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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             THREE CENTS THE COPY >A Auvjuoi M, Awarded Si Tribune L PRIZE GUSHER IN SOUTHERN CALI- FORNIA SCOUTS BARRELS A .1 LEAST NINE BALLOTS WERE -TAKEN ItKKOttK A OK- (1SIOX WAS I'PO.V. CLE'MONS. Mich., Aug. 15. T. MILLtOH tlOMPAKBS jury tonight awarded Henry TOTOC WITH OTHER COUN- TIES ON COURT HOUSE 1'KOPOSITION. Ada News. Ada, Okla. Dear Editor: 1 have read with interest, the j accordin items recently published in your I paper in reference to a court house I for rontotoc county. During tne eight years I have been connected with the department i of State Examiner and Inspector I have -visited, one or more ot the seventy-six coun-, tins'in Oklahoma. i Ford six cents damnges against the I Chicago Tribune for calling him an i anarchist. _ i Orvy Huleil, forman of Hie jury, said that they took "nine ballots i that I can remember." The first to Leonard Measel, THIS- WAS THE THEME OF KVAXGBHST HAM AT THK TABEKNACbE LAST EVENING. another juror, stood 8 vor of award ins some damages. A-titorncy Alfred J. Murphy, for Mr. Ford, said: 'The important, issue in this cr.se been determined favorably to s in Oklahoma. My business takes me into the plaintiff. He has beei i court houses and 1 therefore am fairly well familiar with the con- ditions that prevail in those places, ClHlUUii LIL1H, yi v i and I have noted with interest the subordinate and were not sought condition of the several counties bj. Mr Fol.d He slamls not only damages were Evangelist Ham spoke last night at the tabernacle on the subject: men do not come to Jeuss." He save replies from the Bible. He said: "There are men who have fought this revival who will not live to fight another. Calamity came to all the prominent men who opposed our work In our Fort Worth reviv- al, arid it was done quickly. Ene- mies of God and His church will I be put out of the way and that viudi-'lriglu 3peedily. Men do not stay 'away from Jesus because of any flaw in his character or any fault of his divine nature. Some say IT IS FAR FROM PRODUCER TO CONSUMER-IN PRICES CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa, Aug. Earl Fry bought a bushel basket of peaches for In the bottom of the basket she found a note from a, woman in Texas, sayinfl that the basket had been for 50 cents and asking that she be notified of the price to the consumer. KANSAS CITY, Mo., Aug. That a local com- mission house refused two carload, of waterm .jgned to it because it believed the market cd and prices lowered, was the charge made today m Kansas City's drive against the high co.t of living. Officials of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas railroad admitted the melons had been refused by the commission house. as to their public buildings, these sixty-nine counties, all twelve now have, or have recentl, 'voted bonds with which to build a trial court house. ;uid of ttie twelve'with-1 out court houses not moro than five are as badly located, in temporary I hey have stayed away from these- meetings because I am rough in v VI r J1 UI 11 ric vi Jiu i _ Indicated bin. his attitude a, an ntly i American citizen has been jtistfied] nut" I10w they profess to PRIZE GUSHER OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA The little town of Montcbello, in Orange County, Cali- fornia boasts ihe priz, oil Kiisher of Southern California. Hero s Vho vn the gusher in action. Twelve thousand barrels of oil daih valued at a barrel, is the yield of the Montebello v o-rtH ic as" Pontotoc. Taking the "census of I find Pontotoc, county with n population'of j It may be of interest to know; that thirty counties with a smaller population than Pontotoc r.ow own, or have recently voted bonds for building a court house, viz: TO THEIR JOBS HOUDIXG STORMY i. SESSION. County prize ulued at a barrel, is tne yieia 01 me ,f............ _. ,ls. It is part of the Murphy-Coyote lease and is owned Oil 1910 1S.13S ,SOS i i M DHL (.Jit J wv which raised every pinchers. Tell me, then, a-ainsi hiov which ingenuity did they want to shut some, and rosoareh cmild present. His! even from friends are entirely satisfied." i ttVyiiiou'th Kirk-Uind of counsel j you please -God a'rid the the Tribune, said: Idevil'al the same lime. You can't rnf plrase certain people and God at Press a victorx foi the .jnic_ pl.eachers, c that Attorney Aired Luck-1 DICJV usefulness in trying to pg in closing for Mr. Ford, stated; please rrrtain :nen and women. Men liVt -uivth'in- than substantial i do noi like Jesus because they amaU would be a defeat for llu' M-I IWUoJ. _ THOSE WHO "WRONG I Men will not come lo Jesus be- cause, they are incapable of grasping