The Davenport New Era (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 14, 1917 Page: 1 of 4
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Ye Little Ole Home Paper"
ONE OF OUR MANY FINE CHURCHES
DAVENPORT, LINCOLN COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1917"
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KEEP ON BUILDING
ONE OF DAVENPORT'S COTTON GINS
Chancer sends out flaring invitations to trade in
Chandler. Stroud comes out with a long list of live
firms to be patronized! Now look what Davenport has
to offer. "Be it ever so humble, there's no place like
home." Buy it in Davenport!
A $10,000.00 school building, complete high school course
One bank, capital $12,000.00
Two drug stores, competent pharmacists
One hardware store, complete line
One good all-round lumber yard, builders' hardware
Six clean and up-to-date grocery stores
tour dry goods stores
Two meat markets
Two hotels, good service, reasonable rates
Three good clean restaurants
Three nice cool soda.fountains
One up-to-the-minute barber simp, two barbers
One shoe and repair shop
One tanning and harness shop
1 wo blacksmith shops, three busy blacksmiths
One feed store
I wo railroads, Santa Fo north, south, Frisco east, west
Three cotton gins, ready for business this fall
One telephone exchrnge, obliging operators
Six churches, a big union Sunday School
A dandy dray line, baggage hauled (juickly and carefully
One bus line, meets all trains
Iwo auto livery lines, courteous drivers
One grist mill, good old-fashioned, homemade meal
1 wo garages, experienced and competent mechanics
One printing establishment, no job too big or too little
A post office, of course
A twelve-piece brass band, a booster right
An orchestra that is a dandy
A ripping good baseball team that's hard to beat
Three ohysicians and surgeons
One real estate dealer
An ice man in the good old summer time
Two pool halls and amusement parlors
More cement sidewalks than any town its size
Natural gas for light and heat
More automobiles and Fords than most any place
Surrounded by the best farming section in Oklahoma
About that improvement you are planning—
Why not go ahead with it?
Every reason in the world says you should.
At no period m our history have we been so sure of the future,
lie eastern world's stomach is feeling the pinch of hunger, and its
demands on the products of America's broad acres and American
industries are growing with every passing hour. A great market
is opening wider and wider. Honest and fair profits in all lines of
legitimate effort are certain.
1 here should be no curtailment in building and road construc-
tion. Let both public and private useful construction proceed.
i oduction and handling of building materials and public and pri-
vate construction work are fundamental industries of the country.
Any tendency to suspend or postpone building projects is inconsist-
ent with maintaining our prosperity. The country is prosperous.
Building investors should not hesitate to go ahead with their plans.
Railroads should spare no effort to supply the building industry
with the cars needed to transport materials. Government state
county and municipal authorities should encourage the continuance
of all kinds of building. Road and street improvements in particu
should no on unabated. Bad roads anil streets are factors of
first importance in the present high cost of foodstuffs. Never be-
fore was the improvement of highways so essential.
The lumber, brick, cement, lime, sand, gravel, stone and other
building materials industries are basic. Neither Government regu-
lations nor railroad restrictions should be imposed unnecessarily to
interfere with them. If any action is taken which results in the
prostration of so fundamentally important industries, there is real
danger of a surplus of unemployed labor, a surplus of railroad cars
and a crippling of business that will seriously embarrass the Gov
ernment in financing Uie war.
Ilie right thing to do is to keep on building.
OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION AT
DAVENPORT, OKLAHOMA. JUNE 23-24, 1917
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SATURDAY NIGHT, 8 O'CLOCK
I '"vocation V//."E.~G. HazeTr'ieg
I Welcome Address ... 0. D. Groom
I Special Music
Rev. G. A. Heidrixon
Dr. B. F. Nickell
SUNDAY, 10 A. M.
IS Song Service
H "Superintendent's Relation to Sunday School
1§§ Song Service
* .1 Announcements
. 1. N. Hall
- -L. A. Morrison
MORE OLD TIMES IN DAVENPORT
THE EMBROIDERY CLUB
GET EXAMINED HERE
OLD TIMES IN DAVENPORT
Mrs. W. A. Trumbo was hostess
for the Embroidery Club Wed-
nesday, .June G. Owing to in-
disposition of some of the mem-
bers only a few were present.
No business of importance was
discussed. The hostess, assisted
by her daughter, Miss Bertha
Irumbo, served delicious re-
| freshments at the usual houi
Mrs. Woodruff will be the next
Mr. and Mrs. R M. Argabright j
Dodged to Bristow Tuesday even-
ing, returning Wednesday.
Mrs. John Landis returned one
day last week from a visit in i
Perkins, and John is happy again.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Woodruff]
and Mr: and Mrs. F. A.
smith Dodged to Chandler and
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night of (his week.
Mis. A. B. Ferguson returned
I Sunday from Parkland, where
she has been the past three weeks
| looking after business and visit-
ing in !ier ok! home neighbor-
Mr. nd Mrs. L. C. Mitchell and
i little son of Stapleton, Neb., ac-
companied by Mrs. Mitchell's
sister, Miss Ella Codner of Gib-
bon. Neb., arrived in a Ford Sun-j
I day for a •, .sit at Bermuda Stock j
Any young man wishing to
join the Oklahoma National
Guard should go to Dr. U. E.
Nickell lor a physical examina-
tion. If you pass this examina-
tion, transportation will be furn-
ished you free to the nearest
recruiting office. We are in-
formed by the State Commission-
er of Health, Dr. John W. Duke,
tiiat Dr. Nickell lias volunteered
this service free of charge.
Rev. Cancellor will preach at
the Christian church Sunday
morning and night.
SUNDAY, 2:30 P. M.
g "Teacher's Training
§I| General Discussion
jj Children's Day
Mrs. H. B. Gillstrap j
C. C. Luman j
Joe C. Pringey j
Mrs. W. L. Broom j
SUNDAY NIGHT, 8 O'CLOCK
^ ; Special Music
gi Relation of Parents and Adults to S. S
= Missions in Our Sunday Schools..
|! Way to Victory
W. B. Logan
J. A. Embry
" SPECIAL INVITATION TO ALL SUNDAY SCHOOLS IN ■
THE COUNTY. EVERYBODY COME AND H
f: ASSIST IN MAKING THIS CON-
VENTION A SUCCESS
Ben Craig bought a Liberty
Loan Boncl Tuesday; a good ex-
ample for others who wish to
s'.ow tbsir patriotism.
Florian Langer, the small son
ot Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Langer of
Pryor, but formerly of this place, I
spent the past two weeks with!
Roy and Allen Cage here, re-
turning home Tuesday of thisi
Miss Bertha Trumbo went to
Shawnee Sunday to see a special-
ist about her eyes. She was ac-
companied by Mrs. Trumbo, Miss
Ada Nickell and Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Messersmith. They went in
Messersmith's Dodge, took a
basket dinner with them, made ;i1
picnic out of the trip and had a I
jolly good time.
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GIaD TIME." IN DAVENPORT
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Tryon, W. M. The Davenport New Era (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 14, 1917, newspaper, June 14, 1917; Davenport, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109422/m1/1/: accessed February 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.