Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 294, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 27, 1917 Page: 2 of 4
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THE DRUMRIGHT DERRICK
ihrtttnrigbt ft Dcrrick
LOU S. ALLABD Publisher and Proprietor
PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY
Entered as Second Class Matter at the Pu«t Office at Drumright,:
Oklahoma, according to the Act of Coigreaa of March 3, 1879
ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT
By Carrier, 10c a Week; By Mail, 40c * Month; $4-50 a Year
Office Phone No. 90
Lou 5. Allard, Residence Phone No. 559
DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA THURSDAY, DEC 27. 1917.
Hahnerr.?. college, Philadelphia.' HOW DOES IT GET THROUGH?
opened a course for "re-educatior. —
of the muscles." Tor rheumatict * Yoa amy recall a per < a'. of
Naw! for wounded soldiers! reptile press, known. the days be-
an fore A-T-T'i entered the war, as the
Milwaukee has a melting pot anc Fatherland. It w*s so pair.fullr f -
women in putting their gold thiffi German. and so palpaily ao. that the
blea ia it In time they may be put- j w.*-ng of the Lui.un;* .iu fe -
ting their gold knitting needles in it- j it* edsvr a perfect day. Ttsn
coo j the war
Entente powers are said to have
decided on "a more sympathetii at-
titude" toward the Bolsteviki govern- j"
ment Anyhow, sympathy doesn't
cost as much as thread and powder.
i this Proaaiar. publi-
tot by changing its
name. As we recall its slimy course,
first changed to Viereck's Weekly,
and tier, to Viereck's American
Weekly- As such, it is sti!! being
published from time to time. It is
about as American as the pirate of
Potsdam himself. It seeks a prema-
ture peace, champions the enemy
alien, finds fault with our allies, and
otherwise shows its allegiance to the
kaiser in a manner so thinly veiled
[that it isn't fooling anyone, with the
Cleveland abandoned 3-cent street (^osrible exception of the postal in-
spectors. Presumably it ha? no cir-
* PHONE 100 *
;* CALL MAYFIELD *
N For Livery to and from Sham- *
V rock and the field or city drive. *
* DR. W. E. STEWART *
* Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat X
* Specialist *
* GLASSED FITTED *
* CUSHING, OKLA *
X DR. D. W. CONWAY X
X CHIROPRACTOR X
X NINE YEARS EXPERIENCE X
X Office Opposite Hamilton'* Ba- X
X kery, East Broadway. X
Nothing Can Take The Place
ol Jewelry For a Christmas Gill
At tbls store you can buy Diamonds,Watches
and all kinds ol Jewelry at One Halt
Inspect our stock before you buy. EVERYTHING GUARANTEED
Drumright Loan & Mercantile Co.
THE FIRST and only pawnshop b'dwy & PENS'.
AMERICAN AVIATOR LEAVING JAPAN WITH 49 MEDALS
Villa has captured Jiminez. It is
not proper to start a real revolution in
Mexico without first capturing Jimi-
nez. Ifs as necessary as shuffling a
new deck of cards before dealing.
ear fare, Saturday iast but no one
thought of putting a wreath of crepe
on Tom Johnson's monument.
Von Tirpitx says Germany's suc-
cess is only a question of keeping
eooL Blamed if that murderous
Dutchman hasn't got his eyes on Ohio
And now the Bolsheviki threaten
to eaacel ex-Czar Nick's theater privi-
leges. Just think of being a czar one
day and being barred out of the
movies the next! 0! this crool, crool
If there's truth in the report that
the pope warns Christian states
against aiding the Turks in retaking
Jerusalem, it may be the beginning
of what may end in much.
The liquor men will not go into
mourning because congress wouldn't
let the beer men slip through. But
the two will probably unite for the
fight for life.
Agricultural department predicts
increased acreage but a low crop of
winter wheat. If this isn't gunning
for gloom with a double-barrel shot-
gun, what is it?
