Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 68, Ed. 1 Friday, April 11, 1919 Page: 2 of 8
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Srmnrigfjt J Derrick
FVBL1SHED EVEKY EVEWWC EXCEPT SUNDAY
Jfaaer i." the Pust OZjz* at Drcm-igtt
u* A'.t - f CessfTM* of Kartia J, le79.
UK, S ALLARD
Pa^iakf sard Proprietor
OS?<* Pbo®e N®. 90
Loqi 5- AH*rd. Phone No 559
DRUMRIGHT OKLA,, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1919
WHERE HONOR 15 DUE
Par.« -a -f Trlat-T-ii
or friends barr^ed i: ; j
c*metery, d«s::r:Tg tr-
have then: —CA-fi ta«
new cemetery. Sexsr*.
who a in positiaa te r-r:;-
erty nik* nsstrak
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* Pubzm w * E=fj Bet * * PHOVE 47S *
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We Cam a Large Stock of
i£<e e*t t geu a ter.te
-■iShf PittS up UK ,.4>T",..Tr
«d of the wsre nys, "Nasr-
Te war ti* r.ri be£
«f sfce credit do* sat.
The Dr'.irr/" caszz-tr- or
«sad a p.iaoa.*: niet at ti* v
^ fcril-o gsr-f '-^a beia&d the scer>e . She serve*
«*Lre tmmmmm&j t- t M Sie-rer se+t. Oaly her Toiee.
a*d feer ja.tjes£« tvb are :r a h\.rry as.d get tie acnw
fe*x 2l_x«c «« it & wtek peaetrat* to ti* pubix eocK-;er:?e
Aisl are s*are. Vv Woo lu ever beard of &
fefcV. r— ,-jtT post COTE* ft £re, whet the fa&>
aa*c k-..£* r'" szitaafovtabry close'
. Dres^nrz •- - <« firjj are endit to *Ji«r ca ..-? „
ejx: dij Y-h -i z*n~.-n.'tj^%. -jzuzi* i.z,z cwfa-
r&*T are m.f>otUat lade is tie tiftin of niiiJi i n iif*.
Grr* tacK ft., tie hoMr that's cobbib* to -jita ix*d do it '2
a k_t t
O-s^^-ftl .r «at 5r>df eaautf ftotboribes so mmn#!
jri*.T s** a road coMtractic* -.th deerts for eeoT?',r;.
• ^7 a^evre ft fc^bway trrt nake the nnproTed port joe
••t a Zzis?*£ tfi€ width vf zht ro&dwiT.
TIem a—illy tsiris oat to be a botea job beta^v- tbe
let" ' «*w qsicklr wear nru. Thig is be«a^ . :ne
wbe^i> paift y%tr tfe^ §ar?^> pa^rt of th* xmpir/ved portkm of
tfce ti^T^ le* *7.
Wb n a road need ;ie prevent en t. the entire sorfac- a'd
•at a portaoc. ahcrs:d be treated.
*eC ehtncai r-ippLt*
E.ua.-z y axi* Lac pi
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y «f mm
Gtlrf '<• V4' -I i (;« I >J
101A West BrovKrij.
I BUILDING MATERIAL
Tbe n jraber of a reauthorized si*TiB along higfcwa/s in
Ct**k. eoantjr is nothing to sneeze at; poteiblj, however, if j
oae a k inclined, it is something to rase at.
The larger the rock, hill of fence, the bigger the treu-
trvzk tfee bigger aid more grotesque the sign.
The absence of the eyev^re along the public highwav? '
make a tremendous difference. Let's do away with thee,.
Anybody fta* a rght to t^ar down a sign that infrin?"- a
A FOREST IN SWEDEN
Many years ago the townspeople of Orson.' Sweden,
started a systematic practice of planting trees. The trees
were not only planted, but faithfully cared for. Now Orv.r.
** tax-free so far as the individual citizens are concerned.*
for the village sells enough lumber every year to pay aJl
taxes, run the local railways, schools and libraries and tele-
phone systems and have a balance n the town treasurv be-
A comparison of this forestry method with the United
States way, which largely consists of progressive destruction
without progressive reformulation, should bring a blush V
But it is not too late to follow in the footsteps of Orson
The federal government already ha? great forest projects,
and if -tate and local governments w ill cooperate .v>me A
the wealth so foolishly wa.-ted in years gone by can still b*-
The owner of a -mall tract of woodland should look at
his wood lot again and with a more wholesome respect. The
man who owns waste land available for tree planting should
so use it. For the United States, region by region, from the
departed white pine splendor of Maine to the fast-vanishing
yellow pine of the Bouth and the great forests of the Pacifc
slope, is rapidlv and unnecessarily approaching the sta*e,
when, lumber-wise, she must learn the worth of a thin? 1,.
the want of it.
