Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 258, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 11, 1916 Page: 4 of 4
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When You Come Down Town
tonight after •upper, you will find this .tore .warming
with .hopper., taking advantage of our Doomed Sale,
which, doubtless, ha. no precedent in the hi.tory of the
city. You will be glad to see the many wonderful and u-
toni.hing reduction, we have made on our entire tock of
high grade merchandise.
A Merciless Slaughter
Look, What Awaits You
10 yards of our very best grade of 12 l-2c
heavy outing, for
Regular 15c grade
All 75c woolen dress
goods at Doomed
Marvel, and Well You May
1 I yards of the well known yard-wide "LL"
brown domestic, regular 12 l-2c value for
Limit 10 yards to a customer.
Sit Up and Take Notice
10 yards of standard 12 l-2c grade of Dress
Ginghams in endless variety of patterns for
Limit 10 yards to a customer.
12 l-2c Brown Sheet
ing. Doomed price
Best 12 l-2c apron-
check ginghams, at
have many good bar-
corsets, all standard
at prici-s to save mon-
sales force will be glad
All $1 new fall wool-
en dress goods at
Trunks and Bags that
want to go traveling
to the tune of
This Is the Very Best Yet
10 yards of the very best yard-wide "Hope-
bleached domestic, 12 l-2c value, all 10 yds
Limit 10 yards to a customer.
There is no reason
why you should pay
high prices for your win
ter suit when we are of-
fering such startling
values. Hundreds of late
styles, all wool fabrics
suits are being dispoi
ed of during our Doom-
ed Sale at prices that
will save you from $5
New fall fancy suit-
ings, 35c values,
Regular 12 l-2c grade
9 l-2c yd
SUFFRAGE IN SO. DAKOTA
Sioux Falls, S. D.—Woman suffrage
as a state issue is carried in South
n i , . ****
Dakota with state-wide prohibition
and a republican ticket.
The republican ticket seems about
twelve thousand to the good, with
prohibition twenty thousand strong.
fodeay" Of fer,ne8ir "A^Night POn "h<L Pa8time Theatre
O Too Late To Classify „
FREDERICK W ILSON
>ng he t the trail back to the litUe
, ~to settle down agi.in to
the quiot life of his little cjuntry
- _ ' " '1U ' comedy drama
its, editor of the Sham-
ipeut -he p.is u
'h"1 it conies to h-o.)d
Unds at the top- ;u.l
id and Bluebird Inv-
ited. As a new. p p,r
rr, he stands Without a
filliant, handsome and
>e jus: has to , et out
ce in a while to keep
the wa\ s of u city and
i lights on Broadway. !
owever, is muefi HlL ,
going to the county
;,i"e filing a puce
and this morii-
j LOST—Invoice book of Pierce Oil
j Corporation, between River and
Drumright. Finder return to Clover
1 Ll'af Grocery and receive reward.
FOR SALE—A large horse, 6 years
old.^ne small mule, 4 years old.
! Pne farm w"Kon and two sets of chain
harness. E. D. Fritta. Phone 499.
W ANTED A woman or girl for gen-
eral housework. Apply E. B. Fritts
'or Phone 499• - 258-3tp
ROAD WILL BE COMPLETED
It is now an assured fact that the
Sapulpa and Oil Field Railroad will
j extend its line from Shamrock to this
jCity. President Hopkins of that road,
«'ill be here Monday for a meeting
j with the business men. J. H. Hulme,
•president of the Retailers' AssociaJ
J 'ion, and C. C. Marshall, president of
the Guaranty State Bank, were in
I .'onftrence with Mr. Hopkins, Thurs.
j day, and a meeting will be held in
tne near future to take steps to start
! the work. This is a move that every
citizen in this city and the surround-
ing field should be interested in, and
one that they should boost for.
November 1st, one mile south and
six miles east of Drumright, two bay
pomes, one has bloeh on jaw one
with dim brand on shoulder. Address
J. H .Hogue, Ro. 2, Box 92, Bristow
0k,a' _ _ 267-114W
One Jersey dehorned cow, giving
milk. Party owning same can have
cow by paying for this advertisement
and the keeping of the cow. Call at
Prairie Pipe Line station for Tom
Before the Kirk-Dudley bout be-!
pran, Manager Clune, announced that [
Otto Wallace of Milwaukee, had is-
sued a challenge to the winner. Wal-1
lace is well known here, having don-
ned the mitts several times in this i
Dr. R. L. Hudspath, a prominet
physician, and L. D. Ford, of the
Shawnee Milling company of Shaw-
nee, are among the out-of-town visi-
tors in the city today.
the holidays, and some article P,reP*red for
been sold; if so if „,i, you ad ,n m'nd
ke your ti^l^certafeK* "5"*?
cannot be duplicated this year. * RO°d*
•ur Immense Stock
f'?he%rthwbee,tttetoobU-Uniti:tha" any store
monds, watches, jewelry, cVgll^d"X
Mail Us Your Orders
sible, we will ship IheJrderthl Zt,0n'Jand: if P -
ceived. er the same day it is re-
We arc members of the Merchant.' a • .
