Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 55, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 17, 1917 Page: 3 of 4
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THE DRUMRIGHT DERRICK
A three room house with a 50 foot
lot East of the Wheeler school, shin-
gle roof, neatly papered, this is a bar-
gain; will sell for the small price of
$375.00, all cash.
A three-room house with a garage,
50-foot corner, on Cherry and Harley ;
avenue, south front, rooms are all j
papered, good well of water, all fenc-
ed, rooms are 14x14, nice porch, all
painted. You should see this placc,
it is worth not less than $1,000.00;
will sell for $550.00 cash.
We have a few houses to rent in all
parts of the city. See—
H. L. COHEN
"The Real Estate Man"
Phone 207. Evans Rooms
Two Doors Ei.st of Guaranty Bank
DR. I. I. RAMEY
Office girl in office from 8 a.
m. to 6 p. m. Office over
Drumright State Bank, Room
105. Diseases of Women.
Electrical Treatments and X-
Ray. Calls answered.
Railroad Strike Ordered For Walkout Saturday Night
Does not effect us. We have just received a large shipment of Building Material,
Glass, Roofing and Cement. Again we are prepared to cope with the big issue of the day.
Long-Bell Lumber Company
Jim Henley, Manager
We Sell Glass and Paint.
Who are Sufferers of Any Fe-
Use Our Primeda Balm Treat-
Saves Operations; Restores
Health and Youth
Call or Phone 352
MRS. HOMER WILSON
130 Second Ohio Ave.
I will pay $25.00 for the arrest and
$25.00 for the return and $50.00
more if the thief is convicted that
stole my model 16, 5-passenger Ford
car Sunday night from in front of
my residence on South Ohio. Car
used about six months, number 135- j
9539, wind shield broken, new one
Address Dr. Wm. Neal, or chief of
police, Drumright, Oklahoma.
Phone No. 90 for job printing.
Look Who's Here!
* A HIGH CLASS <fl
10 ■ PEOPLE ■ 1"
Bigger and Better than Ever
Who as "Toby" has caused more people
to laugh than all other comedians to
ever play in Drumright.
The dainty little lady who plays emo-
tional drama to perfection.
Is made up of sixteen of the Best
Comedians and Dramatic Players in the
West, presenting all Late and Popular
Comedies and Dramas, with a nightly
offering of new and snappy Vaudeville
YOU KNOW THEM-
Because they have played to the largest
houses ever gathered in Drumright,
Their plays are the kind that are enjoy-
able and always presented so that they
With a Big Matinee Special, playing
throughout entire week with a change
of program every day.
The Tabasco Girls are making
their final appearance at the Strand
theatre today. "Pee Wee" Myers,
the man with the educated feet, will*
be seen for the last time, and he has
saved up a number of new steps to
present before the audience this ev-
ening;. Without doubt hc is one of
the best dancers to ever appear in a
local theatre, making his feet talk to
any tune to the delight of hundreds
who have seen him. Jack Hill, play-
ing the lead with the Tabasco Girls,
is also at his best this evening, and
Miss Bobbie Mack will offer a num-
ber of new selections in popular song
hits. In pictures the seventh episode
of that super-serial, "The Secret
Kingdom" will be shown, featuring
those two celebrities Charles Richman
and Dorothy Kelly. Charlie Chaplin,
the funniest man in America, will ap-
j pear at the Strand today in "The
| Rounders", one of his latest come-
dies. "Captain Jinks Should Wor-
ry" Is the title of a big Vitagraph
comedy, with "He Never Touched
Me" as another big laugh producer
to be shown today. •
Come hear Aunt Minerva tell her
experience. At the High School Au-
ilitorium, March 10.
MEN S SUITS MADE TO ORDER
Cleaned and Pressed
Alterations and Fashionable Dress
MRS. C. A. HAYHOW,
Across from Tri-State Livery.
Idle Hour Theatre
The Idle Hour theatre has arrang-
ed a splendid mixed program for the-
ater-goers today. "The Folly of Fan-
chette" is the title of a big two-reel
Imp drama which will* head the pro-
gram today, featuring Mae Bush, ab-
ly supported by Malcom Blevins and
an all-star cast. This is a powerful
society drama, lately released thru
the Universal program. "Heroes of
The Plains" is another big drama for
today, being one of the western type,
filled with pure western blood and
spirit. "The Fireman's Bride," a
Victor comedy in which Jane Gail
and Matt Moore feature as the prin-
cipal characters, is one of the latest
comedies of the Reason. "The Heart
of Mary Ann", a Universal drama,
written and directed by Miss Ruth
Stonehouse, in which she also plays
the leading role, will be shown to-
day. A Powers cartoon will climax
COMING: "FALL OF A NATION," AT STRAND THEATRE,
MARCH 18TH. AND 19TH.
THE FALL OF A NATION
Enchanting Love Story of Lovers Vvho Lead a Mystic Band of Girl Patriots
to LIBERTY or DEATH.
A sequel to
THE BIRTH OF A NATION.
WHAT THE FALL OF A NATION IS
A bugle call to aims for National Defense, the origin and destiny of our
Republic. It depicts the crime of Unpreparedncss in a most gripping man-
ner. It is both historical and imaginative, contains battle scenes greater
than ever depicted on any screen. A heart throb in every foot. Length
Chas. Waldon, a multi-millionaire, whose money finances an uprising
of alien residents of the United States. Aided by n foreign power, the in-
surgents capture the Atlantic sea board, and their huge Skoda guns hurl
death and destruction on New York.
