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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - February 10, 1924, Ada, Oklahoma Some of the thugs in this country of their surplus artillery so after All the nations Are induced to disarm All the news while it is news sunday partly Cloudy borne what colder monday unsettled probably rain. Five cents the Coprada Oklahoma sunday february to 1924. Volume xxx number 265 magic healers on wherein in found the dram Snake Oil sold under Competition. How Long of How Long editorial How Long is the Public to suffer from the pro viscous Sale of worthless or Well nigh worthless medicines on the streets of Ada what other town of any considerable size permits this the City officials have tried to Stop the practice but thus far have been foiled in their attempts. By forming More or less real connections with some local concern by engaging the services of sex service men or by some other method of evading the spirit of the Law these people have been Able to get by with their methods and their products. Various methods Are used by these Street fakers to attack crowds. Black faced comedians musicians and More or less humorous jokes Are used to attract those who want amusement. When the crowd has gathered then the speller begins to Tell what wonders his medicines will do. They do everything from removing dimples from the Chin to extracting Teeth and taking out the appendices and tonsils. The City officials will meet tuesday evening with the directors of the chamber of Commerce and formulate plans to make Ada a City in this respect and not a Crossroads Community to be taken in by the questionable practices of those who Are willing to take Money for nothing. Where buyer Are generous the Supply May increase a thus starts the tale of the Competition of our Opportunity Medicine dealers. No sooner had the planking of a Banjo and an announcer offered the buying Public one Brand of All Healing Medicine than a Ford swings into View with an aged Rattlesnake and other members of the cast dedicated to the Sale of genuine Snake of for the cure of Snake bites and other internal and external ills. The noise begins the Snake motes two vendors boisterously announce their remedies for the ills of Mankind and the fickle audience sways Between the two Fords containing bargains some patronizing both. Near the close of the Day a truce was evidently in Vogue but. The crowd remained As one made Way for the other in benefiting suffering Mankind. The Organ grinder with his Monk and the it politician with his Swan song fades into shades of ignoble oblivion when the Street Vendor of colourful medicines takes the Rostrum before the saturday afternoon buyer. For a sonorous song with the plaintive Strum accompaniment of a wheezing Banjo or the flapping of an aged Snake before an Awe stricken audience dollars made of Silver come jingling in from unsuspecting sources. The droll voice of the Opportunity Salesman preaches on the blessings to humanity his Little bottle of Medicine has Given in its numerous years of existence How the lame have been made to walk and the sick bask in the glow of health wonderful and All for a meagre sum. Hut there s ofttimes trouble in such Good opportunities an Herrin heart military tramp of guardsmen who come to restore Apple of Asa s Eye charged with violating booze ordinance. Follies girl leaves clue in statement that links Dorothy Between klan and Antis brings open Attlein Herrin. Two men taken As companions of wife of capitalist in apartment spree. Detectives believe two girls slain by same clique in operation. By the associated frees Herren ill., feb. 9�?re stricter martial Law prevailed la the City tonight having been proclaimed by colonel Albert Culbertson in charge of state militia sent Here after disturbances last night Between a wet and dry elements. The militia has taken the pm lice Powers of the City and visitors have been instructed to refrain from entering the City Over sunday and monday. The courts will be permitted to function with civil authorities in charge colonel Culbertson said. He added that full martial Law would not be proclaimed in the county. Decision to apply restricted martial Law was reached tonight after col. Culbertson had been in communication with adjutant general Black at Springfield who ordered the dispatch of 20 additional companies of National guards to the county. Col. Culbertson said the situation was not As satisfactory As he desired. Of on ahmui�4 pro Atlanta feb. 9�?mrs. Aaa g. Candler w. J. Stoddard and g. W. Keeling were arrested by the police today while seated in an apartment House around a table on which stood a quart bottle which the police said contained a Small Quantity of liquor. They were taken to the police station and released on Bonds of Hoo each signed by Stoddard before the City recorder to appear tuesday morning at 8 of clock. The three Are charged with violating Section 1768 of the City code. The arrests were made by chief of police James l. Beavers and police Captain a. J. Holcombe. The chief said that mrs. Candler when arrested said they were having a a Little party in the apartment which belonged to a lady she said was a Friend of hers. She did not give the name of the apart ment owner the chief said. The chief took the three to police station and after Bond was arranged accompanied them Back to their automobile mrs. Candler a automobile he said was waiting for her at the Corner of peach tree and North Avenue and Stoddard a was parked on third Street Between peach tree and Juniper streets. The apartment House where the arrest was made is situated the police said at 48 Juniper Street. Mrs. Candler was formerly mrs. Mary Little Yagto she and or. Candler were marked on june 20 last in the Chapel of Emory University. Her husband or. Candler is a millionaire capitalist and soft drink manufacturer or this City. Last week he won a suit which mrs. I Ozeima de Boucher of new Orleans and Reno Nevada brought against him for $500,000 for alleged breach of Promise to marry. Or. Stoddard is head of Stoddard s dry cleaning and dying establishment of this City. He is president of the National cleaners and dyers association j or. Keeling is in the Brick business. Of the antedated press los Angeles. Feb. 9�?winfield