Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 77, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 26, 1920 Page: 3 of 8
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TEAGHCR OF PIANO
lastruetiBg CkiMren a Social tf
RECITALS—Class work are a fea-
ture ®f the Course.
STUDIO : 210S. Penn.
Will b® glad to giro Information
regarding method used, and teaching
material—after noon of each week
to meet those Interested. 63-2w
5 room hoose with 100 foot lot
located on the corner of Pine and
Ohio streets. This a a REAL HOME,
plastered, weather boarded and will
Install hath fixtures for this price,
$3600.00. Located between two
This two room house with a porch
shingle roof 50 foot lot on Penn.
Ave. two blocks north f the r>rum-
rlrtt State Bank. This is a fine lo-
cation. close In. Will sell for the low
price of $750, a small payment down
and balance like rent- l^1'* wi" nnt
hat long, act quick.
SO foot lot with a three room box
house will sell for the low price of
$550.00. A small payment down and
balance like rent this beats paying
emt Located In Whe"1er Addition.
We have some nice office rooms
Tor rent in the Guaranty State Bank
A. few unfurnished and furnished
loves for rent located In all parts
tf the city-
It you are Interested In these prop-
erties tv ear Is at your service and
,<11 be pleased to show them to you.
Not obliged to buy.
real estate and insurance
Tailor-made clothe* are
for particular men
THE AMERICAN TAILORS
207 East Broadway
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Suits made to your meas-
ure $35 and up
THE AMERICAN TAILOR5]
507 East Broadway
Five Minute Chats
on Our Presidents
By JAMES MORGAN ?
(Cop/right, lilt, by Jaime* Morgan.)
A BACHELOR PRESIDENT
1791—April 23, James Buchanan
bom in Franklin county,
Pa. «- u _ -
1815-16—Member cf the legisla-
1819—Tragic death of his be-
trothed, Annie C. Cole-
1821-31—Member of congress.
1832-34—Minister to Russia.
1845-49—Secretary of atate.
1853-56-p-Minlster to Great
1856—Democratlo nominee for
georgia tech's 1920 games
List Includes Contests With Centsr Cot.
lege and All Wilt Be Played
Georgia's Tech1* 1920 football sched-
ule Includes games with Center col-
lege, Georgetown University, Vander-
fellt, University of Plttsliurgh, Auburn.
Glemson College, Oglethorpe univer-
sity and Lake Forest. All of the
games will be played at Atlanta ex-
cept those with the University of
Pittsburgh and Vanderbilt
architecture of golf
The popularity,of golf and the
necessity for the building of
courses has reached such pro-
portions that n course of In-
struction on the architecture of
golf links hus been added to the
curriculum at Massachusetts
Agricultural college at Boston.
JAMES BUCHANAN was the last
president to wrap his neck in a j
stock, as Monroe was the last to wear I
knee-breeches—and he was the last j
of an era. An age passed away as j
he passed out of the White House.
After Buchanan's birth at a Penn-
sylvania log cabin, his father, who
was an Irish immigrant, prospered as
a country storekeeper and was able
to send his son to college. But the j a
college sent him back as a wild spirit1 * ®
that It could not tame. The pastor j
of the scandalized family begged and J
obtained a chance for the wayward J —
youth, who Improved It so well that < WANTED—By young lady, position
he graduated first in his class. Never- as stenographer, bookkeeper
theless, the sttll unforgiving faculty : clerk. Four years experience. Cap-
▲11 classified ads are
one cent a word per day.
Nothing received under
26 cents. Money to b«
*ent with copy for ad.
denied him the honors of his rank.
This would be but a dull story of rall
law and politics were It not for a
single tragic episode which cast a
shadow over the whole after life of
our bachelor president, the only presi-
dent to die a bachelor. A young wom-
an, to whom Buchanan was engaged
In early manhood, a daughter of the
wealthiest family In the county, wrote
him a letter of dismissal under the
spell of a jealousy which had been
aroused by gossips. Pride on both
able of handling responsible portion.
WANTBD—A woman to come and
clsan hoase once a week. Apply at
Derrick office. tf
FOR RENT—Sleeping room at 507
N. Pennsylvania. 75-3t.
OH. Wm. O. HUTCHINSON
Office, FsHssrsoa Bldg.
PHONE: Office, 43-2
FOR RENT—Two room furnished
house, also two rooms modern furn-
ished. Bath, hot and cold water. In-
Two View Points
WHEN A DOLLAR BECOMES
"When you break a dollar it's
as go«d as gone—small change
isn't worth considering/' sayB
the man who spends all he
Doll%)$ and small change are
^jvist the same by the
IA." He makes no
for the future—
are holds form him
wluft he has prepared.
And ia most eases it is only
when old age overtakes him
that he realizes his error, but
then it is too late.
WHEN SMALL CHANGE
BECOMES A DOLLAR
"Ten dimes make a Dollar"
says the man who knows that
small change habitually de-
posited in a home savings bank
will eventually amount to a
sum worth while.
It is the persistent effort in sav-
ing that builds success.
