The Davenport New Era (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 1, 1917 Page: 1 of 4
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"Ye Little Oie Home Paper
DAVENPORT. LINCOLN COUNTY, OKLAHOMA
Ed Hensley has returned from
for sa:e b\
Nyal Wild Cherry Cough Syi up
at Owl Drug Co.
John Landis is working at the
Roya^ Cafe this week.
"Ted," Ye Editor's driving
. pony, died last Saturday.
Rev. J. H. Patterson preached!
at the Baptist church Sunday.
Bert and Floyd Webster and
Lawton Tryon drove to Chandler
COL. L. ROBERTS
Miss Thrace Hubbell of Stroud
visited Miss Lois Hall the first of
Miss Edna Innian was the guest
of home folks in Stroud Saturday
Marshall Dye and Miss Ezma
Johnson motored to Kendrick
THAT GGOD RGAGS
MEETING PUT OFF
On account of the baa weather
Mr. Floyd Thompson of Oklaho-
ma City informed Ye Editor over T n n > • .
, ,. , . , , .... .J. ti. Lolvin s new residence
longdistance telephone Wednes- r ,, 0 • . ...
j ,, , ., , , south of the Frisco depot is be-
day morn.ng that the Ozark • . . ,
T ., d . . . 'ginning to loom up.
Irail Boosters would not at-1
tempt the trip as scheduled, but; Mrs. T. R. Hall and Mrs. Lena
would put it off till the first of Adams went to Drumright Tues-
the week when it will be a little [day to visit a few days.
Rev. J. E. Wright has return-
ed to Davenport from a trip to
i the southern part of the state.
Ccld remidie:i at Owl Drug Co.
•\ I usich of A No.
v j u \ t r i.av ami M
were in i>a\ eno.H
Rev. L. A. B ilerj .ok preached
at the Christian cira. i h Sunday, t
I II. C. ;jut lis n
County, was nei
ti ip la:-1 week.
s >11. Creek |
Mr. and Mis John La- d s ma
business nip to ivem.rick
ly last v> eek.
i. as i at
EY PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION
HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
7130 P. M.
PIANO—"Morcean In Forne D. Etude" .
'Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep"...
QUAR TETTE —"As We Saw so Shall We R a;>" Yoe—JefTr rs
MRS. HE.S3ER, LULA JONES, J. M. KIMBALL, CLAUDE ADAMS
TALK.. I lie Parent-Tcacher Association"
O. W. BAiS, County Superintendent
v' 11 Stacy
i ;t turned fx«.*::i
ti .p to D. uiur ^l.t.
VOICE DUET—"Drifting" .
Inquire of those who have used
-.W.lliams Geriaiciue Oint neat. TuiVh i. i
you.—Owl Drug *
Of Bo: ton
At DAVENPORT, Monday Night
CELESTE BETftkSMIEl X
PIANO—"The Sleigh Ride"
0. D. GROOM
VOICE—"Sing Me to Sleep"
EDNA IN MAN
PIANO DUET -"In the Woodland Mill"
MINTA CAGE, VIDA RICHIE
; n.g i.oi tuoilie;
Eli, i.e a- Mu l
iuis is vis t-
BANKS TO SPEAK
Kenneth and Jes e Kimball a e
0. Hem y i able to ue around ; .am al ter a
severe sei^e oi mumps.
HERE FEBFiOARY 5
WOULD TEACH BYRNE SYSTEMS
NOT THE FIRST TO WANT RIGHT
"ANOTHER" business college
in Oklahoma seeks to install the
ANXIOUS T3 KNOW
And wrote to Tyler College for
information. Referred to the
author, Ii. E. Byrne, Li E. Mon-
roe St., Chicag. , III., '.-. rote him
under date of Dec. L(i, 191G ask-
ing for right to tea'-h his system
in this st.i1!'. Mr. Byrne's leply,
Jan. 4, 1917 exnla,, 1 i<_- that CAP-
ITAL CITY BUSINK S COLLEGE
has exclusive ritfht to BYRNE
SIMPLIFIED SYSTEM in the
state of Oklahoma.
WAS NOT [-NOUGH
This did not satisfy and same
party wrote to Mr. Byrne on
Jan. 7, 1917, saying: "Their part
of the state must have boundry
lines." And stating threatened
lawsuits were not wanted. Mr.
Byrne then wrote, Jan. 17, 1917,
and advised to correspond witu
CAPITAL CITY BUSINESS COL-
LEGE, sending all correspond-
ence to its manager.
People of Oklahoma, who
know, are interested in the won-
derful :*ucce.-s BYRNE SYSTEM
is making. Hence it wins.