America falls, the multi-millionaire is made Governor-General of the
Province of America, with the title of Prince, and the United States be-
comes an Imperial Domain.
The American forces, driven westward, but not defeated, spent two
years in preparing. They are aided by a Women's "Loyal Legion", which
was organized by the Prince to spread the Doctrine of Imperialism. When
the times comes to strike the blow the reorganized American army sweeps
in from the west, falls on the invading forces, and drives them to the sea.
The foreign power is driven out for good and all, and the "Flag" once more
flies over the LAND OF THE FREE AND THE HOME OF THE BRAVE.
Doors Open Sunday at 1:00 P. M. and Continue to 12:00 P. M.
BALCONY 25c- DOWN STAIRS 50c CHILDREN 25c
At The STRAND THEATER
MARCH 18th, and 19lh
R. G. CLEMENTS
Justice of the Peace
Pennsylvania Avenue and First Street
C. D. Blachly R. M. Blachljr
Physician and Surgeon Dentist
DRS. BLACHLY, BLACHLY,
BLACHLY & BLACHLY
Phone No. 48.
H. L. Blachly Lucile Spire Blachly
Dentist Physician & Surgeon
o L. JAMES MARKS 0
0 Attorney-at-Law O
o Six Years' Experience Depart- o
o ment of Justice, United States o
o Government o
o City Hall Building o
Linton's Musical Revue closes its
week's engagement at the Pastime
theatre this evening by offering that
high-class musical farce comedy "A
Trip to Florida," featuring Frank-
Anderson and Eddie Hall, those two
funny New York fellows, who have
been spreading waves of laughter
through the Pastime theatre during
their week's stay in the city. Joe
Curley and the Hall Sisters will also
be features of today's bill. Those
visiting the Pastime today will see
one of the classiest shows of the en-
tire season, as it is a play that has
been witheld for the closing date, bet-
ing one of the best in the repertoire
of this splendid company. In pictures
today the Pastime is showing some of
the latest features of the season.
Coming to this theatre tomorrow and
staying through a week's engagement
will be Wilbucl^ Comedians, featur-
ing Frederick Wilson, in the role of
"Tobie." This company needs no in-
troduction to theatre-goers of Drum
right, having appeared here several
times before. It is known to be one
of the strongest stock companies
playing this circuit, carrying sixtoen
people for all plays.
Dr. Charlea C. Sims
Dr. William Penn Sims
FOR SALE 0
o Practice limited to Pri- o
o vate Diseases and Dis- o
o eases of the Rectum. o
o Fulkerson Building. Op- o
o posite Post Office. o
Chummy roadster, with
special body, looks so differ-
ent, best of condition. Inquire
Central Garage or Derrick of-
o Hand Tailoring Satisfaction o
o All Wool Will Be Your, o
o HYLAND o
o $17 TAILORING CO. o
o. .3rd Door East Guaranty State, .o
o On Broadway o
o Notice to o
o GAS CONSUMERS o
o ■ O
o February gas bills are now o
o past due. o
o Gas will be shut off and me- o
o ters removed from delinquent o
o consumers on March 16th. o
Dr. Bertha o
Also Electrical Treat- o
Phone 228. Masaad Bid. 0
TO PLAY HERE
Blind Boone, fampus throughout
the entire southwest and much in
demand at Chatauquas and enter-
tainments, will be in Drumright with
his company on the night of March
27. The Boone company will be
brought here under the auspices of
the Ladies Aid Society of the M. E.
Church. Boone, who is totally blind,
is an accomplished musician and his
entertainments are said to be very
unique and pleasing.
0 NEW AND SECOND. 0
0 hand furniture bought, sold 0
0 and exchanged. 0
0, W. E. MELTON 0
0 Second Door South of Broad- 0
0 way, on Ohio Avenue 0
REAL ESTATE WANTED
Room size rugs 9x12 $0.00.
cus Furniture Store.
I want to list every piece of 0
property in Drumright owned 0
by residents or non-residents, 0 j
either vacant or improved, for 0
rent or sale. 0
I can get results for you. 0
H. L. COHEN 0
The Real Estate Man 0
Evans Rooms. 'Phone 165 0
Star Shoe Shop
Opposite Drumright State Bank
North Pennsylvania Avenue
Hand-Sewed Soles and Cement
Work a Specialty
We Guarantee Our Work
HENRY T. RECTOR, Prop
DO NT BE
Break down the
Evans Rooms Bldg. 'Phone 165
Messages and Parcels deliv-
ered to all parts of the city
and oil field,
The Oil Field's Largest *
0 CITY B1LLPOSTING CO 0
o (Licensed) 0
0 Card Tacking, Bill Distribut- 0
0 uting and Posting 0
0 Phone 95 0
o W. O. MAYFIELD o
o Auto Livery 0
o Phone 330 o
o All Calls Promptly Answered o
0 Day and Night. o
o Dentistry Phone 55 o
o Horses Clipped—Horse Shoe- o
O ing o
DR. D. B. EASLEY
O Veterinary Hospital o
o Special Attention Given Lame- o
o ness and Chronic Diseases o
O Opp. Depot. Drumright, Ok. o
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Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 55, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 17, 1917, newspaper, March 17, 1917; Drumright, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc148137/m1/3/: accessed May 27, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.