The New Era (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 26, 1911 Page: 4 of 8

Published Thursdays
Entered as second class mail matter
at the post office at Davenport, Okla.,
according to act of Congress of March
3rd, 1879.
THIS paper represented for foreign
advertising by the
BRANCHES IN all the principal cities
Daggett Neighborhood
Mrs. R- P.. Martin is slowly
recovering from her illness, She
is able to sit up a part of the
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Miss Belle Slack returned to
her school duties at Mountain
View on Monday.
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Mr. Hall on the Martin place
who has been suffering with
sciatic rheumatism, is improv-
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School at Daggett is closed
temporarily on account of the
illness of the teacher, Miss Vola
brings danger, suffering -often death—
to thousands, who take colds, coughs
and lagrippe, that terror of wmier and
spring. Its danger signals are, stuffed
up nostrils, lower part of nose sore,
chills and fever, pain in back of head,
and a throat-gripping cough. When
grip attacks, as you value your life,
don't delay getting Dr. King's New
Discovery. "One bottle cure me,''
writes A. L. Dunn of Pine Valley,
Miss., "after being laid up three weeks
with grip." For sore lungs, hemorr-
hages. coughs, colds, whooping cough,
bronchitis, asthma, its cuprcme. 50c,
$1. Guaranteed be Clark Drug Co.
North Fox Items
It seems as though it has been
trying to rain.
B. Justice has moved to the
Milton farm.
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We understand that last Sat-
urday the directors of the Moun
tain View school notified all of
the scholars that there would be
be no school the coming Monday
on account of thinking there
was small pox in the neighbor-
hood and the following Sunday
they were notified there would
bo school. We think that the
cold wind from the north blew
the small pox off.
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The Rev. Mr. Goff has moved
on his farm.
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Mrs. Milten was out at the
farm a few days last week.
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Dry Creek, where are you go
ing to get the foundation for a
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Mrs. Mary Palmer who has
been visiting her son in law, J.
D. Smith, returned to her home
at Dewey. Her grand daughter
Miss Cloe accompanied her.
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Mrs. B. Justice is on the sick
Dry Creek Notes
Miss Bell Slack was able to
resume her duties in the school
this week at Mountain View.
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The small pox scare is gradu-
ally subsiding, there were some
families that were quite bad'y
frightened however it is hoped
that all will recover in due time.
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R. S. Sollars of Parkland was
looking after his interests in
this vicinity the first of the
If you would have a safe yet certain
Cough Remedy in the home, try Dr.
Shoop's—at least once. It is thorough-
ly unlike any other Cough preparation.
Its taste will be entirely new to you-
unless it is already your favorite Cough
Remedy. No opium, chloroform, or
any other stupefying ingredients are
used. The tender leaves of a harmless,
lung-healing mountainous shrub, give
to Dr. Shoop's Cough Remedy its
wonderful curative properties. It is
truly a most certain and trustworthy
prescription. Sole by E. B. Moore &
The Era wants more corres-
pondents over the county. We
will gladly furnish stationery
I and postage to those who will
volunteer to furnish the news of
their community.
The door of death seemed ready to
open for Murray W. Ayers, of Transit
Bridge, N. Y., when his life was won-
derfully saved. "I was in a dreadful
condition," he writes, "my skin was
almost yellow; eyes sunken; tongue
coated; emaciated from losing 40 lbs.,
growing weaker daily Virulent liver
trouble pulling me down to death in
spite of doctors. Then that matchless
medicine, Electric Bitters, cured me.
I regained the 40 lbs. lost and am now
well and strong." For all stomach,
liver and kidney troubles they're su-
rpeme. 50c at Clark Drug Co.
Florian J. Wiesner, aged 71
years, breathed his last. Wed
nesday night Jan. 25, at the
home of his daughter Mrs. A. J.
Langer of Davenport.
Deceased was a native of Boh-
emia, Austria, but came to Am
erica when a young man. He
served with a Wisconsin regi-
ment throughout the Civil war
and at its close located at West
Point Nebraska where he has
since resided. Mrs. Langer and
his only other daughter, ^'rs
I Emiel Heller were with him ai
his death. Tluee sons, constitut-
: ing the remainder of the immedi- I
ate family live at distant points
and could not be present.
The remains will lie taken to
I the late home for burial.
"Learn While You Earn"
Abraham Lincoln split rails
all day in the forest and then af-
ter his day's work was finished,
would walk five miles to borrow
a bojk to study and improve
himself. it is said of George
Washington that in answer to a
question of his mother as to why
he studied fo late at night, re-
plied that he was working out
the destiny of his country.
There are hundreds and thous-
ands of young people today who
are desirous of gaining a practi
cal education, but for one reason
or another they cannot leave
home to secure it, so they drag
along from one yedr to the next
iu the same old rut. Tere are
hundreds of others that are av-
ailing themselves of the oppor-
tunity offered by the correspon-
dence department of the Capital
City Business College, saving
their leisure moments and invest-
ing Hieni in an education that
will mean thousands of dollars
to them in the coming year.
You may say that you are not
able to take a course of short-
hand, bookkeeping, banking,
business arithmetic, etc., but
the person who can least afford
that is the one that needs it most
and should have it by all means
at any sacrifice, it don't cost
much. Write today for our ill-
ustrated catalogue outlining our
correspondece courses and let us
explain to yon how you may
take this work and then if you
drefer doing the finishing part
or your course by receiying per
sonal work in the school without
further cost you may do so.
