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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - December 1, 1920, Ada, Oklahoma The Ada weekly news Ada Oklahoma wednesday december i 1920. Page five a \ the death of the Flowers. The melancholy Day Are come the Saddest of the year of wailing winds and naked Woods and Meadows Brown and Sere. Heaped in the hollows of the Grove the autumn leaves lie dead they Rustle to the eddying gust and to the Rabbit s tread the Robin and the Wren Are flown and from the shrubs the Jay and from the Wood top Calls the Crow through All the gloomy Day. Where Are the Flowers the fair Young Flowers that lately sprang and stood in brighter Light and softer airs a beauteous sisterhood alas they All Are in their Graves the gentle race of Flowers Are lying in their Beds with fair and Good of ours. The rain is falling where they lie but the cold november rain Calls not from out the gloomy Earth the Lovely ones again. A Bryant. Mrs. Tobias entertains. On monday mrs. S i. Tobias who with her daughter. Miss Esther is living in the Beautiful Beverly apartments at hot Springs ark., this Winter delightfully entertained at dinner a number of friends among whom were congressman t. D. Mckeown and mrs. Mckeown from the Arlington hotel and miss Mayme Rogers who is living at the Majestic All of whom Are from Ada and Are living in this popular resort this Winter. The pretty Beverly apartment was Beautiful decorated in gorgeous White and Gold chrysanthemums and Southern Smilax. The menu consisted of a six course dinner service of roast Goose cranberries pumpkin pies fruit cake ice Cream and All the other Good things mrs. Tobias usually serves at her wonderful dinners and was greatly enjoyed by her Many guest fuck miss Kathleen Smith has returned from a visit of several Days with friends at Wapanucka. A Fred Palmer arrived yesterday from Shreveport for an extended near get it at Gwin amp Mays. Ada seed amp feed co., phone 697. 11-3-lm. J. D. Nelson of Oklahoma City is a business visitor Here today. High school holes doctor Linscheid visits High. Or. A. Linscheid visited the High news pm the Hospital Fuller died at her school tuesday morning and made a Bome at Franks about two of clock a very interesting talk to the Stu to Juis morning. She was 75 years of Dent body. The High school was age and leaves one son h. M. Full delighted to have doctor Linscheid j or the body win be iad to rest in and enjoyed very much what he. The Franks cemetery this afternoon had to say to them. Buster Moore son of or. And mrs. Henry Moore of Fitzhugh was operated on for appendicitis tues of Day. The operation was a Success and he is doing nicely. Grant Irwin garage for the Best of service phone 2, 9-10-1 in Coats . Ada he stitching ll-27-3td c. C. Ray made a Short business trip to Roff today. Menus shirts made to Ada he stitching shop. Ll-27-3td w. M. Beck of Shawnee is in Ada today. T. G. Jones of Okmulgee is Here on a Short business trip. Alterations of All he stitching shop. i l-27-3td Quick service first class shoe repairing. Ada electric shoe shop 121 South Broadway. 12-l-5td alumni is. Regulars. 6-6. The football game at the Normal Gridiron tuesday afternoon Between the High school alumni and the regular High school eleven was a hard fought Battle from the Kickoff to the final whistle. A few of the players on each Side managed to get up a moderate head of steam which resulted in a final score of 6-6. The Side lines were not crowded with spectators but there were me r ranks ,.cujcicm or. Threkeld Brydia who was con at four of clock and the funeral Are fined to her room with a vices will be held at the cemetery cold tuesday is much Lay the infant of or. And or. C. A. Slocum died at the family Home at 609 West main Street morning. The body will be taken to j Oakman this afternoon and interned in the Oakman cemetery. And is attending to her practice. / but the one Man breweries Tun this out a new crop every three hours. The member of an anti tipping association dined one night in a fashionable restaurant and after paying his till gathered up the want ads too late to classify so ii5ei.ikh i Quot ply a am. Low voice for rent two furnished bed Grant Irwin advised us that old Dragus is still in town ready to null anytime he is needed. Phone 2. 9-10-Lro first class shoe repairing. 121 South Broadway. Quot Ada electric shoe shop. 12-l-5td several people out to see the game. I Bange that had been Brogam of i wanted position by competent relation of the High school is a live organization As Well As a boosting organization for that school. It is through the efforts of this organization that much of the support of All High school activities has been accomplished. The Post season football game was an Effort on the part of the association to raise funds for a reception to be tendered the football team at an Early Date. The december girl is the cheery Maiden who loves the keen Cool air of the twelfth month. Bundled up in her furs she revels in the Winter snows and glowing Cheeks Are her Reward. A Grant Irwin a a it very Large Battery outfit with an expert in charge phone 2. For Battery trouble. 9-10-lm to. D. Bauer of Weleetka is in Ada today looking after business matters and visiting friends. A surely you wont forget me rooms or Light housekeeping rooms sir a phone 53. 12-l2td no no a said her. For Sale improved 80 acre Black land Tarm seven Miles South of Strafford cheap easy terms. John g. James Roff. Okla. 12-l-2td a. Shoppers a i want to get a fashionable Saleslady a yes Madam. Will you have it too tight or too Short a a and Echo called Back deep and sonorous a Rotten a we make hand made Cowboy boots. 