Ada Evening News, August 12, 1919

Ada Evening News

August 12, 1919

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - August 12, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma The Motion Picture Moves the Heart to Half-Divine Emotion—Causes Thought and Tears, the Pensive Smile and Rollicking Laughter tee evening jSetosi ADA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1919 THREE CENTS THE COPYRailroad Shopmen Return to Work In Droves; Trouble Is About Over WE UIS IHE I Winners i the Big Race of Life Subject Today IU: 11 IIN IO WORK IS SLOW IV ( MU'VOO IMT OTIIKR SI I I IONS OBI \ I L MO RS Gospel Meeting on East Main St. Grows in Interest FE AT VK KS OF COVENANT HF SAYS WHICH, AS AX AMER* lOAN, HK CANNOT AtXTSTT. LED KY SOCIALISTS WHO PROTEST AGAINST ARCHDUKE JOSEPH BI01 TIMING HEAD OF GOVERNMENT. A great crow d of busine^ men and their people gathered at the tabernacle this morning from IO to ll to hAar a stirring sermon by Evangelist Ham. The audience also voted with practical unanimity favoring closing all stores, offices and    —— Places of business four mornings this <h# A^cul,„1 frn, week during the hour of meeting at the tabernacle. The theme of the sermon this MAKE GRONNA AND (LA NI/ATI ON BY SENATOR LABOR OHLE AD ERS IN WASHINGTON. By the Aassxiaied Pres* WASHINGTON. Aug. 12.—Describing the league of nations as a deformed experiment on a noble pur- ,    ,    ,    m    —    — ’c  ----—    infill    III    (fivirai    a^aiuot    tm    vvuj»    >• pose, senator Lodge, chairman c read passages concerning soul win- p^aj    Archduke    Joseph    be came head of the Hungarian govern senate republican leader. in the senate in a speech today that Brother Phillips last evening took up the work of the Holy Spirit and discussed it in his able and interesting way. This sermon was rather introductory to other sermons on the same subject to be delivered this evening and tomorrow evening. “As a people we believe that the Holy Spirit is Instrumental in PRAGUE. Aug. ll.—A large, but orderly demonstration occurred here today. It has been led gener-morning was How to IU* W inners ally by the social democratic ele-in the Big Race of Life." Rev. Ham ment in protest against the coup d the foreign relations committee and ning and then gave Paul’s picture declared of the Christian life pictured in terms of a race. He spoke as fol- .    lows: there “are features of the cove nant which, as an American, he the Greecian games. He was re*r could never accept, creating, not a cd in a university town and had seen ment. Fears are expressed that the react ionarv element in Vienna will “The great apostle has in mind SOQn join forces with those back of will return to work at 8 o'clock ~................... 11' "    «***•-    Archduke Joseph’s ascendancy and uhis morning, agents of the road will amalgamate the Austrian and J wprp immediately instructed that By News' Sfwcinl Serviee ’ CHB!ACIO, Aug. 12.—Only a few! .*f (he sinking railway shopmen FIGHT have returned to work since yes-| terday. and those in plants near! j tin* city seem determined to holdj |out against instructions    from    the    —    - I international officers of    their    or-*    By the    AKROciated    ,,revS ganization, hilt thousands    are goings    WASHINGTON,    Aug.    12.—De- hack to work m other parts of    the mauds that changes be made in the the conversion of souls, but as to government wheat standards under! how its work is done come out and V    __    the price guarantee act. "so as not j hear. We will be glad for you to ,,    to penalise every grower of wheat," ; come and learn what we believe con- OK1.AHOMA CITY, Aug. 12.—Vol- wa8 made in a statement prepared cerning this great subject. We sin- eerily believe that thousands of honest people misunderstand the work of the Holy Spirit.*' Brother Phillips is a preacher of splendid ability and always has a »« u ss I •    vv/trfh I message well worth hearing. He has Mrs. M. K has of hoi I W orth, a wonderf„, gra6p of the truths of I cxas. who arrived here the latter scriptures, and it is both an in-part    of last    week lo    attend    the j tellectual and spiritual treat to hear services lowing the annotine ee milt yester.] by Chairman Gronna and represen- day afternoon that all employes of the St. Louis A San Francisco railway who have been out on strike tatives of farm organizations, and approved today by the senate agricultural committee. league of peace, but an alliance, em-    £uo"    had    »”|?rn    “whlTwlU    the embargo on the lines will be    ^    of    her    grand_    him.    