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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 30, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma HIE NEW* «>i \ KS I BE \E\\s v\ HILF I > N f ti I THE ADA EVENING NEWS. THE NEWS DELIVERED AT loc PKK WEEK VOLUME I DEVOTED TO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORE PROGRESSIVE CITY ADA, INDIAN TERRITORY, MONDAY EVENING, JAN. 30 1905. WATCH NUMBER 275 FOR RESOLUTIONS AGAINST THE INJURIOUS STEWART DILL CHITWOOD, THE TAILOR, FOR UP-TO-OATE CLOTHING, NEXT TO POSTOFFICE. SPECIAL SALE! t inning EDN ESD A FEB. 1st. o/vfpp/cf s/wr&s//- !»/ I v I '»f 7 VI/ SM T M/ w VI/ VI/ VI/ VI/ VI/ VI/ VI/ to I lie following resolution and protest a*rain<t th© passage of the Ste wa 11 bill was passed in its entirety at the Good Roads Con* vention held at Muskogee last week: I Whereas, the Indian Territory I is a subject of much proposed I legislation vital to the interests of j its entire people, and being en* j timely without representation, poice or vote; relying upon the | friendship and wisdom of the represent Rives of sister communities, this convention composed of delegates representing the people of Indian Territory, deem it proper in behalf of such people, lo express a feeling of obligation and gratitude. Therefore, lie it resolved, that the thanks of one half million people, desirous of the rights and duties of citizens of a state, are hereby expressed to the patriotic men in congress who are cham pioning our cause in the advocacy of the immediate passage o equitable statehood legislation. it further resolved, that we ear nearly protest against the passage of what i* known as the Stewart bill; its provisions as a whole are harmful a»*d injurious; it being the calm undivided judg ment of the convention that the enactment of this bill into law would bt* harmful indeed by engendering strife and contention with no adequate court of appeal in short it is unnecessary and un-American. H. G. Raker, Chm. ( has. McPherson, Sec. A certain core lur all kidney, blood and bladder diseases* and every form of rheumatism. Pin* eule* relieves backache and kid ney pain* permanently. If you need such a remedy let us show you the wonderful Pineule*. Clark Drug Co. *\v- PAUL W. ALLEN, Livery Stable. NEW HORSES    NKW    BUGGIES Travel well.    Look    well. IL I-. I    Satisfactory    Service    Guaranteed. |_M Allen Livery Barn ~o | Model BaKery.... *** f Everything good to eat always on hand at the • Aludel Bakery. Bread. Cake*. \'U^, Cookies. • w    Candies,    ht<».    See him o»i»osit,H the postoffice. • I.:!:..): KLINGER, Prop. PHONED 124.    • WOIM KOU IKE f 11,000.000 ‘ OPPONENTS OF STATEHOOD 'HEAD ON COLLISION WILL ALLOW A VOTE NORTH OF ARDMORE Washington, Jan. 3“ Early this week Senator Beveridge, in charge of th^ statehood bill, will make another effort to secure an agreement to vote on that hill, awd the present prospect is that he appeal will not be made in /ain. The opponents of the bill generally express a willingness to allow the measure to be di* posed of, and they go so far as to May Giat if there is objection to ii anting the time it will come from some of the supporter'* of the bill. I he day for the vote i* not vet absolutely decided upon, but prob ably will be some day ti.a rr WEATHER PRECAST. Indian Territory : Tonight and I uesday, *ncw flurries. Temperature. File big thermometer in front of the News office registered today as follows: At S a. rn..    09 ~ Ardmore, I. T., Jan. 30.- A j head on collision occurred Sunday j NJ Carry and the Chorus Girls. about 11:50 o'clock fifteen miles I Oklahoma City, Jan. 30. — Mrs-north of Ardmore on the Santa Carry Nation reached this city Pe between passenger train No from Earl boro Sat urday, coming 19, due here at 12:Sn, and a j in on a Choctaw train. The freight train, second extra No. members of the Hoity Toity com* 36, in charge of Frank Sadler, pany were on the train and had a Tile trains met af a curve.    lively seance with the Kansas Fireman Cosset of Gainesville joint*smasher, who handed out FOR TOOR EYES? Don’t neglect them or wear poor glasses. C. J. WARREN, the Optician, Will ■    Fit    You    Right. ^EYES ^ _ TESTED ^ FREE J was killed and Fireman H arri son Vt 3 p. rn.. ~    ~""1    1    ^ Ic bu rue were severely hurt as were also a number of passen Bank is Looted    gers. South McAlester, 1.1'., Jan.30.1    ^    **    sa,d    that    Inith    engineers The Farmer* and Merchants saw !l allision wa* inevitable and t bank at t ana hau, nineteen miles quickly reversed their engines. “OIL & TO BURN.” And why not hum Eupion f There is none better. Awk your merchant Lo give von the EUPION OIL. FOR SALE BY- K. s. TOBIN, JONES & MEADERS. LI TTI E BROS.. W J. BAUGH, REED A JOHN-I dx ANI) M. L. POWERS    .