Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 100, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 9, 1917 Page: 7 of 8

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T H E D R UMR1GHT DERRICK
Are You Going To Build?
WE ARE READY TO SUPPLY YOUR WANTS
Builder's Hardware—White Lead—Oil
Long-Bell Lumber Co.
Telephone 2 Send in your Window Sash, we will Glaze it for you. JIM HENLEY, Mgr.
THE OLD
RELIABLE
FOUND—Bunch of keys, owner can
have Bame by proving property and
paying for this ad. 65-tf.
Moving
Oil Field Hauling
S *
G. B. TRANSFER
& STORAGE CO.
Phone 370 Retidence phone 532
Auto, Truck and Team Hauling in
Town, Field and Surrounding
Towns.
DELIVERY
R. M. BYERS
PROMPT, SAFE
J. J. GRAGG.
section 27, rigging "Pi Bartlett ft al,
* OIL AND GAS St No. 1, C. Gouge, southwest corner
Si * | southeast section 27, drilling to top
X Okla. and Kama, Crude $1.70 X | sand at 2,872 feet; No. 11, northeast
corner southeast, location; No. 12,
New Supply of
Tanlac
The Gypsy Oil company has a rig
up for No. I on the W. Wright farm
in the northwest corner of 8-20-8.
The Bartlett and Buhl test on the
Fields farm in the northeast corncr of
section 36-15-8 is 3till fishing at 3,185
feet. It is on the Fields farm.
II. C. Wilson and others have a rig
on the ground in the southwest cor-
ner of 4-16-10 on the Yar-coo-tah-
lav-ny farm.
M. A. West
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE,
RENTALS, EXCHANGES
P. O. BOX 993
PHONE 129
The Magnolia well, a mile north of
Quay, is expected to reach the Bart-
lesville sand this week with indica-
tions that it will make a good well.
The Prairie Oil and Gas company is
drilling at 1,150 feet on the Sooy
farm in the northeast corner of the
northwest of the southwest of 29-
20-7.
northeast corner southwest northeast, ^ Receiyed and gold Exclu.
rig; No. 13, center north
east southeast, rig; No. 14, center
south line southwest southeast, rig;
No. 15, center west line southwest
southeast, rig.
sively by us.
ORGATONE
Also Sold Exclusively Here.
Beard and Phillips, No. 3 P. Gouge, Ansco Cameras, Films, etc. We
northeast corner northwest section do developing.
34, drilling 1,750; Piedmont Petro-j Mail orders promptly filled,
leum No. 1, Johnson, northeast cor-
ner southeast section 34, shut down, A. D. S. Stores.
2.530 feet; Jacobus Kelly and Con- ■ a r- nnilA OTAHTO
nolly, No. 4, Jane McCray, center DRUG uTuRlU
west line northwest northwest sec-
tion 35, rig on ground; and Kelley j
et al No. 1, A. Brummet, northwest
corner section 36, spudding.
Harry T. Chrisney, Prop.
No. 1: E. Broadway, Knighl Building
No. 2: Corner Penn. and Broadway,
Canfield Building
The Prairie Oil and Gas company's
No. 2 on the Reigle farm, in section
27-20-7 is going to the Bartlesville
sand after getting 2,000,000 feet of
gas in the Skinner.
FOR SALE.
FOR 8ALE—One vacant lot, 50x140
feet, lays nice, and reasonable; on
Second street, between Pennsylvania
and Ohio.
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 see
M. A. West, The Real Estate Man.
M. A. WEST, Real Estate.
For Sale—One of the best bargains
in town: A nice new 4-room house
The Dr. Scott Oil company has a
rig up for No. 5 on the M. Fulsom
far min the northwest ^orner of
the southeast of the southwest of 1-
16-10.
Ottman and others, No. 2 o nthe
townsite of Jennings (Tom Ham lot)
is drilling at 2,400 feet and is about
due. It is along the north line of the
northwest of section 28-20-7.
Henry Allen is out with a recom-
mendation of the hobo's mulligan
stew as the sure cure for the high
cost of living. He advives cooks to
get the recipe from the first genuine
hobo that comes along and spring it
on the family as a work of culinary
art that will make the mouth water
and the grocery and meat bill go
down.
One trouble is going to be in the
serving. Who ever heard of a real
mulligan apart from an old tin can?
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The young people'* classes of
BAPTIST CHURCH
i looking for you Sunday at
In the whole field of medicine
there is not a healing remedy that
will repair damage to the flesh more
quickly than BALLARD'S SNOW
LINIMENT. In cuts, wounds, sprains,
burns, {scalds and rheumatism, its
healing and penetrating power is ex-
traordinary. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00
per bottle. Sold by Palace durgj
store.
i >
The Continental Refining company
is shut down at 1,450 feet for a wire
, line in their No. 1 on the J. Jacks
with nice porch, two closets and but- farm jn the southeast corner of the
tery, good 50x130 lot, for $650. Lo- northwest of the northwest of 3-15-9.
cation between Ohio and Pennsylva-
nia avenue. By M. A. West, the Real
Estate Man. Phone 129.
