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Publication: Ada Evening News June 12, 1905

Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - June 12, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma ,    •    *:    %    ■    s HIK 'V» *!' r,: VV \\ rite ■ . I HUO, Cire and Xreidem -arunee    , . HARDIN & JONES —    ♦    >-.>i; iv** rn* ex# tda N. -•    1    >k VOLUME 2 THE EVENING NEWS. devoted to MAKING ADA ^LARGER and more progressive city .DA. INDIAN TERRITORY. MONDAY EVENING. JUNE 12. 1905. HEADACHE lf yon tire suffering with headache drink * Tonic, served at Barker & W ebb s soda FOUNTAIN. number 72 [Monday June 12th] I Bring?- hot weather bargains in ail depart- g 5 ments. a few of which are a> follow s    # Both Japan and Russia Have A<-cepted His Suggestions for a Meeting of Representatives. v • up • n cheek tfintfhft n> ■v' . sue lawn J*! \    Li,    dottiestit*. 4 -n<> Js v ‘    L' I lr V Y.tt'd *,<» S K t- t I'.-* «1 " V PEACE IS ALMOST SURE TO FOLIO* Lo.d,u    Hrrlin    ll**** W»”«IC but I'rtH** f«>r Hie % ii rn treble -pint auil I hr a MOK of «»>• ITd.ulPi't* « ,Mtlon to th** »trllitf**r.iitH 'lrr-..l* Sttn ulxlhif on lit* I «rn'. I N*xv ti !’i .. I Ay ii Ii «-M Summer Vests, AH -Vie es Hit Ii I .na    "t* *.*?’ • lace st flu* !”>sl*. ]5c children lace hose. " iOTt sleeve < in*'1 iOnkStn si-. v,trd> OI 10«* lawn and inuit*.♦•** IC yards pl I 'I S' in wn- anti diuiit * 05c !9C 09c 50c 75c 90c Embroidery at Prices to Sell. Out* Toupi'ii Molitor) .n-ertion woith •'11 * *■ • *    . -O C On* lot embr.dery insertion ..ort! u t>    “ ,    07 1*^ C ynffl. Remnants In Lawns. Dimities, Batistes. Gingham, srash Voiles. Percales. Prints. Madras and Vt hi to goods. Come Monda> we will pav von with bargains    '    A # _  - m COX-GREER | ■ Dry Goods C o rn p a n y. g Serreiarv of the Navy Accepts the Chairmanship of Board of Directors. UnWEiTS OF POLICY HOLDERS FIRST **%.«• *«-•* <**•« •*» Nectar*# I hi* »“ M‘* ei*«»« tor K*-«*rg*nl/atto*i. th# In!•!••• t* id Haltler* nf fulirl** Will be MI* IDrxl « vituperation Mr. «Ttrahad \c*ert« Trusteeship. ^ N*w York, J out* I 'Paul Movtou, who ret’»•*•«; from th** <*<*Tetarx-hip of the caw t is 1 ll' ! was Friday elect rd chan man «-f the Eq.iii.‘bit* I fe As turaitc -ttoe'-,. His election .narks xbc first and st important    — the reorganization ••?' hr society ami ms follow rd I*' hr truder ut !,m res-lunations of President James V\ Alexander. Vie* ** evident .lam**- H Hyde. gecoiut Vice ^resident J lj!'e Third Vice Pi evident Hedge >•    1 con. and Fourth Mer Prided! A’il* I liHUi H. Mel my re All of ihr negotiations att l**n‘tied ’» ll.*- meeting ai*1 subject to ’he p.casule 4if Chairman Monon, aid non* ha-yk \ benn accepted. J UM "hat a. lion Mr Morton "ill 'ako a- to these resignations was not disclosed. bul it wa> fdrongly iniimat**d Huh President Alexander and Vi.