Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 170, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 27, 1922 Page: 3 of 6
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27. 1922
Women's Page j
DRY GLOBE IS
Head of W. C. T. U. Declares
Alcohol Stimulant Will be
Driven From Earth
By ANNA ADAMS GORDON
Philadelphia For to yearn the wo
man's Christian Temperance Union
lias been working on prohibition in
An international cdncatio.npl 3 ro-
crim has been conducted in practical !
ly every civilized part of the globe
Thousands of workers speaking many
languages have been carrying ferwarl
t hi< work.
All over the world we have Ik en
Imparting to peoples oi all too races
the fundamental knowledge of the
effect of alcohol on the human sys-
Discouraged and Encouraged
Difficulties and obstacles of course
have offset these W. C. T. U. workers
I ut they have been encouraged and
cbeercd on by two facts:
One: They always have known they
were a part of a great organization,
that they were all banded together
foi one purpose, and could count on
the support and cooperation of their
tellow workers everywhere.
Two- Minos* from thia beginning
we achieved some results, and witn
ihe passing years and the extending
of our efforts intc newer and larger
territories we have seen the work of
going feuccessfullv forward.
In recent years great strides to
wtard world wide prohibition Have
been made. With these ad\ancenient«
many reinforcements have joined our
ranks. Many rational, thinking men
tnd wome nthe worlu ever who were
ct originally in sympathy with pro-
hibition have come to see the sound
scientific basi« of our program and
the. necessity of our objective with
us and are now lending their best ef-
fcrts to our work.
We shall carry on our program
along practically the same lines we
hive followed for 40 years, an.l we
are confident cf a successful termina-
tion of our long-sought objective or
The rositicn of tile W, (;. T. U. in,
the matter of cigarots and tobacco is
sxactly what, it always has been.
We do not put tobacco and cigarets
side by side with alccriollc beverages.
Our, national program on the sub-
let of tobacco is an uneducationoi
one, cutlined and carried forward in
the interest of the health o! boys and
g rls everywhere.
It is based on established scientific
facts that piovo beyond question tin
injurious effect of narcotics on tb_*
fhysical and nervous system. •
We have worked largely with the.
school and other educational official.!
and authorities and almost without
exception they have shown the keen
< st interest and readiest dispositior
to co-operate with us.
VILLI AGE IN FILM
One of t!i«> most picturr:i(|ue seui
ever devised at Yitagraph was erected
for use of Karle Williams in "For-
tune's Mask," which will be mIkxwu at
the Strand theatre Wednesday (to-
night). It represents u South Am
erican village. The droning "mai
ana" atmosphere, the sleepy streets,
typical cafes and cigar stands all have
been blended in the quiet but intrigu
ing combinations of a tropic south,
where revolutions develop of an even-
ing, burst overnight and smooth
away into quiet by another lazy noon.
irM, as local movie fans will FOR
when they see her iu
Sky Pilot." at the Fo4ly theatre todav.
A remedy tl^t- will penetrate Is
necessary in the treatment of rhea
mutism. Ballard's Spow Liniment
goes right through the flesh to the
bone and relieves promptly. Three
sixes, 30c. COc and II.20 per bottle.
Sold by City Drug store. 100
SALE DEPENDABLE USED
1020 Buick five passenger Touring.
!! 20 Buick, 7 passenger touring.
1??1 Buick fire passenger touring.
i 21 I'u.ek roadster
1922 Buick Koadster.
All these Bufcks have leen rebuilt
in our shop and are gu iranteed in
good condition. Also 1H20 Dodge
] touring car and Ford Roadster. 157-61
BUICK MOTOR CO.
FOLLY THEATRE TODAY
The Monroe Hopkins Players, who
are appearing at tho Folly theatre
this week, is by far the best attrac-
tion that Drumright has hid the
jrlvllege of getting Ibis season. They
!• rt using some of the latest in plavs
and the vaudeville introduced be-
tween te acts of the play Is real'>'
big time vaudeville and is fully de-
serving cf the recognition that is be-
This company is also carrying
.imple scenery and electrical effects
with which to make each performance
Tonight they are presenting an all
v/iudovHle program consisting of S
Hits of big time vaudeville
Thursday "The Greatest Question"
Mid Friday night which is the feature
night thev are offering "Daddy ly>ne-
legs" in which 15 Drumright girl-.
Will be seen in the first act of the
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COLLEEN MOORE CHAPERONES
During her recent visit In New
York, Colleen .Moore, who plays the
leading feminine role in ''The Sky
Pilot," took Wesley Barry to the first
circus he had ever seer, in his life.
Miss ore was leaned by Marshall
Neilan to King Vidor, who directed
"The Skv Pilot" for the Catherine
Ci'rtiT Productions, and accidentally
Wesley Parry, another Neilan • star,
happened to 1k> in the big city.
While W esley i« quite a man when
it comes to drawing a salary, h\
i-evertbeless, needs 46mecne to tak
him by the hand when lu! "step« out"
Wesleys' fondness for .Miss Moore is
just another instance < f hjs go -id
Knjey Su v pen so
IF VOl DO
Ttis 0,8 of gTMtiap. W* i \press to yott, <>ui
i"istMiner, our most sincere good wishes and appreciation
for the patronage you hav egiven us. We wish for you
nil yours a full measure of prosperity and happiness
throughout the years to com
\s a practical expression of your appreciation we assure you
that iu every detail of the business of supplying jewelrv
to you, we will strive to increase the efficiency, and
I OKI I \i:s M \SK
Ihe Story of a Bloodless Revolution in a Central Amer-
ican Republic and a Love That Lnduivd the 'l est of l ime.
Tommy Forbes is (he guest this
week of his sister, Mrs. Pat Cawlcy.
Mr. Eric Johnson, of The Pure Oil
Company, visited in lvansas City, the
firrt of ti e week.
Mrs. Frank Hatfield and son and
daughter of Agra, Okla., are-guests
of Mrs C. H. Blevins, North Gram'
street this week.
Harry Atkinson, who is attending
fechool at Norman, is visiting this
week with relatives and friends in
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Cooperating with the states, the
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That represents 79.3 per cent of
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