Ada Evening News, August 30, 1919

Ada Evening News

August 30, 1919

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - August 30, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma The Frohman's Amusement Corps Presents H. B. Warner in a Special Seven Reel Photoplay Showing Today at the American Theatre Zht gfoa Ctoentng Nietos; VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 146 ADA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1919 THREE CENTS THE COPY Din Gnui    „    mn„ steaks run m PHU un o'clock and suffer?d hea\> % dam    - - *    aces. The storm swept into town)    ______gVT1 SAYS STRIKES WILL BK njWlfr    ^malTI ^ATOR^OF^BEING DISLOYAL CH-.KD .™^ ™kk |7-    S.    debri.    lo    ,*    TO    IM. mniv    .wake.    _ oooo NO PARK Ii MOX BA IT. The Oklahoma State bank building and the city hall were demolish- C5000000 mS    g§ 0 • o Following a custom in vogue Cl O rot many year** and practiced 0 O bv all union printing establish- 0 O meats in the smaller cities, the O O News will issue no paper Mon- O O da>, Labor Day. The issue is O O suspended in order that the 0 0 News shop may be actuall> Ct O closed for the day and the em- O 0 ployed given a whole dmf 's rest © O and recreation.—The.^Manage- © O men!.    ®    ^ O a o o o c ii O GO %    O 0 O O C By New** Special Service WASHINGTON. Aug. 29th—The statement issued by Director General Hines, directing the railroad men of the coast to return to work, says in part :    . “To public ofticers, railroad ofti- cers and employes and citizens    in general ct California. Arizona and Nevada:    .    -- • A strike is being conducted by |>k_ACT1CALLY AUL STIRRERS the yardmen and enginemen on the!    a    tlK>    hack TO    WORK    TODAY steam railroads being operated    by    By th*    AmocUted Pr<»* the United States government    int    ANGELES.    Aug.    30—Prac- parts of California, Arizona and Ne-|tically all of the striking enginemen. \ada. This strike began at Los An- conductors, brakemen and switchmen geles purely as a sympathetic strike! reported back to work this morning, III*. «l»v» Wi' '    ......    .    I ed and a number of houses in the By    Associated Pre* residence section were wrecked.! WASHINGTON. Aug. 30.- Re-1    him    from Both the bank building and the cit) plying in the Senath today to the learntn» did i    Unmn    Col- hall were two story brick buildings., *gument presented by    Chairman I    making an arg    league far as can be learned no on* Lodge, of the Foreign    Relations |    lege in 191a in    avoi ot a was injured in Konaw a, and the Commltteo. against the    unreserved:    of nations, wires throughout that section    of    ratiflcaUo,i of the Peace    Treaty, Sen- the country being down    it is not j    ator Robert l. Owen,    democrat of a war against Woodlot . possible to learn the full    extent    ot    oklahoma, declared that Mr. Lodge the damage.    had been blinded by    partisanship and distrust of popular institutions. AXD MORR BAIN MAKES MUCH DAMAGE TO PROPERTY IX PARTS OF THE CITY. SUKER OF CARMACK WI IT IN PEACE MEEKS STRACHE BEATH * By the Associated Press NASHVILLE, Tenn., Aug. 30.— Robin J. Cooper, prominent young lawyer who killed former United States Senator Edward J. Carmack, in 1908, was found dead in a creek near his home in Belle Meade Park, near Nashville .this morning. It is    _ reported that he had been murdered # .u    of    land    thrown    Into    the creek. He was By News. special Service One of the seve e    |a    80n„|n.iaw    0f Milton H. Smith,) paris Aug. 29.—Dame Rumor president of the Louisville • and Nashville Railroad Company. AMERICAN RELEGATION TO CONFERENCE VISIBLY WORRIED; MAY WITHDRAW7 TO UNITED STATES. is waging a war against the desiim. od out I perfect, flood for almost .    .    .    ll___I Af    an    hnlir on account a controversy between the Pacific Electric Railway company and certain employes of that company. The property of that company is not in the possession or control of the government of the United States. The ttrike of the employes on the steam railroads was entered upon without any grievance being presented or alleged. The strike was and is a violation of the agreements between striking employes and the steam railroads upon following a vote completed last night to discontinue the strike here. The first train to’leave the Los Angeles station since August 22 was a Southern Pacific passenger train that pulled out today at 7:45 for San Francisco. The next train to Referring to the chairman s parallel between the League of Nations and the ill famed Holy Alliance, Mr. Owen said the argument had overlooked the intrigues and autocratic selfishness which surrounded the alliance. • The fact that wars followed the treaty of the Holy Alliance," Senator Owen continued, "was because this treaty was between military dynasties made by monarchial autocrats, each contaminated by In Kin ti the desiim ink iud. Let Heft himself and nis and hopes of all mankind beware of throwing blinded followers against the best judgment of the American people and all mankind."    