Tuesday, June 13, 1905

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - June 13, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma W W i >; ii Hi'! O, r * re HIU; ■ durance \ CCK; * I 1 - \ HARDIN & JONES F" i 1 it* us- 1 • VOLUME THE EVENING NEWS. DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A A AIGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY ADA. INDIAN TERRITORY. TUESDAY EVENING. JUNE 13. 1905 HEADACHE If you lire tiering with headache drink •» Bromo Tonic, served a* Barker & Webb s ><)D.\ KOI NTAlN. NUMBER 73 Negligee Shirts Negligee shirts bonn take the center of the sta. c Our new sprints beauties j.et hearty applause. No tragedy in after wear, but it s a pro leni to choose from such a prolusion oi elegance. Here are ne^Lee shirts in manx new designs anil effects. I refix h Percales, © Madras novelties, etc., in Ok celebrated Monarch" duett Peabody make, re filar price 51.Oh, 51.25 and SI.50 grades, the rest oi this week will be grouped in two lots. SI.25 and SI.Oh graces, choice, /'L* SI .50 “duett -baris    St.lo. Remember the rest of this week only. begin I ning Wednesday morning 5hirt Yourself Now You ll he all ready when the weather 111,111 savs OO degrees or more River Ei^ht Miles Wide Between Pennsylvania Railroad’s New Train Hannibal,‘Mo., and Keo-    Between    New York and Chicago j a    Makes    Remarkable Record. Remnant Sale at MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN CROP LOSSES RUE OF 127.3 MILES AN HOUR SHOWN 'ZprcooDS.smsscuirmz Klili Itultmn Laud* Slung til*     1,1 undntril Hint Grim in»r I roc* V'rrHl I iv*- I *<-» m«**N Milr«of K«ilro»*l I ia< W    \«i*>    WM*-Ii l -v*-.t«>«k I >i in* im .1. I .»< Ii lr.tin \ rrivrtl ut I lr, 11 iii, I mn Rl»**i**l i.f I intr    Hot KOI on Tender (aii«rtl it I HNH of *311 .ll in ii I**h Ulnl* ( rtiHwlng Olilt* ll hid) Un* More I Into 'I* !*. I i> Ilefor** A Iii* ico %%»*« Kea«he*l. Ut I M ! »- Louis ,1mi tars in oiM s |» lo* 11 Iv ll* IVN I ■ im ill ’ ** I cl iivts, in?; a win «*1 r nik*s • >l I me' I ridg* s of jlu Ko* k I- Umi I in.- I'M' a ml < b« * iii«I > **u> i E.f \ ;i 111 ■ \ r* 'iii- nu Ii fin lex i es, lh* I rani if • fl< u u x>t hu;.< of men :i;iiii'-1 th*’ • u« rv» i* I* mu ii the rapid i se ft th*    is at    K« > ]ianuihal Quin* \ mid f : !l * ' X!! r b 1- • : Way i.e. Intl.. • Iud e Lf. -A i* I• I •t ifix» cl -'n i bl - i ail xx ax • peed rec** I,* xx * I k*>n Monday morn in a i »x tile pear th- SWU p- j ma ••*.. t;i ii in Ills’ I un he! x and «■■*.»»>• ;;;; i.c t«» Kot t Wax IU •. T hr* e r ib ti in.I l»'tr 11,1,' 1,1 ■_’x 1 - • <•» (MD Js. u . i . p* • I rat* ( I re - cl .ilk IM*' j COX-GREER J Dry Goods Company. I*' ii\*r towns arui t h»• iv av iii ill (| i    •    * weather bureau ihat a furll***i I *« Inevitable, are ihe features of "P* [i '-’ IHe? rains i et * i vi ii Un 111* Ic - 'Vspal" here reg ai ding, conditions in the loud t* ri Itf • >. Th*’ Wabash is (be oui' in* i.f Keokuk ilia!    n    nurd dam.?