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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 1, 1920, Ada, Oklahoma
Page fourth Ada evening news Ada Oklahoma wednesday december i 1920. % the Ada evening news established in 1904 published every Day except sunday at Ada Oklahoma by the news publishing amp printing co. Marvin Brown president and editor Luther Harrison associate editor the Adi evening news the Ada weekly news planter and ranch Man the Ada evening news by Carrier per week 15c by Carrier per month 50c by mail per month__________________________________________50c one year in Advance $5.00 the Ada weekly news published every thursday at per year $2.00 planter and ranch Man published every thursday at per year______________________$2.00 every subscriber to the Ada weekly news gets the planter and ranch Man free. Every subscriber to the planter and ranch Man gets the weekly news free. Both papers one year for $2.00. Member of associated press the associated press is exclusively entitled to the use for re publication of All news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. Entered at the Post office at Ada Oklahoma As second class mail matter telephones business office 4. Editorial dept., 307 a right is Man Reg Aideth the life of his beast but the tender ferries of the wicked Are . 12 10. Critics who Quot fail to sign while Praise is ofttimes More pleasant than criticism it does not follow that Praise is More profitable to the recipient than criticism. In truth it May be said that As a general Rule criticism when just and constructive is More helpful than Praise. This thought is called to our mind by the communications we receive from time to time criticising our editorial column. Such communications Are always interesting and frequently most helpful. They give us an idea of what the Reader thinks. Our editorials reflect our own opinion. That opinion May be wrong and we Are really benefited when someone convinces us that we Are wrong thereby enabling us to guard against the same mistake in the future. Even when the question ? under discussion is a two sided question it helps us to see the Force of the other Side. No editor is right judge Frank m. Bailey who was j Leavenworth prison Only More than a Dart of the t Imp a no Tho a porn when pan Defeated for re election to the slime ago where he had served time i a 1 ,. 01 Ine. Ezana be Leaai who can 8upreme Bench of Oklahoma at the for violation of the espionage aet. Show the editor his errors is not Only conferring a favor i recent election win return to his a on the editor but the spa Dinar pm hair a Ltd Wii former Home at Chickasha at the a Large mixed audience that had a i Huilui jul up Otic As Well. Expiration of his present term and assembled to hear a lyceum number Given to the Public in a motion picture offering. It will be seen at the Liberty today with Charles Ray in the old Cohan part. A a at the Mcswain the band Box revue consisting at the american of 14 people singers dancers and heralded As the Best feature in comedians which change their pro which William Russell has starred a ram daily in plot song and dance. A the Man who dared a a new we i Jimmie Lee the comedian is except Liam Fox production with the Story tonally Clever and i he dancing Laid in the California redwoods i chorus is Good to look at. On the in coming to the american theater picture program a cosmopolitan today. Story gives pretty Star excellent William Russell has the role of j Chance to show her ability. Marion big Jim o Kane Boss of a lumber Davies latest cosmopolitan product Jack Camp. The Story which is by lion a april Folly Quot which is being Julius Ltd. Furthman Tell what he1 released by famous players Lasky loved Wien he a got in we Rong Quot with corporation and will be shown at s the sheriff. For the sheriff happen the Mcswain theater today was i cd to be in love with the girl too adapted from Cynthia Stockley a and he was not exactly All that a sheriff should be. The film is said to be notable for attention. The theme is a most i the Beauty of its setting. Trees novel one relating How april Poole Grove 200 feet High in the redwoods played by miss Davies ii search and to walk the Forest paths is like of material for a new novel to i walking in the Naves of great Ca Pul sively offered to Exchange Plages i thedral. Clyde de Vinas is res with the daughter of an Earl we i possible for the photography. Sup was on her Way to South Africa porting or. Russell Are Eileen with a famous Diamond. Rivait i Percy a Ery attractive actress who detectives and a pair of i has since become a Fox Star Frank tonal jewelry thieves Are trailing Brownlee and Lon Poff. Emmett the Gem. April has several thrilling encounters on shipboard and a pretty affair of the heart. The Climax is startling but entirely satisfactory. Conway Tearle is the Story of the same name. As a Magazine serial it attracted unusual j. Flynn directed the picture. At the new Liberty. George m. Cohan hag in rehearse leading Man and the picture was a new musical show with the a a a1 a new musical show a no of Elv title of to those unfamiliar with the inside Story of1 or. Cohan a this news item does not seem of great importance. But there is a history to this Good old Christian name. Years ago under great stress or. Cohan wrote a musical play called a forty five minutes from everybody knows this Good old show As it was one of the big a Gest successes Georgie Ever gave to the Public. It under the direction