Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 321, Ed. 2 Wednesday, April 13, 1921 Page: 6 of 6

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I SATURDAY SPECIALS I
8 APRIL 16th ONE DAY ONLY
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These article- are from our rejrjiar stock anc pc -itr.vy ■
will be sold at these prices. One Day Only.
HERE THEY ARE
No. 1 Galv. '• ash Tubs .......................... SOt
So. 2 Galv. Waati Tubs Toe
No. 8 Gaiv. Wash Tubs 90t
12 Qt. Galvanized paiL= at 35c
1 Dozen Garden Plows — S3.50 Value for $1.50
< Watch our windows for our week end bargains every
t week.
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* If Miller put? on a sale is must be a bargain
S MILLER'S §
£ NORFOLK HDW. AND FURN. CO.
5 Complete Home Outfitters
■ 340 - 342 E. Broadway. . Phone 30
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I SPORT NOTES 1
MIDGETS SMOTHER PARSONS
VISITORS
SPEINGFTELO, April 3—TIk
spri2gf:e;<5 d:dgf. tm inl the patkn.1
Chib of tie Sooth*efWTB !>ea?ue
ar^Uar be of 11 runs &B<! 2( hits is
the second acd final ~ fr of the
exbibftioa serie* between the two,
clabe at WUc Otjr yerterdar. Hoc-
ge* pitched a good gaiae for tfc-
SfTjngfieM team and the Pardon ig
gregation xu held to three bits and
a pair of i-jm. The Cm g&ine be
teween the two team* as Saturday
revolted la a Z to 2 tor th visitor*
SAPULPA TEAM PLUCKS
THE HEN
Th«rt art ^U'^^re<^ of t*frut '3« if f ■ t/pe d you-3 me« in t ie P>- pp 1
TMjr art t« bt tht futurt rw tr of tr.t itr. - ti of tht i* andt.
Tl Pllipine hai \<*+u mart
re r,(ed In the Calted «' «• T « l
larj-;y became the Sobday
mt-L ' hare u.ad a ■perlalty of por-
tiuy.t.x I be «emi oaked wjo-t'hr f > r,
hlli T.f<e a "tj-p-.ca.' V. :
is far from the truth.
The tutal pr^pulstioo of the Fbliii-
pined m 10XSi tUQ. of which 'J VS ^':
are '.triitiab* sod cirillzed. and hate
beet, fj tor ".'*) lean ug a <
tore aod reCoeioent that will cocupare
farorabljr w;Tt that of oi!*r • j- ir^-
Tbe number of it 85J ,-j
and only a «t&i!l percentage ot
<>-*m are UDciTlllred TV- are f- «
be^omlDg edocated. aud will ultimate-
I; make good citizens.
He-, entjr [*r t«-rjt of the Inbab'.lants
of the Pblilpj io«-4 o>er ten years of
age, ac<t>rj ng to tbe iart ceiuauii. are
literate. This is a higher percentage
of literacy than that of any South
African country, higher tt.in that of
Spain, and higher than that of any
of the New Kcpubllc* of Europe whose
if <leperjdence is being guaranteed by
the Allies.
SAPULPA. Arfirn i.—The i5apnlpa
! team of the Southwestern L«agw.
I plucked some of the plnmage from j
the tail of Dick Crittenden's Hens, of
the Western Aseociattoa, at Henry-
elu yesterday when they rooted
them with a score of six to Bre in
a slow game
Gray started the fray ani walked
the fret two men who ff ed him,
and pared the way for the first tsl-:
lies registered by the Sapalpans in
the first round. Before he could
tighten up the Southwestern leagues'
chalked up a lead that was too big
tor the Henryetta tossers to over-
come.
Ec-rer? H«t;*iy « playing a..rx! far
*1* Ctrl u'1 tkeK ciym Tbe tJOMH
l-eitrty if cwt tie <n4 w .r<«
KIEiL tM>
• • •
A Wimtrn titter can't t* ex;*-?ed
t-e aoch as a bu* R -t:er Whea
be ffi thrcugi raai.tt '.i>ere? f 'Jk-
-j{ left to fwipe.
