Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 38, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 22, 1922 Page: 2 of 6
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SATURDAY, JULY 22. 1922
DRUMRIGHT EVENING DERRICK
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*4 Class Matt r at th« Posto*f<c« at OrwmfifM, Oklahoma
ra ng to th« act of Congress of March J, 1S70
MEMBER OF THE
Press « exriuslv
r entitled to the um for publication
or b.4 UUrviat crodM im litis
41* patches b*reu ara a loo reeerv+4
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* M-nu^ at the fw-rrbs <• vdu
iki f iUkAi odv..r4 -rr.^tt4 ot as>
k'.f*4 Cur auy persou.
H Q. (Harvt) Matherty, RernbJie*a
r- i dat« of Olive roM| r«sl(i( tki
• It* .Senatorial Ptotrtet Cr«k aU
WATER LILLS NCW DUE
A" *J*«r fclli a'f no* due and pay
as e at tha Hy Cterfc's off 'a. If rot
pa d an or befcre the 10th a penalty ' t Imlra
of $' 00 nrltt be attached. I ( baa* ei
A1! datir ouer<t« not pa d n, tha 10th rq
*• •!' ta cut off i
City Clerk. •
owne. f-lrlnf baoh
i on raising poultry, (t
in e to lirumr gul F«nJ
please take notice
navinf sanitary bo**-** are t«i
• #-d to k<*p Wi cl^aatf while tot
*- Tb* llil rau t b~ fixed so th t
11 -tay cloned
SAN'ITARY DKPAKTMi .
THE WORLD BUILDERS
A great many people run down itudiousiness, on the score
that it has no bearing on the practical side of life, and in the
end brings but little reward.
In a monetary -tense, and jn special cases this may be
true, but if you will watch the studious young men and women,
follow them in and out among th*ir pursuits, you will find that
the majority of those civen to "tudy and close application ul-
timately command the high«-:t salaries and write tbeir names '
among the re«pe< ted and renowned.
The great inventions which we use daily, with seldom a'
thought of their value to mankind, had their birth in the mind j
of the Mturiioufl.
The Hewing machine, the typewriter, the intricate elec- j
trical appliances and the automobile, with which we all are!
m<i;<! or l« familiar, resulted from contemplative study,
coupled with tiresome days of intensive work.
Our life would be beggarly, indeed without the helpful
assistance of brain-workers, who, notwithstanding the asperity
of inconsiderate critics, are the real world builders.
It. is the thoughtful who make life brighter and sweeter
for the thoughtless, who habitually run down studiousness'
like ill-humored courtiers.
The vacant mind wastes its year in ignorance of thnigs
which would fill it to repletion and give it value.
Turn where you may, you will find the full, thinking in-
tellect atop of the world driving it to its goal.
Although it may be difficult in the beginning, the effort
required to overcome the difficulty will make you strong, gen-
erous, great-hearted, self-reliant and fit
Mi wlfil to
Primary August lit.
CORPORATION COM MI" IONRR
C. M. Cade >>t .Shawnee t to
the Republican Primary.
FOR SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE
Ray Mclltienney of .Sapulpa Hub
)"<l to ibe Republican Pr.maries.
August i at
FRED A. SPEAKMAN of Sapulpa,
Subject to the Democratic Primary.
after tbe i
i what we
Wm. M Jenkins oi
ate lor reelection.
tlfy V .C Arnspjg
The prise for the huc-essful
III lw* a ticket entitling ih'
you to climb the . i , oo wurtl, of |oer< han<ll (. at <,n.
dizziest elevation in less time than is given now to grumbling '' ""'is iirun murm or the , my
and bemoaning your lot.
THAT trying to I
ar* not. alwaya sp*-ll<
THAT your busine
*ty need advertising
I hat buatne* rn«-ii
•-U by costing in contact wltto
•a«|i other The benefits and ad
vauL'tgf'H offered by your Cham
IMsf <tf ^'jnimero to its ineml*era
ar« uousnal. If aot already a
member, you hould lnve tlKat««
and become an active member.
