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Publication: Ada Evening News June 14, 1905

Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - June 14, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma sr    n; * H    v\V    v»N TH*    VV HA I UM;    J „    AV    Write    ! , t    I Sot uhuo. I- ne auo x »h Insurance    ...{ HARDIN &. J OXES *    • F t Flo iii' (J vc* Xviii N, . •    * ■*•• i,vVOLUME 2THt tVENING NEWS.DEVOTED to MAKING ADA A Larger and more progressive CITYADA. INDIAN TERRITORY. WEDNESDAY EVENING. JUNE 14. 1905. HEADACHE lf you are 'Uttering with headache drink a Bromo Tonic, .served at Barker & Webb’s soda fountain. NUMBER 74 Announcement of Place of Meeting Southern Railway Train Bound for of Peace Commissioners Expected    Louisville,    Derailed    Near to Come From U. S. Capital.    Golden    Gate,    111. Remnant (Sale at W^I RUSSIAN FOREIGN OFFICE OPTIMISTIC ONE PERSON DEAD ANO FIVE INJURED 'nffycaoossMfs^cim/^ Negligee shirts now take the center of the stii*re. Our new spring beauties 'eof hearty applause. No tragedy in after wear. but it s a problem to choose from such a profu>.ion • •) elegance. Here are negligee -Dirts in mam new designs and effects. 1-rcnch Percales. Madras novelties, etc., in thecelebr ited -Mon arch" Cluett Peabody make, regular price SI.Oh. ST .25 and SI.SO grades, the rest oi thi-week will be grouped in two lot-. Ko re I en Minuter I t% *»» ** »1»»r f Keportnl tot** 111 Jubilant Mood IUmnlln« tile l ei*.* situation I mu h \ nill* ,*»«<l«»r Conf**-av I * Ii ti r. >1 el' el' No Iv n.,o- .ll* pane #»• \ ll inn* «• Probable. A Hr, 1% ere I Hied It Uh Confeder*!#* \eler-in. n nil their Ka nil I Ie, nu I heir »* •*» to the Ni«ttonal Ile- Puton Fnjlue hirnrtl A ouiidetelv (ber. Hnrylnf th** I lr* rout* I")* ne .th It. St. Petri amior.urt lib lor the nu* -burg, ‘Ill ol :*I lilts June IL v» early tlo* Tilt'.** anti pbx 1 ut iho ll"sMftn dud y hoke. >1.15. SI.25 and Sl.O*1 grades. 51.50 **Cluett‘ shirts Remember the rest of this week onlv, fling Witdncsd^y morning Shirt Yourself Now Yod'll be all read> when the weather man savs 9® decrees or more A t |COX-GREER Goods Company. I a pa it use p* ae** plenipotentiaries Is #\ petM#*#l Hi i oui * nom Wa-hiueton a1 a it-uh of fir .'XI halloes IN I 'Vt** ll ** b"iiigerenis on tital subject how I ‘ cecil Int: there Hirotu’b fount < ajrsiio and M. Takahlra xvi iii Pre bent Uooe-x**lt as th*- lutermedi.trx bt <iip'*'-mali* * tu les the report is run ent    • Russia wlu-sc i hoi*-, of ['lace u'utin '• '* lo In* I’iris is i"ant to allow P*vsid* t Roosevelt lo de' id** that point in wh*»» * ;ise their is reason to believe ’ '■ ♦ president may nam* Man* hurta i*ui ti * report cannot Im1 confirmed Ambassador Hoinp.ud who has * ttimed from    Paris,    was closeted won    , Vm bass a* tor    Meyer    ruc>du\ ufo*: rn <*t fount x or,    Vlvetislehcn. til* Gemini    * anihossmlor    was    among th' • . \meri«an amha.ssad«»r callers.    ■    r»v*M    1 I »♦*-;>]!tin* rat In r pf ss im 1st ie of!«aal 1 if*.* . utterance* ->f the i n'#‘gn 'thee, lh* iiTir-nhf* f,' I is «I Int lacily opt Im is mc and an Kuroi»*‘un am(gissador *b# aw KoreiRn Minis!