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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Ada, Oklahoma The Ada evening news Ada Oklahoma wednesday june 23, 1920. Page five Little attic of dreams. From Moonrise unto Moonset i leave this world behind. And steal into the labyrinth and Chambers of my mind. Long dim corridors i pass through Arches and through rooms by temples and by lonely lakes past gardens and past tombs. By sunny Marble terraces by limed pools of sleep by Glades All full of Bird song or wrapped in silence deep. And up a crumbling a shaped Stair where roses Bloom and fade into a tiny attic room where broken dreams Are Laid. Each night i come up quite silently each night i softly go and kiss each timid Little thought that none will Ever know. I from Moonrise unto Moonset i steal away to find those Little old dead dreams that lie in the attic of my mind. A Vivienne Dayrell. Guest Gibson. Joe guest of this City and miss june Gibson of new Castle Texas we Ere married in Wichita Falls Texas saturday evening june 19th at 9 o clock Rev. J. Lern Keevil pastor of the first Christian Church of Wichita Falls officiating. Or. Guest is one of Ada s leading business men he having an interest in the firm of guest Brothers a dry goods firm. He has Many friends in this City and has the reputation of being very conservative and fair in his business transactions. Miss Gibson is the daughter of or. And mrs. J. C. Gibson of new caste. The Gibson family formerly resided in this City and miss Gibson was in the employ of the guest firm. She was very popular in Lada and was a Leader in the younger crowd. Or. And mrs. Guest left immediately for Galveston Texas where they will spend their honeymoon and will return to this City to make their future Home they will be at Home to their friends at 708 East main Street after their arrival in Ada. Mrs. D. C. Abney and children Are visiting in Brownwood Texas this week. Miss Virginia James Field Secretary for Cottey College of Nevada mo., is visiting the family of or. S. P. Ross. Church news mrs. Pauline Suddeth of Roff who has been the guest of mrs. So wtisr1 few Days get it at Gwin in Mays. Have your photo made at West a. Hats cleaned and mrs. A n. Mays and Nephew John d. Higgins left today for Oklahoma City where they will be the guests of Sam Hooker and family. 6-5-tf t. O. Dandridge made a business trip to Atoka yesterday. Miss Leone Martin of Denver colo., has been visiting g. H. Priest and family and returned to her Home yesterday. Suits cleaned and pressed. Miller Bros. 6-5-tf mrs. A. V. Lee and children of san Angelo Texas have been visiting w. C. Lee and family. They left for fort Worth today where they will visit for a Short time. Mrs. A. Martin and Little grandsons Billy and Richard Carroll Pendleton left today for a visit in Tulsa with mrs. H. A. Scott. Mrs. E. Porter is leaving today for Tulsa where she will be joined by her son z. V. Savage. From there both will go to san Francisco to attend the democratic National convention. Mrs. Porter is 76 years of age and this is her first convention of the kind to attend. Mrs. Roy Hays and Little son Robert left yesterday for Rocky Ford California where they will spend the summer. Mrs. Hays will go to Amarillo Texas from Here where she will be joined by or. Hays and they will make the remainder of the journey across country in a car. Miss mar Trogon priest. Or. Stockton Rugeon and Daisy priest were United in Ridge at Tulsa last sunday at 2 p. In. The couple immediately left for a honeymoon tour from which they have not yet returned. They Are going to Kansas City Chicago and Points in Michigan during the trip. The Bride is the daughter of g. H. Priest and has lived in Ada for ten years or More. She received her education in the Public schools of the City in East Central state Normal and stauffers business College. She is a most admirable Young woman and has Many friends throughout the City. At the time of her marriage she was working in an abstract office in Purcell. A the Groom is manager of the Rugeon lumber company of Purcell. He is prospering in his line and has recently completed a. Nice residence in Purcell where the two will make their Home when they get Back from their trip. Cragin Jennings. At the Home of Rev. B. F. Stegall yesterday evening about 8 of clock or. J. B. Cragin and miss Millie Jennings were United in Matrimony. The Bride has lived in Ada for a number of years. She has been employed by the Ada electric in Gas company and the Waples Platter grocery company. She is working at the last named place at the present time. She has been connected with the methodist Church Here and her Many friends Here wish for her much happiness. The Groom is an industrious Young Man and has been in the employ of the local ice Plant for several rears. The Young couple will continue to make Ada their Home. Every red blooded american boy wants to be a boy scout. Or. Ella d. Coltrane osteopathic physician. Phone 1002. 