Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 182, Ed. 1 Friday, October 29, 1920 Page: 2 of 8
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Si'nrday and Monday
MARKEY FALL STORE
Saturday and Monday
See Us Be/ore You Buy
ome in Compare our prices to oiher stctfs. It will pay you to attend our
STOCK REDUCTION SALE
SATURDAY and MONDAY-Last Days
FXTRA SPECIAL THIS WEEK
^ur $45.00 Tricotine and Wool
Serge Dresses, in all sizes and in
th? new fall styles.
k- 11111 e s111
NEW FALL SUITS
All offered at a special reduc- %
tion. See us before buying +
your suit elsewhere. £
■ M I i I III I I I I I I I I I I I H H-M-M-H-
j-X- M-H-' -H-M
Plush Con" Cloth Coats, Fur
Coats, ever:* tyle shown th'3
season all reduced during th is £
i stock reduction sale.
^.fmn : tif-iilmERS STA6E
|sa d Mr Krikee. "and coctiBOrr
ikrw weehs There are going to he
-..-'chASgea i* Eastern markets
p«iot Msifctiii SHE.£*.
I u possible to make rooea for our
Mr towered do.tW day
I T art." it St or?, ka*e a® p
t mrs. stubble field
Ort -7 returns fro- visit
, • - J to BW1 -
*• ' " ** ' rc "4' -^1 M-T C P SwhWeieM has return
^ ' to ■ B'rW*- wtoen> **
. • n 'Sttls
. • o-l-d «toek u soon as PO « °* dippings roa ■
, v tte_ | ni | (hat they wiB Mbwkt K1" , lW .
. .v- . T*iaw which th first t foilo s
, , , . PrtVr, hlT« b~n known formaBy *1 rv** alt«f oon
„ tmnmg the Mt progressive «• MV
■twdfcan* c* tv c:ty, M n will * ** «•' .. s V Mc
g-nai fi&aacial tatarwt to tfceir CH4 o( DrarfeW. OU*-8. J *c
tbeir l.eas c! Wlefc U Palls, IV*, ^ J
«to w*-ti wH * S«Dia of OUaV>TBS rf
I, : •. - «•- P- ^ J' W M"a
, ^ WooflrafI of Wk^U Texas- a
Xbe fikd «bick wtn pr«wmfl «h«w P"* of *r*. W U Hale A salad
•e* fr«a th- tonta! trv
ar4 t^ PHO- «- - ^ a
«->P y to #*err artJrt- tb"T fca*e "* ta orf a ♦- • ,hel^
talk. 7^rr. tat til*M
Krt^-"' Pr*jf' «M«4 t, tk-.r tair «esdatn s Harry Re«or of
#-♦.'<!« ax! cittnn th «i jraaoa Mar^ba't. Mo_. C. 3. Sti^ble .e.
,hv ?t -TO «:k I^Jer ar.4 lo=f« t Orwmrif^ Okl -. ^4 S. J Mclean
t*., cato thu it of Oklih-«i Oity. and J. M S.ltn^
Y** r i>«—^r>-- * -«* |* ttw&r con- of Wichita Palls, Texas T •
r^. >- pre" ailed .ate* of Mr. ard Mr,. Be^u s
t>fs ftryn , r.4«* for tu c.-eap of- hospitality -«re. ,he ho°°r"
««Lr, of d^=iabl- Rood, an? -e*. Mrs. John Renr.ef and fuehrer,
t «' *hc ti* it. I* mi-ket for the.r Miss UllUa. Mr r.nd Mr- Ed Orr
■f , «.r at th s time will Mrs. Mollie Wilford. Mrs Thorrmar-
m>k« a ser.ott* misUke if they orer- tin. Mr. and Mrs. John Terry and .lr.
this hi« Herbert Reasor.
-Tbe «J. win start Satarda#.'" A feature among the entertainments
h-i-h-w-h-i * i <
tendered her was a theatre party: tnore money was paid.
