The New Era. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 16, 1913 Page: 4 of 4
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THE NEW ERA
Entered as second class mail matter
at the |tost office at Davenport, Okla.,
according to act of Congress of March
CHAS. T. HEDGES
The Chandler Tribune is
the new official paper of
Lincoln county, and thereby
hands a rumpus, we infer
from reading the account of
the commissioners actions in
the Chandler Review. It
seems that the board split
the county legal advertising
between the Tribune and the
Stroud Democrat and hand-
ed the Review part of the
job work, which the Review,
evidently didn't want, claim-
ing that the News-Publicist
had printed up enough stuff
for the county offices to last
for two years, except such
stuff as could only be print-
ed in a big shop. Mr. Came-
ron, editor of the Review
did valiant service for the)
county ticket during the last
campaign, not only through
his paper, but as head of the
democratic county press
bureau, he wrote much of
the "dope" that was used by
the democratic papers. It
is not strange that he should
have expected some of the
pie. He got it, but it seems
that all the "fillin" had
been carefully scraped out.
He ask for bread and got a
brick—as it were.
Kev. Davidson failed to got here
Saturday night but filled his ap-
pointment Sunday afternoon.
Kev. Phelps filled his place Sat
urday night and preached a tine
sermon. Kev Andrews will
preach next Sunday at three
o'clock if the weather preniits
him to get here. Remember the
young people's meeting every
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A. L. Fried and family and
Sadie Renuer and Evertt Childs
took dinner at the Mash burn
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They have begun work on the
phono lino and it wont be long
till everyone can visit over the
Evertt Childs and Elvia Fried
spent Sunday evening at Bert
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The scholars are most all in
school now and there is sure a
crowd of them. The teachers
are giving good satisfaction so
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Frank Boinon has moved his
family back to Stroud.
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Mrs. Seifert and daughter
Aretta were Sunday callers at
the Richardson home.
jected to the embaraseiuent of
groundless suspicion. Why
they want a bigger house is
nobody's business but their own.
FRIGHTFUL POLAR WINDS
blow with a terrific force at the far north
and pity havoc with the akin, cauaing red,
rough or aore chapped handa and lips, they
need Bucklen's Arnici Salve to heal them.
It niakea the akin s«ft and amooth. Unriva-
led for cold-aorea, also burna, boila, acres,
ulcera, cuta, bruisea and piles Only 2fc
at all druggists.
Special for eggs, butter
and chickens. —Swarts &
A 10 pound baby boy was
boru to Mr. and Mrs. J. M. John-
son, shortly after 8 o'clock, last
T. N. Thompson whose home
is in Iowa City and who owns
several pieces of property in
Davenport and farms near here,
came in Thursday morning to
look after business matters.
(Puhliahed in the New 1
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
By virtue of an order of aale to me directed
and delivered, issued out of the Dintrict Court of
Lincoln County. State of Oklahoma, in an actipn
in said court wherein W. A. Pepper ia plaintiff
and the Rurrisa Metal Shingle Company, M. E.
Ellison and J. B. Ellison are defendants, com-
manding me to levy and sell the following de-
scribed personal property, to-wit:- Two (2) Bliss
Stamping Presses, No. 34; Three (3) Sets Form-
in* Diets with all equipment: Forty-five (46) pair
Steel and Wood Shingle Racks; One (1) paint
vat with paint contained in same; One (1) bar-
rel offlpaint. Four (4) Leather belts; (1) cut
off saw rig; One (1) Witt Gasoline Engine four
H.P. and all tanks, fittings, shafting and equip-
ment: to satisfy judgment and decree of fore-
closure in favor of M. E. Ellison defendant and
cross petitioner, against aald plaintiff. W. A.
Pepper, and the defendants, the Rurrias Metal
Shingle Company and J. R. Ellison, obtained and
made in said court on the 21st day of December.
