Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - August 15, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma
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VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 133
ADA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1919
THREE CENTS THE COPY
Henry Ford Awarded Six Cents; Chicago Tribune Is of
PRIZE GUSHER IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SPOUTS 12.000 BARRELS A DAI
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PRIZE GUSHER OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
The little town of Montebello, in Orange County, California. boasts the friz.* oil gusher of Southern California. Here is shown the gusher in action. Twelve thousand barrels of oil daily, valued at $3.10 a barrel, is the yield of the Montebello prize. It is part of the Murphy-Covoto lease and is owned by the Standard Oil company.
Ada News. Ada, Okla.
I have read with interest, the
items recently published in your
paper in reference to a court house
for Pontotoc county. , ^
During tne eignt years I have
been connected with the department Attorney of State Examiner and Inspector I have visited, one or more times, sixtv-nine of the seventy-six counties in Oklahoma.
My business takes ate into the court houses and I therefore ani fairly well familiar with the conditions that prevail in those places, and I have noted with interest the condition of the several counties as to their public buildings. Of these sixty-nine counties, all but twelve n *w have, or have recently voted bonds wiVh which to build a court house, and of the twelve without court houses not more than five are as badly located. In temporary garters, as Pontotoc. Taking the * census of 1910 I find Pontotoc county with a population* of 24,331.
It may be of interest to know that thirty counties with a smaller population than Pontotoc now own. or have recently voted bonds for building a court house, viz:
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^1T CLEMONS Mich.. Aug. 15. A jury t*>nighT awarded Henry Ford six tents damages against the Chicago Tribune tor calling hint an anarchist.
Orvy Hulett, form an of the jury, said that they took “nine ballots that I can remember." The first one, according to Leonard Measel, I another juror, stood 8 to 4 iii favor of awarding Mr. Ford some
rills WAS THE THEME OI EVANGELIST HAM AT THE TABERNACLE LAST EVENING.
J. Murphy, for
Mr. Ford, said:
‘The important Usu* has been determined
the plaintiff. He has outed."
• Money damages were entirely subordinate and were not sought bs Mr. Ford. He oamh not only
in this case favorably to been s indi-
Evangelist Ham spoke last night at the tabernacle on the subject: ‘Why men do not come to Jeuss." He gave replies from the Bible. He said:
‘ There are men who have fought I this revival w ho will not live to fight another. Calamity came to all the prominent men w’ho opposed
our work in our Fort Worth revival, and it was done quickly. Ene-j lilies of God and His church will be put out of the way and that!
right speedily. Men do not stay.
away from Jesus because of any; flaw in his character or any fault of his divine nature. Some say
they have stayed away from these* meetings because I am rough in
IT IS FAR FROM PRODUCER
TO CONSUMER—IN PRICES
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa, Aug. 15.—Yesterday Mis. Earl Fry bought a bushel basket of peaches for $3.60. In the bottom of the basket she found a note from ai woman in Texas, saying that the basket had been sold for 50 cents and asking that she be notified of the cost price to the consumer.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Aug. 15.—That a local coir -mission house refused two carloads of watermelons consigned to it because it was believed the market was flooded and prices lowered, was the charge made today in Kansas City’s drive against the high cost of living.
Officials of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas railroad admitted the melons had been refused by the commission house.
Vindicated bill his altitude us an my preaching. Before I came to Ada
Valerian cit.*,, has b~n iulftod | JWlM
m HEK til IO I
Both Political Parties To Use Phonographs In Next National Election
County Alfalfa. . . Atoka... . Beckham-. Blaine . . . Canadian. . Cherokee. . Choctaw.
which raised every hi&i which ingenuity
could present. His friend* are calif* Iv satisfied."
Weymouth Kit kl a lid of counsel Vr the* Tribune, said:
“We consider it a victory for the reason that Attorney Aired ii g# in closing fOl Mr. Ford,
Population ! anything less than substantial ids
1010 damage* would be a defeat for his in,‘
Jury Out Ten Hours.
in tow®, blit iiowr lox*' the preachers. Tell me, why did they want to shut even from among th** pastors, out of coming to this shed for these
services? Let me say to Hill preachers. you can't please God and the devil at the same time. You can’t phase certain people and God at
some. I SHOPMEN DECIDED TO RETURN TO THEIR JOBS AFTER HOLDING STORMY
EVANGELIST HAM TELLS US HOW WE MUST FORGIVE THOSE WHO WRONG
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NEW VORK Aug. 15. Phonographs will b* used by both lh** Republican and Democratic parties in the approaching presidential campaign .it is announced, the plan embracing a program which will permit the residents of small towns and remote hamlets to hi ar the
speeches ut eminent
orators ai tho same time that the records are released in the latge cities.