of Robert z. It is a Paramount Hartcraft picture. Cotton met remit new Orleans Cotton. Open High Low close was produced first dec 15 23 15.74 15.12 15.74 with Victor Moore and Fay Temple ton in the principal roles in 1904. Eight years later it was revived with equal Success with or. Cohan himself playing the principal part. Jan. 15.00 15.54 14.80 15.50 mar 15.15 15.65 14.87 15.54 a Mem full a a a 111 Ajol i Ltd Vigil us 1113 i v or la l i 1 Here is one critic however whose mental processes re enter the practice of Law Ito Kofl Ali of i on i fir in and no Cut of a 4-1 i oh>0<hwh>oo<hmhkhchoh><hkh>chkh><h><h><h>ik Odd 00 of a Rind Light permitting but she is rather firm on the subject of actual 0 egg laying which is what we keep her for. From tile egg saying $ standpoint her Day can be said to 000l>ck>00000000ooooooo<tch>0<h><h><h>ch>i>ch30o<h>u0-c000000000 end at 3 p. In. One of our state Experiment stallion on8 recently carried out a test which showed that ninety three per j cent of All eggs produced were i Laid before 3 p. M. And this per cent age checks up closely with the j average even extends into the evening and hens do not go to Roost until 7 p. In. It ii Seldom that an egg is dropped after 3 p. M. New York Cotton a open High Low close and now it has been made into a dec 15 70 16 15 j553 165 1 screen version with no less a pie Jan 15.70 16.11 15.42 16.6s lure Star than Charles Ray and mar 15 90 16>20 15.47 16.10 offered As a first National attract j a tion it has proven the highest Success of or. Rays career. So much How he Arris aged it a Bobby did you Wash your face for a a forty five minutes from before the Mufic teacher Cline Quot a and your hands a a and your ears Quot a Well a Quot said Bobby judicially a i washed the one that you id be next to her Quot now for Mary. Mary was and is the principal feminine role in a forty five minutes from Broadways Quot and in her or. Cohan has created one of the Dearest and sweetest stage characterizations of his career. So much so that after the tremendous Success registered by the piece he shocking to the taste of the audited conversions. The meetings was hence the Church a Toritis ask a f should begin scratch Iii at Wewoka marched out in a body we have difficulty in understanding. That is the critic a five meeting he who favors us with a really helpful criticism but for has just been closed at Henrietta. Chi a performance. Tiff entertain some strange and unaccountable reason fails to sign his us has kudu communication. E can easily understand Why one who Ever held in this Section of the Geum people put of a number sends us an insulting letter for the sole pleasure of insulting us should not sign his letter. He is not trying to j to change help us. He is not trying to convince us that we Are in in Rry a r no Quot Nam 10 error. He has simply taken offence at some published editorial and wants to hit from a dark place As hard As he can and without danger of detection. But frequently we receive Well written and courteous communications that fail to Bear the signature of the writer. It is this class of writers that baffles us. Only recently we received a letter from Oklahoma City attacking an article we published concerning or. A Olivver that is struck by a Reck d Leto of i As never tested Quot Content a until he less inmate of a baby Carriage is 1 a a a a i 1 4 used the Good old name As the title entitled to damages from the As of a play. And now Mary has been Socia Ted charities. Equally As important As the time 4 at which the Hen a knocks off Quot from her daily duty is the time at which she goes to work. While Gram to conform to the wishes of the audience and the sacredness of the building. The lyceum manager stated however that they had been Ben Mason of Ardmore Utas sentenced to a year and a Day in the Penitentiary by the District court. ,. _. Of Carter county saturday. Mason steered Inlo the Church for fhe was accused of having defrauded neg an the City of Ardmore out of More Rogi fun in than $6,000 while engaged in put Ting Down some water Mains refused to Chancre the thereupon the audience j marched out aim left the lyceum tars performing to empty seats. The population of the first Oon. Ressio Nalt District of Oklahoma Psi Down and seriously injured by a j10w 310190 according to a noun boy Riding a bicycle while she was j ferment by the Federal Bureau of j around for food shortly after Daylight tents have shown that relatively few eggo Are Laid before 7 30 a. In. Before 9 a. Rn., according to an official Experiment 17.7 per cent of the eggs were Laid. The my Forenoon noon and Early afternoon hours Are the periods of greatest productivity. Another interesting Point one Seldom stops to consider is the mrs. John Stewart was knocked j hanged by red tape. To it t ii 1 .1 a. _ _ w a a a a i 1 term pm us in i curiae i Suifan it i Tuo Doois of the superintendents Bryan. It was really a Brilliant article. It gave the Well biking on the sidewalk at Henry a Ceu Gus Robe census of th1 District i office at the county Asylum burst a in .1 1. one of her Lime was Bank. _ known View of the Ultra Bryan supporter and the thought was couched in language just sufficiently Pep-fu1 injured Pery to make interesting Reading it was based on a apprehend a Quot misunderstanding for the reason the article we pub Etta. One of her limbs was broken and she was otherwise pain the boy hurried away in the crowd and was not Fen years ago was Only 180,084 the increase in population is chief a