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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Even Discharge Two Tuesday 'yOl'XUKST KKO l" WOKKKK TO UKOKIVK I OKCOKATIOX KKV HAM 1-OfATKS WOUST 1 SIXSKK AMOXO THK MOR- K01.K OF A1U. The worst sinner in Ada is not the murderer who kills bis man. the pambK-r who gets that which not belong 10 nun. ilio ,hler who steals his neighbors uroDcrtv tho robber who in the of night takes which ulter- oes e, who betrays and damns 0 women, the drunkard who ,1 for self and for 'the h-ulo; who Plies her trade at he of mea and women Lnd humanity. The worst he respectable. moral, upright, su- able man of influence who uses his influence against Jesus Ch is. and the gospel of Christianity. These. ire i he sentiments given b> M F Ham at the revival meeting f his wimox wn-i' mBSKNT 1.KFKXB1VK TBKATY TO SRXATB UNTIL l.ATKR Bj- ihf AsscidsKil Press July ident Wilson does not now plan to i present the defensive .treaty with Ki-ance until he returns from a tour of the country, according to a staii-menl made today at the White House. When the president presents the to the senate he will ac iiiny statement was charges made T STRIKE OK THE KIJ.D IN THK UNITED'STATES S4YS THE DIS- PATCH. By ihe Msnriiuod IVcw New York, July strike ot .aerial mail pilots -began here to- !tlay no aviator appearing to take 'out'the plane with Chicago mail, due -to start for Bellefonte; Penu., this morning. The strike, is the first of the kind p-( in ,he country. The strike follows Jj -Hie refusal, of ihe poslolfice de- partment to reinstate two pilots dis- charged for refusing to take out planes Tuesday because of fog. Bel- mom Park landing officials would clvo out no information on the; strike. While Washington and Xew ork :lir mail plane left on time, de-1 H spite the Pilots strike, the post-j with an explanatory nd-i department received no re- ipo'-s to show that any others were u Wil., made at the in a Chicaso report regarding yesterday's I whlch 3aid lhat all western division, _. i, o T n 1 t i f.i r in the senate to the ,anej, haa left ot, time. ect that the president had vio- iutention of the treaty simultaneous- Miss of Mr. of Washington. O. been decorated with C.. the who has, Order ofl OH KLKl'- ,s OCT, AND XOV 'he did not the s a m work in BelRlum tor nearb PARIS, ie new rrunuu ---_. w will be held October 12. Six banner' day of Ihe year if there _ m hp vt_ _ __ filin in to have been ,v w onlyare etion as 'who ,s the meanes-.j man in town the speaker said -There are decrees of guilt nere ind will be degrees of ve- and Ihe banneray o d for divorce filings in _, roun- e canted worthy of -cor. s _rf ,ativelv fixed for November 16th. and election ot foi' Novenvber 23. nunciren wn.j -H Sllcn u. uay ui I elected on the 12th. Municipal elec- fa Coun of Pontotoc coun- i lions and first -balloting will be NQ ]ess than five divorce pro- 1 held a fortnisM later. Election oi i u, were med. 'senatorial delegates has been ten- _u cases filcd was that iKih- ana f f T? Stewjirt bv liis next Mend Sarah I. Netties, against wife Pearl Stewart. Mr. Stewart that they were married 1 ibP" They lived together until .fiil'v IS. 1919." Stewart claims Ms wife, sold their household _ 1 J nf li n MANY AKRKSTKD A GOOD'LETTER_FROM "MACK" Mr. Marvin Brown, Editor, Ada Evening News, Ada, Oklahoma My Dear Sir and Friend: The Mexican situation has been very acute here in Wash- ington and the Correll case is attracting wide-spread atten- tion. I feel sure that the United States Government will take a course toward Mexico which would be for the better protection of American lives Uliuus -4.- ivi the neWS- McKKOWX OX pointed to' take dod's name in It Is naiim. pointed out one u, Williams sets out in 'hisi pe- Ihe one who lured him away and hll, hc lVas married a Hail- 1110 cvville Okla., AuRust 16, 1917. No BPlhc-r ho treated her oxt.eme ,he _ ol he 1 cruelty, cursed her. used vie al U1V. Of this money she has been de I opprobrious epithets in spealnns to death as well as o ut ______ u-nvt; made J. ____ i IIP could or the consideration of the treaty; iiis the Her husband was arrested some concuniritieu their nlthv mouths. You followers ,r Christ do not permit swearinp ot Limsi. in youi it. "Put an> omci H...T. vou are worse than a murdcrei the one loiv.. held him while the other man did arrested, man to testify was l. opprobrious ejiiuit-m her and in many other ways made with him iiTHhearable, Mrs. ___ ._j (._ w ,s represented b> JudRe lon 3ympathy he could oi payment to the latter 01 million dol- Hu-s damages arising from the Am lars amags erican acquisition of the Panama treat will to A swearinp fol. lne pierce Oil coi-pora- re-bukingi wllo nie men at other before Ood The men under chars? ot doing thc robbing are Krnest Delaney, 20 T. M. "Martin, 30. and ,n Jutere Go to shows on otbi are Delaney, au becn of gross negieci 01 uuv or an aituiien.i. church l old T M Martin, 30. and t Bhe lias failed to act and 'VehoTdt" praveV meeting and you. f 7 toclli, 01 year, old. llec- a true and faithful wife hrw what vour God Is. Go to a carpenter and hould aUhough he has given_ de- hT.ame o, Sunday and you show onMrmed blacksmith. The j fendant no cauBC .or h t Jehovah is not first with you, t weve with the other for such and is wllho.it. cause and after six months from of said marriage the defendant has been guilty of gross neglect of duty In that she has failed to act and true and faithful wife A rum SHEW hova T-Tot first with yo. "real Christian