Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 67, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 31, 1917 Page: 3 of 8
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ADVICE IS CHEAP
^ et sometimes, if taken, advice would be of great
value. An account in a Federal Reserve Bank is the
only absolute and unfailing assurance of security.
County bonds have been known to fail, State have
repudiated their liabilities, but the United States
The prestige of Uncle Sam is behind this bank. It
pays in more ways than one.
Let us have your account, large or small.
First National Bank
THE GMMRTY STATE BANK
Capital $25,000.00 Surplus $5,000.00
A HOME BANK OWNED AND
CONTROLLED BY HOME PEOPLE
_ , DEPOSITS
September 18. 1916, Fir it Day.
November 17, 1916, First Call,
December 27, 1916, Second Call,
March 5th, 1917, Third Call,
March, 10th, 1917,
March, 13th, 1917,
All Hands Want Good Real Estate
Uu""lkcep a Squirrel on the ground in a timbered country
Pre"ident C. C. MARSHALL
L B f RANT w CD,t,i,!r ARTHUR DAVIS
P y L. B. CRANT
C. MORRIS, Asst. Cashier M. C I.OVFI I
and everybody can get it if
they apply here, for we have
a fine variety of most desir-
able properties, ran g i n g
from sinple lots to many ac-
res>—from city homes to
country farms. Whether you
want to buy, sell or exchange
we can be of benefit to you,
and earnestly request you
to call and let us talk the
matter over. You will be
astonished at the jrrcat help
we can be to you.
W. H. Metz
REAL ESTATE AND RENTALS
IN THE REAR GUARANTY STATE BANK
Band rehersal every Sunday morn-
ing, promptly at 10 o'clock, at the
Idle Hour theatre. All musicians cor-
dially invited to participate.
BEFORE YOD ACT!
MRS. H. P. JENSEN'S
218 East 3rd St. and Ohio.
Will you listen to me for a few
moments, will you heed the call for
better government, will you think
seriously over the questions I am
about to propound to you, will you
listen to reason and common sense
snd will you use your influence and
vote for a clean, honest business ad-
ministration for the city of Drum-
l'ight, which I promise to give if
Do you believe the city has been
properly managed in the past, do you
believe your interests have been safe
guarded as they should have been,
do you believe the city's money has
been used to the best advantage, do
you believe every dollar has gone
, through the proper channels, do you
0 j 1 eiive the city has got value receiv-.
o) ed for every dollar that has been
0 j spent, do you believe incompetency
0 ; and bad management have played
0 any part in the public affairs of the
0 i city since it was founded, do you be-
0 lieve your taxes are too high, do you
° believe our present water system is
0 ' worth the money it cost you, do you
0 believe the tax rate can be lowered,
0 ; do you believe the city needs a busi-
I I'ess man as its chief executive? Do
000000000000000000 you believe that any money should '
THE SERVESELF LUNCH
Open for business Monday
morning. Everybody welcome
209 East Broadway, fourth
door East of Guaranty State
GIVE US A TRIAL.
I Am Working For A
0 be taken out of the treasury except!
0 for legal purposes and in the manner
0 prescribed by law, do you believe a
0 report of the city funds received and
0 expended and for what purpose
0 j should be published as the law
provides, do you believe that pub-
; lie business should be transacted
— ! behind closed doors and do you be-
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOl lieve the sewer system is what it
0 | should be and that you taxpayers got
O i value received for your money?
THE MECCA ROOMS
is now under New Manage-
ment. Everything neat and
Nice Room, from $3.00 to
$4.00 Per Week.
Democratic Candidate For
Alderman 4th Ward
1 m for Drumright's improvement, I have prov-
ed it in the past. I donated $250.00 to locate
the post office; I donated $75.00 to straighten
out Ohio Avenue; I was the first to improve my
property, putting sidewalks in front of my lots
on Ohio Avenue. I will give you a
Lady for kodak finishing work,
must be experienced. Call in the
64-tfc NEW YORK STUDIO.
It is not unpatriotic to disclose
the lack of preparedness in this
country. Germany has been aware of
the fact for some time.
2-room house, 50 foot lot, all fenc-
ed in with a garden already planted,
a stone's throw from the depot, for
$325. $75 down and $20 a month.
This will not last long.
G-room house with 75x140 foot lot,
East front, with a garage, in Jones
Addition. Ideal location, will sell for
$1,000. All cash; this property is
word to the wise is sufficient.
We have the largest
stock of Ford parts and
automobile accessories in
Also United States and
Racine tires and tubes.
(We also do vulcanizing.)
for your wants.
CENTRAL CARAGE CO.
Cor. Penn. and Federal
Also Electrical Treat-
Phone 228. Massad Bid.
Use our lungmotor in case
* bOlka <.11.
•wtfc o4 food tad property vwvy ymr. KID fMi
pto bat haraUn l*
kmubd*« . R
4rr No ofer wliii nr.
City Drug Store
These are vital questions and every
voter in the city should carefully
consider each and every one of them.
Read them over and answer them in 11
j your own mind.
The mayor not only of Drumright,
but of every other city in the United
States, should be a man who does
not have to depend on the salary the
office pays for a living. He should
not only be a man of some means,
but a business man as well, who is
1 willing at all times not to work
| for his own selfish interest, but
j for the interest of all the people of
Drumright, and I know I can succeed
in handling the business of this city.
I want to be of some service to my fel
low man, and I know of no better way
at this time than to be elected Mayor
of our city. I will always see that
all public works are let to the low-
j est bidder and in awarding the con-
tracts, no man will be barred. Good
i and sufficient bonds will be required
j and the work will be done or the
I bonds forfeited.
