Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 267, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 3, 1919 Page: 3 of 8
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NEW TREATMENT THAT
in 1 ill i
Doe. your baby onoU ikoaa, |
lots, coat, hood, dresses. tkirtr
diapers, stock goods or flunseiv'te un
der garments. Blankets, </>rriages,'
covers and Clasps, furs *pH nursery I
novelties. Wo have then),
l#3-3t TOTS TOGOyty SHOP. I
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Read it in the Daily Derrick.
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SENIOR. B. Y. P. U.
Appeals to Many as Most At-
tractive in Exterior.
75c BOX FREE TO ANY SUFFERBT.
Op in Syraeuse, N. Y., a treatment
for rheumatism has been found that
hundreds of u*eni say is u wouili#, re-
porting oojws that seem little short of
miraau'oos- Just few treatments ev
ti in the very worst eason aetfn to no
<smplish winders <5 van alter other
romedles have filled entirely. It sr«u>^
to Hvjiili'sUiJe tlu. ui-ie ...-id Ihn^
salt deposit® in the blooU, timing all
the poisonous clogging waste from thi
system. Soreness, pain, eriltnese.
wellinc just seem to notlt away and
The treatment Sret iutrofluoed by
yr Delano Is so good that its owner
wants everybody tksa suflers from
rhewna'tlum or who has a friend so af
flicled, to gat -a free 75c package from
hint to prove just -what it will do in
pvt>ry ense before a penny Is spent
Mr. Delano says: To prove that the
Delano treatment will positively over-
come rheumatism, no matter how se-
vere, stubborn err long standing the
esse, and even after all other treat-
ments have faffed, I will, if you have
nevr-r previously used the treatment,
semi yon a fuT size Too package tree
if you win Just cut ant this notice and
send it with your name and address
with l c to help pay postage and dis-
tribution erpense to me personally.
r, H. Delano. 1473 Griffin Square
BlfJp., Syracuse. N. Y. 1 can send
oily one Free Package to an address.
Tuberculosis kills 1E>0,00 a year- It
is preventable. It is curable.
Darters, although having web feet,
perch and nest in trees.
Leadtt^— Margaret TrtnJjle
lutPoduotion and scripture reading,
John Mll-11, by leader.
fniangti in Educational Policy in For-
eign Missionary work—Bessie Voor-
Our Distinctive Policy Makes Our Ed-
uoationa] Task More Difficult— Mrs.
T. I. I tell.
A Survey of Our Schools and Co'lege
en Mission Fclds—Eluora Gilbert.
Take Urgent Needs of Our Education
al Work—Hazel Hallock.
B. Y. P. U. begins at 6:20 p, m.
Be sure and be there, November SO
FINE FOR CITY OR COUNTRY
room, also larjre, 13 by 15 feet, ts Con-
nected with it by n double-door open-
ing, and adjoining is a good-sized
kitchen, 11 by 11 feet 0 inches. The
pantry off the kitchen anil adjoining
the entry Is another good feature.
The sun parlor is D feet 0 Inches l y 17
feet, n n
open into it fi
used as a bre.
opening into tli
lionally largo room of
,111 bo noted that doors
un both the living and
so thnt one end—that
dining room— may be
.i :ist por •. i lie double
living room gives spa-
Order your fall suit today for fu
ture delivery and save J10.00. Th*
American Tailors, 807 E. Broadway
Advertise in the Derrick.
DR W. P. SIMS,
Reetol diseases. Office
109 Oonfield Bldg. Hours
12. 2 to 5, 7 to 8.
* OR. RALPH E. WELLER 9>
S YALE, OKLAHOMA %
* Member of *
* STAFF OF MABEL DALE HOS- *
* PITAL S
* Practice Limited to Surgery and *
* Gynecology *
Friday, December 5th,
FOR ONE DAY ONLY
Hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
UNITED DOCTORS SPECIALIST
THOUSANDS OF CASES
Offers Services Free of Charge
The United Doctors is an organization
of repatrbie, licensed physicians. They
certain diseases. They treat withoit
constipation, piles, liver, spleen,
heart, nerves, skin, rheumatism, sci-
atica, goitre, tape-worm, leg ulcers
and all long standing, deep seated
diseases. Many years experience. The
complete record of thousands of cases
successfully treated prove that their
methods are right They were among
the first to earn the name.
Baoh staff member has at his com-
mand the knowledge and resources
of the organization. Many people suf
far from diseases that can be allev-
iated Just because they cannot afford
to K to high prieed Specialist* and
Hospitals at a long distance from
their home. No community has a suf-
ficient number suffering from these
diseases to support special hospitals
for their treatment and cure. Tbo
United Doctors have eolved the prob-
lem. Their highly trained Specialist-.
go to each community and will ad-
vise a proper course of treatment for
the sufferers and instruct tbem how A CHAUFFERS STANC MOVE®
to take care of themselves at home, j s
No matter what you have been told^
«>r the experience you had with oth- j S
or physicians, consult him on thiSj^
visit. It costs nothing. If your case %
is incurable he will give you advice
:is may stay and relieve the disease.
