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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - June 24, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma                                 KKKP VO rn KYf ON 1'UK WKA'illKH   We Write-  Tornado, Fire and Accident Insurance...........  HARDIN & JONES  OftkV. Front Ro-aaeOvtfr \da N. < Hank  VOLUME 2  THE EVENING NEWS.  DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY   ===   ADAi IND IAK TERRITORY, saturday evening. JUNE 24. 1905.  HEADACHE  lf yon are suffering with headache drink a Bromo Tonic, served at  Barker «Sc Webb’s  SODA For NT A IN.  NUMBER 83  Oxford Comfort  Illness of foreign Minister Lams-dorff Delays Peace Proceedings at Washington.  NO FURTHER MOVE FOR AN ARMISTICE  District Attorney of New York to Inquire Into Affairs of Equitable Assurance Society.  Remnant xSale at  I  How your feet ache and burn these hot days for want of a pair of cool and comfortable Summer Oxfords. Summer Comfort and Oxfords £o hand in hand. See the Ladies Oxfords we offer at :    :    :    •  98c, $1.25. $1.65, $1.85 and $2.05  The best Oxfords in the world for the money. Men's Oxfords at  $1.5(1. $2.25. $2.75, $3.15 $3.50  .Iit|m» I im llltnK A** »*ln« Any N*" •** "  I utlll Appointment of •■U*iil»iol#utiar-lt*n himI clit* I IH**' of Their !>«•( ln*»t**lT    " >•*»«»..*>**»  lug fur III** Ollirr to I #>*•*(.  ATTORNEY GENERAL TO TAKE ACTION  is.emnani joie ai »  Washington. June, 24 lr  ! ' :l5  through official sounds that owing tin* illness of roam l.amsdoifl Russian foreign minister, iliei  d  tE» I lit*  has  a  Every new style, shape, color, kind, toe and last, says “come.” Can't duplicate our Oxfords and the price, at the same time. at any other store.  jj COX-GREER I  • Dry Goods Company.!  ! I,,,.n a slight . heck lo Hic    jail.    ' »  affecting Russia ami Japan It itnalh stated, however, that this d*-*s imply that t here has been any lo h bul Simply I OHI the negotiations l ave been unavoidably delated Nu th* i»  iV  on g i' en.  St. Petersburg lulu ’4. I here is TUX liktly to he alo fnrthei mow in the dilu tion of an armistice until !<*  I plenipotentiaries art* appointed and th* Uni* of their meeting definite!) fixed-Japan seems unwilling to discuss any nett is?’H* until these two questions I an settled. Phis do ^ not neeesrai Jy I mean that a I hope * f arranelnt a I suspension of host ii’ties before meeting has disappeared hut as ti indi< at ion if Japan n *o I it inci eases th* beild us to whether she ••euld Pe indm ed to relinquish I* mp«»iaril' he st rat*'git advantages "huh -hr *•'  I th nth lie'.boes -h** * ti joy s. lid* <1.  it might r.'i *■ the - o pirn ti ot spat t •-lf,.r * iuie until Field iarshal By a ma I tv d. \ .-lop* ! h I’d- lido' and is I animally in pro* ss **i o. lnering I i low "hen honan no ' i • - ' p •  Resignation was^ Mailed to Roosevelt at Washington en Wednesday Last.  Mr.  