The Davenport New Era (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 14, 1917 Page: 4 of 4

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WE ARE PREPARED
To give ou quick and better service than any other coi
ern in the
/ soutliwest in the way of
Manulacturirtg .Jewelry Diamond Sctthifl
WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING
THE DAVENPORT NEW ERA
"YE LITTLE OLE HOME I'APER"
Entered as second class mail ma'ter at the post ollice at Davenport, Okla-
homa according to act of Congress of March 3rd, IH7U.
We have a fully equipped factory with ull the latest machim ; and
skilled workmen and we can give you quick service.
We Do Our Own Manulactiirinij
If you have some ^o)d you want made into something el. o, wc will
use the same gold you bring in. Let us show you.
A. Y. Boswell Co.
W. M. TRYON, Editor.
Office Phone no. 10.
Mrs. M. A. HUMPHREY, Publisher
$1.00 A YEAR.
Residence I hone 49
DAVENPORT
bell tli© Champion Cream Saver

-the h
123 South Main St.
Tulsa. Oklahoma
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Friendly Interest
IF YOU LIVED IN NKW YORK yli fli I« ;i >
—You 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 you
receive at this Bank.
DAVENPORT STATE BANK, Davenport, Okla.
o. d. Groom, Prmidbnt r. m. Amabbioht. Cashier
w. a. Chastain. Assistant Cashieii
YE EDITOR GOT HURT
Last Friday morning when
cranking out' gasoline engine,
our hand slipped off of the crank
just as the engine started. The
crank spun around 011 th" shaft,
and tefoie we had time to stop
the engine, the crank lle.v off
striking lis on the left foot. The
result is a badly fractured ankle,
and we are painfully hobbling
hobbling around on crutches, so
if the New Era is not "up to the
snuff," ycu will know why.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
With LOCAI. APPLICATIONS, U they
cannot rt • ";t
tarrh in n blood or couulituti- rial disease,
atul in ixdel to < ur« l( )ou n it t lk« In-
ternal remedlt v Hall'H Cut nrli Cure is
taken intornalh. and acts <!.• tiy upon
the blood and mucous surface Hall'v
Catarrh Cure Is nut n <;u.\ ju--.lieiiw It
was prest rll «'d \ ou> «.f tho I ;t phy-
sician* In this oiintiv ••urn and If
" nwulir pr< rli in it Is compos d of
the best fonh s Known, conihlncil with the
best blood piirlfh rs, netlnjc directly on the
mucous surfac e The p u t oomulna-
tlon i f tii • two Ingredients is what pro-
duces such wonderful j • ;nltM in curing
"atarrh. Heiul f« r testlmnnlalr. free.
l*\ J CHENEY & CO.. Pi ps , Toledo O.
Hold by PruffKla'n I'll • 7f"\
Tak* Mail 1 Family 1*11 la for constipation.
CHANDLEI1 ROUTE SIX
By Special Correspond
Miss Maude Melson and Messrs.
Allie Alford and Chester Evans
took Sunday supper with Flossie
Sutt and attended League at
Stone.
Miss Gertrude Rounsavell spent
Coming Back
To Chandler, Oklahoma
UNITED DOCTORS SPECIALIST
Will Ajjaln Be At The
EGBERl HOTEL
Salurday, June 30, 1917.
ONE HAY O.MLY
Hours 9 a. in. to 9 p. m.
Remarkable Success of These Tal-
ented Physicians in the Treat-
ment of Chronic Diseases
DAVENPORT WINS BASE BALL GAME
Offer Their Services Free of Charg<
The United Doctor', licensed by the
State of Oklahoma for 'he treatment
of deformities and all nervous and
chronic diseases of men. women and
children, offer to all who ca'l on this
trip, consultation, examination, advice
free, making m charge whatever, ex-
cept the actual cist of treatment. All
that is asked in returi for these valu-
able services is that everv person
treated will static the result obtained
COURTLAND M. FEUQUAV
Lawyer
rr.UQUAY BUILDING
CHANDLER, OKLAHOMA
]
Saturday night and Sunday with to their friendt an! thua prove t<> the
Miss Marie Falkinstien. j xick and afflicted in every city and lo-
I ca'ity, lliat at last treatments have
Miss Bessie Bell spoilt Saturday
i been discovered that are reasonably
Landls Bros.
