Get 1 more page view just for clicking
to like us on Facebook
Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - July 26, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma You Should Strive To Be a Thoroughbred. It Is Better To Be a First Class Simer Than a Second Class Saint In These Bags tithe gfoa evening Jtetos VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 116 ADA, OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY ——— ' """ " " — mm Plans of Big Waterworks Plant Now Before City Commissioners Prohibition Aid To Strawberry Market They Say ll IN PEACE TREATY Btll JOHNSON AND BENHAM, CONSULTING KMilNEKIW, MAKE COMPREHENSIVE REPORT TO THE (TH'. Mr. Webster L. Benham, of Kansas City, one of the firm of John-6 Benham, of Kansas City and S IEK RECESS Gov. Robertson to Speak Here at Confed. Reunion son HEV. HAM SAYS WOULD WAR WAS WON BY THE FIGHTING SONS OF l‘lUIIN(i FATHERS. By th** AMoemted I’rws PHI LADELPHIA. July 26 Pro-1 hibition indirectly produced an extraordinary condition in the strawberry market this year. Prices went higher than e\er before because a Chicago packing; BOTH THE SENATE KIHN RELATIONS TEE ADJOURN LABORS. AXD FORINO! METTE EIR New York. and one of the best ; | lKr( >MMEXDED THAT tT>MMlT- known firms of consulting engineers ; in the United States, arrived in tho 1 city yesterday. This is the firm which the city commissioners some time ago asked TEES WORK OX IMPORTANT MATTERS DURING QUIET PERIOD. theme , - By the Awk** ii*tell Pre** Evangelist Ham discussed aa his house opened what was said to be WASHINGTON, July last evening “How not to the largest fruit preserving plant reap what you sow.” He took tor [n the world in the htart of the his text these words from Proverbs strawberry district of Delaware and 28:13. “He that covereth his trans- tbe eastern shore of Maryland and but bought the product of great berry producing fields virtually without regard to cost to meet the tremen- gressions shall not prosper, who-so confesseth and forsaketh his sins shall obtain mercy.” His discussion took into account God s just method of dealing with sin In subjects of grace, aud we give below some suggestions as to his message. “Since we know that we are all sinners we grow careless, but God 26.—Shantung and reservations continued in the spotlight of official discussion today iii both the executive and senate circles, though so far as surface developments were concerned there was a lull In the peace grants no indulgences. That is a to thirty-seven cents trick of Rome practiced for the pur- consumer never pose of Ailing the treasury. Against thirty cents this season. Strawberry this notion Martin Luther thundered syrup for flavoring soda water forms opposition as he propounded his merly sold at sixty-five cents a gal-dortrine of salvation by the grace ion is now quoted at $3.50 a gallon of God. Protestant churches are Farmers are elated. Main of guilty of a practice just as vie- them made an average of $1,000 an tolls when thev continue in their acre on their strawberry crop and fellowship prominent men for the they are looki.g forward to big pro- sake of .he financial support they f.ta ne^yea^ strawberry give the churches. “Grace does not belong to the perfect exclusively, but no sin ever goes unpunished. All sin must be judged and confessed. The first judgment for sin was in the ignom-nious death of Christ on the cross. In his death all sins were judged. But the guilty must judge their own sins. If you refuse to hear God’s messenger and judge your sins, a calamity may have to come upon you to bring you to your knees. You who do not judge your sins do not appreciate the love of dous demand for ice cream and soft treaty fight. Both the senate and drinks produced by the “dr> per- the forei> , n relations committee had ‘"straw berries that normally sold J adjourned until Monday and Pres-for from five to ten cents a quart idem Wilson had no republican were snapped up at from ,h ‘ rt > senators on his appointment list to-; The price to went below day. AIR SHIPS WHI FLY IR ABA TOMORROW The Win, L. Byrd Camp Confederate Veterans are making great preparations for the forthcoming state meeting and reunion to be held here August 26, 27 and 28. Among other entertainments offered are some of the best speak-j ers in the state. The committee on By th® Associated Pre** arrangements has invited, among to make and submit a complete re- WASHINGTON, July 26.