New in the automobile emergency
brake line is an attachment to lift
the drive wheels of a car clear of the |
ground by dropping two curved metal
plates that also serve as drags.
eulation except among the small pro-
German element which has so far
managed to dodge internment, and on
exchange tables where it is sent free,
as an insult to patriotic newspaper
Such a publican canot have a wide
influence, but that fortunate condi-
tion is no excuse for letting it continue
to shoot its poison gas as far as the
limited range of its circulation per-
mita. There are trials enough for
those who are earnestly striving to
support the government, the nation
and the cause of humanity, without
allowing Viereck access to the mails.
If there isn't a law against the sort
of paper he publishes, there should
be. With due regard to the freedom
of the press and speech, they repre-
sent a poor excuse for treason in dis-
A: rican aviator from Fort Wayne. Ind., as he was about to
for the United States with a record of 260 flights and 49
effer k services to the U. S. government as an instructor
KANSAS CITY MEN KNITTING
NAVAL OFFICE IS SOLDIERS'CLOTHES
WANTING RECRUITS AT KANSAS CITY
TO CATCH THIEVES
First Door East
Stag Barber Shop
Home made Bread
Quick Lunch Served
Christmas Dinner 35c
Regular inner 30c
For the purpose of stopping the
wholesale theft of automobiles prin-
cipally, and other property through-
ut the country, a meeting has been
called for January 7 at Oklahoma City
when police chiefs, sheriffs and other
peace officers are urged to meet and
organize a clearing house for the re-
| covery of stolen property.
j Officers in Drumright have received
notice of the meeting. They are be-
ing sent out by Police Chief Nichols
f Oklahoma City, originator of the
! alar, who got it* endorsement before
: he convention of police chiefs in
-Vashington a few weeks ago.
The notice ftaes that all officers
' ho have investigated the plan be-
iev ethe clearing house will do more
towards recovering stolen property,
I especially automobiles, than any
| other method devised by officers.
(By Associated Prees.)
Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 27.—The
Kansas City naval recruiting office is
making a strong effort to obtain 192
men for the naval flying corps but to
date only 70 have been enlisted in this
branch of the service here. Mechani-
cians are sought, men with some ex-
perience as carpenters, woodworkers,
machinist*, coppersmiths, black-
smiths, fabric workers, acetylene
welders, gas engine men and instru-
ment makers. These members of the
Hying corps will be enlisted like any
other sailors but their duties will in
no wise entail their actual flying or
performing the duties of a pilot.
"From our records it would ap-
pear welders are the scarcest skilled
mechanics in this section of the coun-
try just now," said Lieut. Ralph B.
Campbell, aide to Commadore J. M.
Orchard in charge of the recruiting
office. "On the other hand, in pro-
I potrion to the number of men wanted,
| capable carpenters are the most dif-
ficult for us to obtain. We need
coperemiths, blacksmiths, instrument
makers and gas engine men especially
just now and men who can prove
their experience and qualifications
will be sent right into active service.
It is an excellent chance for the men
who want to get action at once in this
branch of the navy service."
Put a porous plaster on the chest
and take a good cough syrup inter-
nally if you would treat a severe case
the liver and stomach and restores a
to move properly. HERBINE is an
admirable bowel regulator. It helps
fine feeling of strength and buoy-
ancy. Price 50c. Sold by Palace
drug store. •
FILIPINO MONEY BEING
PUT ON AMERICAN BASIS
(By Auociated Press.)
Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 27.—An
army of some 5,000 knitters, includ-
ing a few men and one 13-year-old
! boy, has undertaken the task assigned
to the Kansas City district of the Red
Cross society of producing 4,500
"sets" of warm garments for the
American fighting forces. Each
"set" is composed of a knitted scarf,
| wristlets, pair of socks and sweater,
all made of the same soft gray yarn.
The Kansas City district embraces all
of Kansas City, Mo.
