Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 67, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 31, 1917 Page: 2 of 8
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THE DRUMRIGHT DERRICK
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6-room house with sleeping porch,
close in, $30.00 a month. Phone 207.
0 POLITICAL 0
0 ANNOUNCEMENTS 0
For Mayor—Earl Power®.
City Clerk—A. J. Fogaley.
City Treasurer—Arthur Davis.
Aid. 1st Ward—C. E. Winan«.
Aid. 4th Ward—Buck Tharel.
School Treas.—Mrs. O. J. Bridges.
2nd Ward—Dr. M. Fry.
3rd Ward—John Perry.
AN APT PUPIL. ~ ~
"Tho great trouble with yoB/* Bald
Mrs. Jaggsby to her husband, the
morning after the night before, *1
your Inability to say 'No!' Learn to1
say It at the proper time and you yrtll
have fewer headaches."
"I can see where you have the ?l£ht
brand of dope, my dear," replied he pf
the throbbing temples.
"By the way," continued Mrs. Jj
"I want to do a little shopping today.
Can you let me have $10?"
"No," answered the wily Jaggsby,
without a moment's hesitation.
Georgette Unrivaled in Spring Blouses
Mayor—W. H. Metz.
Second Ward—George T. Pelsey.
Ward 1—W. S. McMurray.
What Worried Him.
"Papa, dear," said the anxious
daughter, "you must not worry be-
cause Ilarold Is going to marry me and
take me far away from you and
"Oh, a little thing like thnt isn't
going to worry me," replied the fond
parent, "but if he ever does anything
that will cause yon to come back to
us again, I'll certainly do him bodily
First Ward—A. J. Reid.
Second Ward—J. L. Woods.
School Treasurer—Mrs. Earl An-
Ward 2—J. E. Wise.
Ward 3—Fred Ewing.
C. D. Blachly R. M. Blachly
Physician and Surgeon Dentist
DRS. BLACHLY, BLACHLY,
BLACHLY & BLACHLY
Phone No. 48.
H. L. Blachly Lucile Spire Blach!y
Dentist Physician & Surgeon
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o CYCLONE MESSENGER o
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o Messages and Parcels deliv- o
o ered to all parts of the city o
o and oil field. o
"I have here," said the party with
the unbarbered hair who had ejected
his person Into the editorial sanctum
when the office boy wasn't looking, "a
little poem entitled 'A Pauper's
"Huh!" growled the editor. "Noth*
| Ing remarkable ubout that. Who has
I a better right to be grave than a pau* |
| per? You certainly wouldn't expect
his mirth to slop over, would you?"
ASKED RIGHT PERSON.
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C. E. WINANS
If elected I will use my best
judgment for all interests of
the people and for Drumright
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O GAS CONSUMERS o
o February gas bill, are now o
o past due. 0
o Gas will be shut off and me- o
« ters removed from delinquent o
o consumers on March 16th. o
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"Who was the Inventor of the wire-
"Don't you know thnt? Any fool
tould tell you."
"That's why I asked you."
Wanted at the Derrick offic
once, a press feeder.
Nothing quite rivals georgette crepe
for blouses of all kinds. The texture
of the material Is so exquisite and re-
fined that It tones down the boldest
of the new colors to the point of raak-
lnk them wearable. The surface of
this silk, like that of crepe de chine,
Is as soft and velvety as a rose petal,
and added to this Is Its sheerness.
Even pumpkin and orange color are
delicate In It, with sulphur yellow and
the most brilliant rose shades at their
Very small beads and silk embroid-
ery, rather sparingly used, set off the
latest arrivals In waists, with orna-
mentation «n a contrasting color. In
the picture a waist In sulphur color Is
embroidered and beaded with silk In
Joffre blue. The same model, shown
in sand color, Is brightened with em-
broidery in coral pink. The tiny but-
tons us«'d are usually satin covered
and of the .same color as the embroid-
Sleeves continue long; collars open
at the tbroat and have more or less
R. G. CLEMENTS
Justice of the Peace
of a cape at the back. Some of them
are convertible and there are models
specially designed for thin women
with satin vest fronts extended Into a
narrow panel at the front of a stand-
ing collar. Seams are hemstitched.
Hemstitching, long sleeves and collars
similar to that shown In the picture
are common to all sorts of blouses,
whether tailored or dressy, or made
for all-round wear.
For the most vivid colors, very little
embroidery is used, but little buttons
covered with black satin are used by
the dozens on them.
Appealing to feminine fancy are
dainty guimpes of plaited silk chif-
fon. These come In lovely pastel
shades, and are trimmed with tiny self-
colored or pearl buttons and finished
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 each 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 let
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 there 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-
t ion are FREE and invited. If I believe—after a careful examination—that
1 cannot relieve you, I will candidly tell you so. I do not experiment or prac-
lice guess-work in any sense. So don't give up before consulting me.
I treat all CHRONIC, NERVOUS, BLOOD, SKIN and SPECIAL DIS-
EASES OF MEN; so no matter what your ailment may be, it v/ill pay you
to consult me before taking treatment elsewhere.
Daily office hours, 9 a. m. to 8 p. m., Sunday, 9 to 12 only.
211 1-2 S. Boston Ave.
Over Puritan Cafe
DR. STOTTS, Specialist,
FOR SALE—1st lot south new Can- i
field building, 1-2 block from Broad- Pennsylvania Avenue and First Street
way. Address Box 252, Tulsa. Okla-
homa. 52-1 Otc. 1 D^MRIGHT, OKLAHOMA
MEN'S SUITS MADE TO ORDER
Cleaned and Pressed
Alterations and Fashionable Dress
MRS. C. A. HAYHOW,
Across from Tri-State Livery.
and get Results
Brighten up your home with
a nice Library Table or a new-
Rug, and your kitchen may
need a new Linoleum on the
floor; with a Kitchen Cabinet
—we have them in a large as-
sortment to select from and the
price—Oh well, we will let you
be the judge.
Easter Comes On April 8ih TMs is Early
Bui not ioo early far us io supyly you with what
you went in the line of Furrtilure
"Ojy e£n« r
tables, swings, kitchen cabinets, rugs*etc
We frame your pictures fo order in the best man-
ner with the best material. Come and see the
large line oi Samples.
Marcus Furniture and
Undertaking Co. Phone 45
And better still a Grafonola,
or Victrola, with a few records
will scatter sunshine through
Our Electric and Hand Vac-
uum Rug Cleaners are working
right along on the Rental Plan.
If you want your rugs cleaned
in your home on the floor—
come and set a date—prices
Here’s what’s next.
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