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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Jf L a Wrmg tr to Imagine That It Is an Enemy to Mirth and Chee, fulness, or an Exacter of Long Faces WTHIS DISTRICT VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 110 BIG RETURNS ADA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COpY WHO LENA Rev. Ham Battered Down Breastworks of the Enemy At Great Meet Last Night URKKDKHS TO ASSIST FAIR AS- SOCIATION IX SBLLIXG STOCK TO rLKAli OFF DKBTS: FAIR M1DDLK SKPTEMUKR. Th-.> Pontoioe County Improved Breeders' Association, in session ihis morning, decided to sell ap proximately worth of stock in tho Pontotoc County fair Asso- ciation and assist the latter organ- ization in putting on a fair this taJl. The fair will bo held about the middle of September. Tho fair association is in debt o o o o' the Assocliitcd CHICAGO, July 19. Employes of the city's transportation, lines have decided, by an overwhelming vote, to strike if their demands are not recognized. Company offi- cials said today, however, that an agreement probably would be reached In a few days. Ten thousand stockyards workers are striking today, declaring that they will not return to work until the armed guards are withdrawn from the packing plants. Every engineer and his assistant in the Chicago fire department walked out Let Dance Defenders "Cut" Prayermeetings, Says Evangelist Ham at eight o'clock this morning. number about 250. They QQOQQQQCOOOOOOQO A CREED FOB MEN. BK MADE OF RUSSIAN WAR PRISONERS NOW IN GERMANY. My work is glorified by my altitude toward it. If my work is necessary, I make no apology-. Christ was born in a man- ger. Christ labored in_a shop and turned lumber into use- ful articles. I do not work for the 'money that is paid me. I work because there is a joy- in performance. I do not look at the clock. When the day is done, ..the clock strikes the hour and I go on my way. The tumult of the times is born of conversation. Where the hands and mind are occupied, the tongue is still. I exalt work because it is God's purpose. Where idle- ness lays hold of men, sin flourishes. O At the tabernacle this morning there was a good audience and a delivered "by tha Ham, He took a strong message evangelist, Rev. MOST REMARKABLE HOME TAL- KM. PRODUCTION EVER STAGED SEEN THERE LAST NIGHT. passage of scripture as a climax By. far the most important and and SUCCessful musical event ever staged the office j tne East' central' State Normal or in the city of Ada was the ical given in the col- the Holy a time on filled with talked for work of the Spirit in this the dis- pensation of the Holy Ghost. He said: 1 This is the special era of, the rt Holy Spirit. God the Father thinks, W _ _ _ _____i_ _ ___1 dreadnaughts and thirty destroyers and tenders, loading the way for 200 naval craft assigned to Pa- cific waters. Goyne. Franks, Mrs, Abernathy, Maxwell Mrs. Carrie Drenon, Franks, Ocie Goyne. Franks, and Mrs. Ida Hall, of Tennessee. All of the children were present at the time of Mrs. Coyne's death, except Mrs. Hall, who was ill and unable to leave home. The remains were brought he-re this afternoon. The funeral services will be Ijeld at tho home of Walter Goyne, at o'clock Sunday. Muilcal Musical glasses ure ordinary drink- ing glasses so tuned by their slzo and thickness that ti finger passed r'innd their lirlms produces the notes of the si-tic. Almost any ordinary air can lie produced on them, slinpl.- luiriuoules. Pickups and Jesus revealed! ______ to them that he must suffer many] things of ihe priests and elders and j __ be killed and rise again, Peter ens-Wilson Dry Goods Company sumed to rebuke him and advise against any such thing. "Jesus at once recognized the voice that was speaking In Peter. He had heard it before. So he said. thee behind 'Thou are an offense unto me. Thou; savor- ist not the things of God trut the things of the world.' So long as the Lord talked of keys and kingdom and power and glory, it was all right with Peter; but when it camo to suffering, and death, Peter want- ed none of It. But the only way to powed and glory passes by the cross. Let him that would bo my disciple take up his "cross flatly, aaid the Master. lioustful'nnd Careless. O O o o Amaral is again with O O O O O O caslon. O C O 0 O O O GO 0 O O O O o NOT HXTHl'SIASTIC. after a year's service overseas. He and his wife are located at the Koe's apartments. Mrs. Glennle -Corwin and Miss Gladys Griffith returned today from a very extended visit to friends and relatives In Springfield, Mo., ton, Columbus, West Va. O., and Hunting- boastful stage. When him he would deny him, Peter said, Asbestos Depoilts. In the Kotzoliue sound region, vest- irn Alnskn. there nre asbestos depos- tf snld to rlvnl the richest in the vorld. Asbestos, In Its natural or vlr- :ln state. Is flR white nr. snow, soft as hp softest silk and lies In long strings _... i lovers, easily torn npart with the i know they are just conductors of power, Next Peter reached the, Army after a the Lorld told" mfmt, men will 'rgers. 'Ah, no, Lord; though all should deny thce yet 1 not.' When you hear church members boasting you may llke rubber Bernard Howard .son of Mr. and Mrs B B. -Howard, arrived home yesterday with his having served a year in France. Let a Want Ad get it for you. That is one trouble in Ada. God's power as great as ever. but he has no conductors to bring It to this town. Cut that wire and all these 'lights would go out; -but Uirro would be just 'as much
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