«    *    j, W. T. MARTIN Agent Waters Pierce nil nnmrunw * * advice to the chorus girls in large after the present legislative week.    f    .      '    i» ft ... •    ,    .    * tf#or.u j (    ,    ‘    ‘    city,    wa*    looted    ‘‘re*a jumped, escaping ser After a day for a vote i" named <,♦. i    .    !    •    , I oat u rd av    morning about 3 lous    with    the    exception    of a I u I VI discussion in the Senate will be    ti    r j i , i    .    ,    PC,CK k 1 he safe was b own and confined largely to the consulta i *1 onn ■    .    Hnn r j    ..    i pl,o<H) in cadi taken A few nom of amendments Hie liquor k,11If..    , \    nonrs later two unknown men prohibition amendment    wi    re    «•«,., r    i    3    ,    . were found dead alongside of the ceive special attention.    ^ii-v.i    *.    l „    railroad    ti ack.*    near ( The opponents of fhe    bill    will    Thev bud K    r»    i I he.\ «iH<I been    shot    and thrown endeavor    to    secure    the most 0ff filP rrain    v    ,    . i    .    j on nit 11 ain .'o id en ti ti en. finn change* possible. They will . . •    .    ^    ,    ‘    I marks were found striae to get four new Mates, but in the end, if necessary, will be satisfied to have Arizona elimi j111*' UiU,h r*>onery, an( rated from the    measure.    probably killed    by a    confederate 11. i* tielieved that they the bank and Conductor Dan O’Brien of chunks and even persuaded one of the peaches who |>o*e for the delectation of the baldheaded row to buy a copy of her latest book. A I*uliman conductor on the train related that a few days ago, when Mrs. Nation was coming through Indian Territory she spoke to a fellow passenger, saving, ‘I congratulate you people here on having no saloons ” Just then the train pulled into Karl boro and, happening to look out the window she saw a flaring *ign, hirst ( hance Saloon.” Raising her hands and glaring in liniment rage she shrieked, “First ( hance Saloon—Go (»o**et. In some manner he was I struck in th** chest The saving of the passengers was probably due to the fact that the speed of the trains was con siderably reduced when the collision occurred. Both engines were demolished Two tanks of oil and one or two cars of mer CALIFORNIA AIRSHIP MAKES SUCCESSFOL TRIP were connected with I    *wo cars OI mer- rirsi v nance Saloon-Go to rubbery, and were I , nd|w .w<*re wm*ked* wh*le the j hell!” Ear I boro is the first town front end of the baggage car was in Oklahoma after crossing the ode rata 1 H.*.*wxlL    ia____________• ... RUSSIANS ARE BEING HURLED AGAINST JAPANESE Tokio, Jan- 30 — Die Ru*sians Another detachment dislodged are mashing about 65,000 troops a regiment of infantry, a brigade I It a I ....    I      Ca    it    rf on the Japanese left and bom barding the left flank and center Small forces of Uu*sian* are at tacking all along thi* line The Manchurian headquarters1 of the Japanese army reports that on Saturday* tin* Russians connected the right and center armies, following up the bom bardment with attacks which the Japanese immediately repulsed. In th** direction of the left wing a Japanese detachment was victorious at ( hen Ohiehpao, and occupied Liutako and Lichiawo-pengon Saturday, the Russians retreating north ani east. Tho Japanese occupied the in fantry positions southeast of Heokoutai on Saturday, and are now assaulting the main position* of cavalry and twelve guns occupying Haorhpao, five miles south of Ueikoutai. The Spitter is a Nuisance. Spitting in public places is something more than an offense against the laws of cleanliness, as we are reminded by the fact that the Pennsylvania Societ\ for tin* Prevention of I ipierculosis intends to urge the legislature at ll ai i is burg to make the practice a misdemeanor Promiscuous spitting is a menace to health, and the sooner the com minify understands the fact and compels those who* practice this filthy ha hit to refrain from it. on walks or floors tin* bettor it will be total! concerned.