Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 321, Ed. 2 Wednesday, April 13, 1921 Page: 1 of 6
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VOL. 5, NUMBER 321.
DRUMRIGHT, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1921
DAILY 15c PER WEEK
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Below are listed a few rebuilt and used
Cars. All are good values at a fair price.
Owing to the unusual financial arrange-
ments we have just completed, we can
extend you every easy term.
FOR SALE BECAUSE THEY BOUGHT
NEW MAXWELL OR CHALMERS CARS!
1918 Rebuilt Max-
1917 Rebuilt Max-
1919 Olsmobile 8.
1917 Buick delivery.
And a Platoon of
HERE'S A CHANCE FOR A
LITTLE CHARITY AT HOME
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Schumaker-Cole Motor Co.
209 S. Ohio
MAXWELL - CHALMERS DEALERS
THERE WILL SOON BE ANOTHER
LITTLE BODY ADDED TO THE
SEVEN ALREADY NEED
Have you any baby clothes or
clothes fo ra little girl or a little boy
that really is not doing you any good?
Ensign Stromberg of the Salvation
Army knows a wfoole family of nine
persons right here in Drumright where
there are no good clothes to cover lit-
tle bodies. The fatlhier is out of work
and the mother is not able to do the
hard work that a big family of little
ones reguire in fact there is soon go-
ing to be another little body to clothe
and another little inoutih to feed.
And so if Mary has outgrown her
little dress and if Jimmy just can't
get into his little suit any more and
has to have another; the Ensign just
(Cants you to know that he knows a:
a family wiliere there is a little body
to fit pretty nearly any size of little
CONTESJ FDR H. s : MAURICE TOURNEUR
DRAMA! STUDENTS =
DeLuxe Auto Co.
We do Automobile repairing, Battery
and Ignition work and any thing pertaining ;;
to the life of your car.
Under New Management
DELUXE AUTO COMPANY jj
RED CAP BATTERY STATION
Horton & Lingo, Mgrs. 215 E. Bdy. ::
| We cut out the
Middleman's Profit I
| By Killing Our Own Meats—Their Loss is Your Gain
Below are a few of our price
Steak, lb 20 and 25c
Chops, lb 25c
Sausage, lb 20c
Hamburger, lb 20c
Beef Boil, lb 12 and 15c
Fresh Side 20c
And man;r other prices equally as good.
Our meats are government inspected
DRUMRIGHT MEAT COMPANY |
Phone 235 118 E. B'dy. J
A model for every figure,
(each exclusive for its purpose)
Grace and Suppleness, with
long-wear, W. B. Nuform
Corsets provide "Much Cor-
set for Little Money."
" WEINGARTEfj BKOS- Inc.
t LOW BUST
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NEW YORK • CHICAGO
FOR SALE BY K RAKER BROS.
SUNDAY ENTERTAINMENT BY
MRS. CLAYTON KNATZER
WILL BE HELD TONIGHT |
NIGHT AT METHODIST
Arrangements have been made by I
Mrs. F B. Lofton, president of th>'
\V. 'C. T. C., local union of Drum
right an 1 the faculty of the High j
Slhool to have a dramatic contest by j
members of the dramatic art class j
for which the W. C. T. U. "will pro-
vide the prise.
The concert will be this even- [
ing at tho Methodist church at 7:30.
A beautiful cut glass vase will be glv-1
en to the winner. Competent judges |
have been selected.
The contestants and their numbers
ars as ollows:
Ruby Warned—The Death Disc. |
Imogene Johnson—The Last Word.
Edna Hinze—Cupid and a Caddilloci
Bess Vorhees—The Old Lady Shows
Hazel Nichols—The Going of the
Irene Pitts—The Little Colonel.
The friends of Guy and Opal Haught
were delightfully entertained at a din-
ner Sundoy by their sister, Mrs. Clay-
ton. Krotzer, at her home on the
Prairie lease east of town.
All present reported a most enjoy-
able time and a delicious dinner.
