Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 182, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 21, 1919 Page: 3 of 8
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TALK IT OVER PLAN TO REPEAT71 for SALE
1I/TTU 1V/II7T7 JTTI^i/ nc 1G1C 50 foot corner Broadway and
218 EAST 3R0ADWAY
Several good homesites south and
east part of city; easy terms. Will
take your liberty, victory or baby
bonds. Why not build a house and
quit paying rent? These lots 60x130
at bargains. They wont last long.
Some business locations on Broad-
One 3-roora house; close In.
One 6-room house; corner.
One 11-room rooming house; mod-
ern. . _
One 3-room furnished.
One 3-room unfurnished.
Close in; reasonable.
W. H. METZ
The Old Reliable Real Estate Man
218 EAST BROADWAY
ATTACK on 916
Railway Employees' Chiefs Ap-
pear at Washington With New
Threat to Congress.
ASK $1,000,000,000 MORE PAY
Also Demand Nationalization of Other
Industries, Following Example of
FOR TRADE—Ford car for dwelling
property in Drumright. Call at once
at Royal drug store. 17S"1'
NEW AND SECOND
If in need of anything to'
furnish your home, call on
us. We can fit you out
with anything you may need.
Located in Bly Rooming
T. B. MELTON, Prop.
BOB, THE FIXIT MAN
Drumright Loan and
134 EAST BROADWAY
We fix and repair any kind of
small machinery, such as Type-
writers, Adding Machines.
Graphaphones, Guns, Locks and
Graphaphone Reproducers a
Saws filed, Knives and Scissors
sharpened, Sewing Machines
repaired. Bring it to us; we
| fix anything. '
advertising is news—
plain, downright, necessary news.
Did you every stop to think, folks,
what a funny world it would be
without any advertising?
The advertisements of Drumright
merchants as they appear each day
in The Evening Derrick are just as
important to your code of every-
day living as the "lead" story on
the front page. Studying the ads
every day will prove the truth of
Dr. W. 0. Hutchinson.
Physician* and Surgeon
Office, Fulkerson bldg
Washington. It Is Just threej^ars
since the four leaders of t
brotherhoods, having rehtead arbltra-
Hon of their demands, sat In the g
Ury of the United States Senate and
held their watches on
while the memorable votewasbelng
tnken on the Adamson l aw that ga%e
hem (00,000,000 additional wages a
yeaT When the vote was counted and
81 That such a scene may be again. en-
acted on a much greater scale Is indi-
cated by the startling developments
at the nation's capita, in the past few
d„vs Now the 350,000 men In the
brotherhoods Lave been Joined by
more than a million other rallioad
workers—shopmen, trackmen, tele
1 grapliers, clerks, station agents—and
fhe demands are many times what
they were three years ag< -
A Thousand Million Dollars.
On top of a thousand million dollars
of added wages granted by the Gov-
ernment In the past year and a half,
the allied workers are asking foir an-
other Increase of a thousand million
d°ButSmore than this, this great body
of railroad employees has served an
ultimatum on the Government that all
the railroads of the country must be
taken 4way from their owners and
turned over to the employees to be op-
erated by them on a communistic
The plan Is as daring as any con-
ceived by the Russian Bolshevists, and
behind it is the threat of a nation-wide
strike, with the leaders of the men sit-
ting in the Senate gallery, watches in
hand, counting the vote.
To Tie Up All Transportation.
"We will tie up the railroads so that
they will neVer run again if we do not
i .iiinmin^pd one of
50 foot corner Broadway and Creek
streets. Finest residence lot in town,
$1,000. • „ ..
•room house. 50 ft. lot, near Fourth
ward school. Now vacant; $900
Four rooms in Canfield building, two
facing Pennsylvania avenue
Store room under Green rooms Join-
ing Strand theatre, fine business loca-
tion; $75 per month.
3-room house, corner Creek and t ul-
6-room house, corner Cherry and
3-room house, near Fourth ward
?,-room house. East Federal; $- •
2-room house. East Drumright street,
1 room furnished; $10.
JOSEPH S. WESTERHEIOE & CO
TAKEN UP—Wednesday, Aug. 1"
pair biack mules—one more, one
horn about 8 years old. weight be-
tween ?00 and 900 pounds. Call on
r R Dollar, r.u, miles east and 1
mile south ot Drumright, or address
me at Bristow, Route 2. 178-3t
f OR SALE, LOST, ETC. I FOR SALE
Lost—Black and white English bull
dog. about 16 inches high, weighs
about 35 pounds. Answers to name
of Mucks, Reward for his return to
Dick Ritchie. 175 6t
LOST Lady's pocketbook containing
$20 bill and three one dollar bills,
also some small change and receipts
In one side small pink bow. Finder
call 375. Reward. Mrs. Short.
