The Davenport New Era (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 31, 1917 Page: 4 of 4
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WE ARE PREPARED
To give > ou quirk and better service than any other concern in the
southwest in the way of
Manufacturing Jewelry Diamond Seitii?(j
WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING
THE DAVENPORT NEW ERA
"YE LITTLE OLE HOME PAPER"
Entered as second class mail matter at the post office at Davenport, Ok la-
homa according to act of Congress l(f March 3rd, 1S79.
Roberts on Hdwe. Co.
We haw u fully equipped factory with all the latest machines and
(killed^workmen i n 1 we can give you quick service.
W. M. TRYON, E ii;or.
Office I'hone no. 10.
Mrs. M. A. HUMPHREY, Publisher
SI .(Hi A YEAR.
Residence 1 hone -J.1
We Do Our Own Manufacturing
If you h.v «me gold you want made into something else, we will
use the Batr.c y< !>l you bring in. Let us nhow you.
A. Y. Boswell Co.
123 South Main St.
Sel-l the Champion Cream Saver
There Is more Catarrh In this aectlon ot
tlie country than nil other diieaaes put
together, and until tit«* last tow year*
van suppc • t« l"N Ii.rurabl'' For a
tcrt-ut many . ,u 1 .1 l.-is pronourx • I It a
local di." ■ and | rib < il reme-
dn*s. and l>\ i i.mily failing to cure
with l.M .ii ti tin t. I'lonoiinctd l( Incur-
able .Srl.'iuv i .11 ("atarrli to bo a
constitutional «: -a . and tl«:.i.>r iv
quires cousin m i.n il treatment. Hall's
Cntnrrh Cm- , n mil! tin ti by 1". .1.
Chcnoy & C< . ToUdJ, Ohio, Is the only
Constitutional <uro on the market. It Is
taken Interim 11 It nets dlr- tly on the
blood and mi. v.--- urfne s , f tin* system
They offer one hnn h l dof,nn for any
cnj <> It falls t.. cure. S«nd /or clrculr.'s
Address: !•'. .! TTT * V.Y Si CO.. Toledo. O.
Fold t.y I n
Take Hull's l uuilly 1'lUa for conatlpalloA.
With one impulse the colonies sprung
to arms; with one spirit they ple.i|<r,i
themselves to each other "to oe ready"
lor the extreme "event"; with one nc-
cord and heart the continent cried,
Liberty or Death."—George Bancroft.
K)R SALE Some fine fresh
cows.—Owl Drug Co.
\V ill Nash is having his iesi-
lcr.ee painted white this w e .
C'. VV. Sawyer made a flying
business trip to Chandler Tues-
The bloody encounter at Lexington
In 1775 tired the bio "I c : th , ;111i• >
und fll! ■ 1 them
L:ttie Miss Challie Gtoom has
j In1 -il quite sick for the past week
I or two.
SANTA Fi: TIME TABLE;
ill Local freight 11:05 a.
-108 Pas •:ig;«r 2:03 p. m.
4:07 Passenger 1:30 p. m.
453 Local fivight 2:55 p. n
Germicide Ointment will cure
FRISCO TIME TABLE:
413 Governor at 5:06 a. m.
407 Okla. Limited at 2:4G p. m.
417 Okla. Special at 8:20 p. in.
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 Metebr 8:29 p. in.
SPRAINS AH j STRAINS RELIEVED
Sloan's Liniment quickly takes the
pain out of strains, sprains, bruises
and all mn-c'i wvn ;•*. A clean.clear
liquid easily applied, it quicklv pene-
trates without rubbing. Sloan's Lini-
ment does not ctain tfae tkln or clog
SM pores like muuj plasUrt or oint-
ments. For chronic rheumatic aches
and pains, neurilgia, gout and lumbago
have this well-known remedy handy.
For the pains of grippe and following
strenuous work, it give* quick relief.
At all druggie c;.,
The rains the past week have
sure been fine for our gardens.
CLEAR YOUR SKIN IN CPRINS
Spring hoiiM1 doming means clean-
ing inside and outsidr Dull pimply
skin is an aftermath of winter inactivi-
ty. Flush your intestines with h mild
laxative and clean out the accumulated
wastes, easy to take. Uw\ do rot gripe.
Dr. King's New Life Pills will clear
your complexion and brighten your
eye. Try Dr. lung's New Life I'iUs
tonight and throw olf the sluggish
winter shell. At druggist?, 25c.
$ Landis Bros.
5 E u
Stylish Hair Cuts
• • All kinds of good tonics and!
|) guarantei d dandruff ramedj
n • Laundry goes ever/ other
with burning de-
sire to do .some
heroic deed iu de-
fense of the col-
n I e s. Word
reached C o 1.
Ethan Allen to
raise the Green
boys and If possi-
ble surprise and
take the fortress
o f Ticonderoga.
Eager for such
exploit ho rallied CIIU of the valiant
mountain boys and on the ninth day of
May, 1775, succeeded in getting a few
boats and transported 8:5 men acrosp
tin' lake, and sent the boats back for
I he rest of the men. But day now be-
rm to dawn and Colonel Allen real-
ized that If the attempt against the
fort were to succeed he and his daring
expedition must act at once.
