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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma                             VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 62 ADA, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY IS idi UEl'UKNS LAST EVENING A3JTER YEAR OF SERVICE AT THE LOOKS WELL AND FEELS FINE. MKMOHIAL SKKVICKS AT FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH; UX- VKILIXG CIJUEMONY AT CK.MKTKRV. WILL OCCLTy HANKY WITH LAD1US' AXD GKNT.S' ItliADY TO WEAR STOKE BY JULY FIRST. Tomorrow, Sunday, will be ob- ITassen Brothers, owners of n served ns memorial dya by the'large mercantile establishment at Woodmen of the World, of which Stratford, are coming to Ada and Gilbert E. Reed, son of Mr. and Mrs. Yi'. L. Reed, one of the prom- inent families of this city, returned homo Inn evening after nearly hlls !l larKe membership, the will, about July first, open a large Ainpr.ipn'1 program will consist of memorial and up to date stock of ladies' year's service iirtuv in Franco. in the American .services at the First Christian and gents' ready-to-wear the Reed was in 'he Juno nt tlle eloven houl'- building owned by N. B. Haney. Jr., ill. Keen in ..tie Juno c y_ p.lslol. thc iocated nvo doora w-est of [ne Guar- adriress. In the afternoon the 1111- nnty State Bunk on Main, and now Snow White Bar- Copyright 1919 Schafiner Marx THEY are the best ''keep cool" faonrs we know; light weight, but all-wool and long wearing- at the same time; made by Hart Sehaft'ner Marx, and that means made right. We'll show them to you in all the new waist-seams, sport styles, sacks. Blue Series for Summer There's no tinio of lln1 when Rliie Sow isn't on'duty, l-'or summor wi-ar ihert- ;trr light weight serges: i.uthitiL' iiiu'r, in Satis- faction guaranteed. Prices: to Dixie Weave, to STEVENS-WILSON CO. to Intelligence depart-1 I was transferred to the 330th Infan- TSih Division, and it was with i thesp forces thtu ho remained uniil jthe termination of the struggle ;uid natil his linnl relwise overseas. The TSth was known We welcome the new firm to ihc j city and predict for them a pros- pe'roiis career in one of tho bos', cities ii: Oklahoma. draft of 1H1S and was sent rroui i Ada 10 Camp Cody, New Mexico. ,on..mouv will ,.lcc, a, occupied by th A tier a month in the casual camp Koscdalp Cemetery. i ber Shop and the Smathers Cleari- at that Place ho was placed in xl> Ot the order will be i ing .Works: Company, K.brd Inlantry, o4th I 10 assemble at the hall n- i They will nol remove the Straf- IMvision and assigned to the Intel-j-, 0.30 ,x _M .lnd lo thl. tord stock to Ada, but the Ada fs- lii-onci- tioparimeut. He was plac-, in regular order. At tablishmt'iit. will be independent, od at noveriiiiioni Wells, eight miles! p M__ ,hpv ,vin ajr.lin assemble at and the> claim, will be equal to j north of Camp Cody and remained j _.------------------------------------------any like establishment in the coun- tlicrc until tho early part of Sen-1 tembtr. training in patrol work pe-! (Mtliai inent. About tin1 middle of September! Mr. Kood was Camp Dix. New .H'rsey. where it was ex- pected that lie would sail immedi- ately ID foreign shores, but the "flu" epidemic held up the sailing imt.il October 13th. On October 25th. just! leu days from the timo lie left Am- erk'an shores, he landed at Liver- pool. England, and went immediate- ly to a New Zealand and Austral- in a camp located at Codford, Eng- land. Here it was tlitit Mr. Heed trot his first impressions of the sor-I I iousnoss of the grunt stingyle, and1 hero it was that ho became ende-ar- od to llio English and allied forces. Ho says the Americans were juy- fully received and ihnt nothing was too good for them in this camp. At l.e Havre. France, Mr. Reed Final Sparks from the A. P. Wires By Lho 1'rcss LONDON, -May troops have captured the important town of I.utsk, Volhynia, northeast of Lemberg, from Ukrainians, according to Central News dispatches from Berlin. The Poles also took two thousand prisoners and a num- ber of suns. REV. C. V. DUX.V Pastor Kirsi Christian Church. u.vnruo n as the Who wi" (ielivei' the Memorial Ser- 1 Pjcked up by stea it w-is this division' Woodnl011 of lhe i City of BaUimore, it was tms cmibion j and it that was iu the thickest of the light and which distinguished It- self for vnlor on many battle- fields. Mr. Reed quit his company and at