Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 63, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 27, 1917 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DRUMRIGHT DERRICK
CITY NEWS ITEMS
A. H. Tieman of Alma, Mo,, was
n visitor here today.
G. J. McManus has returned from
a business trip to Tulsa.
Don A. Tolbert of Muskogee was
a business visitor here today.
C. E. Winans returned today from
a business trip to Oklahoma City.
Ross M. Stunts of Bartlesville is
amonji the business visitors to Drum-
W. E. Husselman, a piano dealer,
of Oklahoma City, was a business vis-
itor in Drumright today.
Get Busy In That Garden
Come to us for all implements such as Rakes, Hoes, Wire Fencing, Etc.
G. C. HERRMANN,
The Hardware Man
> Tmawsfcuicxi nc gem iMtura
W. 0. DeJannett of Cleveland mo-
tored over to Drumright today.
Hob Morrow, formerly of this eity
and now located at Sapulpa, wus her,,
today on business and visiting friends
II. T. Chrisney of the P i lace Drug
Stores returned today from Shaw-
nee where he spent the past two days
(ii business and visiting friends.
The regular meeting of the Drum-
right Relief Corps, No. 14, will be
held at the Brown rooms on East
Broadway, Friday, afternoon, March
Sleeplessness often follows overfa-
tigue, exhaustion and late-hour habits.
Those who retire at about nine are
of Oklahoma City, are here today ne lews often affected with It. Emotions
John Morris and t Mr. Kellog, both
gotiating for the purchase of an in-
terests in two local refineries.
and other excitements are causes. A
glass of hot milk, lemonade, or other
harmless beverage before retiring, a
hot mustard foot bath, ice packs, hot
blankets and other nondruBKlng iueth-
Drumright today were I .M. Hollaran ods all have conquests to their credit
of Oklahom i City; E. H. Cyphert of Medlclues are unsafe measures.
Bartlesville; and W. C. Woods, of .
I II. B. Gannaway has returned from a
j trip to Oklahoma City.
' J. R. Doaner of Muskogee, is vis-
I iting here today.
. Howard B. Henry of Oklahoma
j City is visiting friends here todav.
Among the business visitors
I Never any filibustering in congress
with a bill for pork comes up.
The Derrick ads get results.
No. 12 68.
Publishers' Report of the Condition of
THE GUARANTY STATE BANK
of Drumright, Oklahoma, March 5th, 191
Loans and Discounts
Securities with Banking Board
Stocks, Bonds, Warrants, Etc
Furniture and Fixtures
Rent Paid in Advance
Due from Banks
Checks and other Cash Items 510.71
Exchanges for Clearing House 2,648.24
Cash in Bank 12,428.24
Capital Stock Paid in $ 25,000.00
Surplus Fund 5,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Expenses and Taxes Paid 51.40
Individual Deposits Subject to Check 162,463.81
Time Certificates of Deposit 24,810.74
Certified Checks 1,500.00
Cashier's Checks Outstanding 13,894.24
STATE OF OKLAHOMA, County of Creek, ss.
I, Arthur Davis, Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the beat of my knowledge and belief so
help me God.
ARTHUR DAVIS, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 24th day of March, 1917.
CHAS. E. KING, Notary Public
My commission expires August 13, 1919.
C. C. MARSHALL,
M. C. LOVELL,
E. C. MORRIS, Directors.
Noticed Slight Difference.
L —0 "Do you know, George," remarked
Charles II. Roff, publisher and ed-1 Mn - ,Ray' "J slloul(1 8,,y the Brown.'
.... /.i ii i , marriage was an Ideal one. I couldn't
itor of the Cushing Independent, \v:> hHp ^ ^ |t
a visitoi at the Derrick office .Ion- there wasn't one word of disagreement,
day afternoon. Mr. Rofl recently , j believe they both think absolutely
started a daily edition of the Inde- alike." "They are a charming couple,
pendent anil says business is booming my dear, perfectly charming," said her
i husband, "but as to their thinking
| alike, Madge, did you notice that she
always thought first?"
Short skirts and low-necked dress-
es are in bad form when they have
a tendency to expose the family skel-
If Henry Ford gets as busy turn-
ing out sub chasers as he has tin
Lizzies there won't be any chance
for the ruthless instruments of de-
struction to make their get-a-way.
Oh, Mrs. Snooksl
"Listen to this, Matilda," said Mr.
Snooks, as he unfolded Ills scientific
paper. "This article states that In
some of the old Romnn prisons that
have been unearthed they found the
petrified remains of the prisoners."
