Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 77, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 26, 1920 Page: 4 of 8
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Bo>s. Listen—TW ft fir ycu rd
your i>o/ friendt.
Rf-ry boy who bam >:i
htthtdi > irtbdaty is «• tfti i to f >
«•- * a s'otX If yon *;fit t* 1U
ie< b a r<-*! f-at tft « i* y r '
Begirning Monday Jace 2Mb at
o'efeck *■: win r<gi>--T apjM'ai -.
Boy* art r w-rw) to foro to tb-
mtti<•■ of it- B•*:■! at WjuiUob ot«t
WotabergeM I>nig Rw> wh '<- Ik"
wit ht enroBed aod fnatrwrtad t'oK
Orx- sjmJ pU' of BaetlaC-
Tk W k! r< ' fl It pl&r.ti'
. cm*': ihimra for tt* boy* *ho ttalr®
®t<": Amor, r other things an in-
mb>th: of a w«-k or ten day* mki,^
tl is A gaf. Hvery boy who wajld
Kk' to ft in on vfc v good Urn-"
w*of H in at one* and let ti all
work ban! on Um routing program
mo aft cat get r«r dy. &tnKDb«r Jan*
n. « a. a.
A wcrd to Pwtnti
W« want your boys and give yon
ear pt*Af that vc will gne fh«-c5
«'"<7 postfbl* rare and at bo time
wttt their be permitted to be oat and
wa«d<-r about without competent and
aale direction. They will go oat fre-
yaor.tly in smiJI rrmiiH Tor work and
Maty nadir ftu- dirxtimi of a ron
potest raar. aad r.o par at should have
aay worry when the hoyt are so engag-
If the parent* wit) se that the boy*
•■rail tor the testa aod will cooperate
artth as we will make Drumright proud
«f he* boys.
Cha*. R. Pitts.
Duelling did not eiist in ancient
Crew" or Home
Five Minute Chats
on Our Presidents
By JAMES MORGAN
3>r*, t; fcn a U.rru.)
CLEVELAND CAME BACK
1B92—Wi'th 4, Grover Cteve-
land inaujurated a ik: - d I
HaVi ol game la no longer per
in thi- District of Col'-mbia-
t.rrt. aged fifty-ftva.
May, a great panic began.
July 1, Cleveland went
under aorg cal operation
Oct. 30, The Silver act re-
'"W—Ju'y 4, Cleveland tent
t'eopt to Chicago to inter-
vene in railroad strike.
Aug. 27. the Wilaon-Gor.
man tariff became law
without president's aigna-
"OT&— Feb. 7, Cleveland made
arrangement with J. P,
Morgan and othera for
protection of gold reaerve.
Dec. 17, tent m hia Ven-
1908—June 24, Cleveland died
at Princeton, N.
MARSHALL WILL WORK FOR erU Pershing ia the ftretgeal qd
*5*FE AND SANE" PLATFORM coal1! Makai he tot:;-. I
"TL • r ■ <■' . f are Ki: e>l i ecftUM
San Francisco. Jane 24—Vlce-Pre*; they Hm by."
■ M rt icr,ig*it Jt Ire C.U: • ■ L kr -;«d ®f S«aai-
Uat s tt.iues daring the 1-mo ' ford. CL. de-3 ^ate at la re to the dtmo-
'raiie tat. «al eon -atlon would crit.c fwnrention, who Ji here touy,
directed toward workinr aa a del- tail h<- swild sominate for the pr- i-
f.ate- at lars from Icdiaxia for a c-rxy .Homer S. rsaaisp. cfcairman
->ife and aar; -'' platform. of tb« national corsmittee and Lock-
"Ptit a good man on It and let him -rood's law partoer.
go to • •• he acded. o
Or. h arrival th: evening from PHILLIPS BUYS TIGER
Del Monte. Calif,, the vke pretident
s.iid he was cot a endidate for of-
f!<e and bad not decided whom he
would rapport in the convention-
He aaid he wolud like to have the
REFINERY AT OKMULGEE
Okmulgee June Wade Ph;I!ip«.
