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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - October 10, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma THE EVENING NEWS, ADA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER IO, 1919 PAGE SEVEN 1 MUTT AND JEFF—You Can't Blame the Little Fellow for Taking Mutt at His Word. (By H. C. Fisher) ATTENDING TO HRS FOR SALE FOR RENT FOR SALE—Sweet apple cider. Any Donut. Call 504. 9-20-tf FOK KENT—Bed rooiu>. 707 East Main. S-29-tf. FOK SALE—My home on South Johnson. C. L. Cooper, Phone 222R. 9-29-tf FOR RENT—Southeast bed room. Call 325. 10-6-tf FOK SALE—My residence on East 17th.—M. Levin, telephone 214. 9-19-tf FOR RENT—2 unfurnished rooms, 523 S. Cherry. 10-6-tf FOR RENT—Furnished room. 710 East 12th Street. 9-25-tf FOR SALE One sas heat int. stove at a bargain price 116 Hast 15th street. 10-10-21 FOK KENT Rooms in modern home. 830 West 6th 10-9-3!* FOK SALE 4 room hous, and 2 lots. West 7th St Cheat* a lid ©ass Term? L -W. A. VKxandtr. 10-9-31* FOK SALE One new 5-rooi rn bung- alow with I 1-2 acre lot. Liberal :er.n< Uh me 222K. C L. Cooper I FOK RENT- -Bed room adjoining) bath. Telephone 813-R. 10-7-tfi FOR RENT—One nicely furnished! bod room. 215 E. 13th St. 9-18-tfj 9-29-tf FOK RENT—A seven room house on j West 13th. J. F. Mc Keel. 10-2-tf' “My neighbors are surprised to see me looking so well, for they thought I would not live to see summer. I had such pain around my heart as to cause me to faint. I knew it came from bloating and pressure of gas in my stomach. A triend in St. Louis told me to use Mayr’s Wonderful Remedy and I now feel better than in all my life. I am doing my own work, attending to my chickens and ray garden and have cleaned house.” It is a simple. harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. On© dose will convince or mouev refunded. ^old bv (•win & Mays Drug Co., and Druggists Everywhere. adv FOR SALE -6 room modern home close in. Part cash, balance on easy payments. Bargain if taken at once. Phone 912. 10-7-6t ONE 4-room plastered house on West 21st. Phone 921. 10-7-dtf FOR SALE OR TRADE A cood car. Will sell. trade or swap. J?ee C. S. Cope a* Rock and Cope Garage. 10-8-6t FOK RENT Nicely furnished bed room. Mrs. Edwards, ll; East Main. IP-4-ti. WANTED —I.ady for household duties. Apply 216 East 12th. Phone 217. 10-4-tf FOR SALE—5-room modern house ob East 10th street.—W. E. Scott ax Snow White Barber Shop 19-9-tf FOK RENT Rooms for light housekeeping 231 East 14th street. Telephone 716. 9-23-tf They tiet Action ut Oner. Foley Kidney Pills invigorate, strengthen and heal inactive, weak. and diseased kidneys and bladder. Mrs. C. J. Ellis, 505 8th Av. Sioux Fall>, S. D.. writes: “I suffered with kidney trouble; used to have severe pal tis across my back and felt miserable and all tired out. but after taking Foley Kidney Pills I am well. I have not been bothered with kidney trouble since.” They relieve headache, rheumatic pains, swollen or stiff joints, puffiness under the eyes, floating specks. Sold everywhere. Adv. Salad Jell lime Jiffy-Jell is flavored with lirae-fruit essence in a vial. It makes a tart, green salad jell. Jiffy-Jell desserts are svored wit flavored with fruit-juice essences, highly condensed, sealed in glass. Each dessert tastes like a fresh-fruit dainty •—and it is. You will change from old-style gelatine dainties when you once try Jiffy-Jell. Millions have changed already. Order from your grocer now jO Flavor*, ai Year Grocer*? 2 Package* for 25 Cents .IIL SOLDIERS PRAYED ONLY JERSEY milch cow for sale. Price reasonable at 1031 E. Eight St. Phone 159 —J. M Martin. 10-10-3td* FOR SALE -A have oil and gas lease on 8v acres near deep test in 12-3-7. Will sell twenty of forty acres - Rob?. Wi rn bish. 10-10-3t FOR RENT Good room with table board Working man preferred. Mrs. C. M. McRae. 