Page 2 of 1 Dec 1920 Issue of Ada Evening News in Ada, Oklahoma

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 1 Dec 1920 in Ada, Oklahoma and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Ada Evening News.

Browse Ada Evening News

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 1 Dec 1920 Ada Evening News in Ada, Oklahoma. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 1, 1920, Ada, Oklahoma T of Page two the Ada evening news Ada Oklahoma wednesday december i 1920. Cot Grin s Youthful Collar for Winter frock Ufi of Cotton to Send commissions i has not been passed on to the con into the Southern states and make. Sumer. There is entirely too much a very careful study of the Cost of profit made on Cotton Between the has never paid Cost of production save during War period. The r cent destruction of mini-1 Erous pm a is and warehouse i in thl Rollon kit Wing states of taif South i Falls to in time att Emion o be of i Emo Reri Oua problem nerf in the i Sia tfx a. Arson wit not Olve a this Pio Zilem. By itis if b Hup it i that Pood will Donn from the Public off cation Lefi Uhl. Thi. Is no new problem. An in v i?.bl��?T crisis has been approaching. For a neral i years. Anji fa1r-Dundid business Man willing to examine ii figures can readily be convinced ii i most of the Cotton prot diced in this coun. Try since the civil Wir Iris been Pio Ducom al a . For the tin i fince i a. Horn i a Otton sold at a big profit to it the producer during the years i 18 and 1910. Those years Are fret h in Ujj Valenci res lace makes the Nien Iory of he co ton Mower. Charming Vestee and Collar for he will hoi go Back to a it non pro. The suit frock or one piece dress auction at a los. Qaq could almost i a a Antee this Cotton Grover today May be combination to take several divided int., two. Las of Tho who years from a woman Sage. Have Money in the Bank we boar of a rating on a Ash bit in and. Therefore. Pile to Mark their cot rut wealth to its producers is both gradually and Trio a who have no Rataic and absurd. The Southern producing Cotton. Nothing very definite a known on that subject yet. The state department of agriculture of Texas estimated in the fall Farmer Aud the spinner. The world at Large would be vastly benefited by aiding the Cotton Farmer to get on a solid eco successful Yemel of Tho year 1919 thai the Cost of nomic basis. Once he is there reproducing Cotton that year was apr can produce much better and cheap a proximately 40 cents a Pound. Cot or Cotton. His methods at present i Kansas City mo., nov. $6.�?colon was then Selling at 44 cents Are wasteful. The world gains Noth operative agencies Selling and put a Pound. I ing by the fact that he must pay i chasing together with commercial in company with other men who such an enormous profit on a conducted by the a were experts on Cotton production j Bacon he eats and such a High a i made a study of the problem and i or Money to hire Cotton pickers in tonal Farmers Union an Organiza our figures showed for that Yea be fall. The world gains nothing but lion of 900,000 members did an that the Cost of producing Cotton jibe fact that the Cotton Farmer has aggregate business of More thai wok 27 cents a Pound. In those Fig and worse Bridges and j $600,000,000 in the last twelve the Cost of picking was the meat he lacks cows and hogs. All months according to reports sub heaviest item. The Cost was end of these problems Are essentially fitted at the annual Union Conven keying plan today according to of been commanded. For the per facials. Chase of commodities he needs the agencies Are maintained Pri the member turns to the purchasing Mariy to bring to the members the Agency whether he wants Calico highest Market prices for what they two by fours or a steam tractor. He produce and to offer them commod finds them offered officials say cities at the lowest prices. At prices considerably below those under the plan the father Niem he would have to pay ordinarily. Ber ships his produce or livestock this is possible they explain from to the nearest Selling Agency. There the fact that the Agency is Able to it is taken in charge by men who get better prices because it Pur have his interests at heart and no chases in Carload lots and the profit sold until the highest Price a of the Middle Man is eliminated. Batiste embroidered and trim tiny too High then. Negro Cotton pickers were earning from $10 to $25 a Day at that time. Ifs no Jjo Cal matter. This problem is of National and International interest because this country never grown even approximately the amount of Cotton it ran produce under reasonable conditions. In the Spring of 1919 when labor was High Iii the Cotton Fields i saw thousands of acres Ali Andone to the weeds because the Farmers w Ere afraid to risk the vast amounts of Money that would be required to keep these Fields clean with labor at $3 to $5 a Day. Some of these Fields produced Only a tenth of a Bale of Cotton to the Southern problems. Ion Here several Days ago. The world is willing to pay what strip info across More than Twenty Cotton costs. That Cost could be determined from time to time by competent investigation. Also the Cotton states the business activities of the Union have become most important