Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, June 24, 1921 Page: 3 of 8
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FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1021.
DRUMRIGHT EVLMNC DEKRI £
LET WEEDS GROW
City Officers are Notifying
Citizens of Fact and Ap-
peal for Co-Operation
' "Ilavo you made any arrests yet, of
people who refuse to cut their weeds,"
was a question put to M. M. Barnes,
who Is deputized for the job of Beeing
that the weeds of tile city fall to the
sickle of the owner of the property
they ehose to deface.
"No, I havn't made any yet, but there
ure sure i;oing to be some, if some peo-
ple don't get a little • |>« d on," i id
P.nrneB, and the re i of the organisa-
tion n the city for the el true ti on of
weeds, is working under u perfectly
good city ordinance that provides a
fine of from one to twenty dollars for
"any person, persons, firm or corpora-
tion violating any of the provisions of
And the ordinance declares that
weeds are a pubKc. nuisance, and that
it is the duty of the owner of a piece
of property to keep that property and
adjoining alleys free from weeds, it
s;iys that i-; i; necessary 4'tor the
«u rvation of the public peace, health
and safety" of the city.
A special effort is being made at
this t me to clean up the city. Many
of the people are doing their best and
the city is alreadv putting on a new
appearance. At the same time there
are citizens who are not doing what
they should, says. Mr. Barnes.
Brieve ^ssr an<^a ^ooc^
business man. Ju-
£51 blpUS dicious advertising
' Always Pays
?and especially when
you advertise in a
paper thai is read
by everybody in
This newspaper reaches its qjq
of everybody who roiglit be a
possible buyer in this section.
A distinguished London clergyman
has two maids, iHHfi named Kate. One
In a Cockney, the other a S« « t. The j
difficulty of distinguishing* the two is I
solve I by the easy method of calling
one Kite and the other Kate. No
confusion ever arises.—London Post.
Question for Astronomers.
One bright moonlight night my lit-
tle four-year-old sister was playing
on ?In* front lawn. Presently the Ill-
tie one gn/.ed at the sky Intently for
a few minutes and then queried, "Oh,
sis, when the sun sets does it hatch
the ipoon?"—Chicago American.
Herbert, aped four, was Irritated by
the cryinjr of sister Harriet, uged two.
"Why don't you stop crying?" he
asked his sister with great serious*
uc is, "You must be sick. You don't
look well, and you don't sound well!"
Many Kinds of Pigeons.
in all there are over two hundred
varieties of pigeons. They are all
descended from the i*ock-dove, a bird
which makes its home'among the sea
cliffs of 1-urope. Pigeons do not i'avor
trees, like other birds.
The Mohammedan takes an oath with
his forehead reverently resting upon
The open Koran. Taking the book in
his hands he stops, slowly bowing his
heud until it touches the book.
Meaning of Dream of Venison.
To dream of venison indicates that
the dreamer will be surprised by hear-
ing from a long-absent friend a com-
munication of a pleasing and gratify-
Find Pleasure in Doing Good.
Croat minds, like heaven, are
pleased in doing'good, though the un-
grateful subjects of their favors are
barren in return.—Howe.
Human experience, like the sfern-
lii^its of a ship at sea, Illumines only
the path which we have passed over.—
Tonic for Flowers.
The water In which beef has been
. washed before cooking makes an ex-
I i cellent tonic for roses and geraniums.
Most Men Usually Do.
Seeing is believing, but it is just as
well to take another look.—Philadel-
Mr. and Mrs. Harv y 10. Jones ;ir<-
exulting over the arrival of a new girl.
She was born at their Home at fiv
o'clock this morning- Mother and
babe are doing nicely.
a B E a ®
NATURE FOND OF FREAKS
Good Old Dame Seems to Take Pride
in Perpetuating Physical Oddi-
ties in Mankind.
Oeca tonally it happens that n boy
or girl Is born With webbed feet—
that is to say, with toes united by
fleshy tlt^ues It Is u phenomenon
This eccentricity is npt to be hand-
ed down from generation to genera-
tion in a family, appearing In some of
Its members, but not in others.
