Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 274, Ed. 1 Monday, December 3, 1917 Page: 3 of 4
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"THE TIME HAS COME TO CONQUER OR SUtSMH. FOR US THERE IS BUT ONE CHOICE.' WE HAVE MAD E IT."— PRESIDENT WILSON.
X DR. PAUL SANGER, \
X PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, \
X Room 8, Fulkerson Bldg. X
% PHONE 135. X
X Chas. B. Steele Win. R Watkin V
X STEELE & WATKINS X
X LAWYERS X
X City Hall Building X
X PHONE 157 X
MEN'S SUITS MADE TO ORDER
Cleaned end Pressed
Alteration* end Fashionable Dress
THE OIL FIELD'S LARGEST
CIGAR AND SODA FOUNTAIN
TAKEN UP—One Jersey cow about
6 years old; one block south of
high school. T. D. Vorheea. 274-!?tc
For Livery to and from Sham-
rock and the field or city drive.
MRS. C. A. HAYHOW,
818 Guaranty State Bank Bldf.
A PLACE NOW
where yon can enjoy a lunch
or meal served tn a clean and
GIVE US A TRIAL
IHIUULI and Lunch Room
I X DR. D. W. CONWAY
X NINE YEARS EXPERIENCE
\ X Office Opposite Hamilton's Ba-
X kery, East Broadway.
Phone the Derrick the news.
X REAL ESTATE
| X AND RENTALS
X List your rental property with
X MRS. W. V. BUCKNER
% Rooms over
% Guaranty State Bank
To Go At
We are quitting business and must sell out our stock
and fixtures at once.
We invite the buying public to call early and lay in a
supply of good things to eat at actual cost. Orders de-
livered to the field to the amount of $25.00 and all orders
tjo the amount of $5.00 and over to any part of the city.
On and after 15th of November nothing will be charged.
Watch For Prices
Telephone 60 Opposite P. O.
CALDWELL & WILLIAMS
==G R 0 C E R Y—
On fjulkerson and Ohio avenue will open for business on
Monday, November 26
with a complete new stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Call and get prices
Strictly cas|h and no delivery. We give you the dis-
count on the n o delivery of goods.
TAKEN UP.—A stray cow, black
jersey, white forehead and white
spot on rifrht flank. Party owning
same call at O. K. Feed yard and pay
for keeping and this advertisement.
STRAYED—Red cow two years
old, short horns, will soon be fresh.
Rerurn to L. C. Newall Telephone K.
25-1 will pay all damages. 272-5tp.
!?OR .SALE—Five-room frame house,
shingle roof, on leased property in
the city. Apply to Chas. F. Peaper,
phone 178. 274-3t
FOR SALE—3 % acres, two blocks
from city limits; C-room house and
bath, electric lights; well improved.
Near college. Address W. N. Walker,
Stillwater, Okla. 272-7tp
FOR SALE—Two good spans of
mules, also two wagons and sets
of harness. Apply to Wm. Lish, one
block north of Produces Tigar office.
FOR SALE—Span of horses, oil field
wagon and harness. For further
information call 494 271-tf
TEAM FOR SALE—Nine and ten
years old; weight 1300; oil gear
wagon, boomers and chains, engine
bed. First $200 gets them. Phone
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
I OR SALE OR TRADE—Good team
of horses, harness, wagon and buck-
board. $150. Ben Hur Bottling
Works, Drumright 286-3tp
FOR SALE—Elk rooms on West
Broadway. Bargain if sold at
FOR SALE—Buick 4 roadster for
sale. P. 0. Box 966. 256-tf
FOR SALE—163 acres of choice
farm land in southwest Texas. For
particulars address S. A. Overfelt,
Cushing, Okla., Route 4, Box 102.
I* OR SALE—Roll top desk and chair,
typewriter and table. See Judge
Wilcox, Drumright State bank build-
WANTED—Dressmaking and plain
sewing or any kind of work. Ad-
dress Box 434, Drumright, Okla.
WANTED—To rent a furnished
apartment. Bessie Drennen, Gen.
Del., Drumright. 270-8tp
WANTED.—Laundry help, experienc-
ed girls preferred. Apply in person.
Drumright Steam Laundry. 272 4tc.
WANTFD.—Housekeeper wanted to
take care of 3 children, good home
and wages for the right one. No ob-
jections to widow with 1 child. Ad-
dress Box 965, Drumright, Okla.
WANTED—Dressmaking and plain
sewing. Miss Berger, El Dora ho-
goods. Will buy, sell or exchange.
One block north of post office. Phone
ol9. Hobson, the second-hand man.
Your 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.
I WANTED—Second hand clothing,
Overcoat, Electric Fans, Guns and
Pistols at the Drumright Loan Co.
WANTED—A lady 25 to 30 years old
to keep rooming house. See Mrs.
Newcomb at Page rooms, corner Sec-
end and Pennsylvania. 266-tfc
f OR RENT.—Two room house, close
in good water, rent $12.50 per
month. 'Phone 626. 272-3t.
f* OR RENT—Two-room house, fur-
nished for light housekeeping; good
well of water. Located at 220 East
Ferguson. Call at Banner bakery.
BUSY BEE CAFE
Tablet for Ladies and Gentle-
MEALS 25c AND 30c
CHARGE AT DALLAS
(By Associated Press.)
