Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 204, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 24, 1920 Page: 3 of 8
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< ♦< 11 M HU< I'M' 'i' 11 <■♦♦■ H I 1 I I I I I I I I I H | I I I < l-H HIHH'
IT WOULD BE DIFFICULT
: For us to express our full thankfulness to
J our neighbors and friends for the hundreds
of good things they have done and said for
: and about us. We arc thankful for a chance <:
to serve you.
OUR THANKS ARE
Extended to our friends and patrons in this
season of Thanksgiving. We are thankful
for both your friendship and your patronage.
Guaranty State Bank
will be served at
$1.00 a plate
HOTEL ROBERTS CAFE
Special Turkey Dinner j
Oyster Stew Celery f
Roast Young Turkey $
Oyster Dressing Cranberry Sauce J
Cream Potatoes June Peas Hot Biscuit £
Plum Pudding _ Hot Mince Pie |
Pumpkin Pie Coffee
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
The following article is made up of
the beat ptrasraplvs selected from
compositions written by Dl H. S. stu-
dents upon the origin, came, methods
of transmission, statistics, and treat-
mnt of tuberculosis.
These paragraphs were gleaned by
Mi.t, Opal Harbaugh and arranged In
the form given, but each paragraph,
represents the thought upon this im-
portant subject of some student
■ Combined, they form a most Inform-
ing article upon the subject.
| Tuberculosis is an infectious di-
sease caused by a minute germ call-
ed the Tubercular Bacillus Tubercu-
| : «is may affect any organ of the
body but is found most commonly in
'he lungs and bones.
Nearly every adult person has be-
| come infected. This does not mean
'hat the germs have found entranoe
I into the body and have impressed
themselves upon the tissues in such
la in i iner that their presence can be
determined by certain well-known
tsts. These inactive cases may be
1 converted into active cases by weak-
ness caused by some other disease,
! or by a cold, or some unusual physi-
Tuberculosis is never hereditary,
but is acquired after birth. Most in-
fections occur during early childhood).
The genms are found most commonly
in the sputum of those suffering'
with the disease. They may be found
occasionally In the pus discharged
from other organs of the body affect-
ed by tuberculosis disease such, for
example as the knee joint
Prolonged intimate associitlon of
healthy persons with those having
acuta tuberculosis leads to infection
Infection may be acquired also
under some circumstances by the in-
halation of the dust of dried and
ground jp luptam In the homes and
the streets. Most commonly, however,
as a mode of infection the germs are
conveyed to the mouth upon the fing-
ers of children who have been play
ing in contaminated places—the floor,
aide walks, gutters, etc. Or with lood
I handled by careless consumptives, in
| the home, crowded shops, cars, and
places o< assembly. Milk from tuber-
cular cows Is also a common source
The deaths from tuberculosis In the
United States now average 150,000 a
year. Every three and one-half min-
utes some man, woman, or child dies
from its ravages.
One-tenth of all the people who die
in the United States are victims of
Yet Tuberculosis is a preventable
and curable disease.
The National Tubrculosis Associa-
tion with its 1,990 affiliated oarganiza
lions plan to search out,, every undis-
covered case and put the afflicted per-
son in Tftie way of obtaining proper
treatment This work is financed
chiefly by the sale of Christmas seals.
Lend your support by sealing your
letters and Christmas packages with
Tuberculosis Chrr.stmas Seals. On sale
at all stores from December 1 to 25
This is the season for thanksgiving.
We have every reason to be thaakfu)
Drumright and her people at this
time, are enjoying health and pros-
perity and are thankful to God for
the peace and prosperity of our land
Therefore I, W. B Neodemus by
viruie of authority vested in me as
mayor of Drumright, hereby proclaim
Thursday, November 26, IS2$, a
day of thanksgiving and worship, and
request that all busienss paune tor at
least a part of that day, between the
hooirs of 10:30 a. m. until 2:00 o'clock
p. nv in reverent thankfulness
Dated under my band and seal this
22nd day of November; 1920.
W E NICODEMUS
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
T7e have moved the mattress fac-
tory to 415 E. Broadway. Old mat-
'.resaes made like new, and new ones
aade to order. Phone 616. We dellv-
If you have a plain or fancy dress,
prnces slip, dress to make over, coat
to rellne, collar and cuff set, hem
stitching, picotlng. That's sewing
Take it to Mrs. Ethel Bagwell Room
519 over Guaranty State Bank or
Phone 421, #t.