THE FRANCO-GERMAN DISPUTE  I rmi,    \    .;«•    *    n    Moro#,    mc* ( (infcrrn *  flu. Kirn Un «a» ii in Hr rf I n lr*,** *jnr*iu t In su»*u  The F  * i ♦  I  ai  , *11.1* J;-, I  WILL SEE PRESIDENT PERSONALLY  IV Hi 'ii* Slot  The t, vt I mg I ' s i n a' U ava ti st ut ’> ii.;. . To bt t t rh s vt q h. Ile ’«  f  UC ll I i g '*    ■ ‘ ' S *  not* n de ta'. a ens -rn  lioT « »rtrr * belton U th# t uluUimtPm ut • Look  s ‘*r»r» of I *«nt»—»$rkir*r« Hr CSU *>r r, r I rrritory Itrltrr Out* Ult* t.ul>rrn*t«,ri*l * l**(r **pr* uI*I«nft *'»• I robablr ivMur.  Honolulu Jut - h Gov Cnit.-i mailed his •••- mi a oil to Prest dent  Rc < «s- , *■ 11 on Wednesday. Ii'* ' •  I*a'.• rn him    > U *>1 ington **  cl in;, uss the matter ui hi- retire®"!! from ’ Y * un*: I. - ' r-Lip I* has i *•* i; iii rat) I* < l*i i*‘-po■: * : ■ * * with The piesi del" I *    nu    ’ and ll aa r* ei\* !  \ * rn V.o    '    ‘ th* ap: IU I foi a  I* rs -nal ut el \ i* "  (>, •». ('arle! -ays lo hu«l urg**d Prt si lent    H- ,!  •-*    - * t    to    a* * ept i -  resignation ami    ■ pp*    M    a sn* cesser.  TI is u< ti n t is .- iared. a a- r-*r due to the elec' <>n < f F M Brown a- Ii i - ii tariff, Ie' dad *e* n mdei onside r-at ion hoi    sorrn*    »in    ’•    i was fir-'  w; tor. m Jo* '*iit A'a- wiihliehl on Th** adv: -• ut francs who a-bed birn not to send it • 1  Washington The resignation was iii **.■": mink’ion of .( long series ,4 » v<ms \ oh ti 1***1 Gov. Parte- to th** <<>iulusion that he cauld    I* »f    more s*    r\i** to th* 1   1 arri tory of Ii.t".i i out’-ide ’hr gubernatorial < hail than in that position.  T< irdoi iaI servrtary Atkinson arri.* d Friday from China. .Ie had bor I* luo bd us I i I * • S y to u* * eed  s ' :iat ‘ ’I ’ r Id•    *    t  YlllO.V .lid moved It IO! - " ll I* r* h i * ; -i *ei it alo s  \ I* !     :     A    s    lit  "Iii r t*> rn*  . I!* , *  lis; .1*^1 * ’ t ! 'n rn « ha\ i  a ti not* **n  l.i ut .1    ‘ **   (  .    :    I    I J 111 g *    'V -  t ,    i    ,    *« t a i i o    I'*'  i.    ‘* ..d * !    by  , Him ' hi Ie y illt* i f th i ,t ii \ * - 11 ’  I » ’ I r Ii*  N fwe* ti tier  I.ot  !  « ♦ ll ie  ► I  I*, . Til.* de.a' ui r *'f ’ ii*' plernpo’* n-<■ a I t h* mot e de • ring t** av old I ut -Poi b * o.m' rirv . n lo a.lire :ci<iiators si rev The ut ii* i  that J was too yet (ling the matt  juries is here! dor* d ’ \ I bos* ba r hl*Midshe*i perfeetH willing  but    « \i b‘t\tl'  to -how it< hand flr-t  On min' of the Foreign Ministet Pam d,r ff - i..ness -Xmbassiador Mever xx as 'im hie to ha\ e a pet -«‘t>af no . >f  %  h -j, ‘.iii. either fhurxda' <u F i* Pa> but it IX* ie' ■  1 1 that olm,in iii , • - 11 a in Wa ! U'-' on a I pass  Procaine- VK**ln«t the OfTuer** of iii* J I ti*, urn lur Swirtf to Ii* l.rnucUt .Inst os Soon as it Is rhfsliHllY l»o«*»l»l® i our is Mini mer V newt Ion sunpnmt**! **t  \ttoriir>‘s Kruitat.  .\= w York, J Tine 24. Tilt reg-liar summer \a*ation *f the court til general sessions will be suspended this year -** that iii* court may be avail I able if District Aiiorney J* rom* begins i Los* * n t i* ■ ii 111 t*onfleet ion with tin affairs of th** Equitable Life A-I surame society.  M  t a* tion was en upon the request of Bisti ut A* p i no J* rome.  Mr. J*-rom* ’n making hi- in* tion t* si: sp* ml th* court s va* a tion said he ha*, a    (cit* i    tom t!o\.    llit'i'irs    offering o    J let *    th* ct i i* n    < *)i*tai!'