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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - November 24, 1920, Ada, Oklahoma A special arranged program for thanksgiving Day von Stroheim master attraction a the devils ?.y�?�-Mysterions Smith and mme. Olga vaudeville Mcswain a progressive paper in a progressive City the Ada evening news service to the Public our Paramount aim vol. Xvii. Number 213ada, Oklahoma. Wednesday november 24, 1920 five cents the copy to Isi Hai aloes my president elect May Stop French Delegate believes at Vera Cruz on military Force May i it return. I be needed. By the associated pre j a the associated i re it Christobal canal zone. Nov. Geneva. Nov. 24. Project. Tor 24 senator Warren g. Harding. An International staff proposed by United states president elect. Gave Leon Bourgeois if France at Hie up Golf and motoring this morning Versailles conference and rejected to make a personal study of the there were reviewed lure yesterday practical working of the Panama i in a prolonged discussion regarding canal he planned d to leave Here at the reduction of armaments. K 39 on a government mine Steamer m. Bourgeois first of All declared and looks Forward to a lick Urdy that the carrying out of the ver journey through the waterway. His sallies treaty must be assure be trip was More than a sight seeing Fote disarmament was possible in expedition close inspection of the declared that in order to make that problems of the canal maintenance treaty effective some military or and management will be made. In animation such As he had pro during the debate in Congress i posed at the peace conference was relative to the canal the problem required. Of tolls for american ships received details of this discuss on made his particular attention. His roue known last night indicated that the conviction for free passage for j sentiment prevailed in the committee american ships having been Exon disarmament that it is Ito pos i thanks Orff sible to secure at present a general scrapping of War material. On the hand Signor Schanzer an the partied Quot him in the trip and tonight j danger to the league in the distil Kama to to at a dinner at the appointment of the masses if Noth pressed Many Pines both in Congress and in his speech during the last Campaign. Colonel Chester Harding j other governor of the canal zone Mccoin j italian member pointed out will he his Host at a dinner at Pacific terminal of the canal. The dinner will be followed by a Public reception Aud the party will remain on the Pacific coast until Friday. Harding will attend a dinner Given by president Porras of Panama at the Palace thursday nigh. When he arrived Here yesterday or. Hardin found a program of entertainment for him which would have Given him Little time tor recreation. Officials of the canal zone and the Republic of Tanana submitted plans for a series of functions in his Honor and the president elect indicated he would accept As Many invitations As practicable. Appointment ing should be done. By the Assoc a re prob Geneva nov. 24.�?action in conformity with the Resolution for armenian intervention recently filled by the Assembly of tin league of nations was taken today by the Council of the league. Constantinople nov. 2 4. It is re to of of from a turkish for that Erivan Capitol of Armenia has Bein entered by the turkish nationalist forces of Mustapha Kemal Pasha. Ince the establishment of tins paper nearly Twenty years ago it has been the custom to suspend the Issue on thanksgiving Day. In keeping with that custom the office will be closed tomorrow and Tho working Force will be permitted to join the rest of the inhabitants of the City in a Day of res and thanksgiving. This year of our lord 1920 finds us face to face with Many problems which we did not face a year ago. It finds us facing problems that human strength alone cannot grapple with. For that reason if for other it behoves us one and All to Stop tile machinery of business Long enough to give thanks for that which we have and petition the supreme ruler of the universe for strength and Wisdom sufficient to meet those problems in the clays and months to come. Behind each and every Cloud there lurks a Silver lining and the news believes that Ere Long the Cloud of depression that has Hung menacingly Over this Community for some weeks will he dispelled like the mists before the rising Sun and that All will be Well with those who deserve the blessings of a just and