Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 67, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 15, 1920 Page: 3 of 8
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
One sorrel mare from Tiger school,
2% miles north bf Drumright. Brand
on left shoulder "T." Five dollars re-
ward if restored to Hurst Grocery,
northeast corner. J, B. Cowan. 3t
Published in The Drumright Eyen-
ing Derrick, June 10, IMO. 20t.
Before the Board of County Commis-
sioners of Creek County, State of
Oklahoma. In the matter of vacat-
ing and opening certain public roads
in Creek County, State of Oklahoma.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that on the
20th day of Way, 1520, there was filed
with the Board of County Commission-
ers of Creek County, Oklahoma, a pe-
tition signed by Tom Butcher, and
eleven other freeholders, asking for
the closing, vacating, and abandon-
ment of that portion of the public sec-
tion line highway along the south line
of Sec. 1, Twp. 18 N. R.-ll-E, being 35
ft. on each side of the section line,
more particularly described as follows:
Commencing at the southwest cor-
ner of the southwest quarter of the
southeast quarter of Sec. 1, T-18-N, R-
11-E- Creek county, Okia.; thence east
along south line of said Sec. 1, a dis-
tance of 633.4 ft. to the point of be-
ginning; thence east along south line
of said Sec. 1 a distance or 388.8 ft.
to a point in the center line of the
west bouml main track of the S. L.-8.
F, Ry Co.; thence east' along south-
line of said Sec. 1 a distance of 125
The potilion further prays for th
. .. UTS
(Conducted by National Council of the
Boy Scouts of America.)
NOW HE'S FOR SCQUT CAMPING
"Right here and now I take back
anything I have sold against winter
camps," says William Heyliger, author
of books known to all boys.
"For I have spent a day at the win-
ter-camp maintained by the Boy Scouts
of America at the Bear Mountain res-
ervation, nine miles from Tuxedo. I
went there when the mercury was
hovering just above the aero mark.
"I found sixty Manhattan and Bronx
scouts quartered in a log cabin with
a roaring fire in an open fireplace In
the canter of the room. I found one
gang of hoys chopping wood and
bringing It In for the fire. I found an-
other gang preparing the next meal. I
found another gang building an out-
door cooking oven.
"I found another gang preparing to
sleep that night where they had slept
for two other nights—out in the open
under a lean-to. And I found every-
body just al>out having the time of
their young lives.
'The reason why was not hard to
find. They were dressed for this kind
of weather—n wise man saw to that.
"Just think," mi od the merry old
gentleman, as he watched a crowd of
college boys. "Forty years ago I was
"Well, you haven't changed much,
Sam," replied his friend. "It's tru
you don't wear loud hat bands and
1 will tuno your piano Tor J3.50. J i
also do repair work ST all kinds on : ,
pianos. All work guaranteed. Leave ■ Ba
orders at Udon's Book Store. Phone
20. Wio Petty. May 9. N
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
J. H. Gallrlen (Frenchie) is unfair
socks and burst forth In a college yell j (0 tj,8 painters' Union and organized
at every oppor.«inity, but you own the
Make. Your Money
flashiest automobile In town, and 1
don't know of anybody who honks his
horn without any pnrticul'jr reason
more often than you do."—Birming-
"The fortune teller told me 1 have
a generous nature," said young Mrs.
"Of course," replied her husband.
"You've get to open your pockelbook
and prove your generosity before you
can get a fortune teller to notice you."
labor in showing an old out-of-date duo
book instead of the working card al!
unlou painters carry.
Pres. J. E. Wolford,
Fin. Sec. I,. W. Stenson.
Bus. Agent Ralph Higgins.
Automobile licenses can be obtained
from Mrs. Alexander, at the mayor's
The Modern Figure.
' "De you think this country's polit-
ical affairs will ever taring forward
the traditional 'man on horseback'?"
