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Publication: Ada Evening News January 1, 1919

Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 1, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma ®he mba Cbemng J^elus ADA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY I, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY A Happy Year TO Look Forward To A BUSY YEAR is before us. There is work a-plenty to be done during the coining months and happily it is £*5^ work of the building kind. The din of battle is replaced by the whir of peace-time industry, and everybody appreciates anew the joy in the prospect of labor. We extend to you the Greetings of the Season. We hope that success and contentment will attend all your efforts in this glorious year, in which we look forward to the blessings of peace and constructive work. Hearty Welcome Here To All Returning Soldiers. Fin pun NEW FOOTWEAR HOW IN DEMAND VXUKR ULU TRK ATV MAY AS- TITI.KS OF NOBH. ITV KOR COM- j SCMR IMHKOriON OK KOHM-    MANDERS    OK    VRTOHIOVS KH THICKISH PROVINCES. i    TROOPS. As usual, we have a stock sufficient to meet all demands. “Footwear of Quality.” IL lh** Associated Press PARIS, Jan. I.— Fiance plans to assume the guidance of the destinies of Armenia, Syria and Lebanon in the mw order of world affairs growing out of the war in conformity with treaties signed with Great Britain and Russia in 1915, if the coming I peace conference does not rule otherwise. According to automative information to the Associated Press Palestine under the French plan would be placed under international protection. By the Associated Pre— LONDON, Jan. I Earldoms will be conferred on Field Marshal Haig and Vice Admiral Beatty in recogni-ion o ftheir services during the wrar, according to the London Mail. It is stated also that Generals Horne, Plume!-, Byng, Kawlinson, Birdw'ood and AUenby will be elevated to the peerage. The newspaper says these honors will probably be accompanied by grants of money. lf AWAITS WOMEN'S SHOES In Brown, Gray, Field Mouse and Black, these are in most demand at popular prices. $2.50 to $12 FREE! EREE! With each pair of Girl Shoes we will give this week a Baby Doll Free. With each pair of Bt)s' Shoes we will give this week a Bag of Marvels Free. mm on I BOCKS Wild, HK. MKT VT FRONTIER T<>. At.llOl M> AT KIRK ISLAND, OI c MORROW HY KING AND    NYOUK. HUSTLING VOT VHI,KS OK NATION.    PASSENGERS. STEVENS-WILSON CO. Bi the A sin "in t cd Pn*Ks ROME, Jan. I. President Wilson will arrive on the Italian frontier the morning of Jan. 2. according to present plans He will be met at the border by King Victor Emmanuel, American ambassador Page and Count Di Cellere. Italian ambassador to the United States Leaving tile bot dm- the president will travel on a special royal train arriving in Rome at 10:30 Friday morning. which left Brest day with 2,4 80 soldiers .sailors aground at Fire MANY JEWS By the A'>•*<*« bited Pro** NEW YORK, Jan. I.- The American transport Northern Pacific, Fiance Christmas wounded and well and nurses went Island, one of the most dangerous coast points, in rain and log at 3:30 this morning. Seven hours later the vessel was fast in the sand with rain and snow falling intermittently. Naval officials said there is no prospect for releasing the vessel before tomorrow Tile uninjured men were to be brought ashore in a breeches buoy while the wounded and nurses were to be removed in tugs and small boats A -cfcue crew', including de- }' i St Toyers has been sent to the point. MEN’S SHOES Here you will find the most durable Shoes on the market today for Dress oj- for hard work. THE NLTTLETON SHOE FOR MEN This Store is Headquarters for Nettleton Shoes for Men. Shoes From $2.50 to $12 DEPARTS EN T STORE PP ORF I 5.M. SHAW. PROP. Established In 19019 ADA. OHL A. NORM VI NOTES. iii:vin lo intervene ie hoi,. SH EV ISM HI IHA KS OLT IN Sol TH GERMANY. K APT TRK VILLAGE NEAR ARCH- DOLES KILL AND WOUND MANV ANGLE AND ADVANCE TWO j    AT    DOSEN, KAST PRU*. M1LKS.    SLA. Bv th#* Annociated Br**--    1    •    Ny the A *>*«,. lated Brens ARCHANGEL, Jan. I.—American    COPENHAGEN, Jan Pogroms troops yesterday recaptured the Mi- occurred in Posen Sunday, according lage of Kadish, on the sector of ’the’to a Berlin dispatch received hire. Northern Russian front and today Youths raided Jewish homes, killed pushed forward their lines a distance thirty persons and wounded many, it of two miles beyond Kadish in the is said. A Jewish synagogue at Pos-dirertion of Vologda.    % en Is reported to have be* n destroy- ----------- -    ed by artillery fire while- filled with Let a Want Ad get ft for von.    worshipper IL lh.* A'iKOftntfd Br.