Barbers
Easy Shaves
Stylish Hair Cuts
Massages 3.
Shampoos T
All kinds of good tonic ant! -j.
7 guaranteed dandruff remedy T
I Laundry goes every other 3.
$ week- Ijl
night and Sunday with Ooldie ,ui.e and eertain in their etrect,
'mel. These doctors are among America's
Mr. and Ml . ( . S. Mitchell and leading stonnih and nerve specialists
children spent Sunday at the H,'e experts in the treatment of
Sleek home chronic diseases and SO groat and won-
„ . derful have been their results that in
Miss Erma Rounsavell spent ,, . . .. . , .. ,. ..
many cases It is hard to find the divid-
Wednesday &lt6lI100n \ ttli Lva, jng ijne between skill and miracle.
Bell. Diseases of the stomach. intestines,
Sam Slack is visiting with his llver- blood, skin, nerves, heart, spleen,
uncle C W Slack kidneys, or bladder, rheumatism. Bci-
Mr.' and'Mrs."Arthur Mears fea\diabotM' baf^ettir,t tapeworm
, . . . _ , ... log ulcers, weak lun^s and those af-
and daughter, Dorothy May, Miss ,licM w longstanding, deep-seated
Jessie Slack, Mrs. Lynges and chronic d <eise3 that have baffled the
Sam Slack motored to Stroud "ki'1 "f ti, I ,'a-nily physicians, Bhould
Sunday evening. not fail t« ■ ill. Deafness often has
tr 1 , .. , , i been cured in six'y days.
Herbert Sutt is chopping cot- . ,
, . , ,, ,, Accordlnz to tlu'.r ,-vstem no more
ton tor his uncle near t Handler. | opeations r„r app > idicitis, gall stones,
Mr. and Mrs.* A. A. Mascho and V"11 '"J* '■. ®tc-, as these
, ,, ,, ! s-isn are tri?a ed without operation
children.of Chandler >; ent Sun- ,,r hyi "dermic injection.
day at the Blgwell ll ;tlie. Till \ were a-oonar th ' first in Amor-
Mrs. Anatole Betremieur; spent I ^JTU'y wuFtE
Saturday with her mother in kmte, with blood and with all pain in
Ph'infllpi' 1 he successful treatment of these dan-
onanuiei. serous diseases.
1 f you have kidney or bladder trou-
Callers are numerous at the .1. t,le* h:intf ,wn (!linca, of your
. urine for chemical analysis and micro-
ii. Colvin fruit fann just now. acopic examination.
No matter what your ailment may
bo, no matter wh^t oihers may have
1 11 it, , told you, no matter what experience
day ni^lit arid > unJa> morning vou may |iave had with other physi-
and night at the Nazarene church. < iHns' it will be to your advantage to
fee them at once. Have it foraver set-
CROUP. WHOOPING COUGH RELIEVED curable they will give you such advice
11s may relieve and stay the disease, j
Children's disea.-t s demard pit pared- ''" not put off this duty you owe your-
ness When the child wakt - you at spl|. ,lr 'fiends or relatives who are
night. gasping ai d strangling for ""'lering because of your sickness, as
tireath, how thankful \ "ii are to have :1 V18|t at this lime nny help you.
Dr. Hell's Pine-Tar-Honey i t hand. Worn-out and run-down men or wo
This effective remedy iuosetis the men, no matter what your ailment,
mucous and permits fn-e and natural consult them. It coits you nothing,
breathing. Its soothing balsams heal Remember this free offer is for this
the irritated membrane and arrests :.i(. «
further inflammation. Pleasant to take
Keep Dr. Hell's Pine-Tar-Hoi., y in the Married ladies come with their hus- |
house for all colds and bronchial troub- l ands and minors with their parents. |
laboratories. Milwaukee, Wis.
In the base base bill game
between Davenport and Stone on
the home diamond last Sunday
afternoon, otir bc^-s came out
victorious with the final score
standing eighteen to_six in their
favor,
The same teams will cross bats
again I e e Sunday.
