The Davenport New Era (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 8, 1917 Page: 4 of 4
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"YK 1 i I0LK HI,]: HOME PAPER"
Enti-ri ! :i i-l * •* 1 .'tor -it tin; |><>sL ollico al Davenpo.t, la-
homa ' ' ()f March 'ird, '.879.
W. M. It YON,
Office 1*1.. • ,v> 1
Mrs. M. A. HUMPHREY. . .!i r
1.(m A Y EAR. Residence I i. m. 19
Biate of Ohio, City of* Toledo, >
I.u. iih County, f Sf!-
I r il< I <'l# n<*v makes oatfi that he Is
«•■!!,1.1 p.irtner of tin* firm of F. j. Cheney
K • '<>. iloing bumlneHM In tnn City of To-
County ami Stat.- aforesaid, ami
■ : <1 firm will pay tin? sum of ONE
H'T ">REI> I'OI.LAKfl for eueh and ev-
< rv ( ..re of Catarrh that cannot he curod
by ti ie u ■ «■ of HA f.I AS CATARRH CUIU3.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before mo and subscribed in
n:v pi* s- rice, this Cth day of December,
A I . 1836.
<[' ;.1> A. W. GLEA80N.
Ilall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally
nr <1 ■ ts directly upon tlx- blood and inti-
. r.iiM NiirfarcB of tho system. 8*nd for
it limoninls, frr*.
i J ('HKNRY A CO . Toledo, 0.
fold by all Drugjrlstn, 75c\
i iki* Hall * Family 1^11 Is fur conrCpf>tlon<
I am prepared to drill you a
new well, ream out your
;nall wells for large casing,
or any work necessary to
make you a good well. Pull-
1.1:4 casing a specialty. Phone
551 on 10, or write me.
W. L. CLARK
March is certainly upholding
her reputation as a windy one.
Deweey Tryon spent Saturday
night and Sunday with Dewey
The soldier boys have returned
and seem real glad to be back in ;
DIam.md, Watch nnd Jewelry Repairing
I still have my well drill and
will drill anywhere. Satis-
laction always guaranteed.
Concrete casing putin if so
Phone 55 on 8, Davenport
F. M. STOCK WELL
Preaching at the Woodman
llall Wednesday, Saturday and
Sunday nights of each week.
You will notice by the Frisco
I time table in this issue that there
have been some changes in the
Mr. and Mrs. Cox and Mrs.
Grider, and son George motored
over from Chandler Sunday and
spent a few minutes with the T.J.
A native of Calcutta, India, was
j in Davenport Sunday and lectur-
ed to a large audience at the
Methodist church that night. His
talk was very interesting.
Up and „
It se^ms to us tint if President
Wilson would put an embargo on
food stuffs instead of trying to
get an "armed neutrality bill"
through, the war would be over
much quicker, and the dove of
peace would again hover over
the earth. There is nothing like
starvation to bring a belligerent1
t j terms even to terms of peace. |
Spring rains will soon be here
and we will again have to wade
mud knee deep to jut to the
Santa Fe depot. The town coun-
SANTA FE TIME TABLE:
DRS. LOUWEIN & HANSEN
^ Rooms 1, 2 and 3 Feuquay
DR. W. D. DAIRD
Physician and Surgeon
Special attention to diseases
of women and children.
Phones: Res. 4; Office 6
Baggage hauled to or from
either depot promptly and
We are ready now.
Bro. Hendrickson of Chandler
has been preaching at the Chris-
tian church each evening for over
a. week. We understand that
this series of meetings will close
Edgar Moore is now the boss
of the old Boston Store, now
known as Slim's Cafe. He is re-
papering on tho ii^ide and paint-
ing on the outside this week and
will soon be able to serve the
eating public in a new clean
When you comc to Tulfa, dig ;• :'orr j—'.'h-y that needs repairing,
i We will repiii iho same day l'or y<.u . uiic you wait.
Having the best manufacturing plant in the country,
give pmir.pt and efficient service.
A. Y. Boswell Co.
123 South Main St. Tulsa, Oklahom
nables us to
It's Summer Time In Florida
Through Sleeping Car from Oklahoma #0
Leaves Davenport, Okla., daily at 12:33 p. m., arriving at Jacksonville at
8:25, the second morning.
The Frisco Lines afford the best of service, including All-Steel Trains
and Through Sleeping Car. Fred Harvey Meals 011 the Frisco. Excellent
Dining Car Service on the Southern Railway.
For further information, see
W. P. WOODRUFF, Ticket Agent
Miss Eva Harper has resigned
as teacher in the grammar de-
partment of the Davenport school
and returned to her home near
Meeker. Miss Lois Hall of this
place has been hired to take
charge of this room for the
454 Local freight 11:05 a. m.
408 Passenger 2:03 p. m.
4:07 Passenger 1:36 p. m.
453 Local freight 2:55 p. m.
BAD COLDS FROM SUDDEN CHANGES
; Chandler Okla.
SPRING COLDS ARE DANGEROUS
cil seems to be of the opinion of,
the old man whose house leaked.
When it was raining he couldn't
fix it, and when it wasn't raining
it didn't need it.