reputed to be ti> largest oj] "produ-
cer in Oklahoma, acd ti-- Phillip*
STOLEN JEWELRY RECOVERED
M s mi. Okla-, June 2C—Jewelry Tal-
oed at $1,000 Jraa recovered by ChlJf
of Police L. F. Bao! is eight milee nor-
thwest of here on the Neosho River,
where it was hurled by robbers, who
mealed into the apartments of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Abram* several weeks
ago and ransacked it while the pair
slept. A pal of one of the robbers j
is said to have furnished the officers
with their clue.
TAFT WANTS LEAGUE
PAST FOUR SCORE OPPOSES
platform brief and expli'i?. Disclaim- Highway Refining company, tonie -1
announced the purchase of tbe Tiger
refinery here from tie Wiooattr Oil
< ompany, which recently took over
the stork of the Okmulgee Producing
k Refining Co. It is reported that
the consideration was tS'XMKW.
G HOVER CI.EVKLA.VI> had DC
more than left the prewldency in
defeat aod settled down to th<- prac-
tice of law in New York City than II
wa* Keen that he was s(il) almoct as
mncb the lewder of the I<ernocratlc
ing knowledge of any move to r-la^-e
him on the resolutions committee or
make him cfcaiman of it. he said:
"If 1 were making up the plat-
form I would write it on a postcard
and in su< h terms that if we were
wrong, the wh'.'Ie < ■untry wouM know 0
It," GERMANS TELLS OF WAR LOSES
Mr. Mai'hail said he did not antici-
pate any serious prohibition issue. Genera. Tune 24 Recent ttati-Tics.
My personal views of this quegtion -n Germany on that Ooun-
are unchanged he continued ' I tr}"* war 1o""^ that l- 50.000
was not in favw of prohibition orig- ra"n v'r" k''^a Ther" : re today
finally, but it is incorporate in the m-°*° war lridoWR- ac,<>rdlER « -h<'
constitution and it should be observ- 1-"0 W) war orl>haM ■
^ „ 500.00* mained or consumptive* top
CRIME OF RACE SUICIDE
Muskoce Okla.. June 24—Lafayette '■
Is?* nerro and farmer of tjiirty-two
children by former wives, is married
again Lee is S9 years old. born in Miss-
ippi in slavery. His latest wife, Nancy
Sims, is over 60 years old.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to tkank the good neigh-
bors and many friends who were so
kind to our beloved wife, daughter
and sister during her recent Illness
I. N. Adams, Husband.
James A. Ramsey. Father.
Lula Clark, Sister.
Former Pres.ient Ee!)*ves Republi-
cans Are in F?vir of Pact.
Chicago, June —That the
of nation* plank in the republican
platform ice^n* the ultimate accep-
tance ol the league, with reservations
wa* the luierperauou .of the planJt
made ty former President Taft in a
statement ma<ie by him today.
•When republican victory comes
in November, the first thing u> do
wiil be to make peace and that
m.^ns to adopt the league wi th the
reservations," said Taft. -The plant
was drawn by Elihu Root, who is a
biiong suporttr of the league and
who is now in Europe helping to get
the league working in order."
Concerning the aan Francisco con-
vention, Taft stated he did not be-
lieve the democrats "will follow Ed-
wards and adopt a wet lanf
Mrs. Jlyrtia Henderson «nd Wil-
liam Kussell and Miss L*>is Pitts of
Claremore are visiting at the home
of their uncle, Rev. Chat, E Pitt*-
• ort d mostly by charity.
Mis& Marie Carter of Miami, Tex,
arrived today for a visit with the
Pitts lamily on the Sinclair lease.
WANTS PERSHING AND SMITH
PONCA CITY PUTS TENT
SHOWS IN LUXURY CLASS
Los Angeles, Calf., June It—A ticket Ponca City. June 24— Ponra City
party as when he was in the White comfc*c<' John J .Pershing for presi- has put a 200 percent increase onto
Hoc%*'. dent and Governor Alfred Smith of. circus license petitioning to play here.
