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Ada Ada News (Newspaper) - April 4, 1918, Ada, Oklahoma 16 pages today in second Section the Ada weekly news consolidated with Ada weekly Democrat sept 1,1910. Oldest paper in Pontotoc county consolidated with Pontotoc co. Enterprise Jan. 8, 1912. Volume xvii. Official county paper Ada Oklahoma thursday april 4. 1918. Largest circulation k Mork than 160 attend Patri Otic rally por Sale of Liberty Bonds. One of the greatest patriotic meetings Eyer Beld in this county convened today at noon at the Christian Chireh. More than too workers in the next Liberty loan drive were present almost every school District in the county being present. Many of them came to Ada through mud knee deep and through streams from which the Bridges had been washed away. But these things proved no obstacle for these men wanted to know their duty in the next drive. After Rev. W. M. Crutchfield had asked divine blessings a sumptuous luncheon was served by the Christian ladies. At the conclusion of this Robt. Wimbish who acted As chairman introduced Reuben m. Roddie. Or. Roddie made a stirring Appeal to the patriotism of the men of the county to stand behind the boys at the front and told How now Money is necessary to win. Judge w. C. Duncan explained that the Sale of Thrift Stamps and the Sale of Liberty Bonds do not conflict. People Jho Are Able to buy a Bond should a one those who Are not Able so rid buy a Thrift stamp. He insisted that one should not think he is doing a patriotic duty to buy a Thrift stamp when he is Able to buy a Bond. Ralph r. Cain member of the executive committee of the Bond drive explained the status of the Banks in this business. It is necessary to keep the assets of the Bank liquid in order that the Banks May properly assist the Farmers and men of the towns in financing their business. The Banks will handle the Money for the buyers of Bonds at 6 per cent interest the buyers paying to per cent of the Purchase Price when the Bonds Are purchased and the remainder in the fall. It is not expected that any one will take a Bond and then in the fall fail to meet the payments. R. W. Simpson chairmen of the drive explained the manner of operations. A monster Parade in charge of the schools and the women will take place in Ada next saturday afternoon at 3 o clock. At the same time celebrations will be held in Allen Roff Stonewall and Francis. Sunday april 7th, All the churches will hold patriotic services and the drive for the Sale of Bonds will begin Bright and Early monday. April i. By the end of the week or by saturday night april 13, the entire quota for this county will be passed. The meeting was attended by those who have volunteered in the work of helping sell these Bonds. The organisation for a the Sale has been perfected and the committees in the various school districts have been appointed. The workers today were anxious to learn what to do and How to do it. Every one now knows what he is to do. Mother regiment will Byrg Mize Oklahoma City. March 28. War department has authorised the raising of an Oklahoma National guard regiment to full War strength and governor Williams has commissioned col. H. W. Pentecost to organise the unit according to announcement made last night. The regiment will consist of 12 infantry line companies machine gun company and Headquarters company. It is expected that the organisation of a company of engineers and a Hospital train will be authorised by the department later. Will be federalized. Each company will consist of 250 men 3,750 in All. The regiment will be federalized soon after the organisation and will be available for foreign Border or Home duty. Only Oklahoma officers and men will be. Given the preference As to enlistment. Governor Williams has been working for eighteen months on the organization of a second Oklahoma National guard regiment. The first regiment now is in the Federal service. Whether the new regiment wit be called the first or second regiment. Col. Pentecost was unable to say As the old regiment now is out of exist ence. Being a part of a the regular. Army. Work begins at once. The work of receiving volunteers is to begin at once according to col. Pentecost. Maj. Charles f. Barrett will assist in perfecting the organization. Col. Pentecost has been associated with military affairs for eighteen years. Major Barrett is the oldest National guard officer in the state in Point of rank and is a Spanish american War Veteran. There will be no mobilization of the regiment until it is federalized and ordered to Camp. The units will be equipped As fast As the War department can furnish supplies. Texas has organized six cavalry companies and two or three infantry companies of National guards and Arkansas now is organizing its fourth company. Battie line troops preparing to take i Auger part in hostilities. Of United Presa Paris april troops Are finally assuming a major part on the West front. Miles of troops and munition transports Are moving Over roads Back of the american lines on the Toul sector. Great activity at general Headquarters May indicate Peshing will take personal command of american forces in Battle leaving Toul in charge of a subordinate. Americans Are taking Over More of the line South of the German offensive front. Americans expect attack. With americans afield april troop movements behind the German lines on the Toul sector Are increasing. An american patrol entering German trenches encountered an electrically charged barbed wire and had Lively skirmishes with the enemy. Americans Are on the Alert for the attack which is possibly under preparation. American artillery is Active. Planning to build new hotel Here g. W. Doer is planning to begin the erection of a Brick hotel on the site of the commercial hotel. Work will begin As soon As the old building is disposed of. The new Structure will greatly improve the appearance of that part of the Street. You can make your friends and relatives Happy and at the same time perform a patriotic service by giving them War savings Stamps As birthday Vins to extend draft 168 american ships have been launched Washington March 27.