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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Achtfemmel! The Germans Have Decided to Sign Without Accepting the Good Licking Promised Then, by Foch a Few Days Ago v VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 88 ADA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, JUNE 24, f919, TWO CENTS THE COPY Mystery Death Depot DR. HAMEL VOX HADCHAUSEN WILL XOT ASSUME RESPOX- SmiLITY OF SIGNING FOU GERMANY. partment of Agriculture thinks, is I one of the best drinks in the world i palatable and full of zest and vim. The man who drinks -Dr. Hanifl ouuerniillt regularly and copiously von Haimhausen who was, on last is doing a good turn for himself. Sunday, designated as German rep-j That Is one of the purposes of pro- i claiming National Buttermilk Day. resenwive to sign the of Thp Qther .g that the dalry lndus, peace for the Germans, has tele- j Uncle Sam Asks Every body to Drink Buttermilk On July First and Get Habit WASHINGTON, D. C., June 23., It is pointed out that, while 1 is National Buttermilk Day. straight buttermilk is an excellent Buttermilk, the United States De- drink, there .aw a _ By the Associated Press WEIMAR. June 24. graphed his resignation rather than I encouraged .g that the dalry lndus, the United States will be Buttermilk Day, it is hoped, will licious combinations. lemonade is obtained by adding the juice of two or three lemdns to a quart of buMermilk, with sugar to taste. Buttermilk may be corn- to taste. Buttermilk may De com- enceau France, has expressed his bined with lemon juice, orange lntention Ol resigning from office Intro nr- pcres and sucar for making i i. Oin-n. FEELS THAT AT COMING OP PEACE HE WILL HAVE FUL- HIS MIS- SIOX. the Associated 1'roas PARIS. June Clem- enceau, of France, has expressed his juice or eggs and sugar (or making frozen dainties. Aside fsom Its food and bever- age Qualities, buttermilk ds said to possess medical qualities. Many physicians prescribe it in the treat- of certain intestinal disor- as soon as the peace treaty is sign- i ed. The premier feels that when the treaty is signed he have ac- complished the task for which he assumed the premiership, says Mar- to sign and afraid not to sizes up j duction- the situation in the unfortunate j TO insure an ample supply of but- empire which percipitated the terrnilk. both for. homes and for i hotels and restaurants on July 1. _ the Department of Agriculture re- I'ARIS. June No word has i quests creameries milk plants, and o- been received from Weimar rela-ioinor dairy I've to the actions of the German i openite in plenipotentiaries at Versailles. The drink, date of tho ceremony of signing the peaco treaty has not yet been fixed, but belief ha? gained ground that i; will be Thursday or possibly Fri- day. establishments to o co- tlle ogists to ganlsms that, in She human body, tend to hasten senility. Many prom- inent men drink buttermilk regu- larly as n tonic. One of the most widely known lecturers and writers in the United States drinks butter- milk as regularly as he brushes his declares that he feels himself getting younger with every glassful. _____________ ________ More Names Mr. Brown: Three nauies are omitted from your list of "immortals." viz: Percy 0, Barton, Norman V. Howard. Harry W. Jones. Big Tabernacle Almost Ready for Ham-Ramsey Company, Coming July 1 Gov. Robertson Approves "For France Week9; Issues Proclamation for Support WAS SHE POISONED? NO MARKS OF IDENTIFICATION; DIED WHILE GOING FROM COAL- GATE TO SULPHUR. The following proclamation in support of the campaign for funds for the American Committee for Devastated France was Issued under the date of June 20th by the Hon- orable J. B. A. Robertson, gover- not of Oklahoma: "To the People of Oklahoma: "At this time, when we of this State of Oklahoma and United States are about tp celebrate not nelp slavery. They paid to the utmost with their lives, their sons, their daughters and their homes. "We cannot restore to them 'ihelr sons or their daughters who died for us, but we can help them In another vital way. The American Committee for Devastated France has found that it will be many years toefore France can collect Its war debt. In the meantime hun- dreds of thousands will be literally the