The boys of Davenport have
gotten up a pretty good team
this year and are continually
increasing its efficiency with
I regular practice under the effic-
i ient management of "Dick"
Argabright. The new diamond
in Irvin's pasture just north of
town has been "skinned" off and
with a little more work will be
an ideal ball park.
While speaking of patriotism
all who admire our national
game should encourage the boys
with their presence and cash. *
THE EVILS OF CONSTIPATION
Constipation is one of thp main reas-
ons why the average human life is be-
low 40 years. Leaving waste material
in the body, poisons the sys'em and
blood and makes us liable to sick head-
aches, biliousness, nervousness and
muddy skin. When you note these
svmptoms, try Ur King's New Life
Pills. They give prompt relief, are
mild, non-griping in action, add tone to
your system and clear the complexion.
At your druggist, 25c.
JUST FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS
Rev. Bolerjack preached Satur-
For good country mixed scrap
iron not skinned of cast or wrot
irons, and free from hoops, shov-
els, gasoline stoves, cut or un-
cut boilers, steel ranges and
sheet and galvanized iron, prompt
acceptance, shipment to be made
within the next thirty days. .'30c
per hundred for iron, and 40c for
clean bones.—W. A. Trumbo.
THERE is no machine made in which 1. u • *■
vitally important than it is in a cream ieparator .TI 'S T®
that is not properly oiled will turn hard and wet out
holM^wi°hda^^^\^-^aiT1wa^<uimt?sfactoryrfo^'the number °f
XnS enough" ^ a"d
The NEW De Laval is
automatically oiled
Tpu don't hare to fuss around c NEW Do Lay.il
with a squirt-can Sirnplv keep the sit?ht-fcc«l lubri-
cator ontop tilled with «.il and the automatic oiling
SU>!e ''V,0I7 ^'!,r ;,nd hoilling in tho
oifaVall tlmrS* amount of fresh, clean
oo™lG .aut0,T"fttic o/Hng system saves time and
sa\es trouble, makes the machine run easier
and adds years to its life.
. T.^® Pe T^1avla! system has been prent-
! p «ve y t,ie addition in the NEW I e
fmJ lh° an nutomatieally oiled neck bearing
and the consequent eliminiitioa of the tube
ant part y 0arrIcd ' " ' ' <!'!s mo3t import-
never born 1 cream separator thnt
De Laval 80 mday jml''" --entfl as the NEW
Tho nnv s If-cfntorln,- bowl with Its im-
proved niilk-distrihutitu d.vici', r.ul th.. i,.ll
speed-lndirntor which Insures nperatlun :.t th.
5i °nf«r ' '.ar<" two Improve-
mcnts that ha\« c\-or beoa made iu croaia
separator constructloa.
Come In and see the NEW Do Laval.
WHERE TO ENLIST
On registration day we heard
a man remark that he would be
willing to volunteer, but he did-
n't like to be drafted. For. .the
benefit of this man, whom wt? do
not know, and any others in the
same boat, we print the following
list ot places where volunteers
may enlist in the various depart-
ments of the military service. -All
of the places bilovv are in
Oklahoma City but if you want
to enlist you can see your post-
master about transportation. By
recent orders there's room in Co.
B of Chandler for 50 more men,
Now is your time to volunteer.
Oklahoma National Guard-
Adjutant general's office,. 15
West Grand avenue.
United States Army—16 West
Main street.
United States Navy— 201 Cul-
bertson building, Grand Ave.
and Bqpadway.
United States Marine Corps-
See Postmaster Weaver at the
federal building.
Red Cross— Chamber of Com-
merce building, 325i West Main
street.
Buy a Liberty Loan Bond.
FRISCO TIME TABLE:
Brighten Up the
Place!
Paint your house, barn,
sheds and fences. Sweep
out the trash and burn it.
Put in some flower beds
and plant a few vines and
bushes. Make your place
look like something.
You Know of Coarse
that paint is the best known
preservative of wood and
metal. So if you're prudent
vou will use plenty of paint
both inside and outside
your house this spring.
\V e sell the best paints,
oils, varnishes,and floor
dressings in town—and
We Guarantee Satisfactioc
MAPS
Big pocket map 20x27 inches,
showing Congressional Districts,
Electric Lines, and Principal Auto
Roads.
Publisher's price of map 25c,
As an advertising feature we will
for three red stamps, send one of
these maps to anyone answering
this ad.