Small amounts are fragments
of fortune, and a Savings Ac-
count is the place to put them
The Drumright State Bank will
welcome your savings account
Drumright State Bank
The Bank of Steady Personal Service
quire Hub Shoe Store.
j FOR RENT—4 2-room houses, furn-
| ished or unfurnished, g^ and elec-
I trie lights, city water and garage —
j Col. Timson, 126 East Fourth Street,
j Phone 376. 73-3t
FOR RENT—A nice clean completely
furnished three room house, close in.
Soutftwest comer Wood and Penn.,
Mrs. Forrester, Phone 597. 74-3t
FOR RENT—One two rsom furnish
ed house and one four room unfarnish
ed house, Mrs. W. O. Mayfield, Phone
FOR RENT—Furnished, one three-
room house: also one four-room, close
in. Phone 332. W. H. Met?, 218 K.
Broadway. Real Estate and Rentals.
os. ralph i. willis
Mam tor of
stafi of makl oal« HO*
/rattca Vftntted to tfurrry an*
Away with DEAD! V POISONS
Kill? WAT 1 MIU AND COPilipr,
sides kept the two apart until their
separation was made Irrevocable by
her sudden death—probably by sol- SALJ-:—Three room furnished
clde. In grief and horror, the young house, bam und hen houee. Near
lover wrote to the father of the dead Shaffer Camp. For Information call
girt, begging the privilege of looking s;j2. M R. Scott. 77 3t.
upon b*r remalos and of following
them to the grave. But the letter was .. Y1 , " " '
returned to him unopened I SAIJS-F*t tea. and frying
.1 chickens. When wanting a fat hen
rZZ' P"We<1- an" or frv call .. 309 Kaat Shaffer St..
Buchanan went to bla grave without i „
evw having taken any other woman1
'"h'* Wh,,n "e,u(on; ' FOR SALB- Hariey Davison motor-
opened the papers, which the aged , , _ . - _
ex-president had left hi a bank vhuII, 1 1920 mnim 000,1 a" b?w'
they found among them a little pack-; che4lP
et of treasured love letters from bis tlQ" TI-it
sweetheart of long ago. But in ac-
cordance with the request written on fOR 3AI,K Furulturp and fixtures
the outside, those faded mementoes nf rooming house and restuamnt
nf his only love were burned without Close to depot. Ruikting aif*> for
breaking the seal on them. j sale or rent. Bnainene cloaring b«t-
Ruchanan was by no means a crab- tor than $5<M5 per month and the
bed old bachelor. He remained al-' town getting better every day. Ad
ways most courteously attenUve W Commercial HotnL JennAvrs,
FOR SALE OR TRAISE.
3 five rsom modern houses.
One room In Ganfleld Building,
One store room at 103 East Fulksr-
One twe-rsom bouse. No. 606, North
FOR SALE OR RENT
190 cholse residence lots oa Bro <-
way and Jsnss addition.
6 room house and furniture, |3,i00.
Gssd 3 room house. East Broadway.
'Vhrss-rosra house oa Second street,
Joseph S. Westerheide & Co.
women, though with a perfect Impar-
tiality. Nor did he keep barhelor'a
hall. At Wheatland, hla country iilaco . ...
near Lancaster. Pa., he brought uft F(m «AJ.H-Thr e room hou^e with
from early childhood, the orphaned
son of one of his sisters and the
orphaned daughter of another, who
became, as Miss Harriet Lane, one
of the most admired mistresses of the
After Buchanan had Hsen to top
screened In porch -large cool rooms
with or without furniture. Cash or
terms. Call at 221 East First street
or phonn 427. 7&4t
imSTMM 1 Mf M «M MlWstat
uHt ail k. utul ti mom hs-
«t tk ish t) • s^aiilil
f*NT lA| Hsanovs ttit
OR. O J. RICE
Ov : Guaranty 8t«*a Bank
Patronlr.e the hnmu morohanta of
A sluglo musk ox will dee from
dsf. bit a herd wfll give battle.
FOR SAIJ5—A two story 50X75 ft
concrete buildhig corner Broadway
rank at the Pennsylvania bar, with a and Virginia. Not leaving I>rnm
practice that brought him as mucb I right. Apply to M !«. Spiogle. TS-6t
as $12,000 In a year, he entered poll-1 ——
tics. Sturting as a Federalist, he be-
came a Democrat only at the death
of the party of his flrst choice. He
was elected to the legislature and to j 1 . _ . ~
congress; was thrice elected to the1 FOR SAIJ?- Government Csnt«o«s
senate; s< rved as minister to Russia Bt I'-®* psch. See I-oa Allard, Jr. at
and Great Rrltalu and was secretary the Dwrlck Office. 71-tf.
of state In Polk's cabinet.
FOR SAIJi—Late modal Fnrd Sndaa
A bargain, c«U !• a«k for Smiley
For '20 yearn an unsuccessful can-
didate for the presidential notnfcia-
tlsn, the veteran politician had all
but given up hope when at last It
came to blm unsought In lWitt on his
return from a long aiwetice as Ameri-
can minister in I,ondou. As lie o
cepted It, he sighed that the honor had
SAM*—'Twe ton Rn*ublle trunks.
