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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 17, 1926, Ada, Oklahoma Pace two the Ada evening news Ada Oklahoma sunday january 17, 1326 farm column Auto rudely Breaks baby a sleep Frank Mayfield Secretary of Hie Union Valley cooperative marketing organization states that the As so j elation has not sold its crop of Sweet potatoes yet. He says the members have about to cars on hand but the Price has not yet j reached a Point that tempts them i to sell. He says that the Irish to j Tahoe acreage will he somewhat increased Over last year. He figures on about 80 acres this year As com pared with 50 in 1925. J. B. Hill and Frank Mayfield of j Union Valley brought Back a Good one from the Farmers meeting at Oklahoma City Friday. Potato growing was the subject under Dis Cushion. A Well dressed Man with an expression indicating that he knew something of his subject Rose and said he would like to have some advice about proper fertilize lion that his Sweet potatoes had made 875 bushels per acre but that lie Wall not satisfied. This and other remarks led others to seek further information. He declared that he received $2.00 per Bushel for All he raised and had no trouble it in finding a Market. A produce shipper at once wanted to know where he found such a a Rood mar Ket but the fellow was not Able to locate the destination of his crop other then began to ask questions 1 and the speaker finally gave it up j As a bad Job and left the floor. No doubt about land owners of the county being very much alive to the importance of terracing j agent Hill has a us of requests j in his Book that would keen him Busy for months to come if he got around to All of them. He rat r. However that help is in sight. Ai level has been bought by the county for each commissioners District and these three will he passed from one to another As of St is loss ibo a and when not in use Quot in a Quot kept in the county clerk s office. Several individuals have also bought Levels. In some cases clubbing together. Or Hill will teach a Stoup of men in each neighbourhood where terracing in to be done How to use the Levy then it will not be necessary for him to personally Lav off the grades for terraces and drainage ditches As has been the Case in the past. Putting up beef Here Are some recipes by j. Q Schultz which i clipped from the farm and ranch a hiring beef the Corning or pickling process is used to preserve the surplus beef for future use. Salt sugar. And Saltpetre Are generally used. Salt cures the meat and extracts water from the tissues tending to make it hard and tip a. The action of Saltpetre is similar to that of Salt but in addition gives the meat a Reddish or Pink color. Sugar soften the harshness of the Salt add improves the flavor of the meat. Fire Wirtig retried beef the cheaper cuts of meat. Such As the plate Rump and Chuck generally Are used in making corned beef. Meat from fat animals make better corned beef than that from thinner animals. Cut the beef into pieces five or six inches Square. The nieces should be of uniform thickness of that they May be packed in even layers in the barrel. Win meat is thoroughly cooled it be corned As soon As possible meat which has begun to spoil if unwholesome and will probably Oil news the Vanoss Roff territory is to have another Well drilled. O. Smith of Thorndale Texas has raved to Ada and taken Over the management of the property of his deceased brother s. P. Smith. Or. Smith together with the Dixie Oil company is starting another test in Section 28-3-4, this toeing in the South half of the Northeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of the Section. This territory has been of interest for about two years. A Well _ _. _ was drilled in that Section which magnitude. Thousands appeared in and never before have the three All played in a single picture. The new picture a massive spectacle is adapted from the famous mystery novel by Gaston Leroux. It is Laid in and about the famous Paris opera and the sinister machinations of a the phantom a mysterious creature with a warped soul who had his Refuge in the cellars five stories deep under the famous old building where he exerted a sinister influence on the Gay throngs above. The entire Interior of the opera its great stage on which an entire opera was presented coincidentally with the mysterious and weird events in the catacombs below was reproduced on a lavish scale rivalling a the Hunchback production in it was a rather rude Awakening for George m. Peck or. Aged 3. Of 8a Diego when his fathers automobile plunged into the Peck Nome. Car s drive Shaft broke As or. And mrs. Peck reached the top of a my nearby. The machine after tearing out a Corner Timber of the noun stopped straddle of the baby a bed. But George or. Was unhurt. Was a Good paying Oil Well. Offsets to the South East and West were dry. Other Wells drilled further away were also dry. The territory North however has never been tested. The size of the discovery Well causes Oil men to believe there must i be a big Pool in the territory. In a phantom of opera Cau Jed Chaney a Best gorgeous scenes Many photographed in color. School notes brads Aull Franks by High school Wood cutting has been the order of the Day since a old Man Winter Lon Chaney of be Hunchback. Maje is appearance in our com of notre Dame and the two Fav-1 Ninny Emily Dale Bernice Jones. Major Moses Mcnutt a Melvin Underhill. Rawdon Crawley Orville Chauth Era. A a quota a a mrs. Parrie Britt coach we would be glad to communicate with the officials of any school in Pontotoc county with reference to putting the play on in their Community. Despite the Snow and sleet the players were greeted by a goodly number of enthusiastic supporters of our school. Consequently the