225 West 13th. 10-9-3t 300CQOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOC WANTED Two Drug Addicts Walk Out of Jail WANTED—Clean cotton rags. News office. Free of the Habit TWO MILLION IH>IJARS FOR SOLDIER MEMORIAL By th** Associated Press KANSAS CITY. Mo. Ort lo. “Lest the Ages Forget.” Such is the slogan of the campaign tor Two million dollars that will be conducted the week of October 27 in Kansas City, the funds to be used for the erection of a memorial to the four hundred men from Kansas City who gave their lives in tin* country's service in the war with Germany. One of the principal posters to be used during the campaign is this one: "We Are the Dead ” Following on the poster will be the names of the four hundred Kansas City men who made the supreme sacrifice. By the Associated Press LOUISVILLE. Ky.. Oct. 9 —Two former army chaplains, now ministers of Louisville churches, have divided opinions concerning religious traits of the American soldier. The Rev. R. Ernest Akin, of the Unitarian church, declares that “most of the men of the army have done very little serious religious thinking,” while the Rev. Harris Mal-linckrodt, rector of Calvery Episcopal church, believes all the soldiers saw “greatest religion” in the war. Rev. Akins* first sermon after taking over the pulpit of the Unitarian church centered about religion of the soldier, in which he said: “Most of the army men have done very little serious thinking. Many who, at the front, literally were scared, did pray; but to ’most of j them God was for use in emergency I only, and their prayer was a sort of in-case-of-accident-break-the-glass effort which has not been repeated since the armistice.” J “I do not believe the American | soldier knew’ fear,” asserted the Rev. Mallinckrodt in one of his sermons. "I do not believe he feared' J death. If he prayed, he did so because he habitually prayed and not because he was afraid to face God. j I think the personnel of the U. S. I army had a distinct and innate, leaning tow’ard the greater principles of religion. I was in the wreck at Gail, France, when 26 men were killed and wras with them during their last moments in the hospitals. The fortitude displayed convinced me these men had lived as Christians and were not afraid to take the last journey.” I. O. O. F. Ada Lodge No. 146, I. O. O. F Regular meeting every Thursday night. LEE HARGIS, N. G. H. C. EVANS, Secretary. A. F. A A. M. Regular meeting of Ada Lodge No. 119, Monday night on or before the full moon in each month. MILES GRIGSBY, W. M. F. C. SIMS. Secretary. F. a SIMS Real Estate, Fire and Tornado Insurance—Farm and City Loans A share of your patronage is solidi ed and will receive prompt attention Office in I. O. O. F. Building R. A. M. Ada Chapter No. 26, Royal Arch Masons, meets the second Tuesday night in each month. D. W. SWAFFAR, H. P. F. C. SIMS, Secretary. K. T. M. Ada Commandery No. 16 Knight? Templar Masons meets the third Fri day of each month. C. G. BRADFORD, E. C. F. C. SIMS. Recorder. Office Phone 886. Res. Phone 33S DR. F. R. LAIRD DENTIST Office First National Bank Bldg. Ada, Okla. DR. C. A. THOMAS VETERINARY SURGEON Office at Hospital Phones: Office 306. Residence 241. DOCTOR MORRISON CHIROPRACTOR Consultations and Examinations Free Phone 85. 113 1-2 W. 12th St. Ada, Oklahoma w. o. w. Ada Camp No. 568 meets every Tuesday night, I. O. O. F. Hall, 7:30 o’clock. HUGH BENNETT. C. C. C. E. CUNNING. Clerk. CRISWELL UNDERTAKING CO. (Successors to J. W. Shelton A Co.) FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Licensed Lady Embalmer. Phone 618. 115 East Main. FOR SALE—County blue print maps, oil lease blanks, departmental leases, commercial and departmental guardian teases.—Ada News 5-27-?! WANTED— Your cleaning and pressing.—Miller Bro.*?. 8-1-tf WANTED Girls; appl.' at Ada Steam Laundry Co. 10-8-4t* FOR SALE A boy’s bicycle, 18 inch frame, all as good as new; new-fires, 412.00.—Mr. Snider. 114 North Broadway, over Overland salesroom. 19-8-6t* WANTED—Roomers and boarders at 123 West 13th. 10-6-6t* FOR SALE Improved and unimproved farms in McCurtain county, Oklahoma. Good land at low* price aith ample rainfall to make a crop -very year. Small cash payment, ’lalanoe in yearly payments for ten rears. For further information adless, Southern Land and Townsite Co.. Broken Bow’, Okla. 9-8-30t* %/^yyvyvwvvYy^Yyyyyvvyyyyv FOUND WANTED —By young lady position in store or office. Write L care off News. 10-4-6t* i WANTED—Young lad> to attend cigar stand at the Harris hotel. I0-9-2t WANTED Lady to do sewing and ladies* pressing Apply Ada Cleaning and Dye Works. Phone 4 37. 