THAT ADVKRTLSING la the
br« ath of life of buHinehH.
E R WAITE. Secretary.
SHAW NKF OKLAHOMA
BOARD OF COMMERCK
MONDAY MAN HUNT FOR r"' N'vv attormcy
Hoi U W'vniTvrrh Tom WalUce S:>p«ipa ■" •)•*<■«
■«'/l IV rj) to tb« Ijemociallc Primary Tu «da>
The croas-country man huf.t which
baa been for ten o'clock Mor. I FOR COUNTY ATTOUNSY
« ;«y morning will Htart from the pl;«y-I Frank Hickman of Sapulpa an
i'foi.ndH Any hoy in the r ity who ; noum ea, auhject to the Republican
'he.- to try for the prlz#- to he the Primary Tue:«lay Aufuat IbL
firar tj diacover the fugitive ahoulri
FOR COUNTY JUPGB
H. 8. WILLIAMS of Sapulpa for
reekction on the Reoublicar. t'ekat.
FOR COUNTY JUDGE
THOMAS S. HARRIS
■>t Briftow, subject to the democratic
Primary Au^uat laL
FOR COUNTY JLl^IE
dEN BRADEN of Sapulpa, aubjett
to Democratic Primary.
| FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Aaron Drumright "f h. uinrtght.
i o; District So. Mibje. t to Hepuhll
fan conveoilon Aug i t let.
.",0 flood Farms to g
trade for city prop- |
erty. City propertj' I
for sale or trade for |
farms. Houses to ;;
rent. List your prop- b
erty with us.
Make it Your Business to be
hole county anil all the people
T, E. RAY
I pstairs over Smoke
H449 VW > 1 I "H H I ♦ II I HI MIM'r
\ CREEK COUNTY FREE FAIR
At Bristow, Oklahoma
This is your Fail
• i there. A fair for tb
;If m the county.
i | Bring your Livestock, Farm Crop-. Poultry, Canned
; t Fruits, Canned Vegetables and Textile*.
The Bo;, s and Girl's Club Department will be one
I It of the features.
Free entertainment is to be furnished to all at the
Plenty of room to camp while attending the Fair.
Invite your friends from away to meet you at the
County Fair for a visit.
TOWNSHIP FAIR DATES
Olive, Rept, 9th. Dunham, Sept. 4th and 5fli
liamrook. Sept. 8 and Oth Depe'v, j-ept. 8th and 9th
Mounds, Sept. 9th Newby, Sept. 11th.
Kellyville, Sept 8 and 9 Hazlip, Sept. 9th.
Sapulpa, Sept. 8th and 9th
Ccllective township exhibits al -o collective individual
farm exhibit. See catalogue for particulars on these two
The educational exhibit will be given a large part
in this founty Fair. Do your part toward making this
part of the fair worth while.
Write for a catalogue if you do not get one in the
next two weeks.
Creek County Free Fair Association
J. W. Riley, Secretary
Box 338, Bristow.
t ::jt s u " " ~ " :: :7it
PEACE IN THE AIR
Louis James, nationally known aviator, swung from one
plane to another by means of a rope ladder. In some way the
two planes did not separate promptly enough ; his ladder swung
him against the propeller of the machine from which he had
jumped, and he was, literally, cut to pieces, in midair.
Madame Georges Bryer, French woman of Lyons, charter-
ing an airplane for a hurried trip from a vacation resort to
Naples, found Nature faster than the machine and bore a
son 0,000 feet in the air. Both she and the boy were safely
landed, and later she purchased the machine, which had thus
become imortal as the first to give life.
Flying is yet in its swaddling clothes. We do not but
begin t.o know what we have yet to learn about the conquest
of the air. But long before birth on steamers or trains,
civic consciousness will have awakened to the enoimity of per-
miting hrave but foolhardy men to rish their lives in needless
"stunts for the thrilling of gaping sightseers.