* i Lnmsdofff I • ,i,i\ ies* n!-ii * h. ll a - aa -aiiust* I ..s boing :ili»*»st ilia iuhiitTU unoil The • 'cttii••u *s >! act tea \ luantncnm ....if Inn** Ii The local office rn Kaihvav has re**eive*l report of ti"' wreck imm IU. < Mc ne I *-**11 ha* I ' I id hive injured in a wreck *d a train, one half mil** Fast of Gale. IU. .h ai"*.*n fireman xx t kill* *! Loins Soul' how ll) n Gate *1 ti* lh* lol G« Ie;* ii killed apodal (kitten J I 'I I;,, i [.ii-, d pi-* William Gratz. e*;i:i hoer ll* si' I ft ncas * et I aI:v .** a ic \ ii Haves i oat t»".h!, Vrk ilk L* amici I'm lupsoit Paragould VV i IV# h r. * 'oi iou H* it railroad. h train whit Ii consistei* ol a hay intr car. smoker, four chair ears anti twu Pullman sic* *** is wa* tarrying * tuft derat* veterans to ti**’ reunion af louisville -hoi th aft. r nas-ii.r J* .!♦ v Get**, th* * ’ ’gin* « r It th* !.;i r tiln,ii v over cli*! ’ntrying th** i m i: I a ti 1 <    * .* t ii th*- v* ret I b’e. lh* , i • i• me*1 att 'n following th** engine 1 isf h«*f#*re* reaching a I ain* ti,,- » tit " • heat ie! s Ie. J * f*• 11 ' alum * aud I'.* ■Ile. ntain-.!    *\<    r rn I rain HOI k S< mt I: \ inly would V-e*"”rtert#ut. Us Loth Representatives a* Belligerents Discussing the Tiure and Placp of meeting of Pea-e Conference. ivert a Russia and tai an with favor not on ado ira' fa* iii!ie* *■ tcong i*d* i! i* t a1 Ie;cm# is it Ie- a « ffoits * ! IV#sn!* ti It was as* ♦ i tail the * v* t antre* I" TNE RAGUE IS NO# BEING CONSIDERED Act I tillketr n»H. .*1** »’»• u«i»*t#uti»rifI «f    »u*l    Kueu    >lf*f    ku    »h€' t ap.tnt «if the    IhimU Konnnl Ar- mUtW e VI 111 N.v »*• J»*«’l*r***l »* »*»' I'm «nt ’lint* tmh! w it hi lh* !iec . ti* .tarty int* I* n* nil no h limn In ne ti* Th lh. ''*1 thic *apifal •OUM of the bm for th** int the con* lh rough th*"* e!t lav 'hat. ii la iiv*** a f • •• t*’i#stan h* lap.*! **e»- legation J,., i \.ov "i i ment > I *    '    r«    i    as a par . ti «t’ « ti < !    • ! *'    !’ ii ;s • * v. ? <h’d as no* *■ • ! .as 1 * a*, ceti I iir* ret • "gar<i I on a* af! -rd: <i ■ < : I * alc- lit***,* ’ a Ti .. on. It.Isl' t" Hi' aa ic,, > ii), i ji < t 'Mf ll \! I I V J.- c I ’ * (> * Hit th. h**Iween Th* birma I 1 mis* i ’ rn ie* ’ Man Washington, im* 14 k was ae. ed Tues lay That th# formal ’*-ply i t th*- H’tssimii g<*ven m» ut to President Roosevelt * iden'i a1 ut'te of las- Thursday is in the lands* of the j Ame. i. an eovernmei.t. he I’e^p* rv* was handed lo Arobassatlor Meyer fit jjf_ Pet cis ’-ii e by (’• *int l.anistiorft and tTansniit Ted i *v I* amhassadoi to Fresident Roosevelt It cot h< vaiti that it is n ]»eife*f on- >nan< * with the oral ».*>nranees vivo) he pf*-id* ut Monday by Oornit Ga-sim. the Russian ambai^sadoi her**. It h id bee t intended lo 'n* president to tn #U- public f'fjpUf*.