—House, others tbe governor of the state, and port and plans looking to the con-J majority leaders have decided to he has assured them that if he is ^ruction of a modern and ade- propose to the senate a five weeks in t]ie state, and if it is at all pos- .iiiit*. waterworks system for the recess of the house, beginning next sible> he will be here on one of the week. Every effort in the mean-, days of the reunion and make an city, including a new pipe line from will be devoted to clearing the address. The governor's letter to Byrd’s Mill spring, the necessary blander. The plan contemplates! the committee follows: improvements at the spring and a that hearings on tariff, railroad “July 21, 1919. system of mains and storm sew- aud marine matter, war department j .. Ho n. Abe Crow, . I,, „;*i- Instruction* and similar committee ‘Hon. C. G. Neal, ers within the llm.t. or the ci y. wor fc continue during the recess. ‘ Hon. R. C. Roland, It has been known for some time pj oor Leader Mondell held that at-! “Ada, Okla. that the equipment at the spring j tendon could be better concentrated “Gentlemen: bad shape, that the steel on these matters if the house was. “Let me thank you for the kind not in session. There were indica- ! invitation to be present at the old dons today that senate leaders might soldiers’ reunion to be held at Ada object. the 26th, 27th and 28th of August ------- and to as sure you that if I ain in the state I shall be present. I shall IB STRIKE PESI \Y VII CURSED COUNTRY THREATENED WITH WIDESPREAD STRIKE. MANIA AFFECTING ALL TRADES. By the Associate*! Press BERLIN, July 26.—Employes to the number of thirty thousand of Siemens-Schubert Co., Germany’s largest electrical firm, struck yesterday. A general strike of metal workers is expected today. Telegraph workmen and mechanics struck yesterday and a long threatened strike of lignite miners also began. season was over. sent their employes to other work and closed the factory. was in I main laid to the spring several ' vears ago was eaten out and that the lines in the city were not adequate to take care of the city with its present population. The engineers were asked, for' this reason, j to make a complete report of the I city’s needs, not only for the present but for twenty years to come, j with the idea of calling an election STOLEN LAST NIGHT Ada will be entertained tomorrow afternoon with airship flights by an Ada boy. The plane arrived here this morning carrying Lieutenant Faucher and Corporal Roy L. Wax. Mr. Wax is an Ada boy. the son of S. H. Wax. He saw several months service overseas and TWO OIVORCE CASES FILED THIS MORNING and voting bonds, if possible, to se- Two more divorce cases w’ere Allure money with which to build | vd m the district court today. This the system. makes seven during the past three Th** engineers have been work-1 days, while only four marriage li- ing on the report and plans for -nearly sixty days, and when the when writer heard them read and saw endeavor to so arrange my affairs that I can attend. “Nothing gives me greater pleasure than to assist in any way in honoring the old heroes of the war ber ween the states. “Respectfully, “J. B. A. ROBERSON, “Governor.” FINAL FLASHES. By the Associated Press BERLIN, July 26.—Disorderly conditions in Strassburg, the capital of Alsasce, were reported in advices reaching here today. Sanguinary conflicts between French military forces and civilians are alleged to have occurred. discharged re-enlisted in the air the prints and plans flashed on the service about twro months ago. He screen at the city hall last night, told the News reporter this morning he made fu|ly aware of the that they made the 150 miles from, censes have been issued. One divorce case flied today was j that of Minnie Atkeson against her husband, L. B. Atkeson. Mrs. Atkeson states that they were married November 23, 1911. They have twro children, Fete, aged 7, and Harry, aged 5. Cause for divorce is that EIRE BASEBALL CAME EXPECTED TOMORROW WASHINGTON, July 26.—Announcement was made at the postoffice department today, after a conference of pilots with second assistant postmaster general Praeger that the first aviators strike in history had been settled. Six aviators who refused to take government mail yesterday have been reinstated. I),. J. R. Craig was the victim of Taliiferro Field at Fort Worth in reason tor over a months time crr&r* of God Cover thieves last night, when someone en- q(> n ,j m ,tes. They are here on a having been taken tor the work. Christ or the grace .. - ^ (ere<1 hjs Barw . e and took his Ford week ^ nd pa5S , au d of course both Mr. Benham was met at the city j Judge C. O. Barton represent* her. | Atoka. The game Th** car was missed about IO enjoying the trip. The lieuten- 1 hall by the city commissioners, a This was the case spoken vour sins and you prove have not judged them. The nearer car. vou come to God in Christ the more p. m , ^ . Will Your sins appall you. but far The thieves were very careful not havlng visited here on several dif- pose by the aw" from vour God your spiritual to take the doctor’s medicine case, ferent occasions. Mr. Wax is | merce, and also become dull to the guilt of but left it on the ground near the gpenc |i n g the time with homefolks. the^ Lions Club. building where they secured the Mr Wax 8tates he struck her, cursed her, otherwise morrow when the Ada boys tie up injured her. and abandoned her. again with the heavy sluggers from will ' " * in promptly at 3:30 p. rn. of WASHINGTON, July 26.