-*    lh'' food which rau* *1 th** WMeis .'I the Miss ->i|*?»I • ii lit and    bult    u* i iii s i v ) iou 15 swept av av ’in** nil*— f iii* Hurliiiutfi irad the lf k I Hand brill P'S    ai*’    -•    I    * I*    >ii *u« as    ta* 'v* vt as Kl*!* i la Alarm rn r* I un’ ti* in Mal K Meins    -oh    I nim i    *    '    t-cr,     u!u ' mrule :*    h ii    >    ■ *■    I.in a .»    v**«‘ <»n , x * ' \o ii tin> ad' se* pine It lionii it in •.jig *la>    and weak plat "f\ ••m il ’n I *‘i ! I * UU a’ i* i loin * mib s i»*u horn . w s m tx of Libia t din . SI *il* ti |» ‘iii 'I ***** Ii • mo. 1    1 ::    t Mi i \ xx V.uk. I * I ’ I.’' lituii    th * ! *i * ♦• * 11 a it' in I ii* ox ii in J I I V ! da j iii* Hi th I I’hum - - ; of ti ll* ,J \ Y WU" thro uh ti**' b x dr* i 1 Is cf im p a. • xx rf-1 ' tit * * * ! ii jt hen ;u I Li— * it J ai b humnhi- hie** niinui* • • * * •« 11 * it ! I in* . I ii "i a this    f*;;    « struct• i;i*i* ii • *.is sn    'n*    way * t    ta xx * •    i .♦•«•* 1 ai \.    A f i* i    bn burg    tie    nr *    r *»! 11    * i ' * e *u a* a bn ii had . * tin nu <u lh* ’ ii ti duo *',»'< hr * * I a hoi b O ii. lh s * ,i-i ,»{ Mina Ii* bi. I • mini* * r stopped his is.ti minutes vs * ro * od i ho f roil 1 1 I*** if. Ii* emit rn train limped I regular • n- in when the “My u va- J*, mil I . rf Win im I lost n intl * * oui*' av* was ala* I. IO (A • si,iii* r VU 'in Russia’s Official Reply to President Roosevelt's Note Transmitted to Washington. HINTS AT AN ALLIANCE WITH JAPAN Nut*.* ' 'nu* v »*i •»«* I *)*plrnl I Mttoftwl l*e pf** alf* * ip ti ti* I* I *** Ke*»r«lluc I e**'e I iii*—* ti*** .Ihi» •ii**.*' H»i »if iii** m in Asiatic K* n til *** * I nrn|i»i**i rower >1 "me toe** %*>rr»a«l- Yx ashing mn. Jmu**    Xssiiraiit* i- c gl\ *!: lien by I;**- hi Chest • db* in is Aha • there is no hi tell ii tis* pea *• negotiation* ami ihat :* !••>:'•' ! ' ’hat effea .1*’* entirely without tem it tun. A tor;:, rabies ram was r* * .x*d Mr. XU yer. * I.* V ii • ’ > a nan a* Si Pettus . • - .tie Sau;. *l.i% .uh which    a.s in i * •    ■ • •    »*tl at    that    ’ me. ll aas    ^ n* i*a ’ i \ -    > I •*-♦•<! '•»    un v ♦ •    he* u the Itu-s an : < '.n    The    u nit lits of th i.«    ii- • pain ii    a n e moi    J* i    ’***■* ! max 1 *    i- ibii*- bm    ’    s belie'**i    ihat Mr. M y*u in his ■’ s; pm h in<ii« at* u tile respoi — f<• r. < ii !<* * xp« Ie*! lh* ftnssiHU ails\\ *u- xv i id ll ‘ xvii* n fonmaLy * ommni.b lied. rem pal IIH St. P»t* i -1 ii i lune Lh I.mu as <ifh* i a I re] \    r.