* of b« th Russia and lapan to his epp#*Hl tor a cessation of hostilities in the Far Fast but ti ti#* i si on has *been reached not to put nsh tneni at this time. This determinatiou was arrived a’ a' the sueiiestion of both belligerents that the publicat on of ’he ive ponses hi ti;*5 j iivtur* might n**t bf leg,Table. biti ial assurance is given however that the informal statements *»f I hr contents <*f the r* plies are not only accurate hut practically complete its to ’lie inf* mutton contained in them Neither of Tie f til'.ii responses of Russia and Japan contain suggestions as to th#- p!a<" of meeting of the peace conference nor the names of the pleni* potentinries They ai** mer#’ appearances in diplomatic form, of th# propo Fiti(jn of Fr* bident Roosevelt:. F#ilowing the import an; conference* of M* aday and Monday night titer# a lull in th#’ negotiations. I Ii*’ < usrion of iii* Tine and pima* ‘*1 meeting 'f tile p*■ a"s* cMtnference iv proc#*c*l-ing between th** tepresentatives of Russia and Japan at this capital and their Id>ttic governments. I h#*-*‘ siib-b-« is were taken up .villi Conin k as-iui and Minister Takahlra Mondav by the president, hut neither lh# ninl‘*issa#lor nor the minis!*! was #*mpower#*d at that time to sp**al definitely l«*r gover nnient. It is known that \mhassa#loi f'*tssini tentaM\**ly suggested ort#* place arni Minis|H» Takahlra an#»th**r. It was .nti-mated officially Tu«*s#1ay that Paris was the choice «>f the Russian government and London #d the lapams** It can lie *-aid ih it neitlui government ex p#*cle#l that its choil e wouhl bi* rat died by the c#tliet. As heretofore indicated l*oth Paris aud I.# md on present ob* Jeeii#*ns which it is regarded in #lip)o-mati* I’ircles piuotically eliminate them from sortou* consideration. \VTe!'e ll not ilint the conference is I*' be held In mid amnaner Washington almost ti* ' ♦ t va * * n Ti • va * v *. ’ ta- ny ea# k ot b* I * n ' * I ’ail * btl ria ’ aydly v. iii I* .ituuu ”«*’ i ,ri -be . \h aet i« uf< uuu <    ba I tan*    i*diui'. ‘ t< nu J ti# iiiip*; "U •'    !*b    *" ar. i hat Mi \ !• w it ’ h«* p* miinv net# tiati«»ns moth* i th# T -*;m n<*r the .Lip*-n#*s#’ giiv# i u iii* ti t v< c, i (! i. :ni’,' a * ut i » i g# it*Tai ♦ I; im v * u Ii t # < * «'< < ) r l h* - uhie* t ,t th* is • iiny negot i j 1 ion - was c* ujs id** *    * (I in    a *    int* *i urn w .in .if To * ahind    rn*    tin*.    IU*-<!;*' Ih* • * sit . nt > t \ iiTP* c*u. m ;.t Ian* i - ■ t tit men i**i - ti bn t ab met sui ' In* t#' ult * J    Im    ti* g**t int i*»ns A sm i ranee i*- git # ut    t bed    t "    im pot' art [decisions bra tin? : . n ' h>-n* m Tam»n-. w• yr i ♦ ;t I * d. u Fnip *ror M xx itte s -lie Japan* si accepted for at ions. h" wt terms f«*r It V n eminen with the cor hO'tl JIT* >S rep" I I ’I * U a Itll.*-** I * na ne rig tlit* war -abl Clat a defense*' a h un!IKL T> ii w*re still the pat mn a- wns . i***L against . ant "    * i i ,*mim*!I nc th* ’ urn t*' t o ca) Fe lief* ns V#* i ’ i iain it 111 I OU.Std I ’TC-* t - Ii alliance buhl pan to fight K im iii t*f bt r pi •-I consult*! : I nip Japan will bind in-: ner a-, nit th! - a n the > TP . «>v «*i nment at•• an ai tack * Mi Indt i I up Ma 'bable ') * ^: ‘ a anxi**’)*- i!'    'm s' renut bel lie a! a av Mis mc** it ii 'ii-- himself IS «l**i Hi cannot i >r J vc.i*" n ti* mai ** th in t **l 11. on \ * ■ - th.