Real Estate, Reaials
We have some extra
good bargains i n
i si .trice property
i. hone 126
106 S. Penn
House Paints Beaver Board
\ arnishes Cement Brushes
Lime and Brick
Hox about that house?
Does tt need ceiling? We have the Beaver Board to do
Bnng us your old sash and have them re-glazed.
Now is the time to fix those leaky roofs. Paint is cheaper
than a new roof.
Let Us Figure With You!
THE OLD RELIABLE "
Long-Bell Lumber Company
D1 VI _ O f a I *r-*.. r.., * •/
Phone No. 2 J. A. HENLEY. Manager
"Esargrzzi— ■ ■ _ ■ ■
< i 111:m t n> 111 ■ ■ -H-t; 1111 ■ ] |,, ,,
THE LIBERTY BOND MARVEL
One of the citie which invested most heavily in Libert\
Bonds, and which might therefore be supposed to have cut
down its savings bank deposit, has, according to recent re-
ports, t*10,561.000 more in the banks than it had a year ago.
This represents a net gain of deposits for the year of aboit
I per cent.
Thus the Liberty Bond purchasers, far from depleting
the citizens' savings, are actuallv credited with being the
chief cause of their increase. While putting scores of mil-
lions of dollars into the government securities, the people
got so in the habit of savin? that they had millions left over.
This is thrift indeed, of the sort which has become th*
usual thing in a country formerly noted for its prodigality.
~he experience h< re recorrded could probably be -duplicated
in the majority of American cities, if anyone took the troub'e
ti? go into the records. It is a good indication of the financi-
al readiness of the nation for the forthcoming war loan,
a good rea-on for investing in it liberally, without the fear
formerly entertained by ma . citizens of "going brok«' NfcW CITY GARAGE
if they bought a bond or two. People don't go broke on
bonds. They -ave money on them, directly and indirectly*
We Have No Proxy For Service—We
" IS OUR NEXT JOB 11
1 har« Bored my K> at*)
£«c«c4 Mix. i Parntuir* ms?rt
from block north of
Pok( o8V« to the Hart* Gang*
M M* of the R R. uvki
I bm a fn l Una of crery.
(king rom ne 5 In a brume, ftl
aartblnc frorm c a to
aay la to«ra or t«M 1
also carry all k,a4a of auto r
patra. Cone u< (p'e na a
B. R. RUST, Prop.
Peace has Its problems and we must be
ready to grapple with them.
Gty Vulcanizing Co.
STATE GAS EMBARGO
An important and apparently new problem in inter-
Ktate commerce ha- been presented by the artion of the
West Virginia legislature in ordering that hereafter no natur-
al pis shall be piped a'ro*- the boroer until all of the state's
own needs have been met The mea- jre was inspired by the
rapid diminution of .; t ga« supply and the dif-
ficulty experienced ir recent " inters in providing gas for
home consumption wh. <- the big rr r..r.s rinnto neighbor-
ing states, especially Ohio wer • ft op<-r
Ohio has prot* ted. ari'i 'h«- rr.att*-f r„,... jn the courts
If it in decided favorably to West Virginia, it will impose sud-
den hardship arid exp'-nse on hundreds of eitie- and towns
long accustomed to this cheap and convenient fuel. The
case is of national interest, however, because if any state can|
thus limit the exportation of gas beyond its borders it can like-
wise limit the exportation of oil, coal, cotton, wheat or any
-other commodity. The court decision will therefore be
awsited with keen interest.
Gate*' Half Sole,
with a 3,000 mile guarantee at
®* «-haIf the cost of new tires.
3,500 MILES WITHOUT A
A!ao hare agency for
We Haadle the Celebrated
TRES AND TUBES
. .We ■■licit your business and
B. E. DSMOREST, Prep.
REPLACEMENT COST HAS MOUNTED SKY HIGH DUR-
l-NG THE LAST 3 YEARS. VALUES AAE UNDER INSUR-
ED IN MANY INSTANCES, THE RESUMPTION OF BUILD-
ING ACTIVITY IS HERE, AND THE DEMAND FOR FIRE
INSURANCE AND ITS ALLIED LINES SHOULD INCREASE.
THIS AGENCY IS EQUIPPED TO RENDER INSURANCE
SERVICE IN ALL ITS LINES. WITH A WELL ORGAN-
IZED AGENCY AND COMPANIES OF STERLING WORTH,
IT OFFERS ITS FACILITIES TO THOSE WHO NEED IN.
C. B. Whiteside
J. F. ROLETTE, Aflt.
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