A. Y. Boswell Co.
123 South Main Street
Knights and Ladies of Security
will meet at the Moose Hall, Mondav
night November 13th. AH members
requested to be present. 257-3t
W hen sh jpping down town, visit
Kidmen 's Drug Store. You will find
something yo uneed. Free delivery
f:h°ne 3*' 244-tf.
1' RE FA b'au,i,u' c«uiog
of the latest (tyUa
b^irdreating, (tat<lring the Sanitary
Cr,„. H.,r Good.. Send for one.
'"""OP MAKCNELLO PARLORS
225 1-2 W. Maui St. OkU. City, Ok.
LOST—Last Friday, lsdv's ' i. """ lc"'" yesterday at Ful-
wateh, 15-jewel Elgin, open Uce 1 vrame"^ ^" VCry °ne"sided
the initial "M" on back. Return to the tnT r 1° T® °f 80 to °' The vi3"
Drun,right State Hank and receive i 1" . tm°re trainin*
$5.00 reward.—Frank Pritchard ... ® m°™ ®^re3s'Te thoughout the
game, and at no tune allowed the Io-
cs boys to get a start. A large crowd
witnessed the game and rooted for
the Drumright eleven, but their en-
couragement did not have effect and
the Chandler squadron returned home
yesterday evening, victors of the
loosest gam* of the season.
ru A Kir., r-r, "" A week ago the chairman of the
CHANDLER 80, DRUMRIGHT 0 rePul>'>™n state committee was claim-
ing Oklahoma for Hughes by 30,000
and now the republican national com-
mitteeman has reduced the majority
to 10,000. The Hughes slump in Ok-
lahoma might be called the slumpus
fOUND—8 keys and shoe buttoner. [ .... . ..
Party can have same by celling at: Pig-skin artists of the
Heck s Garage and paying for this Hl!?h School showed game-
ad' 258.lt ""I a"d f0Ufrht hard' they ^iled to
™.ee.t 'hf onrushes of the Chandler
High School team yesterday at Ful
kerson nnrlr O_
. ! he next amendment to the U S
Constitution should provide for th
' piasident and vice presi-
ient by popular vote. The uml,
and should be discu'r"™6""'1 8y"tem
Phone No. 90 for Job printing.
DRUMRIGHT STEAM LAUNDRY
The Drumright Steam Lsundry will
continue to take laundry and make
prompt deliveries as usual.
229-tf. Drumright Lauadry Co.
w. O. MAYFIELD o
Auto Livery 0
0 Phone 330 0
O All Call. Promptly An.wered o
Day and Night. 0
Newspaper advertising is the prop-
er remedy to boost a business. Oc-
casionally one finds a merchant who
believes in but does not take news-
paper space, because he favors the
antiquidated system of handbills and
signs along the public highways. The
j latter are contrary to every princi-
ple of scientific advertising. The
fundamental principle of modern death " "mous lo^ in the
publicity, is to appeal to i„tel"g S ^ fo" «iy
and logical sense. "Reason Why" ad DromH ^ h. Was a
i vertasing is the keynote of every con-
mention of advertising experts. "Rea.
n,W',y "dvertising is impossible in
roadside publicitj . The swiftly going
motorist can t read letters less than
two feet in height. Was even a pedes-
m 2lT St°P and c°nsider
a bill board? On the contrary, he
hates its intrusion on the scenery and
curses the man who erected it-El
Pronunent h« a
",a' wil) hard to finVtH,as bm,Cl:
prosence wil, be badly mj "ed f.T
iure meetings of the association)
m^"P.er '' ffetti"S so high that shoe
manufacturers can now afford to
PhowUx. °Ut °f ,6ather-Mu8ko-
Shawnee now feels lik« .
enougrh big citv fiAr t real HUr®
-nd inte urban tot6"1 C<,r "y-
'■0,1 up |)V ,, ' " t0 Tecuraseh are
-"Ik., unless he hasY^
<>r has a irood j own
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