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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - March 1, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma DEPARTMENT STORE The Surprise Store Established 1903 West Main St. . Phone JIT TWO CENTS THE COPY ADA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, MARCH I, 1919 VOLUME X\ Saturday's The Day, Men! For You to Clothe Yourself SOI.DI HULS AXD WORKMEN’S TOI Nm, DECIARES ITSELF SUPREME. BX HY ETTA PLANNING TO PAY EXPENSES 1X>R SIXTY. OTHER TOWNS STRONG. LATE EltiUKES PIACK AT ALMOST TWO MILLION. Men’s Winter S REDUCED! Bv Associated Pres* IiASLE, March I.—The Soldiers’! and Workmen’s council at Munich has discussed the constitution for Bavaria according to advices here and has declared that the Bavarian Diet is adjourned and the Soldiers’ and Workmen’s Council shall be known as the provisional National Council until the new congress meets. The soldiers’ and workmen’s congress has assumed supreme pother. Martial law I>eclared. PARIS. March I.— The Soldiers’ and Worfmen’s Congress at Munich has declared martial law for all Bavaria according to a Zurich dispatch to the Matin. By th** AnodlltHl Pre** WASHINGTON. March I. Battle d. aths during the war among all participants according to all available statistics were given today by General March as 7,354.000 men ' representing only those killed in action and died of wounds. Russia leads the list with 1,600,-000; Germany second with 1,500,000 and the United States last on the list i with 50,000. Other figures were. ; France 1,385,000; England. 800,-000; Italy, 4 60.000; Turkey, 400,-i OOO; Belgium. 102.000; Rumania, | 100.000; Serbia and Montenegro, I OO,OOO. These Suits can be bought now from us at a big saving. This is an event, Mr. Man, which you cannot afford to neglect if you are an economist., We are receiving some new’ modles for Spring of the latest materials in the Schloss Bros, line and other good makes. Spring Silk Shirts . . ..$51 Underwear Special This is an opportunity to get in on a big saving $2.00 Unions, Special, $1.60. PENNSYLVANIA SENATOR IN SI STS AMERICAN RIGHTS WOULD SUFFER. Nettleton Shoes for Men S.J*. SHAW, PROP. Established In 1908 ADA. OHL A PHONE 77 NOTICE. On Monday evening, March 3, at 7:30. a good, old-time pie supper will be given at Glenwood school under the auspices of the Patent-Tea,chers’ association. A short program will be rendered. Everybody come! Plenty of good coffee free. 2-28-3t COLORED SOLDIERS LAND AT NEW YORK By the Associated Press NEW YORK, March I.- The steamship £obral arrived from Brest today with 2655 troops, mostly National army colored troops from the ninety-second division. STEVENS-WILSON CO Hemstitching and Piloting Mrs. M. A. Cassidy has purchased a new machine and is now prepared to do hemstitching at her home, 922 East Eighth Street. Phone 445. Your work solicited. 2-24-6t. Fi ida> e\eniiu about 8 o’clock Dr. Breco saw .un aeroplane while near Truax switch. lie stated that the pilot was evidently try.ng to find some place to land. but was afraid to on account el the darkness. He flew near the ground tut several minutes. Dr. Breco immediately phoned into town to have some a ltos go out to the fair grounds and keep then lights on so as to serve as a beacon for a landing place. id* stated that he did not know which direction the plane came from but that he went off in a southwesterly direction. II** told the telephone girls to phone to Pontotoc and Wapanucka and have the people Diet * set fire to a hay stack so as to show a landing place in case the aviator appeared PLANTS NOW IU ADY Your Bermuda. Onions ani Frost Proof Cabbage Plants. Phone 4 75. 222 North Johnson Stre< • 2-24-6t. D. W. SHILLING. Nick T. Heaid. tax assessor of Pontotoc county. was seriously burned at an early hour this morning at his home on East Seventh. While standing before an open gas store his night shirt caught fire and he was enveloped <n flames. Ut* finally succeeded in smothering it with a quilt, but not until badly burned. The worst burns were on his back. At last account the injured man was resting fairly well. We Can Make It If you have a Photo that want Copied or Enlarged, it to us We have everv la for doing this class o w< and. we know how— Do you have spells of dizziness and everything turning black before the eyes? These are symptoms of torpid liver and a clogged condition of the bowels rake Prickly Ash Bitters and get rid of tin* misery. It is the light thing for such disorders. Price 11.25 per bottle ('.win & Mays Drug Co., special agents. Stairs Studio \ llvini ll of Fresh Flowers. If you have a friend who’s discourager ill. And a message you’d send that will give him a thrill Of pleasure to know' that you thought it worth while Thus your friendship to show and to help him to smile. And to while away some of his dark, lonely hours. Just send to his home a hunch of fresh flowers. Ada Greenhouse. 2-2R-6t PHONE 34 The March Victor Records Are Here MEN'S SHIRTS NOW GOING ON Beginning today we have placed on sale one big lot of fine Shirts, ends of different lines, made of excellent grades of madras and percale, in both soft or stiff cuffs, with aud without collars. They are stylish and as new as any you will see about town, regardless of the fact that they are offered at KELLY FI ELD PLAY ERS PLEASE ADA Al DIENER The Kelly Field Players entertained a large audience at the normal auditorium Friday evening and fully Justified the high expectations of tho audience. The men are nil real artists and every feature of the program brought applause and most of them were encored. It was an entertainment full of variety and one that held the close attention of the spectators. It was all high grade such as is appreciated by people of refinement. March Gives DemiibHlaatHHi Figure*. WASHINGTON, March I -Army demobilization up to yesterday had released 1.301.959 officers and men. General March announced today. Of these 77.542 were officers. Demobilization orders now have reached 1.571,000 men. ..Mabel Gairison John McCormack Harry Lauder ...Vernon Dalhart _____Olive Kline Elsie Baker Kiss Me Again”--- My Irish Song of Son. *. There is Somebody Wa t ug I Am Waiting for Ye ii. Liza Beautiful Ohio”--Dear Little Boy of Mil ’ DAM I' ! EtBRDs _ Waltz ___________Waltz Medley One-Step -Fox Trot Medley One-St< p ________Fox Trot Till We Meet Again Beautiful Ohio”--- Oui, Oui, Marie**-- Sweet ’n Pretty”--- The Girl Behind the < un Rockin’ the Boat”— _ . Givin <S~ Mays Drug Go. Agents Itexall Goods. Liggett’s Chocolates
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