I cent years struck Ada yesterday evening just after 6 o’clock. The storm came up out of the north and for two hours there was a quick succession of rain, hail and heavy winds. A second storm of rain came up at 11:30 and pour- GKRMANS JOIN KOI AMAR HH) WAR IN IU SMA Bv th* Associated Pros* PARIS. Aug. no —A German army oI nearly four thousand men, with moderan equipment including more than three hundred airplanes, has assembled and is preparing to march          — into Russia, ostensibly to giv$ as- tent a t 0f the east wall being *    *    i    .    I    *    \T    «1aV\aW    aa.    !    .    _    -    «    Al__J    tinpot an hour The heaviest damage done by the storm about Ada was at the brick plant just south of town. A runway ll© feet in length was Jorn to fragments by the wind, and one of the kilns was unroofed causing considerable damage to the undried brick. The roofing of all the kilns was damaged, the porch of one of the cottages blown down, and a suiock-stack blown out of plumb. The new school building on South Mississippi was damaged to some ex 1111 Cr nUcNifli AJO tv as*, iv    ^ cr    ( (,rul| I* p® • I Ar* vssxi v v sistance to Admiral Kolchak, ac- blown down aud the derrick upset, cording to Lithunian dispatches re- -phc basement was flooded with wa-ceived here.    j t€r from the downpour    of rain. o.if i .Up route at g:ai*. idc mn* i m -,    *—    "    ~    The    Eastern    and    northern    pal    t Fe expected to have trains moving justly compared with the promises | ^ g TREATY JKJ    *    v    * of t0Wn was 8truck by a fterce 8torm KW nnon    land aspirations of the honest or* J    Al    STRIA    11    of hail that did heavy damage. Fruit w*." was three sections of the! trigue. The senator from Massa- SET. dispatched by .he churns MMI that the prom.,ca Salt Lake route at 8:50. The Santa i of thew Wa! PARIS, Aug. reared its mangled head in peace conference circles yesterday with sly XASHVIII R Tenn Aug 30— intimations that complications in the NASHVILLE, Tenn., Aug. 3 . n^ar eagt would force the American Mi. I.copei s dlbC/)'e^> ^ *    .    .. peace commission to withdraw from come known to the public until his conference and direct its efforts deserted car was found on the.    Washington bridge over the creek in which his | R .g an open    tbat    some of body was later discovered. The car the mQgt jmportant AmdHcans here was spattered with blood and his | haye beeQ highly indignant for some empty pocketbook was found on the time ftt the treatment of American aud aspiration!. --    —    ,    ---- ! ganized democracies of    the    whole j    By    th#    Associated Pres* I world.    I    P ploy^ and the steam railroads upon    ROOSEVELT    titrTS    ------ which they worked and also Of the    tiRKKTlNG    IX iTIIt’AtiOj    ‘The trouble with the MMMr|Ooiia(fl -  ^    ^ national agreement between United I oHlCAtlO. Aug. 30.—Lieut. Col. I from Massachusetts is that he be ; han<1 the pear** trAty with AMW*|    Reports    from    the    Homer!    "A    preliminary examinaxion iuu»>.    observers    sav    it States railroad administration and Theodore Roosevelt, who is making es in the rule of the jew over to the Austrian delegation next T    Lovelady    districts    state    that    when    Cooper’s body was taken from! m have been done long ago, cerine chief executives of the organza--a speaking lour of the country in the niany. He does not believe that dav afternoon. Five days w ll be    were badly damaged, some lhe w    -    -    -    .    would    have    been    done    long    ago,    cer lions to which the strikers belong, lbe    Gf    the    American    Legion,    the    people ought to have the right granted the Austrians befotv signing    ^ cotton being entirely ruin- shof .t i    nmvidini;      ii..    Vior»»    ,    ,.    ... i....... »hut- aunt or th..    * Th* Suoreme trees and garden wer* riddled. The Patterson. TI ARIS, Am-. li|r he Sup    Ada    Green    house was a heavy suf-1 j Cooper, w ncil this    decided to    loalng    thirty-eight    window    i in couvtt was d the peace tieiaty with Alisma    fmm    tho    Homer    a «.Aumin empty pocketbook floor of the car. The body showed a bullet wound and other marks of violence. The Carmack tragedy was one of the most notable in the history of Tennessee and grew out of the Car-mack-Patterson race for governor in 1908, in which Col. D. B. Cooper, father »of R. J. Cooper, was one of Patterson’s closest apprisers. In the fatal encounter which occurred on an up town street in Nashville in 1908 the son fired the shot which ended Carmack s life. Father and son were convicted of murder in the second degree, but on appeal the son’s verdict was reversed. The father was pardoned by Governor The case against Robin hen it came up again as dropped, preliminary examination today, policies by the ponce conference powers, especially the French and that they have urged that th# American mission withdraw behind its Rinden-burg line, the Atlantic ocean, as the strategic place for American diplomacy which lately has been the favorite plaything of the master diplomatists of other nations. Close observers here, however, took extra pains today in pointing out the impossibility of Amerisans withdrawing from the conference. While members of the commission here may be so incensed at the treatment received that they would like to withdraw, it is known that everything is in the hands of President Wilson who in the past has been decidedly against any such dramatic steps as a withdrawal. If an American retirement had iivus am    "" -------- ~ I lilt* unrirsi ui mr •'a    • •' —— —-a----- mr    PCO pl* such national agreement providing was enthusiastically received here t0 initiate the laws they want or , the treaty. for the adjustment of all causes o: loday.    veto the laws they do not want.!    ti    Mi,    i    ti»rrli complaint In an orderly manner    —---*    The    galleries    applaud    when    the    ^    .    .    d morning without suspension of work. The «    #    />i>J,linC    a»»a«or strike, an oratorical P08*    ?'t^^    »r^^L    “he    eh«rch strike is also an illegal strike tindet    {21)@f11&I%t alCKiipS and thunders forth his sturdy Ani-jaml    iVlm    hour, the laws of the orgaim«y£pn to    __ which the strikers belong and has    £,    y McCnttley    made a    business been so characterized by the chiei>triP    to Fort Worth today, executives of those associations.    Generally fair tonight and Sunday PUK ess To Be Filled    lis    what tlK weather man handed us ••AU striking employe* who do not at UOOB today, report for duty on and after seven    Attorneys John P. Crawford. B V. o’clock on Saturday morning, Aug-«Kinfe    and j \y.    pean transacted ust 30, when and as called for duty,    legal    business in    Coalgate    today, will be regarded as having fermi-j    Mrs. O. D. Wright and son. Clyde,1 Coopers body w as ta Ken irorn ,.    w haye been done loQg agQt cer_ crops were badly uamageu, some water, showed that he had j>ee® tainly before the peace congress lost fields of cotton being entirely ruin- shot the bullet entering the back ,tg dramatic interest. ed.    j of the head and coming out at the; The news concerning the Ruman- ---——    —    left eye. He was also bruised on j .aQ situation and Herbert C. Hoov- Serond Ikqdist Church.    tbe forehead. His coat was almost er,g dramatic expose of conditions at Business meeting at the morning torn tr0m the body and it bore oth- RudaDest are given as th? main Tea se rv ices, ll A. M. Chambers returned nated their employment and their! returned bom this morning from a places will be filled.    !    visit to friends at Sherman, Texas. “Anyone w ho interferes with or Mrs. Mary Tolbert went to Blan* j week from the hills ot Norm impedes the possession, use opera- co, Okla., this morning to be ifl*|gia> where he has been recuperating lion or control bf any railroad prop- guest of her sister, Mrs W H. |{M paHt four weeks. On return-ertjr, or r, ii to, J und.f federal con-    K    .v    of    Amka    re.    ,n I0 Ada he announce, that he irol. ^dUU ad    I^ th ^r^ro°L    ait a    win at    in .he race    for cong,ess im! ",n>pr,«.rmen,. a.M will be ar-jvi.lt ,0 her «,ter. Mr,. N. S. Kier-L lh„ diRlrict in the deo^c«t c rested and prosecuted accordingly,! ***'    - Sn^rka who for    so long    Primary    nex’ >ear    ^ Anyone who obstruct* or    ha^ bien a very necesaary    finureI    will be    remembered    as the young persons assisting or endeavoring™ ^ the Palm Garden, Is now employed    linotype    operator who,    although u>- assiat in the posseiakon. nee. ever*    Sewn Stand and Soda foun- uUv unknown except to his im rstrcus r„d*w'‘,! John Bi.4Iord, who _    r    -    - here last week with her family from1 Oklahoma legislature tv** I ontotoc Coalgate, returned there this morn- county last year. and at the wino p ing to attend to some business mat- wapn less than IOO votes behind the .wa*  ....... .... Budapest are given as th? main rea- er evidence that it had been drag- sons fQr the rumor of intended ged over rocks to the creek. American withdrawal. In some cir- — --—    des here it is indeed believed that GENERAL PERSHING REUSES ^ Mr. Hoover advised a withdrawal TO TESTIFY FOR COMMITTEE bu1 that he was unabie to convince By the Associated Pres*    President Wilson of the advisability PARIS. Aug. 30.—General Per- Qf guch a shing has refused to testify before    The president is understood to the sub-committee of the congres- bold the view that nothing can be ! sional committee investigating ex- pajned by dramatic actions. ^    finally    gets    penditurw by the war department in‘ years. The land owner finally gets    •*w*rai,«    refusal led to t    anding    army and shoot the people    years. The land °J“r    capi!    France.    The general’s refusal led to    Germs    are    plentiful    In the    sum- t. ..    anding    _.oan    under the bur-    the increased Wages earned    by    capi icaiian/ui r.f a ioint Statement    mer air    wa    hrpatho    them    OTftTV den It f»t* «ne, am thankful that dealt with accordingly. ftfeftl* Must Ken) tioing * Anyone who obstructs or retards the passage of the mail or an> 'e-hicle or person carrying the same tai and labor while he gives the    issuance    cf a    joint statement    mer air,    we breathe    them    every d**u I for one. am luaumu,  .....-       ,    ort    ta    hi*    nit t ance fbi    safternoon by representatives R.    minute. In health they    do no    harm, Thai order will never return in the return only a ihfun C. JohnM.n and Astor E. Bland, on but to those who h#ve a bad Uver. l uiied    State,    The    war    has done    in    local    taxes.    I.    h’ It    l    behalf    of    the sub-commtttee, in    disordered stomach or    constipated !me    thing    for th.    mass    of    the people; earned    |pcrmneBt. Ie the hoftomleMl y„jeh    regm wag    expressed that    boweis they mean    a spell of sick- . .    ,    ;r    »>ou    finnp    no    other,    pit into which the wealth 01    ^ ^ chrt„M k* inflict    nesS. The best way to insure your health is to take Prickly Ash Bit-NEAR    ters. It purifies    and    strengthens AVaAL BASE    the system. Price    $1.25    per bottle. Gwin &    Mays Drug    Co., Special LONDON.    Aug.    30.—There has    Agents.    (adv) of *the 'world if it h», don*    worWta SlS ^wd*SSl to take there should be conflict. _ It has taught them tha •    , tb:    wealth    from this hole is thei sr JST ~    £ uar-s-r ^!8EVHs.ssg^ tSTaTL    -'SSI    ‘C    ^LON^Ar sotho tenant, farmer boy dissatisfied our tax I    (<i    (hb    ,all<1    bwil severe fighting in the streets wih his lot. and I know and . °u    -    back    to    so-    and public square at Cronstadt, the ibuul Concert Monday Afternoon. back and holder by society goes Web to ai u p    u    Petro-:    The    ads    hand    will    favor    .he    nut ters. leader in the legislative race. know that he will never go back and tinnier n?. *«*««-*?    "    I    Bolshevik naval bas© near Petro- The Ada band will favor the pub- bf* saiistied in the old conditions <    great    deal    has    been    said    of    grad. according to a dispatch re-; jic with a free eoncert Monday aft- which the robbers demand.    tat** about sunDlvinK land to return- ceived from Copenhagen.    ernoon    at    the    corner    of    Main    and •    ie    no mystery to this ques- late anoui supply ms    ,    ___ I heiv is no m>«    Io    uU|ed    soldiers.    Nothing    has    come    of tion oi the nigh < > > OI living. _iv _     „«tKir.*r    aq,i    nnmp nicie ui irr.oxrr.       Rev.    \\    \f.    Crutchfield and tam-    r)    f    .    