—-Repeal of* the Canadian reciprocity act of nineteen eleven was recommended today by the house ways and means committee. Some democrats joined _ wit ii republicans voting for the repeal. but others held out for define ball game is expected to- terred action pending an investigation. The committee also voted to repeal ten per cent of the war tax on soft drinks but no record be called Several new men ears your sins. ‘ When you cover your sins you sow your sins as seed and you will reap what you sow. Sin winked a- is sin unjudged. Look on any sin w.th toleration and you sow that sin as a seed you cannot prosper, grace covers sins they are gone. His grace covers repented sins. What shall a guilty soul do? There is no grace save for judged sins Judge your sins. Two thieves died by the side of the crucified Lord, and while one railed on him, the other judged his sins to hear tilt Savior say: ‘This day shalt thou be with me in paradise.’ “No body is ever on the highway of hope until he acknowledges that •he is a wretched sinner on his way hell. Only those who die with ant iii WO ll nm ii i in ted in Ada he committee appointed for that pur- yesterday’s News where Mr. Atkeson will acquainted I Chamber of Com-! was ordered by Judge Busby to con- to the Ada team again this week IO a committee from tribute $3.30 weekly toward the; Especially is the Melding strengin- support of the two boys. They live! ened and the third base. that they will I The report was absolutely thor-1 in the Bebee country. • . j j I vote was taken. have been added WASHINGTON, July 26.—Some of This will I the President’s advisers today let it bo the second time the Atoka team be known that they deprecated the has Played at Ada this season, and action of some senators who visit- car. Doctor Craig says they heard lik ‘ e . v perform some air tricks for ough. most scientific and compre- The other divorce case filed is • h P •. the other game they I ed the White House In placing their the car when it was cranked but 1h(1 entertainment of the citiiens of hensive. and gives the city at least that of Cynthia Whitehead against; n * rtk(i the interest greater. The j own interpretations on what the when he went out to investigate th®! Ada tomorrow afternoon. They are machine was gone. The police department was notified and surround-Cover vour sins and ing towns were called but at the When God’s hour of going to press no trace of the machine has been found. TEXAS AND OKLAHOMA SOLDIERS AT DALLAS keeping the machine in the regular field at the Barringer ranch. They will return to Fort Worth Monday morning. four different detailed plans by which it can remedy its water condition and avert a catastrophe for some tim* 4 to come. The News will bei,,n a series of articles Monday in which ever phase her husband, Marion Whitehead. The Whiteheads live at Allen. Mrs. Whitehead sets out In her petition that the> were married January I, 1895. in Perryville, Ark. They have lived together sines that date as the interest greater. The i own intelpretations on men will do everything in ! president said to them in statements to win this game in ! for publication. With a view of dissolution, ake local their power order to even up the score. TEN MORK DAYS IN WHICH TO REACH of the plans and specifications will man and wife and seven children AN AGREEMENT be discussed, and will, from time were born to the union. Mrs. White-io time, print all the news avail- head claims that her husband was able on th< subject if the bond is- continually quarrelsome and abusive By th® As»oci»l«l Pre** PARIS. July 26. The supreme sue election is council at yesterday’s meeting de- commissioners. called by the city so that she could not live with him. She further states that he made no BAPTISTS SCORE AI TABERNACLE I Y By th® A*MM'i»t«l Br®** DALLAS, Tex.. July 26.