The phonographic campaign -will bA opened on Sept* nib* r I, when records containing utterances by Attorney General Palmer, speaking for tin* i >e:no ais and others register.ug tile speech rn United State* Senator Lodi:**, voicing the sentiments of the Republicans, will be released, The.-e speeches will be feat clubs, societies, head-churches, noonday meet-in the homes of the party
<, I \ I NOTICE THAT FORTY WARRANTS WI LL BK ISSI ED FOR FOOD PROFITEERS TODAY.
produced quarters, ings aud workers.
Following I he release of the speeches of Attorney General Palmer and Senator lxidge, other records w*ill be distributed monthly and it is expected that the meeting places and homes throughout the country will fairly echo and reecho with the words of the orators as conveyed by means of talking machines. The extent of the part which phonographs may play in the campaign can be estimated by, the statement that two y.iauutactur-ers of the machines are known to have more than 2.000,000 phonographs in use in the United States.
Among the speakers scheduled for phonographic oratory by the Democratic National Committee are President Wilson, Secretary of War Baker, Secretary of the Navy Daniels, former Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo and Willian J. Bryan.
Former President Taft, Major General Wood, Elihu Root, Chauncey .M. Depew, and United Suites Senators Johnson, and Borah are on the list of speakers chosen for talking machine oratory by the Republican National Committee.
By tho A> •'’Ola'***! l*re«*s
COLUMBUS. Ohio, Aug. 15. Governor Cox announced this morning that before noon forty warrants would be issued by the state for the arrest of food profiteers.The govern-ir w*!? ask th*- government to confide. it** approximately two million pounds of meat and poultry held in storage.
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Shortly after statehood count v lost sonic valuable in a fir** before building her court house, in 1913 a fir** In Delaware county destroyed some valuable records in the office of probate judge and county treasurer, while in the office of county clerk not a desk, chair, record or scrap of paper wtfs saved Less than two years now since Roger Mills county lost her porary court house by fire.
Will the good voters of our good county refuse to support a bond issue for the best investment Pontotoc county can make? I think not.
By all means let us have a good fire proof court house and jail.
W. T. MILLER.
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23.735 . 17,332 .17,736 .17,484 . 16,592 Nowata records
This morning at 10:00 o’clock, as
time. Some preachers, chicago Aug. 15. Striking per previous announcement, the
I heil usefulness in trying to federated railway shop men decided evangelist took up a discussion of r. it ai n men and women. Men to return to work at g o’clock to- "Our Duties to Our Enemies," and not lik*' Jesus because they morrow morning, according to an spoke in substances as follows. born <»i the devil. announcement today after a decision “The man who goes to a doctor
i Men will not come to Jesus be- tQ calj off tke strike was reached or a lawyer for advice expects to rails** they are incapable of grasping jast night after a stormy nine hour follow it. God reveals his will only ihe truth. They are liars and love meeting. The hour for returning to those who are willing to do it. The end of th* great suit. which not the truth. The man who dreads to work was left to the internation- *jf any man wills to do his will, he
a1 leaders to decide. shall know of the doctrine.’ Now,
---»--- God’s word is very plain and explicit
MI SKOG KE BUSINESS MEN concerning our duty to our enemies,
ARK PATROLLING STREETS both in and out of the church.
Iii Matthew xviii, 15-35, we are
told to take a grievance first of all
began three months ago. came
a revival to come to town is
! th*1 man who does not want the when th.- lawyers and spectators j piiW|(, t() kQQW how vi!e he is
.........*“ al1 their minds:^uc|, men have been knocking the
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had about mad** that they were in for a night of waiting, with a mistrial as the probable outcome.
The jury had been out ten hours a I* I* ,i resounding double knock \x. s heard on the high old-fashioned door of the jury room.