The Magazine of Heredity de-
scribes one such ense, In a branch of
nn old New England family. The pa
temnl grandfather was web-footed
and bequeathed his peculiar toes to
a sun, wiio passed them along to three
of his six children.
If those people were to Intermarry
f«>i tin- or four generations with an
other web-fooi. 1 family, all the .chil-
dren born would exhibit the peculiar-
ity. For nature, curiously enough,
seems always willing to perpetuate
freaks of any kind.
What we call fn a'.', or "sports,"
In the animal or the vegetable world
are nature* little experiments. It is
by flii means that she creates new
species nnd varieties. Some anthro-
pologists are of opinion that all hu-
man beings were originally black and
that the lirst white man was a sport.
It mlgbt be said that many white
people tosi-.y respond to that descrip-
tion, though not In tlio same sense.—
b ncrvas* < , -"
WRITER MUST HAVE STYLE
Without It, Declares Arnold Bennett,
He Will Be Unable to Get His
You cannot have good matter with
had style. Examine the point more
closely, a man wishes to convey n
fine* idea to you. He employs a form
of wor<K That form'of words is his
style. Having read, you say: "Yes,
tills Idea is fine." The writer has
therefore achieved his end. But In
what Imaginable circumstances can
you say. "Yes, this idea is tine, but
the style is not fine?" The sole me-
dium of communication between you
and the author has been the form of
words. The line Idea lias reached you.
How? In the words, by the words.
11 en cp the fineness ' must be In the
won: Y«m may say, superiority: "He
has expressed himself clumsily, but
I can ■ ' what lie means." By what
light? By something in the words,
in the style. That something Is fine.
Moreover, if the style Is clumsy, are
you sure that you can see what he
means? You cannot be quite sure.
And at any rate, you cannot see dis-
tinctly. The "matter" is what actually
reaches you, nnd it must necessarily be
affcyted by the style.—Arnold Bennett.
"BELL" ALUMINUM GUARNTEED
-Pleasing to the housewife and a perpetual
saving to the household
Easy to keep clean and, therefore always
pleasing in appearance
ATTRACTIVE SHAPES AND LASTING
Less Fuel Needed and No Cooking Utensils
To Replace, As "Bell" Aluminum, With
Proper Care, Will Last a Lifetime.
Practical Pure Aluminum Cooking Utensils
Given, Free, in Exchange for Cash Trade.
Famous Frcnch Fortress.
Carcussouue, the wall-
e t wows of the Pyretic,
famous medieval forti
nd has been preserved
monument. The old
the summit « f i hill ovi ;
in all directions, and i
enonm us walls, wh<
defense towers show <
•<1 city fceslde
>, is the most
s,. .72 pointed
unpletely t he
art of defense ns undo; tood between
the Fifth : fid Thin en;h centur'es.
The Itoinans ruled here, then the Visi-
goths from Spain for three centuries,
then the Saracens, and finally the
Rents High in Stone Age.
Southern California had apartment
profiteers hack In tho fourteenth and
fifteenth centuries, according to
scientific correspondent whose Inves-
tigation of tho stone age dwellings,
hewn out of solid rock, has convinced
M him that keeping up an apartment
" never was a snap. At the entrance
|j to one six-apartment cavern he*found
gi hieroglyphics, which he has deciph-
I ered to mean the rates for apart-
™ nients as follows:
One abalone, one sun.
gj: Two nbnlenes, two suns.
Three abalones, three suns.
Twelvo-iihalonos, one moon,
ffl Our correspondent figures that the
B home hunters among the Plmugna
I Indians had to pay at the rate of one
llfalone a sleep, or day, or 1- abalones
®| per lunar month. The cave was the
largest on the island and comprised
the apartment house de luxe of that
period. A short distance below tho
entrance to the stone apartment house
the professor found a huge pile of
empty abalone shells, proving that the
landlord did a more or less rushing
SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW AND COME IN
AND WE WILL EXPLAIN OUR PLAN
Milady Smoked Long Ago.