**-* COPENHAGEN, Jan. I. Large sones of Italian troops are concentrated near Innsbruck. Austria, and according to Berlin reports the concentration is directed against Mu* j nu h. Berlin reports say that if Bolshevism breaks out in South Germany Italian troops will occupy that I region EVERYTHING READY FOR POULTRY SHOW Quite a few new faces are seen in the balls today. The total enrollment up to date is j 189. Enrolling is steadily continuing and it wont be long until the two-hundred mark is reached. The building is comparatively warm today. All the rooms that have been hard to heat now have stoves in them. The ceiling of the chapel is being remodeled and it is thought chapel can be held Friday morning, at which time Senator Harrison will address thi- students. Several new books have been added to the library. It is now one of the largest of the normal schools in the state. All students who are majoring in music, will be required to take harmony aud history throughout the entire year, and will be given university credit for it. MEN RIVEN RAISE OF WARES By tin* A snot*! Ated I'rfW DETROIT. Jan. I. A new min of $ 1.09 a day, for approximately 28-GOO employes throughout the country was announced today by the Ford Motor Company. Employee of the Ford Truck Co. were also included. The new minimum is effective today. ium wage scale of $6, a flat increase ent. The whitened ground this morning served as a strong reminder that winter is undisputed king for the pres- May your troubles be all pleasures for the coming year is the wish of your Photographer N.    BSTALL BERUN. Jan. I. Newspapers as sert Germans wen attack* d and rob bcd on the streets of Poses lui inc the lichting between Pole aud J. w - IVajrrr Service. The prayer service at t u First Presbyterian church toniglr will biggin the series of studies in Flu* hook of Romans the master" t*< «> of Pafl’s work. The studie will bi Scriptural and will doubtl* s help to clarify some minds as to bis meaning. May we count on \ -ut pres i enoe in these important leetlnga? j Let's begin the New Yea rightly by attending the mid-Week service. George Wesley Beck. Minister. New Year’s Greetings MAY THE NEW YEA# BRING MUCH HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY TO YOU ALL. “JUST WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERED.” Preparations an* complete lor the j Log poultry show which will open tomorrow morning. About four hun- j died entries are already in and more are to come. The officers of the association say scores of exhibitors from out of the county arc coining. as well as from almost every locality in the county. A feature of the show will be the exhibits of the boys and girls from the various schools districts of the county and from reports they have made good and will exhibit some classy birds. Already Initiated into the show* game through the district shows held at various school houses during December it will be interesting and well worth your time to come and see these youngsters win and lose like veterans. The show will he held In the Har-! ria Hotel Building on East Main j street. No admission charge is to be made, and every man, woman and child is urgently invited to attend. ILLIES DIVIDE LONDON, Jan. I.— German -ubina- By the .\«**M*lut«<I Brew Tines surrendered under the armistice are being divided among the allies, according to the mail. This newspaper says fifteen go to France, ten to Italy, seven to Japan and four to the United States. The U-boats turned over to the United States are said to he on their w-ay across the Atlantic. Givin &~yiays Drug Go. P;*M»liition of Partnership. The partnership between B. F. I Jones and Homer Howard in the drayage business has been dissolved, the undersigned succeeding to the business of the firm. 12-31-tf    B. F. JONES. FAMOUS AIR FIGHTER VICTIM OE INFLUENZA WILL INVES1IRATE f tty tin* A KhiH'lii t i'll Pre nu BERNE, Jan. I.—An inter allied commission charged with investigating food conditions in German Austria has left here for Vienna. Bv tin* A^IM'Ih LONDON, Robinson, members of died tonight an influenza awrarded the for bringing was raiding till Pres* Jan. IWillie Leefe one of the hest known the Royal flying corps, at Marrow, following attack. Robinson was Victorian cross In 1916 down a Zeppelin which London. NEM GOLD IIM ORD KOH PRESENT WINTER. V    _ The thermometer registered the lowr mark for the winter Tuesday night, falling to 6 degri'es. The low mark last week was IO.    ii Homo Wanted For Boy. Have a boy eleven years old who needs a home. He has been well raised, and is very intelligent.—S. B. Damron. Supt., United States Charities. Phone 616. Happy New Year We wish to thank our friends for their liberal patronage during the past year. Store open for business as usual today. The Surprise Store Established 1903 J 15*117 West Main St. Phone 117 Let a Want Ad get it for rn ;

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Publication: Ada Evening News

Location: Ada, Oklahoma

Issue Date: January 1, 1919

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