Tucker put in his Bailiff Kelley went
appear to t
church and ridiculing it and do not
want it to stand for what is of real fly News’ Special Service
worth in the city. Revival influence MUSKOGEE. Okla., Aug. 13.— to the offender himself. Tell him;
places th** church where it can Fifteen of Muskogee’s leading busi- ^ot somebody else. Discussion can count in the community and they ness and professional men are pa- onlv \ntensifv antagonism. The more
can’t make fun of it any more. Sin trolling the street and alleys of the - falk about your grievance the
i is back of. all opposition to the city following the unanimous en- lllore ‘ VOU will become embittered
church and her Lord. Sin and shame dorsement by the business men of ^ harder it will be to adjust are near the surface in the lives Mayor J. L. Wisener to reorganize ‘h<?* matter The man wfc0 talks em-
oiric of the lawyers had not jot those who have fought this meet- the police department, disrupted bitterg his own heart So we are to
.-turned from dinner nor had -Von who arr blaming the hypo- by (he strike of the entire force a|' once &nd as you g0> VTa#
critos in the church for your hoi Saturday. Fifty-seven men attended to ^\ve you ?race and the spirit
1 being a good man* let me say to you tho meeting today and signed a ^ w-n your brother.
he that it is your own sin your own pledge io back the mayor and the everv hundred
.md .ben hurried lo Walter roue,, lite .bal is damning you. new chief t0 ,he ex‘ atffteultieT Lad misunderstanding*
the court clerk, and wins- and not he hypnrme, in the tent of “walking beats. could be settled in a few minutes
churches. Jesus (brist is the acid — - , ... r.oirwL.m nm hp*
(test af manhood. Judge your life PITTSBURGH. PA.. IN GRIP 11 1 llt> iu.e * . tike others
'bv bi. standards and see where OFSTKKKT PAB 8TKIKK w.11 not listen Jojeu take a hers
* staml __ with you, and if he is still mecon-
‘Lovt* of money ill gotten gain By tile Associated Pres* ciliable take th* mattei to the
keeps many a man away from Jesus. PITTSBURGH. Pa.. Aug. 15. church.
hone and iii t* n minuies all was You do not want to come clean this city found itself in the grip ot a# If a man win not hear the church
with God because that would mean street car strike for the second time he has no business in the church,
that you would have to straighten in less than four months today. A Let him be no linger a brother,
up with your fellowman. You would strike of throe thousand carmen but a publican. The man wTho loves
have to take back tile goods you, became effective at midnight last peace will avoid discussion as far
have stolen or the wife you have night, stolen from another. You could not)
Judg anre. door Steffens, rn r* d:
They’re ready to report, vii Ste! Urns •*! Judge Tucker ami th* abs* ut lawyers on th** tele-'
I * ady.
On* Ret* miam Net <>ii.!ty.
Mr. Huh:; first gave the directed verdict of no case against the
Solomon News company, which dis ,
.. run your busbies as you are running
trihuted copies of the I ribone ot .. »..* ,.......
J in* 23. 1916. containing the libel.
Jesus. But, hear will finally curse
it if you came to me, ill-gotten gain tem- ! The award against the Tribune was j its owner.
ti.* n given and the clerk recorded “Man fear keeps many away from ,,...... Jesus. I knew a candidate who re
“You do sax upon your oath that iii** said defendants, the Tribune company, is guilty in manner and form as the plaintiff hath in his declaration in this cause complained
to accept Christ because he said his opponents in the race would make fun of him and say that he joined the church for a sinister purpose. Fear of men makes many a
ALLIES HOLD AUSTRIA FOR BELA KIIR’S ACTS
Uy the Associated Pre**
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man lose his soul. Bless your heart, The allied governments have noti* are you afraid the gang will oat raffled the Austrian government that
as possible. Expression deepens impression. That is why Christians should often testify for Christ and also why they should avoid factional talk. But if a faction maker persists. do not hesitate to discipline him.
“In Matthew xviii, 21, the Savior lays down the law of forgiveness on your part. Verse IG related to your brother’s duty to you; now he tells what is your duty toward him. He says you must forgive him even as often as seventy times seven, if need be. But you say you
Tonight and Saturday partly cloudy to cloud;.. Continued hot. ,
WASHINGTON, D. C., Aug. 15.— The Secretary of Commerce, upon the recommendation of the Director of the Census, has made the following appointments of supervisors of census for the State of Oklahoma:
Find District—James S. Davenport, Vinita, Craig Co.