does not need a GodArs an tWO USl lliVIlltU men on the day -before the rob- and are held particcps cn-ml- made no statement at irlnx yesterday, and had no ,o represent them The -De- to make him pui vuu jjery ami are m-m than 1 need a to tnake Thev made ...atenient at me love my wife and little daugh- ters Crime against the nation s ,atf Pa-nts ;f ,1 i enoTgh to make you the John Crawford to defend g int. n linrd Krtftii n trouble in the premlsea. Plaintiff further states that he n owns and possesses both real ana ls represented by At- personal property of the value oi Edward j WalUer -that tne Claiming that her husband is a fugitive from justice and that he wa, not fit to live with her, MrsA L f Franklin has entered suit for nusband A-bner two days Mrs Atkeson told Judge Busby she did not want to live -with her. husband any longer. She pro- of the was killed and she Judgment in the sum of actual damages and exemplary damages. By the Awwciilted the Awwcilte LONDON. July The strike of approximately a quarter of a mil lion coal miners in Great Britain that threatened to -paralyze industry sen- erally was settled today. Other women Judge Busby also took occasion to sav he hoped they would not live together again as he was opposed ,o people so near kin marrying as 'these two had done. In Oklahoma nobody nearer kin than third cou- sins are permitted to marry. Atkeson told Judge Busby that i he wanted to help take care of his ,OVH but that, he was sick most ,r'the rime and could do no heavy j _ 1 nt At- Hwver o represent them. The -De- Ihou8and dollars: that tne bov is said to be of a good has suMclent propertj a ,ilv in Kansas and his parents b u real and personal in her pos- in i __ __ .infonfi ._ ___ HIP remalnd- nre eore fore Cod and you will f time trying to prove your love for bod. They are greatest sinners who turn reglion into .cant and formal- sinners arc those who .in aga'nst light. You peop.e m Ada have- had more Sodom, and God haters in this city are far more culpable than Rick- ed sinners in Sodom. Guilt is also measured by what a man has re- ceived. The man ot Influence is a greater sinner than the ragged vag- rant in your alleys. Brother. God will hold you responsible.for your (Continued on Page Bight.) or It is "a ts time he has over been in trouble were placed under 000 "bond each and feeing unab e both real anu IJKIOUUO.. session to care for her the remaind- er of Jier life- Plaintiff further slates and asks the court that individual property possessed V plaintiff and defend- ant be decreed to go back to cacn as before their marriage. PBKSIDENT SIGNS hjawara j. Mrs. Franklin says in' her peti- tion that they were married on May 1 1911 at Konawa, Oklahoma. The her husband left away until July, By tlio Amxx-tated Prom j wor'.c. The judge agreed Gritz Austria, July keson UQ a jail combats' occurred Tuesday evening at" Marburg, thirty-six miles south- _ ._. ,_ n lorr'P Timr -----------------at Marburg, tnirty-six IXDBrKXDKNT CROATIAN east ol- Qratz. where a large pait UUPCBLIC lhe sal.rison revolted as a result ny the l nissatisfactlon over demoDinza- PAUIS, July troops Th were killed and many points the liy i he AncticlHtcU PARIS July of mu- tiny and trouble denied officially at ins to a dlspartch via Ly tho Frcnn TJ--..! WASHINGTON, July dent Wilson today signed 'the agri- cultural appropriation bill, from. which congress eliminated the "d- _.. ..nmonl of thie day llEh-t ind rema.nitu u.---- US n. period of a-bout six years, patch The plaintiff states and alleges nmnts the facts to be that the only rea- son or motive the add. defendant had when came back n, plaintiff on the ,ro Croatian republic, according to a dta. plaintiff on day of July, 1918. was to get deferred class fl- cation under the Selective service Act and to evade military service, hov being within the age limit and _. t.nf? At several forces are fra- points the roan ternizing with Hungarian soldiers. Agram advices do not report any disorder in the capital. WKATHHR FORECAST. Generally fair, con- tinued warm, is the way the fore- caster speaks of tomorrow's weathei f the for the na today orlglnal act. iu Ujie States; He left her again after escaping the army and .she states that he now a and therefore she prays t-r- dlyorce. tlon Thiity were iuncu others wore wounded. The move- ment started at a socialist meeting where speakers advocated the for- mation of a Jugo Slav republic. P4.MS July from Agram and Gratz report the situation serious. Revolt is taking the form of a movement for separ- Iteson ixo witnoui a with the understanding that he would contribute per week toward the support of the boys. He also forbade Atkeson leaving Pontotoc county without an order from the court. outlook. Parlor. nuinu i Visit the shine parlor for ladles and gentlemen at J. W. Tailor Shop. Kntrineer Here. Mr.jor Benham of Kansas City, en'-ineer for the Benham Engineer- ing" company, arrived in the city this afternoon. He is here for the purpose of estimating the cost and helping make plans for the exten- sion of the waterworks system ot >n Oi 21 j. ing in unlis. Officers and subalterns are toarlag dnslgnias from uniforms and the army is In a general state of dissolution. Serbians are trying to suppress the revolution by use 7-'4-3t l of Surbo Croatian troops. the -_ waterworks committee of Chamber of Commerce and city com- missioners this afternoon. Their findings will be announced as soon as they nre completed.
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