Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 15, 1920 Page: 3 of 4
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HEMSTITCHING AND PICOT
..TOT'S TOGCERIE SHOP
101 A. W. Broadway
Suits made to your meas-
ure $35 and up
THE AMERICAN TAILORS
207 EAST BROADWAY
C. A. DeBolt went to Oilton to
Miss Ziena Rickman went to Okla-
homa City this morning.
The meetings at the Christian
church closed Wednesday night.
J. D. Stephens and Perlene Hule
I man left this morning tor Shawnee :
I on business.
rooms. Call 611
WANTED TO RENT—Furnished
unfurnished house 3 or 4 rooms. Call
611. 15, 2t
W. G. Johnson, of Guthrie, passed
through Drumright today on his
way to Oilton,
WANTED- Position by experienced
Ford truckdrlver. Clarence Allen 1^0
East Federal 16, 3t
WANTED--To buy a good three or
four rcom house, else in at a mod
erate price. Phone 543. 15-3t
Mrs. L. O. Baily of Bartlesville, who
has ben here for a few days, returned WANTED—A woman to help
home Thursday morning.
215 N. Ohio St.
I Shipments received
| and Saturdays
E L E C T R1C
Electric work of all
kinds. We instal
Estimates Furnished Free
F. D. BENNETT
Campbell Hardware Co.
Wsir tailor-mide clothes
m^de by real tailors
THE AMERICAN TAILORS
207 EAST BROADWAY
. G N POWELL
Physician and Surgeon
Over PalaCe Drug Store
Phones: Office 174.
Or. W. 0. Hutchinson.
Physician and Surgeon
Office, Fulkerson bldg
OR. RALPH E. WELLER
STAFF OF MABEL DALE HOS-
Practice limited to Surgery and
J. K. Cowger, who runs the Central
Rooms, returned this morning from
a business visit to Oilton.
for an old lady.
Call at 338 or 321
WANTED—1 .ady or centlenian igent
in Drumright for Watkins famous
products. Watkins goods known
every where. Big profits. Write to-
A. | day. Watkins Company, 51 Winona,
Mrs. V, R. Bankston of Avery, who
has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. F
Stark, returntd home today.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Creason, who (WANTED Boarders at thri Wheeler
have been visiting here, returned to Hotel on east Broadway. Rates reas
tluir home at Wynona today.
C. H Graham, who lives two miles
out, left this morning for Stlllwell,
Okla, to be gone a few days.
ouable- Opens the 12th under new
management find interior og build-
ing being all remodled. Call there
for particulars. 10 6t
S. W. Saeton arrived here from
Oklahoma City Wednesday and is
spending a few days in Drumright on
Arthur Milliard left this morning
for Casey. III., where lhe will spend
a couple of weeks visiting with his
Dorsey. an outfielder., left this
morning t/i meet Ittip 1b:i«e ball club
at .Jennings, on its wa.v to play the
club at Stillwater, Okla
.T. W. Piatt, of Cushing, was here
Wednesday to attend to some lbusi
ness affairs. He returned to Cushing
on the morning train today.
Mesdames Dora Bass and Mrs.
Mitchell, of Jenks, who have been
visiting at Stillwater, stopped over
here a few days on their way home.
Mrs Cora Meeker, president of the
Rebeckah assembly was here Wed
nesday visiting the local lodge of
the Rebeckahs and is returning to
her home at Sapulpa today.
All young people are invited to at
tend the B. Y. P. V. social given by
Miss McCoy and Miss Stockman at
their home on 317 East Second St.
April 18 at 8 o'clock
Mrs. Elsie Stewart and Mrs. \nna
Colby, who have been visiting Mrs.
Colby's sister, have returned to
their homes at Tulsa and Ponca City
Harry Mohr has installed one of the
finest soda fountains tn the city at
his lunch room next to the Palace drug
store. It was purchased in Dalas,
WANTED—Plain and fancy sewing.
Call Mrs. Hurt at 306 South Jones
street or Mrs. Morlan at Markey
Fall Store. APril 17
WANTED-Position by an experienc
ed stenographer. W M. K'.nuebrew,
box 459. 11-3t
WE BUY, raise, and sell furbearing
rabbits, and other furbearing animals.
List what you have with us, stating
your lowest prices on large ship-
ments. The Fur & Specialty Farm-
ing Co., 515-517 N. P. Ave, Fargo
Dak April 23
FOR RENT—A two and three room
furnished hou6e. Phone 597, S. W.
corner of Wood and Penn. Mrs, Fop
FOR RENT—4 room furnished house.
Call at 320 E Fulkerson or phone 349.
FOR KENT—2 roc in house, nicely
and completely funi'shed Close in,
city water and electric ligt ts. Col
Timson, 126 E. Fourth St- 14 3
FOR RENT—3 room house, gas. elec-
tric lights and water, furnished for
light housekeeping. Call at 313 E..
Fulkerson or phone 628. 12-3t
FOR RENT—A modem tive room
furnished house, hot and cold water.
Inquire at the Hub Shoe store 6-St
FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms
on Morrow Avenue, second house
back of City Hall. Mrs. J. M. mite.
Make a Name
I he young man wha cannot save moiey is
doomed to go through life unknown and un-
I he man who does save shows that he is
boss of himself and ready to assume respon-
sibilities that may come to him.
Savings means more than having just so
much money—it means building character,
winning the respect of others and being able
to grasp opportunity when it comes. It
means making a name for yourself.
Start now. We ll tell you how.
Ask us about it.