righteous god. At this As in All times past humanity is imprisoned in r Cage of its own making and from which it is unable to extricate itself without the Aid of divine Power. Let us rest from the struggle on the Morrow and spend at least a part of the Day in prayer and supplication for that Power and Wisdom and at the same time give thanks for the Many blessings which veal ready enjoy. Millionaire politician will truants and labourers seek recover is report of physicians. More profitable work in the towns. I by the associated tres. Colton or ilk. 111 unpacked in la Ardmore nov. 2 4. After a Fields and tenants and Linn labourers night of natural rest for the first going to tin cities of tin nil held i time sleeping without the adminis Jio seek More productive work. I it i traction of opiates since he was j reported in la alleged by his business manager tin x7q Frank l. Ketch to have been wounded by Iii a accidental discharge of a pistol Jake l. Damon Republican National committeeman Early today was a on the Road to recovery and completely out of danger a according to a bulletin Issue d by ins physicians. Or. Hamon passed the crisis shortly before Midnight last night said the bulletin. A his physician stated that Hanson was in i. Judgment without danger of a re lapse and i ree from infection which the delicate condition of his liver. Scraped by tin Bullet which lodged in his Hack had made possible and which was feared. Since Hathon has passed the critical stage Iii his recovery it May he said that his condition was much More serious than was first announced and that for yesterday Bis physicians were grave in concerned regarding his cor.di-1 t Ion. Ltd Hester is taken to Hospital for tre atm i it by the a Cor in re for a Kansas City nov. 22. In to Stop at very Cruz Mexico City. Nov. 24.�?president-elect Harding will Stop at Vera Cruz Enro Ute to the United states i from Tanana unless in Ore Een Chester charged with . Cum stances prevent said a statement in connection with the killing of issued Ai the mexican foreign of Mia a Florence Barton Kansas City flee last night. I society girl was removed from to i hem Gisi Mickie says the statement added that assurances have Boon Given that senator. To. Tod v for Albert fall of x w Mexico probably. Would arrive Here next monday to attend the inauguration cd general Alvaro Obregon As president word he been received Here vex Cut num my vim veep of Fcook Motu Sokat Cut is &s.v4 Cueva and pan awes Vox Quot a foes Sams be Akrc Appold Ama a we of Pofi quog i i become Ellis Flom society girl was re Movee Nom pm of worn acne ii \ i Quot a Kadi lice Headquarters to the Gen Tai i the to hereabouts of Bonnie Chap Ute Kcf of Mexico. A the papers pay the will resign from the corporation commission because of ill health. it have been nearer right to have sat a for the Good Cit his health Shawnee news. Examination to determine the extent of injury a sustained when he twice attempted suicide in the pail at broken Bow neb. A,., miners May die As result of Gas explosion for Ford employees Detroit. Mich. Hov. 24 Bonus checks aggregating More than seven million dollars for employees of the Ford motor company ar1 now being written and their distribution will Start january 1st next according to a statement this morning by Edsel ii. Ford president of the company. Or. Ford also announced a forthcoming extra Throe per cent for the six months tiding december Mist on Ford investment certificates held by employees of the company. This to said is in addition to the guaranteed six per cent. He added thai eight per Cut had been paid july 31st Laid making a total of it per cent paid on the certificates for 1920. By the Awoki Airt pre Birmingham. Nov. 24. Three of the six men injured when in were killed in a Gas explosion in the railway fuel company a Coal mine at Parrish ate report d in a i serious condition today. I general manager w. E. It Eake of the company gave out a statement that the Accident was caused by an open Light in the hands of a Miner being carried past the Dang or Board into a Gas pocket. A Wilson to spend quiet thanksgiving Washington nov. 24. President Wilson will spend a quiet thanksgiving Day and will not leave the White House except for his customary drive in the afternoon. Mrs. Wilson will attend regular prices at . John�?T.