entertainment was declared a decided Success by those present. The proceeds were $20.70. Misses icy Roland Noma Stewart and Beulah James attended a Ball game at pleasant Hill Friday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Carthal Anderson of Lovelady spent the week end with the latter smother mrs. M. E. Chambers. Or. And mrs. H. S. Emerson made a business trip to Ada saturday. Or. Luther Shaver and family of Ada were visitors in this Community sunday. James Chambers made a business Iron Post the first Snow of the Stilson fell Friday and saturday of last week. It melted so fast the boys had to out real Early to be Able to it two votes track a Rabbit in the Snow. We were glad to see so Many out for sunday school and poaching sunday. Rev. Mccloud delivered a very it a i. Tulsa world in 1920, while for a few weeks a member of the lower House of Congress j. W. Harried elected interesting Sermon at la of clock. a Republican from the fifth the Many friends of mrs. Tully Oklahoma ii it his party to cat his ii be glad to know she is now vote in favor of seating Victor Abb to sit up after several Days Berger socialist. He managed the serious sickness matter in such a Way that he could i in. Rosia Baker and family claim the credit for having cast Irav returned to their Home at the decisive vote which saved the Chillicothe Texas after several Mil a Akee Radical his seat. The Java Stav with mrs. Bakery a Moth ramp deals of Oklahoma showed their appreciation by casting their solid vote for him in the ensuing Campaign and he was elected to the Senate where he now is serving his uth year. Tuesday the Berger Case was repeated. But this time in the United St ites Senate. The governor of North Dakota appointed a senator to fill an unexpired term. He was a Radical non partisan leaguer the same organization which was largely responsible for imposing i id Walton upon Oklahoma Senate was voting on his eligibility and the Republican were practically solidly opposed to admitting him to the Senate. Concerning the merits or demerits of the Case we make no comment lacking the necessary knowledge of the facts and the Law or. Mrs. Tuut Minikel Norvelt will soon to among her friends at sunday school again. She is recovering from an operation for appendicitis. The Center Hall team played the various team a very interesting game Friday evening. The game came out in favor of Vanoss. The Vanoss Ball team played Roff Tut Day night defeating Hie Roff Tea ii 25 to 4. Some May wonder Why we give the to v s from Vanoss. We Are in the j Vanoss consolidated District we Are proud of our school. Verna Wise and Grace Payne w re visiting Kula and Lavaun Ernie sunday. Mayo Smith sent sunday with Ruth Little. Selma Banes was the guest of Ritea Mary Philton and Norman Kerry who played together in a merry go round one of last years greatest successes All play together in a the phantom of the opera Lon Chaney a successor to a the Hunchback universe Aye a spec spectacular mystery opening monday at the new american theatre. Miss Philbin plays the role of Christine Dane the opera Singer whose love the a a phantom sacrifices his life for one of the most poignant roles in modern literature. Many stars were considered and several were negotiated with. Before at the Behest of Rupert Julian who directed her in a merry go round miss Philbin was decided on. Norman Kerry and Lon Chaney played together in a the Hunchback of notre Dame and1 Are close friends so Kerry a Choice for count Raoul de Cagney in the production was hailed with Joy by the Star. The massing of the leading characters in two famous pictures of last year in the big production of trip to Roff tuesday. Owing to the i clemency of the weather last Friday afternoon the Frisco Ball teams failed to show up but have promised to toe Here Friday of this week. A four Shawnee Rooming houses under padlock Guthrie four Shawnee Rooming houses and a cab station were closed toy padlock injunctions issued by judge John h. Cotteral in Federal court Here Friday. The action came As the result of recent raids of prohibition agents. The places closed were the City Roo a Star rooms Golden state rooms East main rooms and the yellow cab company stand. Personal injunctions were also issued against the proprietors of these places. Temporary restraining orders were also granted against c. C. Willard and Wade Willard managers of the Walcott hotel and several Bell boys enjoining them from violating the prohibition Law. A padlock injunction will be asked when the court determines the permanently of the restraining orders. Mrs. M. E. Chambers and mro. Brashear visited the school Friday. Bernice Jones spent sunday with Berta Jones of Onward. Grace Smith spent the week end with relatives in Ada. The enrolment of our school continues to increase but since the new year is now a few weeks old the moving will be discontinued for at least some months. Or. And mrs. J. E. Chambers of Stonewall visited with his Mother mrs. M. E. Chambers sunday. Vida close spent Friday night with mrs. Eula Kilcrease. Misses Emma and Ethel Driver were shopping in Ada saturday. The people of our Community were highly entertained last saturday night when the play a Deacon i Dubbs was put on by our faculty and student body. Cast Deacon Dubbs Virgil Townsend. Miss Philipena Popover a Flossie Chambers. Amos Coleman or. H. S. Emer Tjo the Universal new season is in line with the policy of Carl Lemmle i son. For big casts in fact literally All trixie Coleman Pearl Dobson Star casts for super productions. Deuteronomy Jones a bet All three of the leads rate As among Leady. The Best known stars of the screen j Jennie Yensena Mabel Miller. Son. Rose Raleigh mrs. H. S. Emer Salesman wanted j this advertisement is not intended for the chronic Job Hunter for we have no room for