The New Era. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 4, 1911 Page: 4 of 4
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cattle,'*1 no per rnnti Hi on the
south 80 acres of the Edwards
place. See E. B. Moore.
en (hat no was hero. We'll
of it when he stays away
Chas. A. Bryan, Cashier
W. W. Baker, Vice-Prea
R. M. Eates, President
Fresh tomatoes at Nickell'a
Davenport State Bank
Entered as second class mail matter
at the post office at Davenport, Okla.,
according to act of Congress of March
CHAS. T. HEDGES
THIS PAPER REPRESENTED POR FOREIGN
ADVERTISING BY THE
NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES
Chas. Berner, state hank ex
aminer was home over Sunday.
All post cards lc and 2c
Mr. Perrick has sold his con
fectionery to Grant \ icars.
Straw matting is the thing
for summer time—W. R. Smith.
Press Combs is kicking about
thu road that passes his place.
Says there are two bridges out
that almost cut him off from
town. The carrier on Route 8
out of Chandler has to pass over
that road and has threatened to
abandon it unless the bridges
are installed. Someone ought
to get busy.
Our friend W, H. Keeler, who
is reputed to be one of the best
farmers in this community, says
that the ground is in better shape
for raising a good crop now than
he has seen it at this timeol
year during the nine yeais than
he has farmed in Lincoln county.
The hard freeze last winter and
the nice distribution of rain this
spring have made the farmers
feel mighty good in this part of
Ed Wilkison told us last Sat-
urday that his alfalfa would be
ready to cut in ten days. He will
bo at it next week.
Minnie Pearl Gray left Mon
day for Sapulpa to spend two
weeks with her sister, Mrs. Cofelt
The buggies that are being
sold out of Davenport lately
seem to contradict the fellow
who is inclined to cry hard times
A pretty rug will always add
to the appearance of a room.
See those at W. R. Smith's
(Jet your groceries of Nickell
and have them delivered at your
door. They are always fresh
and cost you no more.
Lover Series and fine Greeting
cards, 2c—Home Bakery.
C'hus. E. Lee and wife recent-
ly from Pawnee are conducting
the Texas Cafe.
C. G. Gardner and family
have moved back to Davenport
Let us show you some of the
pretty rugs we keep in stock
W. R. Smith.
The people of Oak Grove
neighborhood have noticed that
there is many a slip twixt the
boast and the marriage cermony
and a certain popular young
man is wiser by the same infor-
AN IDEAL HUSBANE
is patient, even with a nagging wife, for he
known she needs help. She may be so ner-
vous and run-down In health that trifles an-
noy.her. If she is melancholy, excitable,
troubled with loss of appetite, headache,
sleeplessness, constipation or fainting and
dizzy spells. She needs Electric Bitters-
the most wonderaul remedy for ailing wom-
Thousands of sufferers from female
troubles, nervous troubles, backache, and
weak kidneys have used them and become
healthy and happy, Try them. Only 50c
Satisfaction guaranteed by W. H. Willhour
Town property for
trade for land. Farms
J. C. Boggs, Chandlcf Okla.
.). C. Boggs was over from
Chandler Saturday and again
Tuesday. Fact of the matter
J. C. is here so much of late that
his many Davenport, friends
have begun to think he is home-
sick to move back. Hereafter
when the Era doesn't mention
his being here two or three times
Sotne new styles of easy rack-
ors at W. R- Smith's
Rev. James Cage is suffering
from an attack of erysipelas in
his face which resulted from
wire scratch which he received
some time ago.
Fresh, clean groceries always
at W. R. Smith's They cost
no more than stale ones.
Davenport and Kendrick play-
ed ball on the local grounds last
Sunday with rather disastrous
results for the formen. The
score seems to have been, Kend
rick, 17 Davenport, 0. A crowd
of Kendrick people were here i.o
witness the game.
The Embrodiery Club meets
Friday afternoon from to 5 at
the Millinery Store. Don't fail
to attend and take advantage of
the free lessons.
