Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 1, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 30, 1920 Page: 4 of 8
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... * —Presents—•
- -and —
jn the Domintnt Serial
The Mystery of 13
THE LONE RIDER
in a riot of joy aad laughter
Hank Mann Comedies
The Feed at Beaver Creek
In Two Parts
10 and 20c, including war tax
See Our New Gold Screen
JAljES A LIFER, Manager
Ross Thursston, of Shamrock, -was *
here Tuesday. | *
Miss Theta Greenwood has return-
ed from Cushing.
Johhnny Frame, who has been!*
workng at Jennings, ha* retuurned *
\ REGULAR DANCE OP THE *
VOUNSEA SET *
MASQUERADE AND TACKY
Friday Night *
Ull 1 !"H- } Ull I l l
STATEMENT OF TH ti CONDITION OF
The First National Bank
Dr. Price, of Shamrock, was here
as* a witness in the preliminary hear-
ing Monday evening.
AT TH6 CLOSE OF BUSINESS FEBRUARY
F*our-Four-N ine-448. Just a phone
number that connects yon with The
Ay res Wall Paper & Faint Store.
Mesdames Grace Hughes and B E BABY 'VY WARD APPEARS
Harmon motored to Cushing Tues- IN CAST OF HEADS WIN
daj' , Baby Ivy Ward, said by critics to
Ralph Fltzpatrick, an eemploye of be one of the most efe*r and ac
the Tidal OH Co., lost a finger from complied of our chold actresses,
his right hand by getting it caught in P" « an Important role ,n Heads
,„h machinery of a gas engine. ■ W the three-reel feature film
recently released by the Universal
Burney Brazel and his two little Educational Department, and which
sons were in the city today from their comes to the Strand theater on Bat-
farm where they are living now. unlay April
Airs Brazel has been quite o:>well for Baby Ward takes the part of the
a lew ddays daughter of Jim Godfrey, an unskell-
ed workman who is buffeted about un-
| Mrs. Doctor A. H. Holland, of New-
| kirk, is here this week visiting her
(daughter, Miss Rheo, the money or-
der clerk in the postofTice, and having
repairs made on some of their prop-
FOR SAI,E—3 room house, electric
lights, newly papered. Garage 312 E
Noble. 367 3t. i
OILTON PARTIES WED
Garden * Mirth
20 P E O P L E—20
c 11< >k i rs
Dainty Dancing Girls
THE DIXIE SINGERS
Female Harmony Trio
Chas. T. Moore, of Oilton, age 21, I
and Mtes Naoma Bentley, also of j
Oilton, age 19, came over today and i
quietly dropped in at Judge McDon-
ald's office and were pronounced man j
and wife. % |
I They were accompanied by A. L. j
I Campbell, a friend of the groom, and j
| Hazel Bentley, a sister of the bride, j
' It need surprise no one if McDonald
| li!>s another similar duty to perform
1 at an early day. In our judgment
! these last named people are suffering
! from a well developed case of matri-
monial fever now, which is likely to
reach a crisis any day. Here's wish-
ing .hem all much happiness.
Four-Four-Nine 449 Just a phone
| number that connects you with The
Ayres Wall Paper & Paint Store.
$127 278 91
Loans and Discounts "^OOM
Bank Building Furniture and Fixtures
Federal Reserve Bank Stock
Bonds and Warrants ^
Cash and Exchange
Capital Stock *
Surplus and Undivided Profita
M3 4V& -M
The above statement is correct.
R. M. HAYES, Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL SERVICE
The First National Bank of Drumright, as any good hank should he, it a
home-like business place where the officers and employe* are anxious to help
you and are sincerely cordial.
It is a banking institution conducted by men for the advancement of the U
teresta of Drumright and surrounding territory, where the spirit of "Fellow-
ship" marks every transcation. This spirit of "fellowship" friendly happi-
ness—has given the bank a rapid growth since organization.