The work, which is under the direc-
tion of the "Supplies For Fighting
Men Committee," of which Mrs.
George W. Fuller is chairman, was to
have been completed by December 1,
but owing to the delay in securing
supplies of yam it is now only about
half completed and every effort is be-
i ing made to finish the assignment by
the middle of January.
j The committee had 15,000 pounds
; of yarn on hand at one time with
. which to produce the garments so
much needed by sailors and soldiers.
None of this yarn is sold but knitters
are required to deposit 65 cents for
every hank taken for use to protect
the society against loss, the money
being refunded when the completed
garments are turned in. Each article
is subject to a rigid inspection and
many that would pass as perfect in
stores are ravelled out because of un-
skilled workmanship that shows in
% J. B. WARREN, C. S. *
^ Chri*tian Science Practioner %
* Eight Doors North of Drumright %
% State Bank *
% ATTENTION, LADIES 1 *
\ Who are Sufferers of Any Fe- %
% male Disease*' *
% U a Our Primed* Balm Treat- %
% ment *
% (Inexpensive) *
% Saves Operations; Restores %
% Health and Youth *
% Address *
* MRS. HOMER WILSON *
\ Second and Ohio—Sooth Side %
% Drumright, Okla. %
A FULL LINE
E. J. SKIDMORE,
Drumright'* Oidesi Druggist
DR. PAUL SANGER, *
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, *
Room 8, Fulkerson Bldg. *
PHONE 135. *1
Who is your Dentist? \
If your teeth need dental work, lets talk it over; it
costs you nothing but a little time. My motto is more work
for less $$ $ $ and less pain. AH work guaranteed. Lady
Office Over Guaranty State Ennk. Phone 4
Office Hours: 8:30 a. nv. to 11:00; 1:00 to
p. m.; 7:00 to 8:00 p. m
Dr. Clark Dentist.
MEN'S SUITS MADE TO ORDER
Cleaned and Pressed
Alterations and FashioaabU Dress
(By Associated Press.)
Manila, Dec. 27.—Reformation of
the Philippine currency system is
provided for in a (Currency bill passed
by the Philippine house and which
sems certain of passage by the sen-
ate. It must be submitted to the
president for final approval. It pro-
poses to reduce the weight of the
bullion in Philippine currency to the
standard of the United States, thus
avoiding the danger which menaced
the islands recently when the value of
the actual silver in the peso reached
20 per cent above the nominal value
while the bullion value of subsidiary
silver coins was dangerously near the
The bill also provides for the issue
by the government of paper notes of
the value of one peso. The lowest de-
nomination bill heretofore issued by
the government is of two pesos.
MRS. C. A. HAYHOW,
518 Guaranty State Bank Bldg.
* L. O. O. M. *
* Dues can be paid for next year *
* to Billy Klingler at Temp Brew *
* Cafe. 286-12t. *
THE OIL FIELD'S LARGEST
CIGAR AND SODA FOUNTAIN
Ayers, the wall paper and paint
man ,is selling wall paper at 25 per
rent off during his sale. 278-3t
! X THE ARGO ROOMS X j
; \ MRS. NEELY, PROP. X j
X EAST BROADWAY X
X Bath for Ladies any time in aft- X i
X ernoon. X |
X RATES REASONABLE X
j X JACK ROBINSON, X |
i X The Old Reliable X |
IX CLEANER AND PRESSES X
X PHONE 34 X|
X Located between Broadway and X
X Fulkerson on Ohio X ]
For Second H nd Furniture
HESSER & RUST
On East Broadway
E. B. THOMPSON
STORAGE, TRUCK AND
24 Hour Service
Stand by Guaranty State
Day 207 Ni*ht 9
D. D. S.
Phone 334 Room 103
Drumright, Canfield Bldg.