121 South Broadway. Ada electric shoe shop. 12-l-5td a Pepper is Pepper and Salt is Only fifteen men Are needed to Complete guard Battery Here another meeting was held last t. L. Weight of Ardmore left today for that City after visiting a few Days with local merchants. R. S. Johnson of Muskogee is Here for a few Days and will transact business with local merchants. J. H. Warren left today for Mcalester after spending a few Days Here visiting local business men. Mrs. Blanc Enship of Francis was a shopper in this City yesterday. She also visited friends while Here. R. D. Moore left yesterday for Hanna where he will spend several Davs on business. Or. And mrs. E. E. Morrison of Allen Are Here doing some Winter shopping and attending to business matters this week. F. W. Chambers who bos been miss Mildred Robinson who has j the Hospital at Sherman for of h the Cut Hal for the Pur been very ill for Tho Pas. Two pm it few weeks is reported to Salt if you dont get your Loving o add no new recruits to the is reported to be better today. Ifs your own darn fault which has Shiwa bling lightly to the Edge been in the course of formation j e. A. Benton is a business Visi be the guest of miss Clara Hooker and mrs. Galen Crow. A a m visit with relatives in and near 0f the stage her shoulders keep Bere f0r several months. J tor in Hickory today. He will Ada. A do time to the hesitating strains Only a few persons attended return this afternoon for a Short i of the orchestra one of the band be meeting and Only four joined. Visit with his family. Mrs. W. N. Mays left tuesday Box girls at the Mcswain theater the Battery fifteen More men Are for Oklahoma City where she will last night Sang he above Snappy needed before the Battery can to Migg a ice unhurt a of Row a a a a a than shimmied a worn in another meeting will monday and tuesday Here Liza Jae. Then she Sam Mia held at he City Hall thursday soon Oins and visiting friends Liza a Ihen she shimmied night and the pre8ent members will a by ppm and a siting mends. Miss Geneva Payne returned yes j Knees barely a bailing the Jak do personal work Between now ter Day from Wapanucka where she i As flaked Back. Others i and that time in an Effort to be spent thanksgiving and the week-1 line including one elder it cure the required number. With relatives and woman then took turns in Rock a Goon As members have be greatly improved and is expected to be Able to return Home some time this week. He has Many friends Here who Are pleased with his improving condition Atli who will be glad to see him Homo again. To new Liberty he Charles Ray a in Geo. M. Cohan a great play 45 minutes from Broadway Charlies first Independent production and the biggest and Best of All others combined a Story of rubes and Wise Guys. End holidays friends. A a. J. Walker of the Walker l. T. Smith left yesterday for Oklahoma City where he will spend several Days on business. Senator Reuben Roddie has re no Forward singing a line and been securi3d Captain Penney will a Eeling Back Ala Jelly Roll. J were Challes f. Barrett state business trip i vainly trying to mix a dimes adjutant general to come to Ada Jurner Worth of deep drama with a Nickels and Wear the Battery in and to 1011 Vvonne. And Worth of the musical comedy the make u g part of the authorized Jack Wilbum of twin states Oil j 3and Jox revue last night bordered National company both of Ardmore Uard. T. D. Lyon and wife of Pauls 7 i on the ridiculous and took us Back the boys have Laboured Long and a Ley arrived in this City yester turned to their Home today after the Dave when the. Old Ham faithfully in an Effort to bring Day to spend a few Days Here shop a Short visit to the Oil Fields. J barnstormers used to come Down this organization up to required nine and attending to business mat the and they Are proud of ers the fact that their efforts Are about or. And mrs. H. P. Donly Lea Vej first there was a chorus by the thursday at noon for Mcalester i four girls who pranced in cos where they will have charge Ca j Lume like chinese maids. They Baker Reidt motor company of also have a costume in fitly Cut Mcalester. Out of some yellow material which a a mrs. T. W. Pitts returned yester is said to be Gingham or something i like that. They wore this cos Day from Nashville tenn., where ume in be other numbers in which she spent several Days visiting Rel Atves. She was accompanied Home by her sister mrs. Lucy Gray of that City who will spend several Days visiting relatives Here. Pfc Arnold and Alva Griffith of Roff arrived in this City yesterday and spent last night with their sister mrs. Glennie Corvin. They will leave this morning for Stonewall where they will visit for a few Days with a brother. A a or. And mrs. C. G. Anderson have As guests this week at their Home at 812 East twelfth the former a parents or. And mrs. C. H. To be crowned with Success. Since i j. R. Kilburn left today for his me first few members were be Home in Ardmore after spending a cured very Little outside help has be Days this week ii this City. Been Given. I Oscar trimber and wife and Ira according to the eighteenth Hays have arrived from Wichita amendment the last staggered Kansas and will be employed in the they appeared. Swift As lightning were the changes and transitions. One moment an Effort is being made to make you laugh then the a a heavy walks in