Remember the time is short for a I
thorough "campaign. If you are in j
favor of a change in the chief exec-
utive of this city, I ask you as a loy- |
al citizen to get out and boost for
METZ. If I am elected, I will go '
into office with clean hands, the tool
of no clique, no man nor set of men. i
If I am elected, I will be the mayor '
without hinderance or interference. |
from any source. Of course I will
always lend a willing ear to all the
people, but what I want to impress on
your mind is, that I represent no fac-
tion, and if elected will' go into of-
fice to perform my duties as my con-
science dictates. Again asking that
you carefully consider my candidacy
and that you ponder well over the
above questions, I am very,
WILLIAM H. METZ
Candidate" for Mayor
Rugs of all descriptions at Marcus'.
•1 lar«re rooms with a 50-foot lot,
well of water, all fenced in for $350.
5-room house 50 foot lot, located
en the corner of South 2nd and Ken-
tucky Ave. This is a'snap for $450.
$200 down and balance like rent.
Rugs of all descriptions at Marcus*.
H. L. COHEN
" The Real Estate Man"
Phone 207. Evans Rooms
Two Doors Ei.it of Guaranty Bank
SANTA FE TIMF.-TABLE
M. A. West
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE,
P. O. BOX 993
In Effect February 28, 1917
126 Jennings-Tulsa. . .10:05 a. m.
450 Cushing-Shawnee .10:45 a. m.
430 Jennings-Tulsa. . . 3:55 p. m.
432 Cushing-Guthrie . . 5:00 p. m.
458 Jennings 4:40 p. m.
438 Cushing 6:15 p. m.
427 Cushing 8:20 a. m.
453 Jennings 10:30 a. m.
431 Cushing-Guthrie . . 11:30 a. m.
429 Jennings 3:30 p. m.
457 Cushing 3;5B p. m-
437 Jennings 6:06 p. m.
COOLED & CirRFn-m PERFECTION
is an expression used by
one of our customers in
speaking of our system
of cooling and curing
Meat to be tender and juicy must be properly
cooled and allowed to cure before cooking.
never leave our market until they are in proper con-
dition. Therefore you can always depend on them
being tender, delicious and wholesome.
F. M. Grocery & Market
GEO. ELIAS, Mgr.
A two-room house, and a good 50x
120 foot lot, with a good well of wa-
ter, this is a good lot, and fenced;
priced at $350, $75 cash, balance $20
a month; also have a party with 150 '
acres of unimproved land, in Lati- j
mer county, Oklahoma, to trade for
Drumright property and a car, this !
land can about all of it be put in cul-'
tivation, about 50 acres in bottom.
See M. A. West, the Real Estate Man.
80-acre farm, clear, ten miles south '
east of Annett, to trade for Drum-
right property. Both have fair im-
M. A. WEST, The Real Estate Man.
FOR SALE—A small business house,
and lot, well located, a fine loca-
tion for nice little Grocery, priced
right. Why pay rent, call and
M. A. West, The Real Estate Man.
M. A. WEST, Real Estate
Han a pleasant
surprise for its
and our regie*
Mutative w i 1
call to sen v,
Your ti- jer
of prh ^ will
a' 'l Careful At-
For Sale—One of the best barga'r c-
in town: A nice new 4-room hoi j
. with nice porch, two closets and \ j
, tery, good 50x130 lot, for $550. / , ,<AII , .
cation between Ohio and Pennr/I QUALITY PRINTING"
nia avenue. By M. A. West, th* '
Estate Man. Phone 129.
I M. A. WEST, The Real Est .u I
Drumright Steam Laundry
Now Open For Business
E. B. PAGE, Manager
Federal Street Between Ohio and Penn. Ave. Phone 125
I. I. RAMFY, M. D.
Office over Drumright State Bank
ROOM 105. TEL. 256
High class Electrical Treatment, Vibration, Auto
Condensation, Hot Air, Ultra, Violet Ilay and High
Frequency Treatment; Surgery, Scientific Treatment
for Piles; No Cutting or Tying off; No detention from
Business. Chronic Troubles a Specialty.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Catarrh.
Up to the Minute Treatment.
Lady in Office.
Mo lei Laundry
For Better Work
call for and del? < r
I TO ENLIST
•it 3.—Anxious to
hat his age would
is enlistment for
Walker, 4401 Mc-
. Louis, has writ-
il George Barnett,
i United State*
I am 61 years old,
uperate, and re-
iffer my services
shore, river, deep
in recruiting has
types of botii
i Corps recruiting
Iker, many have
ness to "do their
calls, whether it
lep sea, or other-
le car had flrat
■ide of th* bride*,
een *>ing at a
and then, having
in th* other H-
the other aid*
jntrolled. In thi*
n lay for a ttaa*
i by and mw th*
•till burning, and
responded to th*
i no Invaaticntfwi
f the daath wn*
fft" ■ V/ is". .
ative of Missouri,
He is survivad
. Hanna, and sis-
Vatkins, and Mr*,
tter of Shawnee.
first day in
a" history. As a
i of the c'tVy ad-
issing most of th*
r consists of two
cial officers and
<man to police •
iriff Woofter has
t in policing th* '
iven for the dia-
>r portion of the
ack of funda to
ent without raak-
hich the city ad-
r job printing.
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Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 67, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 31, 1917, newspaper, March 31, 1917; Drumright, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc148147/m1/3/: accessed December 14, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.