Those present were Misses Ruby
Boyfes, Lena Gwynn, Mabel Copple,
Helen Newlin, Cecelia Callen, Fannie
Harden, Ruth Harmon, HUda Brooks,
Opal Haught, Messrs Clarence Gil-
crist, LawTence Gilcrist, Howard Gejl-
ir.g, Gug Hought, Lowell Pendergraft.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Haught and son
and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Kratzer
and daughter, Dorthy Helen.
WOMAN SEVERLY INJURED WHEN
TRAIN HITS FORD NEAR
Sapulpa, Ajpril 13.—Mrs. MaymS
McGrew was seriously injured today
when a southbound Frisco passenger
train crashed into a Ford car in which
she and her brother were riding. The
accident occurred at the northern
edge of Kiefer at 9 o'clock tJhis morn-
ing. Mrs. McGrew resides in Kiefer
and had started here to purchose a
ring for her brother who was with her.
He leaped fro mthe car just before the
train struck it and escaped uninjured.
Mrs. McGrew was taken to a hospital
in Tulsa. It is thought that shie is in-
A band concert will be given to-
night at 8 o'clock on the lawn of
the Methodist Episcopal church. The
concert is free an dtihe public is in-
A FINANCIAL INSTITUTION OF
THE FIRST CIASS, ably managed,
now in successful operation and in-
creasing its master or operating capi
tal, is inviting the business public tj
become interested in the ownership
of the organization. Dealing in first
class non-speculative, two-signature
commercial paper having a wide mar-
gin o£ collateral safety and earnings
about forty per centum per annum on
'ts funds. Our proposal iB limitel
strictly to careful, consistent invest-
ors who undo <tinl tho handling <.f |
bankable, inter ' bearing paper and
who can pliu.e f,v hundred to ten
thousand dol'i.s a', -v'.rk ill run en ibis
our institution and plan of operation
will be insisted upon before any in-
vestment is accepted, while in turn
we will insist on sincerity on your
part to invest, if satisfied. Address
Fidelity Dept. 28—601-2 Dallas Coun-
ty Bank Bldg , Dallas, Texas. It
PROTECT YOUR INCOME
For a few cents per days you can
insure your income against sickness
and accident; let the Insuance Com-
pany fcay your salary and doctor bills
while you are sick or injured. It pays
to carry Life Insurance also health
and accident: let the Insurance Com-
best in both.
Come in and talk it over. Telephone
225, Drumright Insurance Agency,
Roberts Hotel Building. 319-6t
B\ Robert Louis Stevenson
A Paramount Artcraft Picture
The Tale that has thrilled the world
Robert Louis Stevenson's greatest book put
into a picture the author would be proud of.
A roaring romance for boys and girls 'twixt
nine and ninety. All of glorous "Treasure
Island" is in it and it's a treasure that's com-
ing your way.
Put the Date Down Now
Idle Hour Theatre
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
School Childrens matinee, both days 10c
Our want ods bring pulck results.
We buy sell and trade cars, 5, pas- Will pay cash for any make of ear
senger Ford, 7 passenger tudebaker, 5 In any condition. See Williams at the
passenger Dodge, a dandy; Ford truck People's Store. 297-Jt
in good shape; Ford Racer, Ford I o
Chassis, Crevrolet Roadster, Ford j
Roadster. Will trade any of the above
for city property. 4 room house for
sale or trade. Call for Williams at
the Peopl'es' Store. Phone 66. 305-6t
If a friend should pay visit, or a
neighbor have a fight. Grab a phone
and call the Derrick and we'll publish
it at night.
4- BOSH SB-OA!
What use or beauty could you ask
of this Sedan which it does not
give you in generous measure?
The gasoline consumption is unusually low
The tire mileage is unusually high
P oster & Stephenson
123 N. Ohio
NOTICE TO PUBLIC
I want your shoe repair work. I am j
doing strictly hand work. I need your j
work. 1 am willing to work for what
I get. Leave your shoes at W. H. j
Dye shooting gallery. Yours Truly j
Ed Thomas. In other words Shorty \
Thomas. I worked at Liberty Shop, !
WE KNOW HOW
OUR DELIVERY SERVICE IS YOURS
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Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 321, Ed. 2 Wednesday, April 13, 1921, newspaper, April 13, 1921; Drumright, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc163311/m1/1/: accessed March 3, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.