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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Ada, Oklahoma The Ada evening news Ada Oklahoma wednesday june 23, 1920. A in Page three Stoot of no is Woodrow Wilson paint and Ink in National museum at Washington tells of grim tragedy. By the associated press Washington june 22. A the Story of the american expeditionary Force is told in pictures on the Walls of the National museum Here in a permanent exhibit just opened to the Public. Drawn from life in paint pen and Ink or pencilled by american artists commissioned and sent to the front for that purpose the collection of nearly 500 studies detailing almost every phase of life in the army overseas is spread Over the Walls of Alf a dozen great Well lighted rooms. It is a Tael of stirring action which they disclose. Among the scenes depicted Are ruined French villages made sacred forever to americans because of american blood freely Given to tear them from German hands. There Are the homely appealing scenes from behind the lines with Happy go Lucky youngsters of Pershing a division in billets mixing among the people of France the very old and the very Young people. Here and there Are grim reminders of the great tragedy in groups of huddled dead in wrecked enemy trenches Over which the tide of Victory has poured. Again half glimpsed through a downpour of rain a trudging Sodden infantry column is moving Onward through a sea of mud As the artists saw it or an endless line of weary gun teams drags Forward the batteries to blast the Road to Triumph. At one Point the artist caught and held for his countrymen the breathless Tensity of a Forest out Post peering through the Leafy screen of his Covert toward the enemy lines his Rifle hugged close with fingers clinched about the trigger at another a slash of Light from a half opened door has painted on the screen of night just a hint at a column tramping on toward Battle just a Young face or two in the line weary dirty but with jaws grim set with purpose. Again it is a Hospital that has gripped the artist imagination a Londonderry War rages by the associated press Londonderry Ireland june 22.�?civil War continued throughout today with one More death bringing the total list to eight some of the streets were being protected by soldiers this afternoon but enough firing was going on to terrify the citizens and keep them in doors resulting in the stopping of practically All business. General suffering is expected if the delivery of food stuff is not resumed soon. Quake severe at los Angeles. By the associated press los Angeles june 22.�?earthquake shocks which started at 6 47 o clock last night and continued at intervals until 5 of clock this morning caused property damage in los Angeles county estimated at one Hundred thousand dollars three fourths of which was in Inglewood ten Miles Southwest of this City. One death resulted indirectly from the Shock and several persons were slightly injured a by falling debris. The latest advices Are that the name of president Wilson will not be presented at the National convention As a candidate for the third term. Checked in Philadelphia. By the associated press Philadelphia june 22. The Railroad strike apparently has been checked in this City although the strike leaders say a big walkout will come on Friday. According to railway officials some of the strikers returned it their posts today and there was a slight improvement of the movement of freight. America s Home shoe polish a Black your Jax a cpx. Oxblood _ Miles mown Best friends Yoc Shinaia softens and preserves the leather a kept her awake the terrible pains a Back and sides. Cardui gave Relief. Marksville. . Alice Johnson of this place writes a for one year i suffered with an awful misery in my Back and sides. My left Side was hurting me All the time. The misery was something awful. I could not do anything not even sleep twisted form writhing from under j at night. It kept me awake most of the the tumbled Blanket with agony in night # j different medicines but every line and Over it the steady a a a. To eyed surgeon or the merciful figure ame any Good or me of an army nurse. I Una 1�� Cardui. In rooms around the picture Dis i was not Able to do any of my work play Are shown All the countless j for one year and i got worse All the time things w Ith which the army and was confined to my bed off and on. I got the Navy dealt in the War the i guns the bombs the uniforms of to bad with my Back that when i stooped ally and enemy alike captured own i n0 a Quot in a straighten up again. I decided i would try Cardui. By time i had taken the entire bottle Jap weapons and German War gear of Many kinds. These form a striking setting for the epic tale the War artists have pictured probably the Only such record Ever assembled for it began with the army and runs on to the department of the homeward transports at the close. Artists who made the pictures All of whom held the rank of Captain in the american expeditionary Force include Wallace Morgan Ernest Peixotto Julius Andre Smith Harry e. Townsend Harvey Dunn Walter j. Duncan All of new York City William j. Aylward Fairport n. Y., and George m. Harding Wynnewood a. I was feeling parity Good and could straighten up and my pains were nearly ill gone. I shall always Praise Cardui. I continued taking it until i was Strong and of you suffer from pains due to female complaints Cardui May be just what you need. Thousands of women who once suffered in this Way now Praise Cardui for their present Good health. Jive it a trial. How for this week Only one Pound can Gold plume Coffee free with each Purchase of a three Pound can of Gold plume Coffee at $1.75. Each 3-Pound