Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 182, Ed. 1 Friday, October 29, 1920 Page: 1 of 8
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Hallow-e'en Masquerade Ball at Cain's Academy, Saturday Night, Oct. 30tb
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VOL V. NUMBER 182.
DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, OCT. 29, 1920.
DAILY 15c PER WEEK. DAILY, PER YEAR, $6.00.
BACK IN HIS
Youngstown O., Oct. 29.—Governor
Cox brought his campaign back to
bis horn State today, beginning with
a speech this morning here at the
home of E. H. Moore, his pre-conven-
tion campaign manager.
He will speak this afternoon at
Kent, and tonight at Akron. In
this speech he will reply to Senator
Harding's speech of Thursday night
which was also in Akron.
In the speech of Thursday night,
Senator Harding declared he is not
the candidate of any clique or com-
bination, but is absolutely unpledg-
ed and unbossed.
DEMPSEY TO FIGHT
AT HAVANA CUBA
Now York. Oct. 29.—The fight be-
twe u Jack Dempsey and Oeorges
Carpentier, for the heavyweight
championship of the world will be
held In Havana, Cuba, it was an-
nounced here tonight.
Selection of Havana as the scene of
the coif! est was made by Tex Rick-
ard, Charles B. Cockran and William
Rrady, who stated thy had received
an offer of Biieh proportion from a
syndicate of Cuban capitalists that it
was finally determined (he champion-
ship battle will be staged in Havana.
Details of tlig match have been
agreed upon and the actual signing
of the articles of agreemenet merely
await the arrival of a representative
of the Cuban Syndicate. He is ex-
pected to reach this city within a
week and upon his arrival definite
announcement of the date of the con
test will be made.
CONFIDENCE IN COX
Washington, Oct, 29.—President
Wilson today wrote a letter to Gov-
ernor Cox expressing his confidence
in the Democratic nominee. The
President expressed the hope that'
under the leadership of Cox as Presi-
dent "We may carry the policy of
the National Government along the
path of liberal legislation and hu-
mane reform until the whole world
j seoh again some strength upon the
part of democratic principles till the
happy fruition of what the illustrious
founders 'of this Republic proposed
' when they set this government up."
He added that he had followed
Cox's course throughout the campai-
gn with admiration, and expressed
, the belief that the candidate would
receive emphatic endorsement from
i ;he voters of the country.
Awaiting tse arrival of relatives,
who are expected to reach Drumright
this afternoon, or tomorrow, the
funeral services of Karl Mosleh, who
met a tragic death near the carnnival
grounds Wednesday evening, have
been deferred till 2:30 p. m. Saturday I
Tile services will be In charge of
Rev. R. YV. Lackey and will be held
at the Baptist church at the hour
m ined. Interment will take place in
HIS WEDDING STARTS
TROUBLE FOR BENSON
"l>on't ever Marry," was the in-
junction riven Joe Benson just three
hours bofore he was secretly wed to
the girl of his choice. "Troubles al-
ways start with marriage" was the
rest of the warning and within twel-
ve hours after his wedding Joe had
accumulated enough to last an aver-
age man through a life time.
"Don't Ever Marry" is the title of
the latest Marshall Neilan produc-
tion which tells the funny fascinat-
ing story of the troubles which Joe
Benson ran into by marrying. It will
be the attraction at the Liberty
Treatre Saturday and Sun.
MEMBERS TO MEET
Guthrie, Oct. 29.—The state Anti-
Horse Thief association today opened
its three-day session here today with
n large attendance and a barber-
PARTY WILL WIN
New York, Oct. 29.—Chairman
Hays of the Republican National
Committee, issue da statement today
In which he Bays tho official Republi-
can survey of the country indicated
Harding and Coolldge "Will receive
the largest vote ever polled for
President and Vice-President in the
history of the nution. Thirty-two
States are surely Republican, and
oven more are most probably Repub-
lican On the other hand, only five
are certainly Democratic. The
minimum number- of sefely Repub-
lican tectorial votes is 308," asserts
MOOSE CELEBRATION OF
ANNIVERSARY A SUCCESS
CHIMITE WIRES WARNING
ELEVENTH HOUR DOPE
Oklahoma City, Oct. 29.—A warn-
ing against eleventh hour roorbacks
on the part of the Republicans was
issued by eOorge White, Chairman of
the National Democratic Committee,
in a telogram received today by
Chairman Cam Campbell of the
State eDmocraUc Campaign Commit-
tee. Teh telegram is as follows:
"Please be on your guard against
desperate attempts to connect Demo-
cratic Committees or officials with
scurrilous pamplets may even take
the form of fake affidavits purport-
ing to emanate from National Head-
These have absolutely objected to
I any mud-slinging tactics, and 1 do not
propose that the Democratic party
shall be victimized in an effort to
cheat us of certain victory."
Old newspapers for sale, 5c a
bundle, at Derrick office.
Far job printing pho
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New York, Oct. 29.—George White,;
chairman of the national Democratic
Committee today gave out a forecast
of the election results. "The general
situation at the close of tho last
week of the campaign of 1920, full
signs appear which point to Demo-j
cratic success," he said.
New York, Oct. 29.—Continuing his
statement regarding the outlook for i
Democratic success next Tuesday,'
George White, National Democratic
chairman, said, "The Republican
organization is demoralized from the
Canadian border to the Gulf of ^
Mexico, and from the Atlantic to tho
Pacific. Their forces are in full re-
White believes Democratic victory
The celebration of the local L. O.