Pho>;« J. R.. 4 Roxana Petrol earn Co.
1 <OST—A lilaok cow hide rav. ling
hag on Sapulpa rn<id Returm o the
been denied him until he was too old Oecrlek office or call 16&. 76 3t.
to enjoy It, "when all the friends I I -
HOW CAN WE d(t ITT
IF we sasd away for our groceries?
IF ws go out of towa for our doctors
IF we parshase our sioUiIng In other
IF we send to mail order hoases tor
IF we to elsewhere to have oar
HOW ean we ii' In buaiaess
fVEKYONE cia have abundance
a o£ Thick# Beautiful, Glo«*y Hair
7 Sutherland Sisters Hair
Grower Grew this Hair
loved nod wauled to reward are dead
and all the enemies I hated and had
marked for p^ilsluneut are turuad my
TAKHN DP—One brown Jersey Cow
F U. Toortiees, ll!« H. Mapto. 71-Jt
AT<P CLKANRK, Ilia<3mat Dandruff
|| irmotcn thudoiitlruIf g«*i m.
For Hli u iu pout kit. H li «■ no r<iuaJ,
11 \ iiu V ,i I Hi*. Your ll.ilr ami lm Jtxnnty
'•) L VWN NUTIilKl.AMO SiH'l KKS
Uucw— Why not n«>w t
For Salo l y all l>ru«tfl ta «m«1 I* p4 Siurr#
Seven Sutherland Sisters
M2 r.KAUUUHii AVB., N. Y.UTY
The Checking Account
Here are a few things it teachea
:: ir \
" i J1
Yoar account at the FIRST NATIONAL
BANK will do other good things for you.
First National Bank
Their Medicine Chest For 20 Years
t hi characteristic of
IclUa^lLcr Itef paaa Um allotted
"thr«a aruM jv*n aod ten," to look
l ack ovit th« day'4 that are r.d.j
aud thoughtfully lire Uu*ra over.
I find myself, at snventr-one, frequently
drtftiuf liark a quarter < f a century, when
1 aee inywIC ia the little drug store I ovnod
nt Bolivar, Mo., making and celling a
▼effet- ble compound to mr friem n and
tuatO(M<>ra—what waa then known only an
Dr. Leitla* I' :ic!n® for Stoxuacb, Liver
and Dowel C~plaint§.
For many yearn while I wan perfecting my
rpptmla I studind arid iavvxli^atod tue
1 *xa'hot and calharllca on la« market and
Moama oonrinced that the r mam fault
was not tliat they did net art on the boweK
bnt that tii lr action *ui too violent and
drantlc, and npnot tiie tyatcia of the user;
which wufl doa to ti<4i fa« t that thoy wo-e
not t'mrongU enonKhla t'ieir action, acHne
•imply a-t.ug On the upper or siuull intr*~
tine*, while other* would art only on the
lower or )arf e fntMtlnet, aru! that th 7
ulmoil i*ivuriaMy produoed a habit r *
qnlrlBf augmented doaei.
I believed that a prenarution to produoe
(he be t rC >ct imi.t 11 r t tone tlu) livui,
Ihen art on the •• n arh and cntlra allmco-
tary ivatem. It thla wm acootnpllahetl, ti o
medl'-fne 'would produce a mild, but
IhormtRh elimination tf thaWllUwithout
the usual alckei'ing ,n.;, auU make
the user feel better at onre.
After experimenting with hundreds of
diflrreut ooui| ound«, I at laat perfected tho
f>rmpla that la u w knowti at K^orr's j
'• Which 1 tndy btlii vo i fiirthar |
and doee more thaa any laxative oa the
market touajr. TUe tb>wi—nda of lettere
from uaera have coevini.-od me I w*a right,
and that the uaer of *^—*- --
family mediclnu, eren
used it (or twonty-llre feara,
to increase tha duae.
lonrrh he mar have
Mr knowledge of medtaioe and the re-
■uitg - ' -
among i w r
f >r sale, canned me U* liavo great faith ia
of lie uto in my own liaullf
1 «ny frichdn, before I ever oL* 'red it
httam's Rcemly fror® the Very first
And oofrai I find mrself nearing the a*."
when I T.iuit bow to the Inevitable aud mo
to another life, my rr-ateet pleasure la to
sit each <lay ai:d road the lettors that cach
nail brings from people ai old or older
t an I, * ho toll Or having u«cd Nil
ftxi^f for ten, f'teen and twenty year*.
• nd n >*r thoy and their children and
grandchildren have been benefitted by tt.
It is a consoling thouj?bt, Biy fHen_
a man at my age to (mA that aside ,
his own anccess, one b.j# done sor.ietl
for his follow man. V v greatest satii
tion, my gn.itet l bat>r<invss today, la tho
knon]e«l(>e that fom^ht more tf<an on<
million pooplo will take a Nfi'i Wssis<i
(NRTaMrt) and will t>e bett^- healthier.
I h<^j you will
a. h. Ltwia meuicme oq..
Br. UOuia. Ma
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