- v Mi- ! i. n I bn i IJH Gat VV aud in. % nuttier .V <« on i»l- . et * in liu! lout 14 V —pc ' z I olms! ne of a nut vat." * at a * r and tour chao cars on the •rn Railway, can J inf ■ tint* d#*t a'** pas to 'In reunion at Louisvilb **1    • hr#' igh a Im itll:* #*v* r ’h« VV alias h river Tim suit' ti Cb'Uh ut Ii .7 mil* s V^’est of h* t' Remnants anil short lengths of dress goods, laces, embroideries and ribbons at prices that will make them vro Ii you need an inexpensiv e dress Now is the lime to Get For in order to clean up every remnant in the store we will sell you one much cheaper than you can buy it regularly :    :    :    : Come in and look them over and vret a bargain :    :    :    : ani Gr.u ft I oh rn ll, v • r bat I :re ’im hied: ('IV ut is "lf •t t tm wh, n od* * * "tiMr It -- « O’’11 dm ** 1*40- f #v I) ca ui -v r* * V-inj t * t<* T i u * .* • a, * ’n i , i in kill! Martini^ of I ai nu <UT. n i\* hr *. i I that t hr It! ' h ’.»d it poFsihU* tot 1 hc #*s t a t*. ’ st cl in Tm Fer * a.* ’ •he | -Hon h - *:! in -in h a mal Sh • • « assist f. .• I’ i" an i-niiidor cr i ’i*!**<I t *1 n a I t'!iis tim ii ' i ' rn i a caf Hi P it' \ at r**m w but t< with Lipan ’ ne cngiTi* **i' tb«* fir mull \ »>*|    iii It** mu b r    th# s»    It    is    r# Mort* *!    * bat s*    \ «*n .n .*    v,    .    *    ’    -lh d    but ti IS Ila-    THM V MIC a! .lib! I rain nils ha* g.**ii* to th#* tr*-#l will h#* Ii?ought bel* iii* *1 #»\**r ;he hi «*U’<* the ami the ennui** plunge#! Cl * i ■ lo >Vf • I I*' ’ 11* t i 'J* ll* is jT ton•« t list of *|cn#l VV district pa-scng* I agent inn a* Xh umhis. I . known I >    III TP# - ft'. * I . Vrk. Ii    hic-1 I    ti * mar    set    o -sl\ ii cr*'!    * 11 i t \    La u a -' *    i    V    H Ha' cs 1 .en T IC I    I    I    i MU    •' ’ -    I I - 111* lit * s    no' i-now    u and VV*i Ham iii*)'    cngin»‘e» rh*    is I lf WI I! 11 * ■ W    I .iud'* ’    * * ‘’ll Ii U*1 t ** is v I h ’ \ UHM*    I ll*' a*«ill* Ult TI * * I i he Tho in * 11 a * ii - «• ilk a* waft «i w ; I I 1 V ours to Serve. E.V.KOTSCH SCO Cash on Delivery of Goods. * * )• Fleet *' I IU. J. n I rn CHITWOOD, THE TAILOR FOR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE. : , Hp! < >; > h lf th*’ hrs.’’JI rot known 1=0*= # 11* *1 in ut ••ti1* sJiiwk flflil HIT Sub I .ak* (fit > I * I i ne    I I 1 •' tight irrangcd I *»I Inly ii Mr- mix h*M\\c*n Rid M*' t Ku sMumoiis ami Mik# Fob re#* k piouabi’- \v»l not abt I '.)• • The pronii'tiM s ! a , •• t p "ti ti* *i#*pos hell $2.don f.nlt m ’ i hit ago and nnlur 'lit# l»«*M I    ti    I    «un I- Pc .Jland Or* J ’> *• 14    'rh'’ ri,v;? •kill i-h btf(*te I "#!*);.1 Judg** Itihn tie Ha\* n in ti "al ti ni’ d FUd* *■ r era (or John H MI1 • bell, etui g»’#l with ii.-u s. I is |< iblic "flu** I"r prix at * vain •**ut against th#* «listinguishe#l i* f» n.uti f I u* - ti a \ w t * ti I utik* #h* llav *uY .ax*1 hi.- *le# is i# *n # ti ‘he argmmeiits I I * - * r. I # 11 Won da >    >' th** #1* un Hi rei *>t the d^b n*!#*ut - comr# to Tm indii't th* ut Th*' «liunuu'*r was t»*«*rrub <! ? + rn PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. llobs#‘s Boarded my I buy or \V# ck. Satisfaction Guaranteed.    