5-1-tf. Condron cleaning and dyeing co., successors to Nagle the tailor cleaning dyeing altering and repairing. Ladies and gents hats cleaned and re blocked. Fancy cleaning a specially. All work done with neatness and dispatch. Phone Payen meeting at Christian Church 26. 6-23-6 to it is hoped that Many will be at i the prayer meeting conducted at r. E. Brothers left today for j the Christian Church this evening. Fitzhugh where he will look arter1 the fifteenth chapter of romans the interests of the methodist de will be studied. Nomination. Or. Brothers is Metho dist missionary for Pontotoc county i first Baptist prayer meeting. Tonight at first Baptist Church w. J. Sloan and wife arrived will be held. The regular mid week monday from Conway ark., where prayer meeting. The ordinance of they have been visiting for the past five months. Or. Sloan says Arkansas is All right but likes Oklahoma pastor better especially our own Pontotoc county. Baptism will be administered at the close of the service. C. C. Morris get in the Lions club Parade at five p. M., in front of the City Hall. J. A. Smith of the first National Bank of this City made a business trip to Salawka today. W. N. Hughes left yesterday for a business trip to Holdenville and Wetumka. Yandell lain of Holdenville was a business visitor in the City yesterday. Or. J. Beets leaves today for Chicago to attend the american National osteopathic convention which is in session in. That City. He will also do some postgraduate work while there and expects to be absent from this City for two weeks. The Baptist Young Peoples Union will leave Friday afternoon for Jack Fork where they will take supper. All members of the Baptist Church Are invited to go along and be sure to bring a Basket full of the it is requested that j to All people who have cars to bring some one with you. Prof. Sears to preach sunday night prof. R. G. Sears of the Normal faculty will preach at the Christian Church sunday evening. He will preach on the jewish Tabernacle. One of the most interesting and profitable of Bible themes. Professor Sears is an expert on this subject and every one should Avail himself of this Opportunity. Home for Lye last eighteen years and that he has a splendid preparation for his future Wrork is Only to be seen by his past record that he has made in Eastern and Western universities. Guy completed the Ada High school and entered the Oklahoma University taking his degree this year. For the past school term he has attended the Law department of the Columbia University of new York City. He is a member of the leading fraternities of these schools. Earnest c. Crabtree son of or. And mrs. Crabtree of Stonewall has grown to Young manhood Quot in Pontotoc county and win be remembered by Many As a popular student of East Central state Normal. Earnest too late to classify wanted stenographer and bookkeeper. One who understands fire insurance. J. E. Dugger Allen Oklahoma. 6-23-3tdl for rent one furnished bed room. 112 e. 14th. 6-22-2td� for Sale at a bargain modern 6-room House in 2 blocks of Normal with Good out buildings. Attended William Jewell College be-1 Chile 698 6-23-4td fore taking Law at Oklahoma University and the University of Chicago. He is a member of several fraternities at these schools. Both Young men have recently been admitted to the bar and have opened their offices in Okmulgee with the idea of making Good and upholding the a reputation of other Ada boys who have grown up and go Forth into the business world. Their Many friends Are unanimous in their wishes for Success and pros for rent furnish rooms for Light housekeeping. 231 e. 14th phone 972. 6-23-tf for Sale a Nice six room modern House 416 e. 9th. 6-23-3td hard times and r. Roddie took the Frisco to Holdenville where he attend to Legal business. Quot ii. Of boys to be Iii Parade All the a al. Of boys Are requested to meet tomorrow evening purity for this new Law firm. At the Christian Church at 4 30 a of clock to take part in the Parade rate rats rate be pulled off it five of clock of. In the interest of the boy scout Are one e sex movement. This includes both the pensive luxuries this county is juniors and seniors. It is hoped maintaining As shown parents Here stating that he had join hi6 this Parade a c a a Dunn furnished by same Why not shop the greatest number of rat a if i it a i in new York City. Ac-1 Leader. A. Put on a a rat drive Quot and Dis scalps of rats caught during the Cecil Riddle sent and then howl starvation. A lets put on a rat Campaign a what do you say if every Baul Ness Man in Pontotoc county would offer a Liberal Reward for the great est number of rats caught in the month of july every Farmer boy we Ould break his neck to be the Winner. To Start the thing i will give$2.50 by figures Looy w to w bring to my arrived cording to his Telegram he will be Pense with the luxury this is messes a ii Brev Aptt a Irrer there until june 26th during this t sue Hal mar Mem Lukin can a sign season. Then Why a rat Quot Artin tt.1,1j a time he will be visited by his Bro or.