I BOY KILLED IN RACE
Ponca City. March 30—Racing
bj-at a Santa Fe p'vssenger 'rain t >
,1 rr> ^sing in the business district of .
thn i iv canned the d?'itb <>f OtisDay. j
15 >' irs old. and probable fatal in-
ijuii -■ to his twin brother. Orval,
: his father. Frank Day and another
i brother. Wesley, 20 years old.
; ~" .
j SE\ £N KILLED BY
til he finds himself and then makes
good with a vengeance. Baby Ward
is in many scenes throughout the
course of the photo play, and by
her clever acting has endeared her-
self to tile hearts of thousands of
theatorgoers throughout the country.
The remaining members of the cast
'of "Heads Win" are also from among
the best, in the motion-picture world,
including such well-known actors
CROSSING actresses as Hoy Adams. E*a
Gordon, Charles West, James O'Neil,
and Charles Costello
Dressmaking, alteration and men's
shirts a speciality Call 105 East
Fulkerson. Phone 593. 364-tf
SUITS FILED FOR DIVORCE
It frankly asks for and cordially welcomes your ratronage.
bank efiways ready and willing to serve you.
Officers and Directors
It is ycrnr
R. B. Farris, President.
J. 0. Bennett, Vice President.
D. R. Russell, Vice President.
J. D. Boxley, Vice President.
R. M. Hayes, Cashier.
T. 1. Hayes, Assistant Cashier.
Wear clothes designed es-
pecially tor you.
THE AMERICAN TAILORS
207 EAST BROADWAY
I Ed Thomas vs Jessie Thomas,
j Mrs. Jessie Tinkersley vs JessTink-
Julia Lyles vs Arch Lyles.
( Ida Jourdon vs Sam Jourdon.
THE CHILD'S WELFARE CLUB
y;>n Antonio. Texas. March 3fl—
Thr " persons, were instantly killed
and tour so severely injured that .
Ithev died a short time later when the j ^he Child's Welfare Club will meet
northbound Texas special struck the Thursday April 1st at the hiVine of
automobile near Luxell®, a small pr I .m ile Blachly.
station 25 miles north of h ere on the j —o—
Missouri. Kansas & Texas railway.
OIL LEASES, TOYAH OIL FIELD
5 years, commercial oil leases for
sale by owner of the land in 10 aevre
tracts at $10 per acre. Situated on
my ranch near the Owen and An-
drews deep tests. THE BELL
WELL in the eostern part of the
Toyah Oil Field has come in and
leases in that section are already
out of reach of the small investor
Leases selling two weeks ago around j
that well at $10 anld $20 an acre;
are now $150 to $250 an acre. Now
is the time to get in near the Owen
and Andrews wells before oil is
Write or wire, Mac Sayles, Toyah
PLAYGROUNDS FOR HAPPINESS
was only through the courtesy
active r eoperation of the In-
ADVERTISE ON BALL
To raise money to help defray the
expenses of enlarging and repairing
Buy your ticket now for p*tnon and | tnPnntjona| correspondence Schools of j the fence and grounds
, Pythias at the Strand Theatre April
1 Writ otoe residence lot* in Broad-
way >i,d Jones Addition
t room house and furniture $3850.00
Goer. S room houae or. East Broad-
3 room house 'on Second St.
Joseph S. Westerheide & Co.
