Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 128, Ed. 1 Monday, June 17, 1918 Page: 5 of 8
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THE DRUMRIGHT DERRICK
AT STRAND TONIGHT
A bunch of beauties playing with th e Lord & Vernon Musical Revue at
the Strind a 11 this week.
■j WHAT THE
wm RED CROSS
W H is DOING
AND WHAT YOU CAN DO
FOR SALE, LOST, ETC
o All classified ads are
o one cent a word per day.
o Nothing received under
s 25 cents. Money to be
o sent with copy for ad.
WANTED—Girl for kitchen.
WANTED—One 12 to 16-inch elec-
tric fan. W. L. George, phone 44.
WANTED — Young man about 18
who is anxious to loarn the oil
business. Prefer young man of good
bearing and willing worker. See Mr.
Tuthill, Dugger apts., after 7 p. m.
v .M*- • *■ 1 ♦
Uamenlfe' lu hospital garments the greatest needs at presenv for
b*d Jackets, shirts and helpless case sbirtB, the latier being a shirt
that has a taped sleeve to go on over an injured arm.
In future Chapters will be asked to get along without sample garments,
&0 it Wll answer the purpose equally well, and be far cheaper, if they will
jbojr \he paper patterns, which contain printed directions for making, and
fOttow the directions. Every pattern compapy issues the official Red Cross
The hospital garment patterns are
numbered as follows1
Bed Sojcks, bandaged foot sock.
2 Trench Foot Slipper.
*0 Operating Cap and Operating
#0 Hospital Bed Shirt.
4(A Helpless Case Shirt .(right arm
«B Helpless Case Shirt (left arm in-
Convalescent Robe (27 inch mate-
Bed Jacket A.
Bed Jacket B.
The following changes should b«
noted in the refugee garment pat-
Pattern No. 150. This shirt should
be made without the double bosom
and pocket. It is unnecessary to in-
clude these details in the garment.
Pattern No. 156. Women's petti-
coat. It is unnecessary to have a
yoke at the top of the petticoat. The
garment may be made with a hem at
^he top, through which a draw string
is run. ' - Q7: -■: 1 '
So pattern has been issued for boys'
trousers, because any standard pat-
tern for short straight trousers will be
satisfactory. Material for these trou-
sers should be brown corduroy if pos-
sible. Failing corduroy, any strong,
warm, dark-colored material should be
used for the trousers.
Knitting—There 1b a very urgent
call for more socks. As additional
troops are sent abroad they will have
to have woolen socks, even in the
summer weather. Anyone who can
make good socks can be of great serv-
ice now. Those who are doubtful of
their ability to make them should try
the rule which is published in our is
sue of March 4, which will be found
much simpler than the one in A. K
MRS. EDMUND F. BROWN,
Director Women's Work, 1617 Rail
I wav Exchange, St, Louis. Mo.
WANTED—Lady solicitor for house
to house in city and to travel;
good salary and R. R. fare paid. Call
Avalon rooms. Miss Welborn.
WANTED—A boy to work in the gar-
den. Report to the employment
bureau of the Child's Welfare Circle.
Phone 535. 126-3t
WANTED—A girl to care for two
young children of mornings. Re-
port to employment bureau of Child's
Welfare Circle. Phone 535. 126-3t
WANTED—4 or 5-room house, close
in. Call 4G. 125-6t
WANTED—Will lease or Fuy 4 or 5-
room house, close in. Address H.
A., care Evening Derrick, giving loca-
tion and price. 125-tf
WANTED—Mechanic. Don't apply
for work unless you are experienced.