Mi.rried ladies must come with their
husbands and minors with their par-
ents or guardians.
Laboratories, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
ization and experience in their
Successful Treament of
•Service done our fellow-men is the
most beautiful thing in the world. Join
the Red Gross.
Red Cross Seals have been the bif
getrt single factor in the fight agains
tuboreulosis. Before the seals liosp
tals for the prevention of tuberculosi
were rare. Now there are hundreds o
such institutions and their numbe
wi'l increase In proportion to the re
ception given the seals this year
clousnesg to tills room also.
On the second lloor there are throe
pood-sir. f<l bedrooms, the bathroom
nnd a sleeping porch. The latter is a
comfort-giving feature of this design.
It Is located so that it has privacy, u
thing to be desired. The bedrooms lire
ranged around a centrul hall, and the
bathroom is adjacent to ull the rooms.
Studying designs of homes Is one of
subjects oertainl —r ,V the greatest pleasures of securing a
subject of tiuHdini: for the reader n't this home. The American architects have
a? Kditor? Au'Zr' °m]h^ i combined in borne designs the com-
on „1,",hv°ut do"b'- ,h* highest authority
to wilo.T A'b'^, \d("Ss' 1,11 'noutnes
Radford, No. 1K7 Prairla 1
a\enup, Chicago, 111. and only endoao
Residence With Garage Attached
Designed for the Prospective
Builder Who Wants an
By WM. A. RADFORD.
1 Mr, William A. Radford will answer
' S' aa|''dr,.?lV*.-MV"'° OK
two-cent stamp tor reply.
I am ready for work at the Savo>
Hotel North Penn. St., Drumright, 01
ground floor. Call and see me, toi
your health's sake.
Spinal analysis and connciltatior
free, at office every day except Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday.
Phone 77. 263-6:
S E. Copple, Chiropractor.
Five thousand deaths in OUlahomt
each year are directly due to Tuber
culsols. This could be diminished, a!
most prevented if the proper amoun
of care and attention was availab'i
for the unfortunate victims of the di
sease. Your money through the sab
of fled Cross Seals will help in the
great buttle against Tuberculosis.
General Tailor work, cleaning and
pressing, reduced prices. I/ft us
have your work. Address, Mrs. Alice
M. Brown, 110 East Drumright Street
Prumright, Olcla. 254-12t.
The determination to build n home'
Is not arrived ut hastily; and after
that object has been fixed in mind
| there is required on the part of a
great proportion of home builders the
! saving of money enough to make the
| first payment of such uu amount that
. the contractor who erects the home,
j the lumber and material dealer who
j furnishes the materials, and the bank- J
er, who many times supplies the |
j money, are assured that the builder
will stick to his determination. Get-
ting ready to build the home requires
time in many Instances. After the
site is secured and the prospective
builder has reached the point when
he will enter into the contract for the
ertction of the home, then comes the,
time to select the design of house that
Ideas of what is Ideal in a home are
as varied as taste in dress. Some build-
ers would have nothing but a bunga-
low, while others would have anything
but a bungalow. A gretit number of
builders, kuwevur, have U^ed upon the
stucco house as the most attractive
In exterior appearance and select a
design for this type of house. It is to
this class of prospective builders that
the house shown in the accompanying
illustration will appeal.
Here is a stucco house that will give
the builders about the maximum
amount of home for bis money. It is
of frame construction, with stucco ap-
plied to either wooden or metal lath.
forts that the American family wants, ]
and also have combined these com- 1
forts and conveniences with exterior 1
beauty. However, what appeuls to j
one prospective builder will not appeal
to another, and by securing a largo |
number of designs practically every
individual will find Just about the
sort of home he has visualized as be-
ing the kind he wants.
To secure home-building I ileus a
visit to the local architect, the lumber
nnd mnterlnl dealer, and the contrac-
tor who will be asked to bid on the
building job will be worth while. These
building specialists all have available
a wide range of homes, both perspec-
tive view and door plans. With these
plans before them, prospective build-
ers will he able to select the home that
meets his requirements and can be
built for tlio amount of i::nnoy be
wants to invest. But in going over
these plans it will surprise anyone
how much real enjoyment he will get.
Home building now is popular be-
cause It is the best and practically the
only means of securing a comfortable.
JOHN N. HILL
Attorney and Counselor
We have moved our location $
and can be found In front of \
the New Smoke House. Trips M
to any part of the city, field %
or nearby towna. Phone 355. *
or some one of the various sheathinj
materials designed for this type o
home. Being rectangular in shape, i
Is the least expensive to construct
But by the addition of the sun parloi
at one side, and the garage at th<
other, It has a well-balanced, attrac
tive appearance, enhanced by the pan
eled effect In the gable.