• • •
Gcvtieirs hasebal! teaas 1c*** two
aiec by grtdaalioo—Capt*:e M- net
and Sdman, W. F H:;f* will captain
tie tate next year.
■•Sim" Harri* of tie Macteec fays
the best way to pitci to Btt< Esth Is
to pot "er right orer and boid your ta:
as ti* ball bre*-r« by.
• • •
Any i .tcber wbo can guan.t:ee that
be will win a nsjority of his games
hat got something op his steeve. Prob-
ahlj a bully good arm.
• • •
Pittsb-argh Tibes are c ufSaring
Charley Tellowborw-. the Pirate re-
cruit to "Chief" Bender Y«~ they
are rcry siE. ar—both are Ir i tns.
Ccynnie Mack fcas sninwwrt the
of four recruits wbo will be re
U.tied. Tbey are Frank Brazil! Ers-
mett McCain. Paul J'jfcnsci acd John
ty Walker.
• • •
After piaying bail in California ail
winter. How-ard Eixke. the Tiger
pitcher, wbo bus be *n out wilt a had
arm for a year, retorted to Ty Cobb
and rated that be was as good as
eTer.
Co;- ;ieM 1*2# Hart Sehaftsrr 8k Mars
Blue Serges
Single and Double Breasted Models—$60.00
and $80.00 values for
49.50
See Our Windows
I PAWLEY BROTHERS
t Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx
Drumright, Oklahoma
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ARMY SHBIS
FOR THEIR NEW
FRIENDLESS GIRL IS HELPED
Gklafcotr.* City April II.—The iocai
Salraticn Army Corps was recently
rouf.ee by a County AdTjsory Board
that a young iady w^«ld arrive here
friecdiess and without means, at a
er_a:r. At :ze appointed hour
of arrival, she waf met by a SalTation
Army represeutatiTe and furnished
with room and board in the Young
Toman's B-aiding Home tor several
lays until her father, who was driv;ng
through from Missouri, arrired and
looked after her Such precaution as
this saves Tr.ar.y a girl from falling
into the hands of undesirable asso-
ciates-
Will Make Intensive
Canvass of City For
Funds to Build Head-
quarters.
j QUESTIONAI RE HAS BEEN PRE-
PARED TO EXPLAIN NECES-
SITY OF WORK
IIIIIHI11II
If Old Pluve Is Willing
We ll Have Concert
NEHF FOOLED JOHNNY EVERS
Cub Maragt' Do«s^^ Wo'St' Mjrph;
T ea Can tc Him Wntr Soutn-
ps«v Make* Good.
Art Nebf. rated as '«e of the good
ec-j'hpaw in tf>e Xationil le&gne
made i.ls first big leigue appearance
under Johnny Evers when the Crat-
ws* managing the Cobs. That is. he
made bis appearance in the ball park,
but never played a game there. He
repored in the room ng and was re-
leased L the aftemoct. Evers told
MUNICIPAL MUSICIANS TO RALLY
. .. . AROUND FLAG POLE
TONIGHT
diversified program includes every-
thing from '*11 Trovatore" to "Margie. '
including a vocal solo with band ac-
companiment as a feature of the con-
! cert.
"It is my aim," said James Brill, di-
Cnless old Jope Pi .ve up eta tie
rkinciood* over our fa.r city today,
Manictpal Band w:. offer iu first'
public 'wncert to local music lover*
tonight at the flag pole on B*oad*ay.
The banfmes pis- to g!v concerts
at. three of the principal downtown
corner* on alternate Wedneday nights
in order that none of She business
men who have subacribed to tie up-
keep fund of tl;e band may f«-l that
their parti'-ular aectioa of town in be-
ing slighted.
