The New Era. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 7, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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I N 0 ETENDENI
IN POUT: 3 - A FAIR
DEAL FOF. ZVERYONE
Vol. 3. Nv. 50.
DAVENPORT, LINCOLN COUNTY, 0KLAH01V. HURSDAY, DEC. 7,
Another Piano is Given Away
Ginlest Closed at Mercer, Mo.
Another Subscription contest
conducted by Profitable Farming
has just closed and the young
ladv who won the piano writes
the following li ter:
Mercer, Mo. Dec. 2nd 1911.
St. Joseph, Mo.
Gent I men:
I won the grand prize, a bean
tiful Schiller piano in the Profit-
able Farming-Mercer Signal con
test that recently closed here
and wish to say that I am high
ly pleased with the tone and ap-
pearance of the instrument. I
appreciate it the more because
so many of mv friends subscrib
e.i and renewed to help me get it.
It was hard work hut I was
well paid for what I did. All
through the contest I was treat
ed with absolute fairness by 'ill
concerned, and c m assure anv
girl who enters a contest con-
ducted hv you that, everything
will be alright. Indeed it, is fix
ed so a person couldn't be un-
fair even if they wanted to.
In the contest I won a bunch
I you I fa
of post cards, a je * el
the grand prize piano.
When my friends saw that 1 |ahuntl in
was |in earnest it was not as ! ,.(l
much trouble to get suhscrip !
tions. I kept track of all who |
promised to renew or subscribe
and ne^ergave them a chance
to ^o back on me. I went, to
them even the the third and
fourth time, making them come
■linking you fo
nd wishing you
■jjs every where, J
This si w8 what any candi-
date can do, aud we believe that
the youug ladies here are doing
20,000 Bonus Votes Dec. 16th.
Keep Hustling, That's How to Win
On the ltith we will give
20,000 extra or bonus votes for
every $10 turned in on subsnip
tions. If you want to make a
standing for yoiuself, turn in all
will be well paid.
Miss'Josie Brown was award
ed the set ring last Saturday for
turning in the most money in
the two proceeding weeks. She
you can on the ltith. ^ ou have a|so goes to the head of the list
a little over two more weeks and ()j- counted votes.
then make a place in your par- ,, ,, . x. , ,,
, , . ... , Mrs. Myrtle Aiekell appears in
lor tor thai piano After the -
16th, all vo ing will be secret. ''ltJ °' contestants tot the
You will not tell us nor anyone: 'i''8' time this week Although
else what you place in the ballot iate to enter, she is uoing atiei
box. lis up to you the last week | piano in earnest aud may
The friends of the candidates j surprise some ot the advanced
are taking lively interest. Each workers.
girl is lining up her relatives' The 23rd will be here before
and supporters. And it's all I any one realizes it, and then re-
good natured. Every candidate j grets will he too late.
DEVOTED TO THE IN-
TERESTS OF ONE OF
THE BEST TOWNS III
$1.00 per year
the dominion of Canada. Since that
time she has not heard of him.
She also alleges crrelty and abuse,
that he drove her from home and
threatened to shoot her and at one
time shot one of the cows for the pur-
pose of injuring her property. The
petition is long and the story of abuse
a most shameful one. She asks the
restoration of her maiden name Taylor.