In the four year* of his retirement. New York lor vice president "would! The new license calls for $500 a day
be seldom saw party leader* Yet so sweep the country" according to John -*or circuses and %W> a day tor tent
string was the reaction against the Mc' oo-y. democratic leader of shows.
Republican* and so loud the call for
CAPTAIN HALL SAYS REPORT
OF ILLNESS -NEWS- TO HIM
Columbus, Ohio. June 15—Captain
Daniel H. Hall, of this city, commander
in chief of the G. A. R. who was re-
ported critically ill ia Syra«use. N. Y..
returned to his home here today. He
denied he had been seriously ill.
him In 1HI 2 that be returned in tri-
Kings county (Brooklin), New York
The average length of silk frwm «-.<•
cocoon is 300 yards.
1(1 Ui*n> Will pay 14 per lineal
toot fcij row sewer lln«*
Bnnlar School association in conven
Hon here parsed a resolution mn
-domeing th e sale of cigaret* to
Bartlesville—CkunJias have bt-gtin
a crumid' against s merchants
who wsll cigarwta to minor*
Ranrocfe said the tariff was "a .ocat
IN>r )oh printing p.'ioii* 90
Tsiwiii Ohio, June ?5 Federal
agents Investigating wt ol<* |e thefts
of gorrmmeirt property at the Hrie
ptwrlnn grunnds at Port Owtor, an
mmurt'-'-iI today that nine ar
•Mrr bad aad Ifty u*h«r are
kt on warraots charging im|>ltra-
iu dkcfin, whb-h are said to
Mint to fwo.ao#
umph to the White House. h*'r'- tw,av with th« Vork d"'e-
<sr.. of the jierlodlcal panics of the B 0< will depart to night for San
19tfc century smote the country with a F ancisco.
financial and Industrial paralysis In The New York delegation will be
1®8, only two months after the In- for Governor Smith for presidest as
aSfcUi «t.on. As "J'ual. tlie pur>> lo !onB ag j.j6 na^ an> cbar.-e .f winning
power caught the blame, and day after
day a leading Republican newspaper
sbrmted In gleeful headlines: "Another
bank gone Democratic!"
As the first means of restoring con-
fidence. Cleveland called a special se -
th<- nomination. Vlr. llcCooev declared.
"My personal opinion ij tha: Gen-
V ANTED TO RENT—Rtooming
house. Address Oscar Garrad, P. O
Box 1122, City. 77-3t. ■
FOl'ND—In post office lobby, one
parasol, black handle. Owner can
have same by indentifylng and pay-
ing for this ad. 77-3t
HEAR THE LATEST
Songs. Jazz and instrumental talk-
ing machine records at Uden's Book
Store. A big stock of new Emerson
records, just received. 77-31.1
Want ads m the Derrick pays. J
The Well's Hotel have opened tp
f* board and rooms, 114 E. Fulkerson.
Beautify the Complexion
IN TEN D/.YSk
T'ct Uowjuilfd B*ic!ifur
L'$*d and Endorsed
By TJioa anda
Guaranteed to re*
move tan, freck 1 , *
etc Extreme cases
Rids pores and tis«uei
Leaves the akin clear.
Two tizes. Sold by
'eading toilet counters or mail.
SATtONAt. TOILET CO.. ParU.
He was a poor ac^or
hat he <£ot by\
Have >>! t iivrt-^lled s s<-w
sUtnke.r. Prw.iii reasonsthle.
4 ne by eipen<-a< ed t/pi-rat r
elal price to drr wiarii T'
H>a|er Hewing M.n'.im
110 Snwtfc Qnio
AT THE PRES&y TER►AN CHURCH
^erynne I* onrdtolly InvIt'-4 to
•ttoixl Che worship if G«h1 with us
•p Holiday, June. 2Tt> la cn*in<yv
11«c with this ssrMi-e We wtH have
(he ordlsatlnn and m^ullstion e( an
elfor Mr. Jos«|>h flewn
rtvert ni'-raber of the c iurr%
Toang lady to solicit aad coil net for
The Hvenlng Derrtclr. Apply after 1
o'clock p. t .