«al by  (he anjx*rint#mlent «>f insuiunee lieu . ii, i.* el Mr Jerome's *iis|fsal. Mr.  U I, un ; Id* d It is n ' * ! *  v »?* it* I la** ii at , \ id* r * * arui it ' - my inter* lion to go thi«• iieh it > * i y thoro!!! illy.  I ai. riot :n a position to know ot  II - ne " h* th* I th* r* ha' b* ♦ n a nu Aition *f ’h* law hut it is iii' duty to ti Col oui.  lf    'Hills ’.ii t* i tile g*• > ' I lu r to I  r, >v .i P;.*r s uh as I ha>« if-. **iv* .I    i»> ti    - »'ist iii I .    t* i ii* \    and it |  h■< is* v put*    i» att* s.t a n ll* on    nu*. I  have ; ae* arrangements with Juste •  !    , v ,t tie , rimirai 'inn h *>f the -  pi i'ii;, I. airt ml I •    "    !    • ‘Ult mil*  ! !  J in, * i rn it’ hat «* ir» through th* v    ll mer    I'll* pow*    is < i b»-Th    *< ii  s   , a n I n*’e*    ssii r\, h,    i * > od    11 vv i ll  ta ae i.!• s< 'iii* i im*’ to I* a i ii wilethfI I .     a j] . ,,, ,iss strip, ,• * I the *    out  \ * to i n*> Jem ra I    I a ii is M    May* i  wa* at I is o'fi*» F. day * ny ag*«! iii  .    \*! Ti* {HIH** (. SICS « f th*  Fquifatde so, ;*!\    \\    h*    I    .t    *    L.    •    d    Ii    *    ’    w  Remnants and short lengths of dress goods, faces, embroideries and ribbons at prices that will make them go :    :    :    :  lf von need an inexpensive dress  Now is the Time to Get  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    :    :    :    :  it  Come in and look them over  and get a bargain :    :    :    :  HHin In 'be F.qiut ll* m ’ I.-  woe Id begin ; I V , tt'u *  ; * * | ort M r.  u, I ion a: ani't  1  *■ ->i * *; n ’I *  May* i r* pli* *1  N ours to Serve.  E.V. KOTSCH & CO.  Cash on Delivery of Goods.  In w rii p ic I .ani* d< i ff  thai <’»*  nit j  \ *  A I * * ' * *  Ti. • t« I'  «.!.$"* I *  ►-h’ i  neptit la -  l.me t-e-  t t;  n  um.-tnm  l l ' II !  I* « I  . TI F  i  , -  1  ♦  | OI!  11  ,11*! Kl  ll-' HU * <1  TP i >: t ;,*:  I While * ary 11  n afford os :    d*  VV ill!  ill  a,  Ult  I rout*  I ad* pi* -ii' i' *t> th, -I '(MI*  has , • • | hp.I he  ! i dr. lb  Im im  - an him  ha  J h  it -  I A gall  I I.  I *  Slime ■ * I are •, u i > war i >♦ " *  I J*  r n in i  Ty Mu : :.  . HPI • h* I (. * ’  triples "iii Fren* I- ; * * , - re a * !  ii g H < * ua'p n.  n  t  I < H *  i, n* .(   1  ill I g 'ie , id *-( Ti a th •  ad  .: thonu r< I. s I I -I Mi*- *  in rig *’!!.!'  I in ;,»* -I  gh-  » I K  ii)  th*  ami  I nj,in, tlioi    I    MlHir    I    nliinw.  j Sa n    I T H I    * : * *    <    .    J TU  I State#    Kin    ,it  j grant d th*    s* .  j !>**'.* A ('• . I • •  Sa t e n 11 ■ <»re *' >    • • im  i Ca Ufo i    a si    ai* 1     tee el  a .-“a  h id a    :ou« Ii    of    h  ph' *    -    an    iga in    ■    *  fk-j X f,    h    *    f* M 'IU    \    i  ,]    •    . ,    i    v VV ! Ii,’ 111 , Hist** ’    to    ’ 1   bai    <    o*’v Si 1     t d.H'  I    I    .a iii    bu ft *    p* vs    na! th a    \  ;»i, I p 11 h Ti    os ~; p lo th*    « ff * *     !    ;  - alio at to t • *t i: *    a 11*1 M M urfiv    -  - i - n anil a - > ‘ i»I o i m Koiu* ai'. 'Vol'll-. \ min ist*'i af a 'M * ai*- named    as h i    un bal    •  <!  '  bu* as \ * I    11 *u •*    ift no • '    id* rn    >‘  ,    runa« 's    !iav * 1     me * foiitulat <ui  (    of vin a'    el arad*u*    whh  .p    • h»'»n  ,    is    -I i oi.g I *-;»'-<*11    tot    i' I I  I 1 ,;,'    ' 1 1,* Kus- ai pVnipof ui i*.11 i* -    '    J  in ’ ui*'    a    nu! -1 ar' man *d high i an i  Ion uh    iv    et ’ hoi .* u no > due to iii' 5   Idemi’ v ,    , ]*t t (■    "    ill    i    ot    h“    «b n  Ku;.q* ii 't nm d >'•' nfJiM • I VdrM'M’ ft and th** sui press! *n <d fh**  !  ■"  p conin mu-** ’u-d* t iai!\ incu i in    -hood that M Win*- \v lit a *<*  clit    HU *:a ii * ■ ho - an m*v* ' •  en*un\ t t    in**    "ar * ■.InI    " I • h  t.i ,i-    rtr.ii-    v io have-    fad* n  imperial - >-f  • *n WHI l>e I; v j i ’ -D ai!' p >v! ii . nu ! t**r ot w» * iv v h* fen ♦ V » xvi i ha* * ! tot log*  I * pi u t t ut  5  ’.    ' ‘ s  , ken as t", n a- it . and d will not I * hut * t day s < nix ! , 11 ' Not Oil' -v.it ne Hem! rn * -! ; I • ll V XV filch | * .aal < ii xx hi* h t lo  ■ * naiab IOT Ha Ii. tc.  c* d*  !  thai i ♦ pi a  I* pot! s has* J."  ii- "is al . >' minion turf his wi -uh; I * I:    f ll.  1  ne  r * t ii ut I’ rn * *f t i - "i »i a lid Iv • ' i . od ait t tie t *v -i I f -    1*1 arm* ut pi * *  « * * tigs j*gainst «>ff eels of tIn soviet' In -« ii'in* ut ii g * n th* phase of ti j it UU J ion Mi Ma' * :    sa    id  This I - i mo*! .I-’ 'ii ami it is 'I Iii vt in* I* 11 •• hi-t* >' 'I ’ be  w, -it N* " Toi x, t t i« del ii nu ut pi * * * *  1   CHITWOOD,  THE TAILOR. POR UP-TO-DATE CLOTHING. NEXT TO POSTOFFICE.  r°  th;  ; ll  i Tin  \ lex F ' • lh.-I • pr* • ! a' -  TIOXX  PUlh  IU  'n I *  al » I  7    .    I  ' I I,  ill!  I as  i E.  (lox. Cartel Thi- uhs be im po  v  m I*-, a> is* i-<>1 ag* xx i«11 r- 'n* I: a i * f’Tnor to  1  * ai I* a-1 Aim ult th* -* in* th ioi *’d as appointem to t!i-> id!-** at*  Cooper. VV. it u j, Ed " ai ii Ii. K Baldwin pud • gat* r IJowsett.  the  ha  job’)  I-* en found t*»| sj-ic' only 34 y * ars wa-\!'ire.-' tIn* g*>' -  r, y- ai s *i!d ORSI bl*  Ii. F onney,  un a  t ll'  proj  g'a 1 ’  -,iiu r rnigas, I Peen la v ,ut.i  ■ uut ti* :    u  ■ * . J ii* ..    :    I  uanI* i. *•■■ ii*  us lad (‘Tis | • * d •ii* i *  !  v ♦    a  cr’y and ruin til ■obe  li on  : i» j P. r a mai I d IT  L.I  « I I a bo i a ml , un* ii which - < a I to in > I f. - ! ll r* <1 . v  • rd* ut* I i t * •  md that -Mo  I dx lo * TM * -  I< s I f my I Ii**  ■liars lf til*  INDICTED FOR FRAUD.  $  r ,|rr«i < • I* * I* < I lur, Mi \nli«**rc. I I turn-* I mo Hill-* 'in *>'« - r«*i«-in^-ut <nu, < ti*  K#*  Wad ng I Ti I i’* i od,I-,, bv be* * hi \ rd na ire    an la " m ”  grand Miry in s-*ssi*»i *-v eta I I iii I**' Si a I o»lu ials nm! til hoi  I. Dis > Iii*, che '< ihad ’ he I he r him v official;  mr a1 leg  ,(   pa n h* a •k thou’. F* dernl ii db i* 'I Indian I frauds  ii us at ainst    <Vu    ta <    ,-f  * * -11 f va n y ' id    Pax    *    been  h* ! s un rn ♦    I" 111* .  vv ii j. h "pas    Hex *    x * ’ I  ae. 111*    -t'H    I-'.    -  od*’g.> * dbl* • s par. > xx I o it. \ -  I tInn .int\ aid  I V I -! * -    ! IP -  I posh ion?    :    *    fh«  ! ' u* rn 11 oin ;*■ ’    ’UL  ' ii th* i oui pain !  Pc* u -** 1 'batvt *i  ;   - a .im••* onip.itl'  Jin ? ii** «on tin :Olney genera! n . - i ion. '  August Bl I I! a UTI Ills r*'.*    • Ti a ion    a  Fqui al    h KH    ^  Un "'ar*!* *1 'o ' !r*»x • bt. I    flax *■ not    P  any a* I    em Ii •    '    ’ • n  I ' sit n*uion or * ’ ;  *  1  tax e not t - el v ♦ cl a ii * if th I* iter ti in \  an uistii .rn * fab < n I mb i nil* at ion ol  •t  pi  4*  rn  PAUL VV. ALLEN,  Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.  Horses Boarded k\ l^ay or Week. Satistiieti"n Guaranteed.    Hest    of    Servi  Allen Livery Barn  Sou til T"'vii‘'T-; Ave..    i    *    <»ce  h ji ii ’ he re-1 sue of fund xx i rants  - - hot' ,f Ila  Hunk < m*tiler S,,rr«*n*l*r*.  Buffalo, June 24. Fred It. Green, outlier of th* 1'redonia National hank oC Fredonia N. Y.. for the arrest of whom a warrant had been issued. Friday surrendered himselt and gaxe bail for a hearing. The hank was closed by the comptroller <>1 the currency on Monday. The warrant charge** Or**T. with b ing -exeral th m-und dollars short in his accounts.  Wood in rn In,lorn# N**w Vnrk W##tln».  Milwaukee, lune 24. The head camp id th*- 'lod* rn \V<K)dnten ot America bas indorsed th* plan bu a fraternal conure;s to I e ii* 1*1 scam in New York for the purpose of bringing to the at-t*-ntion of the public the advantages of ; fraternal insurant es over old line in-; tm ranee.  (.«> r in xii s i,, |. xx u « I’m sen t.  Man id Jun* IM -\n * ti ’* r of a I'Tit * is h cg mer rn 1  vims' th* A lv  <» ink d press from ibm;. Koiq lh.st > mn ti*-flTn.-iar. . uxilliar’/ truism Dnieper ,aptured iii*’ Rritinh .-t* annu < btl hamia. th* i -hit! f -si . t< K was pi*'-int. n: in if] i in with th- yes sulk of Xii mlral Koiestv*!* y  1  tP*t, ..id later necon.pani* *1 Un p and its ,-cu t in the direction < I Vladixostok. Th* np hamia, laden with a • argo of hero. jp-oniunt t a -en 'or YoUkalshi \ as <a| tni*d by th"  Dneip* » on May K*. it *m May !’7, was t'*« a I tux ,1 bv la pa Tit ae warship?' and tab * nto S;o* bo  n c >nn*‘<' a n ' ..lid rn ll* ra I (Ti ie Pa i" s  Among ( hose in*ii"'e*l art* Ben jam  !1  (krill* rt. the * niteu Mates inai'shsil. Tho Johnson of th*’ (’hit knsaw nation. Kirby I' irdoin. pres. Pue of the ‘'iii'  ‘aw bunk In T ishomingo, anti the in Pix i ,1 na I members «u the finn of Mansfield Mi Murrey ,x (’ornisli. Th** Kit -lei is lh* law '-Tm wit tell recently received a lee of *7~.(HM"Hnr ils s.-rxi*'*' it) the (’hoi law end (!h ink usa xx nations • t was ass* Tied ti the Interior de-iuveafigation showetl tbat vagrants had been duplicated to the extent of from $ll»0,Oftu to f.'OOja'O. Sonic **f these Warrants are h**lt! In St. Ennis ami others. In Fames ( i'x.  ot i a*' stat*’ anil  r  h*  :i on*  f o - nforee  sn Pl Fi ida \  , a dir* ior of - uran- e socielx xx i (’bx eland on I UT'-n notified that ti*’ » n on nix Ii * said. am know bd gem* n* !»-\ ‘‘land  ii glade «»» I'pc *r young*  I. Xxv* > via: - pr flu rat ary lr sc. faci’! j y* ot ex re* me need •na I ist s, hmoiI ’library*, <’.**-int society ha!is. arg'> -ryni-\i in anti atli: otic park, t iPass boar*! vv itll baths, trie lights. Refining I st inn in ti ne net s. Next on ojHMis Sept *», IVO.