Large    congregations    are    listen- bracing many provisions for a war &l8Q sppn thenl win the race and re- becom€ the center of autocratic pro- withdrawn and beginning tins mother, Mrs. M. J. Bennett, return-! in* intently to his sermons, and you covenant. In its present form it ce\xe a wreath of fading flowers pagan(ja jn central Europe.    morning all freight would again he Cfi home this morning    are    earnestly invited to join the would kill the Monroe doctrine, and leaves. He then said I. too, nullify anv poas.billty of with- *™ in * ««*•' »nd he *    ,    purpose to win a crown mcorrupt- drawal. impair the sovereign pow- iblp er of deciding domestic questions/*    The successful salesman must and “plunge the United States into get orders. Insurance success lies and conflict on    writing contracts to insure. Doc- every controversy the face of the globe Real Estate Deals W. E. Walden et ux to Simon James Milligan.........I    500 Simon J. Milligan to R. T. Russell.............. 500 W. F. Owens et ux to Willie Coffey................1400 George W. Rea to J. W. Ozbirn ................... IOO Viney Thompson to Garnet A. Kilpatrick. 280 a. in 5; 20 a. in 6-3-8. Cha*. H. Hudson und. 1-7 int. in above. Edward I. Harrison und. 2-7 int. in above. J. G. Witherspoon et ux to S. J. Sarkeys.............1000 J. P. Seed et ux to J. G. Witherspoon ............... I TX. U Snyder to T. A. Starritt. • quit claim)........... Boone Jones to Nola C. Vaden {quit claim)........... C. & C. Nations to Alva D. Coon Minallo’ted land deed) Richard Flood et a1 to J F. Thomoson............ C. M. Menas et ux to O. B. Jenkins ............... Mien Townsite Co. to O. B. Jenkins...    ...    ....... A T. Mc Anally et ux to R R Stokes............... F. ^ M. Nat. Bank. Roff to W. O. Pratt.............. 1500 G. C. Walker et ux to T. F. Perry (quit claim)....... I S. L. Van Curon et ux to Mrs. M. F. Clinkenbeard   2400 R. F. Colbert et a1 to John P. McKinley.............. 582 Dixie Field to W B. Alexander ................... 3000 Melvin* Stick et vir to Gale Statler..............2800 Bob Duncan, sheriff to American Investment Co....... 150 E. C. Threlkeld et vir to Orel Busby........  5000 Orel Busby et ux to E. C. Threlkeld................1500 STEPHENS COUNTY FAIR TO —    I aiHvepted. »»*#.*    “Although molt    of    our freight rOHlOlOC LsOWlly    engines have been retired because i for    the majority    of    the engines J!**vwytt/iv T)    f    11 /'j c? J days only one s\xit< Ii engine has A O# IHw* f    xCwfC*been    operated in    the    yards here, I believe the Frisco can be operat-X/Vi nn r f/it*    »ng freight train service on a nor- nonor    Tor    oon    hasl> witimi    a ^ or tW(C ill. G, Conley, a-dstanl general ! freight agent for this division of, congregations. tors must win health to patients and lawyers cases before they can lay claim to success. What is the test of your success* as a Christian. You are not a successful Christian    . save as you turn men to righteous-' Alfred A. Armstrong received yes-j he hrisfo, said    night, ness. No Christian is a success terday a certificate bearing the fol-save as he is a winner of souls. You j lowing inscription: gain many rewards like the wither-,    "Unled    Sates    Army ing wreath of the Greecian athlete* **U. 8. A.    A.    K.    F. and pleasures, treasures, and hon-    ’In    Memory    of ors will fade. Ultimately your sue-! "Primate 1st Class Huey C. Arm- Restrictions to Be Removed From Half Blood Miss Elsie Harrison of El Reno, Oklahoma, is the houseguest of Miss Ruth Case, 928 South Broadway, and will remain over until Thursday when she will return home. CLOSING ARGUMENTS TODAY INDICATE THAT FINISH DF FAMOUS CASE IS NOW NEAR. By the Associated Press MT. CLEMENS, Mich., Aug. 12.— Arguments in the million dollar libel suit of Henry Ford against the Chicago Tribune closed today with a summing up iii addresses of Elliott G. Stephenson for the Tribune ,and Alfred Lucking for, Ford. Judge Tucker said that he intended to excuse the jury and counsel tomorrow' while he devotes himself to preparing instructions. Thursday morning, he said, he expected to charge the jury and send it to its deliberations. PRINCE OF WALES I ANDS ON NEW FOUNDLAND SHORE By the Associated Press ST. JOHNS, N. F., Au&. 