Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 68, Ed. 1 Friday, April 11, 1919 Page: 3 of 8
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JLtft us fill your
Bottles with our
We sell oil the
WE CANNOT FILL YOUR BOTTLES WITH ANY BUT PURE,
FRESH DRUGS BECAUSE THAT IS THE ONLY KIND WE ALLOW
TO COME INTO OUR STORE.
YOU OUGHT TO KEEP A SUPPLY OF HOUSEHOLD REME-
DIES RIGHT IN YOUR HOUSE SO AS TO BE READY FOR ANY
EMERGENCY BEFORE THE DOCTOR CAN QOME. BUY THEM
FROM US AND KNOW THEY ARE RIGHT.
PALACE DRUG STORE
„ Keep Your.
Guaranty State Bank
At Easter Time
Last year, bccausc of sugar restrictions,
there were but few kinds of Huyler's candies
from which to choose your Easter greetings.
But this season you can make your selection
as broad as you like because we can again
fill orders for all the favorite kinds of
JI§k again for your favorite
SKIDMORE'S DRUG STORE
V BRIEF TELEGRAMS N
Paris, April 11.—Lieutenant Fon-
tan, the French aviator, who started
yesterday on the first leg of a trans-
Atlantic flight to Brazil, by way of
Africa, was forced to land 180 kilo-
meters (111.78 miles) south of Paris,
it was announced today.
THE MAN WHO GETS THE BEST CROP, CULTIVATES HIS
SOIL. THE MAN WHO HAS THE BEST BANK ACCOUNT CUL-
TIVATES IT BY ADDING TO IT REGULARLY.
IS YOUR BANK ACCOUNT ALIVE AND FLOURISHING? DO
YOU ADD TO IT REGULARLY?
YOU CAN DO NOTHING BETTER FOR YOURSELF OR YOUR
FAMILY THAN TO REGULARLY PUT YOUR MONEY IN OUK
Washington, April 11.-—Reduc-
tion in ocean freight rates to South
America is not contemplated by the
shipping board, it was learned offi-
cially today in connetcion with per
sistent rumors that a cut in rates
Dancing class for children, ages
10 to 15 years, starts next Saturday
at 4 p. m. . Phone Cain's academy
for particulars. 65-4t
—Build a Home—
SOLD GROCERY AND MARKET
We have disposed of our interest
in our grocery and market and are
in no way connected with the same.
J. P. TURLEY.
65-3t J. T. GAIN.
OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING RADIATOR WORK
Carbon Removed in 40 Minutes With Oxygen. Motor
Hangers and Frames Welded Without Removing Motor.
Across Street from Eureka Too! Co., at Old Economy
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Honolulu, April 11.—Six battal-
ions of Japanese troops are being
sent to Korea to suppress disturb-
ances which are spreading, according
to Nippi Jiji cablegram from To-
kio, reecived here.
Redding, Cal., April 11.—Mount
Lassen, the only active volcano in
America, began an eruption early
yesterday. The eruption has not
Washington, April 11.—Fifteen
hundred automobile tiucks formerly
used by the war department have
been allotted to the post office de-
partment. This makes a total of 2,-
700 military trucks assigned to hs
post office by the war department.
Washington, April 11.—Under a
new ruling of the war department,
officers and soldiers entitled to a
bonus of $60 on their discharge from
the army need not hereafter present
their certificates of discahrge to the
zone officer at Washington in nruik
ing claim for this allowance. A cer-
tified copy of the discharge certifi-
cate will be accepted
Washington, April 11.—An aver
age of $118 each was the price re-
ceived by the government for 52,548
horses and 43,406 mules sold at pub-
lic auction in thirty-six camps and
cantomento b^ween November 11,
1918, and March 1, 1919.
London, April 11.—The war of-
fice has issued an urgent appeal for
volunteers for the relief force for
north Russia. It is stated that the
men must be trained soldiers who
have been demobilized or discharged
or who are serving at home or on
normal engagements or for two,
three or four years.
Hampton, Va., April 11.—Lieut
John E. Neely, aged 24, of Seattle
Wash., was instantly killed and
Sergt. J. S. Richardson seriously in
jured at Langley field, when an air
piano which Neely was driving fell
from a height of about 250 feet.
Witnesses said Neely attempted
nose dive with his machine when too
close to the ground.
THE GROWTH AND
STRENGTH OF THIS BANK
has been made possible by a broad general knowledge
of business and personal conditions in this community,
and the Tangible Service that it has always been our
policy to render.
On the basis of confidence, courtesy, and real personal
service, we invite your account.
Drumright State Bank
"THE BANK OF STEADY PERSONAL SERVICE"
Aaron Drumright, President.
A. O'Dell, Vice-President.
J. H. Hulme, Vice-President.
F. M. Foster, Cashier.
L. N. Stephenson. Ast. Cashier.
E. C. Williams, Ast. Cashier.
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Kansas City, April 11.—W. L.
Burgirabe, 65 years old, was killed,
five other persons were seriously in-
jured and ten were cut and bruised
when a street car turned over here
Washington, April 11.—Recruit-
ing for the navy during the week
ended April 3, showed a slight in-
crease over the week before, the to-
tal enrollments being 1,245. The
eastern division again led with 667
Mid the central division was second
with 245. Enrollments in the south-
ern division were 244 and in the
western division 89.
Stockholm, April 11.—Sixteen
thousand men, women and children
ciied of starvation in Petrograd in
December and January. The total
number of deaths from all causes in
those two months is 20,000.
Bargain for cash and quick action.
One Standard drilling rig, complete
with 260-barrel water tank and
Mortle deep well pump.
160 feet 15 1-2 inch,
690 feet 12 1-2 inch,
1010 feet 10 inch,
1550 feet 8 1-4 inch,
2175 feet 6 5-8 inch,
3075 feet 5 316 inch Cushing
All of above as good as new, in
first class condition. Will sell part
For full particulars and pricee,
R. B. JENSEN, SupL,
Kugcer apartments or Box 1267,
V Look -for the big Victory sale X
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Will Be on Your Windows
The boys returning from abroad and those mustered
out from service here at home will be needing things-
clothing, haberdashery, shoes, hats, etc. Their eyes
will be on the windows—they will be looking, search-
ing for the stores with the brightest, cheeriest window
Brighten Up Your Window
Let the boys see your merchandise in the proper light.
Modern, concealed window lighting will increase the
effectiveness of your window display as nothing else
can do. It will show your merchandise up advantage-
ously without creating a harmful, business-destroying
Do your part to brighten up the city---brighten up your
windows and help promote business prosperity.
Telephone 75 Now
for Our Window Lighting Expert.
Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co.
W. B. MISER, Manager
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