» <>»p«i«ril I*. t*re»ei>I Wnr I    mn    Hrrmnlnc.  Most Disastrous    Storm    in Ma et \     v *    bing ton.    if*    7    PvtHMiin ie*  Years Passed Over Southern '    ' ’” "  1     •••»’<•*'    .t-  VV  t i i    ,n Hie tai    • a -    I I    he *\  v M>t !*i I * i  Portion    ot    Staff.    j    pt#>-K  !v  < alb#    1 *«S    rn    SH> that ’mn, I  Ii* Im rn;!,I)}} "I hi vs.ll till* «' ll’ I • I < i     1     l**:i    .»ii x n >;ij>    for •*;*.*    i I •> how  A    SERIOUS    FLOOD    AT    FOND DU    iAC.    •    s«l    ha*    I i ' f a I!,«    i: In III ;ulv    Iii; i    ll.   __ *1 t»l ti:* biilig* •enti-*. hi Hi ving 'bnf  DI    • I ♦    ot 'Ii*    *>rhi*r of lit*    rn - I <    «!  Nineteen    I hiiroui; ti Cure* hi r    <    r<    >\ . i n    T,' Til*    <. Wish    • 1  * U ■■,.'*•    * ; . .    •. s  lVnter.    *    Ile,.Iii **( » rn in '..en    n*. I    ,    fl,. r     ,    n    *    ■    .    (    I  t” ten I    eel    It rn ken III* in I    'ai-**-** >«    I 'n i    .    .    .  w«...    , it v *    . . .'. i I.* « I- I * rot I i >vs  Hie* f.t%e Mio! VI *>»e D<hiii*c* >  *<* ' m: lf I e>» t e«l  Detroit, \lit Ii,, .11 & ii # ~ .    I -     ..    * t. t.    r#  I  1  ’I  1  s Till - us Im iii iii*    .    *  Hi**    >\ I tnt    anti    i itll    *m*iu    \\ Ii ti    vvj*>  £’< lu'ta os *-i     1  a*    low **i    ;*r 1     . •  chi' Moutfitv afternoon .iud Oil-lr wa.* the    nit» v t    >* , v#ui' in    tuat v    vt .ii-.    st  udlli I itll! t)    Ii *    11 ’ - “    »    I if. j - * ll  in Sanii.tt ant] hi-t-ohi «•    si    it*'    r,«\  plop* ’v t*.“- is I .tort ‘ii    n    a    i*i  lions St! .-sins    at*- '    ■•    ■;* (!    : mi  •'I    ' 4. * i I I’M ll I- r I    I) ti III    VV    I - -    Si    '    !  Mn OO I LO® ,|    - * I    V i t v r-' *    !}    *    , ,  i Remnant 5ale at I  r>0/?rGggMJ//Ofs*'ri0m/ML  * . r I  J. Is  It* ** tt W atilt, lo Ki.oi*  L\ . -1.»I j. ft ? lr 7    |    ,    K*    -J    ai  • Ii.I . * ► s     1  a • *•    I ,, ii .    . til,    \ t .f I <  * tat ('• rut:: n.f I.* i • m i ions a r  I    tot    ess    !    t    -    J    #    «    I    g    *    I    *    I    ,    V    .  • an wa    * ii.i -    at Manila.    rn s.  Ti it v ut St a!» Loo IT, is  1  ;,s t»j ,    *  * for in ii    tr Hi#    «in bn®?, v .*!    rh#    •„ * * , ■,  I }-.'ti i. t    f I * *    tot rut tii t s    vaiiko >;. :  ♦ FMV    IO (tv \\ l ichi    *i<;    A • i;* > ’ st'  Trs. if  Remnants and short lengths of dress j^oods, laces, embroideries and ribbons at prices that will make them iro :    :  I COX-GREER  Dry Goods Company.  avell Phil tv vt as hon w ■ *    •;!#»!*  ,    .    M«.«»li0l»t    s hr* (i Mf on Keje* test.   1  ut'KQftv t>u ;h#* I‘erf* Mar.iueile    ,    ...    „  ,    .    st    IV*t«*i    siting    funf    7 —Fhj|v# ro-  Nirhola^ art ivrrtu:^ to    eitort    i,*.    it.  t nmet i the ’ »su na tit of Interior Mi  ft*t Itouil^'l) f.H \ im    ti    ac*  fit t M Ii,") ic in i* ll* hi* f - * i it* Hint 'itll I    solver onf(ir< i    >n • ♦ it  Trepoff as !*.*■>>fI    ti    i >fer    t>t    th*  I.if r *>r his ; t - it.ii    .    .-t.s, .    , Jv    , .  rn ut  mmrn:  I*L ! ♦  JU it  I ti.     Gov.    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I streets four fe.-t .1*'** .    ff.*o    iiiu    i.    . r v  I bons    A    hoot    OO h • * ii t “v    vve:*  I I«MI Ii < *-    i    hv    w .ll* I    \    ii    in    .    t ?    >    , J  Ifa. r  11 ’    : 11    c    i > I a i is    a •    *    111 p* .    - *  t lo- e It    *    t he da v    ; >i*    |    **,    ,    . ,  •.ne wo and th'*.* ;**• t    r    w.  Ii** storm Jana-    t w>sf*rr.    t  I LUP -v -    :oa:*    Ll    a    *    ■ *    r    »    ,    -    ■  I in **i (ti Lap!.is . *.    in.’*    * -'mu    t  •vt    •    \ : I ■ •    a i- I .. I ■*.  I «*itil <tn l<« I n.irr VV Ale.  I h * till    0    Intl \\ , v.     !     7    ‘’lit  ; (Ll La.    is oat Mine vv    h    iii*.*    !%*•.,•  iii a    h ‘tn! v anti    v\    h *    •    ,i"    *    jf i   1  iv* - -    O'* • ii* a.l ami    •* •    r    i    ti •  " In* * * 'iv n,:*v he >•-    \     4t r.    ;. t,  Hh*'- her TM h*».j■ s J    ,    ,  j rive- an I ho h :    .... -    .-    -    ...  I hi alp h*M and ' a~ t■    o- • *  I i  • UL for ii  5f you need an inexpensive dress  Now is the Lime to (let  For in order to clean up every rem* nant in the store we will sell you one much cheaper than you can bu\ it regularly :    :    •  it  \  \  * »jr. r sr.il l.reeee t*» tie I itra«i t«.  I* Mi* Isl • !Tip 7.    Ii:*;l#-    .    I*  • t • EXI }th I* !    «    IL    ll    ISS    I    ti*    •    I*  ii v ELV.    .hit:    n    >    u*    a-    *    » f •  ti i* *i S «' •    *    J.    * ii I i .ay I,  ; * I.    eici.    !    *.    ♦    ;    »    11' 11    ;    t i i •_    i  I    ‘VI; ad    I IOU I!    . ;    -    I    It. 1 .  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Come in and look them over  and Tret a bargain :    :    :    ;  IVV  I.  ill  roil  U.ii  UL  it  St I VT I ' ■    £    iii* 7    lh * .lei a-is  I f "h* f'JH't I    ti.a*-    *    -    '>..!!    i    tie S» .I  of .’aval    \ *    th u    -    driftiDK i    is til  lliro..f'    ti**    ’>>:*■ £ ;.    ■ *    a I!'    * V * Ii  tin (’nos ton of pent#- anti iv a a: ♦ . n.i s: ’£ nor*-n < * t en.plat tm ».f * *  Ha ti k* bsi*: J*,    i. £ i    *■:    s    nu.    t • 11 a*-  a I I'll tv * *    - .    •.»    •    * , e I a    loll    i ’    1*1  (•♦J t'l'cff ' i I. e * 1  '*■ * til a ks ;sl a ii I iwiH’.M* f rn .: ■* t*r ni;f h'm  V I r t W I *    I 'ah ’ VV Lh    !. e «|.t; k v Sci  "f a j : ic J    of . a    «; ii    «t nil e|*f*ssi. -i  Y♦ t Mn A sso* ia 1  e.i    p*    * - v vv. s u Io• n.* *.  on I £ r    a il lu v    f    n-‘d.i\    ■ Ila •    it*  jH-tt s ,.pp<    nft?i*• t    on    *  ; v ha t ll.*  storv and 'hat ’here > a brighter sui**  to I bf J- ••:* As itll i ar a I **<1 n ties*-  «)is:|*a:* I if'*- Mo; u.tv ii u h' it " ll et rn#* t  In ti.* ‘t.ap* of an r. peiial mat ff*s!c .  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(Iv ti * #mj :•* ‘    :    • I cav OI OU lh; ifs.  »!«*' 'be fest IV ,1    <*f    ti;#- A o elision ahu  *; f-*  ^    * fun#»-<Sui *'    ’♦‘a;: ^    ’ Im*    topular  doTnar.u ft■ I a pa alii* ; 'an nguni n\  . r * ii * i i sr a * ; slat ive assembly c<*nsisi-4l£ f two ho    i    j    ,    .>w* i * tins*  w    is t;Li)*(,    >h*    (.osurlarst v enna'a  lh .tun mt’i I .!    *r.* irut    an*!    thi up  I* - hi is* <losudarsj vennaia M>vot ot I f.* present < oiuu i i * if    ’he    * n pile.  f.; n* ’hi IJ > !** !    Lo ne v. iii .    u jo\ Un  pi i j    i, ** rh n< >    and    uow*- tire h>wet  ho..bi v> hI also have egislaiiv*. funi tioi.s and In Tin.i n interpellate ministers the j an also involving the r*  Si OLS 11 i 151 V    of no ti I    lei    I )el;» vs jj lh#.  ©Jal    ••an* ■    * I    th.    u a* hiiierv of * e.   1  ' I    -1 e* I    •    I fly t he I Tup I ’  Et*' ■ i f ; la i vv ( st, I Hid* j- whit ti lata, .'iii - :    ai:*  1  -1«> per I y ow ip-us iii  fbi - aud h* ifs im hiding pea • an* ^ » i M i opt e ii*?, he tin a pi op* -  * v I as; - I l.<    *• I u pel tit ! * ta I Ii * i * 111 -P* f  *e in. 1 1a I et ’ . <*gi»lat ive it .-etn-hlv Ah th -he light t.j veto ami power f i sot VO H> «-1 s .lie* aud OI der ! lie til VV • < < t iou-'  « assi nihil V he pl * ab d o\ t r  ! \ a ni€mb» r of he emperor's choosing Members tit she assembly will fi elected fin Hi rec years Ministers an * biffs of bureaus will I*** members i a c fi t io of tnt legislative assembly.  Should Tin* aim'*- information prove att urate av iHm*- is * vet v reason to Ll iii v# it is th* ut* du lion of t fie Iii*  ♦ ta.*- at ihe opening of the war that th e-frip# lur of Japan would cive a eon-sfitut.on    Russia    appeals    afiout    to  lf realized But it tin* iron fiand of I"doff is in j,*. glovetl in velvet it is  eitreinely unfortunate that the Rus-eiiifj emperor did not couple Trepoffs appoint or. en t win, the issuing of I he manifesto us tin announcement of tin* appointment    of th#    former    wit ti    no  Ittilliati ve tiJis croated Hornet hi ok like piiblii consternation. The press WW ms dazed Most of lh#* papers are ■iMktrtc to understand fully    what    it  and    refrain    altogether from  £  i »*« * I ;* At, * t i »  ' • * ,  ’MV ' t j • VII  'IVC    It    .III  ‘ '    v • I    .    4 , •!    *    I .  ' * ’    -    *    I :t    *  at:*    •'--ll:    iv    ,[    .V,;,  ! I  ! 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