M. A. WEST, The Real Estate Man
D. Warner,
D. D. S.
Phone 334 Room 105
Drumright, Canfield Bldg.
The well of the Alladin Oil com-
pany on the Pepper farm in the cen-
ter of the east line of the southeast
of the northwest of section 10-16-10
is now making 100 barrels daily. A
rig is on the ground for No. 2 to be
located one location west of No. 1.
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Phone No. 90 for job printing.
Delicious Ice Cream
—and—
Delightful Company.
Drop Into the
Midget
Confectionery
Between Idle Hour and New
Liberty Theatres.
MEN'S SUITS MADE TO ORDER
Cleaned and Pressed
Alterations and Fashionable Dress
making.
MRS. C. A. HAYHOW,
Across from Tri-State Livery.
C. D. Blachly R. M. Blackly
Physician and Surgeon Dentlit
DRS. BLACHLY, BLACHLY,
BLACHLY A BLACHLY
Drumright, Oklahoma.
Phone No. 48.
H. L. Blachly Lucile Spire Blachly
Dentist Physician & Surgeon
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0 ATTENTION LADIESI 0
O Who are Sufferers of Any Fa- 0
0 male Diseases I O
;0 Use Our Primed* Balm Treat- 0
0 ment 0
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Saves Operations; Restores 0
Health and Youth 0
Address 0
MRS. HOMER WILSON 0
Or Phone 246 Yale, Okla. 0
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PROPERTY OWNERS.
FOR SALE—1st lot south new Can-
field building, 1-2 block from Broad-
way. Address Box 252, Tulsa, Okla-
homa. 62-10tc.
C. E. MILLER
Notary Public
I will rent your house or sell your
property.
O'Dell Building
DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA
Violin
Lessons
Given
For Particulars Addre*
H. K.VENESS
P. O. Box 604
Drumright, Oklahoma
In 15-15-9 the Prairie Oil and Gas
company is ready to drill on the Blosh
farm. It is located in the northwest
corner of the northeast of the north
west of the section and offsets a re-
cently completed gas well to the east.
The same company has a rig up on
the Mills farm in the southeast cor-
ner of the northeast of section 16-
15-9. Ill
New locations for wells are being
] made every day in and around Quay,
j lumber yards are unable to get rig
timber in fast enough for them. But
| in spite of these handicaps, it is pre-
dicted (hat there will be fully a hun-
I lired strings of tools working within
j a radius of two miles of Quay inside
| of 30 days.
For that Sluggish Liver take
Brasel's Liver Rompers.
Keep your Liver working
ind avoid being sick.
25c
Per Box
Guaranteed.
BURNEY BRASEL. The Rexal Store. Phone 87
DRUG5
DR. EDMONDSON,
Chiropractor.
Evans Rooms Bldg.
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0 WILSON & M'FARLING
9 Eye, Ear, Not* and Throat
o Rooms 418-14-15, 3rd Floor
o Mammot hBuilding
O Ofica Hoar* i
o 8 to 12 m., 1 to 0 p. m., 7 to 8
a p. m.
SHAWNEE, OKLA.
Jacob Marcus
Undertaker
and
Embalmer
Use our lungmotor in case
of accident
PHONE 45
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O
o Nolica to
o GAS CONSUMERS
o
O April gas bills are now
o past due. °
o Gas will be shut off and me- o
o ters removed from delinquent o
O consumers on May 16th. O
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South of the Alladin wells, the Ok-
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THE CUSHING HOSPITAL.
1 lahoma Natural Gas company has a
I rig up in the center of the north line
of the northeast of the southwest of
I 3 0-16-10, southwest of the Alladin
j No. 1 and has a rig on the ground in
the northwest corner of the north-
east of the southwest of the same
section to offset the Alladin No. 2 lo
th'j : outh.
I Gypsy No. 1, White, northwest cor-
| ner section 9, drilling 2,525 feet;
[ Marshall et al, No. 1, section 15, es-
timated at from 100 to 200 barrels
from Dutcher sand at total depth of
2,510 feet; Bartlett et al, No. 1, R'.
I Allen, southwest corner northwest
! southeast northwest section 10, shut
idown, 1,785; Producers' No. 1,
000000000000000000 Watoche, southeast corner section 2o,
underreaming the 6 5-8-inch casing,
1,865 feet.
Special attention to .urgical
cases.
Gradute nurses, nurses reg-
istry.
PHONE 307.
ESTHER YOUNG, R. N.