12.—The Prince of Wales landed here at noon today and rode through an enthusiastic crowd, lining two miles of the city streets, qyer which decorated arches had been erected. All restrictions are to be remount her Restriction May (Jo cd from the land of half-blood mem- “Only minor repairs are required; hers of the five Civilized Tribes, actor the majority of the engines cording to information received retired," he explained, “but owing from Washington. Commissioner to the federal regulations Ibex can- Cato Sells has issued an order to .......  _    not Im* operated until tliose defects Superintendent Gabe Parker of the cess is assured by the number    you    strong, Co. IL    141st Infantry, who    are remedied. Will the full force of    indian    Office at Muskogee directing have brought to Christ.    was killed rn    battle October 8th.    shop men hack on duty, they can    him to    forward to Washington a list “Paul was not talking about    sal*    191K. He bravely laid down his life    turn out a* mint as ten engines a    0f the    names of all half-bloods. As vation here, but he was talking    for th«* cause    of his country. His    day and we shall in* iii position to    goon as this list reaches the Wash-j about saving others. Some of    you    name will ever    remain fresh in the    gi\e good freight lieiixerx by I'oen    inpton    office steps will immediately, church members are saved, alright, hearts of his friends and comrades, tomorrow."    j he tuken looking to the removal but you are worth nothing to any- The record of his honorable ser- lite other roads running through 0f ap restrictions on half-blood vice will be preserved in the ar- Oklahoma Cilx hav been oper-1 lands, whether owned or allotted, chives of the American Expedition- ating under the minor restriction Concerning this order of the In body save yourself. It will not be much joy to get to heaven unless there are people there who were saved through your influence. If you don’t bring people to Jesus, vou have lost the race, and your ar' Forces. “JOHN J PERSHING. ’'Commander-In-Chief.” Mr. Armstrong has received 90 I 80 IOO 150 rewards will be as withering similar present from the state sign-wreaths. Some of you men have not cd by Governor Robertson and an-been * niisted in this meeting, and other from the United States Gov- *•! core i\mg freight subject    Id fan Commissioner the following delay. I Iii-, their officials ex-    telegram from    Congressman Tom    D. plained, was not because they    MoKeown has    been    received    by    the were handicapped l»\ their own    ^ews labor troubles, lint because of em-;* Washington, D. C.. Aug. 24. 1919. bargees on connecting roads. Even    V(la Evening News. these restrictions are expected to    *    okla Commissioner Sells has issued or- vet when vou come to die you will ernmt nt signed by President WH- removed to.Ia\ as xx db 'lie lilt           _ inn ol Hi.' I UM,, iMiibgrgn. only a der lo Supt Gabp parker lo send I.ax iMi tln'in railway ar.' now op. ,ist of aH ilair-blood members of realize, if not before, that soul winning counts a great deal more than a big business success. “Let me give you some of the son. Alfred A. Armstrong left here 2Sib of May. 1918. He reached ‘ France the following July. He went rules that must be obeyed by the taito the front trenches July 6 and athlete who would win in life’s big was killed oil July Mb in battle in a palm leaf in recognition of his son’s bravery and sacrifice. He was able to learn many details of the battle and also fight in which Huey Armstrong took part from one of race. The first rule is self-control Even Old Black Jack Johnson knew he could not win and at the same time spend his nights In revelings and hi adays iii vice. You must alco and his days in vice. You must also can hope to win a hundred yard dash with a bag of sand upon his his comrades who has returned. back. Some make weights of their    —---—- homes, their business, their eating, MUSKOGEE BUSINESS MKN their friends, their dress. etc. Even ACTING SUBSTITUTE POLICE iT>oa things become weights when    ---- they become stumbling blocks for By NtW Special service others. I need scarcely mention MUSKOGEE, Aug. 12.