Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 99, Ed. 1 Friday, July 23, 1920 Page: 1 of 8
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Market.: If jts New We Have It.- -
KNIGHTS LADIES WEAR
VOL. V. NUMBER 99
DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1920.
DAILY 15c PER WEEK. DAILY, PER YEAR, $6.00.
ARE YOU FIT TO MARRY?
LIBERTY THEATRE TODAY
THE END OF THE ROAD see DECIDE FOR YOURSELF
LIBERTY THEATRE TODAY
BRYAN REFUSES NOMINATION
DOLLARS FOP™ thief makes
CREEK COM!lt" " "
rami skis met |U, TIDE 10 OLD LOVE,
IIIH BOSS BOLSHEVIK
Commissioners Carrying out Ex-
tensive Program; Best Roads in
State Here. Other Counties
Adopt Plan of Creek County.
One million dollars for roadbulld- roads. These men are anxious vo
ing in Creek County is the budget complete the strip of eleven miles
of the county commissioners for their, of unfinished road between Drum-
present program. They plan to fin-' right and Cuehing. this strip lying
ish building a complete system of
goods roads throughout the county
and propose to Bet the best results
possible. Much has already been ae-
compiishnd toward Riving the county a
network of hard-surfaced, model roads,
and as a result of the activity of the
commissioners, Creek county today
enjoys thq reputation of having the
best roads in t^e state. And es-
pecially is this true of the roads
uear Drumright, thanks to Commis-
sioner S. M. Sftiith, who has paid
particular attention to the roads in
the Third district, and to Commission- lion,
er Aaron Drumright of the Second, j have
in Payne county, tt is the plan of the
Payne commissioners to finish up the
strip so as to connect Drumright and
Cushing with a modern model road.
Word has been received that the
commissioners of Pawnee and Osage
counties are coming to Inspect the
Creek roads with a view to adopting
the local method in their respective
Announce for Re-election
Commissioner Smith >of the Third
district and Mr. Drumright of the
Second have announced for re-elec-
In view of the. fact that they
acquitted themselves so wejl
Joe Walker, negro, was locked up
in the city jail here this morning and
will be arraigned before the county
Judge charged with grand larceny.
.Toe was arrested early this morning
by Chief Jack Ary as he was In the
act of selling a number of chickenc.
J. E. Barnes, farmer living about nine
miles east of Drumright, preferred
charge against the negro, alleging that
the latter had stolen some forty hens
and about thirty-five friers from his
place last night.
Ftyrnes identified the chickens as
No suh, Mistah Jack, ah didn't
steal dem chickens. I bought em at
Shamrock," was the argument the
cooon put up when accosted by the
15 CT8. BREAD I* PUIN WRAP-
PERS MADE BY HAMILTON BAKE-
Warsaw, July 23.—Poland sent ar-
mistice proposals direct to the Soviet
government at Moscow.
After the proposals had been dis-
patched by wire by the National Coun-
cil of Defence, a new coalition Cabinet
was formed under the premiership
of M. Wits.
Washington, July 23. - Poland has
asked the State Department to form-
ally announce to the world the
"moral support" of th United States
to Poland in bade with the Russian
"I Cannot, in Justice to Prohibition
Party Nor to Myself, Accept the
Nomination," Commoner Wires
THE WOMAN IN ROOM 13.
15 CT3. BREAD IN PLAIN WRAP.
PER6 MADE BY HAMILTON BAKE-
THE WOMAN IN ROOM 14.