-, episcopal Church tomorrow morning and in Ute evening the president aaa i irs. Wilson will have a few relatives in tor dinner at which Turkey will he served. Man. Llada girl who disappeared from her Home ii re sunday morning. She Vas last seen at the a it station where she boarded a South ism to ii in in company with Ruth it it j 7f it is believed that she went to Rexius Horn hire. Miss a Estes is employed it a fort Worth i Telephone Exchange. He parents in in Ada. Bonnie Chapman is i Neca of it ter of or. Ani mrs. J. In Chapman of 222 lieu the Mississippi she left i Home sunday morning to go to i sundae school at the Baptist Church. I she did not go to tile Church however and is believed to have me a Man at Atoka and the three went to Tefta. Is Arch l As been instituted throughout Texas for the Chapman girl and Ber parents i a Rew Ard tor have offered her detention. Just when we think we can make i both ends meet somebody moves i the ends �?4--- \ Missouri woman who sold her i husband for $8.00 is accused of by Jug a profiteer. Search for woman. Temporarily abandoning the c Orch in adjoining states of Clara Smith wanted in connection with j the wounding of Jake Ham on la sunday night an intensive program i looking toward the thorough scouring of Carter and adjoining counties in an Effort to locate the woman was instituted from the office of the county attorney Russell la Brown today. According to reports to the county attorney from which or. Brown said he was Lead to believe that i miss Smith had not departed for California As was first announced but possibly May be in seclusion in j this Vicinity Tho sheriff office i was advised to use every available Means to bring the charged woman i to Justice. More than j ple nature or authority of tin would not in made Public what information was obtained this is elks Day in Ada. The Bills Are initiating a class of Otto Hundred candidates into the it port my Stet ies of Ell i in Aud Snow a miss of Yukii Mim a a it bet that its a hot time they Are Oklahoma but if was Miff having up there in Tho Lodge Rooma nth r. Brown said to v variant where the victims Are being Aken thorough search of this part of the j ,5 ,.-. State with a possible Chance of Pili Roo cd if 8�ven Quot tag by al f a to rough Jet Hending the woman. The torture gang has been Tram j _ a a ing hard for weeks and not a sin ii. It prpslfhf><3 Gle detail has been overlooked in j it make thing Knirr Chimp for the can timely Sermon at i these big noise s.,n.,i off with a the Christian Church Parade at 3 this afternoon. Honest Bill a show cage1 and apparatus tin revival meeting at the first Quot ame in Handy. Right Atter the a Christian Church is moving Forward tade the candidates were led into last night was one of the Best a he Hambur of mysteries to been services of the series. The weather lightened and the work of Elight j was an impassioned Appeal to Moi Eiting then is still going on. Evangelist warmed things up on j Tho inside. Ask to lose saloons. To of Sermon on a soul Chicago nov. 2 4 attorn vv.,an impassioned Appeal to men a i i i Ioc weekly crop Bulle i is nod sat inlay by John a. We i t Din i is president of the stale Board al agriculture. Tire bulletin for Low a the last Cotton report of Bales ginned prior to november i indicates 12 per can of the estimated i production ginned which is the in for this time during the bist twelve Veals. Last year 36.7 it or cent of the crop was ginned before november i whereas last year hi1 crop was picked much nior1 a lose in i bail in Normal seasons the indications Are that this year a Large proportion will be allowed to remain in the Fields pickers Are coming in and in Many instances attle have been turned into the held after Tim conclusion of the irs Piel in j. A some gins Bane reduced the Price of ginning from 4 0 cents to 30 a few hours a Ems for to pounds. \ part of in lint still grades middling but he bulk is Down to strict Low and wily strict Low. The Low Price and he Binh Cost of Pickin is having a effect and one developed m Art ing from this is the rec ignition Anion Cotton farce is that lie should team Only As much As they can Cairn for Aion a or with the help f their families. A cold. Cloudy Wen the r of the car a part of the it a changed to rising ten Luna to res and Clear skies luring the second half and Harv operations took in Rem wed acuity silos of which there Are some i too in the state Are being filled Vith Corn or Kafir or ratio. Wheat Barley and Rye have made excellent Row the and afford abundant Pas ure. The labor motion has improved in Little the cold Vealie r a amp Criag ii difficult to keep