10-2-tf WANTED TO RENT A typewriter. Remington preferred. Phone 356. 10-9-31 FOUND—The best place in town to •-at. 214 West 14th. Mrs. Lon A. Bra!'. Phone 334. 10-8-3t 'VVvvyvyyyyyvvy\A^^vvv\^vvv MISCELLANEOUS V\ ANTED-—Efficient stenographer. J Must not be afraid of work and willing to learn. See W. D. Little at Ada News. 10-9-tf*l MUSKOGEE, Oct. IO.— More than tour months in the Muskogee county jail has cured Tom Naake and John Sullivan of the dope habit, according to the statement of Na&ke’s attorney, and the two men walked out of the jail yesterday afternoon free of all charges and free, too. of the drug addiction. Naake and Sullivan were arrested last May on charges preferred by Gladney Robinson, who. Naake’s attorney said, was also a drug addict. Robinson told the officers Naake and Sullivan lured him out West Broadway, knocked him in the head and robbed him of about a hundred dollars. The men have been in jail since, waiting trial. Robinson has disappeared, and County Attorney Cotton dismissed the charge of robbery against Naake and Sullivan yesterday afternoon. Both Naake and Sullivan have improved perceptibly in appearance, and officers believe they are permanently cured of the morphine habit. OLD Mattresses—Made new. Phone 170. 401 E. IO. -E. A. Smith. 8-7-tf Tl»e President** Hines*. Miami News: The Job of being president of the United States even in normal times is the most terrific job in the world. And the times have not been normal. President Wilson is the kind of man who will not and cannot spare himself. Guarding his responsibility with an almost religious zeal, he has shouldered a load in excess of his physical strength. Typical of his attitude toward gigantic tasks was his going to Europe personally to conduct peace negotiations. All the major state papers have been from his pen. He has patiently added each new problem to his burden. The effect of such overwork on his highly organized mind and body was inevitable. His tour in behalf of the League of Nations, topping a long aeries of crisis and responsibility, brought on a nervous collapse. The country appreciates that the overwork was in its behalf. It sympathizes with the president and Prays for his early and complete recovery. MEN WANTED—Apply Superintendent’s Office —Oklahoma Portland Cement Co. 19-7-S-td -Mother Shipton" Hoax. Mother Hhiptoo was deputed sn English prophetess of the time of Henry VHI. She was first heard from In 1641. when “The Prophecie of Mottler Shipton" published anonymously In Iiondoii. In IHG*.* Charles Huntley reprinted a life of Mother Shipton. originally published by Richard Heady (London. 1664). He added •oms doggerel of bis own and wound ap with the prophecy that the world would come to an end In ISSI. lu 1873 Mr. HlnUIey acknowledged that the verses were a hoax. WANTED Lewis & Hunter pay more for furniture, stoves, rugs—in fact we buy anything. We need the goods. Give us a trial. Repair work of any kind done neatly and satisfactory. Prices are reasonable. Remember the place, comer Main and Stockton. 10-9-6t* Methodist Mature*. Wallace M. Crutchfield, Pastor. When I come home I want to hear that the Sunday of my absence was a great day at the Methodist church. Let tho Sunday school be a full one and the meetings of the young people at 7:30 be vital and wholesome. Let all of our people hear the visiting preacher who has so kindly agreed to preach in the absence of the pastor. I will be home again next Sunday. Don't forget wnere to got your loll and gas Inanes, assignments, re-, I fades, etc. leaden. Buy Lots In BEAUTIFUL The certainty of Ada’s growth, makes it wise to buy resident lots when they are offered at a reasonable prb , John Jacob Astor said. “Buy at the fringe and wait.” Following this principal, made his children among the richest in the world. We still have a few lots left in BEAUTIFUL BELMONT ADDITION, that we will sell on the original terms. 