Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 321, Ed. 2 Wednesday, April 13, 1921 Page: 5 of 6
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We will buy any make of oar and
pay you cash for same. P. G. Wil
liams at People's Store. 292 6t
* Pr.G.Allison Smithett *
S PHYSICIAN and 8URGE0N S
S5 —SPECIALIST— *
S Room 103, Canfleld Building >3
* Private Diseases of Men and S
X Women. Diseases of Kidneys X
SJ and Bladder. Female Diseases. X
SPhone 130 Drumright, Okla. X
Try our light lunch at the l'alace
Drug Store. We aerv* plmocto chees#
sandwiches, salads and other delica-
cies at noon and all evening. Our
service will please you. SOO-tt
JS H. A. GROFF
s GRADUATE VETERINARIAN
Jj Res Phone 12 Office Phone 140
JS Calls will be made to all near
by cities and oil field.
I am the authorized agsnt lor Drum-
right and vicinity, for wea'proot hos-
iery. Guaranteed against holes for
four months. It Is to yonr advantage
to see my line of high grade hosiery
before ordefing your spring supply.
Myrtle Liancey, 224 E. Mapla 276-tf
DOCTOR REGAINS SIGHT : MT IN JKIOUS RAGE ♦
WORKS FOR f'.WIND j BITESJNFANT S FACE |
Also Attacks and Wounds Mother |
Who Had Just Given Bottle i
to Baby. *
1 1 I linn H-M-i
Keeps Vow and Brings Movies to
Thousands to Promote Edu-
cation and Patriotism.
Yon Furnldt tfie
We Furnish the ■
We buy and sell new ■
and second hand ■
Furniture such as: m
Kitchen Cabinets ■
Beds and Matresses a
Rocking Chairs ■
Trunks and Valises ■
Stoves of all kinds ■
In fact everything to J
furnish the house. a
Opposite P. O. Phone 134 R
MISS CORAL TOOMEY
TEACHER OF PIANO
Instructing Children a Specialty
RECITALS—Class work are a fea-
ture of the course.
STUDIO : 210 S Penn.
Will be glad to giev information re-
garding method used, and teaching
material—after noon of each wVek to
meet those Interested. April 4
I have secured a competant Vetern-
lary surgeon that will be here abont
April 15th. Until that time I will prac-
tice at my Veternlary hospital on
Harley Ave. Phone 55 and #9.
GEORGIA D. JONES
112Vi East Broadway
Chas. E. King
Rooms over O'Dell & Stephen
■ ■ ■
A vow to work unremittingly for the
betterment of mankind, which a blind
man made years ago should his sight
be restored, lias resulted In an oppor-
tunity for members of 10,000 posts
of the American Legion to see edu-
cational and travel motion-picture
films, embracing 1,000 separate top-
ics, gleaned from all parts of the
The blind man who recovered his
sight was Dr. Francis Holley, founder
and director of the bureau of com-
mercial economics, and Ills work for
the betterment of mankind Is the bu-
reau, an altruistic organization, the
sole aim of which Is to advance
through motion pictures education and
pride In American Institutions.
Many years ago Dr. Holley's career
as one of America's pioneer railroad
builders was cut short by blindness.
For six years he traveled the world
over seeking restoration of Ills sight.
When a Paris surgeon gave back his
vision Dr. Holley proceeded to carry
out his vow and Is now giving his
whole time and fortune to education
through the medium of motion pic-
The films will be available for all
legion posts free of charge. At the
instance of legion national headquar-
ters, the bureau has prepared a special
catalog In which each film Is imm
bered and described. The catalogs,
with instructions in regard to places
where application may be made, will
be distributed to every post of the
legion by arrangement between the
bureau of commercial economics and
and Truck Service
311 E. Broadway
Storage at reasona-
ble rates. ,
Gasoline and Oils
JOHN GLASS I!
The well known vul- "
canizer has charge ■
of this department. ■
X IS TOUR TITLI *
Jt PERFECT *
SS See '.he Drumright Abstract Co. S
X who will look your papers over X
X and will make them correct. X
X Tou should see us and tee X
X that your title la right, which X
K will probably save you a law suit X
X and money. X
K Phons 14S X
USED CAR BARGAINS
Ford, delivery body $275
Dodge Touring Car $550
Dodge Touring Car $625
Haynes Six $725.