Dallas, Texas, Dec. 8.—Mrs. Katie
Ahlers, alias Mrs. Katherine Travers,
was placed on trial here today charged
with the murder of Phil E. Tucker, a j
Dallas broker who was shot and in-1
stantly killed October 31 on a crowded
downtown street. Mrs. Ahlers also is |
under indictment for killing Miss
My trie Cunningham, stenographer in
Tucker's office, who was fatally
wounded at the time Tucker met
death. Miss Cunningham died in a
hospital November 8, without having
regained sufficient strength to make
a statement concerning the cause of
the tragedy. The latter charge
against Mrs. Ahlers is to be tried
Mrs. Ahlers surrendered immedi-
ately after the shooting, and,
according to the police, told them in
substance, the following story as to
the cause of the shooting:
She did not intend to shoot Miss
Cunningham, but the latter jumped
between Mrs. Ahlers and Tucker just
as the first shot was fired. Mrs.
Ahlers came from Shreveport about
two years ago with Tucker, who prom-
ised to marry her. Tucker had spent
$2,000 of her money but then treated
her coldly and on several occasions
had publicly sneered at her. On the
afternoon of of October 31 she had
been told Tucker and Miss Cunning-
ham were to be married November
28; later in the evening she met the
couple on the street and the shooting
followed almost immediately without
a word having been spoken.
The first shot struck Miss Cunning-
ham and the second bullet pierced
Miss Cunningham, who was 28 years
old, came to Dallas two years ago
from Indiana, Pa., and was highly re-
spected. Tucker was born at Fort
Worth 36 years ago and had lived at
variou stimes at Corpus Christ, Fort
Worth, Shreveport, La., and Dallas.
With eastern railways pooled and
operated under one head, it will not
be long until the same is done in the
We Have Just
What You Want
K. DEEN, Prop.
V H. L. COHEN X
X REAL ESTATE X
X List your property with the X
V one who rents and sells it. X
X If you want to buy a home, X
X rent a furnished or unfurnished X'
X house or buy any kind of busi- X
X ness or roming house see H. L. X
X Cohen, the real estate man who X
X sells it. X
X Phone 207. X
X Evans rooms, two doors east X
X of Guaranty State bank. X
FOR SALE.—100 foot corner lot
east front, 5 room house, garage
chicken house, fenced, well of water
shingle roof, painted and papered thru
out, electric and gas lights. This pro-
perty is worth $2,000.00 will sell for
a few days for $1,000.00. Located
on the corner of Stevens and Ohio
If yo& 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 Mas,
Who S.1U It
Pkon 207 Etmu Room*
PAUL ZALLET—AT THE STRAND
Kentucky Belles Musical Comedy. This is said to be one of the best shows ever in Drumright
UNCLE SAM WILL NOT
LACK FOR WAR FUNDS
Washington, Dec. 3.—Prompt
and adequate appropriation by con-
gress for the prosecution of the war
were predicted today by former
Speaker Cannon upon his return for
the new session.
"Sentiment as far as 1 can observe"
he said, "is for a vigorous prosecution
of the war, to bring it to a successful
ertd as early as possible. The financial
needs will be great, both for ourselves
and our allies. Of course we cannot
provide for the whole shooting match
but congress will respond adequately
to the needs of the situation I do not
know the status of diplomatic affairs
but if the president should recom-
mend declarations of war against
Germany's allies I have no doubt that
they would be immediately forth-
x CARPENTER AND BUILDER X
X No Work Too Small or Too Big X
X C. F. YANKEE. X
X. Residence 100 Federal and X
X Pennsylvania. X
X P. 0. BOX 916. X
X DRUMRIGHT, OKLA. X
X FATHER MAKES X
X THECOFFEE X
X AT X
X ANDERSON'S CAFE X
X Opposite Post Office. X
411 4 I l"l II I l *H.
Charles F. Peap er
CHASE & SANBORN'S COFFEE
SALE OF GROCERIES, COMMENCING DEC. 5.
The following prices offered for cash:
Navy beans, per lb 15c
Lima beans, per lb < ,jc
Gallon peaches 50c
Gallon cherries 90c
Sunmaid raisins, 2 for 25c
Beach nut catsup 25c
Quail brand soup, 2 for 25c
Laundry soap, per bat- 5C
Post toasties .. 15C
X DOCTOR HARRY L. BLACHLY X
X DENTIST X
X Nitrous Oxid Gas with Extraction X
X X-RAY X
X Office Phone 48 X
X Residence Phone 445 X
X OVER MARKEY FALL'S X
X DR. W. E. STEWART X
X Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat X
X Specialist X
X GLASSED FITTED X
X CUSHING, OKLA. X
We have just removed to our new location in the old
Palace Drug Store Building.
We carry a complete line of
Paints, Oils, Etc.
Come in and look over our line of Heaters
CAMPBELL HARDWARE CO.
For Second Hand Furniture
H. R. RUST
On East Broadway
Calls Answered Day
Remember IT Pays To Trade Where
You get exactly what is asked for. Our stock is complete of everything
found in a first class Drug store. When you have your prescriptions
filled here you have the satisfaction of knowing they are put up just
as your physician ordered, by registered pharmacists.
Fountain Pens, all leading
Box chocolates received fresh
from the factory.
I WANT YOUR TRADE. PHONE 32. FREE DELIVERY
E. J. SKIDMORE,
Drumright'! Oldest Druggist
Subscribe for the Derrick.
X COMMERICAL HOTEL X
X PHONE 130 X
X Modern Rooms with Stoves. X
X Rated ?4.00 and $4.50 per week. X
X L. ROBB, Prop. X
X JACK ROBINSON, *
X The Old Reliable X
X CLEANER AND PRESSER X
X PHONE 34 *
X located between Broadway and X
X Fulkerson on Ohio *
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