due to the discovery of Oil and a sir Quot re reported Zinc in the northeastern Section just hanged of the state. Fire saturday. A plumber was put Ting Gas fixtures in the building and by Accident the Gas caught fire destroying the building. The Wilson school is one of the largest Rural schools in Okmulgee county i and a number of teachers were i housed in the teach rage. Fished was taken from the Memphis commercial Appeal j Okmulgee a aunty Watt Yea by and was properly credited in the evening news but our Quot a Anonymous correspondent had evidently overlooked that important fact and had sent us a contribution that should have gone to Memphis. But even at that it was a most interesting contribution and reflected in its phraseology the Workings of a really Brilliant mind. But it was unsigned. P. F. Edwards of Muskogee met really this unknown writer has a right to be proud in tort by of Yah Bucuy slur a of his product although he is no doubt ashamed of his he had a sudden attack of cramps Lack of real manliness in failing to sign it. He overlooks Harold a tining Rhim a St t the important fact that he has As much right to his stantly. This is the first death by opinion As we have to ours. He forgets that he has As i Kogee Quot be out of the much right to address us concerning a published article As we had to publish the article in the first place. He seems to forget that if he has a cause Worth fighting for it is an honorable cause and Worth the added dignity of his signature. No Anonymous communication is so amusing to the editor As the one that expresses a threat of personal violence. We suppose that practically All Oklahoma editors have received letters threatening to violently and speedily shoot the daylights out of the recipient. We have received numerous such breathing of threatening and Slaughter. But we have never heard of one who made Good his unsigned prediction. No doubt in their painful ver Dancy they expect the editor threatened to become a physical wreck in brooding Over the bloody of local politicians Are already a doom that awaits him but every editor like every other,0j human being knows that the most harmless of All god s create in is is tile Man Why writes a threatening letter but lacks the courage to sign his name. the Farmers in a certain county Down in Alabama have organized Waht they Call a a nine to one club. The purpose of All members of the organization is to Plant one acre of Cotton to every nine acres of other crops. If they have financial ability to put their scheme Over and the grit to stay with it they will soon be on the High Road to Prosperity. Nine to one seems a rather Large ratio for working purposes but diversification is at the base of every plan to redeem the Cotton Belt from economic bondage. It alone will not suffice but it is one of the prime essentials and when the Farmers of the South have Learned for keeps that they must produce their own feed stuff and rations before Cotton can become an asset they will have taken a Long step towards economic Independence. The hens working. Maybe you never thought of chickens belonging to a Union but just the same a a Biddy maintains an eight hour Day. True so will open and the new attendant rushed in breathlessly. J x Jones has f i f 4 4-4 a and did you Cut him Down a a demanded the superintendent in excitement. A a of no sir he Wasny to dead v and still keeps about two hours a some rare values in diamonds for this week Only c scratch and eat Over a longer be ahead of their output. Pm t a a from the mus state since the Hunting season opened. Henryetta citizens Are interested in the matter of organizing a company of heavy artillery of the Oklahoma National guards. General Barrett has visited Henryetta in the interest of the project and considerable interest has developed. The organization will require a minimum strength of fifty men while All the equipment will be furnished by the Federal government. Chickasha is now in the midst of a Battle Royal among the leading republicans Over who shall be postmaster of that City. The term of Geo. W. Barefoot does not expire until june 1922, but a number among these Are w. W. Hollister William Elliott c. R. Kimbro will Richards and a Bill Dwyer. / stanly j. Clark the Best known socialist speaker of Oklahoma was pelted with eggs and attacked by a crowd of angry men in the streets of Oklahoma City saturday night while attempting to make a socialist speech. A squad of police reserves rescued him from the crowd and rushed him to the police station for Protection. Clarks clothing was torn to ribbons before the police could get him into the prison. The trouble started when Clark began to speak in opposition to Frank Urban who was making an anti socialist speech on the Street and who had refused to Divide time with Clark. When Clark mounted an automobile and began to speak in opposition to Urban before the latter had finished his talk a number of men seized ail the eggs in a greek restaurant near by and pelted Clark vigorously with the eggs. Clark was released from and now comes a special Sale of women a Plush Coats i just at the time when the question of a warm Winter coat can be delayed no longer comes the s Welcome news. Our entire Stock of women a Plush Coats. Values from $49.50 to $55.00 Choice toe cd Choice Early shoppers will appreciate the advantage of making immediate selections. Established 1903 Cimpson a Gebara Kaaa a bees iis-117 West main St
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