factors in the farming Industry Farmer needs help. He is half Way feature presents along the Road Jcj by dependence i a car i now or perhaps More than half i Way. Hundreds of thousands have actually achieved Independence during the past three years. If they must go Back to prices based on the conditions off ten years ago there will be unceasing disorder in the South. There is Good reason to be optimistic about the outcome of the struggle. If the Independent Cotton growler can save himself from disaster. Capital Excel t tin in labor and the it Atef a it a monopoly on Cotton j of time if protected from the acre when the season justified three inevitably fila rulers of a Hale to the acre. Of to cheap eng the Cost of production tiny could have known in april i that Cotton was going to sell at 45 i a a Cenis a Pound in september these Panama hats Are made from Fields would have be a kept clean. I Fibre taken Fronzi the leaves of Cotton is a Staple crop. It is not Trees. Subject to decay like wheat or Corn. It can be stored for Long periods Ives Ololla Cheeks be better looking take Olive tablets to have a dear Pink skin Bright eyes no pimples a feeling of buoyancy like Chiw Nood Days you must keep your body free from poisonous wastes mfr. Edwards Olive tablets a vegetable compound mixed with Olive Oil act of the liver and bowels like Calomel a yet Tiave no dangerous after effect. Tse one nightly and note results. They Start the bile and overcome a constipation. That a Why millions of cues arc sold annually. Americans Home shoe polish tile Salt Shinin. Sinh amp tia Black tan White of blood c Brown labor of their children who own a production we Hlub Iii arcs e very other at hic my of Ilie season we Iii alleged monopoly in the world seem fore to Marc tic r Cotton foolish. Hrvat Britain France Ami instantly of Pii e. Othir countries have a arched the the real warfare is bet Ween these it lobe for Cotton lands. The worlds two , to Lough All of the col demand for Cotton goes pm increase ton Farmers do not realist tills year after year. Lery twee ome of them think they Are Figpi-.ih new use develop for Iii Wall tie i or the a it Pinner to. The remarkable Fibre. Only the tum Farmers in of been fighting Southern states seen to be Able to wind Mills for More than a Quarter. Never made of a Century. Their real enemy is them Rich. Wherever Cotton is the Lack of Cap Hal High interest . Principal crop there you will find and the More extremely ignorant ele schools in tumbled ment whose crops Are virtually Stol a Jode paid teachers a percentage of illiteracy and a school in from them every year. Anyone who tries to understand term ranging from one month to four. Wherever Cotton is Prin weather. Once the Cotton Farmer is on a Cash basis and has some Assurance that he will be Able to sell i his Cotton at a profit no matter How Niall that profit May be production will be vastly stimulated and the South will come into its own. Our a Cotton crop is too important to Tho United states As a whole and too important to the world to be handled forever in the wasteful Slipshod method that has characterized its production in the past. While children have been enslaved i and condemned to illiteracy to produce cheap Cotton the cheapness la. Pro Blenis of the Coton Krower of you will and bad today must know something of the roads poor Bridges and the highest history of the crop in his Conn-1 try. It Bogan As a slave labor crop., ,. Y. When the negroes Wert it Liose who hav e Avis lied their became for the. In to Man sympathy upon the child in the fac age affairs that had previous been cry or Mill and the boys in the managed for them. Thev did not night pro table give some know How to buy or sell . In thought to the fact that a very Large consequence tin a dragged Down the of All of the Cotton har smaller White Plantation Owliaei to in thl in Nickett he Bious children Black Drao Glit Long in soccer Fol use praised by an Arkansas mopier soon does in work unscrupulous men and very few of whom Are Able to Analyse the fac a Cotton at eight a cars to fifteen tors which fix prices for a crop Pound has Post fade sold All Over the world. Because of the toil of these. S i. Child no. In no other Way could null the Era of he a i for Gurji be maintained year aft Cotron. Closing with his year the to this Isis which now takes i. I a tenant had lived from hand Toro of burning gins would Over gently but Stively. And a to Mouth for a creations. Many of de cloned to Wert Bearc a of if important Funcion of throw them owned Noi hip More than a i a Cotton Fluer could have seen a i 1�?