Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 305, Ed. 1 Friday, March 25, 1921 Page: 1 of 2
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VOTE FOR H.D. RAY, INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR
VOL. 5- NUMBER 305
DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1921
DAILY 15c PER WEEK
VOTE *0R FAYE (Mrs. Oscar) McCOLLOUGH FOR SCHOOL TREASURER
Germany Listening to Rattle
of Rifles, Crash of Shells
Fighting Resumed or
Large Seale With
Hand to Hand Con-
TROOPS ARE WELL DISCIPLINED
AND WELL ARMED
Eislebent, Germany, March 25.—
From a report that came through 'at
10:30 Saturday night it is learned that
street fighting as a result of "'com-
munist outbreaks which has been in
progress during the last forty hours
in this important copper mining town
in Saxony are continuing desperate-
ly with hand to hand combats at the
railroad station and streets in the
center of the city.
The rattle of machine guns and the
crash of hand grenads and the popp-
ing of rifles are going on steadily for
the last three hours.
The workers who are doing the fight
ing are heavily armed and well disci-
forts to avert further communist
distjrdrs among the Prussians of Sax-
any and Hamburg.
Following the first outbreak of vio-
lehce in the Saxon towns, there came
yesterday a period of comparative
qui-1, but officfiials proceeded on the
theory that a nevy outbreak might
come at any time.
Organized labor seems to have lent
its support to the revolution move-
Gets Itself Lost
BELIEVED TO HAVE GONE INTO I master George K. Wilkenson,
Berlin, March 25.—Government au-
thorities continued today to make ef-
MUST FACE SUPERIOR COURT
| E. J. Brockwood, who appeared be-1
fore Judge Ham today on a charge of
passing bogus cSiccks. was bound |
over to the Superior Court.
OCEAN AFTER SENDING
Pensacola, Florida, March 25.—
Naval authorities express their
belief today that the only hope
for the safety of Chief Quarter-
missing from the naval air sta-
tion heer since he took the air In
tion here since he took the air in
a free ballon Tuesday night, is
that some vessel in the gulf of
Mexico may have rescued him.
Search for the missing ballon
Vote for Hazel C. "Mrs. 0. J." Bridges for School Treasurer
MAY IKE STATEMENT
ON RUSSIAN POLICY
LATE THIS AFTERNOON
may be made late today either at the I
White House or the state department. I
I It is understood that this was agreed j
| upon at a regular Friday cabinet meet
| ing at which the appeal of the soviet
government for a resumption of trade
I relations between the United States
I and Russia will be discussed at leng-
Washington, March 25.—Some state-
ment regarding the Russian Question
Old newspapers for sale at Derrick.
FLIER IN SWAMPS
AFTER BAD CRASH
Monroe, La., March 25.—'Attempt-
ing to land -because of engine trouble
near Crowville, a small town in the
swampy wilderness of Northeast
Louisana, Lieutenant W. B. Coney, I
who early today started from Jackson-1
ville, Florida, on a transcontinental
flight to San Diego. Calif., struck a
tree and fell seventy-five feet to earth, j
His back is believed to have been
broken, and his plane is wrecked.
(Coney was reported to be conscious
at noon today. He is now at a farm
house, the home of Mose Lanier, on
whose premises he fell.
This farm is near Crowville, a small
town on Deer Creek near Franklin,
Paris county. The country is swampy
and roads are built of logs on dyket.
making travel and communiration
FOR TRADE—For good automobile
20 acres good land in fee near Salli-
saw address G. J. Stumpff, Drumright
began yesterday after the arrival
of carrier pigeons with a message
stating that the baloon was drift-
ing out to sea only about a hun-
dred feet above water.
Wooden boxes for sale. Army and
Navy store. 305-lt
Jersey and a Durham male for the
season 150 yards east of Third ward
school at Krank Rooneys. 305-12t
VIC "V.H." HOLMES for City Treasurer
If you alWays wish to look your The fire department made a run
best, your teeth should always re- j where a matress had caught fire. The
ceive proper care. Dentistry that is ! 12:30 o'clock last night :o the Neal
servicable and distinctly hhrmonious rooms over the Drumright drug store,
and correst. " 1 where a matress had aught Ore. The
B. Jones, Georgia D. Jones, dentists mattress was thrown out and extin-
112 1-2 East Broadway. Phone 36. guished.
This spring weather, your system requires green vegetables We
have the largest assortment in the city.
WILL AFFECT 'SOME
HUNDREDS OF MEN STILL SERV-
ING AT HOME AND IN~GER-
The pastor of the Presbyterian j
< hurch is very anxious that those who !
have been seriously thinking of unit- j
ing with the church should be pres- j
<-nt at Sunday morning's service,
j He also requests that parents who j
desire to have their children baptiz- ]
ed will attend the morning service. !
! May we earnestly pray (for a 1
great blessing on the churches and [
C. E. PITTS, Pastor
Fresh Head and Leaf Lettue
Fresh Egg Plant
We give you the best meat cuts
in the city.
Shibley Grocery Company |
I PHONE 259. WE DELIVER |
Washington, March 25.—Military al-
lotments arid allowances under the
war risk insurance act will expire au-
tomatically July 31, as was anticipat
ed, the comptroller of war risks of the
treasury holds in a ruling made public
War risk insurane bureau officials
are unable to give accurate figures
concerning the number of soldiers,
sailors and marines having allotments
which will be affected, but" said that
there are hundreds of men still in the
service both at home and in the Amer-
ican army on the Rhine who are stil\
maintaining allotments for their rela-
tives, and that the government like-
wise is supplying an allotment of an
:: The biggest and best *
line of baked goods |
■ J ever displayed in
4 doors north of Postoffice
Shortcake can't be
JUST ARRIVE!) SMART MODELS FOR :
In all cr-lors and leathers to match you"
charming Easter custumes.
The Hub Shoe Store
Dr. H. J. CLARKE for MAYOR. My Motto is My Oath of Office
i What it takes to get::
1 up a home cooked
t meal, we've got
we use it too.
:; Drumright's Only
:: Pure Cream in your Coffee 5c.
Whipped Cream on Your Pie
It will pay you to
visit our Saturday
Sale and buy all you
A shopping bag will
be given free to
every lady customer
% Pure Food Grocery
Penn. and B'dy. Cash and Carry
J. R. KEIL, Prop.
ALL THE NEWEST SHADES
OF ALL KINDS
Ayers Wall Paper & Paint Store
North of Postoffice
Something New |
HI CUT FLOWERS
t|| Tomatoes, Cabbage,
t t and other plants, see
AKIN FLORAL CO.
118 S. Creek.
Ask Your Grocer f
'!* Call after 4 o'clock week day
j* and anytime Saturday or Sun-
VOTE FOR J. H. KISTLER for CITY TREASURER
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