pickers reel moving bark to the towns ales a numerous fat a its Are a scour m1 and Are a l ing a Clinge the Oil to ids cd on Public works. Corn now Cornin in from the i ids is not of the High Quality As hat gather d before the Rains Many ars being bully rotted. Kafir Milo. It Evita Arni other Arain sorghum re iming head d and threshed. I production is ill Short of by it was a this lim1 lad year lit to the slow a revery of the cd. It from the to a rib punishment by the grab Quot Fly. The hog chaired Lepai intent coot lines to re Civ a Nany requests for vaccination per nits and urges that hog raisers a Vail themselves of its help in tamping out the As the Quot looks More pass More we a Ait display at Normal. The Art department of the nor i Mal announces that a rare Colic j i Ion of masterpieces will be excl i cited tomorrow in the main Ball Between the hours of 2 30 and i i the collection comprises Hoium of 11he Best work of Well known Painter. Tea will be served the Visi i tors by the Art department and the i display will be uniter the sup Xvi i Ion of miss Ida Hoover the Art Ltd it Ltd it a i instructor. A cordial invitation is extended to the general Public in View the Beautiful works Jit aft and at the same time enjoy a cup prep we a wwi1 l a maw tonight and thursday fair. War Mer thursday. Not e elks la be general Brundage filed 72 Bills 1 j Andrj won to put their lives injunctions again t Saloon and cab j their prayers and their Money into Aret owners in tin i site j states divine Enterprise and Sublime District court today a King that the ministry of laying their hands on places named be closed As pub pc Peop not a wayward and sinful life nuisances under the prohibition Art. J ai1 Lead uni. Junio Nee and useful the defendants Wert ordered to in Price of Christ. To speaker declared that Many people would gladly help a Man Fin in the dancer of physical injury and death but Are indifferent to one moral and spiritual undoing. Danger and death which is infinitely worse. When Moody began bus wonderful career As a life rescuer it was a steady Job Appeal before Federal judge Landis desirable. I this afternoon. 2,590 Bules of Sohm Ost la big fire eur associate pres k Rock. Ark., nov. 24 a fire of unknown origin Early today destroyed the Quot Columbia Cotton porn press company Plant and Twenty five Hundred Bales of Cotton at Magnolia ark., according to telegraphic advices received by the Arkansas actuarial Oil Nan. The loss was estimated at $276,000, most of the Cotton Ireton cd to buyers and was fully insured. \ warehouse nearby housing 4 00,000 halos of Cotton was saved. Lwy a Brumis Baylis life Lfeo mss a every Elk and candidate is wanted Ai th1 elks club at 4 30 this afternoon. All will tat at the club at 6 of clock after which will Start the initiations san. Schienberg l r. Y too too ch>00 Chukr <hkkkhx>0oooo we thank you of Tea informally. Irish blot Fok wholesale killing the Ada news him just installed a duplex inserting press at a Wist of $10,000. Tile news is in big Eglit Page seven column newspaper and is a credit to any town. The citizens of Ada give their rapport to this a Jan rather than Divide it up among several Small journal tp0o0a00<kho000000 London nov. 23. Sir Hilmar Greenwood chief Secretary for or land declared in the Lions of com Mons today that plans of a paid assassinations discovered recently included the destruction of life and property in England As Well As in Ireland. A violent scene occurred in the commons it his afternoon during the period of questions regarding the situation in Ireland. Joseph Devlin nationalist and a Union member came to blows. The sitting was suspended. Prohibition seems to be sneak Ilia upon Scotland. The initial attack should consist of raising the Price and the rest will be comparatively easy. A i have come to bring it Hack. I wont have any use for it now. She his Oice choked. For a moment he was overcome v re emotion and could say More. La seemed by a one crushed under the weight of real sorrow. Trembling by he held out the thing he had brought Back. To hoped in vim a he Contin ii j Afu a a while looking up and smiling sadly. Bathos tinged his every word. Could this he the same Man who Only the Clay before had seemed Light hearted full of Hope he had seemed Happy and his eyes full of the fir of youth As he left on his Mission of Joy. Yesterday he Hail had visions visions of Sweet dreams coming True visions of life and iof it and of a Little Home Back there