** President Tarbell. Wilson anti Mel my re jell red With th* belie! i aa t thru executive relations with the Equitable had enbu. The newly-eladed chairman of Wo-Icard of direct ors of il\r Equitable D I* A -sui an< »* society. Paul Morton ftaui Saturday that in his plans for the reorganisation of the society hr intends to consider first of all the interests of Hie policy-holders. “You can say for me. >aid Mr. Morion ’ that rny watchword in my conna tion "itll ihc Equitable l.ife Assurance facie ty. will be for tim be«t inter-ists of the |m>iit^y-holders I do not propose to reflect in any way on tin* former menaaement. I simply 'ake matters as I find them and shall Rive all win efforts lo carry on the society in the proper way. The interests of th* policy-holders are the greatest in tereH^ and it would seem to me ’ha’ no policy leaving this fact out of consideration can ameed Continuing Mr. Morton said:    I    ful ly appreciate the honor that has been done me by the directors or J he Equitable -n selecting me to a< I as their chati man. I can only say iha' I shalt do everything in my power to administer the affairs of the society in such a way aa to preserve the fullest eon ftifcMkc* of the-policy bower*.and pub-ftneratfy ” U«on< WeaUaHboMM awMmaceU Hat- a . at \ cpl t d 1 Ii* Un *    *, K.    .tat i*    * t*    1 K of!* t    eti : ! * ma- F kvxii    J list !< e Moi lid- J.    ti I    - th . *    t it \,    a-    . *reet!    to ;>t ' as 1 I "11 si * * Mr    Mi    u -1 * .    : :    » •    ' I    he    a.' t    rtt    ,    , , w .H    ! ' es iii# lit .iau;*v \Y v * - .■ 1 1 < • i ti Vc* Ft* * 1 if i ’.* Hyde \\ Iv,st, ; i i. • al* I n preside ni Alex untie' - «♦*,,. Mr Morton *aiti aft>er-v, art! sri t * ta* ta.!*/    .1 ic. eel int < f t.*    * x* • UIS' ♦    ‘ * ?• ti ! t* * I I til* Etpiifaldf *«h ie?> f«-t M • a1 aeetta'    ’> wa-    \«    -« «> »i a'    'Is    Motion - a ti fur    ion    so ■ «*f»»»*    I..*    |s> h> sn ti* Etpi talue    ,-tti*-' aid    I*    "oalti    hoi a!*'- it hot ix#)' 1a k« 1 | I it* " won 11 ii 11    »)te\f«    *f    !»*'    1    FT ti.: I A t ., ai \\ as I t y tot \lr. » I#»•!*•’ ti W ill Print e;on. N louise '• Kau rn* 1 Vol K J tm • ll. < lins definite Ut Kith h* Russian and I « - mu a ms .in *. a* * 1 ' iloos**' *dt*s ! ■ F" — t it*1 r- t hut -i m * of rcpresentati\ea%of ti • 1 a 1 >«.n **i v I- af vu11 *.i ti A|tlt It IN XV I ft I • It Af. i'okio, Jim * 11. Ii ac hie am to Pi -ii.ent th ti*, vt a’s su*-»*st 1 1 ur    eiujMtteii’    ’.a    s’!» *    '•    t IDss- ii * ti ', tent ii • - t its lutl 'po ulfl*'* un ler»*» London. I nu** Ii lh* * ■ • . s* 1 «*gt 1-    ma ii 11 * sled Iloov viI * I.ot» end* axin u •*    ’    * Japan anti Ku*>iu to at 1 1 e- *    '    v \Vhile Hi* Bi 11 sh <*x* 1 un * * .a* mu ain 1 ***»I in the nert.iut. • 1 is k v Dig the mo*'    1 os tim id*    1    ** t to wi * hid* id tit whose ixt ’n tis h t* ll)a11e 1 lo* '>*•■11 * cpl fu'lx tu» met • lip ,Nna' ’*    > orth tai *’» ' " '' 4i 1 ! i is I s i * it »    •.♦■iii    iou a til .11 I • 11 WL .• I. th. pies It IP hail.; t. ’ie matter anti an full.    n at t    iih w hat I tx .til.* Lit    e.. n’t* I    et \ i» \    ii w I, I. ll    th* '    "    * t \*• reoil The 1 ’ ed    *'••*    •> ) ,1 g • at tm it led in aux    "a-    1    a*    t,; I*,* i i \ roilR'w XX I»’t    ll '    ii t:» 11■ n int \ * ii 1’> *    1    '    us    ,    \* . tilllti not tin IU'*! *'    !    ,1    I. it . VOL ’< si art    direct to'yotiau    s    t’v.    en hr ’.* Pug* tits    I a flan .;    >    -    s’..I* I et t|vs*d in -l.o’ 'lit Ut ;.n 'lilt ions! un* f ully    assured    of ' he    oarnes’ue-- t.■ issiii anti .hat her proj.osats rn ti , sfw ic ash . . >ii I de 11 -I Her d< an*, u iii *nclu*l* att md.* mn amount nj wtinu ins been fi^etf •*> Hie Japanese io\ erntn* ut nod    **!1    hi* j 1 int • ‘ e pi * -id* '    ts nfttii,I*    * !    ! treatment it is comd* Japan * * ut it -•>.    **    as ant! i.t lh If couit alto that no man in .I,. »orWi uni.l •>' »'*'•    S«' a" »1> !M»I tor pa., a. Pm idMit U<««* His known \ i*"M. the detg* hrnent ”> tta I’niled States from the Kuropeai > \«t< rn and th* rood w ill J M*n feel* Mix.urn th* rutted Stater made the p.* siden the solitary statesman who timid take *u. h a step without eith* ,, s’d* districting him O’ ‘eeliflg an tiny * *1 bv hi* solicitude. Tile tomb lion here is ‘hat Rn*fbi is m>w leady fen P ate ar ti se* I - p< *« * ;*“'l that Ho I only lift* 1 em cs insurmountable by n* i gotiath n whi* h might ari^e be in rn* ! i limll*.ve government's in’ention- and : terms. Empor* r Nich* I an noxy w* br ! mac "OUM ma n dmdde t. r war itihould the Japanese attitude be nn- II nu. iliatory or even one of ioi.ir hesi ! tat ion and reserve, iho.icH it is utiuer-• r s. od hat Japan ai o ave th* pres. U.r,t seme a*sui a. «* s in lore he acted. •- KratlV* ivtrrehnru. June I J- lt v“' stated > « th* i.M* Hi office Faturd^y aft el noon ’hat Kusui is ready ipii.ii r represent at ive- 10 Mar in pan esc propel un being inform** ’ liat Japan is nr.minatmg i*p,# *■ fives !*>r the pm ) os* W H x*##t ie XX i»»htBgl««. Wa*Mc?IMI. b‘»te ll Prom an a** i ».oi i'atixr soar. , it in learned <atru p , 1 M1 it t as ),♦ 1 it jim*»lea Iv * * ^ mcd t t.nl ’ I ♦ idee 11 *>! cut iai ie* * ' Ii is ti md b iss it bu ‘he '*!* 1 mu a 1 ;<in «.f    i*t;t«*    urn s xx id h* ‘d a, - , 1.v in Wawl.mf-ton Remnant xSale at Ufa • - pointed owl leu’ of a* :n I he -land tig *d )M»tiere 1    -    rn* , .f 1 #»y 1 itory ♦ ii heron” x " ** > ' i hail 11.** os- • 1 * \ e no Ie* ' E ilia rn ( »•> n ion Hat h uraitTK lei) •hmI her* Hip indemnity un* 1 ha' while I he »ax mn ' x in ~h I . * * * Russia t moi i g * st •    - a- I he .0-1* .* i lit* )> > men! ot pi ! w>t gotten sea*nei •    i i 1 ni x    anti xx *• il« ;, j- nge I* Iran * ani.ion ne el * I e op n I a wacese x\ ii! demand F;>- ti* I” (,*«'*lan*t *ai«l Set .ii City iftai It*- Ila* ’*•* x*d not’.fica lion ti hi- m lex” .on iii orc of th* 'tor* trustees OI the Eq nil a id* UR Assurant* Ma-iety ^ ard ’has if tl.ougl I ” Mf dutx 10 j ac* *-pi ii * p. 'sit Din ti IK *> v« I, cml A ti* I# I#* »t • lit* n,.. Ohicaro June ; i M< ie 11sau • >* * giblet 's 'tm i*n s I *t * * s t, ! i * vt ed in th*- annual int* ; ichc i^rHt roe* t *in Marshall h*td Safurtiav > s ne\ the hic p), es t? in- Fu.x*. tx it t'hnapo The - t»i,t.* cp«*s» rued d‘ differ ein ] n \ -ti. * bs ai ti J * «d* u o- an Im ie in 1* tx at flinting to ab'”” $ 1 .• .f» m •*• <mil itiat    * iiv ’    I.• ’'    * -i • uw.'t ,.j th* . os • it ' I    *■ lupane-e    of ii.