Mrs John Terry was hostess la t "Tier* were railroad isents. ship-
erening to a Tery enyoyab'e Picture ns clerks, deputies, small town of
Show party to compliment Mer-da-nes «c^l«. p/ohibit-oa «e_ts and c.ty
Harrr eRasor o fMar^hMl. Mo- C. B. J- emen to b> tike , car- cf. All of
Stcbblefeld of Drumright. Okla_ S. them had meins of learning about
J. McLean of Wi<-hlta Fall«. T"t - boore sii.pmeais and all o: t m
and Mrs. J M Selman of Oklshjas wanted to set in-' And most of tiem
CltT. who ar? la th' city visits* lwey "got in.' I have s<*n as many
their parents. Mr and Mr*. J. W. J twelxe ofScers grab br.be mcuc,
Reasor. After the show tv rn«-.s "t for one truckload of It1--1 casrs of *-h-s-
y<te!:<^orrs refreshments at key.
Hants. The piest list ir.d'fted th* |TP «'•* "Dr> Assr.ts
following: Mesdames Ed Mofcnndro. knew that moaey has teea tak- .
Walter Albrittoa. Ji*il" Cra~t. S:3t. io .vc at tie prohib.tior- offices a" d
dea Coirrox Earl SWft. Walter K.- there ae^er wi« a h:tch in the si:
Its. AIM Thomas. Jones Orftfh. menu. 1 am wi'ling to hilp catch al
FVwter Ada^rs. W Hon Sla :s the doJbie^ro6sers, but I n not im-
Qiinn. C. B. S:ubb:-fi l4. Harry Ky plicated.
sor. J. M S^min. S J McLean ar. "I'm not squealing 1 m Jast clear-
Mi« eJan Carter -^e my own skirU. HeiUer was re-
The last was also a dir-.er partr Ported to hare aid In mainnining
"Among the many social ente-- bia own innocence in the matter "I
Utrmer.t* heirg gf en for "Jon't want to take tie witness stand
C B. Stabb!"fi'H of Drtimreht. Ok'a. a go-ercm-nt witness. bJt 1 11
S. J McLean of Wich'u Falls. Texa< take it in my own defanse If they lock
aad J M. Selrr.an of Oklahoma C'tT. me nr srd 111 t-.l a lot of "htngs
was a lorelr « o'dock dinner tfrea '-Siat will make ta se douWacross; -•
last evening by Mr. aad Mrs B-n! «>«-'- ^ *** had BOt tri«^ r >
Robbi at th- r Hime on Seventh b:.le behind me. In crde my mon-
street. Other guests «er M' D1 • > oa: of thP under-worid and I'"
Mrs. John Terry and Mis* Ophelia erred my term in eLavenworth and
Ligon." ' don't Intend to go back again."*
o j -Mike De Pike'' served !2 months
n th" federal "r:son at Leavenworth
WITNESS TELLS OF eOOZE , „ ...
! for white sHverv. He had b~>n a
RING G=tAFT SCHFMESL
■ n 1111 ii :! i: <
Sterling Styles v
Quality Mak es
ri. gs" her?
o': ..'s >a-
Chicago. Oct ti.
the names of p".:bl
bj invvl.ed ■. rt u i: . ^atd .,f f ,d
eral officials today for presentation
In court, according to l>i--rict Attor-
ney Charles C. Clyie. who <ja?s*:ori.
ed "Mike De Pit"- Hl i.r. aU;- i
director in the illegal wh. k y deals
fignre at Cnlcago's und=r*oHd for +
many y<?ars. On several occasions h« <•
has come forth as the informer In ...
graft charges and ohers. notable the
police Chief Healy graft trial. +
HE *R REVIVAL MEETINGS
W !;J! II
• ^ r'
A Vote For
J. W. HARRELD j
U. S. SENATOR S
Is a Vote For
And Against the
Wilsoi League of Nations
!t H 1 ' I * 1 1 1,1 * *nuiiiiimm illll<K<tlHI
At the Methodist Churci
z*«t ti-.* w^^k beslnni'g at 7:30.
uimiur iu ue wiUiJkcj utM..-, i
two hoors last r e -, wtea He:*5-:r « rd:aUy invite yo uto he:p us it
was taken into enste* ^ ^ il work of ^v'=? s0u!-
Warrants for ti- arrest of HHfer ln oi ra "la? w*
will be sought frvi United S-at~ 5 are been having good meetings.