The dimensions of this house art
only 26 by 86 feet but It requires a lot
60 feet or more wide, as the sun pal-
lor projects 10 feet at one side an<
the garage 20 feet at the other. How-
ever, the garage may be located at the
rear of the house, or may be smaller
as this was designed to hold two cars
The advantage of having the garagt
adjoining the house is that the heat
ing plant In the home may be used tc
warm the garage, which is well to do
as it prolongs the life of the tires and
makes the machine available at al!
While the home as shown in the il-
lustration is set on a brick foundation,
concrete may be used. The basemenl
extends under the whole of the house,
including the sun parlor. The size ol
the basement provides plenty of space
convenient and attractive place
which to live. Rentable houses are
scarce, and the person who moves now-
adays is glad to get any sort of shel-
ter. That Is where the home bulldex
Is better off thun the renter.
BEWARE OF INEFFICIENT MEN
• Moved to 201 N Ohio. *
% SINGER SEWING MACHINE *
< COMPANY X
V R. H. Wllley, Mgr. X
For job printing phone 90.
Want ads in tho Derrick pays.
9t.i LIVING Roon
no', is 0
Supposed Interpreter, Unable to Inter-
pret, Fails to Save Countryman
From Prison Term.
A. R. Hawley, president of the Aero
club, told In New York the other day
an inefficiency story.
| "Beware of the inefficient man," he
said, "for if you have dealings with
him It is you, not he, that will suffer
from the inefficiency.
"A foreigner in outlandish garb,
claiming to be an Armenian, came
, here to solicit funds last year for his
1 compatriots. It happened that another
Armenian was arrested at the time,
and the first chap was asked to go to
court and act as his Interpreter.
"Well, he reluctantly consented to
act, though the truth was that he knew
no Armenian whatever. Anyhow he
| stalked into the courtroom, listened In
grave silence to the prisoner's passion-
! ate protestations of innocence, and
| then turned to the judge and said in
, a low voice:
" 'Your honor, my compatriot has
confessed all. He begs you, however, |
to be lenient for suffering Armenia's
"The judge thanked the interpretei !
warmly for his services and then sen- J
fenced the innocent prisoner to five
years at hard labor."
YOU CANNOT EAT YOUR CAKE AND HAVE IT; YOU CAN
NOT SPEND YOUR MONEY AND HAVE IT. OLD AGE CDMF.S
SURELY TO ALL. WILL YOU SPEND YOURS IN HAPPINESS AND
COMFORT OR WILL YOU BE PENNILESS AND MISERABLE?
START A BANK ACCOUNT NOW IN OUR BANK AND BE
SURE OF YOUR FUTURE
We are now ready to show a com-
plete line of
in connection with our department
Massad Mercantile Co.
Phone 90 Phone 46
PATRDN1ZE THE HOME PRINT SHOP!
HOW ABOUT YOUR
FIRST OF THE MONTH
Such as Bill Heads,
THE EVENING DERRICK
For All Kinds of Job Printing.
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ANTLER HOTEL* BALLARD S BARBERSHOP *
i\ Everything V
W Broadway * Thilt M8Clern ,ni OpTo-Date. sj
* BATHS IN CONNECTION X
Rooms by day or week
op esjm p. o
I. W. IALLAR*
«ft XSSS*S *
for the beating plant, storage of fuel
and for a vegetable and fruit cellar,
whrie by tlie installation of station-
ary tubs much of the laundry work
can be done here in both summer ami
Floor plans that accompany the Il-
lustration show how conveniently tl.o
rooms bav« been arranged and how
large they are for this size of house.
The living room, 25 by 18 feet, ei-
t-radK across the front. Tbe dining
Monument to Vaughn.
Exercises of un unusual nature
were held at a recent picnic of the
Case: le county, Mont™ farm bureau,
it v.a - the d licr.tion of a monument
10 1 ninineiMi- 1"* itobert Vaughn, who,
in isoa, plowed u e tirst furrow in the
county. The monument, which is inado
of cobMcstnnes end Is about 6 feet
high, cotitfi 1 tons; j' 1! inscribed:
••The tir>f ploulug in Cascade county
tv:.s done ' y Itobert \. uutin iu 1808,
In whose memory Uiis monument was
erected In U)19 by the farm bureau."
advertising is news—
Help stamp out Iho Great White
I'iaKue which claims 15n,rt00 d -a li* iu
the United States oach year.
A lew unclaimed suits and trousers
plain, downright, necessary news j
Did you every stop to think, folks. I
what a funny world it would be j tor sale cheap. The American T.iiiora,
without any advertising? | -—
The advertisements of Drumright
merchants as they appear each day j • •
in The Evening Derrick ar« just a*
important to your coile of every-
day living as ths "lead" story on
the front paga. Studying ths ada
every day will provo the tmth ol
—BaiU a Hsi
MRS. ANNA HUTTE
Christian 9e>enc« Practioner
521 Nor*h Morrow Avemie
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Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 267, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 3, 1919, newspaper, December 3, 1919; Drumright, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc148941/m1/3/: accessed May 27, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.