LaMans, France, April fo hom! lauding at Long Island May 8th j (I ,11 M -M'tcJic.l, NORFOLK, Va., May 24. The steamer Virginia, of the old Bay Line, Baltimore lo Norfolk, burned to the waters edge off Smith's I'oint, Chesn.peak Bay, at lhis morning. The survivors were steamers Florida and bound for Balti- and CUy or bound j Norfolk. Three negro firemen are bolieveri to have gono down tin- ball and from there will go to with the blazing hull of the Virgin- ihr cemereiy for the unveiling. Hon. A. N. Leecraft of Oklahoma; _ cit-v- hpad cpllsl11 of llie slalc i BRE.ST, May 24. ---The steamer milk" 'he George Washington, President Wil- church ,olllor. row morning at 1 1 o'clock. MAY SALE ENDING THIS WEEK SUITS of DISTINCTION Why deny yourself of knowing that you are well dressed when you can buy suits like we are showing at these special May Sale prices. Yon will find in these suits the best materials that can be shown at the prices we are offering them. SALE SUITS to SALE SUITS TO ALL HATS AT MAY SALE PRICES One of the new Straws or Felt Hats will add to your appearance and the price will please you as much as the duality. THESE LAST DAYS OF OUR MAY SALE ARE AS INTERESTING AS THE FIRST ONES. PhOMC 77 S.M.SHAW. PROP, K.stubll.shcd In 1908 OKLAHOMA DOCTORS HAD BU; .MEET AT Local doctors who attended t.'.i> meeting of the state association at Pavement Pickups Earnestine Shelton, who has The ship bringing Mr. Rocnl and jColumbia. an Australian boat Hint j had been interned in Italy during1 jthe war and this was her maiden trip to tho United States. She bore I the Italian flag on the journey to AiiLorira and marie the trip without a hitch of trouble. Mr. Reed was married to Miss The Woodmen of the World is as Ihe greatest fratornal pi n p.-i cirH PV n I 'i nH 1 UI II I 1 .11 llie lillQ L i i_ L t i M 1 1 UP iioc hss cverv ,iml of this The' widow aml Ine orphnn i? nle pmticular care of Woodmen, and tiu-ir monuments to the dead, the beautifnl lo be found in any land iitnl or clime, indicate the bean- senument of this wonderful Pauline Rogers, daughter of Dr. land ever growing organization of and Mrs. Ropers, ul' Connevville, fraternal men and women. only n. few months before the war j The public is invited to the var- clouds began to lower in this coun-j ions services of the order tomorrow May 20. 21 and 22, have 'been very seriously 111 all -this week aTld ht> to lind an ad- and those who attend will not top- returned and report a great meet-, is reported to be somewhat Im-jdition to his family in the person ing. Those attending from here were proved todtiy. A trained nurse from Of n beautiful little. daughter which Drs. McNe-w, Deen antl Uoss. Shawnee. arrived last night to take I ne jms no( ye1 grudge the time so spent. Oklahoma City was selected as charge of her case and it is to be the place meeting for next hoped that she will soon be able Mr. Reed was engaged in the farm loan business In before and Dr. Duke of Gntlirie, former'to return, to her post of duty. state health officer of Oklahoma. was elected president of tho asso- T. A. Millstead. agriculturalist ately. He has mtvny friends here lor the Frisco railroad returned this who welcome him house, not HIP his departure and win resume his same business in the city immedi- elation at the Muskog In an interview with Dr. McNow m0rnlng from a trip through tho of'Th'om is the and its as to Muskogee as a meeting plac-.-, southeastern pan of Kansas and he stated that the treated royally and bad a time, but he says that the he travels about the state, and ihe more he sees of other towns in the state, the better he likes Ada. That is what they all say. Northeastern Oklahoma. He re- ports cotton crops in that part of i he country as looking bad, and many flelus have to be planted iigaiti. j family of workers. the ship was commenced morn- ing and will occupy the next four say whether or not the president has given orders of any kind. The steamers Pretoria, Great Northern, St. Louis, Frederick! and Ancou sail- ed last night and this morning with troops, completing the em- barkation of the1 last contingent of thc i6th and SOth Divisions, Texas, Oklahoma and Virginia, ANIEMPI AT Mrs. May Bridgewater, who came here with her husband about ten days ago from Pittsburg, Kansas, was the important actress1 in a tragic I after pro and con discussions of j their affairs with no signs of rt- conciliation on the part of the