j This morning at o'clock, as j 5 per previous announcement, the, 'shop men decided evangelist took up a discussion ol 8 o'clock to- "Our Duties to Our Enemies, and jrdine to an spoke in substances as follows: niurru w jnuiiiiLibi r _ _ announcement today after a decision! "The man who goes to a doctor LJ1 JAJ t At v by the Standard Oil company. Both Political Parties To Use Phonographs In Next National Election 1 Blaine j Canadian Tin- announcement today after a decision "The man wno goes tu to call oft the strike was reached I or a lawyer for advice expects to cause they are mcapaoie 01 pmBi...lfi iast night after a stormy nine hour it. God reveals his win_oniy Jurv Ten Hours. ,htt truth'. They are liars and love TOeeting. The hour for returning to those who are do the -real suit which] not the truth. The man who dreadsi to work was ]eft to the internation- 'if man wills to do nis.wm, a revival to come to town is al leaders to decide. shi 23.501 began three months ago U I 1 11 VI t li when the 1 Choctaw, Cleveland i Craig................ I waiting, months "nan who does not w; lawyers and spectators, Inibljc (Q know how vlle want the he is. hud about made up .their minds thai they were in for a night of jGreer... Hughes. with a mistrial outcome. the Ky UK- XEW YORK. Aug. i'lumo- graphs wiil be usvd by boih 111" Republican and Democrat ic parties in the approaching presidential cam- paign .it 's announced, ihe plan embracing program which will permit ihe re.-iiK-nts ol small towns and remote- ha'nlets to hear the ol ciiiMient orators al tl'.e same litii-1 :ha' 'hi- records arc re- leased in i IK- l.'tige cities. The iilii.nograpnic eampaign -will b" opeiuMl (vi SeptiMiibrr 1. when rtfcurds uili-rum-cs by AtKirni-' general speaking for tin- and others Senator Lodg.-. voicing the senti- of .be will be. Uy ,'ri i, he homes of the partv i be issued by the state for .the ___ of profltpersThe govern- porary court h0UB0 by nre. iTdvornimmt to con-  nce MUSKOGEE, Okla., Aug. j to Offemier himself. Tell him; places the church where it can Fifteen of Muskogee's leading busi-, nQt soraebody else. Discussion can count' in the community and they I ness and professional men pa-; intensity antagonism. The more ran't make fun of it. any more. Sin'trolling the street and alleys tne about your grievance the is back oK all opposition to the city following the unanimous you will become embittered ---j dorsement by -the business men of ajid (he it will be to adjust Mayor J. L. Wisener to reorganize The man who talks em- ancl her Lord. Sin and shame are near ihe surface in the lives of those who have fought this meet- .You who are blaming Hie hypo- ayor lhg Tne man who talks em- the" police department, disrupted his'own heart. So we are to. by the strike ot the entire force as yoll go, in.fr You wno are inu uv mv VL al crites in ihe church for your noi Saturday. Fifty-seven men attended to give you gT.ace anti th'e spirit lct say ,0 you1 thn meeting today and signed a ]ovg [Q win your brother. the [hm' n is your own own! pledge to back the mayor and tne ..N-illety.ninc Of every hundred i-alter rotlrn life thai is damning yon.1 new chief of police, even to -tne ex-, and misujlderstandingf i __ _ i i. _ i, n i in t li n .-i.i i 1-1 f 1V1II _. ,i__i T_. frt.vr 111 fit; '.and uoi Ihe hypocrites in of "walking beats." the conn clerk, and Chvist is the __--------------- or manhood. Judge your life-IMTI'SHl-IK.M. PA.. IN "Tliny'ro ready to ropori." by his standards and see where ir. Stefl'ens got Judge Tucker j Mid Hit; absent lawyers on the tele- 15.-- ycui sinnd. 'Love of gotten gain keeps many a man away from Jesus. that you would have to straighten up with your fellowman. You would have, lo talre back ihe goods you have stolen or the wife you have, stolen from another. You could not run your busiues as you are running j w.......-- ij, y0ll cmiie to Jesui5, But, hear; 3r 03- 1916. cnnt.aJning the libel. m0i gain will finally curse1 saved. Less than two years now fi was its i   nuiiiv ords in the office of probate :udge; fid verdict 01 and county treasurer, while in the i rfnlomon News company, which ofnce of county cleric not a desk, copies of the Tribune of Ilv 111 eM. v u 111 w j difficulties and misunderstandings could be settled in a few minutes if ibis rule were followed. But he to the ciliable take the- matter i-I I'a.. Aug. j church. 