Capital City Business College,
Oklahoma City and Guthrie.
SANTA FE TIME TABLE:
Buy a Liberty Loan Bond.
Going West:
4i;> Governor at 5:06 a. m.
407 Okla. Limited at 2:46 p. m.
417 Okla. Special at 8:20 p. m.
Going East: •
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-
Buy a Liberty Loan Bond.
Germicide Ointment will cure
anything.—Herman Stallcop.
Going North:
454 Local freight 11:05 a. ni-
408 Passenger 2:t'3 p, m,
Going South:
4:07 Passenger 1:36 p, m,
453 Local freight 2:55 p. in,
Mr. iind Mrs. E. E. Spougle of
Chandler were guests at the
Lewis home Sunday.
Hazel Stallcop returned Sun-
day after a three week's visit
with relatives at Agra,
Floyd Perrin arrived Tuesday
from Perkins to spend the re-
mainder of the week with his
sister, Mrs. John Lantiis.
SLOAN'S LINIMENT FOR RHEUMATISM
The pain goes so quickly after y u !
apply Slaan's Liniment for rheumatic j
pains, neurslgm. toothache, lumbago, ]
sprain*, and it's fo easy to use it
quickly penetrates and soothes without
rubbing ai d is far cleaner and more
effective than mussy plasters or oint-
ments Keep a bottle in the house and
get prompt relief, not only from all
nerve-pains but from brul i , st-a ns,
sprains, over-e.\ereisc and (ill OKUriUU
aches. At your druggist, fide ar.d
II.UO.
T. L. Lewis and H. E. Stallcop
have finished the repair work at
the R. C. Jones Co. gin here this
week and are now ready for the
ginning season.
AND CU J?STHFiy
if 50* 1.00
TRIAL BOlUE FREE
Shovt Inr automatic oiling
of NEW l>e Laval,
WELL DRILLING
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
Stroud, Oklahoma
WELL DRILLING
I still have my well drill and
will drill anywhere. Satis-
faction always guaranteed.
Concrete casing put in if so
desired.
Phone 55 on 8, Davenport
F. M. STOCKWELL
DRS. LOUWEIN & HANSEN
Dentists
Rooms 1, 2 and 3 Feutiuay
Building.
Chandler, Oklahoma
DR. W. D. BAIRD
Physician ^nd Surgeon
Special attention to diseases
of women and children.
Phones: Res. 4; Office 6
OBY OLSON
DRAY
Baggage hauled to or from
either depot promptly and
carefully.
We are ready now.
IIMIIMIII 'i| ^ I I |i IHIBW
COLLAR'S
UNDERTAKING
LICENSED EMHALMER
I'HONE 70
Chandler Okla.
QXOX^
DENTAL PARLOR3
£st■ BLisHcd ih SHAWNEE. OKLA.. StvtN Yc .
C,: H"" OVM*.e*« "0. P.*CNC Its
Cj jld Crc wn /f* « /s ••
orctlaio Crown C/E v C
Work «P^ l°
of rcoth *5 00; Upper and Low^r, both $10 0«
T > °« LTl'£,h Madf °0 . Upper a,i«
, I pTj| °' ,hc Beel $16 00
AWDALLTHnOAT AMD LUNG TROUBLES
'GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY'
<?/? MON£V Rt~ru/VOED.
nr.g
icling
SOc
*UL WORN OUAHANt.eo
PA NLESS PKTPACTIPK
.g. ma... ,
NEVER NEGLECT A COLD
H. ROGERS LUMBER CO.
uport, Oklahoma
DO YOU KNOW THIS?
I
A chill after bathing, cooling off sud-
denly after exercise and drafts, give
the cold perms a foot-hold that may
lend to something worse. Safety re-1
quires early .treatment. Jieep Dr
King's New Discovery on hand. This !
pleasant bal un remedy allays inflam-
mation, saothes the cough and repairs
'he tissue^ " 'tter be safe than sorry,
bleak up tin >!d with Dr. K.ii«'« New
Discovery ! f 3 It- is too lat«. At
i'our druggltt, :oc, $1.00,
I hat money is liard 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. ; —j
W. A. TRUMBO PHONE 35

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