A GOOD INVESTMENT
Tbe plan of Kansas City, Kan., to construct three new
swimming pools in city parks at a total cost of nearly $100,-
000 in a fine recognition, says the Kansas City Star, of the re
creational needs of the people. Provision for these needs
is coming to be one of the tests of efficient municipal gov-
ernment. Men and women of the city find both diversion and
health giving exercise in the well equipp park; boys and
girls found there, under suitable supervision, an excellent sub-
stitute for the dirty street or vacant lot with its unwholesome
Ample playground facilities mean less work for the po-
lice and juvenile courts; less expense in the maintenance of
jails, a people better prepared to do their work in school,
the office, shops and factories. The Kansas City, Kan., swim-
ming pools will pay for themselves many times over.
The senate has approved a duty of two and a half cents
a gallon on milk. This is another item chalked up by the
FOR COI'NTY ATTORNEY
Fletcher M Johnson of Brlalow
Hibject to th* Democratic primary,
| August 1.
J. Arthur Wilson of Drumright for
hariff of Creek county Subject to I
the Republican Primary.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER i
W. T. Wilaon of Olive Township I
for County Commissioner DiKtrict 2.
Subject to tbe Democratic Primary j
our delivery service is yours
j ! hH*-> *
FOR COI'NTY COMMISSIONER
Louie Burton of Shamrock, f)emiv
cratic candidate for county commla-
aloner of District Subject to the
C. C. McGeath, Subject to the j
Democratic Primaty. | zr:
FOR T RIO A SURER
CLARENCE MILLER of Drumright i
for County Treasurer. Subject io the zEz
Democratic Primary August 1.
FOR TIGER TOWNSHIP
John Ocoom of Oilton, subject to
the Angust 1st Primary on the Repub
l«g! 5 3
If you were spending nn evening
In Paris you'd wear something like
Oil* fketch—evening gown loosely
Moused, low waistcd of georgette
oi chiffon, beaded. I probably
x.ould be of red Mhade.
After all, it is rather amusing to watch a 16-year-old-
flapper trying to act as though she had an interesting past.
N° matter how tender the cutlcti
may be they require a tasty
dressing. Without i*. there is
nomething lacking. With it they
attain their fuM measure of tle-
liciou.«neas. Here is a recipe that
will please yov immensely:
Half brcit ,;ix cr oight cnUcta.
Make a thick sau*'a nf tw« UMe-
ipoonfuls out*, i, four tablespoon-
fuls flour an*! t>v.t «Mip milk, by
nielting bu t «r. adding ^our and
then milk. U-A •nti thicW. A.I4
one taHt poonf'-l grated onioa.
' • ful tall.
quarter teaspoonfu' paprika
one-half cup chopped Spanish
( over ea *h half-broiled cu'ltt
'• Wl Oil hiel impound: put
'•utlets back into the oven to lie-
•6h the cooking and to brown the.a.
Serve on hoi platter.
FOR TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE
W. T. Bell of Oilton, candidate
Tiger Township Trustee subject to
Republican Primarv August 1
H. W. Straw of Crow, Republican j
cundidite for treasurer of Tiger
.1 H. McDONALD
For Justice of the Peace, Drumright ;
Justice District, Creek County, Ok- j
lahoma. Subject to Democratic party j
rrlmary, August 1, 11*22.
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| The Street That Saves You Money
H Here's a unique market-place that you can visit
without stirring from your easy-chair. You will
§§ find it in the advertising columns of the Derrick.
H It is a market-place where you can satisfy your
H need of merchandise of every imaginable des-
cription. . No matter what you need—clothing,
furniture, pianos, office equipment, groceries—
you will find these and a hundred other offerings
in the Derrick.
There is Every Advantage in Studying
The Merchandise Offerings in
THE EVENING DERRICK
The Derrick advertising columns are a blessing
in disguise to the careful shopper and to the
family of modest income. They help foil® pick
the best values that can possibly be secured. Look
through the ads now and see how much you can
save on the things you need by shopping in "the
street that saves vou money."
DRUMRIGHT EVENING DERRICK
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