Smoking among women started
when Sir Walter Kale '^offered the
"divine weed'' to Quebn l'lizal t ill, but
he almost paid the penalty with hi*
life. So very sick did the few whilT
of tobacco make the royal lndy that
ourtlers whispered Master Raleigh
had poisoned her, nnd dark lool*s were
his portion. Her hlghne - recovered,
however, and took a truly Elizabethan
venge by making the count*'of
Nottingham and all her maid smoke
out a whole pipe among theui.
Moroccans Miking Little Prorjrers.
The director of Indigenous arts in
Fez, Morocco, recently came upoq a
book written in the Fourt nth century
ami describing Fez ns it was at that
time. The director has compared the
statements in the book with Fez a-
it Is today, cud finds the book to b '
perfectly up to date. If reprinted It
would pi'ss very well ns a modern ac-
count of present day Fez. The itf o-
ple of Fez are still doing thing- Just
as they did them in medieval •nrV
/frtistic Scottish Coins.
The "Bontoct Piece" w:;s the name
given to a beautiful coin of pure gold
issued under 'the reign of James
of Scotland, the name i elng given he-
•ause the head of the king ffri the
•oin was covered v.ith a Scotch bonnet
in phuo of the proverbial crown.
James was the Jlr-i sovereign to place
dates 011 coins issued, and coins
npproved \>'':'re ex(|uisltely designed.
COTTON THROUGHOUT MCCUR-
TAIN COUNTY AT PRF.SENT
IN GOOD CONDITION
Idabel, Juno 22.—(Special) —Boll
w vi 1 s have made their appearance
a tho cotton in the lowlands around
ii< re, according to reports from vari-
1 rmer. Cotton in McCurtain
uty has been looking extra well, :t
TOLL BRIDGE CHARGES RAISED
Purcell, June 22. (Special).—The
Pureed1 Lexington toll bridge man-
'caent li announced that begin
11 in next week totals on tho bridge
will be raised from 25 cents to $1 un
le ' worth of tickets or purchas
od. There is said to bemuch oppesi
tion to tho move especially on the
( ' eland county side of the river
many claiming that the rates ar
TONKAWA TO LAY SCHOOL
Tonkawa, Juno 22.—(Special.)—
The cornerstone of Tonka wit's new
high school building will be laid Jul>
It. H. Wilson, state superintenden
of public instruction, will deliver tin
Read This to Husband.
'A new effect is to have trousers
shirred or plaited Immediately above
spot where the ( uter cuease t
minutes. This helps to make one's
trousers fit better and wrinkle 1<
If a handkerchief, a wallet or oilier
trifles hi; carried in the side pockets
thus tending to cause a strain across
the waist, the shirring automatically
irons this out."—Boutin ash.
In slabs of Trlasslc rock little de-
pressions are often seen that have
been called "fossil raindrops," the Idea
being that they were formed by show-
ers 011 muddy sea beaches, and pre-
served by being covered with u layer
of mud at the next high tide.
But lately St has been suggested, In
view of observations on a tlood plain
In tiie Dorn valley, that the supposed
impressions of rain drops may really
be due to pittlngs formed by bubbles
in a film of mud at the bottom of shal-
low water. There have been watchftd
the formation of many pittlngs, and
It has been found that after the mud
has dried they exactly resemble "fos-
Has Had Ten Capitals.
North Carolina has had at least ten
capitals, including Bath, Edenton,
Brunswick, Wilmington, Newberry,
Ilillsboro, Smithfleld, Fayette and
Raleigh. The reason for so many ldy
in the custom prior to 1701 of trans-
ferring the seat of government to the
place of residence of the governor or
the temporary meeting place of the
In 1791 one square mile of land
was purchased f&r the foundation of
Raleigh as the permanent seat of gov-
ernment. At present the city covers
four square miles.
Life Getting More Complex.
A11 Oldo physician declares that the
length of a we'eait's -ecoiid toe in-
dicates her dfspopltion, and he winfe
us against Women with long ones.
What the dickens! Must the fellow
who goes courting carry along an
X-ray machine?—Bos; ii Transcript.
No Question at All.
According to Doctor Waller, "the
emotive response" is found In the palm
of the hand and tin- ole of the foot.
