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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma ADA.'QKLAHOMA. THURSDAY. JANUARY TWO CENTS THE C( IX-UMS OK PACIFIC ISLAND AM) MWIAT10 OAVSH FKJO- T1ON. COHKKSPONDENT OF LONDON" MAIL SAYS MATTER READY SETTLED. llv HIP Assoi-luii'il l-ivss LONDON, Jan. a late edition the Mail prints report from its IMris correspondent who writes that treaties between England and .lumin relative to Islands in North i'a'cltlc with Arabs regarding tin' Assdvllilrd LONDON. Jan. peace Copyright .'icc'Hiipn Ing tin- most, have learned tile art lironipt nctii'ii. of
isli'r said "Mimlivr, I'm jmir bnitlii'i1 an' you're i.iv .--i.-trr.' YOUR brp.-.k- fast tastes ho'fr rflcr you uso Klcnio. Get n tube to ify today. There is nctv ofi awnhing you the Cool, Clean Klonzo on yonr teeth tongoc. It Isn't merely ttsle. It's a tts- tiir neat- that is 10 tiny, littlt taste nerTeB, freeing them of I sulc secretions that mouth fcot Little John's Wish, John's mother objei-is in iitiarreMns I nnd lighting among her clilldren. One j day some one a friend's bouse us linvlng stu-li In-avy piirtltlon i tlmt noise in ime nimii I'niild not be henrd in mi ndjuining room. John said, "I wish otir house was like tlmt; then when mamma is In the sitting room mill us kids in Hie dining room get n scrap started, wo euultl fight In pence." FamlManty "aJf-orffl. In (.metis and where men nnd women work logether, it Hs bad form for workers to address other by their first imtiies. Men slumld be canv ful to mldresh woman Miss ,____. Women slumld not fall Into the bad habit of calling men by their lust names, us llrown, or Jones, without prefixing Mr. It Is wise be friendly wlihnut being fumlllar or Bye. PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN MOUNTAIN SHEEP. By the ABHOclfttcd 1 OURAY, Colo., Jan. tain sheep are Betting tame enough this winter so that photographs can be taken of them as they come down the mountain side to a spot near the railroad station where the county j has provided hay for them. Coming i of the mountain sheep into, town al- ways is a sign that there has been a heavy snowfall in the mountaina and some-wlntera Ouray hasn't had a single sheep to "feed. FIRST SHOWING OF SILK FOR SPRING TO There are Jerseys, Satins .and Taffetas. Some in solid colors, some in all Jersey with accordion plaited ruffles, also handsome Pussy Willow Taffetas in Oriental Designs. New Jersey Silk Bloomers in Navy, White and Emerald. Priced See Them Today. The Surprise Store Established 1903 J15-117 IVesf Main-St. Phone n7
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