« xx * -r i ! s way to IVas ii i r pion ! '< i r*' i n Min. st* r Lait •• *'• ult ran k rniii <1 it    Xnil is-a.b” Meyer ami later th* ambassador bin! an .mer'i* \s unh iii* 1 *ii*uun minister at iii" I";' ’un ofth *• All iii*' an* nuts "> * reato . n irai’U's, .'ion ihat I here is iii*’ slignu.i iiitfi. in th** preliminary m*j:«'tuitions ar*- ab-Point*' \ v t bout Mi* shadow of adds ilia 5 it ha I Mu I    '< ll* ■'"• * i ii e    hid i bul war I    'if    Pill rope * I< iNX pel I    * ll** 1 i * t * * 1 i t i s • a 11 ‘    at    *n' tor    n    »* on the    iii*    a that    Kus- is I ait* *1 ’rom th*- xx*s f ;i»'*t    .< ll"" r.u rn* \otabie    i    xxs must »r*au    *    .i v v.aril    t*»    eat ti I** r ’'at ural >»    '    * and warm \\.it*r    refers 1 t * lh*    "I lur < "im M-ti on    bet ii>    hi dank "\*‘f lh* tnt * s i.f Tm ke-ran at d *rn-\sja and ***H«bdes    *f    I    lpm    •.*( only reroll*I *• ttiat K t v -ia    tn ,K    ’ **- main    an    A* tau* pow* I .u    xv-    ;u I.-’ from i sell i duranle and petr> . r- in p* a* :■» -.til* I I POSSibl* Ti. e I f!»u in* us    br * a I h •    •. a * .     1 o!    ■ • lief .i\ i r i Ii*’ iiniK'ui * * nu ut    ’•’>    i’ 1 ' f I.»/ * I f * *    ihat NI.    l*»'l*edon< st sef.    n.* « u rat of -ae ii*’rn I * t he    holy    nod    I ms *■ ilffiHer. I > I • i i * \ • i * < I    hi- J ,    •; I i I ti. abr* ad    ar*!    try a    * our. * *>! i’ * Un    .ult t ..viui    « niiffr* xx nu in ** <* I < rn IH. Wa.sliirirton .1 un-    Ll    ('"Ullt    Ca * 1. • Ii .in ani bas •a* 1 1 liour < • *ii I * ’ "I • *’ xx ii I ti Monday At *on*lu ('as- ini r* Iun.***l at < ie* I a.s-\ . th * Iiiiii i' i" lo■ U--\ is it uii* ti Iv 1 of .., ^ „ 1 * i/« 1 sh lf' th* I* ' c* ast .-I NX .■;* I ' UU lib: -*u \ **r I •< V'f- J XX I-ll rn . h. i' t .* • f ' 5 i f > 'ut > I «cm lit i IIIN (Mi t! ’' app* •r Mi hi * a ha bk is** ID IX b. • lo * k ‘ *. I v T lax prox • ' I * 'I l l . f 'I . 1 ..’in .IU* JI IX in t : ’**; *>n ■ L *.p - an .1 ? . rf v. !'» in * I s t f ■ »xx lam - ar*- fl * it 11 >- their I i x * -• - ibl#* I it k ' rn tx mu*** xx S t ’ err I I* *• » im lM Mi I I .4 ll It Utt* I. i in ai ibai Mn JI IU* I ' Th# . ti 00*1 in f * . M • 5-si SSI ppi ii x *1 I Ut - spi • ail • »x .-r all til \ IMI kl t if * ai IX’ ’ati 1*1 .1 rn! is lr ll! fix i 4 * «* J I f|>i It s xx ic c he* (XX * * i heil a , ( i K * G * (• XX I \ **;» r Al* \ amli ia . Mc a * MHM* ; ;cm • I if t]»*\ Snia ".XX I I M i xx a- *'i cw nc*i a ml X CD oh . ’• PN*I> «»n - a»* . cor cd miss int’ Lien' mir b* ‘ Ct , . s cs all nils of Ii ie -to* k ii r flea tim p »-t IL IIH > bal and from \ \, ID' 11 HI t\ noon NI ♦ iii ! t*llls \Y*-t ti tin < x . rn! Kl cl ll re | OHS lax* b* .ut r* .