Besides Mr. Smith and Mr. Dnrni- 'luring their terms of office, and !b
right, Vance Likely serves the county Tie*r 01 the 'act that they are so well
as commissioner in the first district i Posted on the needs of the county
and is in on the good work.! and ar« trying to meet them, there
They have accomplished wonderful1 la no doubt but that they will re-
work in road construction. (Creek i < p,ve * sufficient majority to assure
county has a very irregular surface,. them of the confidence of the people,
and the work of grading a roadbed,
U much more difficult than where the]
road runs over a level country. j
The Tulsa county commissioners arfi'
THE WOMAN IN ROOM 13.
planning to complete the road from WOMAN'S BODY FOUND IN
Sapulpa to Tulsa. This will afford TRUNK IN WAREHOUSE
oomplete road connection bewteen
Creek and Tulsa counties. The com- New York, July 23.—The body of
missioners are speeding up the work a mude woman jammed in a trunk
as fast as the present labor condl- was found here this morning by em-
tions and supply of materials will per- ployees of the American Express comp-
LMDSUOEFf SCOIT FERRIS
Correspondent Says Trend of Vo-
ters is to Ferris Ranks, Accord-
ing to Reports From All Parts
of the State.
(By Associated Press)
By R. C. Graham
Correspondent Associated Press'
Oklahoma City, July !3.—With the
mlt, and expect to got to the Tulsa- any among unclaimed baggage in the 8tate primary only tw" WR<,k* distant,
Sapulpa road shortly.
company's warehouse. The trunk
j every new surface indication points
A new bridge will soon be built to was received here from Detriot on
replace the first bridge out of Drum-j July 17. There
right on the road to Sapulpa. j violence on the body, expressmen
To Use Creek Plans j said.
The fact that the Commissioners' Tho express company is conduct-
have succeeded so well in building ing an investigation at Detroit to find
roads in Creek county has attracted the shipper of the trunk.
the attention of other connties, andj o
commissioners and delegations from j THE WOMAN IN ROOM 13
other parts have been visiting thisi o
An invitation was read from the
Pond Creek American Legion Post
for him to be the| principal speaker
at its picnic late In August.
''We want to be among the first
Cq have our nominee for the O. 3.
to a decided band wagon drift to
were no marks of Scott Ferria, Democratic candidate for I Senate address us," the ex-soldier*
the United States Senatorial nomina-1 declared.
tion. During the present week, it I Speakers are volunteering in drives,
continued, this drift will assume the j and the speakers' bureau is already
proportion of a landslide by balloting assurrod that there will be 500 Ferris
This decided rush to the Ferris
banner Is substantiated by reports
from practically every county in the
state. In the hotel lobbies, prominent
citizens of every county tell of It.
Travelling men report Ferris senti-
and out of sev-
county and going over the roads to WITNESS AGAINST STRIKE
investigate the result of the plan ub<h1 LEADER ARE SUBPEONAEO
ill this county.
W. P. Payne and W. Sanrs, commis j Chicago, July S3.—Subpoenas for six- m<>nt 0,1 thB incro««"
sionors of Okmulgee county, have been , ty railroad officials and union lead- *'™1 hundred visitors to this elty who
here to inspect the roads. They era to appear before the grand jury w"rn lnt«rviewed since Monday, prac-
drovo over much of the road which Wednesday were issued at the re- Ucal'y everyone had a story of "ris-
has been completed and under heavy quest of District Attorney Clyne this h"? **rrta Mock."
usago for some time, and expressed morning. They are witnesses who will f'Prrlfl managers were deluged yes-
the belief that no better road could testify in the investigation of tho t,,rday with offers of help from bund-
be built without putting down a con- activities of John Gruneau, president! <tTed* of lo*dlng citizens in many
Crete roadbed. They will probably of the Chicago yardmen, and twenty r<>untle" who haVR declared the cloak
adopt tho Creek county plan In build- seven other leaders of unauthorized ooutrallty off and for the first favorite
campaigners on the hustle during
the last week of July.
An Important straw, according to
promintent citizens of various counties
Is the daily increasing number of
Democratic candidates for county of-
fices who are declaring for Ferris. In
the local campaign every Democratic
candidate in Washington county is
openly running on a Ferris platform.
Farmers from all four cornors of
the state are writing In Increasing
volume denying that their votes are
Controlled by any man, and partic-
ularly resent the playing off of one
class against anothor, which is the
method Ferris' opponent.
time are anxious to have part In the j Polls of Democratic women complet-
Ferris army. More than (to hund- ed this week In ten counties indicate
red requests reached Ferris head- scattored throughout the state lndl-
ing their roads In Okmulgee county., strikes.
