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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma S" VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 52 ADA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, JMAY 13, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY are of a race, living- in a world of new ideals. You know that you have the power within you to be the equal of the best and you want to dress up to'vour ideal of yourself. H. 8. M. CLOTHES are modeled for Young Men who have such ideas and In newest styles with all the military attributes; the very popular stitched and braided waist-line effects are also well represented. Smartest fabrics t2 FEATHER WEIGHT SUITS to STEVENS-WILSON CO. I i 70 NEWS READERS We regret to inform our readers that beginning today and continuing for probably three days, the News will not be the kind of paper we have.been giving you, nor the kind of paper we are preparing to give you in. the future. In conformity with the plans of the new management to give you a seven_ column, eight page paper permanently -on or about June 1st it is neces- sary to place some new machinery and .tear down and overhaul some that we have. Among "this is the big press which prints the News, necessitating the use of the press of the Star-Demo- crat for which we are under lasting obligations to the big hearted editor of that paper. We ask our readers, therefore, to put up with a "bum" paper for the period of time necessary for us to get in shape for bigger things in the future, and we feel that with this explanation they will be g ad to do so We thank vou for your forbearance for the next three or four days. OF AUSTRIAN TREATY I'.y tin.1 Asstn-liiti'il I'l-css j I'ARIS, May peace treaty, will) Austria, now well towards com-' KRKJHTKK PROSPKCT FOR SO-i pletion. the responsibility clause Ol-' V15XKI> QUKS- TIOXS AT VKRSAILLKS. VMJK Mnv v The It-ilimifl.'nis.'s provide trial for military drill, operating two nml a half miles, I'ARlh. M.-O Italian _ 3..... :iuernational court l-'rancis, penetrated I'l'c-i: May problem seemed nearer solution i when today's conference liosau among the allied representatives here and it was thought probable; that a basis of understanding will lygards be reached d h is been inserted identical with that i iii i ho German treaty with excep- iii'jii that the first clause providing i for a trial of Former Emperor Wll- i liani is omitted. The remaining Olh STATK COMPANY'S WELL1 OK AHA IN LAST K The Oil State Oil Company's by an international The frontier question pro- snmi last evoninp at a depth of one sorioissue in the of i he lower Tyrol "o" which is detached from Aus- _ _ T I n 1 T( Quite a crowd of interested stock- holders had fathered at the well early in the afternoon, all expect- Lit' ItUUllvU U VI i in-i iiiu tiv i tv> i f CU l l J ill i ii v w v delapatos are reported displaying.
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