Spring brings all kindis <>f woather
and with it comt colds and th • reviv; 1
of winter coughs and hoarsen, si. Dr
Hell's Pina-Tar-Honey will he:id ctT n
new cold or atop the old one, the south
ing balsams relievo the sorr thro it and
heal the irritated tissues (jet a bottle
today and start treatment t once At
your druggist, 25c. Formula on the
COURTLAND M. FEUQUAY
SLOAN'S LINIMENT FOR RHEUMATISM
The torture of rheumatism, the pair s
and achi s that make life unbearable
are relieved by Sloan's Liniment, n
clean clear I quid that is easy to apply
and more effective than mussy plasters
or ointments because it penetrates
quickly without rubbing. For the many
pains and aches following exposure,
strains, sprains and inu-cle soreness,
Sloan's I.n iment is promptly effective.
Always have a bottle hnudy for gout,
lumbago, toothache, backache, stiff
neck and all external paina. At drug-
Granville Grigsby drove the
bus the first of the week.
Joe Cummings, a Chandler
barber, was in Davenport Mon-
Miss Nora Matthews of Chand-
ler visited Miss Lottie Pace Mon-
day and Tuesday.
Oscar Allred and a friend were
here from Sapulpa the first of
the week visiting.
Forrest Chapman and Perry
Hutton are now employed on the
Frisco concrete gang.
J. T. Cave will have a public
sale on the streets of Davenport
on Saturday of this week.
TliE BOSTON STORE
* # #
Everything to eat in the
line of Short Orders
# * *
t-bl 5me0 in SHAWNEE. OKLA.. Skvcn via
Oft t: Main Ovt* «;£*«" i*os phcns 11 :
j!u Crown fh g j
; ,,.Crown $4 tO
1 J0-'!* $5.00: Uppe, und Lower, brOi $10.C
"v R«t Set of Teeth M de $8.00. Uppit an
-r, both ol the Beat Teeth, #16.00
• r! I ,lhnga
Sudden changes of temperature and
underwear bring ppring colds with
stuffed up head, sore throat and gener-
al cold symptoms. A dose of Dr.
King's New Discovery is sure relief,
this happy combination of antiseptic
balsams clears the head, soothes the
irritated membranes and what might
have been a lingering cold is broken
up Don't stop treatment when relief
is flrst felt as a half cured cold is
dangerous. Take Dr. King's New
Discovery til! your cold is^one
We would like for our readers
to particularly notice the article
on "Consolidation" in this issue
and other articles on the same
subject that we intend running
from week to week.
There are many little tricks employed by good
meat buyers in judging quality. And we are
perfectly willing to share our secrets with you.
We buy only the best and we sell only the best.
W. A. TRUMBO
To be able to get what you want when you want
it in hardware is a convenience to you.
Our stock is complete in the hardware line, and
we offer you prompt and courteous service and right
prices on all purchases whether large or small.
You look at everything before you buy, and
!! back of all is our guaranty of quality.
Buy it at home.
Robertson Hardware Co.
<iND/illTi;RO,*TAMD UJ.'.G TROUBLES'
Of? MONEY KEFUNO/-TD.
Wait for me—the man who made
good. 62 sales passed to my credit
in 1915-16. Call me at my expense
and get a square deal.
Phone 152 on Line 3, Agra, or write
Col. J. I). Funnell
AGRA, OKLA., R. F. D. 2.
This would appeal lo j.m in price, if you thought you could get an education for that
price, but would not prove alisfactory to you and we are not going to offer you any such
Scholarship, but will give you value for value received.
We offer you a course in practical Bookkeeping, Stenotypy, Shorthand, Telegraphy
and Typewriting at a very moderate cost to you,
The New Mater Model Stenotype is here. Don't fail to see a demonstration. New
catalog just out. Write for it.
% IF YOU 1,1 VED IN NEW YORK OR CHICAG0-
—\ou would have access to some of the
greatest Banks in the world;
but you would not get the attention nor 4
the interest in your welfare that you t
receive at this Bank. ![
| DAVENPORT STATE BANK, Oayenporf, Okla. i!
O. D. Groom, President r. m. Aboabbicht, Cashier ?
i- « A Chastain, Assistant Cashier 4
Suits and Trousers Made lo Measure
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FRISCO TIME TABLE:
Western Business College
SHAWNEE, : OKLAHOMA
413 Governor at 5:06 a. m.
407 Okla. Limited at 2:4G p. ni
417 Okla. Special at 8:20 p. m.
414 Governor at 2:12 a. m.
418 K. C. Special at 10:05 a m.
408 St. Louis Limited 12:15 p.m
112 Meteor 8:29 p. m-
YOU NEED A SPRING LAXATIVE
Dr. King's New Life Pills will re-
move the accumulated wastes of wint-
ef from yoin;intestines, the burden of
the biood. Get that sluggish spring
fever feeling out- of your system
brighten your eye, clear your complex-
ion. Get that vim and snap of cood
purifiedI healthy blood Dr King'sNew
Life Pills are a non-griping laxative
that aids nature ■ process, trv them
tonight. At all druggist*, 26>;
!! Easy shaves, stylish ;;
Jhair cuts, massages. *
• J Agency for Up To Date !!
.. Laundry. Basket goes
; i every other Wednesday. • •
11 !■ 11-H
The Davenport Cornet Band is
liiinking of putting on a play in
the near future. Watch for
Mi. and Mrs. Win. Hickey and
child arrived last Friday from
South Haven, Kansas, for a visit
with relatives and friends here.
Landis Bros. $
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Tryon, W. M. The Davenport New Era (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 8, 1917, newspaper, March 8, 1917; Davenport, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109408/m1/4/: accessed February 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.