*    H nu ml hs figti’ 1 u.u It” ’s    onsid. ; i so a »«•* quai ’    * ’ <• '**    ’' “ ’    ,,t 1!' «.Miinate <•’ lh**    • \ 1 "*u<’    >>**    " Mu 1 thoughf .........  •    ’ *............... I Ive* 4.erin *ii ^ !*•" Re’ .ll)    Inn* ! I bf •    ot , . Ut    Rooseve.l - roes tw <”1    th*    .-Mb* ♦ ti of )**-;o ••    ■» th w.\. • it men!* of lint1 -ia and Japan - i*4gaide*l a it** x*> , !un    ofti.-e bet, a-    admit cb:**    n    -- and    pl”’* ny i    »o-iu- " ’    op*    ’    ox. 1 x I* 1 - of con* !»L” a lively    urb peace. 'Ii*    Russian • • •• t ’ **    • *:    in    t    ux    ’•■ the y^tion <d 'he )ir**sid t” c-*’ ' •’■• mn^^Sdp w ith th. foiun cat I * .* »v der. *5*#^ :‘t*ons !,M>' ’’h’ ' 11 p# i t-    Hie ouncil ”    jmiw*    ’ personal    int\uem**s in Kus-ia It*, an* disp«*.eii towards p.»t.f soul wa' in advance of the ptealdent'k 'ion It was !e-*o«ni/’d a1 th*- Rus.-ian rom NfitK Lal Editorial Arsenation Ad-jouTcs tc Meet at Indiana-j < Its Next Year. STATEHOOD RESOLUTIONS AFRE FCSSEl Ta.lor*. Ill.ltri I In* I tx- ■* *. * 14 ** I*"*! I itll 4 • * I err l«»r> •>1 «t •*    I*'****"1 »***» *• , ti *,t*|»r»|i»l4 H..IU I .4* 44,«i I t VHI-lf* 4. I** 41.4.1.ti 41 *    '*44    «*tt*.ll.» * I*-.» I r*>» 1 • I• ut f**i •    * • rn Gull ti*    *”»    . J uni    ll. Ai ‘bi    firm 1 ,i    it*-    ’ at * u I E«Vu*rhx    A ' 4,». .anoli lei*    Fib ny    • *** u’ioi -    x • r* 1 a,tsi. in ’ L. ir of in.na j 1    1    1 nm    ’ ti . * .    i ’ IT    lit nile lev lit III st * 4.1 i i:    n# go* ti    a” I • , •    1 t    i    a’ *‘i :    *    “C    - ; * ' ,    .    t    11* “A’* C • , . .    <m    - 1    • • I;    ♦ , 4 wi    • 1.    ’ ii    ii '1o'! fill- I    ,    ’1*    .O’    *    ’O’    ,vli' ; , ,    \    w ' * \.. t>    I    ’ I *    Hi    m x,    , 1    v    a' *••    t'jn    1 ••ii ami I .    .    nr*    in*    *    *    xx    t    ub .    , 4.    -<■*'*’•♦ 1.1 'in • * '    '    *' Remnants and short lengths of dress goods. laces, embroideries and ribbons at pricey that will make them v<> if sou need an inexpensive dress Now is the lime to (iet it For in order to clean up every rem* nant in the store we will sell you one much cheaper than you can buy it regularly Come in and look them over and get a bargain :    :    :    : Yours to Serv e. E.V.K0TSCH&C0. Cashou Delivery of Goods. ..... * r \ ! «>» ii : .. * • • - n nu im. **. t«• I * id pa w I :• alw , -iii I .    *    n CHII WOOI [| THI TAILOR FOR IIMO-C.,.. J j CLOTHING. HEXT TO POSTOFFICE.! V * I Kl*    * it**,..    « (I .til I.« ^t ’    * Mil SUWWER ILLs—THE vacation face. v, >,    «4 dc* mr I 111    1 i >1 is***1 r • »l**I a ,    •), . i IU. : I.ai ll cal fix poi:!.intl ,    • HI    .on #*11 Jfim a    x    J    “UC.    or. d« ,,    .    , 1;v    for an    < icl”    !    ■ ”t    b*.»    xx iih 1 I. I oui waits I ’ "    • ’    1    ’    *’! .ill    lh*    tCswwUi**!^ u., lo I,* IT vol I” l*nt*rx ai.ti d- 11.01 a , j    T 1-    , it. f en mis’!    ' - ’ **nd 1 . Mll-'    rh*    • nit”" (’v    l!' ta«T o' >*> mc t ic ii xx*!. timuicn*!**' f*»i * >nu    I,* h ax * ak*n    tax* I of na.Training iiarinoni** 1^ ?