~ Fifteen card playing, dancing and the of Muskogee’s leading business and under an etui largo. These lines ()«• in it materially affect tin* freight service in tins territory, and an nnn**!t ided gateway is now the Argonne Forest. Mr. Armstrong "I" 11 *n,a*1 other diredioiti. also received a oroix-de-guerre with of all Five Tribes to Washington and upon arrival of list all restrictions will he removed on all hinds owned or allotted to them. TOM I). MCKEOWN. OHI! MIS Harrison Boards a East Train theater. Your besetting sin must be professional men are patrolling the left behind you. What is your be- streets and alleys of the city to-setting sin? I'll tell you it is un- night following the unanimous en-belief. Unbelief is the sin that dorsement by the business men of damns. The reason you do not in- Mayor J. L. Wisener’s plan to revest more in the salvation of the organize.the police department, dis-souls of men is that you do not be- rupted by the strike of the entire lieve in it. The trouble is with some force Saturday. Fifty seven men ated you business men in all the tended the meeting today and sign- longing to the Cherokee, Creek, churches, you put a dollar mark a pledge to back the Mayor and Seminole. Choctaw and Chickasaw above the value of a soul. Selling the new chief of police, even to the Indians are affected by the order More than 5.000 Indian wards of the government are directly effected by yesterday’s order. All members of the Five Civilized Tribes more than twenty-one years of age. not mentally deficient, of one-half blood or less, are removed from under all supervision and restraint by the Federal government, and their lands and other possessions held in fee by the government are to he delivered over to them. The order effects the Chickasaws. Choctaws, Creeks, Seminoles, and Cherokees with a combined population of about 100,000. Many of these have already had their restrictions removed by the Interior By th** A mort ated Br***    j    Department, but the new order will TULSA,    Aug.    12.—About two    atj(i aj least 5,000 to the lists of hundred    thousand    acres of    land be-    unrestricted citizens of the United FIVE THD! SAND HALF BIAK)D INDIANS WILL BE FREE AND GO ON TAY ROI,LR. of “walking beats/’ ISSUE FOR NEW JAIL BK HELD AT DI X< AN, OK. KO(Kjs with bum samples is a mighty extent slow go, and the samples I had    —------- By .w*>    Nervier    here when I came were bum as sure    DUNCAN TO VOTE ON BOND DUNCAN, Okla., Aug 12    aB you are born. phens County Fair will be held Run with patience. this year at the City Lark, Duncan,    W|jj Rjjp jn woo(j where the wall re-    Or New*' Special Service beginning Sept. IO and closing    q„jrog stone. W’e are compassed DUNCAN. Okla., Aug.    12.—The Sept. 13. Four days of entertain-    Hbou, {, Rr#»at cloud of witnesses.    County Commissioners of Stephens information ment and educational of Cato Sells, Indian commissioner, removing the restrictions on forty acres homesteads. Approximately five thousand half States. NO VITTI ON IN HUNGARIAN SITUATION AT By lh«> Asnocistc*! Pres* THIS TIME PARIS. Aug. 12.- Impatience It I me aine ap- hlood Indians will be added to the parent today that the peace conima rolls and they may do as they ferenee will take no further action please with their homesteads. The in the Hungarian situation until interallied military mission, _____     ,      _      was    received    from    tin    . activities whenever you preachers feel that County have been petitioned by Washington by Gabe Parker, super- which has been sent to Budapest. along all lines—baseball games you are afone 'remember that the about one-third of the taxpayers intended of the five civilized tribes, makes its report. daily and every kind ot amuse- p00^ runner is compassed about by and qualified electors to call an    -----,    - —    7    ~ ment desired—will be furnished. a    bogt    Qf    heavenly    witnesses,    election in September on a bond ........... iV,    ®*    A.    Runnion.    manager    o    * Governor J. B. A. Robertson has amj fakp romfort Looking to Jesus issue with which to build a new HEARING IN VV AGE    acj department of    the News, n- ac cep ted an invitation to attend the tjH, author and finisher of your < jurt house and jail.    I    DISPI IFS IODW turned yesterday from A wee fair and deliver an address to the faUh The path tQ nfe—fhe Bureat The amount set forth in the pe-    ------ .visit to ins motlier at mc'N mn >, people    of    the    county    on    the    Issues    r0Qte t0 thp vnA of the raco COursc    tition is    $150,000. The    county is ,h*_A“K*imt*d.Pr*“    I Texas. This was the first visit or a of    the    day.    