— Headquarters of the Nintieth Division As- Christ are raised with him in glor>. BOC j a Gon, composed of former seisin after salvation must be judg- te to Cid cd to iii ant the Poles and Crees Another meeting was had at the effort to support their minor chil- 1 ten more days in which to reach city hall this morning at ten o’clock I dren and finally in April of this ; an agreement on the difference con- at which was present full represen-oerning Teschen. If no agreement ’ tation by all committees. At this is reached at end this time the colin- ; meeting Mr. Benham again went oil will settle the difficulty. year he abandoned her and went to A good Saturday moraine crowd Arkansas to live. She is represent- attended services today at the tailed b> H F. Mathis in her petition, ernacle. Professor Ramsay took a ed or it will dam. Repentance and faith arf* soul attitudes as well as vice men from every part of Texas and Oklahoma, have been opened here with A. J. Reinhart, formerly Salvation Army Drive Is to Come Week Aug.10-16 single acts. The judgment of your a sergeant in the Nintieth Division. sins is prerequisite to salvation. I n- ^ charge as secretary of the asso-confessed, allowed, unjudged, sins ciation wor fc of the associa- and sins committed after salvation. ^ devoted primarily to these all must bf* judged and put p Ub ij Ca Gon of a history of the di-away. lf God’s people possessed V j 8 j 0n and making plans for a rather than professed salvation there r p un | on to he held October ll at j would be a pentecostal revival in state jr a i r Q f Texas at Dallas. ' Ada and the gospel would be as Major William R. Brown of I)al-j powerful as it was in the day ofj, a8 who commanded a battalion of Paul. the 359th Infantry, will be assoc!- “Your unjudged sins reflect on ate d with the headquarters staff. God, and so it is that wicked men throughout the remainder af thej do not revere God in this city. Let summer. Abney A Harrell, has been appoint- the church rn eaten, here confest. It Is plannedI to her-, ■ chairman for the drive their sins and .hen wicked outsiders gean Keiuhar to ctnplle ^ has t8d the responsibility. WAI tremble and cry '^p.rdon.Jto; « J^SSSSr of .bf di-1 Mr Harrell states that he expects vision, as well as the location oi I to raise 15c per capita in this county into his report and plans and the proposition was discussed from many angles. Another meeting of the comm itttees and all citiiens who care to attend and inform themselves on the matter will be held at the city hall Monday morning. The engineer will not he present at this meeting. One Dollar Wage Ante by Mr. Ford Raised to “Five' vote of the denominations in the audience and found that half of the I church members present were Bap-I lists. He romped on the Presbyterians some, and the Methodists a Meat deal. He said he hoped all cussing the general treaty I President Wilson went to the cap-i Hoi today for a conference with Senator Hitchcock, ranking demo-i erat ic member of the foreign relations committee. It was indicated that the president was considering the advisability of making some statement regarding his views on the proposed treaty reservations. It was said that such statement might be made before the president starts his western trip. The president will deliver numerous speeches before he reaches San Francisco August 15th, where he will review the Pacific fleet. LIEUT. WILLIAMS RETURNS TO ADA. JUST FROM WAR While the Salvation Army Home Service Fund drive is over in many parts of the country, Pontotoc county is going in to do her part notwithstanding the fact that she is late in getting-started. \ L. H. Harrell, of the law firm of sy A I ounty TO MEN OF ADA. long as preachers put pedal concerning the pet sins of their members there can be no revival. Some of your church members are justifying themselves and putting God lo shame. There is nothing wrong with God, but the trouble is with old hypocrites in the churches. “Unjudged sins cause all wars, member graves in France. Twenty-five thousand copies of the first edition of a history of the Ninteieth. written by Major George Wythe, a former Dallas newspaperman, are to be printed and distributed immediately to members of the division and their families, he said. The history was prepared from and that he now has the work of organizing the county in hand. More details will be given in the New* from time to time. O O 6 C O O O OC COO O COO O o o - O You are invited to the tab-O ernacle tomorrow afternoon O at 4 o’clock to hear the ser- O mon to men only. Rev. Ham O will preach on “Adultery.” O and he is anxious that every O man in the city, and every O boy over 15 years of age, O make it a point to be at this O service. This sermon piom- O ises to be one of the best O Rev. Ham has yet preached O in Ada. O Lieut. C. C. Williams, who has 99 the converts in the meeting would i recently returned from overseas, , join either the Baptist or the Pres-| came t " 0 Ada Iast This is his byterian church. The Baptists, he j * ormer home. Maid, deserved them as joiners, but Lieut. Williams is of sterling, the Presbyterians needed them most. I stronK energetic Alabama stock and Following a testimony meeting en- tJl4? ki ’ nd f e n ows who do things. gaged in by scores and score* oi He waB ra i se( j an orphan boy and against the charge of libel brought people, all of whom praised the MT. CLEMENS, Mich., July 25.