**.  Addr  PRESIDENT AUSTIN COLLEGE.  I'.'xa:  Another s|H,i(;lit,'r :it I.,»,!/.  I»<lz, Flessian Poland. June 24 bloody coll mien P‘ 5 twe*n • crowd cf people «*;*'• ar red Many people were i.illed.  A merl, Hii« Kobl»r«l ii* St- l'rterf)t»i.r«  St.  1  ‘* t< i>burp, Jun* 24 'Hiedore S. i ! 'arilne. of New Y* • 1< ami -* vt ral other pile* is at th* Ii* t« I do I Europe ha* I cen lob'-ul of all t ba ir va Ina blea. Mr. UarRng loft a diamtnd iH-eklncc and quite a sum «' money. Subsequently tin- mill; < van diFeovind ir a pawnsbc-p. With the bx.-idance **f the An.eiJean < lr.hasay * ff< ids are now ildiers arid a j making to recover the stobn property, here Friday. ' Comdderablo mystery surrounds the robbery.  S|»>* I ii' a Ne* €'**1*11***!.  Madrid, June 24 King \lfonso Friday approved lh** new cal*iud. as follows:    Premier    general, Montero  Bios. ministei of the interior Senor Garcia Petro:    ministei    *<f    for*    ign  affairs. Senor Sam lie, Roman; minister of finance. Senor I rani/.; minis!* r of war. Gen Weyler; minister of marine, Senor Villanueva; minister of agriculture. Senor Uomunoncs. minister of justice. Senor (lonzalez Pena; minister of public instruction. Senor Mellnrdo.  New York. J un* I \ t*nti*>n xxii dire* ted I*' ii’*' Pi* t ilia bun k 1  K*|uitabb* 'ff'a'U'.- iii* ntioued in  ! ! -    •  ji-I I ot State Sup* (i ut* pdent »* I ln>ur Mice ll* mil id,** is dr.i" :ng saint i' -lur the last five years no long* r aetiv*'l> conn. 1 * ted "lib the eon | .u > i:. \v. Lampl it appears in th* repot I ax medical director wiili a -alatx ot “^r*."*'** a x *ai ll* .lied thirtein months a;;**, and yet. a* «'ording to ti" table, hi^ salary "as paid ibis year and Into. Edward (’into "he figures as a medical dii(«doi at IlY.nno a y»*ar. resigned that position « ii hte* ii months ago (.corge ii So lir* xx ho is now a director «>t the company is » 1  * *" ti on (he  :ic t as financial manager at $12.-cO(* a y* ar ulthoiii.h ll. ll. Winthrop succeeded 'lr Squii*’ as tinam jai manager many months ago- J* I* lairing i< r* conk *1 as i registrar with a salaty *-t $’.,;.(»( a ye- r. Mr. lining ceased to p* * foi in I hi Riff ive •tii , i"s of the r« gis-I rat ship in April, Lriiff  Dot. Folk im Knitii, kl.  Covington. i<^/, Jum *24 Jo.-eph Wk Folk, gox* tm ir of Mil ump pxri-e before all in Wy* us of th K* utn ky Bat as?o< iaticn and a * rot *! ol *2,0<(0 olia f persons in the i/Piary a lit*’: .urn. on The Reign of I a" . ’ Thursday night. Mr. Folk xxas gT€***tell rn*'-t heartily.  f Modei Bakery  • • • •  h nm* rv Hi ill if *. r p(i(l to eat alyvdvs ini tta>i*t fit tti0 Mod*‘l Btikery. Bread. I’akes. I( xrokies, i’andies, Kto. See him om»osite the po-toftice.  The Ada National Bank.  INO L. HARKIMCER: Vice President ORVILLE SNEAD. Asst Cashier  TOW HOPE. President.  FRANK JONES. Cashier.  Capital Stivk, -    •    •    *  Undivided Profit-. -    -    *    -  Blanks'Furnished and Remittances Made merit on I own Uots.  - $5(VH)D.0O - 20,200Utf >  to the Govem-  Ai)A, CHICKASAW NATION, IND. TEK.   

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