Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 45, Ed. 1 Monday, July 31, 1922 Page: 2 of 6
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MONDAY. JULY 31. 1922
"l!iO FEED SPEAKMAN OF SAPULPA FOR DISTRICT JUDGE. CREEK COUNTY'S CHOICE FOR JUSTICE TO ALL. CiVE HIM YOUR VOTE TUESDAY
I DRUMRIGHT EVENING DERRICK
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PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY
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Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice at
Drumright, Oklahoma. According to the act of
Congress it March 3, 1870
MTMRER OF THE ABSOCIATT D PRTSS
Tlti« Associated Preaa i« exclusively entitled to th*
use for publication of nil n«' dispatches credited t<
it or not otherwise credit***- ui this paper and also the
local i>fW« published herein
All rinhti of jiublb uti n of special dlapatt lies here
iij are also reserved.
Thro • Months
One loath .
Pemoc l ittle, one year
MS. COMPCHS AND IMF. GOVERNMENT
Preponderating sentiment is favorable to
orjruniatid labor hm a protective factor for tin
human clement in industry. With organized
capital, oiiraniged labor is an imperative nec-
essity. Workmen murt unite and bargain col
lecttvely to defend and promote their interests
However, the sentiment of the peopl.
could not probably be favorable to the domi
neeiing and insulting manner which Mr. Samue'
Gompers,. the head of the American Federatioi
of Labor has exhibited of late to the Unitec
' >t( - Supreme Court, the President of tin
i11. i States, and governmental institutions
hinpr couM possibly injure the cause
lized labor so much as an overbearing
.i.d dictatorial policy.
Mr. Gompers is making the mistake tha
the big corporations made. They abused theii
power, broke the laws, and tyrannized over th<
government. They believed that they wen
greater than the government and the people.
li is generally recognized, of course, tha
Mr. Gompers' insolence tc the president, tlv
supreme court and the government generally
dotnot express the opinion of organized labo
as a whole. Nevertheless, his tirades can no
be ignored. The government is greater thai
Mr. Gompers, and, the representatives of th'
people are entitled to manly and patriotic re
sped from him.
Representative government cannot endure
if labor, or capital, or agriculture or any other
powerful group, is stronger than it is. If the
government broke down so would each and all
of these organizations.
Mr. Gompers' manner and speech must be
tempered with considerateness for the citizens-
and the cause which he represents, and with
the defence which he as a citizen owes to the
government and its officers and departments.
ISSUE IN THE RAIL STRIKE
According to the distinguished Washing-
correspondent, Mr. David Lawrence, the
KANSAS I AKMMRS
JOIN W Mil I.AI'.OK
Ti.pt lin. K«u lut:
nu nl by J. M Ken-
liteh in the negotiations to settle the railroad the h;m i
is loss of confidence among the employes '"u
• l o or 'Mui/aii* n ai
Railroad Labor Board. Members of tin
POR TREASURER I DIDN'T KNOW PLACE |«aip?
I LARKNC'K Mil.I.I.H of Drumright | Kr m tlir E3o tou Traill ripi Ml--- • A| |ili<*ant Tlie tnlasUH. was too
for County Treasurer. SubJ.'ct to the lre. —why did yuu leave your last dcpeudest.
Democratic Primary August 1
inionn believe that the railroads ignored rul- i,,blUuM J •
. , « l*i .i i , , . croated «iuii
njrs ol the board, while the board was positive uas
n this manner toward the unions. «*ry 01 tlx
Without discussing the fact involved ' ' ,a,M>r
ll*' charge, it must
nust h" taken to n
be admitted that some step.s
store the fullest confidence
I li * members ot
<1 candidacy of
alinu for ilie i"
r. at mi'
It is understood that th*j
tisati vol i
of the m«mber ; of tlie taxpay-
9 farmei i he sudden develop-
«f a I in a:; nielt'/ig pot will
n the hoard. It is necessary that both parties, farmers ami labor union backing ii><
■niplovers and employes, should respect and a",p candidal. ha -ron ..i much
, ,u i i i i .t > u i • i -speculation a« to how far tli** farmer
.h.-y the board, and both should abide by its loteril wMhin
ieCM&on in the fullest trust. ;aticn win carry out Secretary Kreti-
According to political headquarters
rn and Southern carriers have waived all ques- lere, all c<v ■ mad anticipate :• lipiit
vote next Tuesday. (Juesses run about
200,000, "which proltably is leas than
ustment which apparently is near at hand. As third of ■ i.. i. K< i.-i. .1 \otins
omplaints heretofore have been agai.ist the •-«r«>n sih m 1 :n.
The governorship race among the
Eastern lines, ihey should not obstruct arbitra- iepubiican ..miuiat. is rraupi.t with
jon. uncertainty, "Morgan agaV 3t the
field," is the way it is generally sir,-
fd up. The Hutchlnan editor has the
u a Mintage of the united support of
t lie present administration, with tin
opposition split among the six other
(umlidates, or possibly amq£g the
four men opponents.
FOR TOWNSHIP TREASURE*
John Obborn of Oilton, uiibjot't ID
li- \ugu 1 1st Primary ou the Itepur
FOH TOWNHIIU' TRU8TKK
W. T. Belt of Oilton, i-andldata
rii?*r Township Tru teo subject lo
Uepublican Primary August 1
TOWNSHIP TitEA 3 UR KR
M. W. Straw of crow, H^publbMn
Ci,|utidate for treasurer or Tiger
J. 11. McDONAU)
f or Justice of the Peace, Diumright
justice District, Creek County, oi\
lahoma Subject to Democratic party
.rimary, August 1, 1922.
i-jiis of seniority in order to facilitate an'ad-
CALL FOR WARRANTS
Boa: d of Education f
Gen. Fund 1921-f5l!