in Lawrence. But today a there it is a he said placing it upon the counted in the court clerks office. Ii was a marriage License. A big Lump came up in Luther Franklin a Throat. Luther is the Deputy court clerk for Pontotoc county. He was not used to fad scones like this one and he had to Swallow hard to keep the Lump Down. Harry h. Howard the Man who brought Back the marriage License mid Luther his pitiful nov. Yes he had been led to believe that mrs. Ovilla Huett would marry him. She was a widow knew All the ins and outs of life and he had had such wonderful dreams of the Little nest he would make with her after the Parson had made her mrs. Howard. Avella lives at Holdenville. He lives at Lawrence. He had toyed with the flame. Love had burned in his breast. She had Given him Hope. So he came to Ada and got the License. A she is Only 37-Vears-old.�?� or told the sympathetic Luther a and in a 39.�?� but the fair Ovella exercising her prerogative As a woman changed her mind. Had love taken flight from her heart like Apollo when the strings of his flite were broken hot Ards a heart was crushed. His romantic dream Wras shattered. The Joys of wedded Bliss were not to be his if he depended upon the widow <1 reams Huett to make h come True. Luther sighed a Man a sized sigh. A yes Well take it he said carefully folding the License. A do i get my Money Back a Howard inquired. A a in a sort. But we done to make refunds returned licenses a Luther told him not unkindly. And we bring this epic to an end hoping that in time love will come wafting to the fair Ovella on bands fluted Chimes and hoping against Hope that the portals of her heart will not be found closed when it does. And too May time give generously to Howard of its Healing Balm. May he never have to return another marriage License As he did yesterday. And in closing we Are moved to quote our old Friend Robert Burns than who Man cherished mor the feminine a a had we never loved Sac kindly. Had we never loved Sac blindly. Never met or never parted. We had never been net by preaching for which in was afterwards famous but renting jux pcs in a Church and then going of out and getting boys to till them. If there were such Zeal co Secra o Ion and pass Onate love for lost souls in even a half dozen members of the Church of Ada what a revival would ensue but the members of this Church a taking this meeting Seri a Quot 00c 00o0 0 0<kk y00000000000f? proper team work a arc not Oll sly. An the people on i Side Are not taking their profession a. Of religion seriously. It is likes it a paying an Echo Bitant two men on the roof of a House thex cuing news is glad of commend Hie a Pipit al the Appeal from the Bankers of Ada to him Farmers of Pontotoc Login to found in this is to. In to Page and the local Bankers urge the Cotton glowers of the Corniff to keep their Cotton tit prims go of better and to it a singling. One was a Church Dea to Quot on and the other a Church mein is the tatter smashed his Finger swore Ami was reproved by i Ber. And. The Deacon. He replied a Well it is like this you Are a Deacon and Pray and i Ani a sinner and cuss i but you know that neither of us Means what he it if we feel the right kind of i religion it is contagious. It will \ spread. It takes Only nine Days to j give anyone the measles or Small pox. If one has a genuine ease i of religion one ought at least in twelve months give it to someone else. Services at 7 do of clock this evening instead of 7 30 regularly on account of the meeting at the methodist Church at 8 of clock. It is As hard for some people to talk when they have something to say As it is for others to keep their traps closed when they have nothing to talk about. Price for edit a i King. The publication to this Appeal show a spirit that is most commendable. It Calls attention once More to the undoubted fad a a what concerns one lass of people concerns All classes of people. What hurts the Farmer undoubtedly finds the banker and what helps the Farmer undoubtedly helps the banker. Their interests Are. Unit a i. And Iii spite of prejudice and unjust Apical All classes of our population should recognize this mutuality of interest and should co operate for the general go gtd. Iii tendering sound and Dis p interested advice to tin Farmers and assuring them that they will be accommodate in the future the Bankers of Ada have done a meat commendable thing. 000000000000000000oo00o0o

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