SANTA FE TIME TABLE
Red Dot Tube Repair
Have an Expert Repair
Your Casingi and You
Will get a Guaranteed
R. H. PHILLIPS,
Locale*! is Drumright Garage
Want a cook
Want a clerk
Want a part Her
Want a servant
Want to sell piano
Want to sell buggy
Want to sell property
Want to sell (froceries
Want to sell hardware
Want to sell dry goods
Want to sell millinery foods
Advertise your wants thru this paper
A Ivertising is highway to success
Advertising brings new customers
Advertising keeps the old ones
Advertising insures success
Advertising shows energy
Advertising shows pluck
Advertising don't bust
1 dvertising is "bip"
Advertise long and
at once in
Daily D rrick Pone No. 90
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j X to it or not otherwise credited X
j V in this paper and also the local X
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In Effect February 28, 1917.
426 Jennings-Tulsa ....10:05 a. m.
456 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 3:55 p. m.
137 Jennings 6:05 p. m.
FRISCO TRAINS LEAVING
No. 9 G:50 p. m. No. 7 4:00 p. m.
No. 5 11:50 a. m. No. 3 9:45 a. m.
No, 1 8:10 a. m.
X CARPENTER AND BUILDER X
' X No Work Too Small or Too Big X j
I X C. F. YANKEE. X j
j X. Residence 100 Federal and X
| X Pennsylvania. X |
X P. O. BOX 916. X
'X DRUMRIGHT, OKLA. X
O TOM KENNON o
o Pioneer Sign Painter o
o Established 20 years o
o in Drumright in 1934 o
o OUTDOOR ADVERTISING o
O Telephone 386 O
o Opposite Hippodrome •
j o Fulkerson St o
(First publised in the Drumright
Evening Derrick Dec. 24, 1917.)
NOTICE OF THE STOCKHOLDERS
R. a CLEMENTS
Jostle* of the Peace
Pennsylvania Avenue and First Street
L. C. West, the insurance man, Is
; located in the city, Hail building.
I Phone 157. 19 -tf
Per inch, single insertion 20c
Per inch, per week $1.00
Per inch, per month 8.00
Minimum charge 1.00
Per line, single insertion 08c
Per line, per week 80c
Per line, per month $1.00
Minimum charge 50c
One cent per word, eaefc issue.
Notice is hereby given that the
annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Chambers Oil & Gas company
will be held on the 10th day of Janu-
ary, 1918, at 10 o'clock a. m. at the
office of the company in room 3, J. W.
Fulkerson building, Drumright, Okla-
homa, at which meeting all matters
pertaining to the company will be
By order of the president.
W. A. CHAMBERS.
F. L. PRYOR,
292-12t _ Secretary.
C. E. MILLER
I will rent your house or sell yooi
Is effective IB treating
and will oot stricture.
He.teres In 1 to 5 days.
HOLD by DKreUlftTN.
Parcel Post If desired-Priee ti, or 8 botlleett75.
Tnw uvam an. o.
Calla Answered Day
A PLACE NOW
where you can enjoy a lunch
or meal served in a clean and
GIVE US A TRIAL
and Lunch Rooms
Hand-sewed Soles and Turna •
specialty. Good line of new
Shoes. Wear-U-Well brand. Call
and look them over.
HENRY T. RECTOR, Pro*
Peon. Avenue, opposite Druorighl
Star Shoe Shop
I you are patriotic you will
want to save food. By serv-
ing yourself you can best save
Eat at the
AND GET WHAT YOU
WANT AND HELP YOUR
COUNTRY SAVE ITS FOOD
The most reasonable place in
Two doors west of Idle Hour.
M. A. West
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE.
P. O. BOX 9(3
Moving Oil Field Hauling
G. B. TRANSFER
& STORAGE CO.
Phone 370 Residence phone 532
Auto, Truck and Team Hauliug ia
Town, Field and Surrounding
PROMPT, SAFE DELIVERY
J. J. GRAGG. R. M. BYEBS.
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