Nothing daunted by the fact that
their force was so few, and making up
In patriotic devotion what they lacked
in numbers. Colonel Allen called for
volunteers for the perilous venture.
"I do not urge any to enter on tills
enterprise contrary to his will, Inas-
much as It Is a desperate attempt,
which none but the bravest of men
dare undertake," cried Colonel Al-
len. "You that will undertake volun-
tarily, poise your firelock." Every
man poised Ills flrelock.
He Immediately formed them Into
line and at their head advanced on
the gate of the fortress. The sentrj
Minpped his fuse at the colonel and
then retreated to the parade within
the garrison. Allen and Ills men
quickly followed and formed in the
parade. The garrison was asleep- all
but the sentries who did not fully
sense what was transpiring. Allen
and his men gave three huzzas, nnd
on-' of the sentries made a pass at one
of the men with a charged bayonet
and slightly wounded him.
Allen was about fo run him through
with Ills sword but thought better of
it and only slightly wounded him on
the head whereon lie dropped his gun
and begged for quarter. This grunt-
I he showed Colonel Allen the ofll-
eers' quarters whither the Intrepid
commander rushed and compelled the
commander, Captain Delaplace, to
comb forth nnd deliver over the en-
tire garrison on threat of putting the
entire force to the sword.
"Ry what authority?" demanded
"In the name of the Great Jehovah
and the Continental Congrc ." thun-
dered Allen, as he raised his sword
over Delapiace's head. In the mean-
time tin1 Green Mountain buys luid not
been Idle but had beaten down the
barracks' doors nnd had about a third
of the garrison prisoners. With stut-
tered expostulation the commander
forthwith submitted and the fort was
completely In the hands of c 1 mel Al-
len, who In his own account of the ex-
"The stm eceiued to rise • morn-
ing with a superior luster, and Tlcon
deroga and Its ik'pemlencIcK sialic 1
on its conquerors."
COURTLAND M. FEUQUAY
Miss Mattie Baugus
first of the week with
The Nazarene church is prepar-
| my to get folding chairs for
their dandy choir.
Roy Harrison went to Stillwat-
er Monday to begin the summer
term at the A. & M. College.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Argabright
and Kathryn motored to Bristow
in their Dodge Tuesday of this
Miss Nelle Hall arrived from
Stillwater last Friday, after com-
pleting a year's course in the A.
& 1.1. College.
Rev. .lames Cage went to
Hominy where he filled his regu-
lar appointments at the Chris-
tian church Sunday.
Buy a Liberty Loan Bond.
Oliver M. Ingenthron was in
Prague Wednesday of this week.
Miss Bettia Scott was visiting
Mrs. U. E. Nickell the first of the
Mrs. John Landis was visiting
the first of the weeK with her
parents iu Perkins.
Vi . A. P.ice aud family Forded
to StrouTl, Kendrick and theii
trin Wednesday of th; -.vjek.
The Lnion Sunday Schcol will
meet at the Methodist church
next Sunday. Everyone is ex-
Our genial town clerk, Wm. F.
Hamm, tells us that he had new
potatoes over a week ago. Goin'
some, isn't it?
worth of a separator depends very largely upon its bowl,
separator bov.l must be scientifically designed, properly
constructed and perfectly balanced or it will not only lose
some cream to begin with, but will soon get out of balance and
lose a great deal more cream, besides wearing out the bearings
and gears in a short time. TliaK is why the average life cf a
cheap separator is only two or three years.
The fcoT/l of the NEW De Laval
The now De Laval bcv.i is so constructed and so balanced upon
its detached spindle that it will run true and do perfect work even
after the machine has baen in use for a long tine.
The De Laval bowl has always been noted for its close skim-
ming under all conditions, but the new . i .
De Laval patente d milk-distributing de-
vice, together with the larger discs,
makes the new De Laval bowl an even
closer skimmer than the o'.d one and
gives cons:! ra'o.y greater capacity into
The new De I aval bowl has bscn call-
ed by peo 'lo who ot:;;ht to hnow, "the
greatest improv .r.ent in cre-in separator
construct:;, i in the iast thirty years."
Come i i ;.nd see one of the new ma-
chines. We'll bo glad to explain it to
you in all its details,'and we know you
will bo interested in examining the new
bowl, the bell speed-indicator, and the
many other improvements.
Cross-section of Dew bowl.
Kh 'A-iiii* new method or
distributing milk between
I IIIW ■■■■ ■!! ■ ■ II
KIULTHE COUGH 1
Mrs. Winnie Perkins returned
to her home hef'e one day last
week. She has been teaching
school at Purcell.
We wish the persons who have
hooks borrowed from the Tryon
Bros. Library would please re
turn same at once.
Mrs. Adams and Mrs. Olson
went to I) tmright yesterday
afternoon tc .spand Ihe remainder
of the wcelc \v;lh Mrs. W. A. Loy.