. ->-n- v : v lp?d to sur-en^ -f
eral officials sc-'d H^.-ler was d^- ;-f'' 10 J<vs5ls
tained without haU !a tt custody of If yon would could by your
der utv marshals all night. j Salt's help bring som-c«e to H m.
Heitler's name was lirk-d w:th the ^"onlda ! that be mach hester thaa
w.iskev traffic inquiry by seve.-al ***** *>meone to the dance haU
saloon-keepers who asserted he knew! PCTEK PARKER Pastor
the details of a recen*. $100,000 wils-j
ky robbery in whicn police were said
to have aided the "booxe ring"" bv
helping to steal the liquor from thj
purchasers while it «as b. ing deliver
pj Mis? Helen FiehtL the popular.,
Confession Oeta.lt Activities charr.-'.r.g Dnocratkr nrain • for;
Heitler's aUeged confess.on wi- the of'ce of Coon*: Supertrt- ad-::
said to have made sensational disdos was in the city yesterday ard last
ures. and detailed the activities of rfght meeting old friends ant mat
federal officials throughout the conn tag new ones
♦ry. state officials, mayors of smal! Miss P5chtl ii a winner m th - j
towns adjacent to Chicago, police of , campaign. Her friends are standing
fleers and patrolmen, deputy sheriff- by fc^r and she continues to wir. new
ill j 1 ; > ~i 1
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MISS HELEN FlCHTL
IN THE CITY
stermng r,i ;rrs 1 xn cca
So many women enjoy wearing the smart |
new styles—that we are pleased to show such |
a representative collection now for your in- in-
The fall st>*les are smart in line and most |
effective in design and trim. J
You will be sure to find a model that will I
appeal to your particular taste.
K-W-::: i II 11 ;■ i 11111111 i-si muttw
■X-i-: M*< f
•IWJ B B -1"J pati vnuica, M- — —
and others. He declared himself "out support The people reai z^ t* im-;
of the bnsiress." hat said be was
-cady to tell all he kn-w. aad that he
knew all about the operators of the
•r eed ' rings."
"Here is hew a lot of them are put-
tinr it over."" Heitler was reported ta
have said. "Anybody can get blank
removal permits and f.ll them in.
They did this by paying money for
the blanks and when the forged
blacks were taken to the warehouse
lortance of this office. a"d they kr-.w
that Miss Fichtl has the neeesssr'
qualities of h" i head, aad hand nee-
oss^ry tc rradtr ar 'Scient admin- ]
lstr2'.;ca. She i.3- proved it in h- "
,-ervice in that capacitv. and the vot-
ers refuse to misled: th^y are
roing to reelect He!°s Pichtl County
Scperir.ter.c- • "
WHO IS YOUR DENTIST
it year u t* riM tftntil work. | f( talk It evw, tt «Mta
•t-irvf Svt a litti# tlma. M mot.< It |oo4 work for lut VII %n
lea* pair. All w rk fuarantaad.
Lady In OllVf.
^HONt ♦. ' Off let ovar Guarinty State Bank.
• : A. M. tt 11:«0;
1:«0; 1 :$C to t:M P. ■ : 7:0« t« 8:H P. M.
Wt CLARK, UNTItT.
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Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 182, Ed. 1 Friday, October 29, 1920, newspaper, October 29, 1920; Drumright, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc147048/m1/2/: accessed November 24, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.