Studebaker Six .. $425.
King Eight $525
Foster & Stephenson
123 North Ohio
Also nearly new Buick
Six 1920 model.
Dodsre Sedan 1920 model
Crushed Stone for
For Sale at
Quary 1 -2 West of
For rent ads pay when in the Even-
ilium ii ii i mini mi i ii i ii linn i ii i inn i Mini
MOST PERFECT GIRL
PICKS PERFECT MAN
It required the efforts of a New
York policeman, a janitor, an ambu-
lance surgeon and several neighbors
to relieve the excitement caused, when
a hitherto meek family cat attacked
Mrs. John Reardon and her elght-
months'-old son, John Jr., In their
home at No. 500 West One Hundred
and Sixty-sixth street.
Mrs. Reardon tried to give a bottle
of milk to the baby, who was In a
movable crib, when the cat leaped
Into the crib and bit the child about
the face. When the mother Inter-
fered the cat sprang at her repeated-
ly. biting her right arm six times.
Attracted by screams, Patrolman
Fltxmaurlce of the West One Hundred
and Seventy-seventh street station ran
Into the place and placed the cat In
a box, taking It to the station house.
An ambulance surgeon from Columbus
hospital dressed the wounds of the
mother and the baby.
The cat has belonged for six years
to Mrs, Reardon's mother-in-law and
seemed to resent the marriage of John
Reardon three years ago and the com-
ing "f his two children, John Jr., and
MARK GREAT BATTLE FRONT
Line of Stones Will Be Put Up From
North Sea to Swiss Frontier.
Along the line of the great battle
front from the North sea to the Swiss
frontier uniform landmarks In stone
are to be set up as a lasting memorial
to the heroes of the allied armies.
Marshal Petaln is to choose the places
where the stones will be set, and the
'cost will be borne by the Touring Club
While the war was still on It was
proposed that as soon as victory was
won the front should be marked by a
great roadway along Its entire length,
which would usefully serve as a me-
morial. When the victory was won,
however, it was found that the cost
of such a road would be prohibitive
The French government felt unable to
do anything in the matter, and so prl
vatc- enterprise has decided to erect
a greal line of \vfiUe memorial stones
along the famous line where French
Belgian, British and American sol
diers held, fought and defeated the
The design for the stone is simple,
being pyramidal in form. The only
ornament Is a soldier's helmet, sur-
rounded by a laurel crown, and the
| only inscription is "Here was stopped
the onrush of the barDarlans."
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
Automotive Magneto Electric Company
Bill and Henry, Proprietors
137 E. Fulkerson. Phone 676
We repair any make of magneto. We carry a
complete line of magneto parts and Ignition systems
Wo recharge and repa ir batteries. Nothing wrong
with our prices. Our motto is '"SERVICE"
(Bill and Henry; Past 5 /earsw ith Underwood Magneto Ex.
Want advertisement pays. Read the
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WHOSE BUSINESS |
IF A GIRL LOVES A BOY
THAT'S HER BUSINESS,
IF A BOY LOVES A G'RL
THAT'S HIS BUSINESS,
IF THEY GET MARRIED,
THAT'S THEIR BUSINESS
IF THEY WANT THEIR
THAT'S OUR BUSINESS.
Union Shoe Shop
H. G. Smedley, Prop.
309 E. Broadway
■ ANDERSON GLASS-
■ Window, Auto and ■
■ Plate Glass
Although Frank Glass Valentine of
Jersey City is unknown to official ex-
perts as America's most perfect Ado
nls—there is at least one specialist
who is certain he has no equal. And
that specialist Is his bride of a few
daj'S, who was Miss Betsy Buell of
Clinton, Conn. Mrs. Valentine is un-
doubtedly a specialist on the subject,
for In April, 1918, she was awarded
the Smithsonian Institution verdict as
the most perfect American woman.
She is a daughter of Clarence Buell
of Clinton, Conn., and Is a direct de-
scendant of John and 1'rlscllla Alden.
Brown of hair, with blue eyes and
fair complexion, Mrs. Valentine is the
embodiment of health. She is about
five feet four inches In height and
weighs 130 pounds. After a five years'
search, Dr. A. Hrdllcka, of the Smith-
sonian Institution, selected Miss Buell
as the most perfect type of American
womanhood from a list of more than
50,000 contestants. Mrs. Valentine Is
at present state recording secretary of
the Connecticut Federation of Women's
Clubs, a member of the D. A. R. and
of many oilier organizations. She has
written numerous articles on health,
gardening, Americanism and other sub-
jects. She is also an artist and pho-
tographer of some merit.