41.00 down and 50c per week. Coughed Ho He Couldn’t Sleep. Bronchial coughs, tickling in throat and asthmatic spasms break one s rest and weaken one so that the system is rundown and serious sickness may result. Enos ^albert. Kaolin Ind., writes: “I had a severe cold this fall and coughed continually at night; could hardly sleep. The First bottle or Foley's Honey and Tar relieved me, entirely curing my cough.” It covers irritated membranes with a healing and soothing coating, loosens phlegm and clears air passages. Sold everywhere. a( j v I- ■!■ I-1- Fair Play Imperative. '‘Business is business" is a motto all workers should keep before them. They should demand their rights, but should remember that Cps© in authority have fights also, aud are entitled to fair, honest treatment from the people they employ. Therefore, one must learn to be punctual, uon-talktdive and kiudly to their associates. The employee who swerves from this code Is not playing fair with' employer aud certainly should keep silent on the question of equal rights.—Exchange.' ICE and COAL ii Suttonke&UtiksC«. I A. MARSHALL, Manager 4 C. A. CUMMINS Undertaker Licensed Embalmer and Funeral Director. First Class Ambulance Service. 203 East Main. Phone 693. Office Phone 35. Res. Phone 874. M. M. WEBSTER PHYSICIAN A SURGEON Office: First National Bank Builds. Office Phone I Res. Phone 336 ISHAM L. CUMMINGS Physician and Surgeon X-Ray and Electro-Therapy Laboratory Office Just East of M. A P. Bank T. H. Granger Ed Gi Phone 259 Phone 477 GRANGER A GRANGER Dentists Phone 212 Norris-Haney Building 1st Stairway West of Rollow’s Corner We have all city conveniences in Belmont, such as sewer, lights, water and gas. Others have made money on Belmont lots and the same opportunity awaits you. LMKKKHCO. JabfiP. MeKinlif, Act. Phone BH Night School. At Business College will begin Sept. 22. Classes from 7 to 9 on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. 9-13-tf Neuralgia of the face, shoulder, hands or feet requires a powerful remedy that will penetrate the flesh. BALLARD’S SNOW LINIMENT Pos. semes that power. Rubbed in where the pain is felt is all that is necessary to relieve suffering and restore normal conditions. Sold by Bart Smith. adv Glory of a Nation. The true glory of a nation la an intelligent, honest, Industrious people. The civilization of a people depends on their Individual character, and a constitution which is not an outgrowth of this character la not worth the parchment od which It Is written. You look In vain In the past for a single Instance where the people have preserved their liberties after their individual character was lost.—E. P. Whipple. Tired of Life Early. Tired of life at ten was the excuse made by a boy at the Kingston (London) children's court when charged with attempting to commit suicide. Another boy saw him with Ms head on the railway trade and they had a tussle before he contd bt got away. Bring in that picture and lot mo frame It for you.—€. A. Cummins. Let a Want Ad soil it for yon. 106 1 » DU. BARNES DENTIST Phone No. I. East Main, second stairway east of M. & P. Bank Etoedic Fans AT Reduced Prices We are closing out all fans at cost rather than cany them over until next season. Ma Eterne & (to ti. 119 South Broadway Phone 70 GKO. A. AKERS, M. D. Norris and Haney Building, Residence Phone 883-J. I Office Phone 69 DR. M, J. BEETS. OSTEOPATH. Have moved to our new home in 800 block East 14th St. When you do not find me at office, ring up (evidence, Phone S33. Office Pit' no 732. Office over First National Bank. E. O. NICHOLSON, Dentist, Hollow Bldg. . When you get good enough it is only a makeshift; get the best or nothing. Consult Dr. Nicholson. Consult Dr. Nicholson, the new Dentist, over Rollow Hardware. Everything modern and sanitary. . 10-3-St i NEWS* WAIT ADS They Get Quick Results LIVE ONES D. C. ABNEY Real Estate, Farm Loans mad Insurance I make my own inspection. Guaranty State Bank Building Phone 782—Residence 310 Oklahoma. Jfl MELTON a lehr Real Estate, Farm and City Loans and Insurance Otfioe in Rollow Building Phono Its
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