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0 THE MECCA ROOMS
O is now under New Manage*
' 0 ment. Everything neat and
0 clean.
0 Nice Room, from $3.00 to
0 $4.00 Per Week.
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___ Jf** I, effective lo treating
Ml unnatural discharges:
Ufll painless, non-poisonous
DM*
Parcel PM°^"s"ed-"*"tl?or 3 bottlwtt
THE EVANS Ct1EMl£"L oS., CINCINNATI. O.
I TSeard Drilling company, No. 1, B
L. Tiger, southeast corner southwest
southwest section 26, rig; Bartlett
et al, No. 1, L. Bauer, center south
line southeast northeast section 27,
j rig; Bradley et al, No. 1, L. Barker,
;-,out'>iweit coiner northeast south-
east northwest section 27, location,
No. 5, same company, same firm, cen
ter nothwest northeast, location;
Vaughn et al, No. 1, Nancy Allen,
e nter south line southeast southwest
Exclusive Agents For
The Car Superlative
STUDEBAKER
PRICES F. O. B. DRUMRIGHT.
Studebaker Six, 7-passenger fHoe'nn
Six Roadster
Studebaker Four, 5-passenger
Four Roadster
STUDEBAKER FEATURES
OUR CARS ARE THE WORLD'S MASTERPIECES
OF THE MOTOR MANUFACTURER'S ART
SPEEDY, EASILY HANDLED, CONVENIENT AND
DURABLE
We are the Exclusive Agents for Drumright.
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o Dr. Charles C. Sims o
o Dr. William Penn Sims o
o o
o DRS. SIMS o
o o
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
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Dentistry Phone 55
Horses Clipped—Horse Shoe-
ing
DR. D. B. EASLEY
Veterinary Hupital 0
Special Attention Given Lajne- o
ness and Chronic Diseases o
Opp. Depot. Drumright, Ok. o
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Gibson Garage
& Rubber Works
TELEPHONE 43.
Demonstration car ready at all times to show and drive
Customers.
WANTED
Second Hand Furniture of all
• Kind*
The Highest Price Paid at
COON'S SECOND HAND
STORE
West Morrow Hotel, Near Ti-
ger Bridge
Telephone 320
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Star Shoe Shop
Opposite Drumright State Bank
North Pennsylvania Avenue
Hand-Sewed Soles and Cement
Work a Specialty
W« Guarantee Our Work
HENRY T. RECTOR, Prop.
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0 UP-TO-DATE SHOE SHOP 0
0 We Do First Class Repair 0
0 Work and Specialize on Sewed 0
0 Work 0
0 Give Ui a Trial 0
0 Opposite Post Office 0
0 PHONE 298 0
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o Hand Tailoring Satisfaction
o All Wool Will Be Yours
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o HYLAND o
o $17 TAILORING CO. o
o o
o. .3rd Door East Guaranty State. ,o
o On Broadway o
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(Published in the Drumright Evening
Derrick April 7 to May 8, 1917.)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
State of Oklahoma, County of Creek.
H. M. Lowe, plaintiff, vs. Ed Mills,
Defendant.
Before R. G. Clements, Justice of
the Peace of Fifth district of said
county.
Said defendant, Ed Mills, will take
notice that he has been sued in the
above named court, by the above
named plaintiff to recover the sum
of nineteen and 70-100 dollars on
account of board and that personal
property of said defendant has been
seized in attachment and said cause
ret for trial on the 10th day of Vay,
1917, at 10 o'clock a. m., at which
time if said defendant fail to ap-
pear the allegations of plaintiff's
bill of particulars will be taken as
t)ue, and a judgment for sai l p nin-
liff in said action for said amount
claimed and for costs, and in the at-
tachment theenn granted, will be
rendered accordingly.
Dated this 17th day of April, 1917.
Attest: R. G. CLEMENTS,
Justice of the Peace.
L. JAMES MARKS, Attorney for
Plaintiff.
May I7tl
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accordance with the
at the time the call
eview the steps taken
, as we will designate
was issued as pro-
far as the calling of
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>ut it fails to comply
the same respect as
other side inasmuch
;nored in not stating
unds available from
well as failing to file
on blanks provided
lat a tax levy should
is no doubt but what
j such funds to tan
vhy can't these calls
in accordance with
a question, that if
levies am voted,
!1 ever be collected,
voted strictly Uk se-
lf law. Under the
>'y taxpayer sen go
court, after either
fs have been voted,
flection of the tavy.
din
For
might
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UHPA1GN ON
being started here
nforce the laws re-
losing.
citizens are calling
rchants, requesting
Sunday in accord-
M'niy of the mer-
y approved of this
g all in their power
a law in this regard
first page of the
-om this closing in-
as sell food, medi-
iances and necesst
very plain in thii
lid pay those well
i open on Sundays '
ee if they are with-
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