"No," answered Mr. Chugglns. "The
horse Is out-of-date. What you want
to look out for is the man in the au-
CALL KOR WARRANTS
And they were kept cheerfully oecu-
locating .establishment and opening of. r"lp same wise man saw to
a public highway in lieu thereof, situ-! t,mL Drefls a wortnI-v aml turu
.. .. , _ , , ., I his hands to something that he likes
ated in Sec. 1, Twp. ]8 N., R. 11-E, . , , .
to do, and he ll laugh at all the zero
extending 12% ft. on each side of the
center line more particularly described
Commencing at the southwest corner
of the southwest quarter of the south-
east quarter of Sec. 1, T-18-N, R-ll-E,
Creek County, Okla.; thence east alons
south line of said Sec. 1 a distance of
683.4 ft. to the point of beginning,
being on the south line of aforesaid
Sec. 1; thence easterly, ■•rtheasterly
and northerly on a curve to the left,
the radius of which is 200 ft., a dis-
tance of 337.7 ft.; thence norther'v
along a tangent to last described curve,
a distance of 817.3 ft.; thence aorth-
easterly, making an angle of 85 de-
grees to the right of the last described
course, a distance of 411.7 ft. to the
ft. to the end, being a point in the cen-
ter line of the present Tulsa-Sapulpa
end, being a point on the center line
of the present Tulsa-Sapulpa public
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of County Commissioners has
fixed the 5th day of July, 1920, at 10
o'clock A. M. at the county courthouse
in Sapulpa, Creek County, Okla., as
the time when, and the place whert
said petition will be acted upon.
Dated thiB 2nd day of June, 192P.
C. K. MADDOX,
County Clerk, Creek County.
State of Oklahoma.
weather In the world.
"A few years ago had any man sug-
gested that boys should go into the
mountains and camp during the winter
he would have been led away and
put iuto a cell. Rut times have
changed. We know more now about
the virtues of outdoor life and we
are building a sturdier group ol
THOUSANDS JOIN BOY SCOUTS.
Thousands of applications for asso-
ciate membership In the national coun-
cil continue to pour Into the office of
the Boy Sconts of America, 200 Fifth
Avenue, New York, since boy scout
week came to a close.
Checks ranging from $1 to others
running Into several figures continue
to pile up the results of tli* nation-
wide drive, which has already enlisted
1,000.000 men and women.
The new financial auxiliary thus
created brings the total membership
of the Boy Scouts of America up to a
million and a half, which includes ap-
proximately 400,000 active scouts and
Notwithstanding the tremendous
size of this organization, it Is con
ducted with a professional force of
hut 300 paid workers, mostly scout ex-
ecutive hired by the business men of
the larger cities. The rest are volun-
teers, and according to James E. West,
the chief scout executive, "they give
from three to thirty hours a week to
scouting, finding In the Joy of the
work alone more than sufficient com-
Call for Creek County, Oklahoma,
warrants made the 8th day of June,
1920. Interest ceases thirty days from
dato of call.
General Fund, Current Series No.
4771. The above numbers are regis-
tered numbers, which must appear on
the face of the warrant.
E. R. PICKETT,
64-10t Creek, County, Oklahoma.
*1 think you have a. model apart*
"Tes, my husband says lt'a a
model of the real thing."
For rapid healing there Is nothing
like Liquid Boroione. It mends toru
flesh, heals cuts, burns or sores so
quickly no time Is lost from work
Price, 30c, 60c ar.d $1.20. Sold by Cii>-
Drug Btcro. 236X
Telephone Toll Service rates are graduated giving consideration
to tho cost of furnishing tbo service. "Statlon-to-statiou" service s less
expensive than "person-to-person" service because it is not necessary
for tho telephone company to locate a particular person.
By using "statlon-to-station" service when it will answer your
needs, the cost is 20 per cent less than the ''person to person" Rervice.
FURTHER savings are possible by selecting the time of day when
the call is made.
"STATION-TO STATION" calls between 8; 30 p. m. and midnight
are charged at "Evening Rates'' and the cost is about 50 per cent less
than the day "station-to-station" rate, when the day rate is 50 cents
"STATION-TO-STATION" tails between midnight and 4:30 a. m.
are charged at. "Night Rates'' and the cost is about 75 per cent lesH
than tho day ''■tatlon-to-station" rates when the day rate is one dollar
Reduced rates apply only to station-to-station calls, and only when
tho day rate is 26c or more.