"Gracious, James 1" exclaimed Mrs.
Snooks, with a smile; "them's what
they called hardened criminals, I ex-
She Meant Well.
An Independence bride, In order to
show her love for her husband, decided
to Inurider her husband's shirts. She
doubled the amount of starch. When
she removed them from the line she
couldn't get them through the back
door. She didn't cry, but sent them to
a laundry.—Kansas City Journal.
Might Suggest Action.
"While you are asking papa for my
hand In marriage, Philip, I'll be play-
ing something lively on the piano,"
said the sweet young thing. "No, I
wouldn't do that, Jessica," replied the
young man. "You know some people
can't keep their feet still when they
hear lively music."
Carranza has been chosen presi-
dent of Mexico, and correct returns
of the election were given in advance
of the balloting.
FOUND—Pair glasses with Bifocal
lenses, owner can have same by
proving property and paying for this
FOR SALE—A few dozen White
Leghorn hens. L. C. Powell, 1 1-2
miles west of Pemeta. Okla. 63-ltp
An Ohio woman is the prosecuting
attorney against another woman in
a murder case. The defendant's lib-
erty is not so much in jeopardy as
if the woman was on the jury.
WANTED—A solicitor at the Der-
rick office. tf
Warrants Nos. 23 to 08, inclusive,
1916 and 1917 series, on general
funds, are now payable.
37-tfc. ARTHUR DAVIS.
Phone No. 90 for job printing.
VOTE ON ALL SCHOOL
It is explained in the election April
3, each elector votes on all trustees
and treasurer of the school board.
For instance, a voter in the first
ward, vote on trustees from each of
the wards, the outlying districts and
for school treasurer.
The Model Laundry has the latest
machinery and are capable of doing
the high grade work when others fail.
Soft water is the cause. Phone 147.
TO MY FRIENDS AND PATIENTS.
I will be in Drumright Wednesday.
| Phone 290, Star Rooms.
C2-2tc MRS. HOMER WILSON.
; FOR SALE—1st lot south new Can-
field building, 1-2 block from Broad-
way. Address Box 252, Tulsa, Okla-
o Notice to o
o GAS CONSUMERS 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 consumers on March 16th.
606-914 and Bacterial
Vaccines used to Com-
bat Specific Infections
Dr. Stotts was former-
ly resident physician
at Hot Springs, Ark.
IS MY PROFESSIONAL FEE FOR
ANY UNCOMPLICATED CASE
I prefer to treat ten patients at $10 cach rather
than one patient for $100. Why? Because the more
patients I treat the more friends I have, for every
cured patient recommends others, and in this way
enables me to extend my field of usefulness.
Any man who wants treatment, now that I have
offered my services at such a LOW PRICE, has no
excuse for suffering another day. I don't care who has failed, if you come
to me I will treat you of any uncomplicated ailment for $10. Do not lef
false pride or modesty prevent you from obtaining treatment at once.
I am particularly anxious to see and consult skeptical people—men who
have tried different physicians and remedies without success, and have about*
given up all hope, for I believe thare is not only HOPE for them, but a
COMPLETE and LASTING benefit. At any rate, it will cost you nothing
to find out whether or not I can help you, as consultation and examina-
tion are FREE and invited. If 1 believe—after a careful examination—that
I cannot relieve you, I will candidly tell you so. I do not experiment or prac-
tice guess-work in any sense. So don't give up before consulting me.
1 treat all CHRONIC, NERVOUS, BLOOD, SKIN and SPECIAL DIS-
EASES OF MEN; so no matter what your ailment may be, it will pay you
to consult me before taking treatment elsewhere.
Daily office hours, 9 a. m. to 8 p. m., Sunday, 9 to 12 only.
0 POLITICAL 0
0 ANNOUNCEMENTS 0
For Mayor—Earl Powers.
City Clerk—A. J. Fogaley.
City Treasurer—Arthur Davis.
Aid. 1st Ward—C. E. Winans.
Aid. 4th Ward—Buck Tharel.
School Treas.—Mrs. O. J. Bridges.
2nd Ward—Dr. M. Fry.
3rd Ward—John Perry.
0 THE SERVESELF LUNCH
0 Open for business Monday
0 morning. Everybody welcome
0 209 East Broadway, fourth
0 door East of Guaranty State
GIVE US A TRIAL.
Mayor—W. H. Metz.
Second Ward—George T. Pelsey.
