The Daily New Era (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 7, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 8, 1917 Page: 2 of 4
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The Davenport New Era
Fi£S and Thistles .
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SATURDAY, SEPT. 8, 1917
W. M. TRYON, Editor, Publisher
T. PEAK, Associate Editor
—You can't tell how much a
horse can pull by looking at him.
Take Scottie. for instance-not
much of a looker, but an awful
—It appears to me that too
many preachers depend too much
on collections and not half enough
on the Lord. . 1
—Plenty of men ask a blessing
on their eats, who would not dare
to do the same on their votes.
—If some women were to tall
heir to a hundred dollars they
would put it all in a bonnet.
—Every hypocrite in the
church has a dozen outsiders hid-
ing behind him.
—If the Devil ever takes off his
hat to any man it is to the hypo
C —Call the Devil by his right
name and there are men in every
crowd who will claim that you
have insulted them.
our rash^tore^Thte^not a cu^price^le^but^the prevailing
prices on our new stock of goods for cash only.
..10c "—' 1
Laundry Soap b f°r 25c
Quart Fruit Jars 70c
Everything in Queensware line
Shoes $2.00 to $6.50
Overalls 65c to $1.40
Pants —$2.50 to $4.50
Men's new Suits
Hosiery -10c ° £
Shirts-- -$1-00 to$l1-.25
new uramiewHic Nice line of new Neck Ties
T. W. Nunn's Cash Store
Nice line of Cookies and Cakes
Peaberry Coffee.—- 25c
Lewis Brand Coffee -
Nicest line of Candies in town
Best syrup in town 85c gal.
Nice line of Canned P^erves
Fresh line of Spices and Cloves
Fine line of new Gramteware
a„ KE?~ wlioles^ale'house^ gives us
better prices. T BELps voi;.
Standard goods maintain their reputation by keep.ng up
quality. THAT'S YOUR PROTECTION!
B. H. CHRISTY ,
First Pick Swifts
Peters Shoes p Jewel
BHB Dry Goods Groceries Compound
Another load of cotton came to
town this morning.
The Bristow Record has this to
say of our daily edition:
The Davenport New Era came
out in the form of a daily last
Saturday and will be maintained
as such during the continuance | Abe Tryon went to Wellston
of the Scottie meetings which are j the Govern0r this morning.
SorS Ralph NashlT^n town again
w x Peake of Sparks, a biother (today-
in-law of Rev. W. L. Broome of
ICV • " —
this city. The object of the dady
is declared to be to put Daven-
port on the map. advertise her
business men and keep people
posted on the progress of the
Scottie meeting. It is well print-
ed and seems to be fulfilling
object for which it was started.
Watch me reduce the price on
flour. 1 am sure going to reduce
the cost of living. Oliver M.
Ingenthron, The Cash Store.
Jim Pryor, who is superinten-
dent of a cotton gin at Stewart,
arrived on today's local for a
short visit with his sister, Mrs.
Try a Want Ad if you have any
thing to sell or want to buy any
Lexington Salyer has accepted
a position in a baggage station at
Drumright and intends to go
there soon to begin his duties.
Chalmer and Irving Nunn went
to Chickasha in their Ford Thurs-
day on a business trip.
We still get 50c for chill tonics.
Others get 60c.-Qwl Drug Co.
A want ad in the Daily New
Era will sure do the work.
1 Matthew six-thirty-three.
Hardware versus Hard Wear
Hardware i. one eo—y that is of M. vatue only to
the extent of the underlying QUALIT ,.
We realize .bi. truth and have filled «.■
Space with first Krade merchand.se AT PRIObb
Robertson Hdw. Co.
!; "SATISFACTORY STORE" 1
Suits and Trousers Made to Measure
* OWL DRUG COMPANY
General Drug Store
The Nyal Line Germicide Ointment .
E. B. Moore, Pharmacist
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Tryon, W. M. The Daily New Era (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 7, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 8, 1917, newspaper, September 8, 1917; Davenport, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109440/m1/2/?rotate=0: accessed January 17, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.