Children that are atlected by worm*
are pale and sickly and liable to con-
tract some fatal diseaso. WHITE'S
CREAM VERMIFUGE expels worms
promptly and puts the child on the
road to health. Sold by City Drug
All classified ads are
one cant a word per day.
Nothing received under
26 cents. Money to be
Bent with copy lor ad.
58 ***** *
WANTED—Cook for boarding house
Inquire at Ensey boarding house,
east of freight depot. 18041
WANTED—I'ining room girl at Over
bridge hotel. 179 ^
Hou3e and 60-foot lot in JoneH ad-
dition. Will sell at a bargain. The
owner wants to leave the city. Call
in and will show you this property.
50 foot lot with city water, box
house. Will sell at a big bargain.
Six lots and a new house in Broad-
way addition; corner Wood and
Tucker streets; two rooms 14x14;
one room 10x14, shingle roof. This Is
a bargain and must be sold in the
next few days as the owner goes on
Arrange to attend—
The 51t! Annual Exposition
of Greek County
At The Sapulpa Fair Grounds
' No admission charges or entrance fee- Great assembly ot Creek
countv's Industrial, Agricultural and Live Stock products.
Both entertaining and instructive. *12,600 offered in prizes and pre-
miums. Splendid music and higL class entertainment.
BETTER BABIES CONTEST
Remember the dates and attend each
of the 4 days
For information address
W. E. GAGE, Secretary
1 H-H-H-H"1"'"1"1"1"1' 'i-t-M*-
hi t ll>H
YOU WILL FIND IN OS]
WANTED—Table waitress and also
dishwasher, at once. Wheeler hotel
WANTED—Woman capable to take
full charge of house work. After-
noons off. Drumright Tire & R"''j>er
Co, 210 East Broadway. 1,3"tr
This is what you have been looking
for: A 5-room house with a 50-foot
lot located 508 East Wood street;
chicken house, fruit trees and a fine
home. This can be bought for the
low price of $1,500; terms. You
should see this place. A word to the
WANTED--Men with light cars to
travel and collect tor well known Chi-
they will never run again if we do not cag0 house. Salary flO per da> an
get what we want," announced one of hoto, expenses. Small real
Uie labor spokesmen, standing wltl.ln aml good references required,
a stone's throw of the Capitol, and ,eS3 Edrar H. Walker, care Gen-
this amazing announcement, e l Delivery, Drumright, Oklahoma,
ultimatum from a leader of the pus- jerai iS6-12t
Blnn Soviet, was instantly flashed over — .
the telegraph wires to every part of .
the country. m\ I-oR KEN
Since the first Brotherhood bomW- j —- ——
shell exploded In Washington at the : F()R rent—Two rooms furnished
end of July, the fact has leaked out | ^ housekeeing; water and gas. G.
that the brotherhoods are gathering '
We have a few furnished and un-
furnished houses for rent all over the
city. Come in and look over our list.
Real Estate and Oil Leases
Our car Is at your service. (Call 207.
We will call and show the property.
Au institution where your 1.AROE3T
satisfactorily met and handled, and
your SMALLEST NEEDS cared
with promptness and courtesy.
The First National Bank|
Assets Over $900,000.00
Phone 628. 181*3t
0l" 'T^ncea'l1^: room furnished house
minion uono*s **
already been collected from the mem-
bers of the unions. This will be used in
campaign work In the Congressional
districts, with the purpose of enlist-
ing the votes of the members of
Congress, or of defeating them for
re-election if they do not vote as the
brotherhoods dictate. Money will also
be lavishly spent, It Is stated, In sen
ing speakers throughout the country
to stir up the enthusiasm of organized
labor for the brotherhood plan of
communistic railroad operatiou.
"Nationalizing" All Industry.
for light housekeeping;
Wood and Ohio. Inquire at
FOR. RENT—2-room house, all fur-
nished for housekeeping; just what
you are looking for; close in. Call
220 East Fulkerson street or phone
FOR BENT — 4-rom unfurnished
house 404 N. Morrow. Phone 34f>
:lng" All Industry. ] caj| ,>04 Drumright street.