� out waste materials and Poison. When we have sour stomach headache. Or any liver or stomach trouble we use Black draught. It is an easy laxative and soon does the work. I certainly think la is one of the Best Rem Edies made. Black draw fat acts on the jaded Wyagon Load of Houschild goods j Vay out. That y have Bern willing to system. Sonie it them owned a pair of seize and Avenue of 0 Cape we ther mules and possibly a f w it involved disorder or not. They Anc a cil i air. \ cry of a w of them have blamed the a Specular ors. The had any ass Ranry it that the farm in thousands of households Black draught is kept Handy for immediate use in time of need. Prompt treatment often is half the Battle and will often they tilled one year would to Thorr ii prevent slight ills from developing in Fey had become to till the next. Nomads. Tho National government and their serious troubles. Various state governments for their misfortunes. But the truth of the Cotton is a nine months crop. It a Mailer All the while has been that _ in a tires More Capuli than any Oili that a needed Money to operate on effects obtainable Quot by taking Blacker crop grow on this continent and they did not have it. Thir crop draught for liver and stomach Ignant Farmers without any was sold before it w As planted. Orders. Get a package today and its Well established Merit during More than 70 years of successful use should convince you of the helpful who who Olive the miss. Eva Sparks leads today by a Small margin mrs. Jessie Helm second. Race close and exciting watch saturday s paper the ability to satisfy the equipment to serve fixed place of abode borrowed some was out of difficult a by on Rop mortgages paying from must be found. It would be highly to per cent to co per cent interest for the a Privis and spin the v bought their goods at the general stores on credit paying for 50 Lier cent Loiso per cent above Cash prices. These figures can be verified from a bulletin issued by the agricultural and mechanical College of Texas. When the Cotton crop picked the tenant Farmer did not in it it w As covered j by razor tag a almost to the full value and often beyond the full value. Scores of efforts have been Trade i in the Cotton producing states to organize the Cotton farm cd is so that j they could Market their crop gradually. Without a single exception these efforts have failed and the reason is obvious. The banker and i the merchant wanted their Money As soon As the Cotton was picked. They did not care to speculate on whether the Cotton would bring a higher Price later. They wanted their part of it at the earliest moment possible. There Are scores of tabulations showing the Market value of Cotton each Day of the year. You cannot find a tabulation which fails to show that the Price of Cotton was Low when the crop was being sold by the Farmer and that it went up As soon a the Cotton was in Tho hands of the speculative buyers Aga i the reason is obvious. The Speculator has Loo much sense to Force hip Cotton on an unwilling Market. The Farmer could not avoid making that error. Itch Mioshi in High ibises. F there never was but one Hope for peaking this economic . That Ope was realized during the period of High pric Quot referred to. During the past three years thousands of banners have put enough Money in the Bank to pay Cash for their supplies to buy new equipment to buy land. They broke the Chain of usury which had bound them. The condition of these Farmers today is better than it has Ever been before. This problem of Cotton production is brought to a crisis now not because the conditions Are More into Rabic than Ever but because the producers have had Hope stirred in their breasts for the first Tim in thirty years. They have always known that they should hold their Cotton and Market it gradually. This year some of them Are so determined to Market their Cotton right that they Are even willing to bum Down to prevent others from glutting the Market. The failure of Cotton to bring keep it in your House. See that the package bears the words a Thedford a Black draught nc-14x the w willingness to serve Well the first National Bank of Ada p. A. Koliris pres. M. A Timberlake Vic president. J. A. Smith vice president c. L. Griffeth. Cashier. L. J. Fleming asst Cash. K a 1�?miss Eva Sparks 492,000 2�?mrs. Jessie w. Helm 490,000 3�?mrs. 0. F. Johnson Allen 487,000 4�?mrs. Reita Sturdivant 480,000 5�?mrs. Joe Beck Stonewall 477,000 6�?mrs. L. A. Trudeau 470,000 7�?miss Pauline Harris 363,000 8�?miss Florence Hunnicutt 269,000 9�?miss Julia Walker 239,950 10�?miss Beatrice Craig 232,200 11�?miss Inez Neal a i 199,600 12�?mr. H. D. Ledbetter 195,450 13�?miss Clara Rayburn 184,500 14�?mrs. C. V. Dunn 183,100 15�?miss Elsie Sharp Francis 152,600 j6�?miss Myrtle mccurry___________________________1.32,100 17�?miss Mary Rushing 127,200 18�?mr. Ellis Bevel i 90,750 19�?miss Bertha May Murdock 35,450 20�?miss Jesse Belle ellis____________________________18,100 21�?mrs. Lillian Mcguire 17,350 there is always room at the top it watch for changes in saturdays Issue. Hiese i ext five Days Are most important time now spent taking subscriptions will be Worth far More to you than the same time during the a Home stretch period. This first period of the Campaign is the most important in More ways than one. Make the most of it and place the i Best insurance you can buy on the automobile you a a ant to own after december 23rd. It just 23 Days until someone win occupy the Drivers seat in this car a a is that somebody you a you must make every Day count if you Aie to win this car dec. 23rd Ada news greater Cir Laffon Campaign salesmanship club department. A i

Search All Newspapers in Ada, Oklahoma

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Ada Evening News Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Ada Evening News?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection