Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 165, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 22, 1917 Page: 5 of 8
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FOR SALE, LOST, ETC.
All classified ads are
o one cent a word per day. o
o Nothing received under o
o 25 cents. Money to be o
e sent with copy for ad. o
One small red cow with calf. The
owner can have same by paying for
this ad and keeping of same.
C. L. HARTZELL,
Two miles south of Drumright.
Nov. 6, 1917.
FOR SALE—Pump Gun, Winchester
model, take down, shells and rod—
$15.00. Grafonola and records prac-
tically new. Snap at $60.00. P. O.
FOR SALE—A No. 10 Remington
typewriter, nearly new. Judge
FOR SALE—Buick 4 roadster for
sale. P. O. Box 966. 256-tf
FOR SALE—Old papers, fine for
shelves, to put under carpets, for
packing and uses about the home.
Big bundle for 5c at the Derrick
FOR SALE—$450 piano for $150.
Phone 610. Mrs. W. Z. Allen.
FOR SALE—163 acres of choice
farm land in southwest Texas. For
particulars address S. A. Overfelt,
Cushing, Okla., Route 4, Box 102.
FOR SALE—Rolltop desk and chair,
typewriter and table. See Judge
Wilcox, Drumright State bank build-
I'OR SALE—Pigs, call phone 74, first
house west of ball park. 264-3tp
WANTED—White girl to do general
housework. Apply to City Drug
WANTED—Good reliable woman to
do washing; must he competent.
Mrs. Geo. Hendricks. Apply at
Self serve Lunch. 166-3tp
WANTED—Boy who lives near Cush-
ing gasoline plant to carry Daily
Derrick. Apply this office.
WANTED—A girl to work in cafe.
Call at Midget confectionery.
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AL J E N I NG S,—Coming to Drumright, December 2
List Your Property With the One I
Who Rents and Sells It.
goods. Will buy, sell or exchange.
One block north of post office. Phone
E19. Hobson, the second-hand man.
Vour patronage solicited. 259-tf
WANTED—Large room in a private
modern houe for two gentlemen.
Address Box 157. 256-tf
WANTED—To buy furniture for
three-room house. Phone 597
WANTED—Second hand clothing,
Overcoat, Electric Fans, Guns and
Pistols at the Drumright Loan Co.
FOR RENT—Two-room house, fur-
nished for light housekeeping; good
well of water. Located at 220 East
Ferguson. Call at Banner bakery.
FOR RENT—Five-room bungalow,
screened in porch, 50 ft. lot bar,
garage, chicken house. $30 per month.
For further information phone 134 or
LOST—One check payable to Gilbert
R. Tickle, issued by the Carter Oil
company. Reward if returned to Gil-
bert R. Tickle, Gen. Del., Pemeta,
Okla. 165-3 tp
L C West, the insurance man, is
located' in the city, Hall building
Phone 157. 199"U
FOR SALE V
One of the best paying: barber shops
in the city, clearing $150 a month.
Two light house keeping rooms on
Drumright and California stroers—
Three-room house with piano, north
part of town, between two schools;
Three-room house in Jones addi-
tion, fine location, $22.50.
4-room house in south part of town,
well of water, $20.00 a month.
3-room house in Wheeler, near the
school, $15.00 a month.
3-room apartment in south part of
town, $20.00 a month.
Room 12x18, skating rink, $10 00
Rooming house for rent in heart of
2-room house, opposite Moose hall,
$10.00 a month.
4-room house with a garage, well of
water, fenced and a 50x140 foot cor-
ner lot, 3 blocks south of depot. This
will not last long. Owner has to leave
on account of sickness. This is a
snap at $850; part terms.
SPECIAL FOR SALE—4-room house,
35-foot lot, electic lights, gas, new-
ly papered; next door to Basket gro-
cery. This 13 a snap as the owner
leaves the city on account of sick-
ness. Price $350.
BALDWIN upright piano for sale at
a bargain, next door to Basket gro-
FOR SALE—Furniture for 4-room
house next door to Basket grocery.
FOR SALE cheap light delivery
wagon cash or time apply Busy Bee
FOR RENT OR SALE one 5 room
furnished house, water on porch
phone 199 or call at Kraker Bros.
Store Mrs Craig. 16G"3 tc'
\V -\NTED— Girl for general house
> r 1 Tacue-220 corner
work apply 1 ■ 1"''uc
Maple and Ohio
" Subscribe for the Derrick.
The home of the Red Dot Tube Re-
paij.-Th. Drumright Vulcanising
If yois want to buy a home,
rent a furnished or unfur-
nished house or buy any kind
of business or rooming house
H. L. COHEN
The Real Estate Man,
Who Sells It
Phone 207 Evans Rooms
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o you That's all! •
Say! Look Here
—If you are not quite ready to have
that Holiday Outfit made up tight now
the big idea is
Not to Wait
until you are forced to hurry up and
make a selection and have your gar-
ments rushed through. The best and
wisest plan is to use out
By its use you come in select your pat-
tern while the stock is complete, get measured and we will make
up your garments so you will be ready for the holidays. In this
way you are sure of the pattern you want not being sold to some
one else who buys earlier. Our New Fall and Winter Assort-
ments, piece goods for Suits and Overcoats are the latest. You
will find pleasure in looking them over---real economy in buying
them and a lot of satisfaction in wearing them.
HASLER & SOUKUP
The Only Tailors In Ihe
City of Drumright. ..
The Ladies' Aid of the M. E. church
will have a bazaar and jitney lunch
Saturday, Dec. 1. A nice assortment
of aprons and other practical things
will be on sale.
\ Dentistry Phone 55 V
\ DRS. EASLEY & STRAUB V
\ VETERINARY HOSPITAL X
N Special attention given lameness %
\ and chronic diseases. *
Rear of Tri-State Livery *
DRUMRIGHT, OKLA. *
Si CUSHING X-RAY LABORA- X
X Special attention given to Dental X
Work. • N
PHONE 807. *
CUSHING HOSPITAL *
„ Cushing, Okli. ^
MEN'S SUITS MADE TO ORDER
Cleaned and Pres.ed
Alteration* and FaahionabU Draaa
MRS. C. A. HAYHOW.
518 Guaranty State Bank Bld(.
C. E. MILLER
I will rent your house or Mil y*w
m \ i1 \
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THE OIL FIELD'S LARGEST
CIGAR AND SODA FOUNTAIN
X THE PAGE ROOMS X
X (Formerly the Rock Hold Rooms) X.
X Corner Pennsylvania avenue and St
X Fultrerson street *
X Now newly lurnished, nicely X
X decorated, all outside room*. X
X Modern; best location, n pavad X
X street. ®
* Phone 632-3R *
X MRS. R. A. NEWCOMB, Prop. X
For Second Hand Furniture
H. R. RUST
On East Broadway
Calls Answered Day
or Night. „
Home of the
Red Dot Tube Repair
Have an Expert Repair
Your Casings and You
Will get a Guaranteed
Mileage. .. . . ..
R. H. PHILLIPS,
Located in Drumright Garage
WANTED—Boys to carry Daily D«
rick. Apply this office.
$1.50 PER YEAR
in the history of the
ins have covered them-
glory by snatching back
n by the Austro-Germans
in Ihe balance.
rtica has been lost and
mi's during the battle
n was taken by a series
* pert a who are watching
la say that it was un-
le of the most brilliant
ver perpetrated during
Jt a French nor British
thrown into the battle
were placed on the bat-
to be thrown into the
were needed. The Ro-
d they would stop the
line if it took the last
of Italy, and the deter-
that can beat the boys
la., Nov. 24.—One hun-
y students of the geol-
t of the University of
j returned from a three
e Arbuckle mountains
)f Davis where they did
fain practical experi-
as the second trip of
ialf of the students in
. visiting the mountains
\ month and the other
Both men and women
he trips in charge of
j geology faculty and
PWne No. 0 for job printing.
f, pork, mutton, veal
ry day of the week.
■ other more perihable
will have done your
war, and done it well.
eded, shall be carried
Bstimated to exceed
ale has therefore be-
of national policy in
om the national hous-
lere is the enormous
that has taken place
icipalities. In 1864
ed the worst slums
jince that date it has
pound in eliminating
g slums and rehous-
in model tenements
leath rate ha3 been
27 a thousand. Be-
ad fever was never
'ie year's medical re-
then there has not
housand, and police
irime have been re-
. The cash saving to
• their rehousing
1 at $350,000 a year
of providing decent
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