-*’ vert cf th If. r a! Ins*? of -Ic. k. lh* fb* *<! ame -11 -ud- bl!; X ’hat 11; .' f .4 ' II * ’ - IU lh* I o xx !. imis I.ml HO tin: • I ti * bt I. * * IU lh rn -ax »• I t.*it t a in hies ; IX I ’ X « ’*•( i XX .1 s b f *o 11 mi nut i mill TI ll *•< iaf* . IU I b's ,i xx; an ax*': WI • ii til* I initial run I I ■I * x Ixanta • I I ..... I I a*» iii, ar- I I .!*>.; Mon- ; I • I f | • ■ 11 ^ J I I i * art oui | I a* 1 lex ♦ i ■ m running | I IX ing I’ittj - J mu A t lanlh 1 I I '•ii attached f I I * * . -tline. x about j I I *hi«i. The 11 ilk - i V % * I I I I IU ..... | . , ic”- t*> ! I •'n,abv a I ami th*' I ll- ie flu I x .sit iii ; am! i I The run to I \ w as made rn ut tis i lo I fain put J* *! I' ’I • ct I S. f if : ; I * *4 f I M bv ; D. : H't t 1 mail.fame* * I I l^cMiiiiants and short lengths of dress goods, laces, embroideries and ribbons at prices that will make them go lf\<»u need an inexpensive dress Now is the lime to bet | : or iii order to clean up every remnant in the store we will sell you one much cheaper than you can buy it regularly :    :    :    : Come iii and look them ov er and get a bargain :    :    :    : it Yours to Serxe. E.V.KOTSCH&CO Cash on Delivery of Goods. i 11* ut I (I tit* ll* VV '.rn- * Sp*'*    * i ■ n... th* st Ultl of • had ar v \l*uida\ *’t til,- ’ ■ anta ; .« I,\ P*u sh Ti < rix♦ r ( 'it ' b* i iit** i»f t Iir* •• arrux of rn* n u n ut c ti* i- r ut i • . f j11 ! *; in houi ii I ar . I Air k ’ * I t ll*’ lO'x «u int d a 'lait pr» si*l* ut »n ('<> int . his * nisi nix xv;r f> md itii-u. I'<*r* do rf! ha« t'«>rmali\ th" ’ontinrnt.1 ik>' <t i«I ♦ -1 * i p* a en i bi i * ■> is pt'-ssihb* to a ut* ju Millet**! Lam-n*i’if** i several of **rs that a mort inc 111 se.’ whether it • to terms of puio*' i ai*-tired. No" ’ hat Russia has i*e-ceive*! tot in a I not heat ion t hat .la flan ha sent .’.ti oflbicti urn! la'tuabU reply I JU --idol:t Roosevelt u itur v, an <*1 fit ial it p!\ xx . ii*’ forwarded and th** Asst* .at**»l pr**«.^ !*■• i- ii is in a p*» v i tion to -tat** iio-iti.eH that til ■ r^ply* will fully repond to the jiresident -mersa^e. There does not *’*‘m to !»*■ the lightest xx un ant forth" prntndons idea tiia’ some rom-p' ndents at** p it-tine ou* taal Ku> ta is only desirous fit as* **? tainin?, ii*’ lap 1 Ties** eotiditiot ,v * md at fie sum*' time v u in a lei t. r p ui -I ion t«>i h«u my ii xlaiirl'uria. M Witte pres blent of Hi*’ « tnimit -t* of minuter*- is lea in- Bt. I**-*Ie*i- rh i - l-ut'g for abroad in i\\ju xx very :i^nifi* ant unuoum * ie* ut is <oupl*d xxiiii iii* statement .at ii** is going on mil,Ii* lm-iii'-sw His visit was instantly *>■ so* Sated wit bt he peace negot sal ions Mid it s ’ms iii!