WILL PR3T CT RIGHT
CAPITAL CITY BUSINESS
COLLEGE is safely protected in
Oklahoma on the l ight to teach
BYRNE SYSTEM .aid this vv ill be
protected by authority of this
school under Oklahoma Corpora-
EASY TO REACH
Distance is short from this lo-
cation to avy part of Oklahoma;
students enroll in CAPITAL
CITY BUSINESS COLLEGE al-
ready from four adjoining states;
main lines and interurban to
Guthrie and City, hence, no need
for dividing interest.
See Capital City Business Col-
lege. Guthrie or Gross Bldg.,
Oklahoma City for Byrne Systems
HONOR IN STATE CONVENTION
Head of the above school was
appointed by president of Com-
mercial Teacher's Department of
0. E. A. at Oklahoma City last
fall to represent OKLAHOMA at
the National Commercial Teach-
i V/alter J. Preiss returned .to j Ruby Olson, Mrs. Nate Nash, Accompanists
Davenport the latter part of last ...... ~TT c, ,
week to fkHsh u3 his busies* *1 ~Se,ec"!d
HANSEN, R. P. ROOPE, II. STOLTENBURG, G. LOUWli:>
H. W. Harris, Accompanist
Admission 10 and 15 Cents.
Chailes'Parkhurst, the editor
of Zion s Herald, published at
! Boston, Mass., say-i < f Dr. Lou's
..Greet e Miss Cassia Martin of Stroud Albert Banks: "At sixteen years
.spent Sunday v. i n her cousin,' of age I.e commenced to preach
1 Miss Myrtle Martin hero. ; the gospel in Washington Terri-
Mrs. W. A Price, Roy Harri- am' '"any wcre converted-
son and Perry HuUon Forded to I'''0." seventepn to twenty-One,
Chandler Tuesday evening.
a eek to liiiish u . Ins business
Edgar Moore and Ira Sharpi
went to Milfay Monday to see'
about buying a barber shop at
We printed a nice bunch of
stationery for the Western Busi-
ness College at Shawnee this
i Miss N.
Miss Mayplt Hubbell and Wil- Harry
ks Sowards were at Davenpo: 1 company
th' first of the
Miss Lois Hall.
St. Clair's big
with 12 people.
On February 7th Col. L. Rob-
ei ts will cry a sale near Bri.-tow.
Colonel Link is getting business
in all directions this season.
week, visiting them at Davenport High School
Auditorium Monday and Tuesday
nights. The play for Monday
night "Bought and Paid For" in
4 acts. This is guaranteed to
f)lease or money refunded.
• H In Memory Of
I)"ceased Jan. 29th, 1917
J. Q. Bagwell contemplates
building a house on his farm m
the near future. The home was
destroyed by fire last spring.
The Misses Lucille Duke, Nellie
Hall, Lucille Irvin and Jurene
Grigsby made the New Era office
a pleasant call last Wednesday
Pearle Ervvin, one of the most
successful lawyers from Wells-
ton, tried a case before Judge W.
Dr. Beverly Jones of the Joiips
Dental Pal lors, Shawnee, Okla.,
is in Denver, Colorado, taking a
post graduate course and will be I
back March 1st.
We buy any and all kinds of
hides. Also make and sell all
kinds of harness and leather
goods. Loc ted just north of the
old Christy Livery Barn.—
A. Price here last
won his case.
PAINFUL COUGHS RELIEVED
at Chicago in
Prof. Adams was down from
Kendrick Sunday and matched a
game of basketball with the Dav-
enport boys to be played at Ken-
drick Friday at 2:30.
Halley Strong, the Kendrick
himber man, was in Davenport
last Thursday, returning from
Guthrie, where he has been serv-
ing on the Federal Grand Jury.
A crowd of young folks gave a
farewell moonlight party in the
Irvin pasture last Monday night
in honor of Miss Nell Darby.
John landis and W. A. Chastain
were Are boys, and an appetizing
luncheon was served camp style.
Dr King's New Discovery is n sooth-
ing, healing remedy for coughs and
colds that has stood Ihe test for m nrly
fifty yeais. For that cough ;hal stain's
the throat and saps the \italitv try Or.
Kin* « New Discovery. The* oothing , at
pine balsams and mild Inx itive inured- tniid Istiuivc that rrti.'-.-s th
itfhts soon drive the cold from the syi I pestpd intestines withnm LTipinL' A
tern. Have a botilu on hand tor wint- dot. hefore reh'rinjr will aesure i u a
er co ds, croup, grippe and bronchial full and movement in the room,
affections. At your Druggist. 50c. nig. 25c at your Druggist.
County Atiornt, James
A. Embry and Sheriff Geo.
Arnold visited Davenport
Monday night and put on
the Iitl to his coffin. They
visited all su<;iectc;l violat
ers of the prohibition law,
and warned them that they
would receive the full pen
alty of the law if caught.