can contains a cup and Saucer and in addition to this we Are giving free a fan and Fly swatter. This Coffee is sold on a Money Back guarantee if for any reason you Are not satisfied. Help yourself Croce in 114 East main phone 412 is Yow House fan cooled forget its hot Home is the Best place to keep cools if Home includes an electrician. Put an Emerson fan by your favorite chair set it to blow just where you like it you will have Comfort and Relief from heat at a touch of the switch. Try an Emerson they re different. Ferkal inf cow tits Salye orc half of. Natures wonderful compound contains Aal the valuable he al is pop tit is of Nune Fem Malinc coh Biseo with a suitable Voiht meet base rom local use a treatment Fon Burns cuts. Sores Rino worm Tetter eczema stings and bites of insects piles. Catarrh prickly heat. Chapped hands it l is Ai All irritations of the skin directions Attea Protea Clea is j a. Apply twice a oat Ano protect with a clean ban dam. Write Jerraline Medicine co. Department of Demopolis ala., for a Sample Jar of Salve. Come in or Telephone Ada electric amp Gas co. J think about it very often people Are fortunate enough to buy secondhand articles at a fraction of their real value which serve a better purpose and Are really More suitable for the special use desired than Brand new and expensive articles would be. Indeed there Are Many almost priceless Antiques that have been sold a for a song when their owners were suddenly confronted with the need of ready Cash. Many people too possess things which they would like to Exchange for others. In the news want columns appear Many opportunities to obtain splendid bargains in just those second hand articles which you have Long desired. Many exchanges of household wares Are also effected daily through the news want ads to the great Benefit of both parties concerned. Call no. 4 and ask for the want and taker. A a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a k a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a responsibility every Man is responsible for his own Success or failure. True Success is not a Natter of Accident but is attained Only through perseverance and Earnest Effort. A Bank account regularly added to stimulates self Confidence self respect and self control those qualities that Are essential to All True Success. Political announcements for Congress Fth Rist. Tom d. Mckeown for county offices for representative w. H. Ebey. R. C. Roland. For county judge tal Crawford. Thos. P. Holt. For county assessor Nick heard. For county clerk Jessie Rogers. Joseph Anderson. John Flowers. Rit Erwin. For court clerk Luther Franklin. Jesse m. Bell for county treasurer d. W. Swaffar. For county attorney Wayne Wadlington. Second term for sheriff # Bob Duncan. Barney Selfridge. John Rawls. For county superintendent a. Floyd. Re election county commissioner first District h. Clay Stephens. John Edwards. Second District j. I. Laughlin. 3rd District j. D. Pace. Stonewall for county a weigher John Ward. Second term just three More Days of Reeds Harvest Sale thursday Friday and saturday will conclude this big Sale and if you have failed to attend we Are both losers done to miss these last three Days As we have some values to offer that Are unequal Able elsewhere. Thursday june 24th. At 2 p. M. We will place on Sale galvanized Ware no. 2 tubs a regular $1.75 value at each is. 12 quart buckets a regular 65c value at 43c Friday june 25th. At 2 p. M. We will place on Sale House dresses assorted Gingham and Percale excellent values at $3.95, your Choice-------------------------------$1.98 vases Flower and decorative vases assorted designs values up to 50c, your Choice 29c saturday june 26th. At 2 p. M. The last big Day our Harvest Sale will be closed with the special offering of Cut Glass Mayonnaise bowls Cream Pic heir a vases baskets Sherbert glasses Pickle boats and Cabar ettes. All Large pieces values up to 98c, on Sale at each 25c the enamelware that is scheduled to go on Sale saturday at 2 p. In. Has not arrived but in Case it does same will be placed on Sale just As advertised. Also other items which we advertised for this Sale that were delayed in transit will be placed on Sale some time in the near future. We thank you one and All for the Liberal patronage during our Harvest Sale and especially urge you to be present on Friday and saturday. The Reed stores co. The first National Bank of Ada p. A. Norris president m. D. Timberlake vice pres. J. A. Smith vice pres. C. L. Griffith cashier l. J. Fleming asst. Cashier 113 w. Main phone 1020 a handsome is As handsome does an old adage As True today As in All the yesterdays. No car offers cleaner lines More truly dignified gracefulness or deeper Lustre of finish than does the Cleveland six. But these qualities would be but a surface were it not for what is beneath them. The exclusive Cleveland motor the most highly developed of the powerful Over head Type gives a character of performance in flexibility of Power and Speed and in dependability and endurance that surpasses other Light cars. The sturdiness of its Chassis construction the ease of its control the soft cushioning of its Low under Slung Spring construction the certainty of its brakes a All these qualities add to the Comfort and safety of its performance on any kind of Roadway on the steepest Hills and in crowded traffic. $2395 take a real ride in the Cleveland and you will know what a Good car it is. Touring car five passengers $1485 roadster three Sedan five passengers $2395 Coupe four Pac prices f. Q. B. Chef Cosad Baker Reidt motor co. H. P. Do Vly mgr. Ada Oklahoma Cleveland automobile company Cleveland Ohio

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