Young man, why not take ad-
vantage of this opportunity that
is now presented and gain a
business education by using - our
moments that would otherwise
be wasted? Whvnot spend an
hour of the long winter evenings
after nightfall qualifying your
self with a knowledge of the
famous Byrne Simplified Short-
hand or Practical Bookkeeping
for which the business world
willpay you cash?
Fill out the following blank
and mail to the Correspond -nee
Dept., of Capital City Business
College, Guthrie, Okla.
Course Interested in
Real Bargains in Real Estate
Farms, ranches, and Davenport
property. Live trades. All
kinds of exchanges. We make
a specialty of farm loans, write
insurance and look after rentals.
Davenport Real Estate and Investment Co.
J. W. STALKER & Company
S. W. corner 1st and Broadway Phone No. 6
Call on me at
The City Meat Market
I Cao Serve you
With a good fresh clean stock of Meat and I
expect to sell as low as I can for cash only.
Come in and see and get prices
W. A. Truinbo
Succeed when everything else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they ore the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
it is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter.
Round Trip
Excursion Rates
To Points In
Alabama Cuba Florida
Georgia Louisiana
Mexico Mississippi
South Carolina Texas
On Sale
Nov, 1, '10 to April 30, '11
Mobile, Ala. 131.9i>
Jacksonville, Fla. Ui.'io
Key West 79.35
Sayannah, Ga , 43 95
New Orleans, La. 28 oO
Mexico City, Mex. 58.'25
Aberdeen, Miss. 2(i.(K)
Charleston, 8. C. 43.25
Corpus Christi, Tex 26.(10
Galveston, Tex. 21.95
Havana. Cuba 73.55
In spite of the fact that the
afternoon Frisco trains have
been ordered by the corporation
commission to stop at Davenport
and the order has been upheld
by the supreme'court, the two
trains continue to scoot through
town at full spee^.
In sickness, if a certain hidden nerve
goes wrong then the organ that this
nerve controls will certainly fail. It
may be a stomach nerve or it msy
have given strength and support to the
heart or kidneys. It was Dr. Shoop
that first pointed to this vital truth.
Dr. Shoop's Restorative was not made
to dose the stomach nor to temporarily
stimulate the heart or kidneys. The
old fashioned method is a'l wrong. Dr-
Shoop's Restorative goes directly to
these failing inside nerves. The re-
markable success of this prescription
demonstrates the wisdom of treating
the actual couse of these failing organs
And it is indeed easv to prove. A sim-
ple five to ten days trial will surely tell
Try it once and see. Sold by E. B.
Moore & Co.
You economize greatly when using
Dr. Shoop's new coffee substitute
known to first class grocers every
where as Dr Shoop's Health Coffee.
A 25c 1 1-2 pound packase gives 100
of a wonderfully satisfying table drink
Pure toasted grains, malt, nuts, etc.
give to Health Cofiee a wholesome and
satisfying taste and flavor. And there
is not a grain of real coffee in it. Be-
sides Health Coffee is "made in a min-
ute." No 20 to 80 minutes tedious
boiiing. Sold by E. B. Moore & Co.
Old papers for sale at the Era
office. Big bunch for Sc.
Physician and Surgeon
Office at Res. Phone No. 67.
Davenport, Okla,
Professional Cards
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Nash,
mother and father of Mrs. Atkis-
son, left Wednesday for Flora,
III. after a visit in Davenport.
Mrs. Nash who is a United
Bret hern preacher occupied the
pulpit of the Methodist church
last Sunday evening.
Office over May & Stacy's
Collection A Specialty
Prompt attention given all business
intrusted to his care.
Drs. Louvvien & Hanson
Rooms 1, 2, and 3, Feuquay Bldg
Chandler, Okla.
Davenport Lodge, M. W. A. No. 10786
holds meetings in their lodge room in
The May and Stacy brick on 2 and 4 Fri
day nights in each month.
Members can pay dues to the camp clerk,
corner First and Broadway.
Vamp Smoot V.C.
John Stalker, Secretary.
DR WYNNE, Oculist.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Glasses Fitted.
Chandler—With Drs. Davis &
Davis, Feb. 28, April. 25, June.
27, Aug. 29, Oct. 31, Dec. 27,
Always Tuesday.
B. F. Nickell & Son
Physician and Surgeon
Office over May & Stacy, Phone 30, residence
Dr. W. D, Baird
Special Attention given to Surgery, and
Diseases of Women and Children.
Private Sanitarium
Phone 6.
A. F. & A. M.
LODGE, NO. 260
Hold regular meetings on the second
and founth Saturday nights in each
month, in the hall over the First Na-
tional Bank.
0. D. Groom, W.M.
A.B. Clark, Sec'y.
Nice Clean Shave
Up-to-date HairCut
P. S. Terrill
A full line of coffins and cas
kets always on hand
Embalming done.
J. W. Orr, President
W. W. Baker, Vice-Pres
A. J. McElreath, Cashier
Isn't Right Now
a Good Time to Take Stock
of your financial condition? During the past ten years of prosperity
how much of your income have you saved?
Not as much as you ought to?
Why not start 1911 right by opening an account at this bank and
conserving your future income? We furnish deposit slips, checks
and pass books free.
Davenport State Bank
For further information call
D. L. Estes,
local Agent
We have just received the finest
line Ever brought to town
You can now buy everything: you need in
the dry goods line at our store. The shipment
also contained a lot of fine mens suits that will
be sold cheap. See them.
Special Prices Saturday Jan. 28
J. G. McCue & Co.

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