*’ tluif Km per or Ni<holae har lee pled if a r*as cable by’ is tor neeotiaiions is ot-f* red by Japan to make use of the sci x ie*s the aids* t and strong* st personality In the empire. It br inf Monday th* paper* print, ealf.. UtkUtfua but the Novo# Viewy a ■MWN    t* 1    11 iAMwat'kaWe ttktot- 11i** * *b I* • t Ot his X isit “uai the . *>n I*!* id*' r* tit «1 lo lh* 1 !'**p • of iii*’ Russian a*'M'riitn‘*nt to I:*- proposition :,a*b by President itoose” * lf hist I'r!** 'ax is know ii t",it \\l *uh* r Kount fas mu i p* es* n I * ■*!     ! *i iii | ii* > ii »• ii! formally the r* • i om *• * i Lu-- a < * ibl HO! h*> . -* ♦*!•!It « ail lie »i* ? howexet. ihat 11    ’ ‘‘pf> "I 'be ii usian I i uo **i 11 tnt ut already bai h**n re* *oi vet! , I,.. - } ♦. ut« sidont i" for* ■ i- interx i« xx 'x i ii I 'omit < 'a Min latter ii l>t‘<ame • u**\\n ittbiaUx that \mbassudoi Kafsini < ailed to ou 1 ^ lh** Riu'-uan -ox 'in aunt A * unsent ' » Pr«*s ident s p’ **p«" tt ion ami f«* ~ ! ‘ ’ that Russia would appoint pl• ■ nipot• n i iiaries to meet tin- ,>!eiiip ! »t« ntiari* s oi I a pan '<> <i * us > til*’ c,u -u iou of p- >« c Tile plate ot in *’et if. p at pr*s-*n:    j- !«* im; flis<MM«d. I ii*1 Ii*UM DIM,, I *« l«*ri Iturnnl. Kokomo, Iud.. Jon** I •    '' be b n! im piss- flu Un \ xx Ii irl is tin I oral pi int cl i|« Nhojor.al Kl Ut Ala— (onipatiy xv;*- .b’str»»yetl by flu * •*11y Monday with a loss of    The plant xviii i» I. built at once. It was b'dlexed that on*- oi more Iiv*s Ami lieen l**st I ut :ii<> mis>inu hav** n* en a .otinud foi. No oil xx as Itll i t. port i* in of ll an in i ai u x . a w • > - a' •* ! a oi i y ll* raiii old \ i''tis a ii*! factory list ri*t a’* mnidateil VI avail-ii 1 r i'oats ai* u aulu; tipis up intl ('own the liver res*utP u persons who tK t ;*jtid 'n pi iii:    ;»’ ii * lh* V Itll' U* Manx of ’h* -ma vt. - liax* I...»* •' n but lh*' Sny bx*, xx hi* Ii • vtnmls a one th - ast side * t b<- rive*’ for Th miles * I i 11 holds, altl »n * *• Ii sane "I men luixe v * * tx ('onstanl x *mp!ox«d repaiuni Al mites’    'llu "to 'it.    i    - air* .nix snflei *•*! it is .-m; ’ * I. -xiii run ufo sox *a a1 in til ion*- liiier liilllnc »( K*-.>knk. I.* K*-< Auk la lune I    ^ti    r r«-a* bini: I the I s foot mal k iii*- Mi 'ssippi Fixer lur*- is now fall Im.' as ■ also Mi*- IV® Moines i i\ * i Otl.**r lexn ., on th*’ Wliss 'uri and Ulim is bor.--, ar*- n«»xv out ut datM' i THb BOWtN-LUOMIS CABL. Neeietnrv I *fl l>lni, t«> I ,*»*lli»»*»i»J " f I Iv fir lino* ti It t* t*» riling I lie ( Iiiim:*'* X ii % oi- ( XI i I Ullin i» Wa iii i ai oi.. J me I J Mel *»i •’ ba' in- .Monday lot \\ • I l‘»>ini S* *i*uary Taft * ondui t.