A committee from the Cushing! o .
Rotary Club, together with the com MOTHER'S 1«e BREAD AT ALL ^ 1
missioners of Payne County, were GROCERYS MADE BY HAMILTON quilrt"rs today insisting that Ferris cato that 80 percent of the registered
here recently to drivr« over the Creek BAKERY. personally pay them a campaign visit Democratic women of Oklahoma wlU
before primary day. ! vote for Ferris.
Booosman, Montana, July !2ntL—
William Jennings Bryan this after-
noon announced postiveiy that he
would not accept the nomination for
president tendered him by the pro-
hibition national convention at Lin-
coln, Neb. The first intimation of
his nomination was received by him
at 1 o'clock this afternoon at Madi
son Lake, upon bis return from ■
forenoon of fishing when he read an
Associated Press dispatch giving the
test of the telegram sent to him by
the convention at Lincoln. He was
forty miles away from any telegraph
office at the time, but soon as he
reached Norris, Montana, he tele-
graphed a reply rejecting the nomi-
Bryan's telegram said:
'Having been away from the rail-
roads and telegraph facilities for the
past 24 hours, I have not received
your telegram notifying me1 of the
nomination tendered by the Prohibi-
tion party convention. But reading a
copy of it in the Hoceman Chronicle,
I hasten to reply. I profoundly ap-
preciate the honor done me in tend-
ering this nomination and 1 fujiy
share In tho convention's interest in
phohlbitlon as the permanent policy
of our country and in the strict en-
forcement of the Volstead act with-
out any weakening of its provisions.
I also share the convention's disap-
pointment at the failure of tho Demo-
cratic and Republican parties to pledge
their candidates to such a policy, but
I cannot In justice to the prhibition
party nor to myself accept the nomin-
"My connection with other reforms
which would make It impossible for
rae to focus my attention upon the
prohibition question alone, and besides,
I am not willing to sever my con-
noctton with the democratic party,
which has so signally honored me in
"I have not decided yet how I
shall vote his fall, but however I
may feol It my duty to do In this
campaign, I expect to sontlnuo as a
member of the Democratic party and
to serve my country through It"
The telegram was adressed to Mr.
Bryan's brothor, Charles Bryan, at
Lincoln, Nebr., July 23.—Delegates to
the Prohibition national convention
were completely nonplused when In-
formed by the Associated PresB to-
night that William Jennings Bryan
had refused to accept the nomination
tendered him yesterday by the party.
It had beon believed generally that
ha would accept and the convention
throughout tods/ had made its
with thst view.
The convention was in recess mhm
the first dispatches from lloeemaa.
Montana, were received, but the
news quickly spread and a fnnerU
could not have given a more discon-
tented appearance around praMM.
The text of Mr. Bryan'* telegram
was received in silence ty thfr
A8K FOB PRIORITY
IN COAL MOVCMSWT
Washington. July 2J —New
gency order* directing priority m
movement of ooal to the Atlantic se*.
board for transshipment to N«w fee-
land to meet the fuel situation ham
been asked of the Interstate Com mere*
Commission by ooal operators, dealer*,
and railroad execatlvea.
THE WOMAN IN ROOM 11
MRS. MAOOOX RUNNING
FOB COUNTY CLERK
Mrs. Chastlna K. Maddox of flapul-
pa has announced hor candidacy for
nomination on the Democratic ticket
for county clerk, subject to the action
of the voters In the August 3 primary.
Mrs. Maddox has had much clerical
experience, and promises to perforot
the duties of the office to the best
of hor ability if elected. She Is cam-
paigning throughout the county, antf
will no doubt run a close race for th*
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SATURDAY NIGHT I
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M. W.CAIN ::
Uncalled for Tailor Made Suits 1-2 Price, American Tailors,BtlGZfee
Hon. Scott Ferris Will Speak in Dim ,-htJ Wed.
Ladies and Men Must Register to Vote at Primary, Aug. 3
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