Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 38, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 22, 1922 Page: 3 of 6
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SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1922
New Step-Children of George J. Gould
CIVIC DUTY OF IMPORTANCE
Writer of Authority Calls Attention
to Need of Cc Operation for
the General Good.
Ar«' tin* people In your community, :
a* a ^(Mu-rnl thiri^. genuinely Interested
in puMic nrtulin? or ore they so ab-
sorbed in tlielr own concerns ttiat they
give lit;l«* thou^lit to elvlo problem! '
iiml 1hmu«'h? Is their prevailing spirit
one of hearty neigliborlineas? I>o they j
co «-!"'rnte to maintain a pleasant com-
An- fli y free from the wnohhisiinonH
of wealth? Are they tolerant In re-
gnnl I" rellgiouH questions? Do they
frown upon petty goatip and all scan
Have they a proper pride In the
appearance of their homes and streets.
en that the neiglihorliood maintains
r.n attractive apponrnnce? Or is their
attitude In regard to this as in re-
gartl to rMinpllunre with public health
regulations one of Indifference?
Tl e®o are questions of more tlinn
nradoialc Interest to you. They hear
directly on your welfare, and In espe-
cial on the future well-being of your
It i es without saying that you
wish to see those children grow to he TO START PAVING
• •tlieient nnd worthy men and women.
l o not forget that the kind of com-
munity in wlihli they are reared Is
hound to play a part In determining
the kind of men and women they shall
I >. not think that !f the life of your
community Is an inferior life your
children will he unaffected by It. They
are certain to absorb something of Its
spirit to their lasting hurt. Whereas,
if it is a superior life the benefit to
them will be equally lasting.
Now ask yourself whether, as a
member of the community, you are
helping to raise or to .lower commu-
nity standards. Put to yourself re-
garding yourself the same questions
1 have put to you regarding the com-
munity as a whole.—II. Addington
Bruce In the Chicago l>aily News.
TAKE UP BURDEN
They Work or Buy "On Tick",
From Groccr Who Is
The children of Vere Sinclair, George and Jane, fishing off the dock of her summer home at Manurslng
Island, Rye, N. Y. This is the most recent picture of the children to whom George J. Gould becomes u step
lather through his recent marriage
Chicago July 11:1. When the
way shopmen stunk, their wives
went to work.
Investigation today in the great
shop centers at lturnsside. South Old-
• ago and Pullman revaled that in
many <ases thch and that rocks the
cradle has heen turned to the task
of earning dollars.
Women who ci noccssity remain at
home have inaugurated a rigid
campuign of retrenchment.
''Stick hy our men" is the com-
Doing All Kindb of Work
Into the tall offico I uiMings of Chi
cage hordes of those hardy, foreign-
born w >men are going as scrub-wo-
men; into tho great union stock
yards as meat packers and soap
makers; in the aundrios at wash-wo-
men Into the factories of every des-
Mis. Potakwiez, storekeeper if
llurjiside, Whose husband is a triker,
I epitomized the community sentiment
| "What else Is there for us women
I to uo but work? Nearly every fain
lily lias a raft of kids. They can't
tfarve. Some one has got to earc
J money and the women arc going out
mi doing it.* *
The butcher, tho baker and the
grocer with sympathetic loyalty, are
extending credit to. all but known
''deadbeats" she said, ad but every
b w families have as yet felt the plnth
Hut all the women can't work her
i Mrs Itosle Toctlowskl, f^r
* ii.r drs Tocslowski has four
1 ,i !i. • .1 i. 10, Bennle 7; Lillian
(. a lid 11.den 4 Hut. line others of the
•i ,\ ■ in nvther she can't woik
ti., i i another kiddie t oinlng.
Everything "On Tick."
1 : \ wbht 1 will do," said
:1 i • - -1 > I pot like
I i I n<> like my husband oe
v. asked, "how do you
n 'tick.' " she smiled
MODERN MEMORIALS j
Anything that is modern, a ording to Co.! ury, is "in harmony with q
the ideas and habits of the present." Th.u u why word has been ^
made a part of this title because ti- pt'ry<__e of this article is
to emphasize the ideas and habits of tod *
This applies first to memoi Is wr .« h .n our shop. They srs "
simply new designs; they arc t!it kind of now designs which ths ®
people of today choose to buy. V
They look extremely well in the show r > : jnd better in the cemetery. ®
Like the old Creecian memorials tiuy . - pl.iinly outlined and fin- B
iched, but like them also they are wonderfully impressive. B
PRICES RICH"'" ■
CUSHING MONUMENT CO. :
113 WEST BROADWAY CUSHING, OKLA. ■
ON LEE HIGHWAY
The Flylecs City.