Tailor-made clothes are
are for particular men
THE AMERICAN TAILORS
SV7 EAST BROADWAY
P. A. LEARO
Office over the Drumright fltate
Bank. i-fcoae SI
RANGERS MAY LEAVE RIVER
| ON RECEIVER'S APPOINTMENT
W shington. March 30 Attorney
ti*m r;il Prince Freeljng, represent-
in). the state of OOklahoma. joined
the government in its motion for
perina ient injunction and recei*ei
ship for all the lands in controversy
in the Red river bed case. After the
court grants the injunction it will
mean the removal of the Texas
Attorney General Cureton of Tex
! as iv. open court stated that he
would agree to permanent injjunctlon
and receivership as far as it applies
to the river bed but not to certain
lands south of the high bank hereto-
fore patented hy the state of Tcxs*
to private pnrties and asked the court
for time f> flic an answer as to that
portion of the disputed lands
Th« govenrtnent also tiled its pe-
tition in Intervention claiming owner-
ship in the lndiun allotments to the
middle of the Ked river anil owner-
ship In the government Itself to the
south bank of the river as it flowed
in 1N19 Thii includes some land
that is now attached to the Texas
Bluff •' '* > tnn
|Scr: ntoki. Pa., that the big three-reel
| feature film of the Universal ctfm
jpany, "Heads Win." was made poss-
THE AMERICAN TAILORS
Make Yea A Suit
m EAST «ROAt WAY
Hvrostiehing and plcot edge, but-
tons made, and hair goods manu
factored. Where? Tot's Toggerie.
101 A W Broadway. n&l m
Want ads in the Derrick pay*.
A. "INPt it A, U\. TViVVKS, Bvjrt
& uot OF -mm To&iTww m
A W6UT-< B\6 TU\N6 MtOONO
•TUV4 MM o**\ct'.
A*4b Il4 JtST -TM' SAVAt VMA'H
A "WW OOUAft t
nd repairing Bringing «milcs to the faces of children is one of the preat objects of Com-
t munity Servin-. His spreading the Kospcl <'f wholesome piny fer the youngsters. It
of the ball | u.rn( vacar.t lots into playgrounds for them. Tin cans and rubbish heaps disappear
is offered to 1 - ~d swings, floating hn hall diamonds and running tracks take their place
park, advertising space is offered to1 d rwi;ij-s-Vatirg pi.m'--, ha ♦•-•ill d':-.n:onds and r«n-.:ng -
the local merchants. Here is a good j in cities, towns or villages where Community Service operates,
chance to increase your business and
help boost a Drumright enterprise
Where can you put your advertise- ,
inent on a fence where it will be seen | £
\y so many people as around th° j J
ball grounds? Take some space on ;
the ball ground fence. Better apply !
for it at once before it is all taken. 1
FOR SALE OR TRADE
One 1918 5 passenge'- Page car. ! -j.
One 1917 5 passenfler Page
One 1919 Buick Truck. V
for anything of value or sell cheap, -j*
Call at the Economy Grocery.
CARPET AND RUG WEAVING
As It Should Be Done
We carry a complete «tock of dyes cn band all the time.
Our work room* are in charge of experienced and capable work-
men. Lets us offer suggestions as to how we can *ave you motl-
ey on your old clothes.
That Last Year's Suit might be faded, but we can redya
It and make It give another year'* service, and satittfy you as if
it were a new auit.
Colonial rn* rugs, flu# rugs horn
worn lngniiu or Brussels carpets,
portieres, porch pillows, etc. See cor^
ner First street and Ohio Ave. No
t have (6t sale, a ten foot Uq-
Old Carbonic Fountain, six tab-
lea and chaida. all la good *feap*
Addre«s or call at the City Drug
Store, Drumright, Okla. 343-6L
ROBINSON, The Cleaner
201 S. Ohio
U«e Our Delivery Service
..Mil. |,| |i ||.; | ; | | | | |l( immi („[, ; )nt | t t H4"
The vanous rnurrhes of the city
will welcome you~~fcunday la tke Kab-
*«U 4av. .... J am
For rapid healing there 1* nothing
like Liquid Borotone. It mend* tom
Besh, heals cuts, burns or sores *o
quickly no time is lost from work.
Price. 30c, COc an* $1.20. Sold by Ctty
KLINGLESMiTH BNGINRER1NG AND
ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORK
RETAININQ WALLS FOUNDATION!
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Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 1, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 30, 1920, newspaper, March 30, 1920; Drumright, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc149038/m1/4/: accessed July 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.