Ward 1—W. S. McMurray.
First Ward—A. J. Reid.
Second Ward—J. L. Woods.
School Treasurer—Mrs. Earl An-
Ward 2—J. E. Wise.
Ward 3—F**ed Ewing.
DR. STOTTS, Specialist,
211 1-2 S. Boston Ave.
Over Puritan Cafe
0 THE MECCA ROOMS 0
0 is now under New Manage- 0
! 0 ment. Everything neat and 0
0 clean. 0
0 Nice Roomg from $3.00 to 0
0 $4.00 Per Week. 0
o oooooooooooooo o
o oooooooooooooo o
o ALL KINDS o
o of o
o FRESH FLOWERS o
o and o
o FLOWER POTS o
o —at— o
o MRS. H. P. JENSEN'S o
o —at— o
o 218 East 3rd St. and Ohio. o
o oooooooooooooo o
C. D. Blachly R. M. Blachly
Physician and Surgeon Dentist
DRS. BLACHLY, BLACHLY,
BLACHLY & BLACHLY
Phone No. 48.
H. L. Blachly Lucile Spire Blachty
Dentist Physician & Surgeon
Messages and Parcels deliv-
eied to all parts of the city
and oil field.
o o o oo
W. H. Metz for Mayor
HOW YOUR CITY WILL BENEFIT BY ELECTING ME AS MAYOR.
GLASS FACTORY, RAILROADS REFINERIES and SMELTERS.
Your Interest is My Interest
WHAT THE GOVERNOR MEANS TO THE STATE, THE
MAYOR MEANS TO THE CITY. THE MAYOR CAN EITHER
BOOST OR KNOCK. HE CAN SAFEGUARD YOUR INTER-
ESTS, HE CAN MATERIALLY ASSIS T IN BUILDING THE
CITY, HE CAN KEEP AN EAGLE EYE ON YOUR TAXES
AND KEEP THEM DOWN, OR HE CAN USE HIS INFLU-
ENCE TO RUN THEM UP. HE CAN STAMP THE WILL OF
THE PEOPLE UNDER HIS FEET, HOLD THEM AT ARM'S
LENGTH, BAR THEM FROM HIS OFFICE OR HE CAN TAKE
THEM INTO HIS CONFIDENCE, HANG A WELCOME SIGN
OVER HIS OFFICE DOOR AND LET THEM KNOW THAT
HE IS EVER READY TO LISTEN TO THEIR APPEALS. IF
I AM ELECTED MAYOR OF DRUMRIGHT, I WANT THE
PEOPLE TO KNOW AND TO UNDERSTAND THAT I WILL
BE THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF ALL THE PEOPLE, AND
THAT THE MAN WHO HAS SUCCEEDED IN CLIMBING
THE LADDER OF FAME WILL HAVE TO TAKE HIS TURN
WITH THE MAN WHO WORKS IN THE DITCH.
WHAT DRUMRIGHT NEEDS IS A BUSINESS ADMIN-
ISTRATION, A MAN WHO WILL PROTECT YOUR INTER-
ESTS AND A SQUARE DEAL TO EVERY MAN, WOMAN
AND CHILD IN THE CITY. IF I AM ELECTED, THAT IS
WHAT I PROPOSE TO DO, AND I FEEL THAT I AM CAPA-
BLE OF DELIVERING THE GOODS. WE NEED FACTORIES,
GLASS PLANTS, SMELTERS, REFINERIES, ETC. I PROM-
ISE YOU HERE AND NOW THAT IF I AM ELECTED, I WILL
IMMEDIATELY TAKE THIS PROPOSITION UP AND PUSH
IT TO A SUCCESSFUL END. I WANT YOU VOTERS TO
INVESTIGATE MY CHARACTER, MY FITNESS, AND MY
Here Are Some of the Things I Stand For:
A GREATER DRUMRIGHT, MORE FACTORIES, LOW-
ER TAXES AND AN HONEST BUSINESS ADMINISTRA-
TION. I WANT TO BE YOUR NEXT MAYOR BECAUSE'l
KNOW I CAN RENDER YOU SOME GOOD SERVICE, I CAN
SAVE YOU SOME MONEY, I CAN ENHANCE THE VALUE
OF YOUR PROPERTY, I CAN AND WILL PLACE THIS CITY
ON A HIGH SCALE WHERE SHE WILL BE RECKONED
WITH BY ALL THE BIG CITIES.
Vote for METZ and PROTECT YOUR INTEREST
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