Miss Vivian Noyes, who has
been teaching schotd at Chicka-
sha, visited with .lark Nunn be-
tween trains Monday of this
Ralph Nash returned home
from Ft. Sill Tuesday evening.
He will take the examination for j
the Officer's Reserve at Ft.Logan
Roots in Arkansas soma time
next month. 1
E. B. Moore is recovering front
the scalp wound and black eye
received by falling plaster. He
is having the old plaster removed.
John Garibaldi, who went to
Quay last week to take charge of
a hotel, spent Sunday with his
wife at this place, returning
The Baptist people of this place
are planning some kind of an en-
tertainment to be staged m the
I near future to raise funds to pay
on their new chapel organ bought
a couple of months ago.
BAD COUGH? FEVERISH? GRIPPY?
H Se 50* iisi.oo j
IAN0 All THROAT AND LUHG TROUBLES I
) Gl/AffANTEED SAT'oFACTOfiY 4
MONEY R£FUWn£D. JJ
CHANDLER ROUTE SIX
By Special Correspondent.
Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Baird and
W. D. jr. motored to Edmond
Monday in their Dodge to enter
the boy as a student in the Cent-
ral State Normal for the summer
term. He will thus make a half
year's credit in his college course.
You need Dr. King's New Discovery
to stop that cold, the soothing balsam
ingredients heal the irritated mem-
branes, soothe the sore throat, the
antiseptic qualities kill the germ and
your cold is quickly relieved Dr.
King's New Discovery has for 48 years
been the standard remedy for coughs
and colds in thousands of homes. Get
a bottle today and have it handy in
your medicine chest for coughs, colds,
croup, grippe and all bronchial affec-
tions. At your druggist, 50c
lf' VOtf uvtiu IN NEW YORK OR CHICAGO- I
x ou would have access to some of the
greatest Banks in the world;
but you would not get the attention nor
the interest in your welfare that vou
receive at this Bank. x
DAVENPORT STATE BANK, Davenport, Okla
O. D. Ghoom, President
u; R M- Arqabright, Cashier
W^A. ( HA8TA1N, AfcJSlrtTANT CAHHIKH
The New Era Office
when you get ready
for that next job of
P R I X T I X (i
' '*s liwrfVblfcR VW-MTTOMT
Some users of printing save pennies by getting
inferior work and lose dollars through
lack of advertising value in the
work they get. Printers
as a rule charge very reasonable
prices, for none of them get rich although
nearly all of them work hard. Get good printing.
THE DAVENPORT NEW ERA
We have certainly appreciated
the rains received lately.
Misses Flossie Sutt and Marie 1
Conoly spent Saturday night and!
Sunday with Misses Maude and
Mesdames Betremieux and Bell j
spent Saturday with Mrs. Sawyer j
Miss Celeste Betremieux left;
Sunday for Edmond, where she
will attend the normal this sum- J
Mrs. C. 0. Johnson is on the
sick list at this writing, but we
hope she will soon recover.
A few from this vicinity at-j
tended the Memorial services at!
Mr. Bolerjack had the misfor-
tune of losing one of his fine
Miss Ora Melson spent Sunday
evening with Floy Bridge.
Mrs. Edd Davis is on the sick
Mr. and Nirs. Earl Tislow spent
Sunday at the Bridge home.
Mr. and M; s. Waller Conrad
entertained the League last Wed-
nesday night. About 45 were
present and all had a good time.
Miss Gladys Conrad spent last
week with her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Feemster.
I am prepared to drill you a
new well, ream out your
small wells for large casing,
or any work necessary to
make you a good well. Pull-
ing_casing a specialty. Phone
551 on 10, or write me.
W. L. CLARK
I still have my well drill and
will drill anywhere. Satis-
faction always guaranteed.
Concrete casing put in if so
Phone 55 on 8, Davenport
F. M. STOCKWELL
DRS. LOUWEIN & HANSEN
Rooms 1, 2 and 3 Feuquay
* DR. W. D. BAIRD
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.
Buy a Liberty Loan Bond.
•- ^ r
STOP LEFT-OVER COUGHS
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey will stop
that hacking cough that lingers from
lanuary. The Boothing pine balsams
loosen the phlegm, heal the irritated
membranes, the glycerine relieves the
tender tissues, you breathe easier and
coughing ceases. Don't neglect a lin-
gering cough, it is dangerous. Dr.
Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey is antiseptic
and pleasant to take, benefits young
and old, get it at your druggist today.
Formula on bottle. 25c.
CimutNio in SHAWNEE. OKLA., Scvcn yca .
05-. maim OVC1 H<CA(V P.«CN£t!3
"t of --th 55.00; Upper and Lower, both $10.0«
Very Beit Set of Teeth Made $8 00: Upper an.
wr. both ol Ihe Beit Teeth. $16.00
cr i'tiling* a
ALL WO*K GL'ARANTCED
DO YOU KNOW THIS?
That money is haVd to get, and that every thing
you want and need is high, but I can make that
dollar spend as much or more. Fresh and cured
meats and all the groceries you can carry. ;
W. A. TRUMBO PHONE 35
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