Second District—Leonard Logan. Tahlequah, Cherokee Co.
Third District—D. A. Stovall, Hugo, Choctaw Co.
Fourth District—W. C. Geers, Tishomingo, Johnston Co.
Fifth District—Robert L. Peebly, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co. .
Sixth District—Benjamin F. Hennery, Watonga, Blaine Co.
Seventh District—Homer V. Heat-ly, Mangum, Greer Co.
Eighth District—C. H. Hyde, Alva, Woods Co.
RIOTING IN BITLER, PA.,
IN STRIKE SITUATION
tty lh* A*»<>c»at«VI Pros*
BUTLER. Pa., Aug.
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and vou assess the damages of the! cise you lf you don’t go the gait it will be responsible for Bela Run, cant do that. I hen you nan 1 mid plaint!! i on occasion of the ,hr> a colony of lepers] the Hungarian communist leader, seek for more grace than you have,
premises over and above costs and * harges by him about his suit in
from the state summoned. This the strike and alice.
constabulary were is the tenth day of: th** first disturb-!
ostracise me. Let the goats refuse and for his delivery later for trial j for Jesus says in that case Neither
to allow me to graze xvith them., by the allied tribunal, according to j will your Heavenly farther forgive
j Let th** hogs root me out of their an Innsbruck dispatch. Hun will be you your trespasses. (Mark xi.
his behalf expended, at the sum wallow, ll does me no harm. I saw* tried, it is said, for hanging and 24-26.)
' \ou find tan ant full of Industry and a grass- shooting Hungarians during his re- "Well, some say, I can lorgive
gime in Budapest. It is said that bim. but I don’t propose to have
he will resist extradiction on the anything more to do with him
grounds that he desires to go to the Then, according to the principle of
tramp looking for a job. He tad I united States. the mutality of Graveness, when
walled for something to trim up, ____ you Ret.t0 e £ates Heaven, St.
and the best thing that could have Peter will say to you. God has for-
turned up w as his toes. I heard | mollycoddle. During the recent war given you. but he doesn t propose
of a boy from the country who got you girls all took the "unlformitis’ to have anything more to do with a job in London. Ho was a guest; because you thought every soldier you.’ But the truth is, brother, you
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BUTLER, Pa., Aug. 15. - Rioting or six cents damage aud you find an ail! fuU of Industry and a grass-brok« out aroon* ^Wn^wortuHji th* the defendants,-Solomon N,.w*! l»rotror ut a ba I alerion
....... ........by the court. tramp looking for a job. Ho had
Over in Five .Minutes. The Jury acknowledged the
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MARKU ON PET BOGRAD
verdict as correct aud hurried frohi the court room. None would discuss :li**ir deliberations in detail.
The proceedings were over with astonishing brevity. The whole scene did not require more than
jut a social function in the homo of ' his boss. The lovely daughter of the homo aakod him to drink when wine : was served, but he had pledged his i mother with a kiss that he would
By *6«* A mn*** ted Pr**a«
T»n^PonNpet?oEgridAby th* mu"Boll I «"* minute.. The Jurors brushed drink. She ur*ed h'm to Uke sh* vik troops which Is hoped will past reporters and down the stairs, a hand at tho card fable, but he bo decisive is announced in a Ties-, when* they were sooon followed1 defined tor th*1 same reason. > sage from Helsinglors The attack-, by fh<> iaWyer«, Judge Tucker then - ^”(lf h^^m^s'and th^ husband1 of
eral °rCJudenHch° Un Support od ^by handful of spectators who had ro- the boss’ daughter. Women always Eothononlan troops. I mafaied and the court attaches. ] admire decent men and despise
hero. can never get to Heaven with malice
“Love of pleasure keeps some in your heart. If you have gotten away from Jesus. Have you heard the worst of the matter and suffer of th** girl who told the preacher ] wrongfully get your comfort, in I not to ask her to become a Christ- Peter ii, 19-24.
lait before Christmas? She sold her "‘Do you mean to tell me I must soul for a dance and the whirl! forgive the enemy w ho has lied on of society and went down to hell me?’ That is what Christ says. ‘And hugging her beautiful gowns. Do the scoundrel who has slandered not barter your soul for a card me.” That is what he says. It you
table, a theater party or the giddy dance.”
are filled by his spirit, you will do (Continued on Page Eight.)