The first concert the city's musi-
cians have prepared cannot fall to
piea>e all dasse* of iziosic fan.«. The
rector of the band today, "'to play pop-
ular airs of the better sort as well as
P/« ft:*. .1*1, 1n.'.t<rs; iUo toha'jre
►one one or two special features for
"Very concert. I am preparing brass
and saxaf>hone quartet* to come, and
' also plan to fc I. e various local singers
appear with the band accompaniment
for background And while there will
! appear a few crudities and unfinished
spots In our playing just at first. 1
feel free to predict that before the
'iose of the summer the Drumright
municipal band will rank with almost
any professional band in the state.'*
T0ni 2* > prjgram >s as follows:
HARDING MAY LEI
DEBS 0U1 AFIER
PEACE 15 SIGNED
TOLD DELEGAUON HE WILL NOT
CONSIDER ESPIONAGE
CASES NOW
LATE NEWS |
INSISTS THAT PANAMA SETTLE
..ITS OWN FIGHTS
(By Associated Press)
Washington, April 13.—President
Harding told the delegation which
called today to urge the release of
Eugene V. Debs and ail otfcer pris-
oners convicted under the Wartime
Espionage act, that be > vnte(D|>Uted
no action towards looking nto a gen-
eml amnesity for such prisoners un
a state of peace has b--n declared
(By Associated Press)
Washington. April 13.—It was
indicatd today at the state de-
partment that the American Gov-
ernment was disposed to insist
upon its original position that
Panama settle its boundary dis-
putes with Costa Rica despite
the protest contained in Pan-
ama's reply received today by
Secretary Hughes' note of last
month.
SUGGEST THAT RATIFICATION OF
COLUMBIAN TREATY WOULD
DAMAGE DOOSEVELTS
NAME .
The Saivii.on Army op-ens its cam-
paign today for funds for the building
of a new citadel. A number of Army
me" are here from other cities to help
in this work. .
A meeting was heldMonday night at
which plans were laid for raising the
money. The Rotary Club has appoint-
ed a committee of twelve men to co-
operate with the Army and tfee Mas-
onic lodge and the Kn-.ghts of Pythias
are also pledged to assist
So that the citizens of Drumright
may h.-ve all questions relating to
the work fully answered, the Army
has printed a questionalne which will
be distributed. It deals v ith the whole
problem and shotm the necessity of
the new building and the good work
that is being done by the Salvation
Army. The questionaire will be mail-
ed out to every telephone subscriber.
.. ..TO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SAU3—3 L. C. Smith type-
writers. practically new. Drumright
Repair and ignition Co. Roberts Hotel
321-€t
building. Phone 39.
J1 00 PAYS FOR IT
The Evening De-rick I! tor
three months when paid tn advance
Art Nehf.
Mm that he would never make a big
lea roe ball player.
Whetj J«tiubj w captaining the
Bri'-e> a year or > it'*r and Nehf
joined that • lb. Mi.'.tcer Stalling^
Inirodu'-ed ti* latter to Everf.
"So I told you that you'd never
make a big leaguer ehT' quoth Jawn
"Jt'« no worker Charie> Murphy tied
tie -an to me."
(By Associated Press)
Washington. April 13 —Launch-
ing a fight against the J25.000.000
Columbian treaty. Senator Kellog
Republican of Minnesota told the
Senate today that the ratification
of the pact would ''Place a stain
upon the name and fame'' of Theo
dore Roosevelt to acknowledge
that the Vnited States wronged
Columbia and violated her rights
and is now willing to make repara-
tion iherefore."'
Old newspapers for sale, 5c a
bundle, at Derrick office.
ntuffi-iin"!
J20 1
So. Ohio
FOR SALiE—3 L. C. Smith type-
writers. practically new. Drumright
Repair and ignition Co. Roberts Hotel
building. Phone 39. , S21-6t
Stark Hotel open Boardins: busi-
ness Saturday. April 16th. Meals
Family style at 40c,—F. A Stark.
Prop. 320 3L
LOST—A Schmelzer's outfielder's
baseball glove, light brown color, lost
between ball park and high school.
Monday. April 11. If found please re-
turn to John Cook at High School and
receive reward. 321-St
FOR SALE—Several doors, win-
dows. frames etc. Inquire 119 South
Bristow. 321-3t
W ANTED—Salesman for 6.000 mile
guarantee tires. Salary $100.00 we*
ly with extra commissions. Cow a.'
Tire and Rubber Co. Box 7S4. -^tjicago
Illinois. 321-lt

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