I-est of Service. Allen Livery Barn Son til Townsend Ave..    i’honc    t    4. rn M Ii* onfr«l*T*»lr« Kl I onlftvtllt* Louisx ill#*, ivy , June 14 XI though ti#- r*" in ii u of th* United Con f#’d*' rate * V# t* : a*.s ii o*-.s ic I i pc ti uutT W m’.hcs day. ‘ruin after train an \*.l Vl#xiicia> bringing v# t**i ans and theil f i i# n#l< ami a? sr rn* statd#^ from their destinations Only Tuesday, f - rot exported that nil will he in attendance when the first ,-s-mn fit fin annual meeting is ended to order Tim <it\ i- profusely de* erat# d Tit. spatial trains bringing G*u N K. Ttsdal. et*ninKind**i in chn f'f Th Simi*- of V* !• ram and his party fn»m I# Kus ii* « xj.*-* toil u*t** Tu* sdax aft# * ut.t n. I TI ! OUI ti I’Mr nu* xini,t IU#* Albany N. Y . Jun#    I    I    Th* i appeals J * - day r#*fused    to slav < >f * \* • ut a mi xx a-    tem « to pi nu it a dis-    men in t he < ase el . .airt *«f grant a of the death s'Ui-mot ion for tmargu-\lb* 11 Patrick * <m- I .1 /.sim i*x< 'n - xx’ in • anu II nilling (planers ;r ’ Ii»• Lagoon Moi day ha- declared T, ti T t oft ami -ax he wiI! itut x ,* Ih - 'm a1 ole « ! • amu to the Kau XI i« * I ii I I. I * *<• XX or k fr* XX >» c*’« Columbus <• lune ll (Has- man faeurers from all o\**r )b*’ "ountix i in session lien* to agft e n. on i "age scale Tim impi'".*- ion i- that ti* rn a lo I fat t me xx i I t !•*< id" upon a tilt in wages ami Simon Rums, president in tin* Window G a-- Worker*- a’ >■ i’n*M(b iii K '! KanIkii"r 1 ■ I the \utai gau ated \.-’socialim et Wimhixx c#*as# workers art* !u*re 11 - tug I** prevent t I’ inmu i XX ill ( nill l‘*"lu« Nt vt Tii«’sda> xx a" th# ti iI of S* name -«t as th* Mit* hell •lax Pal Ona of Pa ii a in i sir#*-, ol ! Im b mal ba it1 • i I un" in u i ana ba Th# un •• ’ion i> vs* ted ol the mnrdei of Win VI Rice The »ourt whi# h will adjourn on Friday until On toller will bx the dam of execution la fort its adjournment. # «»ii ll r fiirtl Ill#- Aahi.i iHl*'l I’r#"**. Loiu’on. June 14. Karon llayashi t .» Japan# se minister, ha- receive#! a i , x « f th*' Japanese r* pix 'n President j.’T i !»;#< >sev# ll. Ii Is id# Pl la I rn terms with jib#- Associated ires* annotine*’’men! of its cont#ut- made on Satifculav last from f’okio g#»\ ernnuu't with th** «!* -i# n and the #» coin > #'•>•',-Tin- -lop is i alen- tic- tlciuaml foi silt * r ae) ■ \ ii \ of pi** * anal (IOO -1; \ <»r p" » bited lo ) •• 11 #* x t ea use*, I bv the works and uuu»*as**d u-iiii'ss ami 'xiii prev«»nt ;irx nu*i»**tai'x • rii-is winch an ex *ess d gobi might pi’*»dtte*. K. HH* ut ll I r»i#*|t« K**|i*l**#Hi. Toko. J uni 14. It is officially report# #1 that on luii# U on** mixed column* «f Russian troot's attacked in tin* v binit ’es ot Y inn cheng Krhehlh-lipii*) :.ud Shiifanctai. All ti # attacks were repulfw <1. Th# losses ai* not stated. A thorough enloi*emem of ti**’ anti lottery laws is uiged on p*j«linat|t*rs awd all otliei ptfwrtal employes in a genera! order re**ently issued by Post paster iiensrnl Yortslyon. Kinp#*r«*r XV ll I tan* litlk^wllli Cilil*»r XI*- ll#’#* Rerlln, June It Fmp#*ror William inviteii '4iI.»VI It"" "diite *»t lh** Churchman <»i New York t«- i*‘in the imperial party Monday a* (lie rcxi*xv at PotS'lain M • lodel battali#*!, * f troops #‘ouiposed ol tlize** ill**ll ft‘*un each hat t a Hon *»i Ti** Pros*! inn army. His majesty alterxx at #ls ta'k I lur 11 .iii hour with Mr. Mi-Ree *>n ♦Mjucati#,nal and ullgi#'is topics. Represent Alives <»f Hi** Colton textile industr\ aud th** lion ar.