hus- i band, the wife down town i and procured some carbolic acid and took it back to the scene of their quarrels io the county attorney's office and the adjoining hall and there attempted to drink the poi- son in the presence of her husband and others, but only succeeded in taking a small portion of the dead- ly vile when the bottle was taken scene at the court house yesterday I froni h Tnere were no fat afternoon. Mr. Bridgewater ami Mrs .Bridgewater is re- only been homo from France a short D0rted ,0 be to. time and it seems that domestic trouble has 'been brewing since his arrival. Mrs. Bridgewater appear- ed before the proper officials the day. WASHINGTON, May mobilization of the army has now! returned over sixty per cent of offl- j "returned A 'XCKMICXT SHOWIOK. Misses lua Gray and Vera M lau entertained Friday afternoon in I cers and men to civil life, it was I announved officially today. The I total, including partial reports to date, was given as two miilllon, two hundred and- fifteen thousand, one hundred and sixty-one, of whom a hundred and twelve thousand, five hundred and fifty-six were officers. Sailings from overseas since No- vember llth, totalled one million, one hundred and fifty-twoi thousand, four hundred and twenty-seven. Teachers A. B. McCut.fheoii and______ wife presented the pupils of the Na-' WASHINGTON, May 2-1 pier school in closing exercises tor ed plans for ,he return f I the term ot 1919, last night at the LOOAL IJAXKKHS BACK HOME H. r. Reich of the Oklahoma first of the wek ad swore out a State. Tom King of the First Nat. warrant for the arrest of her hus-! ;onal and M. R. Chilcutt of the band on the grounds of desertion, j M. P., all of whom attended the state banker's meet at Tulsa, ara from the county where he had been back home, visiting bis sister for several days, The bankers report a royal time who lives south of town. He went] and have voted Tubsa bankers and to the court house where he found I business men the best entertainers his wife awaiting his return, and-they have met for many moons. .Mrs, Austin Brow nand little .daughter Mary Ann loft this morn- Don't forget where to get your ing for Dallas, Tex., where they oil and gas leases, assignments, re-', will join Mr. Brown pre- (he home of the latter in j of Miss Emma Thompson, a bride of next week. leases, etc. Ada News oflice. ceded them by several   part of the country. It is an.1 ab- solutely, new car, the first one school district where he has baen conducting a meeting for several days. He. reports that he went to attend a regular service on last ing put out this yean It is a glricUyj Wednesday but the interest WM such after the war product, re-1 that the meetlngB were continued tiult of the entire experience of the automobile world. It IB small but a hummer; Come In and see the baby. The newest Is not necessarily., the best, but it la always worth-sec- A. Ford Qarage', Corner Broadway and Tenth. 5-2t-lt Lot a Wan-t: Ad' eet it'f or you. 'till today. Otto Barton, a sixteen year old fad, died at. his home in Fitzhuph yesterday morning. The funeral ser- vices were conducted at-the'home of the deceased, Rev: Miller officiat- ing. The remains were: shipped to Roff where Interment was made. brought her to the hospital Thurs- day afternon, died yesterday morn- Ing at o'clock. Mrs. Brumley had suffered from cancer of the tace for a number of years and was in a precarious condition -when she was brought here Thursday. She was burled in the Ada cemetery this afternon at 2: Op o'clock. TWO DiLMHB Mr Herbert i Gibson, the two year old son of. Robert and Mary-. .Gibson of FlUhugh, died at. his home Fri- day morning. The father of the ichild IB now In the service for the United States Army.'Interment' 'will be made at Dunofm, pkla., Sunday, at which, body was shipped V. FITTING EAR UNION SUITS SUMMER COMFORT TOR EVERYBODY SOME men like the form-fitting knitted garments. others prefer the loose-fitting woven suits. You can now buy either kind in men's athletic style garments with the Munstngweur label the guaranty of perfection in finish and fit, of the utmost in quality of material, washability and 'durability. The sheer summer Munsingwear takes much of the grief out of the hot weather. Priced from to SKE THEM IX OUR DISPLAY WINDOW. Tne Surprise Sfore Established 1903 ,115-m West Main St. Phone m   

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