MANY subscribers are taking advantage of this service, which is
speedy and loss expensive.
ANALYZE YOUR REQUIREMENTS AND USE "station-to-station"
borvice wherever possible.
To place a "station-to station" call, roach tfca long-rt" tanco operator
in tho usual way and say—"I wish to talk to ANYONE at Main 678 |jj|
Chicago," or—if you don't know the telephone number, say—"I wish jyj
to talk to ANYONE at James Smith's residence on 'A' street, Chicago." Sal
Southwestern Bell Telephone Company
HOW CAN WF. DO IT?
O Father Time, I hate to sea
Tour scythe put on parade.
And when you take a hack at me,
1 hope you nick your blade!
"Has your wife a trustful, confid-
"Sometimes she tr.is ni I sometimes
she hasn't. She won't believe any-
thing 1 tell her, but she will place Im-
plicit confidence In a ouija board's
most casual remark."
IF we send away for our groceries?
IF we go out of town for our doctors
IF we purchase our clothing in oi.. r
IF we send to maU order houses for
IF we go elsewhere to na.e ou-
HOW can we •' jn business
"I understand Casslus Chex has an-
nounced his, intention of turning his-
eyes from earth hereafter, to fix his
gaze on higher things."
"Somebody must have told him
every cloud has a sliver lining."
HEW TREATMENT TMAT
75c BOX FREE TO ANY SUFFERER
Up lu Syracuse, N Y , a treatment
Cor rheumatism nas been found that
hundreds of users say is a wonder, re
porting cits that seem little short of
mlracu Just s tew treatments ev
en in th ry worst cases seem to ac
complis fonders even after othei
remedU re failed entirely. It setms
to neut ) tho arte acid and lime
salt de| In the blood, driving alt
the poisonous clogging waste from tht
system Horcnoss, pain, stiffness
swelling just seem to molt away anC
The treatment first Introduced hy
Mr Delano is so good that Its owne)
wants everybody that suffers from
rheumatism or who has a friend so af
dieted, to get a free 75c package fron
him t" prove Just what It will do ft
every ensa before a penny Is spent
Mr rvii.no s ..m: To prove thai th.
Delano treatment will positively over
come rheumatism, no matter how He
verc, tftihborn or long standing th'
esse. I even after all otl.er treat
monts ii ".. failed, 1 will. If vou hav>
never previously used tho treatment
•end J i fu'l size 75c package frei
!f you i>'l| Just cut out this notice anf
send It with your name and addros*
with 1 to help pay postage nn 1 dl*
trlbntln expense to me personally.
K H Delano, 1473 Gilffln Sqntr.
Bldg, "ytaouse. N. T. I oan * nd
•my an "Yes Package to W
SCOUTING CURE8 LAW BREAKING.
"The constant reports of young men
from sixteen to eighteen breaklug the
laws in various parts of the country
seem to 'tell the story,' and show that
there iaust be an intensive campaign
carried on to teach our young folks
loyalty, patriotism and respect for the
laws of their country," says Whitman
N. Smith, who has recently taken up
the work In Portland, Me., of a boy
"From my experience In the work
for the last four years. It seems to
me that the community never had a
greater need for the scout program
for boys than It has today.
"I find In communities where no par-
ticular attempt has been made to give
publicity to the work that people are
awake to the possibilities of the scout
program and believe that the future of
the movement Is greuter than it has
been since Its Inception."
Mr. Smith Is the first scout execu-
tive to be employed in the state of
Miss Gulash—Why did you leave
your last boarding place?
Jim Skipper—Persistent Inqulsltlve-
ness of the boarding lady. She contin-
ually kept askin' me, "When are you
gonna pay your board?"
Lucky Is Right
Charity Visitor—Patrick, I under-
stand that you are the seventh son Id
the family; have you any luck?