�?exact figures on the Progress of shipbuilding in the United states were made Public today by the shipping Board As a result of debate in the Senate during which officials said statements had been made based on inaccurate information. Since the shipping Board began its work 188 vessels have been launched of which 103 have been completed and put into service. The. Launching were divided Between 165 requisitioned vessels and Twenty three which were built on contract for the shipping Board in Yards that were constructed for the purpose for which they had just been put into operation. Eleven of the launching were 4 Wood All the remainder being steel. Twelve contract Steed vessels have been launched and three of them completed. Three of 8,800 tons were launched at los Angeles two of 9,-400 tons at Oakland four of 8,800 tons at Seattle one of 11,700 tons at san Francisco and two of 3,500 tons at a great Lake port. Minert nay operate wineries of United Prest Washington april in the government May operate the packing plants to solve the meat problem. This step appears possible in View of the president s approval of a commission to investigate the Wisdom of Sneh a Bove at Hoover s Appeal. Organized labor is strongly advocating move. T Washington March 29. Resolution extending the selective draft to men reaching the age of 21 years since june 5, 1917, first registration Day was passed tonight by the Senate without a record vote a Ter a futile attempt had been made to add to it a provision for training youths from 19 to 21 years of age. It is estimated that about 700,000 men will be added to the registration this year by the Resolution which is one of the pieces of legislation on which the War department is waiting before announcing Complete plans for the next draft it now goes to the House for consideration there with the Bill to base quotas on the number of registrants in class i instead of of population another of the administration measures already passed by the Senate. A the proposal to require training of boys Over 19 and under registration age was in the form of an amendment by senator new of Indiana which was rejected 36 to 26, after a debate of several Days. A number of senators who favor Universal military training As a peace time policy voted against the amendment. As adopted the Resolution provides that All male citizens of the United states residing in this country attaining their majority since june 5, last shall be subject to registration under regulations prescribed by the president shall present themselves for registration on a Day proclaimed by the president and thereafter shall be liable to military service. American boys popular with Liverpool girls London March by Quot mail a now they re blaming american dentists for the conditions in Liverpool a famous Lime Street according to the Liverpool express Lime Street is slipping Back into the wicked ways that once made it known round the world. The express reports the result of its investigation into the causes of the backsliding and relates an interview with one of the City a constables. A what do you suppose is the attraction that brings these girls Down to Lime Street a the Constable was asked. A they flock to Lime Street in hundreds when Ever the american naval men Are about a he replied. �?�1 have watched these girls with u. S. Sailors and i realize How fascinated they Are with them. The even set Teeth of these smiling boys their accent and their naivete Are particularly at Ada Fura the local showers the weather men said were Likely to visit Oklahoma Friday developed into a terrific rainstorm at Ada the total precipitation for the afternoon and night being 3.94 inches. This was the .55 of wednesday night and .80 of thursday night brings the total up to 5.29. An Inch and a half of the rain of Friday fell within an hour and a half Friday afternoon. Some Little damage was done by water running through business houses and washing up gardens. Imp taht Chames 10 on have backache tile liver i Are sure to be out of does wonders for the Leys and bladder. A trial will convince you. Get it g store. If. Distinguished educator will visit Normal. Or. A. P. Bourland Secretary of the Southern conference for education will be one of the lecturers at the summer term of the East Centra Normal. He will be Here july 4, 5, and 6. Or. Bourland was for Many years professor of literature in Peabody College Nashville tenn., and has former pupils scattered All Over Oklahoma. He is one of the most zealous workers for the cause of education in the South to be found anywhere being a Southern Man himself and anxious to see this part of the United states Advance along educational lines. His coming will be an important event in the summer term. You Only need Beno eczema cure to get rid of those Black Heads pimples rough bumpy skin. Leaves skin smooth. Cures any Case of few is pleasant to use. A trial will convince you. At the drug store 35c. Of. A sales of flour hereafter until August 15th should be limited to six pounds per month per capita or one and one half pounds per week per person. This Means for each person not More than i 3-4 pounds of Victory bread and one half Pound other wheat products. Public eating places Are not to serve More than two ounces of wheat products to any one guest at any one meal. A strict Observance of one wheat less meal on mondays and wednesdays is requested. Retailers can sell Only Twenty four and Ope half pounds flour to City Trade and forty nine pounds to country Trade. No sales of wheat products Are to be made without Sale of equal weight of substitutes except when purchaser produces Miller receipt yet a makes proof of substitutes on hand against which he has purchased flour to balance and also signs a statement that be will use fifty fifty of substitutes with wheat flour. Flour can no longer be used in making paste for paper hanging or Bill posting or for manufacturing any non food product. There is no limit upon purchases of cereals other than wheat products. Every person is urged to reduce wheat consumption to minimum