Westover Hart formerly of the films and wife of William s. Hart 2-gun hero of Western screen plays has signed a complaint which will be filed by her attorney today asking the Superior court to pass upon her right to return to motion picture acting despite an agreement with her husband since their separation in 1922 restraining her from such a course according to the los Angeles times. Mrs. Hart is now prohibited from appearing in motion pictures or from allowing herself to be photographed for screen or advertising purposes during the life of a Trust fund of $103,000 established for her by Hart shortly after their separation. The terms of the fund to which she agreed provided that she will receive the entire amount upon the death other husband or in a vent of a divorce from him Aud that Mear while she will receive the income from the fund in monthly instalments provided she respects the other clauses of the jurors return Bills of indictment against College charges Otey with embezzlement of College funds. Annual Bill reported before Congress lists purpose of annual Fundin Congress Washington. Feb. 9�?the annual naval approbation Bill carrying $271,942,867, of which $30,000,000 would be available for completing More than a score of vessels now under construction was reported today by House appropriation committee. The total is $4,463,000 less than the budget estimate and $23,024,000 less than the amount allotted the Navy by Congress a year ago. The Bill provides $117,00,000 for pay enough to keep the Navy at its present strength of 6,469 officers and 86,000 enlisted men during the fiscal year beginning july i next provision also is made for 1002 officers and 19,500 enlisted Emu in the Marine corps the present strength for aviation the Bill carries $14,590,000 or $67,174 less Han last years approbation. The committee explained that it had slashed $410,000 from the budget estimate for aviation on account of a development program recommended at Pearl Harbor Hawaii and Coccoro Lokk Coc Bolo canal zone which have not been authorized by Law. Commenting on the proposed Polar trip of the dirigible Shenadoah next summer the report said that the actual expense Over Normal operating costs would approximate $185,000 and that since most of this would be met with current appropriations the committee and not seen fit to interfere in any Way with plans for the expedition. Efforts of Lenroot fails move Colorado publisher. The Interior department appropriation Bill was reported to the Senate carrying $263,484,756. The annual naval appropriation Bill carrying $271,942,867 was reported by the House appropriations committee. Chairman Reed submitted to the Senate John t. Of Ryan a report As general counsel for the Senate veterans committee. Attorney general Daugherty returned from Florida and conferred with president Coolidge discussing largely he said the Oil lease investigation. The Johnson immigration Bill providing for restriction to two per cent of nationals residing in this country under the 1890 census was reported to the House. House Republican leaders informed president Coolidge that the tax Bill would be taken up on the House next thursday and held continually before that body until a final vote. Oppolt Lon to the Mckenzie Bill authorizing acceptance of Henry Fords bid for muscle Shoals was expressed in a minority report submitted by members of the House military committee. The Senate reached an agreement to vote at 5 p. In. Monday on the Robinson Resolution requesting president Coolidge to Call for the resignation of Secretary Denby. Fredrick g. Bonfils Denver newspaper publisher appearing before the Senate Oil committee charged that Harry s. Sinclair e. L. Dohney and the a Standard Oil Allied companies had conspired to assure award of the Teapot dome naval Oil lease to Sinclair. The county Farmers Union held its regular meeting saturday and aside from its usual routine business adopted a Resolution requesting senator Looney to support House Bill no. 17 which is to come up before the Senate shortly. This measure provides a Means of keeping a record in each county whereby the names of members of the Cotton growers or other co operative organisations will be kept on record. Secreted Belier requested the news to announce those who made payments on Stock in a proposed co operative Mill sometime ago were invited to be present at the next meeting of the county Union at which time their Money will be refunded. February proves Short matrimonial month three Chw hid for Socia most convention los Angeles Reb. 9�?a conductor was killed and a break Man and passenger wounded today on Union Pacific train number 25, West bound when w. H. Barnett of Caldwell Idaho began shooting in the Forward end of a Day coach As the train was pulling out of Barstow East of Here according to advices to officials of the Railroad company. The slain conductor is w. 8. Horton of los Angeles. The wounded Are c. Carlson of Shelby Idaho and Harry Barringer break Man of los Angeles. Barnett was aisle by the other passengers and taken form the train at san Bernardino by county officers. February the shortest Calendar month of the year gives evidence of cold shoulder for Dan cupid and his rival the divorce court lawyer. With a third of the month past Only three had sought solution to the court clerk for marriage License. The list of divorce petitions for the part of the month already gone read one. Of a a Priam pfc St. Louis. Feb. 9�?boston. New York and Philadelphia made bids for the 1924 National convention of the socialist party at the meeting of the executive committee Here today to decide on the time and place of the meeting. The convention probably will be in april or May it was said. Eugene v. Debs chairman was unable to be present As he is convalescing from recent illness. Rockwood tenn., feb. 9�?-posse men aided by bloodhound were today scouring the Countryside near Emery Gap Tennessee for Walter Newport wanted for the slaying of Deputy sheriff John Swann and Constable j. A. Jett of South Harrison Tennessee while Hie officers were in Uke act of raiding a still said to have been the property of Newport. Deficit of the belgian 8tate railroads last year was 33,0000,000 Oklahoma >6, Kama to

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