ALL FINLAND AT WORK
Prohibition of Imports Keeps Labor
Busy, Says Chief of Industry.
There Is no unemployment In Fin
land, says M. Vllljanef, chief of th«
trade and Industry department of th
Finnish government. He attributed
Finland's good fortune in this res-poet
as compared to most other countries,
to the prohibition of Imports. This
had the effect of making the country']
industrial production greater than at
the beginning of the war.
Finland is now considering the ad
vlsability of gradually discontinuing
the embargo on imports, he said. This
country has begun to transship goods
for Russia and has established a free
port at Hango.
KEPT NON-MARRIAGE PLEDGE
Woman Now Asks Big Share of Dead
Suitor's Large Estate.
Echoes of a twenty-year romance
were heard In the federal district
court in Memphis, Tenn., with the trial
of the suit of Miss Mollie Quirk, Mil-
waukee, for a $400,000 share In the es-
tate of the late Patrick Kallaher,
wealthy Memphis man.
Kallaher, according to the aver-
ments of Miss Quirk, was under prom-
ise to bequeath her his fortune In re-
turn for her promise not to wed dur-
ing his lifetime. She said Kallaher
won her promise to marry him In 1892,
while she was a student in the Mil
Garbage Pails Aiding Dry Sleuths.
The battered garbage pail is now
the ally of the Volstead act sleuths.
Garbage collectors In Auburn, N. T„
are trailed by revenue officers, who
keep to leeward of the wagons and
note the contents of all palls dumped.
If they smell sour mash or hops, alas
for the home brewer.
LORD'S PRAYER ON PIN HEAD
Work of Spokane, Wash., Man Dis
played at Newborn, N. C.
J. O. Lowder has on display at hi
shooting gallery in Newborn, N. C
ordinary steel pin on the bend of which
Is engraved the Lord's prayer.
The engraving is the work of <
Baker of Spokane. Wash., and the )>
required three years- lo complete, a
cording to Mr. Lowder.
There are sixty-five words, 254 le
ters and nineteen punctuations on the
pin head, and each is so perfect!
formed that beneath a magnifying
glass they statu! out clearly anil can
lie read with ease.
Europe Will Owe U. S. $20,000,000,000.
Europe's debt to the United States
will be increased to $20,000,000,000 by
1924, George F. Warren, professor of
economics at Cornell university, de-
clared at tarllT revision hearings by
the house ways and meanft committee.
Only Three in Town Outside the Church
A church survey in McColl, S. C.,
which has a population of 2,129, dis-
closed only two men and a boy who
are not church members, taking 12
years as a minimum age.
KLINGLESMITH ENGINEERING AND
BENNETT BUILDING TELEPHONE 17
SIDEWALKS RETAINING WALLS FOUNDATIONS
ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORK
NORTH OHIO GARAGE
(known everwhere as SUm's Garage)
J. L. TAYLOR, Proprietor
WE SPECIALIZE IN MOTOR, TRANSMISSION AND REAR AXLE
It doesen't take years ot expeilence on one certain make of car.
General automobile knowledge ind how to use It Is all that la re-
"OUR WORK TRAVELS FARTHEST PER DOLLAR"
DID YOU EVER STOP
Now is the time to install a new
Cistern Tank and Gutter?
You should store away a portion of
the spring rains.
Soft water is a luxury during the hot,
dry summer months. Let us figure with
you. . Ii •' I •. &
E. A. HUTCHERSON
About Time To Go Fishing
We Carry The
We Have Just What You Need
NEWTON HDWE CO.
the "WINCHlSTtk storb
202 E. Broadwayj
Quit After Supervising 10,000 Burials,
After supervising 10,000 funerals
30 years as city sexton of .North
Adams, Mass., J. Henry Orr ha
signed. John H. Orr, father of the
retiring sexton, was the previous in-
cumbent of the office for 'J~> yours..
Farmers Campaigning Against Rabbits.
More than 10,000 jack rabbits, scav-
engers of the dry farms of Idaho, have
been killed within the last few weeks
In drives In Ringham county. More
than 20.000 were killed in a drive near
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