— The defense of the Chicago Tribune a o Q O o O'It began nearly two months ago. O Today Weymouth Kirkland, one of 0 the Tribune lawyers, stated that lit-O tie remained in the way of evi-O donee. Alfred Lucking, senior conn* O se! for the manufacturer, said he struggles to achieve , by Henry Ford is nearing the end. j evangelists a great deal and God a j great deal more, the Rev. Ham | h f 20 he located at Ada talked most interestingly on the, ? story of David and Goliath on thej aDd macle a God, and Not aa attorney. : country came, without hesitation he responded to the call of duty theme: “Faith in Circumstances.” remarkable success as When the call of his O had considerable evidence to present ; OREADNAUGHTS THROUGH and all famines. They break your hi g t or | ra | data contained in the war communion with God and rob you diary of the Ninetieth, and, accord-of your -eligious Joy. They will yet i i n jr j 0 Major Brown, will contain bring th** chastening rod of God J g§ photographs of the troops In upon some* of you. The rod of God action and many other interesting is not upon the wicked. He chant SIV KILLED IV\ BOILER EXPLOSION ON V. S. By th® Anaoniiitpd Pr®** ON BOARD THE IT. S. NEW MEXICO— (Wireless Colon) -July 26. -Six men SHIP SHIP ; via were in rebuttal. Mr. Ford, who went on the stand eight days ago, concluded his testi-0 j mony Wednesday and seizing his hat 0 and murmuring something about O •:> O O C G O OC O C C Q O O C “New York,” was away in a hurry. _____ His concluding testimony contained a defense of his son Edsel, for not becoming a soldier. According to the witness, Mr. ii AT UM I/YUKS YESTERDAY CHAMBER COMMERCE MEET MONDAY NIGHT By th® Associated Pres* ABOARD U. S. S. NEW MEXICO, July 26.—Four dreadnaughts of the Pacific fleet, the New Mexico, Arkansas, Texas and New York, were lifted successfully through Gatum locks today and rested on fresh wa- eneth whom he loveth. The Bible teaches that when you go on unchastened you are not a son but a bastard. You go en pretending to w*orship with unjudged sin in your (Continued on Page Eight.) killed today by a boiler explosion scenes of the Texan* and Oklahom- I on IT. 8. S. Melville, the naval tend-; ans while in France and with the or attached to the Pacific fleet, army of occupation in Germany, j chief of staff, captain Twining, is Most of tho photographs were taken advised. while the division was In action in j ——- ---- Meuse-Argonne and Ht. Mihlelj it will ray you to watch the Ford made some very momentous ^ decisions off hand, as in the instance of the celebrated $5 minimum wage. “Mr. Ford s first idea was to raise —----- I the pay of the men Ila day,” tes- j tified John P. Lee, a Ford execu-The entire membership of thejtive. “Jim Cousens said why not Chamber of Commerce will meet make it $5 a day, and Mr. Ford datum lake elghty-flve feet eredI by the soldier boys and went to battle for the liberty of mankind and to fight for the people of Ada and of all the world. He served in the army about two years and went over the top three tim^s, making a remarkable record as a daring, brave and fearless soldier. It is hoped that our people will not soon forget the great sacrifices made and the service rend- in the above sea level tonight. This was the first attempt to negotiate a water way with a fleet of dreadnaughts. Old battleships Georgia and Vermont joined the fleet at Colon today. world war. We are glad Lieut. Williams has returned, and we receive him with a glad hand as a patriot and a true soldier, and as a man possessed of all the elements of success. We hope that he will succeed in his pri- We had 340 ill Sunday school I vale undertakings since his re- Mondav evening al R:30 o'clock at I said 'all right.' That's all there was last Sunday, which was a conoid-j ’urn, as he did in the servic conaid-'to it.” arable increase over the Sunday be-1 country Let’s make it 4 00 at the the drives. Want Ad columns of the News. the Tabernacle. Important erections to come up. Be there. Your interest may be Involved. fore. Let a Want Ad get it for you. ! F rst Baptist this Sunday. 7-25-2:' a Want Ad get it for you.
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 155+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.