Ada Evening News Newspaper Archives Jun 23 1920, Page 2

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Ada, Oklahoma Page two the Ada evening news Ada Oklahoma wednesday june 23, 1920. La Follette thought Likely nominee of Thibo party to be for of july to Cashion. Miss Irene Cashman has been appointed cashier of the first National Bank Here. Anadarko. The fourth of july will be celebrated Here in old time style monday july 5th. Wynnewood. This City is behind a Campaign for the erection of a Community building. Ponca City. Angus Williams 43, a Garmer near Here was struck and instantly killed by lightning while at work in a Field. Kingfisher. A Ford car was cranking Back fired Ann broke h. L. Duggans Arni and Tore Loose the ligaments from his shoulder. Ardmore. The first of series of three chess games Between local experts and devotees from held ton will be staged Here tuesday night june 22. Cherokee. H. Mcclenny a Harvest hand willingly loaned his Ford ear to Omer Gossett fellow har Vest hand. Gossett Hasni to returned yet. Neither has the Ford. Oklahoma City. Governor Robertson has issued a proclamation urging oklahoman to observe a sane fourth minus the old fashioned explosives that usually result in casualties. Okmulgee. Kansas and Oklahoma Lions met Here Friday. The Lions were not of the four footed Jungle variety but members of the organization known As the Lions. Okemah. Fifty persons who came Here tuesday were unable to find rooms for the night. Every hotel and Rooming House in town were filled to capacity. Crossing where the car had stalled. The occupants jumped and escaped injury. A few Days ago a train hit an automobile on a crossing Here and killed one of the occupants. Sapulpa. Big hearted Railroad men Here believe in helping out an unfortunate fellow worker. When Grant Meyers railway employee lost an Arm and a leg in an Accident recently fifteen railway men went to his Home Mew led the Lawn and cleaned up the House and the premises and Are keeping them in shape until Myers is Able to work again. Centers around Jaunita Leader off a band of mexican bandits who have been looting american Border towns and attempting to overthrow the government of Mexico j crossing the Border Juanita with one of her band is secretly on her1 Way to California to buy munitions from William Nelson in violation of the United states embargo Law. She meets Captain i Boyce of the United states regulars i who is engaged to Clare Nelson. W Hen she learns that Boyce was j responsible for the execution of her brother As a Bandit spy she forces Clare to break her engagement with the Captain. Juanita a hate soon turns to love but after one of the Many exciting episodes. Alan Hale Frances Burnham. De the cast includes Greta Hartman win Cecil and Willard Louis. The Captain spans her she has him a a accused of the murder of a woman. J he is convicted and sent to prison. How Boyce is finally exonerated of the charge and goes to the Rescue of Clare after she had been taken prisoner by Juanita a bandits furnishes a thrilling Climax to the production. A raid on a Border town by mexican bandits provides % it c a hooey Bact it about of Lintt sow fail la do treatment of itch eczema ringworm. Tett my its amp Mays Krug of. A the she Tiger due at americas theater a the she Tiger a a stirring tale of love and intrigue along the mexican Border is coming to the american theater next wednesday. It will be presented with an All Star cast by William Fox. The Story of a the she Tiger headache by bad for health % 1 a amp a gasses air Cap Udine or Oose Aho in bottles Lof Sci amp to. Above Allan Mccurdy left and senator la Follette. Below Amos Pinchot. Amos Pinchot and his associates in the a committee of 48�?� have issued a Call for a convention to form a third party in Chicago july to. Senator la Follette of Wisconsin has been mentioned As the new party a Likely nominee for president. A prominent figure in the movement is Allan Mccurdy executive Secretary of the a committee of 48.�?