This is sort of a hard blow
to,those uho imbibe freely
of Jamacia Ginger, familiar-
ly known as "Jake." Tin'
decease of "Jake" n Daven Pj
port is sadly bewailed by a
in;ctivity causes constipation
I.ark of exorcise in the winter i n
frequent cause of constipation You
('eel heavy, ,(„|| ailfj |js(| y,ol|p Pl |n
plexion is s:i11 iw mid pim; v. and r
g.V at low <'hb Clean tip I his Condi'ion
ince with lit- King's New Li,'
i in- i tught school and studied law,
l>'ing admitted to practice in the
emits He received his first
regular appointment as a minist-
er i:i the Metlio.list "Episcopal
church from Bishop Gilbert Hav-
en, ami was station- 1 at Port-
11 Darbj and Mr. \V. A. land, Oregon. F ar!i*ss as a re-
tool G o'clock dinner j former, he has been shot down
an J M Joun Landis l y the infuriated siluonist, and
fin ibbed by the anti-Chinese iiot-
k ,'.7. . , ... ,tMS- Dt -Buiks is tall, of vigor-
'4'.' 'ucllK-1'-us form, pleasant and intelligent
I etui m : i ; .-A 1 nJay to (flco _ m.V(.r cloril.;ll but ahvays
St Jlwatei:to presume their stwHw frai|kt open.heftrted( and I)lan|>,
! He is always bubbling over with
life ;tnd good cheer. He carries
with him an inexhaustible supply
■ ol i ViiSerance, which overflows
to gladden every circle into which
, he enters. lli is a man of Ixiund-
Messrs. Bill Pari-i, Vv'attie^lo!- less optimism."
. ;■ timber c: < v< n:. ; people
j iittmned the p .i,<pt : at Mud
' College last Thur.stUy iuyht. The
proceeds were over Ji.ii 00.
land and Guthrie
Stroud attende.i tin
at Mud Collt
| Win. Grigsby was here from
^ his place near Kendrick the first
B of the w ink ami h.; I the address
of his New Ei a changed to Averv
| Route 1.
0. i). (. roem Iri i returned from
Guthrie u here he attended the
Scottish Rite reunion, and is now
a full fledged thirty-second de-
Dr. Ban's will le tuie to the
P>-'p!e ' I Davenport an I vicinity
on I lie Greater America" at the
Christian church next Monday
night, February 5th. Dr. Banks
is one of the many n ited orators
making a united effort over the
state in the int ;pest of the Anti-
Saloon League of America. The
tii eiy tree, an.I every one is urg-
ed to be present.
L. R. Ostran
his home in I.
after a week's vi-
father, Peter Ostran
samiiie II >tel.
it with his
of the Jes-
afl appreciated letter
Cleveland, Okla., Box 556
En lose.) find one dollar. Please
send me the New Lra. I am
working here in the «>il fields,
Liit I li^e ti: • home paper that
'gives the news.
ihe ihbrqidery club
i lie members of the Embroid-
Dr. Banks is an orator of na
tional fame. He has served re-
markably successful pastorates in 1
the leading churches of the larg-
est cities from coast to coast. As
an Evangelist his itineraries have
John Boggs and Allen T Bur- been nation-wide. Hear his lee-
gess came over from the County lure at the Christian church
Seat Suodar Horning J 7 JiO mest Monda j night.
Try a New Era Want Ad.
! J. B. Swarts is going to Wa-
tonga soon to purchase some1
pure bred Durham cattle, and do
his part toward i aising the stand-; ,.ry club were guests of Mr
ard of the cattle in this locality. V. Ti umbo Wednesday afternoon
Jan 2I> h.
Mrs, I mma Daggett Randel The ladies brought along their
left last Wednesday for Houston,, fancy work and a general good
Texas, to \Mt her daughter.
From there he goes to Fori
Wayne, Indiana, for an extended
visit before returning to Ontario,
time was had.
Only routine business was
transacted. At four o'clock the
was assisted by her
daughter, Miss Bertha Trumbo,
in erring a delicious buffet
Grandpa Morgan, who has beer luncheon. Mrs. VV. P. Woodruff
making his home with the Mitch will be the next hoste i.
ells at Bermuda Stock Farm, died
there Wednesday of this week, Mrs. F. B. G irdanicr and
after a short illness. Grandpa daughter of Tulsa ~pent the week
Morgan was an old soldier over lend with he brothers, Nate and
93 years of age The funeral j Chris Nash here. They returned
was held from the Mitchell home home Tu ■ lay acc >mpauie 1 by C.
'Thursday and t'ie remains laid'to | Nash, who will spend a week in
.\ rest in the New Zion cemetery. Tul i v -iting.
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Tryon, W. M. The Davenport New Era (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 1, 1917, newspaper, February 1, 1917; Davenport, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109403/m1/1/: accessed January 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.