$4 to $5
106 E. Main St. Shawnee
Over Hlekey Bros.
Set of teeth $5; upper and lower, both $10
Very best wet of teeth made $8; upper and
lower, l>oth of the beat teeth $16.00
Gold Fillinirfl SI up
Silver POHnffh ftA/'i
J All work fiuaranteed
* Established Four Y*ars.
5 Look for Mml>Ie Steps at Entrance
Meals 25c, Lodging 'ioc, Board
and Lodging *350 per week
Notice is hereby given that the
ordinance regarding throwing
out old papers or other rubbish
will be strictly enforced.
N. 1'. My res.
Pres. Board Trustees
Call on the drayman, Massey
any time for ice.
We Do a General Banking Business ,
A Dollar Will Start an Account We want your Business
We make farm loans
Call and see us
J Professional Cards
Dr. J. W. HUDDLESON
Physician and Surgeon
Office at Res.
Phone No. 67.
Get your overalls and work
shirts at Nickell's. He guaran-
tees every garment.
Drs. Louwien & Hanson
Rooms 1, 2, and 3, Feuquay Bldg
WAS TANTELIZED TILL ALMOST DEAD
With those awfu Mites and
Lice. This can be avoided very
easily by using wonder nest eggs
sold by Swarts & Ingenthron.
Straw matting will lighten
your summer cleaning. See the
different patterns at VV. R.
DR. WYNNE, Oculist.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.
Chandler—Willi Drs. Davis &
Davis, June 20, Aug. 28, Oct. 30
Dec. 25,th. Always Monday.
SAM L. CASTLEBEURY
Office over May & Stacy's
Collection A Specialty
Prompt attention given all business
intrusted to his care.
B. F. Nickell &Bon
Physician and Surgeon
Office over May & Stacy, Phone 30, residence 52
Would , like a chance to figure
011 your jobs. At Meltons Cafe
Ikes Barber Shop
For a nice clean shave and
hair cut. Agency for the up
SHAVE 10 CENTS
At Davenport near the
Cottage Hotel. First class
material and workmanship
McSlarrow & Jordan
We handle good building mater=
ial because we are interested
in the upbuilding of a good
LET US FIGURE WITH YOU ON LUMBER AND
other building materials you may want to buy.
The J. W. Graves Co,
A. E. H&ug, Mgr.
xjjwiiiiiiiiiMiiw'i'M1! ■ "" "5""'
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-
O. D. Groom, W.M.
A.B. Clark, Sec'v.
P. S. Terrill
A full line of coffins and cas
kets always on hand
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF COFFINS, CASKETS, ROBES.
WE ARE AT YOUR SERVICE ANY TIME
EITHER DAY OR NIGHT
Jondatil's Furniture Sture
STROUD v OKLAHOMA
^he Soys in Gray
U. C. V. Reunion
Of all kinds done right. A
new outfit. Scrapiron and
cord wood bought.
LAND1S and MASSEY
MAY 15-18, 1911
Little Rock, Ark.
Join the Special Train
Round trip rate, Davenport
to Little Kock, $7.35
Tickets on sale, May 14, 15,
16, 17. Finnal return limit,
May 23rd with privelege of
extension to June 23rd on pay-
ment of fify cents at I.ittle
Rock and deposit of tickcts.
Special-train consisting of
coaches and chair cars, stan-
dard and tourist sloepers will
leave Davenport at 5:34 p. m.
May 14th, arriving at Little
Rock 7:30 a. m. May 16th.
Call on the near-
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117 W. Main St.
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We Keep Quality First |
Both in buying and selling, we try to keep £
quality the important factor. Everyone of our
customers will bear us out in the statement that
we sell only the best.
FOP U S
WHITE HOUSE SHOE
The moit critical maij or woman in town
will find in this line, more than one shoe
that will suit his oi hsr particular des:V .
We >nake the fii. i eriect m every
—it's the fit that makes comfcrt
and no shoe ever satisfies urJe£3 it
We are showing th ! i nil' : hers
all eaca—oil wickta and oil
J. G. McCue & Co.
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