The fly less city is the dream of
henltli Oflielals. McPherson, Kan., with
a population well under ten thousand,
plans to realize the dream next sum-
mer by the enforcement of an ordi-
nance e.inded by the city commission,
which offers an example to every com-
munity which makes the well being
and comfort «>f Its citizens one of the
The commission, after studying the
problem from all angles, haa ruled
that no resident of McPherson shall
he allowed to keep more than one
hor , cow or hog within the corporate
limits. All barns, stables, chicken
holt:. s and even dog houses must he
cleaned three times a week nnd the
refuse removed outside the city, where
menus will he available for its destruc-
tion. Kvery merchant must place
wire flytraps at the front and rear
entrances of his place of business and
all citizens'must take similar precau-
tions in their homes under penalty
of incurring a fine. Providence Jour-
Lawton, July -2. One thousand
delegates, representatives from fifty
four counties along tho route of tho
Lee highway from Ardmore, Okla., to
Koswell. N. M., pledged tne support1
| of their respective commu/vities to
the paving of the Leo highway
> through their counties during tho
next year at te closing session of tho
convention here Friday,
Tho convention closed Friday aft-
I ernoon following a barbecue in Law-
, ton attended by 2.500 persons. Dr. S.
| L. Johnse.n, Washington. 1>. C., di
j rector general of the Lee highway,
' declared the convention to he the
j largest and best ever held by the as-
| sociation. Chairmen to perfect or-
Ionizations in each of the fifty-four
counties were appointed at the con
Addresses were made Friday by A.
L. Alderman, state highway engineer;
It. Losh, federal highway engineer;
Geenral Charles E. AlcPiierren, 1m
iant; S. L. Johnson, r,. l Thomas U.
King of Memphis, Tenu. Ardmore ex-
tended an ijvviiation to the associa-
tion to meet next year In that city.
"It is planned to make the trail?-
Ci\ntinental Lee highway a perman-
ent and lasting memorial to the fa-
mous Confederate, Robert E. Lee,"
Johnson declared in his address Fri-
The highway extends from New
York to Sa.n Diego. More than 1,<>00
miles already is paved. The Lee high-
way passes through southern Okla-
homa, touching Altus, Snyder. Lav-
ton, Duncan, Ardmore and Durant.
LAST MAN'S CLUli
IS NEAR ITS END
i Stillwater, Minn., July 2- Origin-
ally comprised of 34 members of the
First Minnesota infantry, Company 13,
famous i,' civil war days four of the
five surviving members of the 4*las
1 man's club" held their annual ban-
' quet and get together on the anni-
1 versary of the Battle of Hull Run.
In 188l a bottle of wine was pre-
sented to the club by one of its mem-
I hers and it was agreed that the hot-
| tic should grace the banquet table
i each year until only one member sur-
| vived and this "last man'' should
drink it as a toast to the departed
Young people should never make
light or gray hairs.. The aged have
learned the follies of youth.
Esther Hughes, ID, church or-
at. and Rev, Walter Culp,
o.;a:ster, were found peeling pota-
• •■- in Port Huron, Mich., and
. for authorities from Spring
v . Ly. O. where Culp has a wifo
ana nine children.
i * t i i?
Might Learn From Athenian,.
To hnve a grownup body of cltl7.cn.
In a town it is essential that local loy-
alty, local interdst, local pride, aug-
mented by local service, be Inculcated
and assigned their tasks.
Why not recall the spirit and mode
nf ancient Athens In her period of
highest civic power and grace? The
Athenian youth, on reaching his ma-
jority at eighteen years, was Intrusted
with a citizen's weapons, the shield
and spear, lie took his citizen oatli
at a public meeting in the temple of
DionysHis, where solemn rites to Zena
I the local divinities were observed
in with a drama. Among
tlio new Athenian citizen pledges was
this: "Not to leave my town in a
worse but In n better conditio than
I found it," Quincy L. Wood, in the
Chicago Dally News.
ANTLERS ■ A federal farm loan
association has just been organized in
Pushmataha county, through the ef-
forts of fieorgo Innes, farm demon
stration agent, lnnes expects the
assoc iation to be able to get at lcust
$75,000 in federal loans.
Writes all kinds of Insurance. I
GUARANTY BANK BUILDING \
It's toasted. This
one extra process
gives a rare and
At the Palace of Sweets
You will enjoy a dish of Ice Cream and Soft Drinks of all kinds
The best in Box Candy. We have a large assortment of good
Candy in Pretty Boxes.
Give that Little Girl of your's aliox.
11' she isn't here send it to her—it will let her know that you are
thinking of her.
All sizes from \ to 5 pound boxc - .
Petunias Single and Double.
Because of the ease and facility with
which all of the single-flowered
varieties of the petunia can be grown
from seed, this plant commands at-
tention as a worthy candidate for tho
summer flower garden. The young
plants grow rapidly and come Into
bloom early, and in addition to tills
they furnish a continuous wealth of
blossoms until destroyed by frost. The
large-flowered strains arc very beauti-
ful and of great variety.
l'or the best results the seeds of all
sorts should be sown in a gentle hot-
bed, coMfrauie, or In line soli In a
box placed in a sunny window before
or hy the time freezing weather is
over.—United Slates Department of
FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS
) I — COW PA LfcFT
'EW WfcN UE 0IE0
OW NOW I KNOW
VJUAT IT 1? VOU
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Loon PUMW-^VNUATSA WATTE
WTU VOU? SOWETWN'S WCCNS
Landscape Beauty Enli6ts an Aid.
The state of Michigan is embarking
on a gigantic tree-planting campaign,
not reforestation, but beautifying the
roads of the state. It is pleasing to
note that there Is one commonwealth
which is recognizing a long-felt need
In tills country. When a nation he-
gins to recognize itself as a landscape,
as well as farm land nnd town sites,
Its soul is beginning to awaken. Beauty
of nature costs little, aside from some
common sense planning and patient
execution. Here's hoping that more
states may follow Michigan's esampi*.
Give your neighbor credit for keel -
ing a secret. He hasn't told what he
knows about you.
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