� caught fire while in a train three Miles from town. The Crew Cut out the car and ran to Thomas where it was placed on a Side track to finish burning. Of one Eye As the result of being flicked by a Colt which he was driving into his fathers barn. The Colts Hoof struck the boys Eye injuring it so that it was removed by physicians. Oklahoma City. Lightening struck a Street car Here during a severe electrical storm. No one was Hurt by the Bolt and the fire department extinguished the resultant Blaze. Sapulpa. Marriage License issued for far for this year in Creek county number 407. License have been issued to mexicans syrians j chinamen an italian two full blooded indians and an English Man from London besides any num j Ber of Ordinary americans. Oklahoma City. The keeper of the Pound Here was saddened by the thought of having to kill six dogs he had picked up. The dogs he said appeared to be very intelligent and he offered them for Sale for a Dollar a head. Weatherford. Experts Here believe a producing Oil Sand has been found a mile North of this place. Samples of Sand struck at i 700 feet in drilling the Well Are said to indicate the presence of Oil in paying quantities. Tulsa. Walden h. Cohn negro would be a Choice bit for Octavus Roy Cohen s negro stories. Cohn has been arraigned for sending through the mails a Book entitled a keys to kingdom come a wherein the Reader is told How to gain immediate Power Over All persons insure great riches and make Safe the hereafter. Kingfisher. Leo Mcleod and miss Esther Hill were held up by two Young highwaymen Here while on their Way Home. Mcleod thou to the two were a Josh Inge when they told him to stick up his hands. A quit your kidding he said. But he reached for the air when he looked into a Large revolver. Thomas. A car Load of Furni Ture was destroyed by fire in the j railroads Yards Here. The car Kingfisher. The second aut Mangum. The eight year old it Mobile Accident in two weeks of son of or. And mrs. A. R. Pierson j curved Here when a passenger train of near Hester suffered the loss struck an automobile on a Grade Are you a working Man if so we Are talking to you menus work shirts from___________$1.00 to $1.75 menus overalls Khaki Blue and striped Denim Are priced from________________________$1.95 to $3.50 menus jumpers Stripe or Blue Denim $1.50 to $3.50 menus uni Nalls Khaki Blue Denim $4.95 to $5.95 menus Wash pants a Good kind______________$2.00 menus work shoes some honest values $3.45 to $8.00 menus work gloves Cotton and leather 19c to $3.00 we handle Only Standard grades of merchandise that must Wear and give satisfaction. Mosery a department store. A do a Good deed daily is a boy scout motto and a Good one for us All to follow / we Are endeavouring to do you a Good turn each Day by offering exceptional values at sub Normal prices. Our Good turn today is to offer f in White Black and Cordovan pure thread Silks at the special Price $2.95 keep in mind the boy scouts and boost the Good turn daily. He the lion s club of Ada has undertaken to put the boy scout movement Leeover the top 99 the Lions club is an organization composed of a number of the business and professional men of Ada. Their unselfish purpose is a to members in the closest Bonds of Good Fellowship to encourage Active participation in All things that have to do with commercial and civic betterment to uphold the principles of Good government to assist in every Way possible in furthering the interests of its members and in bringing about a better understanding among men to teach that organization co operation and reciprocity Are better than rivalry strife and destructive Competition. J the Lions club asks every citizen of Ada to join with them in making a Success of the boy scout movement. Invest in future Good citizenship. Membership of Ada Lions club Marvin Brown f. E. Bowman Ore Busby t. B. Blake. Or. C. E. Cunning. M. R. Chilcutt Fleet Cooper p. S. Case c. R. Drummond Jos. I. Davis c. E. Dunham b. H. Epperson l. A. Ellison Harmon Ebey f. L. Finley de Gwin j. M. Gordon Rev. O. A. Hardee a. O. Green w. E. Harvey j. E. Hickman i. M. King or. M. L. Lewis w. G. Moser Arthur Marshall m. O. Mathews h. F. Mathis j. P. Mckinley f. J. Mcfarland p. A. Norris Chaa. L. Orr j. H. Patton c. H. Rives Rev. O. A. Duncan j. A. Smith s. M. Shaw r. W. Simpson h. P. Sugg Sam Schienberg Bart Smith Rev. C. R. Taylor Robt. Wimbish we. L. Whitaker m. C. Wilson Walter n. Wray Newton Walker Rev. C. V. Dunn Rev. C. C. Morris Rev. S. B. Dameron

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