The New Era. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 24, 1911 Page: 4 of 4
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Entered as Becond class mail matter
at the post office at Davenport, Okla.,
according to act of Congress of March
CHAS. T. HEDGES
THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN
ADVERTISING BY THE
NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES
J* j* .*
Gathered About the Town
Miss Dora Cave spent Sunday
with her parents at Kendrick.
J. I. Mitchell, an oculist is
moving into the Colvin house.
I Will pay 15c for eggs and
butter. Hens 5#c Springer 7c
Rev. W. L. Johnson who has
been holding a revival meeting
near Prague is home again.
W. A. Holder of the Stroud
Cotton Oil Co was in town
into the 0. (1. Robertson honse' posal of some of the town ooun
on First street. Mr. Nestlerode
will "ramrod" the Farmers gin
again this fall.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kinaey and
little daughter of Shawnee are
here visiting the former's moth-
er. Thev have spent the sum-
mer in Colorado and Ed. is just
getting back to work.
The proprietorship of the Jas
samine Hotel was transfers]
this week from D. H. Brown to
Mrs. 8. T. Craig and the Craigs
are now in possession. The
Browns will engage in the hotel
business at Harrison, Ark.
Mrs. Chapman left last week
for Fitzhugh, Okla., where she
is conducting the singing fqr a
revival meeting which is being
held there by Rev. Oury.
The Ormans are moving this
week into the Evins house
on West Secoud street and
M- Warden and wife who recent-
ly purchased the Willis farm
are moving into the house vacat-
ed by the Ormans.
cil to stop the checker games, in
our estimation, is "hit." If the
checker games bring people 011
the streets they should be sub-
sidized. If they merely enter-
tain those whose habitat is the
shady side of the street through-
out the summer and keep them
from staring embarassingly at
any stranger who happens in
town, they should be given rigid
police protection. Hoch der
Checker Game! We would rath-
er see a man playing checkers
anytime and anywhere than do-
R. M. Estes, President
W. W. Baker, Vice-Pres Chas. A. Bryan, Cashier
Would Not be Necessary
If during the period of life when
health and a position afe bringing you
in an income you would deposit just a
small portion of your salary each week
in some good bank. Come in today
and get a pass book, add to your ac-
count each week and thus fortify your-
selves for the future.-
Mrs. Mary E. Ragsdell, moth-
er of Mrs. Geo. Mannas, died at
the Mannas home north east of
Davenport, last Monday morn-
ing, at the age of 59 years. The
remains were intered in the
Kendrick cemetery that evening.
Ivan Nestlerode is home from
Hills Business college at Oklaho-
Miss Fay Jones of Chandler
visited Monday and Tuesday
with her sister, Mrs. Jess Jones.
Mrs. Willa Keller lelt this
week for Kansas City to pur-
chase her fall and winter stock
Mrs. W. R. Smith and Miss
Bertha Trumbo are visiting in
Miss Mattie Baugus left last
Thursday for Wilzetta, where
she is assisting with the music
in a revival meeting.
The Frisco is replacing its GO
lb rails with 90 lb ones through
this division. The worK train is
now just east of Davenport.
Mrs. Rowe of Cyril was in
charge of the Davenport State
bank from Saturday until Tues
day, Chashier Bryan being ab-
sent on a short business trip.
I have left all my outstanding
accounts at the Davenport State
bank. Those indebted to me
should make settlement there
Mrs. W. R. Keller.
Deputy Sheriff 0. C. Burgess
received a letter this morning
from L. S. Carrington, of Mar-
amec, OKla., asKing assistance
in capturing one Dr. A. B. Arm-
strong who left Maramec a
short time ago with a team car
riage and $75.00 for the theft of
all which, the letter says, there
is now a warrant out for the
doctor. He is said to have start-
ed to Shawnee to get his family
and all trace has been lost of him
Several months ago Dr. Arm
strong was taKen from this
county to Big Springs, Texas,
011 a charge of swindling a bank.
He later broke jail and this is
the first the public has heard of
Davenport State Bank
A Guaranteed Bank
Dr. J. W. HUDDLESON
Physician and Surgeon
Office at Res. Phone no. 67.
Meals 25c, Lodging -5c, Board
and Lodging $i)50 per week
r . Martin
May & Stacy builing up stairs
Mrs. M. H. Taulbee entertain
ed last Friday night in honor of
her sisters, Misses Blossom and
Laura Lamberson of Oklahoma
City, who are here visiting her.
The O'Brian family who mov-
ed here recently from Indiana,
left last Monday for Calgary,
Alberta where they will make
their home. Davenport people,
among whom the family has
made many friends, regret to
have them leave but trust they
will find their home in the far
north agreeable in every way.