�?~. _ a a around or spend valuable time upon Francis. R. E. Haynes left yesterday for Wilburton okla., where he will visit for a few Days with his daughter mrs. Carlton Weaver. A isl. 7�?o Altheh away of politics until All Martin and Earle Fentem a Are on tu.,_ Virgie. A. S j business today in the City of in Harvard Courgi. Latertvlet-1 1 20 a a it a production has been y ter was received by the parents Lav. ,5 of seun devoured by these luxurious pests ii telling that Virgil Riddle is now in new York Riff Day evening july la. The first of i these sermons will Tell about the to. I writing of the Bible who wrote it Henry Teel of the Jack Fork when it was written How the differ com Mummy was in the news of Jent books came to be put together mrs. C. 3. Anderson 423 e. 13th. Face Toda it a and exhibited a Cotton j and Many other interesting ques phone 968. Official collector for i t was damaged by the j Lions. The second Sermon will Deal Pontotoc county medical associa-1 Ai ast thursday. The Bloom with the question As to How the tion. 6-1-tf j was Black where the Hail had struck Bible As a Book has come Down to the struggle it has had to to i month of july 1920.�? j. A Crane. Done to throw away your clean Cotton rags. The Ada news will pay of 5 cents a Pound for them delivered at the office. Anteri Cun. Today at the american William Fox presents an All Star cast in a the she a thrilling drama of the mexican Border. Every scene packed with sensation. Raid on an american town pictured with startling realism. Also showing Fox news no. 54. A Good picture and Fine music. Liberty. Today the Liberty presents the Roquemore musical comedy in an entire change of program. On the screen Mary Pickford in a the Little its a Paramount Hartcraft and a Mary Pickford special feature with featured music. The Best Bill we have presented for some time. $100,000 to loan on Good farms. While most All other companies Are out of Money we still have plenty to loan. See us at once for there is absolutely no delay. Cowling amp Carpenter phone 502. Ada okla. 6-23-tf of a re May i mrs. T. H. Granger left today for a Short visit to Roff. Glen Gardner of Tecumseh visiting friends in thl3 City. Is John Cox of Roff was Tho guest of friends in this City yesterday. The Little son of or. And mrs. S. P. Sugg is reported quite ill. Byron Cox left yesterday for a visit with friends in Salt Lake City Utah. Or. R. F. King of Roff is in the City for a few Days visit with friends. Miss Ruth Bolen returned yesterday from Roff where she has been visiting her aunt mrs. R. F. King. Mrs. Homer Phelps left this afternoon for Ravia to visit with her Mother. Judge c. A. Galbraith and wife left today for a Short visit in Oklahoma City. Mrs. T. H. Wyatt of 800 East 8th Street has As her guests her sister mrs. W. H. Henry and her Mother mrs. T. C. Rambo both of Chattanooga Tennessee. They will be in Ada for a month or More. Billy sunday leaves with a big collection Oklahoma City june 23.�? in the cold Gray drizzle of Early monday morning Billy sunday and a a May boarded a Santa be train for the first leg of their Long trip. Symbolizing the Good wishes of those they left behind there went with them a Cashiers Check for $20,422, representing sundays personal share in the collections at the Tabernacle. Most of the sum was collected during the three sermons sunday when 50,000 persons Are estimated to have gathered within the sound of his voice. Quite a gathering of Loyal friends and the sunday party were present to Tell the sundays a final goodbye. A Iii see All this Bunch again a shouted Billy swinging out on the car step in a characteristic pose one foot High and one Arm outstretched. He swung inside and the greatest religious experience that Ever came to Oklahoma City was at an end. Same old Pep. Despite seven weeks of the most strenuous preaching he Ever attempted by his own admission 4nd despite less than five hours sleep after the most strenuous Day in All the seven weeks he left Oklahoma City with the same enthusiasm and fire that he brought Here. That he still has the same old Pep was shown by his determination to Stop off at Ponca City at 7 30 to make a Brief breakfast talk there. He was to catch the later morning train from there Oil. Other members of the sunday party were leaving throughout the Day. The Check was presented to sunday at the end of the final Sermon by de s. Vaught finance chairman. Over $7,000 was Given at the morning service. $2,000 in the afternoon and $4,000 at the last meeting. Over $6,000 had been donated previously. Destruction of the Tabernacle was to begin As soon As the weather permitted. And or. Teel stated that practice or. Crews