is Known to have likewise commits an offense against iJy who have been sojourning in Mr Lhamt s the United States punishable by fine * sulphur this week, returned home peculiar Ideas on the sun J eel ti and imprisonment and will be ar- this morning with reports of a very ation and he will run tor congress rested and prosecuted accordingly, j pleasant outing.    |j order to place these ideas before -Instructions have been issued to Mrs. H. H. Benton of Dallas. Tex- (ha pt*oPie Qf Oklahoma. Mr. Cham-the United States district attorneys as, who has been visiting her sister, j ber8 spoke as follows to a reporter and to the United States marshals and brother, Mrs. John P. McKinley k. the flews yesterday regarding to take the necessary steps to en- and Paul Alderson, returned home Mg intended race:* force these provisions of the stat- , this morning.    J    is    true I intend to make the utes of the United States.”    Mr.    and Mrs. G. Thompson or race for ingress in the democratic - —-    primary next year. It is somewhat EX-CONGRESSMAN HENRY STARTS WITH BIG ROW Oklahoma City, who have been the | guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. - rly JQ announce for next year’s J. A. Jackson, returned home yea- j primaryf but I ani going to agitate terday afternoon.    questions never before discussed in Mrs., Julius Polk of Wetumka, oklahoma, and I want to give the but who bas been visiting her sis- people plenty of time \% which to ter, at Stonewall arrived here yes- acquainted with my ideas and I terday afternoon to be the guest want to put all other candidates By the AMoriated Pre*s DALLAS, Tex.. Aug. 30.—An advisory committee of the taction of Texas demoer.t.whl^fWWt^^ireturDed to her home thl, morning. veiled under the leadership of former    ^rhrieber    of    Natchez. of her brother, W. T. Melton and wife. Mrs. F. P. Varley of Collinsville, Texas, who has been a guest in the home of her brother, J. M. Gordon and family,’ for sfveral days past. senator Joseph W - Bailey, met lier© today to lay plans fof effectively placing its platform before all genuine democrats of the state. Preceding the formal session there was much discussion among committee members as to the probable effect of the announcement last night by former congressman K. L. Henry of Waco, that he was a candidate for governor on the principles laid down by the faction. AMERICAN TRANSPORT THOMAS STARTS HOME WITH TROOI>S Mrs. Carrie Schriebcr of Natchez, Miss., but who has b^en visiting relatives at Clinton, Mo., for some time, was expected to arrive tills afternoon for a visit to her sons, Messrs. Fred and Will *Schrieber. B. C. Stevens, who lives four miles East of Ada, was in town this morning and reports the cotton crop around Lovelady schoolhouse completely destroyed by the hail storm on notice that the man who beats me for the great honor is going to have to offer the people something mighty good in the ending of the many ills that beset society at pres em. “In the first place, I am one of those men who believe that the land was put here for the benefit of all God creatures, and that, no one man has any more right to live in the opposed to one man paying another man for the use of God s great universe which was put here for the use of all. I am certain that by next year the people will be so pressed down by the heavy cost of living that .    th    nose    on    any Jew’s 11 his agitation and nothing can come as plain as    ca    W J®w ■    « as nothing practical has Z Up"* * re iiraid y^ been suggested There should be the trouble IS inc in p oreludiceg something done for the returned sol-, to break ,wjy .rom Ute prejudice* ^^ ^ on,y for )he returned the, lead into paths hUhert, untrod. |    th*    matlrlafwiU No blatter ow '    '    be-    which their sons overthrew the dam- El th, A«ioci«usl rrr.» “    .r^ re -fill only the three liable Hupn. There are 30.000 tenant CHICAGO. Aug. 30.—Strife which ' ouu* .    ’ wt„pfinn and t hev have farmers, in this congressional district presages a split developed in the b0e^%UhPus from SS beginning and in Oklahoma there are morej ?an£fof tbe Ps„ciaiis, party before T^e"e forces'are labor, capital and than IOO OOO tenants I P^POje ‘^Adolph Germer. national secretary. land What is produced is divided <1" something for all these People n wu ab]e to call to order the open-between these three factors. You Ute matter of land ownership and lng meeting of lbe national con-mav cuss the railroad laborer until what I propose is not to send them ventloI1 here today. Delegates of weir throat gel* sore you may,** lhe n,al:,rial swamps of    lhe    so-Called    left    wing of the party denounce the packer until you sweat    *,0    fair    were r°rcihly put out of ,he ,haU Wood; and you may hang the so-'paoultH^edlandsot OUrtlWnlar p0,iw hecause. secretary Ger- calted retail profiteer to a telegraph    A ,d    '    ‘    hn    mer    said. they were trying to pack is by the adoption of the •tralght! convenU„„ by seating delegates out Henrj’ George single lax, in    «r»d«xn»inls \ fist fight which the title Will be in the name *h<> had no-    *I "»l of the individual, but the land value be    i Hme to become a free will belong to us all. This will prac-jtned tor a time to iMwome a im tically mean to nationalize the land, lur all aflair was and use all the rental money for the *d by the police.    t upkeep of the government and thus Immediately alter their expuls . make it possible for labor and capi- from the convention hall the left tai to get the whole of what they wing supporters, led by John Reed. UP . •    U    V    rn*    -    I__« JI    WW*    I    ti    rv    tH ll - pole, and yet you will not solve the question of why it is so hard for us all to live. The trouble is you don’t follow natural law far enough to arrive at the truth. “About five years ago a sudden change came over the United States and over all thd world. Because of , the great demand for manufactured articles, wages suddenly shot up- s any more right to live) articles, wages suddenly shot up-    _    exception    of    the    of    New    York, held a meeting to de- WO,IU than another. I am ward Capital reived "turn, for,    .IJJ,.,,    *wllf    ,he!    ?,de    „a    a course of adon. New# that swept through ,ha, section .aatjthey wiil be readytoJ^iy a re.. By the Aiuiiiciated Pre** VLADIVOSTOK, Aug. 29.—The American Transport, Tomas, with six hundred replacement troops, arrived here today and will sail Aug. V2 with *54 0 American soldiers on board for Manila, arriving at San Francisco in about forty-five days. This is the first large detachment of American troops in Siberia to sail for home. MarrUffe License. License to marry was issued yesterday by the court clerk to W. V. Baber and Miss Jessie Hewit, both of Pontotoc. Their respective ages are given as 36 and 26. Let a Want Ad sell it for you. night. J. V. Crawford of Choteau, Okla., who has been visiting his brother, John P. Crawford and family, 131 West Thirteenth, returned to his home this morning. He was ace-om-companied by his nephew, Bill Crawford. who will pay him a two weeks’ visit. R, S. Penniger, who has had charge of the management of the Comstock Hanson Construction work for the past several months, left this morning for Tulsa and Eufaula, Oklahoma. where he will engage in the same line of work. cue to this problem and quit listening to the soft soaping of smoothtongued grafters and of piano players in the bawdy houses of plutocracy. “When agitation was going on some years ago for American intervention in Mexico, President Wilson stated that the howlers demanded order in Mexico, but the order they wanted was the old order* In whic the few were permitted to own th© land from which must come the food, clothing and shelter for the many. The president expreaaeed the thought that that order was dead and never to be revived. .The same autocratic crowd that then demanded that order be restored in Mexico are now demanding order in our own fair country- And the order they want is the same they demanded In old Mexico—the order in which rhaJ .nfo^n .invited*'neTer "“before! rental money which will go into the    cide    oa    a    course    of    action    News equalled in the world of finance ! general fund. I propose to bring    paper    reporters    were    not    allowed    in ‘    nnetnnloved was!lllis system about by passing laws this meeting or in the main con- The ann> of the    J™*I granting the people the right to; vention when the process of seating on°hand for afl The cause of theseUdopt the system by local option, delegates was in progress. tin** ara* ih.f what was bein* anrt when this is done any county)    --—- produced bv the three factors was111 Oklahoma and any county in the,    IiSbor    I)*y,    Sept. I. bX d?v,d«i 'n a la it*'! measure    ' t ad States can exempt all the1    W.    