treaty. remind manv people of this drink, ment of certain intestinal disor- Hutln In the Ech de Paris. It The German leaders seem to fear j introduce lt'to others, and be the ders. The bacteria that brings expecled that the parliament will the consequences of being parties to bepinntng Of a greater consumption about chemical change in ratify the .Ircaty ]ate in July, The the peace agreement, which is an j Of buttermilk That will contribute j buttermilk Is produced is anno'uncement of the premier, dt is thiir intAmjil in i to thf1 mid happiness ot tne o. v said, "will caust inticn i indication tnai mwrnai irouoie.. m d a( the same tlme_ I OKtgts ,o destroy certain other or- lhg people of France. flrA nn ine Increase. Alraiu ._____ IM hiimnn nnnv. our Independence, our freedom from the excruciating thralldom of debt, our -wealth 'flowing in from our boundlesr. crops and the miner- rauiy me irvai.v late ju announcement of the premier, dt is als and oils of the earth, it is pe- "Therefore, it Is with sincere pleasure that I do proclaim the week of July Fourth as 'For France Week' and beseech that the citizens of this state who already have sent their sons to the aid of the salvage 1 homes announcement. 01 me premier, JL i MUU wt.-j v. r nave LUCII LW me said, will cause much regret among j culiarly appropriate that we should! France shall now give 'a little more the com-mon people of France. T m0ment and consider of their time and their money to _ nf "hrtmos3t.nf nilr Nu-Mex Oil Co. Sees Big Things In New Mexico preservers in the of the Illy. "Given under my hand with tho Great Seal of the State hereunto If anybody in Ada thinks that Howard enlisted in the 90th Hani-Ramsey meetlnp is. Romfc vision, formerly lived in Pontotoe to bo a small aifair ho sheiuld Uk eountv and in the county his rela-. a stroll down Rennle north lives still live. I am under the' to Nmih street or dovvn that impression i am unaer me he enlisted from'io Ninth and a half a block east ,d- and he will observe some things Jones was still in the service after winp on .lown there that will make the war was declared, but at the him sit up an take-notice time of his death had been dis-! The monster cotton shed that is charged. corner. to t.ko TO READY FOR TRAVEL Probably one of fhe most gi- oil promotion companies ever organized in this part of the coun- try if. that of the Nu-Mex Oil Co., composed chiefly of Ada business men. with headquarters at Portales, Mexico. This company has secured leases on several ihousnnd acres of land in Now Mexico, near Portales, and IF orsnnized on a basis that insures early development of their property, and'development in a way that in- sures the financial safety of ev-; pry man engaged in the venture! if their property pans out as the geologists and the members of the] company contemplate and verily be-j lievn. The company is composed1 of some of the very best business men of our less fortunate brethren of the world. "fflghest, perhaps, in our affec ____ ___ _ tlons among these are the Jhis 20th day of June, of Brave France, the simple, cour- agebus people who withstood the ravages of a savage host for four and saved the world 'from years f A. D. 1919. (Signed) J. B. A. Robertson, Governor of the State o homa. Germans Agree to Sign the Peace Treaty, JBut Frown At the Conditions Imposed I Ily 111 1 PARIS, o er t.Qad Ada lo fivng aEd aboye .__.____ i. t rivpr ,lenr Bynp been ..-._. has also been called to' ton. has our attention that the names of Sam tion such Jobe. Hub Trlmm. and Geo. W. Cooper were left out of the list, n We will appreciation information re- i saino Place. It has been gardmg others whom we have over-! ly out and an the place of cotton bales row upon row of com- fortable to seat i 3.500 been built. In the front of the vast auditorium, i which tihe erstwhile cotton shed muu now be called, -a monster plat- form, capable of seating 250 sing- ers r.nd then leaving room enough to place another choir of equal size, has been constructed. The lumber which has -been used in the inside of the tabernacle would reach, if the pieces were placed end to end. a distance of 35.000 feet. This would furniah a board walk for one from here to Oakman, 10 Ahlosa and Union Val- ley, almost
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