«‘*i a not her h* ariu in 1 'u' Howell Lotimis inquiry. Clyde Rroxvn, ir*‘asurer <»i lite \ni’uu«-:in Vspbalt ( '*> xx as heard i* un .him the * Ii*'* k xxiii* ii xx as aiu ic Inn e I * * ii exchange*! be txxien Mr Loomis ami lh* asphalt toinpauy The t*-si imonx of Mi BroW’Ii xx as • ' n ti 1111; * i < • t > oi lh*' .un* utiou of Mr Lo,unis to lh*’ ♦ ti*-* I that lh'* trail . s;i ct iou xx,is a mat tai ot ordinary exchange for tit*' sal.*- ot conv ell felloe. Mr. Brown produced iii** lambs of the company showing the receipt «»t Mr Loomis' * h ck for $r».dun ••»* ! tin pay ment to him "I a * heck for th** same , amount calling tor American money. Ira Atkinson*an ofli* in! of the ; u phali ctimpan.x. a1 >* i*siiti**l. ll" xvas one of i hose ut* ut mu* *1 bx Hurry I n-' xx inc as probable -our***-. I* . ijif'Ttna- |.**i| I ii I-OI .tv ll**. I Kllirr. I on S* *it t. Kau lim*’ I J. W ut. Myers. -**n ol Kell* email Nick Myers! of this city. - hot    ami instantly    killed his wit*' on the    street here Sunday,    j lie used tile revolver belonging to bis lather. \y ho xx a;^    asleep. I i\e    shots    j    lion    regarding    tt rumor said •»* hav* were fired, three    taking effect.    Jeai-    been    heard    u* lh* ousy, it is alleged, was tile cause. Af ter lh** shooting the voting man went lo bis father s bouse, gave himself up. anti hie father look bim to >ail aint tVNMMl Mn* aim Mr IIM rtwH. eft*” t that a certain check passing through th* office*! was intended for Mr. Looiiiiv Mi Atkinson rtenie*! that Ie bet. eve etattd ► nob a thing. wee a! is    a    pas-anu*" I • l>*»rn was i a*tach* *i i< his ('hi* ago on f he fir .iii.    Ile said h* * eg* . '-°ni* i.i    I * re ; ’• * * * *»* k mot nine ami Ii*- took a iv anta I* •    i, -    ♦ ft*    ’    * *1    bx    • i *    '*• i rn x to    • ;    I -    HOI I’I    Ut* u'    It* in bi. i •    ,*• ut th* t cai.i am its a** )s»infment* ami * otupliiucnie*! th**'* lr;* ii • s. xxv    nj    * h * * i ? v|,lend id    xx«*ik. Ai* "a*i\    h-    IVi>*is\ l\ anta    I    ailrojid . ,*ti    ia Is    al*    .    s.    is-    UC the    pus-j Ic Ii tx * f r«'*lit* ’ i;ic i ’11• t;i11it i in’*’ 1 * ,! xx * . i Khicato and N* xx A *»’ K to H h**u!-; ml f i- tot in pi*(battle tliat sm it a -•■hee lib is .*x n. a item pled in t he I.*-ar futur" .Ville iii •'*•*» *>*'. .mil* The firs! .ast bourd trail' of th'* t ’• n nsy Ivan ta ii* xx tx horn sri \ ie** i**-I xv * **it New York aid K hi*’avo a it* vc*! in J* rsey City ai M - a It \*ondax iii!