so that our allies and soldiers in Europe can be fed As they should be. J. J. Holden City food administrator. In gun counter offensive begins to take shape. Two courses left for germans. Or United press London april latest Battle front reports showed the allies have pushed Forward at four Points Bot the germans held elsewhere. Most of the important Allied successes in the recapture of of eur. The French retook several villages Between Mont Didier and Lassigne and the British recaptured Dequin. Two courses open to germans. With French afield april i. allies checked the German offensive before their objectives were attained. Military officials consider ohly two possibilities were now open to the germans. The first is to continue their present Effort in which the Battle will inevitable become a Long struggle such As the Somme and Verdun the second to Start another offensive elsewhere presumably in Champaigne where the German Crown Princess army is lined up. The allies Are confident Otis will result merely in the production of another salient like the present one. During the Lull necessitated by the germans moving heavy artillery the allies Are completing concentrations to Check future attacks. American troops in line. Washington april troops Are relieving the Veteran French so the latter May join the counter offensive on the Western line. The americans now have sufficient training to co operate in assuming a share of the counter move it was officially stated in the War department weekly summary. Jafar ill it e Tokio april Japan has not made a formal proposal to the allies concerning japanese intervention in Siberia Bat if the russian situation becomes threatening she intends to take Quick action foreign minister Motono told diet today. Japan has not received a joint proposal from allies on the subject. Generals Nind unfit Foo service by United Presa Washington March 30.�?brigadier generals Charles Phillips and Henry Whitney found physically unfit for foreign duty were discharged from National army commands and returned As colonels of coast artillery. More men receive commissions. Washington March 30�?nine More americans have been commissioned on recommendation of Pershing the War department announced. Military training at East Central president j. M. Gordon returned last evening from Oklahoma City where he attended a meeting of the county superintendents of the state. He also attended a meeting of the presidents of the Normal schools. The Heads of the institutions worked out plans for starting military training in the Normal schools. From this time every student graduated from the Normal must have not less than four terms of military training except those who Are to be graduated before these four terms can be Given. This training will be required of both men and women students and will be Given in such a Way As to fit the men and women for teaching this phase of life in All the schools and especially in the Rural schools. Work in military training will begin at the East Central Normal at the beginning of the summer term. Must dispose of wheat says Hoover judge Orel Busby county food administrator is in receipt of a Telegram from Herbert Hoover National administrator saying that All wheat above that needed to seed the next crop should be taken to the elevators and sold at once in order to meet the emergency in the War. County administrators Are directed to locate men who Are hoarding wheat especially those who have boasted about their intention to hold on and report All such cases. Creamery is Al Aba possibility the Ada ice Cream company is now considering putting in a Creamery to take care of the milk output of the county and furnish fresh Creamery butter for the Trade. The great problem that is facing the company right now is getting the machinery. B. H. Frick president of the company says that he has been asked by Many of the Farmers to put in a Creamery. The Farmers Are anxious to get a Creamery established in order that they May have a Market for All their Cream for the entire year. They insist if they Are assured of the Market the year round they Are ready to buy More Dairy cows and help make this a Dairying Section. The matter will be thrashed out definitely in a few Days and work will begin on the Plant As soon As machinery can be obtained in Case it is decided to build. Diversification pays. Combination of Corn Cotton pigs and peanuts proved profitable in Georgia Community. The Farmers of Brooks county a. Have proven in a most practical Way that a diversified Type of farming with Cotton retained As the chief single source of income can be profitably developed in Many parts of the South. For Many years the Farmers particularly in the lower half of the county have developed the Swine Industry and the production on the farm of the products consumed in the Home to a Point that has Een equated in but few places in the South. The United Stites department of agriculture in 1914 conducted a farm management Survey in this county a report of which is published in bulletin 648, which states that the Type of farming found embodies features that might with profit be adopted in Many parts of the Cotton Belt. Hogs next to Cotton. Cotton continues to be the chief source of income in this Section but unlike Many other localities in the South the next largest returns Are accredited to hogs. Little of the crop land in this Community is wasted. It is either made into pasture for hoes or cattle or cultivated and put in com and peanuts usually grown together Cotton water melons Oats Rye and other teed crops. On nearly every farm there is a Good Home Garden. The Type of farming employed in this Community the report states shows that the More highly diversified farms have a slight advantage Over the others in the yields of crops a considerable advantage in providing profitable employment for the work Stock and in returning larger profits per farm. The farms upon which the least diversification was practice returned 15 per cent less profit than the average for the farms of similar size while the farms practising the most diversification returned 