Brady Brown, register of deeds, filed
his fee report last Monday for the
month of November which shows that
the fees earned during the month was-
$648.UO. The salaries of the register
of deeds and his deputies for the month
was'$29S.08> leaving the net gain to
Lincoln county of $252,22. Under oifr
present law the register of deeds is on
a salary and all fees go te the county
treasurer, instead of the private pocket
of the register of deeds. Under the
economical management of Brady
Brown the expenses are reduced to a
point where the county enjoys a net
gain above expenses this month of
$148 was earned by the office of county
judge and the balan'ce $159.70 was
was earned by the sheriff. All these
fees go into the county treasury. On
account of county court having taken
so much time during the month, not
much time was left to devote collect-
ion, hence they were not so large as
the two proceeding months, but are
still much more than the expenses of
the office which was $368,00 for salaries
of the judge and clerks. The offiae of
county judge is far more than self sus-
The county commissioners met in
regular session at the court house Mon-
day. The claims against the county
were mostely considered and passed
upon pefore noon. There will not be
much business of unusual interest until
the bids on Deep Fork are opened and
Court House News
The county treasurer has made a big
collection of taxes during the month of
November. He is still behind in the
matter of writing receipts on the re-
mittances by mail but expects to get
entirely up with the work in time to
m ike an apportionment by the middle
of the month. This will be a good,
substantial apportionment that will
greatly benfit the school districts. Un-
der the ruling of the attorney general
as handed to the county treasurer by
the state examiner and inipector, Mr.
Gayman will receive half tax up to the
first day of January with the penalty
on the half tax. After that date a
half tax can not be received, and a
penalty will be added to the whole tax.
Alice Forest filed her petition in the
district ttourt last Friday asking for a
divorce from Clem Forest. She alleges
that they were married in Lincoln
county, Okla., on June 29, 191(1 and
that they lived together until Feb. 1911,
when plaintiff left ostensibly to go
Marriage licenses have been issued
since 'ast, report as follows:
Earl J. Ketron, Chandler and Bertha
E. Lenhart, Chandler.
Hugh M. Russell, Stroud and Clara
F. Estes, Stroud.
Claud C. Hopwell, Stroud and Clara
E. Aughenbaugh, Stroud.
Jas. H. Ratliff, Preston, Ky., and
Carrie B. Garriott Stroud.
Everett T. Renfrow, Stroud and
Myrtle Dinkham, Stroud.
Willie W Taylor, Prague and Rosa
Wright, Prague, (colored)
William A. Toyrea, Midlothian and
Mrs. Luella B. Todd, Midlothian.
Lester J. Fisher, Tedda, Okla., and
Fanny Briswell, Cushing, Okla.
Charley M. Conkin, Sparks and Bes-
sie T. Kellerby, Sparks.'
Roba M. Key, Chandler and Effa
Etta Koonce, Mountain Grove Mo.
Judge C. B. Wilson Jr. convened
court Monday forenoon with the usual
court officers in attendance. The morn-
ing was spent in setting criminal cases.
The jury has been drawn and is now
being summoned by the sheriff and
will be empanebd next Mor.div morn-
ing. No jury cases will be t.". H this
The clerk of the county court, Goo.
F. Clark filed the fee report with the
county commissioners Monday. It
showed a collection of $607.70 of which
A. J. Langer is in receipt of
advice from the corporation coin-
mission to tho effect that they
have conceled their order requir-
ing the Frisco train to stop its
afternoon fast trains at Daven-
port. The fact that the railroad
lias added two trains, the Gov-
ernors. since tho order was
made was cited as reason for
their action in rescinding their
order. We don't want their old
fast trains anyway.
Mis. Cleason Robinson, wife
of tho original owner of the l)av
en port townsite, and her two
little girls visited at the home of
D. S. Strough last week
Make Your Dollars Have More Cents
Make your Selections Early—the opening day,
You can do so by exercising care in the purchase of your Christ-
mas presents. We will have on display, beginning Saturday, Dec-
ember 16, a stock of Christmas goods which probably includes all
the items you will want. Realizing the scarcity of money we have
planned to sell on the smallest possible margin of profit. We know
you can not object to our prices. Following are some articles suit-
able for presents:
Comb and Brush Sets
Babies Toilet sets
Post Card album
Silver berry spoons
Silver buiter knives and
Many articles which we do not have in stock, we can get for you and "split the profit" with you
Ask to see our wholesale catalogs and prices if you do not find what you want in stock. You wont
need to go further than Davenport for anything. But don't put it off
The Red Cross Pharmacy
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The New Era. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 7, 1911, newspaper, December 7, 1911; Davenport, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109821/m1/1/: accessed March 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.