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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             VOLUME XV. NUMBER 249 ADA, OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1919 TWO CENTS THE COPY Everybody Should Have Good Shoes for this Kind of Weather We can fit you cor- rectly in the right kind of Shoes. MEN7 Good Styles from Ed- win Clapp, Howard Foster, Beacon and Other Good Makers at to WOMEN The finest of Kid Boots, in Brown, Gray and Black, from Selby and Sorosis. Sf> to (iood Shoes for Boys, for Curls and for the very little feet. SI.50 to Men's Good Heavy to stand hard use and rough weather Special Sale This Week on Overcoats. See Our Windows. and Men's STEVENS-WILSON CO. !lJOLSHKVlkl TltOlHf.K LOOMS SKRIOtJS TKOUULK APPtARS I WITH GftOtVIKT. INTHRNAI, BREWIJMJ. GERMANS PKb- IMSSKNSIONS. PAHK TO UESIST. the ASf-Oi'illtrd PreKK uONDO.N, Jau. 2.--Poland is in i despair owing to the invasion of Bol- shevist troops mid apparent indiffer- ence of tho western powers to her pleas, according to a Warsaw' dis- patch to the Mail. After dealing with the, -Bolshevist menace to Lem- 'burg. and other places the cor- respondent siiys tlie sltunUoii was I made worse by internal disorders. Factories in nil industrial towns were destroyed by ttio Germans and thou- sands of roles sent to Germany dur- ing the war are returning hut cun- not Ibid employment. They are tak- ing the into their own hands and forcing their employors to give them money. Lodz is in German hands and t'hey have some of the regular troop officers. I the Press COPENHAGEN, Jan. Polish army of 30.000 men is marching on Berlin, according to a dispatch re- ceived here quoting rumors in circu- lation at the German capital. Gustave Noske. member o[ the Ebert cabinet, in charge of military affairs, is said to have ordered the fifth German di- vision to meet the poles, I'olcs io Frankfort. LONDON. Jan. troops have entered Frankfort on the Oder river, fifty miles east of Berlin, says a Berne dispatch to the Express, which adds that the Poles occupied liethuen, Prussian Silesia, and Bromberg, in Posen. sixty nine miles northeast of Poser, city. liH MAKi: AM> :KM  MKX ox IXKLHT ou SHIM; DK- NOKTIIKKN I'AOI. 1C. KKAT; I.KXISK KSOAI'ES Hi iiji- A.....inli-il NEW YOUK, Jan. 2. Constant pounding oi sea.- against ihe Aineri- ean transport Northern Pac-ilic i stranded on Fire Ulnnri since :I: iill 'A. M. Wednesday had driven the ship higher on the beach this afternoun, swinging her bow so she was only ;fn> yurds from shore. Waves high- er than preelnded the taking off or transferring to other vessels the o.Oun troops on board, according naval officials. At noon it was said there was i'ttle prospect that the roops cinihi be landed until late in the day. 10.1 CAMP OF 111 r.ll' ll 1 VLADIVOSTOK. Jan. 2. Captur- ing Perm, in tlir I'm! mountains, j General Gaida, at the head of Czc-cho- !Slovak and Siberian forces, virtually destroyed the Bolshevik third army, from which he took prison- ers. railway cars, 120 field guns. I! 11 automobiles and an entire i wagun transport and several armor- ed trains. One of the armored trains bore Nikolai Lenine. Bolshe- vik premier, who was directing ope- ifiiions in the Perm region. Lenine escaped but several members of his staff were captured. Ten Bolshe- vik regiments are declared to have been annihilated by General Galda's forces. ,1 F. .HAKKS MONEY Ol-T OF HIS Tl'KKKVS. J. F. Weldon. who lives near Ada. hua sold worth of turkeys this year and highly pleased with his profits. He gave the birds the best of care and was- well paid for !n> WITHER RKPOKT. Fair and somewhat wanner is the outlook for Friday. Baby's Dimples We know how Io get 'em. Phone for appointment. Stall's Studio F'HONS i Tin' Pontotoc i'ount> Poultry Show opened this morning a- jiej- sc.hedule I next LO the Ilnrri; and is now in full A lai-Re number 'of birds on represent- ing :ill oi tile bi'st breeds and the show is a splendid for those who admire fine poultry, ter Ilurtoti of ArlinKlon, is 'tlie and this afternoon is busy the awards. Although several in different parts I of the county who intended to have 'exhibits here were prevented by bad the show is a credit to the 'association. It is a long jump from I the first show held here jive years I UKO to th's "ne, especially in the im- proved qunlity of the birds. The show will be open tomorrow and Saturday. Admission free ajjd everybody is invited to visit it. The Woodmen of the World have made a splendid record during the past year. During this time they have added members to the rolls, aud the Camp now has about 700 members, ranking second or third amorm the Camus of Oklahoma. There were eleven deaths amonp the members mid the beneficiaries were paid JKi.OUO. and a has been or will be placed at each The Camp has paid out for relief of sick members, contributed to the emergency hospital, to the Hert Cross, nnd purchased of Liberty lionds and Stamps. -SCHNKS OK CAIBTY IN I-'IIWVT SI NOW WAR IH-XJAN Koru YKAIIS Bv ihi- Associiitod I'rt-s.s liKRLIN. 