W.    picnic    VU*» than usual between labor and capital—-two of the I actors. Wages are still high as they were five years I'urn s’*! r o rn4 fn v ew rn en, a, ^ b"u t' now Z auth. peon,; to ride in .-tornobH.* third factor has had time to readjust and ha'* luxuries if they wi. h. Broadway at 2 o’clock. This will furnish the public an opportunity to bear some excellent music and to note the splendid progress the band has made since its organization recantly. Inasmuch as the citizens of Ada have subscribed liberally to the support of the band, the members of that musical organizatic/ are anxious to favor their frien'is and give them an opportunity of seeing what progress has been made. The boys hope that every one will attend the concert Monday afternoon. PROGRAM Chamber of Comifterce Band Monday Afternoon, 2 o’clock. Corner Main and Broadway. Semper Fidelis    March-------Sousa Down Our Way (A rural Jazz) Watson Wonderful Mother o’ Mine Waltz ____________________Goodwin (Pub. by Witmark    &    Sons, New York City.) Overture, Home Circle—SchlepegveH A Good Man is Hard to Find _______________________Green Entarnce of the Guards, March Militaire ------------------Flath Press March_______Paris Chambers (Complimentary to the Ada Evening News. I America. FRED J. SCHREIBER, Director. ' “‘"w •    —a    VMM    '    r    '       I'i    jg    WW rn ' r • WW rn    --- products of labor from taxation i^boi Celebration at the Country if they see fit and thus prove that the Single Tax will do what we claim for it, make it possible for 8-3 0-11 labor Day, Sept. I. Big W. O. W. picnic and Union I jabot C elebration at the Country ( lob Lake, al*o a ball game at the Fair Grounds Park. Let’* all go. This * lVdXiu a,Jfc    they    can    plunder 1 he people un mercifully and order out a great himself to the situation and by being the land owner and natural minopolist can take the increase given to capital and labor and they have no way to preevnt it. This is what has happened within recent months. You may see it anywhere if you will but look about you. it is witnessed by the increase )n land values and thus in ground rents on Main Street in Ada. it Is seen in the increased price on farm lands in Pontotoc county and in all other counties in Oklahoma. In fact, the government statistics show that an increase in land values on all the land In the United States has been 20 make it impossible for a few men to own all the wealth and thus keep the great mass of people In per- C ’lul» l«ake, also a ball game at the Fair Grounds Park. last’s all go. This store will be closed all day Monday. —C off man, Bobbitt A Sparks Co. 8-30-lt Methodist Church.  r--    Sunday    Sc hoi and morning and petual drudgery and skimping and evening services at regular hours. skimping all through life in order    •    -- to get a mere subsistence."    j    First    Baptist    Church. Mr. Chambers states that in his Sunday School and morning and campaign for congress he will have evening services at regular hours. B. the backing of the Single Taxers of: y. p. {J. at 7:30 P. M. the United States and that he will use the several month next summer in explaining to the voters the • That "all in" feeling so* common in hot weather is not due to heat alone, but to an unhealthy condition in the liver, stomach and bowels. To prevent a spell of sickness take Prickly Ash Bitters, it is an excellent system cleanser and regulator. Price $1.25 per bottle.—Gwin St Mays Drug Co., Special Agents, (adv) laAbor Day, Sept. I. Big \V. O. W. picnic and Union Labor Celebration at the Country Club Lake, also a ball game at the Fair Grounds Park. I^et’s all go. This store will be closed all day Monday. —Coffman, Bobbitt A Sparks Co. i •    8-30-lt First Presbyterian Church. Sunday School and morning and beauties of his system of taxation, evening services at thet regular He will have more to say on the hours, subject of his candidacy In the near future. He will also start a paper in Ada in the near future the title of ILI I Hr ** I INTU tjlniro DUO Den* “    w    J    *t p**r cent within the past two which will be The Land Question. Good appetite, vigor and cheerful spirits follow the use of Prickly Ash Bitters. It purifies the stomach, liver and bowels and makes life worth living. Price $1.25 per bot- On account of the W. O. W. picnic. ------^ Monday, the “L. of J.’ will not meet tie.—Gwin & Mays Drug Co., Spe-monday afternoon.    °*ai Agents.    (adv) ;

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