Paul of fort Worth ally every Farmer in that Section has been visiting his Grandfather i As a eced by the storm. He has g. H. Priest and returned to his acres none Patch that was Home yesterday. I almost ruined but has several acres in other blocks that did not receive much injury. It seems that this particular storm travelled in various paths and did damage to All crops in its course. Or. Teel stated that the crop conditions in that neighbourhood were very Good Sherwood Hill Charley Rives L. Chambers and or. And mrs. C. A a Wilson returned last night from Oklahoma City. Or. Wilenzick proprietor of the Globe left today tor a business trip to red Oak where he is connected with a Large department store. Is to Day Liberty t0-dv come the Peoples Book How the King James version came to be written and the Story of the american revision. The pubic is Cor daily invited to hear these sermons. Cotton report two Ada Young men establish Law firm in Okmulgee line Ade Henry Roquemore a musical comedy co. Offering entirely new Bills and a change of program daily. Crabtree in Woodward has made its appearance of recent Date in of ,�,i Melgee. Both parties of this new boys. \ of Are invited to join Enterprise Are Well know Ada boys the a Ade tomorrow thursday who after years of hard preparation afternoon at five p m., if you As furnished by Ada Cotton sex have made their debut in a Busi boy scout. Come i change Ness association. Guy h. Woodward son of or. New Orleans Cotton. And mrs. L. H. Woodward of this new Orleans june 23.�?Cotton City a Well known and Well thought want to be a out and join the my office will be closed for the next two weeks. I am leaving to a it for Chicago to do Post Grad Points net lower Riate work and attend the american osteopathic convention. Or. J. Beets. 6-23-Ltd closed barely steady one to three of Young Man has made Ada his i on the screen Mary Pickford a in a the Little Princess ifs a Paramount Hartcraft ifs a Mary Pickford special ifs featured with music ifs at the Liberty today and thursday coming Friday we. S. Hart 1�?i�?iv in i in Yyi in in in a a in in in in in in i 1 boys after the Parade tomorrow afternoon National scout master Maclain Wilson will talk to you on a a scouting. Done to miss this talk. Or. Wilson is one of the biggest scouts in the United states and you will want to hear him. -. 2c net higher. Closing quotations Barney Selfridge left today for were july 1.80% to 1.81 sept., a business trip to Roff. I 1.70% to 1.1. Open High Low close july 36.40 36.73 36.22 36.22 oct. 33.85 34.08 33.50 33.50 dec. 32.70 32.98 32.45 32.45 new York Cotton. I open High Low close july 36.53 36.62 36.10 36.22 oct. 33.80 34.12 33.59 33.62 dec. 32.70 33.06 32.49 32.58, Chicago Corn. Chicago june 23. A Corn closed big special in men s High Grade oxfords $100,000 to loan on Good farms. While most All other companies Are out of Money we still have plenty to loan. See us at once for there is absolutely no amp Carpenter phone 502, Ada okla. 6-23-tf notice a. O. U. W. All members Are requested to be present at the regular meeting on thursday night. Business of import . C. Lee financier. 6-23-lt a i i i i we Are for the boys. Lets push the scout movement. Save now spend later there a a lot in How we arrange the ups and Downs of life. Keeping savings up acid holding expenses Down is the common sense Rule for everyone who expects to make definite Progress. Those who save now while spending brings such unprofitable returns will have the satisfaction of spending later on when dollars buy More. It takes so Little to Start an account with us and the benefits Are so numerous a that the desirability for prompt action is obvious. Get one of our pocket savings Banks. Deposits guaranteed. Oklahoma state Bank deposits guaranteed c. H. Rives president h. P. Reich vice pres. Joe Stafford vice pres. L. A. Ellison cashier. H. J. Huddleston asst. Cash. Main and Townsend Ada Oklahoma Affa Russia calf Havana Brown Black kid and Kangaroo a All sizes newest last. Choice any Oxford in the Torrey line line values up to $15 at__________$10.00 menus oxfords Black and Brown calf Godson line All sizes special Price of_____________________$4.95 Nettleton High Grade oxfords All leathers newest last Choice entire lines at 20 per cent discount. Ladies pumps and oxfords at sacrifice prices. Big line of pumps and oxfords French and Low heels Black and Brown kid extra special at--------------------------$4.45 to $5.95 big lot ladies High class pumps and oxfords such As Utz and Dunn Queen Quality Krippendorf Dittman values up to $13.85, your Choice $10.00 included in this Sale Are the new Wing tipped Brown kid walking oxfords the latest thing on the Market at $10.00 children a pumps and oxfords at 20 per cent discount for the week end Sale. Department store phone to s. Of. Shaw prop. Established in 190s Ada of la

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