E. H. Eaton who has been
buying property in and about
Davenport recently, added
another to bis string this week.
This time it is the "Sweat"' farm
south of Davenport, 161 acres
from T. S. Watts The deal
was made through the Stalker
Bros, real estate men.
106 E. Main St. Shawnee
Over Hlckey Bros.
Gold Crown A i. _ (X* PT
Porcelain Crown J>a T(J JhO
Bridge Work ^ ^
Set of teeth $5; upper and lower, both $10
Very best set of teeth made $8; upper and
lower, both of the best teeth $16.00
Gold Fillings $1 up
Silver Fillings CT ^
All work guaranteed
Established Four Years.
Look for Marble Steps at Entrance
Low Round Trip
From points in Oklahoma to
and many other states in the
Tickets are on sale June 1st.
to Sept 30, 1911, inclusive
with final return linit Oct. 31.
1911. with privilege of stop-
over at pactically all points en
These tickets are good in the
Frisco's finest through trains carry-
ing electric lighted through hleeper*
modern chair cars and dining car
and dining car serving tempting Fred
For full information call on near-
t Frisco agsnt or address
C. 0. Jackson, D. P. A.
117 W. Main St,
• Oklahoma City,
Geo. Willis sold his farm
southwest of town, this week to
M. Warden who comes from
Buffalo, Oka. The new owner
will take possession abo it Jan.
1 and is intending to convert the
place into a chicken ranch, Mr.
Willis will move to Davenport
and devote his attention to his
profession, veterauiry surg ry.
The boaid of town trustees
met Tuesday afternoon in a t-pe
cial session to select a justice of
peace for the town in place of R-
C. Price recently resigned. The
vote stood, 3 for E. B. Moore
audi for M. H. Taulbee, the lat-
ter being declared the appointee.
At an adjourned session that
same night the new ofiicer took
The brick plant is a mighty
busy appearing place this week.
The gas has been lit under the
first Kiln of almost 400,000 brick,
are starting the foundation
Drs. Louwien & Hanson
Rooms 1, 2, and 3, Feuquay Bldg
DR. WYNNE, Oculist.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.
Chandler—With Drs. Davis &
Davis, Tuesday, July 11
SAM L. CASTLEBEKRY
Office over May & Stacy's
Collection A Specialty
Prompt attention given all business
intrusted to his care.
B. F. Nickell & Son
Physician and Surgeon
Office over May & Stacy, Phone 30. residence 52
Would like a chance to figure
on your jobs. At Meltons Cafe
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'y.
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. Haug, Mgr.
Ikes Barber Shop
For a nice clean shave and
hair cut. Agency for the up
No. 405 Due at 4:40 A. M. Stops
No. 407 Due at 2:28 P. M.
No. 9 Due at 7:15 A. M. Stops
No. 411 Due at 5:38 P. M. Stops
No. 413 Due at 7:48 a. M.
No. 412 Due 10:11 A. M. Stops
No. 408 Due at 1:53 P. M.
No. 10 Due at 7:00 P. M. Stops
No. 400 Due at 1:3i> A. M. Stops
No 414 Due at 9:22 P. M.
Passengers take notice. Agent
does not meet Nos. 405 and 400.
All passengers having baggage
to check on these trains out of
this station, will please notify
conductor who will attend to it.
All passengers who have bag
gage to unload from either of
these trains will, just before ar-
riving at Davenport, notify the
conductor that baggage is to
come off here and give him the
P. S. Terrill
A full line of coffins and
kets always on hand
FULL LINE OF COFFINS, CASKETS, RORES.
ARE AT YOUR SERVICE ANY TIME
EITHER DAY OR NIGHT
Jondahl's Furniture Sture
You Can't Know
Whether we have the goods you want or not
until you have called on us.
Give us the opportunity of showing our stock
and we are sure we can supply your wants in
of another and dry shed is being checks and he will attend to it.
construct9d—all this In addition
to the work in the plant which
is grinding out brick at the rate
of 50,000 per day.
The Repair Man
Watches, clocks, jewelry, sew-
ing machines, furniture, shoes,
h*rn«M, organs, piano*, etc. Also clot hen clean-
J. J. Orman, Agent.
SANTA FE TIME CARD
Train No. 4U, Local Freight, 8:46 a. m
.. Paaitngar. 2:07 p. m.
Train No. 407, Passenger, 1:40 p, m
" " 411, Local Freight, 8:86 p. m.
Old papers ft>r sale at the Era !
Come to our store when you are particular
about the quality of the goods you buy for we
pride ourselves on always being able to offer you
the best of everything.
in* and prosing done «t Second Hand Store. I offiC0a BikC blllich foi* 50.
J. G. McCue
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