No boys wanted. Apply after 7
o'clock. Garage opposite the Tri
State Livery. 114-tf
GOVERNOR PROCLAIMS JUNE 28 AS
NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS DAY
TO THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA:
WHEREAS, the people of thi« State will have the opportunity
on June 28, 1918, of showing their loyalty and consecration to the
great enterprise this nation Is engaged In by pledging themselves to
• ave and economize and Invest in War Savings Stamps, and
WHEREAS, the material needs necessary to prosecute success-
fully the war can be met only If the people of this nation deny them-
selves some of their customary expenditures; and
WHEREAS, the people of this State are expeoted to save and
InveBt In War Savings Stamps to the maturity value of J48.303.560,
similar allotments having been made to other states, and the Presi-
dent of the United States having called on the people of the various
states on June 28th to indicate their willingness to practice the pa-
triotic self-denial required of all of us, by pledging themselves to
purchase War Savings Stamps during the remainder of this, year,
NOW, THEREFORE, I, R. L. Williams, the Governor of the
State of Oklahoma, In order that this State and Its people may not
fall behind other states in responding to this call, hereby proclaim
Friday, June 28th, tts War Savings Day for the State Ql
upon which day all persons shall give thglr pltuWner as may be ap-
staimj*. m> * tim«j and .ulac«a**-*T5avlngs Director for this state,
Bctmg under the"SUTTmrlty of the Secretary of the Treasury, and pur-
suant to the proclamation of the President of the United States.
Done at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, this the 1st day of June A D
R. L. WILLIAMS,
The Governor of the Stats ot Oklahoma.
J. L. LYON, Secretary of Stale.
WANTED—A position as bookkeeper
with oil company, seven years gov
eminent experience. Address "Ex-
perienced Bookkeeper," care Daily
FOR SALE—A confectionery doing a
good business; party has other
business. Apply to W. H. Metz, the
old reliable real estate dealer, Guar-
anty State bank building. 127-6t
New Reo Roadster.
Will only be in city Monday and
maybe Tuesday. Bargain if taken at
once. Call W. W. Hickman, care
Newton Hardware Co. 126-2t
War Savings Stamps
Better Than Money
In Your Pocket
A $5 BILL IN YOUR POCKET DOES NOT INCREASE IN VALUE: A;
WAR SAVINGS STAMP DOES.
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS ARE "LITTLE GOVERNMENT BONDS"
BEARING 4 PER CENT COMPOUND INTEREST. THE COST $4.17
NOW. IN FIVE YEARS THEY WILL BE WORTH $5 EACH. IF YOU
WISH TO CASH THEM IN BEFORE THAT TIME YOU CAN DO SO
ANY TIME AT THE POST OFFICE WITH INTEREST.
PLEDGE YOURSELF TO BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS ON OR BE
NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS DAY
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS CAN BE BOUGHT IN ANY AMOUNTS UP
TO A THOUSAND DOLLARS. THEY ARE SO GOOD A SECURITY
YOU CANNOT BUY MORE.
YOU CAN BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS AT THE POST OFFICE AND
AT THE DRUMRIGHT W S. S. BANK AT THE CORNER OF BROAD-
WAY AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, WHICH WILL BE OPEN FOR
BUSINESS MONDAY, JUNE 17.
NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE
THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED FOR
THE WINNING OF THE WAR BY
DRUMRIGHT STATE BANK
THE BANK OF STEADY SERVICE
FOR SALE—80 acres of land joining
the town of Olive; 20 acres in cul-
tivation; 3-room house, barn, all
fenced. Good title. Price $30.00.
Part down, balance to suit purchaser,
H. C. Winchester, Olive, Olda.
LOST—On Broadway, a gold bar
breast pin. Call Mr. Dix, phone
167, or ieave at Derrick office. Re-
FOR SALE—A few used cars at bar-
gains. Call 252 or 182 and ask
FOR SALE—14 head «*-
laiver, fare Roxana Oil
FOR SALE—Fine canary birds. In-
I - per pfacksmith shop,
fphone 49. 123-6t
FOR SALE—One Holstein and Jer-
sey cow and one Jersey cow. Also
one buggy. W. S. Harmon, Salvation
Army headquarters. 127-2t
Advertise in the Derrick.
and have the Even-
ing Derrick with all
FOR SALE—Good 3-room house, two
porches, pantry, fenced in garden
420 East Federal street or address
Box 1324, Drumright, Okla. 126-6t
FOR SALE—1916 Ford Chassis re-
cently overhauled and new tires;
$250. L. D. Bemey, phone 629.
FOR SALE]—A cow. Apply to E. E.
Davidson, 502 South Pennsylvania
or phone 587. 124-6t
FOR SALE—Typewriter, cigar case,
coffee urn, ice boxes, meat blocks,
two big range stoves. Inquire at
Floyd's cafe. 124-6t
FOR SALE—Three ceiing fans, one
18-inch fan and cafe fixtures. In-
quire at Floyd's cafe. 122-6t
One 1918 Ford, regular ton truck,
in first class shape.