Patrick—Oh, yes, m'uin; I gets all
me brothers' clothes, so I'm pretty
warm on cold days.
Wear tailor-made clc'' -•
made by real ta
THE AMERICAN TAIL!)*
207 East Broadway
WHO IS YOUR DENTIST.
(f ycur teeth need dental work, let's tslk It over, It costs jrsi
'ting but s little time. My motto Is good work for less 9 9 t sm
less -lain. All work guaranteed. W
Lady In Office. j
Office over Guaranty 8tate Bank. PHONE *, r
9:30 A. M. to 11:00; 1:00 io 6:30 P. M; 7:00 to 8:0C P, M. *
DR. CLARK, DENTI9T.
"I told my boss I could not live on
my present salary."
"What did he say?"
"That if I couldn't It wouldn't be
such a world disaster."
Has Some Wealth, Anyway.
"Smith is very proud of his looks,
Isn't he?" said Brown.
"Tes," agn<ed Jones, "he has more
gold in his teeth than he has in the
SC0UT8 DETER "HICK WALKERS."
"Protect the '.Iny-walkers' despite
themselves," Is the slogan udopted by
the boy scouts of Philadelphia, who
have been working In conjunction with
the Itotary clnh In (he "Cross at Cross-
When the scouts covered the busi-
ness part of the city In mnss form
several Irate shoppers protested when
advised for safety's sack to cross at
tho crossing. Despite the protests oi
the "Jays" and "hick-walkers," Scout
Executive Goodman said the scouts
were determined to help thnt element,
"UNCLE DAN" WAS "PREPARED."
While speaking before n large
nudlence Daniel Cnrter Heard was and
denly nuked to tel 1 (he difference be-
tween a tax and a fine.
Altliom h as national commissioner
of tho II..y Hcouts of America "Uncle
Dan" elceoly follows the motto of "Be
Prepared." in this case he hud to hesl
tate for a second.
Then from his Hps enme the apho-
rism, "A lax la a fine on legitimate
business, whit* u Hue is a tax ou ti
"Oh, Mr*. Rashly, I'm so glad to
•o* you. 1 hear you have been away
"Hi Just relatives."
1 thinker now and llien we find
Who loaves approval Inrompl, le.
He has o much upon his mind
He does not use hi* hands and feet
A Gentle Hint.
"Sir, I came to at.k for your daugh-
%"AH right, young man Whenever
ron want It, you will Itnd it lu my
"If there were a nuvy aviation
"It ooght to be easy enough to find
Ihe man higher lip "
Model K-44 ■ I1SS5.SO
Modal K -45 - $1 595.00
Model K-4S ■ rmsoo
Modal K-47 • S24SA OO
Modal K.-4S - I1S66.00
Modal K 50 . 12805.00
F. O. B. Flint, Mick.
Primi lUm.W Afrit I, 'SO
/"*\NE of the world wide achievements
of the Buick Valve-in-head motor
car is the complete motor car satisfaction
that comes with Buick ownership.
Such an achievement has not been estab-
lished simply through the miraculous per- |
formance of one particular model but
overwhelmingly acquired by the daily use
of over five hundred thousand Buick cars.
The Buick Valve-in-head motor car
through twenty years of fine performance,
has established a prestige that has com-
pletely won the confidence of mankind.
Buick efficiency, economy, and endurance
are qualities that give to the world an
assurance of supreme motor car
"The soprano *ays she can't
•n account of ulcerated teeth.'
"Tliut Is Ihe very time to make her
[ Whon hot tor nnfwniohllpw ore built, Ituirk will luiild (hem
A Hot One.
He—The woman I n, n v mn«; i ne t
•t least as much ., i 1 di.
She—You are certalol; vary uuxk-sl
to mm rwatriHMBta.
DRUMRIGHT BUICK CO.
1LLEF-HONE 19 TELEPHONE 19
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 67, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 15, 1920, newspaper, June 15, 1920; Drumright, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc149100/m1/3/: accessed July 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.