Drumright State Bank
The Bank of Steady Personal Service
THE AMERICAN TAILORS
Make Yoa A Suit
207 EAST b^OADWAY
Alteration and men's shirts
a specialty. Call 105 East Ful-
kerson. Phone 593
Mrs. MOORE AND JARRET
WE HAVE MOVED •
FOR SALE—Jersey tow wit a 2 week J *
heifer calf. 4 gallon of milk per day J *
133 E. Fourth. Phone 539. 16 3t
Ex Couuty Commissioner _ Wilson
was here this morning making an
effort to apprehend a party implicat j Fqr SALE—5 passenger Ford, 1920
ed in stealing a set of harness from modcl, self starter, fully eau'PP®1
We have moved our Vulca- *
nlzing Shop to 203 .South Ohio •
where we will be prepared to •
do first class work. •
SEBRING & GLASS *
K N« S SNKKXX
Want ada in the Derrick pays.
Any Successful Busjaess Mai
tell yea. on* suoeeeS rniOunt a kMk mm-
neetfaa. A bank account haa bean fee stvttkt *
the aareeri ef uinetc-aie swocwiaful bualoaaa men Of
a hundred Can you point out the eicerUonT
Tou mist begin some time, why not nowT Our ar*
years of successful bank management haa enabled ua
build a banking Institution that can and will meet *41 yoof
legitimate requirements. Our conservative method* aad
modern equipment will appeal to you.
First National Bank
at Hudson &
Dave Zachie, who recently sold his
drug store on Broadway, east of the poll SALE—Furniture Everything
railroad track, is putting in a swell i from kitchen stove to duofold. New
pharmacy, soda and lunch busintss in lyweds just the thing for you No
the new brick store room at 122 East junk
Broadway next door west of Knight s
ladles' wear. He has hoisted the most
conspicuous electric sign in the city.
It cost 11100.
FOR SALE—National cash register
in first class condition. Cost ♦*•!
new. TannehJll The Jeweler. 11-3
A GREAT PICTURE AT
THE LIBERTY THEATRE
Emerson Hough's famous novel
The Sa*e Brutfhar was shown in
phntoplay form at the l.tWrfrtyv (Thea
tre last night to uipacity audiences
all eventag and the picture drew
many favorable comments. The char
acters as well as the scenes are very
unusual and many of them very
thrilling, especially the flood <=c*n«
and the forest tire. The Sage llrush
er will bo shown for the .last time
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ARRESTED AT 8HAMKOCK
Deputy Sheriff 1'aly.arrested Wm
Ryan on a charge of' pandering at
Shamrock Wednesday He wa« held
under a bond of H,800 for his up
pearance before Justice at the Paaoe
McDonald Saturday at 10 o'clock
Inquire at this office IMt
FOR SALE—Pure bred white ,<L*
horn eggs $150 Per setting I
Pack. Phone 576 or 115. l tf.
FOR BA1 >'/—Tt-.xas blue ribbon cane
About itHt bashcls at *1*
bushel as long as it 1&«*K. 1 12
wkest and 2 13 miles north of Drum-
right. Okla P. P. Powell •<
FOR 9ALI6—Second-fiAUd turntwi*-
Inquire at 014 West Broad way. Ml-*-
L08T. STRAVEO, S'TOkSM, POUN*.
IjOST—Bill told With p*par* and
D O. O. K. receipt c*m Finder re-
turn to owner. Name oa card,
phono Will glTe reward. lUSt
All this week nt tho Christian
Church, 8 p m All are cordially in
MIST -Expert Rifle l l"- Ma* *a-
gravrd on back. WUlUai wllaaa,
Jf. S. W. C. 17, Return to Rlefctart
sou Jaweler shop and receive r w«rtl
v uuivu a i/ •- — Ladies < huwpaiga nolor atava
vltod to attend them* meetinlu. Come Jan lihxW from RroadwaJ t° IfWT *
and worship with us.
M. U ANTHONY. Sllnister.
Wanted - Pooit'on I T an ••xperieno-
ed bookkeeper and easier Address
A M H«bD«rd, hoi 458 MnM
(•"OR RENT Three nicely furnlshe'l
rooms. Privilege ot phone, hot and
cold water with bath. .Mrs. .Moore
iFhaaa 31) l-3'
Return to D
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104choice residence lota In Broad-
way and Joaas AddiUoa.
I room house aad furniture WSM.M
Good I room house an SSaat Broad,
sray, | 40.0«.
3 room house on Second St.
Here's What You Gain
Coat one-kali a« auk.
Iicroaso 20 Pot Cost.
High olasn trade,
Storage room for
35 cars, working 5
men. Small amount
of cash will handle
209 S. Ohio
Cold nettled In the tauacles of the
nnrk arms or «hn M r "• *
moTement painful. Uaa BilUrti Soow
1 Juliaent. It rellfea tko
laxes tho tne(aa. Tteoo akw,
««o (M . HM n <a«r
Wear clothe* dotigned e -
peciaUy for you.
Tits kmm TAILORS
M7 CAST ■ROAOWAV
I m L«t us ox plain (Imm «xcliuiv« advantagw t« fmm. ^
" Also carry a completo liaa sf Auto AccsMsri—(Hat I
" and Tubas,
GASOLINE AND OILS5
a Ha*s add>d Track Ssnfes to aur gi ,
m buMsass. Will go asywksrt a Fard Track «a '§v
I LIVERY CAR TO ALL POMTS
, hinimw b MiMrtlr MUckW.
MAM VULC AND FILLING STAIM
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