Notice, Warrants No 4< 4 to V8')
Inc. are hereby called in and are pay-
able at this office.
MRS. FAYF Mc COL LOUGH,
GIVE IT A SKAVE
Some of our esteemed foreign governments
ire strongly and religiously of the opinion that
he United States should go to the financial
•escue of German)
Hut it is not a new thought, or suggestion.
Having squeezed the last ounce of blood
'rom their vanquished antagonists, they now
>ine because there no more blood to be squeez-
They would have us shovel the gold into the
op of the Germann hopper while they deftly
■xtract it from the bottom.
A beautiful scheme ,but unfortunately we A11 ,inder ,llf
bead are polltl
ire blind, deaf and dumb, and can't see or say ri'1 " ivarti^ementa and mjst be paii.
for in ao\ance as the Derrick credits
no political advertisements of an>
Give the old joker a shave before trotting kind for ai.> person.
t out again. state senator
H G. (Harve) Matherly, netubJican
candidate of Olive comprising the
11th Senatorial District Cr^ek and
For State Senator
I Sapulpa has had the j
| state senator for the |
:: past 16 years.
«-w••!•■! hh- n i i-h-■ ><<■■! 11 in.
CREEK COUNTY FREE FAIR
Seplemlwr, 12,1.1, I t, 15,1922
At Itrislou, Oklahoma
Thi t is your Fair. Make it Your Business to be
there. A fair for the whole county and all the people
ill the county.
luring you> l.ive itock. Farm Oops, Poultry, Canned
Frilitti, Canned Vegetables and Textile::.
The Boy's and Girl's Club Department will be one
of the features.
Free entertainment is to be furnished, to all at the
Flenty of room'to ramp while attending the Fair.
Invite your friends from away to meet you at the
County Fair for a visit.
Dunham, Sept. 4th and 5fli
Depew, Sept. 8th and 9th
Newby, Sept. 11th.
llazlip, Sept. 9th.
Olive, Sept, 9th.
Shamrock, Sept. 8 and 9th
Mounds, Sept. 9th
Kellyville, Sept 8 and 9
Sapulpa, Sept. 8th and 9th
Collective township exhibits also collective individual
farm exhibit. See catalogue for particulars on these two
The educational exhibit will be given a large part
in this County 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. j
Creek County Free Fair Association
J. W. Riley, Secretary
Box 338, Bristow.
OAL OPERATORS TAKE RIGHT COURSE
The mine owners and operators conform-
ed to public will by accepting arbitration. Many
of them accepted arbitration unconditionally,
which is the right thing to do when the federal
government, through the president, is the med-
The mine worker s no doubt will find a
way to cooperate similarly with the president
and return to work. This acquiescence would
do them good with the people.
o And, when operations are resumed, let's
News reports state that the rebels and not forget that the mining industry is generally
Free Staters are fighting on a seventy-mile front disorganized, both for workers and operators,
in Ireland. Is this crosswise or lengthwise of Let's take steps to solve the problem compre-
the isla.id? hensively ami permanently.
FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS
Too any Lives
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ki>TTv on Tv BOAT will
TUE WAFTA UAME NINE
Mrs. Lulu D. Anderson of Druir j
right. Subject to the Democratic
Primary August lbt.
CORPORATION COMMISSIONER i
C. M. Cade of Shawnee subject to |
the Republican Primary.
FOR SI PERIOR COURT JUDGE
Ray Mcllhenney ot Sapulpa, Sub- j
Ject to the Republican Primaries, !
FRED A. SPEAKMAN of Sapulpa,
Subject to the Democratlr Primary.
FOR COURT CLERK
Wm. M Jenk'ns o Sapulpa cenJl
daie for reelection.
FOR COUNTV JUDGE
H. S. WILLIAMS of Sapulpa for
re elrctlon on the Rpoubllcar. t'eket.
FOR COUNTY JUDGE
THOMAS S. HARRIS
of Briftow. subject to the Democratic
P-'imarv August 1st.
FOR COUNTV J! DOE
dEN BRADEN of Sapulpa, subject
to Democratic Primary.
FOR COUNTV COMMISSIONER
Aaron Drumright of Drumright.
of District NV. ' subject to republi-
can convention August 1st.
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY
Tom Wallace of Sapulpa subject
to the Democratic Primary Tuesday (
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY
Frar.k Hickman of Sapulpa an •
nouncps, subject to the Republican
Primary Tuesday August IsL
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY
Fletcher M. Johnson of Brieton
subject to the Demoeratic primal y
J. Arthur Wilson of Drumright for
Sheriff of Creek county Subject to
I he Republican Primary.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
W. T. Wilson of Olive Township
for County Commissioner Disfrlct ?.
Subject to the Democratic Primary
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER '
Louie Burton of Shamrock. Demo-
cratic candidate for county commis-
sioner of District 2. Subject to the
3-=*- nJSIJ/ So.Ohio
OUR DELIVERY SERVICE IS YOURS
Frank A. Lynn
Republican Candidate for Re-Election
The man who when the state board had raised all
real estate in the county 50 percent and all merchandise
25 percent, went before the state board and had the
raise rescinded and placed at a fair cash value thereby
saving taxpayers thousands of dollars taxes.
Vote for the man who assisted the other boards in
their efforts to assess all public service and other cor-
Vote for the man who was first with his books to
the ptate both years he has been in office.
Vote for the man, who as a member of the excise
board, has paid particular attention to schools and mun-
YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED
Contributed by Drumright friends of Frank Lynn
C. c. MoGeatl,,-Subject
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