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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma TWO CENTS THE COPY ADA, OkLAJIQMa, NUMBER 33 VOLUME XVI. XKW voiuc AM> GIN WOIIK AT HOtni, I CKIfuMAJS'S MAV UK G1VKN StCB- STANCE OF TEKMS. ADR1A- TIC OVESTfOX UP. Summer wear, can be made up at small ex- pense from our line of La Porte Cotton Fabrics. COLORED COTTONS plaids, and solid colors. :u. yard VoiK-s, and Xephyrs in ;i splvndid ol1 WHITE GOODS the thing for warm weather Waists, Skirts :ind Dn'sst's, pt-r yard-------. Organdies. Voiles, Ixiwns and Skirt- f-'S beautiful, crisp mid frosh jusi STEVENS-WILSON CO. II PARIS, April doubt's were expressed today whether the 'perfected treaty would be present- ed the Germans coming Friday. While treaty will be communicated ta them in substance It was said In j thronged, in informed cricles that it "would i brat ions. be physically inpossible to present at v the document in its complete, final I Chicago, April .three- form in the four days remaining j hours_ .betweea and- before the arrival of the German envoys. Premiers Lloyd George, K.v iln- AMMK'lfttwl I'ress NEW YORK, April tory Loan .that got under way short- ly after iiiid-jiight.with popular Tsubr- scriptlonB totalling over'. at an early hour gained the day advanced many patriotic celer" Clemen- and Orlando met again this morning in Clemenceau's office to consider the Adriatic, question. Pres- ident Wilson will spain absent him- self Ironi the conference, but will attend later to be heard in tho fin- al decision. It Is realized that n de- cision can he delayed no longer. o'clock thousands of assem- bled in Grant Park, on ihe front, and patriotic songs', m the formal Victory Loan1 cajnpaJga' in the seventh federal reae'rve" dte- triet. The campaign ovur 00.0, 000 in sobgcrSptipiifi, and it will be necessary of bonds I'our hours to meet the city's quota in the HOUSES WIJLL t OF MAHCH A XI) AUJKS Wll.l- "COl'lUERS" AT VEHSAUjMS r CONFERENCE. Tin- business houses of Ada will illy AssuHutril I 'row lit- closed Tuesday from to .4 j PARIS, April 21. Germany has P. while tin1 city turns out to addresses and touches on in tho parade, hour tin- put the finishing Viciorv Loan, This appointed a delegation of rather un- important personages to attend the Versailles conference and receive Die text nf the peace treaty which the lust, it is t.he plan of thejiney are to take back to Berlin and.l committee to ouickly dispose of it j to the cabinet. The morn-' and'tltus end the mntler, so far as- see in this sending I Poutotoc county is concerned. Oj us they term The parade will be the. lust in ihe I without powers, instead otj j interest of a loan and _wiil be the; deleflates of proper standing, noth- ing bukcvidence of bad faith and al transparent maneuver to Sain tinje. VICTORY LOAN NOTES Fill out an application through some of the tory loan campaign workers, specifying the number' of notes and the denomination. Notes will be in denominations of Make payment with application of 10 per cent of your total subscription. 10 per'cent, payment July 15. 20 per cerrt p'ayment Aug. 12. 20 payment Sept. 9. 20 pet payment Oct. 7. 20 per cent Nov. 11, with accrued interest on deferred installments. Payment in full may be made on May 20, the 10 per cent, required with application having been duly paid on or before May 10. Payment can also be com- pleted on any installment date with accrued interest. The first payment of interest will be made hold- ers of the notes on Dec. 15, 1919, and after that on June 15 and Dec. 15, and at maturity. PHOMC 77 S.M. SHAW PROP. In IfM ADA, OKLA. molv interesting from the fact that soldier, sailor and ma- culls itiry hail received fifty-ilnvc spouses. Hankers' statements received in rlno to in uni- the early inoruiiis mail and sent out form, thus tivinp the' citizeus some view LOAN MAKES The Echo de Paris says the allied i Satui-day nigM show that pay men to over worth of bonds before Sunday had been made in tho state. "We have received of the personnel of the returned and encouraging buy more bonds so that the others still in France may brought home with as no word from county chairmen this] little delay :is possible, morniiis." said Mr, "Graham, "tint! Besides the military the general disposition on the part of aJl wiir workers throuphotit the state governments are de- not to accept these sub-i ordinate personages and Germany, will be notified immediately to send' delegates equipped with full powers] victory Loan campaign opened and" naval to conclude feature, the Confederate Veterans, i-L- School Cadets, Boy Scouts, Red SKVKKAL OTHKK shown in reports received before and oilier organizations will POIVT QUOTA AU1KAHY opening -of the campaign is to tie Jr, lino. srBSOIUHHO. Unit
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