*l steel trade called * ti l’r*-i#1ent Pooscxell t#-centi) to proles* against an.* enforce-; m Ant #»f He Chinese # vt lusioii iav-'l# which niiglit iinpMii •*#• *xii**it liads af this "Ourdry w it kl (bl sa. X SHitU » r *»il X«* nl. Topeka lune 14 J ll. Koont general freight .ii * ut • *f the Vtehisoi Top* f a A* Santa F* has - ii* *1 ;t cir tnlar announttng that xV. I’ Tre ’ a\ • a. tiix isi*iii freight agent ('baitn t • Kan . xxi! hale immediate jiiri$*1ietton 11\ • i matt* rs (*♦ i tlli ning to I ne growl I, ami der * If'nnmnt of th*’ oil industrv in Ransas Mi i\»'ont .-aid that this )- a ii# xx pi,-11 inn \* .iii ii !o >*« J after In ,[| -hippei"' int errs! s correspcmd Hi! to th#* p#isiinm •*! live to, k acei*! all *■»#’> oi coinim- -i*M' l r#ml* r "f *.r#-« , t '*li»hl»#-il Atl’ii- Gr« • <•#* lune It Pr* I ti#*! llelyaniti" x' •*    t:ti"'**d    in    th*    stomach ami datiL- on-!' wound#?#! :,t 0*cUv"k ''t’t'dti' a t J * * i ti * h i* in .< gam Mer darned Gherakaris Th** |iremi#*r wa-- a**-* ii ling th#- main -tairwax **f t ))*■ (ha iii ber cf *le|iuti#s wii* u ins ;i-*ailant rushed «>• 11 ir*»n a i»!a«e *»t con-realm# nt and iutji< t♦ **I th# wouinl His nasaitart xx as arrested. Hr jr##'» f**r ht*n*»« #>lfl» Poughke# psi** N Y inn*- lf Kl th* Vat val *#*ll*st < «>mm* ’#* • tm-nt I ie* day th* t< ll*nving r#*ee!ve*i Hie degre* *t hath# im «*f arts Cai'ilit,** la*# 'tm bx. Council Grove Kau... Fisa For Careful Dressers -rn Vera I new st vie-high xxiii com men -*• Iv«‘s at * g alice. They acme sty e in -.*•,.! same tun** art* a- iii l them-a re Hulloes anti at the • un tort.! b' ,* as an t is seldom that Midi » perfectly combined St, ;• ; ivus ,*xtra nvitt* v* u to lode at it-iii Chapman, The Shoe Man. : Model Bakery a • • • • Kw’rvthinyr *r#x)d to oat always on nnmi fit tLie Model B.tkury. Broad. Cakp**.    (    ookie?(, A’undies. Kt<*. Sop him opf>ositf* tile i»*istoftice if rn UxLo .*> .1 o o !o.9. o o o r^P/. PHONE, 124. lull ll r ( UH! ll* i.< os; pel a. Si LoUiv . Mona Ltmiv Kau A Sh * I* ailette Hunt it gt#»n War# % turn* mu* Will * iint|t*‘i». London, lull*’ 14 After *#*v«ial dis-appoint in# Itta th* Am# mans "I l-'M’ <•*>11 ha'*’ sin * •■* * 1***1 ’n forming a polo t# ara t«* < ump* ti* tot the Janu s Gordon bunnell cap *n Par,a lune 17. It i componed of liislex Rlair, Hilbert ’A lier, Frank Mackey and {'mn Wa* worth French and Span (ab teal, have entered and ii la nrohahle I bio ;*.* fingHpk tegaa will roaaipete. ft t Bl INO L. BARRINGER,' Vice President ORVILLE SNEAD. Asst Cashier .....$5(MKK).00 Blanks'Furntshed and Remittances Made to the Government on Town Bots. TOV, HOPE. President. FRANK JONES. Cashier Capital Stock, -tTidividod Profits. -    - ADA, CHICKASAW NATION, IND. TEK. ;

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Publication: Ada Evening News

Location: Ada, Oklahoma

Issue Date: June 14, 1905