**' minutes j.h* a I of >< heduI* tim*’ The in nil nine of til** ii.ai’ Horn ('In, i -o to Jersey ’ny was IT In us , *i*l IT ininut*s I he eiigtfi* * i «*t iii* t rain sa id, on an \ nu ■ ’ .i* a -1 * u ’ *1 islam * ast Of Hobart, Iud th*' train * ox ct ml a mil** in ■ • -♦■« on Is IHE SUBWAY BLOCKED. N r xx \xirk**'    I    ii‘l»rtri)inul    Ny    ut    nu    I’m Out of IOi,in«‘,« l»V t Ii •• llrMkirn; of a XV>*lrr Xt*l«. N**x\ Y«*rk June K*. rmlergroitml frath* in Ne'N York was pra*ti«ally at a standstill Momiay For moi* than a mil** in iii** centi*! of * Ii** main line of the tube which connects downtown New York with Hat bun ami th* Hnuix th** tracks were covered to a depth <d •several fem wiih tin* wain wliieh poured *i*»wn in 'it*' flood when a bit main broke at Cark avenue Sunday MI night but: steam pumps worked u* ox *-r* Ollie Iii ’i«l*' but even atiei ti* main xx a-' closed it xx as estimated *ha‘ many hour would be required to fr«* tile tunnel of water B*)th above am! l*e|o\\ the -♦ riouslx affected section f ll ti 11 b trains w*i. **p*uat* , d inn they w«*r** * mi I x -cantily patronized Ute maturity of travelers want through coil lie* I HMIN a it* I xx i t Ii t h*    s u lox ay I blockeii they naturally turned i«» the elevated and surface lines V a resuu I tlim *' ,x\ * re s * ettcs .sic h a- i'av* 1 rn heel) Witnessed - 111* * * the si like ot sui i way and >l*'\ai««l employes several months ago Kvery train «>n the el* 'ated Urns * arri* d extra tars and ' N cry train was till* *1 t«» its * apa* My. Ile surface cai s. loo \x«*F'‘ ta'* ’ r*- th*x hav** ii*»t !*«•* n in niontbs. s\x redial* X|llli*ter S»1» l*****ll*l»»*‘- Washington. June Lf. Mr. drip. Hie minute? I rom Norway an*! Sweden, (Wiled at the stale depai t in* ut to toke I ••avo helot* sailing for home on Ie*' of ifchgpgec He ha* not tendered I i caff ll it iou ae min>Mer v Although .• Norwegian Mr kirig hag not bee* WM.* 1>*ht filth th# mMHHWp I • X* y PUITU tnnn THE: tailor for up-to-date im In [UUU, GLGTRIN6. NEAT TO POSTOFFICE. fir=0* 1 -'" '■ aMga .................... — ' .............. "" O’ I 4- + Le Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. Horses Hoarded ’yv Day or \V**ek. Satisfaetion Gyaranteed.    R** st of Service. Allen Livery Barn t r y South Townsend Ave.. PH <»IU’ L-t. rn 4* oJ For Careful Dressers XX t X IC- II to* »t • ut mend thern-rin'X* arc the ;or- aud at tile •inmrtabl** as an a'biom that such *•* t Y’omtrined . ires u- extra von to look at Chapman, The Shoe Man. ****** t Model Bakery....    : w Kver.vtiiink: groovi to oaf .tiway^ ott mtnd At the J .Model Bakery. Bread, Cakes, Pies. Cookie*, J Bandie*. Btu. Set* him opposite the iwwtoftice. • I J. A. SSLINGER, Prop, phone .**.    { Si! jifiii uuum INO L. BAKKINGfcK, Vie* President ORVILLE SNEAD. Assi Cashier .......$50,000.00 Ti >,‘ilk J. ikJ BlankslFurnished and Remittances Made to the Government on Town l x)tx. TOV! HOPE President. PRANK JONES Cashie Capital Stock, -Cndivided Profit.**. * ADA, CHICKASAW NATION. IND. TKR. MMNNMMieWMMI

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