Prom my place 2 miles east of
Drumright one yellow Jersey cow,
about 5 years old. Branded L on right
Jaw. Last seen In or near Prairie Yar
hla yards. Reward for Information
leading to the recovery or return to
Wmt L. Jhnson, P. 0 Box 621 Drum-
Furnished room with private tonal-
ly. 118 Oak street Phoae <71.
will be open Thanksgiving Day and will serve i
(in addition to their regular well cooked j
vegetables and meats)
Roast Turkey with Dressing t
Cranberry Sauce Fruit Salad |
And all things that goes to make a delightful
Thanksgiving dinner. Prices reasonable.
Drumright's Only Cafeteria
125 E. Broadway Drumright, Okla. ..
"Think and Thank"
for Motion Today
"Think and 7' t\as the motto
upon the fnmlly v.:cat ot the great He-
brew philanthropist Sir loses Monte-
flore. It would be uu appropriate
armorial motto for America today.
These two little English words, differ-
ing In a 3ingle vowel, were originally
Identical. In the Anglo-Saxon tongue,
a "thank" was a "think." Thanking
comes from thinking, and thankful-
ness from thoughtfulness and thanks
giving from thought-giving. This will
be a season of unusual thanksgiving—
for we are made to think as we have
not been wont to think. It will be
a very selfish soul that this ««•' .n
fails to think-of the sorrows ana ..e
sufferings of others.
Look back at that first Aia# .can
Thanksgiving. Strange skies, sparse
settlements, sparse larder, savage en-
emy, but thankful spirit! What makes
the memory of the Pilgrim so pre-
vious? His thankfulness ! As Howell
"It is no Improper comparison that
a thankful hear* Is like a box of pre-
cious ointment which keeps the smell
long after the thing Is spent."
The Pilgrim and the Puritan have
passed on, hut they have left us a
precious possession—a Thanksgiving
day and the Thanksgiving spirit
Theirs was the Indomitable spirit be-
cause they "thanked God and took
courage." They landed undesignedly
on a "rock-bound wintry strand," but
they thanked God and took courage.
They found no gold, but they did find
the golden grain of a first harvest and
they thanked God and took courage.
They found a rude wilderness, but
they thanked God and took courage,
■ nd furrows were turned and towns
were buHt and cities grew and facto-
ries flourished and culture developed
and Instead of a wilderness a garden
blossomed and the fragrance of their
memory still survives and the spirit
of their grace still inspires.
Is Absolutely the
Natural Health Method
in Existence Today.
See S. E. COPPLE
At Savoy Hotel—Office Phone 77
Residence Phone 440-3 Rings
I MUSIC SHOP ::
I Announces a first ••
| class piano tuning ::
)• and repairind de- "
j partment to be con-
f ducted in connect-
ion with the regular
Repairs Promptly and properly ] |
Made. Expert Tuner with *'
Eighteen years Experience.
"Once Tried Always Satisfied"
Come tn and listen to the best
talking machine on the market
for the money. We have the
best Perfumes, Toilet ArtMes
Prescriptions Carefully Com-
GRERTINtt A FRIEND
on THANKSGIVING Day will be a pleasure
when you are looking your best in a suit that
we have rendered spotless and as attractive
When you entrust your garments to us you
know you are getting the most careful sani-
tary work in
CLEANING and PRESSING
Bagwell's Cleaning Works
Phones 331 and 175 113 North Ohio •
M"> I i 1 H I 111"H >♦ _
We Thank You
We are thankful that we are still ab)e to of-
fer you the best goods the markets afford at : J
prices that you can af ford which gives us such j
a volume of business that we can afford to
limit profits to a minimum that anyone can j
WHO IS YOUR DENTIST.
tf your teeth need dental work, let's talk It over, N aeeta yes
oth>nt but a little time. My motU Is «ootf werk Icr leu 11 I nK
itss pain. All work guaranteed.
Lady In Office.
PHONE 4, " Office ever Sutranty State Bank.
•:S« A. M. te 11:00; i:M to #:«• ff. ■; *■
DR. CLARK, RCNTirr.
In The Derrick
OUR DELIVERY SERVICE IS YOUR5
Beautify the Complexion
IN TEN DA YS^
Nad inola CREAM
Hie UoeqiuJed Brwtifitr
U ed and Endorsed
Guaranteed to re-
move tan, freckles,
etc. Extreme case*
twenty days. Rids pores and tissues
of impurities. Leaves the skip dear,
toft, heakh,. Two sizes. Sold by
leading toilet counters Of maiL
NATIONAL TOILET CO.. fmrim. Umm
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