The    Governor    will    he    WUCCf>8B jR the straight and nar-    sorely in    need of a courthouse    and bow way. The old darkey on the    jail. The    jail has recently    been    con- farm could plow a straight furrow    demned    by the state. across the field, because he fixed his    ........................ —— eye upon an object ahead and let    l*a!»or    C’-onfevince Called here September 12. WORK RUSHED ON SHAWNEE WATERWORKS EXTENSION Bv N«wV Special Service SHAWNEE. Okla., Aug. 12.- noth'ng cause him to take his eyes by Awwwm»ii<*«i Pre** off that object. You’ll he able to WASHINGTON, Aug. CHICAGO, Aug. 12.—Hearings in weeks’ duration that Mr. Runnion the wage disputes between packers has enjoyed wit ii his mother in and employe*, which will affect fourteen years. He says that her packing house employes at many 1 conking was just as good as iii tin citb** ,including Ft. Worth, Denver, 1 good old days of long ago, and his South Omaha, St. Paul and Kansas statement was evidenced by t>e ________ct    _                _      12    —The! City, began today before Federal Work will    now    be    rushed" on    the    pjow a    gtraifht furrow,    too,    lf'you    International labor conference, plan-    Judge Samuel Alachuler. A forty- waterworks    plant    and    ex-    will    keep    your    eyes    on    Jesus.    Oth-    nod for in the peace    treaty, has been    four hour    week    und    a new wage    .    .    .    .    . called for October    29th, in Wash-    of seventy    refits    an    hour are de.    week    at    Sulphur. He is    taking    ms ington by President    Wilson.    manded.    summer    \aration. $220,000 tension and on the $40,000 sewer erwise you will make a laugh inspir-extension and repair.    Ing blunder. fact that he gained fifteen pounds in one week. He left this afternoon to he gone the remainder of the In taking over one corner of The Ada Evening News and setting aside that corner as a medium of communicating with the public the undersigned is actuated altogether by patriotic motives. The good of the country demands that we speak oftener than we have been doing heretofore, and it has not been possible for us to speak every day in the week through the columns of a newspaper that has been published only one day in the week. We have therefore decided "to multiply our brain-product by six and give the country what it so sorely covets and what it so badly needs. The rank and file of our reading constituency has never been able to appreciate the limitations imposed on us by the circumscriptions of a weekly newspaper. We have mastered the intricacies of world problems and clothed them in the most gorgeous prose, only to find when going to press that the problem was already settled and the entire matter was ancient history. We have exhausted the stock of hymeneal adjectives in describing a popular marriage only to have the happy couple sue for divorce before we could get our paper to the public. We have complimented our courts on the conviction of a criminal and have been forced to cut the compliment from our forms because habeas corpus proceedings had enabled the criminal aforesaid to write a history of his life, marry an oil magnate’s daughter, and enter state politics before we could get our article into print. We have exhausted our cerebral processes in elucidating the prairie dog statute, only to learn when going to press that Campbell Russell had invoked the referendum and knocked that statute higher than Charley Chauncey can fly. In fine we have set our alarm clock at 2:26 in the morning and rushed half clad to the Katy depot only to find that the schedule had been changed three davs before and another train would not be due for a week. Therefore we have arranged for quicker service and for perpetual motion. We have taken our place in the vanguard and are already seven parasangs ahead of the dust. We have associated ourself with one who has in a dozen weeks made The Ada Evening News the sensation of Oklahoma journalism and who in a dozen months will give the people of Pontotoc county a newspaper equal to any in the great southwest. Very sincerely, LUTHER HARRISON. ;

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