16 per cent More than the average. Note of warning. In considering this question of diversified arming the bulletin sounds one note of warning. It states that wide departures from practices that fit economic factors at work in the Community Are Likely to Lead to financial disaster. The proper selection of farm enterprises is a Large Factor in determining the Success of the business and of equal importance is the combining of these enterprises in the proportion that Best fit the local conditions. No abrupt changes therefore should be made unless the local conditions Are changed by such factors As altered Market conditions or the introduction of serious pests and any change should have the most careful consideration of the Farmer. Increased profits through larger yields. The report further Points out that one of the surest Means of increasing the profitable Ness of these farms is by increasing the crop yields. There is for Ach crop a Point beyond which any further increase in yield can be secured Only at a Cost higher than the returns. On some individual farms in Brooks county this Point of a diminishing returns has no doubt been reached or exceeded but in studying groups of farms it was found that on the average increasing the yields of any crop resulted in increased profits. Keeping work Stock employed is another important Factor in the determining of farm profits. On farms that kept mules productively employed for Only 62 Days per year the Cost of work Stock was $1.70 per Day whereas on farms providing 172 Days of productive labor the Cost was Only $0.72 per Day. The farms that kept work Stock economically employed did so by cultivating a sufficiently Large area per mule. Thirty to thirty five acres per work animal was found to be the most profitable on the Light soils of Brooks county. It la guaranteed to any woman who will use Sanol eczema prescription will find a perfect complexion. It will cure any eruption on Tho skin. It is a skin tonic Sanol eczema cure is a household remedy. A trial will convince you. Get it at the drug store. If. Let a want and get it for Yon. Fuel administration names new prices for summer months. New prices on Oklahoma and Ark an sos Coal have just been Given out through the office of p. A. Norris Federal fuel administrator for Oklahoma. These prices Are arranged to stimulate production and storage during the summer months. The Coal produced in Leflore Haskell Okmulgee Tulsa Rogers and Coal counties and in the Hartshorne and Wilburton vein in Oklahoma will sell at the mine for $3.70 mine run $4.60 prepared sizes and $2.40 screenings. These same prices hold on the Arkansas Coal in Johnston Franklin and Sebastian counties with the exception of the Excelsior District. The Mcalester vein in Pittsburg and Latimer counties will sell for $4.25 mine run $5.10 prepared sizes and $3.00. Screenings. The Arkansas Coal in Logan and Scott counties and the Excelsior District of Sebastian county the prices Are $4.35 for mine run $5.15 prepared sizes and $2.60 for screenings. All of these prices go into effect at 7 of clock a. Rn., March 29. The 45 cents allowed by the president last october May be added to this Price. These prices Are subject to the following summer reductions for All sizes except screenings March 75c april 60c May 45c june 30c, and july 15c. Argentina near diplomatic break with German Empire Buenos Aires March 29.�?argentina is on the eve of another diplomatic crisis with Germany More critical than any of the former ones. This is the general opinion in political circles and is based on the Torp doing of the Argentine Steamer Ministro Irrie do in the Mediterranean Jan. 26. The. Argentine. Ambassador at Madrid has been called Home and is expected to arrive this week. It is believed his coming is in connection with the attack on the Ministro in Oriendo. It is believed that if it is shown the Steamer was torpedoed the government will have Little Choice but to break off diplomatic relations in View of the past exchanges on sub Marine warfare. The crisis is expected to reach a Climax immediately after the easter holidays. A tinge in business firms. Drummond a Alderson have bought out Frank Ephraim a clothing store on West main and will move their present Stock to the Ephriam stand As soon As possible. Both stores have carried a Good Stock of clothing and when consolidated will be a very Large one. Serious shortage re wheat la France Washington March 28.�?shortage of wheat in France has become so serious that the bread ration of the French Soldier has been reduced a ording to official advices received Here today. The food administration is endeavouring to collect wheat to Rush abroad. The United states it was stated has fallen Short More than 800,000 tons in its Cereal Export program up to March 15. R is hoped to make up the deficit and maintain the Export program of 270,000 tons from now on until the new Harvest begin to come in about july i but officials say it can be done Only by the strictest Economy and even sacrifice by the american people. State food administrators will be encouraged by the food administration to requisition summarily any stocks of wheat actually being hoarded. A general order to this effect has not yet been promulgated but state administrators have been advised that they have authority to act. Potato Mast be staff of life. Hoover has asked the people to Cut the wheat products to a greater extent than Ever before. S having of wheat is the problem of the hour. Potatoes must largely become the new staff of life. We Are indeed fortunate to have potatoes in abundance. If we had no wheat at All we would even then be a thousand times better off than our allies. We have plenty of meat All kinds of cereals except wheat vegetables and the luxuries of life. Our allies will do Well if they get by this crisis without actually starving to death. Wheat is the food that will save them. It can be shipped without spoiling and they have the Mills to grind it. They bake their bread in Public ovens. We must Send them wheat. We must save it

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