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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma VOLUME XV. ADAToKLAHOMA. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY Clearance of Dress Goods SILKS, WOOLENS, COTTONS One Lot Taffeta, Foulards, Poplins and Novelties. Values to
niiiuc t.i A now baby had corno to the home, computing the hours for each iml tho neighbors' little ones ill- piece. All members of the Pontotoc Coun- who believe themselves such certificates should lowod to come in to SOP him, A little nno Jooltod him ovor generally, then nioveil down to tho bottom-of thp long .Iross and. qiiiti! )itiKZlod. asked. "Ain't ae dot his t'eet t _________ ty Chapter entitled to make application at onco through the undersigned, setting out in full the exact amount and kind of service rendered. the committee on awards has but a short time .in which to make Don't Stop Influenra, iiooont rosearohos condnctoii hy MM. ouv a suu. V, ,e nd Lebnilly of the Pnsumr In- their decisions, application should be stltnto of Tunish hnvo prwo. that the njade without la. microbe of Is what is known UK 11 "niter Is. It. Is so small us to puss through niiy llltcr, no mnttor how minute the Interstices mny bo. FORECAST. MRS. ORVILLE SNEAD, Chapter Secretary. P. 3. Notice has just been received from Divisional Headquarters of an additional badge which will be Issued to women who have done a minimum of 400 hours service In Ihe Cross. Gingham Frocks Now Here are those dainty frocks, whose very shades suggest the radiant springtime. Frocks all gay, joyous and roseate with the spirit of peace and balmy springtime. The combinations are in plaids, stripes, checks and plain shades with Organdie and pique Collars. Some have large pockets and belts of same materials. Assorted Priced from to Fair and warmer is the outlook for Wednesday. You will always get fresh bread, pies and cakes, at tho City R. G, Knott, Prop. 2-3-21 The dlrecor of the Chinese geo- logisal survey estimates that country hag coal deposits, sufficient to supply the world at Its present rate of con- sumption of a billion tons a year Jot 1000 years. The Surprise Store Established 1903 JJ5-H7 West Main Si. Phone
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