*!ations '*♦-him t, . caplin * is and * n»|d*>x cs i^H;iisi * oinhtn*!i“U-s    I’,ra,’> Ti.,    . ]** 1 let    of <    them's    r»*«llltcd ii' lh** f«,bowing    lob    ii    l»ym«ud.    of New- II* iii s piovi.ic 1 I lo! n I    lull1'ic. *’• furling.    Kau    first vie*    pres”!* 1” ll* n y R Vim * 1 of l^xinrtor N <’ . , s*.«>ral vu* presiilciit    I I., Nib,ai'    . C.Ulf.l ♦>    <‘k I hi I’d XI**’ president WAI bain ^    \vbbnwik. of    John I oxy i M 4 onerlamdiuk secretr.ry ire #•’**« ' *,) I, J    * 'eel. 1 nm.    < Lit la*'*'.    <bt \ lad..    -«iinu -err* ti” x i r* el*** I* d » 1    \ x    ‘* I.    of Ashland    1 ;*•• '»'* ;*' • t: I ne*. ian:ip*‘” • In*!., xx. - tins,, nai , iou HF th* n*»M I bo. of im # ut • ii 15* 1 *. T Pl 4 CKX en’ ' U ■" ’OHI OI t :,f1*-M»o*ir. Hill' lh* il#J*}i»!'' btl '    ”i* . jt ti* x, l int 'in 1 1 r p th*« it •'v«* .‘ninnies ex* ut’Cit lug i nit land.    through Tex *«* ai Oiifovnia. when hor! ‘••top** xx-”! i'* Ii Li Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Horse* Boarded by I toy or Week. Satisfaction Guaranteed.    Best ut Service. Allen Livery Barn South Townsend Ave. Phone $4. I* 4* rn cO OUR AIM R t * * st*11 \ ou -Uf a gv.'tl shoes at J low price that you will act a-our agent in inducing- your fricmls to t'oiiio her** a I -«». SHOES (V ti** that .n ist I*** -nylis'n. x*oru-fortatile. durable and priceii at « ti>_fure you know others clo not] meet■ We think our shoe stock xxii! demonstrate that we have inst that kind and no other. Chapman, The Shoe Man, • •cc T i fb POINT FOR KANSAS. I Model Bakery 0    K\ erx tiling iioud tu int a Ivy ax'* 01 t tic. ?*.t the •    .    Model B.akery. Bread, ("ake". Pies. t\xiki^g. J    t’nndie**. Kt**. See hint op|H»*ite the 1 J. A. I SLI NG ER, Prop. 4Z £ 4* v ^1^/4 K WHm MMK Mw Tmkm th* FmmUjf st*„,Ur.l IHI ^ »:#«...#•» » »•**« ‘ I » Ma.lr XI «>i'** ll»linll#. T« j *f a K:• r T*»i”    ]r)    'J1"' ‘ aw* ♦ I o,. m »te el Kl*.tows xs 1 he Sianda’ ’ 11* 1 * oni pa ny. lh**    vn»    r,v* I .*■ I” in H* Mil”em* court Saturday IX,, k the ii” ♦ ’ 1 vhnh the state <* si x mi <«* onvt Hic Siandnrfl from o-r i>i)v 1 lies* iii Hie Ml*!* *‘ iRhe vit.wul J Hat it is a trust •> chairs? «rc *f . ’« j*n#r:*l nature while the Standard I „*-Vfd that th* v be mad** no'n definite (br names ami da ten where the j Stanford "had const ireit '*♦* cixep. the aaawer of the state xx ax Hun the infos-i the Standaid *‘CFirex i*x H. p<4MM*c(u<m of tt»c defend* _ jl anti mr stat* d«*>    ^    • ta ad it forth la ddart. Tag *hu.o •mtrW    w^*U>.i. Tile Ada National Bank. ... —    .    n    4    nmili'r    ll    L    .    A    D    -    mt.    .    e    an* TOW HOPE Pres dent.    INO    I.    BARRINGER    Vice *>resiCen! F RANK JONES Cashier ORVILLE S*EAD Ass! Cashif Capital St*a k, -Unditided Brotit-. 0(*%‘JOO. IMI BUnk»iFtirnished and Remittanfc* Made to the Govern rzcnt on Town Lott. ADA, CHICKASAW NATION, INO. TER. ;

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Publication: Ada Evening News

Location: Ada, Oklahoma

Issue Date: June 12, 1905

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