Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 91, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 29, 1916 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DRUMRIGHT EVENING DERRICK
FOR SALE, LOST. ETC.
FOR RENT—Two well located, desir-
able office rooms. Inquire O'Dell
4 Stephenson. 51-tf
FOR SALE—5-roem house, dining
room furniture and gas range. Call
at 234 Wood street. 86-6tp
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cost one cent a word for each day,
and must be paid for when ordered.
No ad accepted for les than 15 centi.
FOR RENT—Two nicely furnished
rooms for light housekeeping on
Maple street. See school janitor on
north side. 90-3tp
LOST—Diamond lavalier, a keep-
take. Liberal reward. Return to
office of Dr. Cunningham, Massad
WANTED—Pasture for mare and
colt. Address A. D. Nichols, cor-
ner Virginia and Noble. 87-fit
FOR RENT—Three-room furnished
house; close in, good location. In-
quire Dr. D. B. Easley, telephone
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN—
One bay horse, eight years old, 16
hands high; weight 1,050 or 1,100
pounds; white spot on back, caused by
harness; no marks or brands. Phone
37 or notify Wilson's Livery, former-
ly Russell's Livery. 90-3t
SWIMMING POOL TO OPEN.
The swimming pool on Pennsylva-
nia avenue will open for the season
in the near future. Mr. Bass has
made considerable improvements and
the public will have a splendid place
tr cool off this summer when the
hot weather comes.
DRUMRIGHT^ BIG PROGRAM
i FOR SALE—100 gallons high grade
gasoline; very much cheaper than
| you can buy it anywhere else. We
are overstocked. Apply at The Der-
| rick office.
FOR SALE—3-room house and lot;
small barn; has young fruit trees
planted; cheap for cash if sold at
once. Call at this office. 91-ltp
WANTED—Position as waiter in res-
taurant or salesman in grocery
store; best of references. Room 28,
Razook rooms. 91-2t
STRAYED—Chestnut sorrel driving
horse, blazed face, white feet; wire
cut on left front knee. Reward. War-
ren Klinger. 87-7t
FOR SALE-—Two-room house, 50-
foot lot, four blocks north of Drum-
right State bank, one block from
high school. Good well of water, side-
walk all the way. See owner at Mar-
cus' furniture store. 89-3t
WANTED—Position as cahsier in a
restaurant or a position in some
good home. Call at this office.
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished south-
east bedroom. Reference requir-
ed; gentleman preferred. Two doors
south of swimming pool. 91-lt
Ira I.Ramey, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office Over Drumright
State Bank. General Prac-
tice; Midwifery; Acute and
Chronic Diseases. Calls ans-
wered day or night. Phone
= SHOP =
L. SHAPIRO, Prop.
Under New Management.
We do all kinds of high
grade shoe repair work. Eve-
rything done electrically and
guaranteed, at reasonable
prices. H. Fulkerson Bldg.
Phone 298. We call for and
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Santa Fe Station.
10:15 a. m.—Automobile Trips to
Points of Interest in the City.
11:30 a. m.—Shooting an Oil Well;
(well is located in heart of
Noon—Trip to Famous Gypsy-Gilles-
pie 20,000-Barrel Well at the
Edge of City.
12:30 p. m.—Presentation of Three
City Lots to Three Oklahoma
1:00 p. m.—Grand Open Air Barbe-
cue at Fulkerson Park.
2:00 p. m.—Carnival of Sport, In-
cluding Baseball Game, Box-
ing Exhibition and Rnc?s
(Free tor all Editorial Talk-
fest in Especially Provided
2:30 p. m.—Reception Tendered the
Editors' Wives by the Ladies
4:00 p. m.—Gathering Up the Frag-
4;00 p. m.—Entrain.
4:02 p. m.—"Good-Bye Everybody."
The First National Bank
In our New Location, Corner Broadway and
Ohio Avenue, Drumright, Okla.
Capital - - - - $25,000
Surplus, Profits - $10,000
Conservative, Accurate, Accommodating. Our service embra-
ces the smallest and largest transactions
R. B. Farris, Pres., J. G. Bennett, Vice-Pres.,
J. H. Perry, Cashier.
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CHOKED TO DEATH.
| J. B. Millaway, the East Broadway
i sjroceryman, lost one of his delivery
horses last night. The horse was tied
i in the stall and got the rope around
I one leg and choked to death before
] anyone got to the barn.
The Electric Studio
Rend your Portrait home for Easter. Your friends can buy
anything you can give them except your photograph.
The best purchase ever made for
a home is a "Grand" refrigerator.
They are sold by the Norfolk Hard-
ware and Furniture company and
guaranteed to be made of the best
materials, thoroughly sanitary and
will save their price in ice during the
first summer. 86-tf
The best purchase ever made for a
home is a "Grand" refrigerator. They
are sold by the Norfolk Hardware
and Furniture company and guaran-
teed to be made of the best materials,
thoroughly sanitary and will save
their price in ice during the first
FOR RENT—Two-room house, fur-
nished. South of B. B. Jones. Ad-
dress M. W. Gibson. R. 255. 89-3t
FOR SALE—Four-room house, 22x
24; lot 50x150; garage 12x20, and
garden; one-half block east of high
school building. 90-5t
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN—One
black mare, 10 years old, 1200 lbs;
wire cut on left front foot and left
front knee; white spot on forehead.
Reward. W. A. Williamson. 119 Ma-
ple street, Drumright. 90-3tp
HELP WANTED—Middle aged lady
for general housework. Call over
Con's pool hall or phone 74 90-2t
Subject to acton of primary, Au-
For County Treasurer.
ENOS R. PICKETT.
For Court Clerk
R. M. HOLCOMB.
For County Clerk.
GUS L. COREY.
For County Commissioner, Third Dis.
For County Commissioner, Second
L. E. (SHORTY) GIBSON.
FOR SALL Model 31 Buick touring Remember the pla-e, opposite J. 0.
car. In good condition. Inquire (> p building, Nor^n ( 1 io avenius;
R. D. Taylor, livery driver. 90-6t r,hone No. 419.
We have 6,000 acres of
fine pasture land for stock.
Will take stock or cattle
at $1.25 per head; keep
three fine blooded bulls in
pasture. Excellent graz-
ing, good fence and plen-
ty of water. Inquire at Al-
abama Grocery for
S. E. Tubbs
MEMORIZE THE NAME!
It's equal to an Insurance Policy of Satis-
faction in every Home.
the Perfect Flour, means
all the name implies.
Best for Bread, Biscuit and Cakes—Particular Baking.
Thousand of housewives in Oklahoma put their faith, their in-
terest and their patronage behind this dependable product; it
never disappoints. Try a sack—Now.
YOUR GROCER WILL SUPPLY YOU.
Will Exhibit In Drumright All Next Week —
BEGINNING MONDAY, MAY 1st
Continuing Till Saturday, May 6th
Our paraphernalia consists of $10,000 Jumping Horse Merry-Go-Round;
Minstrel Show with 14 Southern Darkey Comedians; Athletic Show; The
Days ol '49, teature attraction of the Panama Exposition; The Sp:der Girl, a
$5,000 illusion; Big Den of Snakes; Louis, the South Sea Island Wonder.
MANY OTHER ATTRACTIONS
COME OUT AND HAVE A GOOD TIME
Plenty of Fun For Everybody—Both Old and Young
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Sterrett, W. S. Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 91, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 29, 1916, newspaper, April 29, 1916; Drumright, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc147924/m1/4/: accessed November 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.