2.--Berlin tangoed her way out of the old year and fox- trotted'into It was the firCst here since the outbreak of the war in 1 in-t and the revellers made the most of it. In the down- town section of the city the crowds approximated those of peace times nnd police reports showed them to have been well behaved. NEW FOOTWEAR NOW As usual, we have a stock sufficient to meet all de- mands. "Footwear of Quality." WOMEN'S SHOES In Brown, Gray, Field Mouse and Black, these are in most demand at popular prices. to FREE! EREE! With each pair of Girl Shoes we will give this week a Baby Doll Free. With each pair or Boys' Shoes we will give this week a Bag of Marvels Free. MEN'S SHOES Here you will find the most durable Shoes on the market today for Dress or for hard work. THE NETTLETON SHOE FOR MEN This Store is Headquarters for Net- tleton Shoes for Men. Shoes From to S.M.SHAW. PROP. Kstiiblished In I9O2 ADA.OffLA. "Titp; with The people who worship at the First Methodist church next Sunday will be with a New Year sentiment including the pastor's ser- man program for the. month of Jan- nary. All absentees will -be noted while those in attendance are beinpr tapped. Let no ordinary excuse prevent yon from starting 1919 right by attend- ing divine worship on the first Sunday of the New Year. It is reported that the men plan to outnumber the women in the Sunday School next Sunday. They did it last M. CrntchfieJd, Pastor. Miss Myrtle Roberts of Wetumka 'arrived Wednesday and enrolled in jthe Normal. She was a student at i Eduiond the first part of the year. ___ Cherry Bark Cougjh Syrup Children like it because it tastes like Rich, Ripe, Red Cherries. The Flavor is fine, the effect is perfect. When that live blond headed boy gets to coughing tonight give him some Rexall Cher- ry Bark Cough Syrup. The coughing stops instantly, and little blondy sleeps soundly and sweetly. Try Cherry Bark for the little folks. 30c, 60c, and grown ups like it too. Grtm Mays Drug Co. Koff, Oklahoma, i January 2. 1019. j Tile Ada News. There were bales of cotton, jconnting round as haJf bules, ginned j in pontotoc County from ihe crop of J1918. prior to December 13, i as compared with 2G.C27 bales gin-1 tied to December 33. i A. W. McKBEL. j 1 Special Ane.nt. AT IHE M IJUKRTY. j HiiR'on. the Mighty, is great j Bluebird drama featuring Monrooj Salisbury. It is a picture much outj of the ordinary and is Intensely -in-i teresting, Cornlnp tomorrow: The, Jack of Diamonds. j AMKIUCAN Almii Reubens and Jack Richard-: son are featured in the drama. The j Painted Lily. It Is a story with a I strong moral, showing the fate of a gambler. Ill- I 111' ASKlldlltl'd 1'tVS.K YORK, Jan. 2, 3 p. Announcement that both wounded and well soldiers aboard the stranded transport, Northern Pacific, are being removed to both the outlying rescue vessels and to the s ho re in email boats was made at o'clock by Brigadier General McManus, of the port of embarkation, Hoboken. PIKE ISLAND, Jan. officers and one soldier, all wounded, were landed here in a coast guard boat from the Northern Pacific Jliet before noon today. Four more boats filled with soldiers arrived soon after, while four other boats flllefl with crew members left the ship I'or near- by rescue vessels. Normal James Floyd Jeter, a for- mer student of the Normal, was a. visitor to'dfty. Mr. Jeter was a stu- dent when the Normal was first open- ed, entering the navy in the fall of i Litutenant Virgil Cottlngluun shaking hands with friends tit school today. Virgil has played a great part in the history of I3ast Central. He wus iv familiar figure In both ath- letic and literary lines for several yearn. To Corner of Twelfth and Townsend, where I am better prepared than ever to serve you with Buick cars and parts. GRANT IRWIN. Phone No. 2. Dissolution of Partnership. The partnership between B. F. 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. Just firmed! STUNNJNti NKW FOOTWBAK AS TO STYLE AND DUALITY. TUIVI, FASHIONABLK, (JOO1) looking lace models that express the last word in footwear smartness, and with the highest grade shoe making and material as the basis for true admira- cannot be excelled. They're in Browns, Greys and HLtcks, Priced lit ami The Surprise Store Establishea 1903 415-117 West Main St. Phone U7   

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