—Enid Eagle Try a sack bran 85 cents at Gray sprain house    w-4|-tf demolished. Ex pre-8 Messenger Fitzgerald had a narrow escape. Engineer McKensie was caught under the debris, but was soon rescued. I be exact cause of the collision is not known. The passenger train was running on schedule time, while the freight train was late. I raffle was delayed several hours. The health and fragrance and strength of the great pine forests are condensed in Pinnules, a new discovery put up in a new way A cure for all kidney, blood and bladder disease*, backache, him-bago an I every form of rheumatism. Pineule* rid the system of impurities. Clark Drug Co Have you seen Walsh's Special sewing machines af $15? They are beauties and will stand all kinds of wear.    w    41-if One of Ring’s Dyspepsy Tab-lets after eating even if you can eat but little, will digest the little you do eat, and cure indigestion dyspepsy, sour stomach, belching and weak heart. ( lark Drug Co Aldrich A Rinard have a car of red seed oits, also a car of <’orn and millet seed at K C store hast Mam St,    gt    i territorial line. Dead Body Found. Marble City, I. T„ Jan 30.— The body of an unknown man wa* found near this city Saturday afternoon. The stranger had evidently been assaulted, as there wa- a bullet hole through Ins brains. The liod.v was found naif buried in a bed of leaves and evidently had been d.-ad some time. W hen found there was no mark b.v which lie could be iden tided. When Dreams Come True. A farmer had a dream He dreamed that he had raised a thousand bushels of wheat and he was happy over the fact I hun he dreamed that he sold his wheat for a dollar a bushel and bis happiness was great But now he dreamed that he sold it to a thousand different people, a bushel to each person, and that nobody had paid him and he was sad. When he awoke it w*s broad daylight and leaping out of bed he exclaimed to his wife Rebecca I have had a solemn warning and I know the meaning of it. I am going right off to town and pay the printer tho d< I-I Gr I owe him for the paper.'*— Los Angelo*, Cal., Jan. 3a -Roy Knabenshue. tho aeronaut, ma ie a successful flight in Capt. Baldwin's airship, "Tho California Arrow " Sunday afternoon J*t ( hutes Park. Knaboshue was $30,000 Richer. John \\. Haas, a fanner, living near Asher, is $30,000 richer than he was fifteen days ago. \N ord was received some days ag** that John VV. Maas, of Ada. I. in flight about forty five minutes TV'7    ***'    °\Ada' L j •    , . , J Uiiuuws, I.. had won a prize of $30 000 during which time he circle-! , but just win. he wa- not learned within a radius of about one mile]    today. of the park. executing all sorts of    I,HH"    i>;    a diddle aged man, maneuvers with the big aerial I ‘8 J* ,c'V.ze of *,<>'towatomie emit. returning finally and land | to be'‘not "rich “in woridHg^f mg within the inelorure of the but thi, windfall will put him on baseball grounds, front which he ^w*t in good shape. had started. The weather was He has been a frequent visitor perfect for the experiment with !'* ‘i"' '(.’"n and most of i ± ... c •    .    trading hero. just the faintest suspicion of a j southwest breeze blowing. ('apt. Baldwin had fitted the' Oil Found at Choctaw City. Ar ow with a new and more per I Oklahoma City. (>k.. Jan. 30 _ feet- motor, and Munday this im Thorm    *    * port ant work of the mechanism Choctaw 0^7 sixt^n'^T11* ^ worked to perfection. The new "^ ,1'r T l    ***' motor gave great impetus to the: ootrolcu’m h    °Ver^'    of profiler and this apparently |Ta,Tng d, L    ^ '* made the big cigar-shaped balloon discover!-    Sm.W>    *hft much ea-ier to handle. It re-    " JUmp"d »ponded readily to ever, turn of    me'' Vi*'Ue- the steering gear and was driven  r     ==- in every direction at sharp angles as tile a« ronaut desired. At no time did the *hip rtie to aheight of more than 1,500 fe«t and the manipulation of the Ea^T BOUND TRAINS, mechanism of the airship ty the No. 510    Meteor    5:30    p    m opeiator was plainly risible to the    ^astern    Exp.    9:39    a.    in. spectators below.    I    No. ;>4'J Lx>cal freight, 4:i*5 p. in. ——  -WEST BOUND CK X I NS. ManZan is the pile remedy that I No. 5o9    Meteor    8:34    a    rn lie aches the spot and stops all pile1 No. 511    Texas Pa-s    8:25>    ii    in’ whh Wi^n m ,i-*f v”u    WI    Local    Freight 7:15 a iii. protruding' n'ol !?’    ,,r    LoCl*'    train, crrv enpfiH lr P P1'®® and want to be passengers or.vil.-d wi h per T*"?’    ..'.lo,    th. Chrtiy'S. ."- I— 'Til v '    ••    I    A*    McNujr, 4gQ0t. time card. Ada, Ind. Ter ;