such a Man in our organization. The Oklahoma City Security sales office of Henry l. Doherty amp company is now in search of an additional Man of real sales ability to represent the company and look after its interests in this territory. We Are particularly interested in securing the services of a Man who is now employed in some other line of Endeavor but who is imbued with the desire to Advance More rapidly in the business and financial world. To such a Man who is Able to furnish the very Best references As to former performance character and integrity and who is Between the age of 25 and 50 we Are prepared to offer a mighty attractive proposition. If interested write or. James a. Ross at the address r Given below. Henry l. Doherty amp company 303 continent Al bldg., Oklahoma City Oklahoma the vote was 4ft to 39 in favor of the Mcdon i girls sunday seating the North Dakota Radical. There is singing at this place sen a Tor Harrold absented himself every sunday night. Everybody from the Senate during the Roll Call come and help sing. Then with the result Knoian. He in Rome of our neighbors lift our i i Rod. Had his name called Ami Community whom we regret to love d to seat the Man. Had or we Welcome the new ones who Are a with his party colleagues. ? coming in. I had expected him to do so t il1 fury Little and family spent president would have voted j Munday with or and mrs. Slan Vot i vol j we i vie i similar my the Radical would Aridge. The have been rejected. T Ruth Little and Mary Shaw at Lould sow the Oklahoma senator ran ged d the movie at Ada thurs claim to his Radical friends in of night. To Mahonia that he saved them once a a More will that vote give him his Brick in lants purchased sour during the Corning process second term in the Senate if so under no circumstances should meat0n w iat ticket Oklahoma City Jan. 16�? toe put in cure while in a Frozen smart Good politics smooth Purchase of several Brick plants in condition. Politician we hear such com Oklahoma by a new company said weigh the meat and for a i i of meats frequently. Maybe so but to represent a capital of $10,000, pounds allow Al it pounds of Sal. To what political organization does too was announced Here today Sprinkle a layer of Salt on Quarter Harrold owe allegiance. Republican of an Inch in depth Over the Bot socialist or non partisan league Tom of the vessel a Stone Jar of wooden barrel which has been Thor j ought a cleaned and scoured it pre i Merable pack the cuts of meat As closely As possible making a layer five or six inches thick then add alternate layers of Salt and meat being careful to cover the top layer j of meat with considerable Salt. Allow the salted meat to stand overnight then add a solution Coni j posed of ingredients in the follow-1 ing proportion for too pounds of i meat use four pounds of sugar two ounces of baking powder and four ounces of Saltpetre dissolved in one j gallon of lukewarm Waters mix thoroughly and pour Over the meat. I then add three Gallons of water keep the meat entirely under the brine by using a Loose Board Cor r it with a weight on it. If any of the meat projects it causes the brine to spoil in a Short time. If the meat has been corned during the Winter and must be kept into the summer season it is advisable to watch the brine closely during the Spring As it is More liable to spoil at that time than at any other season. If the brine appear to toe ropy the pieces of meat should j he removed and vigorously washed with a stiff Brush and hot water then repacked and covered with new brine. The brine should be kept in a Cool place As the sugar in the brine has a tendency to ferment. To cure thoroughly the j meat should he kept in the brine j Twenty eight to forty Days. Meat i removed from the brine should toe j Hung up and allowed to Drain Thor j roughly before wrapping or smoking. A # a Many organization observe anniversary of booze i pissing a i til pr1 new York Jan. 16�?the sixth annl Versari of prohibitions birth Iii j the United states la being observed a today with the Celebration by interested civic organizations and with statements from leading prohibitionists. Praising tile result of the 18th amendment and the volstead act. Tonight the anti Saloon league j will hold a a sudden death a dilator in Honor of a a pussyfoot Johnson whose work As a dry propagandist j throughout the world has Cost him an Eye. He lost it in a scuff in with students in London. Negro must die Oklahoma City. Jan. 16�? Willie a whisk Eye of Neal. Negro. Will die in the electric chair april tile purchaser is the United Clay or ducts company with Headquarters in Kansas City. Held on 11mize charge c. C. Childers of Roff was lodged in the county jail last night on a in for the killing of m. G. Hipshur county charge of Selling and transcript car Motorman. The Date was porting liquor. Childers had not Sot today by District judge Lucien been arraigned saturday for hear Babcock. Of Neal was convicted a ing and was being held in jail for few Days ago. The action of court. Our special this week a 2-quart aluminium Percolator a i Al i % i a i by see Center window Only 7 dozen first come first served Halsey c. Davis furniture of distinction 128-130 East main when new Are in Flower displaying their charms like the first buds of Spring these new products of fashions creations Are Beautiful in their Youthful simplicity fabric and color. Of silk or figured crepes they heighten the feminine note by gracefully floating panels flares and flounces and by Lovely embroideries of intricate design. There Are models in Brilliant or subdued colourings versatile enough to meet every individual need. You Are cordially invited to View our selection. T a 4 4 t t r x x to a i the shopping Cender of Ada Vav Quot

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