'If we don't get what we want out i _
of this Congress we will put th ■ RENT—One 6-room house un
Congress out and put another one f Nh (i J20; ope 3-room house
the central propaganda office of the jniaUed. See J. S. Anderson, on T g r.
brBackhof'"the"Immediate purpose to FQR SAI,E—Cash or monthly pay
gain control of the railroads Is an ( mentg 3.r00m house, 37% foot lot
even deeper scheme Lo gain control of l_ ^ Kag House located at 431
all great industries, taking them from 8treet See Gibson at
ed workers, as has been done in Rua-
Crushed Stone for
For Sale at
Quary 1-2 West of
BERT DWYbR, Supt.
% STEELE * WATKINS >
« Bennett Buildin* *
H Room* 7-8-9 *
K Phone 157 *
VOrKers, as *
sla, and as they are attempting to do
In Germany and Austria.
The reports of the United States
Railroad administration show that the
Government, since It took over the
roads In December, 1917, has Increased
railroad wages by considerably more
than a thousand million dollars, and
about $500,000,000 a year is helng tak-
en out of the National Treasury to
meet the deficit caused by the great
increase In labor cost.
Big Wage Increases.
The principal advances In wages
have been : To shopmen, $300.000,000;
to unskilled lubor, $225,000,000; to the
train brotherhoods, $200,000,000; to
clerks $125,000,000; to telegraph and
station agents, $100,000,000; to mis-
cellaneous classes, $110,000,000.
AIJ of these groups are now demand-
ing additional Increases of from 30 to
50 per cent. Whefi the Government
took control of the roads the average
earnings of all railroad workers, in-
. .1 K.m.lHAll tin-
FOR SALE- 2-room furnished house
$150 if sold at once. 320 E Fulker-
son or phone 397. 182 It
More Americans Should
FOR SALE—3-room house, completely
furnished, located on East Broad-
way at city limits near Jones' barn
on Ohio Cities lease; also two hogs.
Call on J. A. Pitts on premises. ^
FOR SALE—3-room boxcar house with
50-foot lot In block 37, M. Jones ad-
dition. Price $450, half cash, balance
$25 per month. H. P. Stockman,
phone 355 New Smoke House barber
*Amond 11 RAND Piut.s '«J"1® Jj®*/
Gold metallic " h Blue^
FOR SALE—Ford Sedan. 1918 model,
S575 First class condition. We
earnings of all railroad workers, in- . Champion inner tube,
eluding several hundred thousand un- also sell he t ha P
skilled workers, was $1,000 a year. The'guaranteed 8,000 miles i "
average is now more than $1,500 and jture Drumright Tire & Rubber , .,
the new demands would raise It to 210 East Broadway.
$2,000. i — —
PAVING TAX NOTICE
To All Parties in the Paving Districts
in the City ot Drumright:
You are hereby notified that your
paving taxes are now due and should
be paid before the 1st of September
or your taxes will become delinquent.
Call at the city clerk's office and
KATHERINE WILLIAMS BURKE.
lll-10t • City Clerk.
X)ST, STRAYED, STOLEN, FOUND,
U)ST—Boy's black straw hat with
black and white streamers. Reward
Return to Sinclair rooms, Fulkerson
STRAYED—Light bay horse, weight
850, Bmall lump on right hip, roaohed
mane, black mane and tall, # years
old. Notify Sank Reed, Pemeta, Okla.
Own Their Own Homes.
Somewhere in .the heart of every man i^the desire t^be
INDEPENDENT. Independence is the measure o
ing in the community.
The first step along the road^to independence is to own
one's home. The man who owns his own home ib the respe
ed, the trusted man in every community.
owners or home buyers. —^
Sound loeic prompted this action. The responsible man
ioward the „e.ce
security and upbuilding of the community.
The example set by one manufacturer will be followed by
others It will daily become more Irequisite to a man s securing
responsible employment that he own, his own home.
Two is little excuse for a man not owning his own home.
ti,„ iSJt Liberty Sins have instilled into the American peo-
The great Liberty endure through the coming days
n"nd Should own his own home.
ThPre is no appeal from the man who seeks a position that
f foH liffhtlv by private and public employer alike, as
rhe'Tppeal whfch'SmL'from the n,an who haa eve^tH,„e to
gain and nothing to lose.
The INDEPENDENT MAN always 0Wns his own home
—BUILD YOURS NOW.
Long-Bell Lumber Co.
phone 2, u
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