Union Shoe Shop
3(9 Ejst Broadway
1 • * i
Repairing of All Kinds
Latest Modern Shoe
Let us repair your
shoes while you
hadf^H fine work is our
line of shoes of all kinds
at rcsaonabU' prices.
slot! of ron,ere** for the purpose of
hsvtng It repeal the Silver act of the
Harrison Dlmtnistrallox Tlie negt ilay
he suhmltfefl himself the surgeon's'
knife f.ir tl.v r<«noval of a cancerous
nleer whlrh hu'l appeared In the roof [
of his mouth. Ills grave physlcul eon
dftlmi was concealed from the panicky
mind of the public, und the operation
was perfr,nn« d In the closest serrecy '
sImhihJ a jucht u. it nteawed aiowly up '
the Ba.H Illver, ofT New York. Not un-
til many years had paaaed was It j
knswn that when congrew assembled
he faced It with a rubber Jaw.
Under the pressure of the president,
the RIIvit act was repealed, but only
Jjflfir a IfJtler struff1* which left the
Democratic party hAJielesxIy %Jlt. Ti*
nassage of a tariff bill divided the par-
ty stfli more. It waa such a lobby-!
Btadc, log rolling measure that tSeve- 1
lainj r Aise l ro Hgn It, but let U be-
come law wMhout his signature. After
that ttr TMnocrats went down In de '
feat lo the < ongrenrtonul elections of 1
la the depth of our domestic J
troubli-s the president sent hi* famous
VeoeruMan message lo congrew In
H he announced thai the British gov-
ernment hud rejected all nur a[>peals
for the arbitration of a land dispute
which It was pressing In Konth Amer-
ica. and he boldly proposed that we
ourselves should decide the question
and then proceed lo enforce our de-
Stocks tumbled headlong In Lon-
don and New York, and there was
much wild talk on both sides of the
Atlantic. Hut the president confidently
reassured bis troubled private secre-
tary, 'Thurber, thl^i doe* not meaa
war; It means arbitration." And that
was the outcome of «li the hubbub.
Cleveland'* outburst of plain speaking
had the effect of awakening the Kng-
llsh jieople, as never before, to the val-
ue of American friendship, and It
opened n new era lu the relations of
the two governments.
Cleveland's hardest, longi-st battle In
his second administration was for the
gold standard. Almost alone he upheld
It through four years, abandoned by
most of the Democrats and iinnidod by ,
the gold Republicans In conjrress, who
were afraid of "bnrtiug the party !
with the silver pvople.
THE OTHER day.
I WAS In a cigar store.
AND A man came In.
TO BUY cigarettes.
AND HE had a cold.
AND WAS so hoana.
• « t
HE COULDN'T make.
THE CLERK vmderstaad.
JUST WHAT ho wanted.
AND HE got madder.
HE DREW a brand.
HE DIDN'T want.
• • •
HE POUNDED the case.
AND TRIED to talk.
BUT HE only wheezed.
AND HE made signs.
WITH HIS fingers.
BUT THEY didn't get over.
HE THOUGHT he'd try.
TO ACT it out.
AND HE closed his eyea.
• • •
AND MADE his (ace.
SERENE AND calm.
AND SMILED and looked.
AND THE clerk said.
-I GOT you. Stove!"
AND HANDED him.
A PACKAGE ot
• • s
CATISFY? You said it I Those finr
I tirkuh and Domestic tobaccos and
that can't-be-copied Chesterfield blend
s-a-t-i-s-f-y with every puH'l
And the moisture-proof, Klassine-
Wrappcd special package irrpt m the
way you want 'em — fine*, full-flavored,
firm and fresh—alwaysl
r wirobSio til a koti i tuut uhuuu ul
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