O. M., held Wednesday evening was
n. very delightful occasion to the 350
guests who took part in the event.
J. M. Culver from Cushing, an able
talker and an authority on Moose-
lieart, was the main spaker of the
evening. Other speakers discussed
Mooseheart. and education of the
young, devoting especialy attention
to Vocational Training and the desir-
ability of teaching each boy and each
girl a def'nite trade or calling.
A banquet followed the speaking,
succeeded by dancing and music. The
music was furnished by James Salis-
bury's juvenile orchestra, and was
There were 350 people present, and
everyone'taa dan enjoyable time.
LAND BODY AT QUEENSTOWN
Queenstown. Oct. 29.—The body
of Terence MacSwiney was landed
hero today from the steamer Rath-
more. The cortege was received by
the urban council and thousands of
the city's inhabitants. A draft of
armed troops were present to main-
FARMERS URGED TO ORGANIZE
Washington^ Oot. 29.—Resolutions
that all crops be marketed as the
demand requires, and that Congress
institute an Investigation into the In-
terest rates charged by banks was
adopted here today by the National
Farmers Conference, in session here.
All farmers were urged to join ex-
isting marketing organizations at
once, or form an organization
BOYS LOOT STORE
WHILE OWNER GOES
OUT TO GET CHANGE
Oklahoma City, Oct. 29.—While T.
W. Strickland, proprietor of a smail
store at 1010 West Grand avenu'.
crossed the street Wednesday to
some change, two boys entered the
store and robbed the cash register
of approximately $45, according to
Strlcklands' report to the police.
Officer Rosuoe Harville, motor
patrolman. Immediately answered
tho call but wns nimble to locate
the two young thieves.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
AT DERRICK OFFICE
Justice of the Peace McDonald was
a caller at this office last evening to
place an order for cards.
Justice McDonald Is a candidate
for reelection on the Democratic tick-
et and should be successful. He has
tilled the office of Justice of the Peace
here with rare ability and satisfaction.
The people should see to it that he
is continued in office another term.
FLOW OF ROOKS
FOR PUBLIC LIRRARY
SLOW IN STARTING
ONLY A FEW BEEN RECEIVED
UP TO DATE, SAYS THE LI-
BRARIAN, MISS MARIE
Only a few responses have been
made so far to the appeal made by
the Library Hoard for donations ot
spare books by the people of Drum-
right to start the new library off.
"We are not only anxious to re
celvo donations of books,'' said Miss
Headrick today. "Put we should al-
so be glad to get old standard magaz-
ines. It is our purpose to add these
to the collections which havo bsen
subscribed for In order to make the
files as comrlete as possible."
Folks who have surplus books on
their shelves which they no longer
have any particular Interest in keep-
ing. are ure"d to communicate wltft
Miss Headrick. It is not necessary to
deliver these hooks at the HigN
School. A car has been provided to
go around and collect them . All that
is necessary is to telephone to the
Librarian nnd the hooks will be sent
The Board is particularly desirous
to get as large collection of volumes
arid old maeazlnes as early as pos-
sible, in order to be ready for tbf
public opening, placing the library
at the service of tho people, which W
to be hold In December.
If you have books which you no
longer caro to keep do not overlook
this opportunity to render a public
service at Bmail cost. A list of the
doners will be published from time
FREE TICKET8 TO ELLERMAM-
BARSTOW RECITAL FRIDAY EV
£NINQ. CALL AT UDEN'S BOOK
I K >X.
of Lawton, Okla. «
WILL SPEAK AT. ... \
I) R U M R 1 G H T J
Sai. Oct 30,8 p.m.i
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AT THE (TTY HALL J
Mr. Parmenter is one of tho ablest speakers «
in the state, An orator of national reputa- h
HE WILL DISCI ' S THE LEAGUE )V .
NATIONS AN?j OTHER ISSUES a
OF THE < AMPAIGN 01
Don't fail to attend this meeting! A rare [j
treat is promised, as Mr. Partmenter's a
Speeches are entertaining as we!' as instruc- ■
EVERY BODY INVITED
IT'S TOUGH ON—
See it at the Liberty Theatre Sat-
urday and Sunday.
IT'S TOUGH ON—
See it at the Liberty Theatre Sat-
urday and Sunday.
CTaan up the Alley
Don't Miss It.
Tomorrow -Friday- Nigh!
\t the New High School Auditorium
at Uden's Book Store
Democrat Rally f
Torch Light Parade F
GOOD SPEAKERS =
Drumright Saturday Night at 7:30
EVERY DEMOCRAT IN CREEK COUNTY
WHO DESIRE TO RIDE IN THE PARADE.
rARADE WILL FORM ON S. PENN AVE.
AT NEW HIGH SCHOOL AT 7 P. M.
Earl Foster Ralph Robinson
W. L. Cheatham Judge Wilcox
Hon. E. R. Hill, Congressman of 111.
Every man and woman who believes in the
election of Cox and are supporting the
League of Nations be present.
BRING YOUR CARS
■ a a a a a
a ■ ■ ■ a
c • I0CRATIC RALLY 5 At OCT. 30th. DONT MISS IT!
1 \rr>™ 27 it ad uel elfuti is a vote for continued good
A vuih r ui\ ilulln riLnlL schools in creek county.
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