One 1918 touring car, the best in
One 1918 Ford roadster, extra
Three 1916 Ford roadsters.
One 1915 touring car.
This stuff is in good order and will
sell right as I am going into other
118-6t Phone 6
H. L. COHEN
T'ie Real Estate Man
Who Sells It
Phone 207 Bennett Bldg.
FOR SALE—Two dozen Rhode
Island Red hens. Also two cock-
erels, Vibert strain. Mrs. Robert
Campbell, corner California and Hick-
ory. Phone 257. 106-tf
3-room house, completely
furnished, with piano; Wood
street east of the Gypsy office.
City water; $30 month.
Furnished 2-room house on
Federal street; (fas and city
2-room house in Jones ad-
dition, $15 month.
2-room house, newly papered,
Ohio, near Noble, $15 month.
2-room house, well of water,
large stable, near the Third
ward school, $15 month.
4-room house, next door to
Basket grocery, $15 month.
3-room house, opposite the
Drumright planing mill, $15
2-room house, near the
Gypsy Oil Co., $12.50 month.
Unfurnished 4-room hvuse
on First and Ohio itieet, $20.
4-room house on Noble and
Kentucky, back of the McRay
Produce Co.; $20 a month.
3-room house on Noble and
Pennsylvania avenue; $12.50
FOR RENT—Two nice housekeeping
rooms, also 5-room house, partly
furnished. 306 South Pennsylvania.
Phone 90. The News.
FOR RENT—Five-room house on
Federal street, rear of Ford gar-
age. near stone school house Irouire
Royal drug store. 128-3t|
FOR SALE—Central News stand.
Will pay for self in five months.
Reason for selling, owner leaving
FOR RENT—Star rooms, corner
Broadway and Pennsylvania. 18
rooms, bath and electric lights. In-
quire at the rooms. 123-tf
FOR RENT—2-room house, furnished
for light housekeeping; gas and
city water. Inquire 317 East Fulker-
son street. 125-3t
FOR RENT—3-room house, furnished
for light housekeeping. Also two
2-room houses and one 1-room house,
all furnished. Call 226 East Ful-
kerson street. Mrs. Gardner.
R. G. CLEMENTS
Phone 86 I
Justice of the Peftc*
PeD.lylv.ma Avenue and Fiut
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FOR RENT—One 1-room sleeping
apartment, south exposure. One
2-room housekeeping apartment.
Dugar apartments. Phone 134.
.OST, STRAYED, STOLEN, FOUND,
NOTICE—I can furnish Oklahoma
City ice cream to parties wanting it
| for societies or picnics in one gallon
or more quantities if the order is
placed one or two days in advance.
E. J. Skidmore's drug store. 125-6t
LOST, STRAYED OR. STOLEN—
Yellow Jersey cow, giving milk.
Gone for three days from South
Bristow avenue, Tiger. Albert Dunn.
STRAYED—April 20, bay horse, age
12, weight 1000. Little white be-
tween eyes, white nose, left hip down,
small bump on inside hind leg. Re-
ward. K. G. Kimmel, Oilton, Okla.
Trap nested Ancons eggs for sale.
See Geo. W. Ham. Phgnee 204.
Trap nested White Leghorn eggs
for sale. See Geo. W. Ham. Phono
ing a Sale!
'OU don't leave
your ria in tl*«
middle ot tb«
road and go to 0 fence-
post to read a sale b!D
do you? Then don't
expect the other fal-
low to do It.
Put an ad In this paper, then,
regardless of the went ti at-,
the fellow you want to
reach reads your announce-
ments while seated at hn
If he is a prospective buy**
you'll have him at your sale.
One extra buyer often pay*
the entire expense ef t#t«
ad. and it's a poor ad tba*
won't pull that buyer.
An ad In this paper reaebe*
the people you are after.
Dills may be a necessity, but
the ad is the thind tbat da«*
Don't think of having a
special sale without using
advertising space In t
it i sale often pays the
entire expense of the id.
Get That Buyer
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