and in a choking voice asks a where is my Chee Ildy my Chee ild a the larg audience chuckled occasionally at the funny or. Callahan. The old boy is Good but it takes More than one to make a show. Ada is a big town and the people Here want big town shows. Of course it is necessary to fill in now and then with a Tab show and we know too that you never should have staggered his final stagger Over a year ago. But the boys Are still tumbling around looking Wise and walking foolish. It a vehicle meeting an old Man Between two crutches shall keep to the Center. Harris hotel. Or. Trimber will be the chef his wife a waitress and or. Hays will be the second Cook. With this new Kitchen help the management Hopes to give much better service As the above mentioned parties come highly recommended. In cd of al ii theater the picture shown at the my Strain last night made up for the shortcomings of the rest of the show Quot done to change your was As interesting and entertaining it it As it was unusual and sent you i away thankful for getting that much anyway for your 50 cents. I Anderson and his sister mrs. Rav can ten about a Tab show unto mond Scruggs and son Raymond \ you see it but it is hard to have jr., of Oklahoma City. One inflicted on you that would a 4 j. Hardly make Good on the bowery or. Mcneur will leave the last of or Down mud Flats Way. The week for new Orleans where f picture was Good. He will attend the Eye ear nose and Throat clinic. Mrs. Mcnew will accompany the doctor and they plan to return to Ada about new year. A it mrs. Ralph Cain has returned from Booneville mo., where she spent several Days visiting her son Weston who is in the Kemper military school there. She is very Well pleased with his work and the school in general. 4t 4t 4t or. And mrs. H. J. Hooper left yesterday for Wetumka where they will spend a few Days visiting relatives and friends. They will go from there to Weleetka where they will spend a few Days visiting relatives before returning Home. It a w. C. Bert jr., of Okmulgee left today for his Home in that City after transacting business with local merchants. The playhouse of character presenting the band Box revue in an entire change of program c. A. Harrington will leave to Mac afternoon for his Home in Durant after spending a few Days Here this week. J mrs. Wetherington better. E. T. Wetherington is in receipt of a letter from the doctors in Oklahoma City who have mrs. Wetherington in charge stating that her condition is such that she can be brought Home Friday. Or. Wetherington is naturally very much elated Over this Good news and will go to the City Friday morning and accompany his wife Home Friday evening. It is with much pleasure that this paper is Able to chronicle this Good news. J. M. Ashton prominent business Man of Steed Man is in Ada today. Ohio electric cleaners picture program Marion Davies a in a a april Folly a Madcap mystery Romance that starts Iii England speeds up in new York and ends with a joyous bang in South Africa. A dashing mystery Romance from the cosmopolitan Magazine. Specific reductions on every pair of shoes in this House for the woman child or Man. Shoes that stand the hard Wear that they Are Given and yet Fine shoes of Quality. Utz and Dunn and Krippendorf Dittman High Grade shoes of Quality for the lady. Affecting every pair of dress and Street shoes in the House. Lot in dress boots in All sizes of finest Grade Stock kid with French Heel Plain toe and nine Inch tops. With turn or Welt soles specially priced $9.48 lot 2�?Street shoe in All sizes of extra Fine Grade of Russia calf in fancy made Brogue. With military Heel and Welt sole a very Classy shoe at less than wholesale costs specially priced $8.80 coming thursday Bryant Washburn in a mrs. Temples Telegram 99 marriage licenses. J d Lynch 49, Ada and mrs Lizzie Clark 30, Steedman Lonnie Cecil 22, Stonewall and Iva Haggart 21, Stonewall you can pick up All the threads and Lent a you can brighten up every Rug and carpet a you can clean clothes curtains and draperies Walls and ceilings with the Ohio cleaner. Call 630 for free trial a Limerick. A surgeon once owned a big ape he kept it tied up with tape one Day it broke Loose and stirred up the Deuce. And the surgeon Cut off his escape. 6ay electric co. 121 s. Broadways phone 630 la american k popular with the people today William Russell in a the Man who dared an absorbing tale of the great Redwood forests of California and of a Lumberjack who won a girl against Odds. Bathe news news that is news coming thursday and Friday Wanda Hawley in a food for scandal lot 3�?Street or dress shoes in Black kid gun in pointed and round toes military heels and Welt sole. One of our very Best specials in a High Grade shoe______________________________$5.95 lot 4�?school girls shoes in Black kid capped tops 8 Inch tops with military heels and Welt soles. Reduced from 20% to 30%, $3.95 to $4.50 menus $20 Brogue shoes $10 menus Nettleton Cordovan Brogue and Russia calf while they last-------------------$10.00 buy her a comfy Slipper for Christmas o a i brother All Felt in Green Brown red Pink baby Blue old Rose China Blue and Apricot colors at specific prices $1.75 and $2.20 All Felt with leather soles fur trimmed and All colors at this Christmas specific price_________$2.75 an All Wool wooly boy suit sweater shoes a mothers favorite overcoat Muffler ties shirts football locomotive blocks gun xxx. A to in l. A. E s t a b l is had i of Rhone 77

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