'itself in iho grip of If a man noi hear the church Dr the second time i he hns n in less than t ur loves night. chair, record or scrap of paper wrts saved. Less than two years now Roger Mills county loat her rec-founds of meat and poultry held ords will be distributed monthly and, in it "is expected that the meeting! places and homes throughout the' country -will fairly echo and echo with the words of the orators as conveyed by means of talking, machines. The extent of the parti which phonogrupliB may play in; the campaign can be estimated by tho statement that two Sianutaetur- ers of machines are known to- have more than 2.000.UOO phonu-1 WASHINGTON, D. C., Aug. graphs in use in the 'United States. [The Secretary of .Commerce, upon Among the speakers scheduled lhe recommenda-tlon of the Director Will the good voters of our good county refuse to support a bond is- sue for the best investment Ponto- toc county can make? I think not. By all means let us have a good fire proof court house and jail. Most respectfully, [hen given and the clerk recorded thn following as the verdict: "You do say upon your oath that ;lie said defendants, the Tribune company, in guilty in manner and form as the. plain-tiff hath in bis "Man fear keeps many away from Jesus. I knew a candidate who re- fused to accept Christ because he said his opponents iu the race would make fun of him and say that he joined the church for a sinister pur- pose. Fear of men makes many a man lose his soul. Bless your heart. 1VU.JV i or in us 11 if ji uKin lose n is sum. jiicss uu i spectCully. declaration in this cause complained !U.e you afraid the gang wi'l ostra- W. T. MILLbK. i MSCSS the danjage3 of the cise you If you don't go the gait _________ thev go? Let a colony ot lepers said plaintiff on occasion of the the Koau. refuse Baker Secretary of the Navy Dan iels former Secretary of the Treas- McAdoo ar.U Willlan J. Bryan. ury said plaintiff on occasion of the premises -over "and above costs and Among the speakers scneuuieu iui lhe recommenda-tion ol tne ruruci.ur jit sianuuru oiv phonographic oratory by the Ule Census, has made the follow- (i-ay because of cratic National Committee are lnf, appoiiitments of supervisors of from the state President Wilson, Secretary of War censug for the State of Oklahoma: I summoned. Thi; ,_ ,Kn Nnw Ditn- TOI_i S_ Daveu- thp strike and UIOTINtt IN IHTTLISK. 1'A.. IN STIUKK SfTl'ATION By the 1'row BUTLER, F-n., Aug. broke out among striking workmen ju Standard Sleel car plant here to-1 noi as   ormit wluo astonishing brevity. The wliole hut ho had pledged his tramp looking for a job. He had waited for something to trun and the best thing .that could havej turned up was his toes. I heard of a boy from the country who got a job in London. Ho was a guest at. ti social function in the home of his boas. TlK-i lovely daughter of the to drink when wine scene did not require more 'than five minutes. The jurors brushed past reporters and down the stairs, where they were sooon followed by the lawyers, Judge Tucker then mother with -a kiss that he would not drink. She urged him to take a hand at the card table, but he divined for Ihe same reason. By and by he was the chief owner and .tho husband of Uy LUC Ot Olif'IHr'nn niiu .tn-- handful of spectators who had b.oss' daughter.'Women always malned and -the'court attaches. admire decent men and despise, dance. L11U and for his delivery later for trial by the allied tribunal, according to an Innsbruck dispatch. Kun will be tried, It is said, for hanging and shooting Hungarians during his re- gime in Budapest. It is said that he will resist extradiction on the grounds that he desires to go to the United--States.' mollycoddle. During the recent war you girls all took the "uniformitls because you thought every soldier a hero. "Love of pleasure keeps some away from Jesus. Have you heard of the' girl who told the preacher not to ask her to -become a Christ- ian before Christmas? She sold her soul for A dance and the whirl of society and went down to hell hugging, her beautiful gowns. "Do :not ba'rter your soul for a card table, a theater party or the giddy iwi for Jesus says in that case Neither will your Heavenly Father forgive you your trespasses." (Mark xt, 24-26.) "Well, some say, 'I can forgive him, but I don't propose to have anything more to do with, him." Then, according to the principle of the mutality of forgiveness, when you get to the gates of Heaven, St. Peter will say to you, 'God baa for- given you, but he doesn't propose to have anything more to do with you.' But the truth is, brother, you can never get to Heaven with malice in your heart. If you have gotten the worst of the matter and suffer wrongfully net your comfort. in I Peter ii, 19-24. 'Do you mean to tell me I must forgive the enemy who has lied on That is what Christ says. 'And the scoundrel who has slandered That Es what he says. If you are filled by his spirit, you will do (Continued on Page Bight 1   

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