Everyone who has had experience of
railway porters or potential father-ln-
lows will readily agree.—Passing
Do you get the Deriick (l evered
at your home?
Caller—And liave you any old mas-
English Newrlch—Old masters be
I 'angedl Everything in this 'ouse is
hloomm well up to date.—Boston Trail-
— ^ ■ script.
Save Your Coupons—They are Valuable ■ 0
Tlio Drrirk is the Livest Wire In
—: .his Vicinity.
Stylish Stout Figures
Tliis system makes available a complete
wardrobe of fashionable and correctly
proportioned garments which give large
women the envied Stylish Stout figure.
Do away with needless, unsatisfactory fit-
tings and alterations.
Insist on Svellline System
DRESSliS • SUITS • COATS • SKIRTS
BLOUSES • CORSETS
BRASMERES : UNDERWEAR
The but stores now cany a full tine Sveltline System apparel
WRITE FOR BOOKLET
Illustrating latc«t styles of Sveltline System apparel and telling how
you may gain a stylish, slender appearance.
M AD AMB SVELTLINE
47JWc-,t'34th Street New Yorlc. N. Y.
A measure whi« y alms to teach the
children how to play appears to be
not without merit when the schools
are being urged to do ho much that
probably does not add to the Joy of
youUiful life.—ltoston Transcript.
Preserve Scottish Phrases.
The Scotch origin of many north of
Ireland families is sKdv.n by the m*-
inou words V/ use. Both f,
luiri, but In U4*' . A * 1
I lie , ;• 1 o r- j^i- vsJk. .j. 1
in <-Ls t> : r 1
C Eti ity's Achievements.
With Christianity came a new civil-
izution, and a new order of Ideas.
Tastes were cultivated, manners re-
fined, views broadened und nature
MISS BELLE SKINNER
What Relation Is Bureau?
"The whole Crat family," postcards
Ted, "consists of Auto, Aristo, IMuto
and Demo tlie last being the most
truly American and the best mixer."—
lie tun Transcript.
The positive force of writing or of
speech must come from positive
sources—ardor, energy, depth of feel*
in# or of thought.—lllgglnsou.
The Penny Was Lucky.
A Hot Springs man carried a lucky
penny till it wore a hole hi his pocket,
through which he lost a *10 gold
piece.—Arkansas Thomas Cat.
She (In a tantrum)—Absolutely I I'm
going away to die. Uive me my tooth-
brush and my powder puff.—Paris
Not until after a man loses his head
does he realize that two heads are
better than one.—Cartoons Magazine.
More Than Grammars.
It takes more than grammars nnd
dictionaries to make a literature.—
Miss Belle Skin d er of New York,"]
photographed as sNi sailed for Francs
to supervise tho rcf construction of ths
ruined French towr. of Hatton chapel.
CITY DRITt 3 STORE
Most of the pain we suffer is
unnecessary. Why continue
to endure it—to sacrificc your
youth, beauty, and enjoyment
The combination of simple
harmless medicines found in
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills
is especially effective in re-
lieving pain without bad after-
For more than thirty-five
years sufferers from headache,
neuralgia, backache, tooth-
ache, sciatica ?.nd pains from
other causes have found re-
lief by talcing these pills.
Why don't you try them?
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST
Is greater if you buy your cloth es at the
Army and Navy Store, for we gi,ve you
back the most change, i
Regulation Rain Coat, . J tPC Kfj
Double Back , j... wOiOU
Gas Mask Rain coat, OC (|C
Rubber Lined, Guaranteed.. . . VuiUj
Munson Army Last, the ideal work shoe $3.50
Hlue Work ShirtMade of A1 Cambric.. $ .65
Cotton Sox, double toe and heel $ .10
Canvas Gloves, a pair $ .10
YOUR MONEY WILL BUY MORE AT THE
ARMY AND NAVY STORE
ARMY & NAVY STORE
W in Kiuge, Mgr.
104 East Bdwy. Drumright, Okla.
one of our
If you are after the best, at a very mod-
erate price—Try us and be convinced.
We have a complete line of fresh fruits,
Prices Reasonable on Spring Chickens and
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