1912, In the aum of One Thousand Eighty-two
and 92-100 (Jl.082.92) Dollars with interest there-
on at 10 per cent from said date and costs accru-
ing: I will on the 28th day of January. 1913, at
the hour of One o'clock P. M. of said date at the
old canning factory in the town of Davenport in
the said county and state, offer for sale and sell
to the highest bidder for cash the said property
above dscribed.or so much thereof as will satisfy
lid judgment with interest and costs.
Witness my hand this 11th day of January.
CHAS. F. RUZZI.
Sheriff of Lincoln County-
CHAS. F. MEARS. Undersheriff.
"Let's show the pusillanimous
pup that it's time for them
seek other pastures green,'
say's the Wellston Leader
speaking of the loan sharks.
Of Locai Interest
Extra inducements for
large bills at Swarts & Ing-
Mrs. Willa R. Keller, having
closed out most of her millinery
business will leave this week for
New Orleans, where she will
take ship for Panama for an ox
tended visit with her sister
whose home is there.
The News-Publicist is
picking a fight with the pro-
prietors of bootlegging and
gambling joints in Chandler,
by threatening to tell on
them if they do not keep
minors out of their places.
Dr. R. C. Hill, who is running
the Prague Record during the
absence of Editor Kipper, says
he feels liks a cat in a strange
Karret, but he gets out a bright
newsy, well written paper with
an interesting editorial column,
so our guess is that he will be
able to handle the job alright.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hodkaday
of Wichita were in town, Wed-
nesday, euroute to Stroud for a
visit. Mrs. Hockaday. fermerly
Miss Cora Evans, taught seyer&l
terms of school in Davenport and
has many friends here.
Dr. W. W. Groom was
Britow Monday on business.
Allen Burgess, Newt King
and Ralph Nash left Monday
morning for the oil field, expect
ing to "get a job."
(Published in the New Era, Jan. 16 and 23. 1913)
IN THE DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR THE
COUNTY OF LINCOLN AND STATE OF
Winnie Wardrip. Plaintiff.
Charley Wardrip. Defendant
The above named defendant will take notice
that he has been sued by the plaintiff. Winnie
Wardrip. in the District Court of Lincoln county,
Oklahoma, for a divorce, and unless he answers
her petition filed in said court on, or before the
1st day of March. 1913, the allegations of her said
petition will be taken as true and Judgment ren
dered accordingly, decreeing an absolute divorce
to the plaintiff.
Witness our hands and the seal of said court
this 15th day of January. 1813.
JAS. A. EMBRY
Clerk of the District Court. Lincoln County, Ok-
By T. M. WALDROP. Deputy.
Johnson & Cordell.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
That I am selling groceries meat
fruits an vegetables at rock bottom
prices. We have received new
raisins, dates, figs and nuts.
Wre pay—Eggs, 17Ac Cash or 20c in trade
Butter, 17£c Cash or 20c in trade
Pecansr 5£c Cash or tic in trade
| W. A. Trumbo
Being Given Away
J H. Taulbee made a business
trip to Sapulpa Tuesday, return-
ing the following day.
Take your eggs and butter to Moore.
Keep warm by papering
your house at a low price,
save gas and wood have
comfort and neatness.
Swarts & Ingenthron.
Oak Grove News
Grandma Renner has gone to
spend the winter with her
daughter at Tahlequah,
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Mrs. Adams will move to the
Ben White fram.
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Harve Teeters and wife are
the proud parents of a fine baby
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On account of bad weather
$100 PER PLATE
wst paid at • b«nqu«t to Henry City, in
N#wO letnsin 1842. Mighty costly for
those with stomach trouble or Indigestion
To day people every wheva use Di King s
New l ife Pills for theae troubles as well ai
liv«r, kidnay and bowel disorders. Easy
safe, sure. Only 25 cts. at all druggiats
Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson, moth-
er of Frisco Agent Johnson,
moved to Davenport last week
from Paris, 111., and is making
he# home in the Sawyer house
in the south west part of town.
FOR RENT—1(50 Acres 3*
miles south of Davenport. 115
in cultivation, 2 houses, 2 good
barns, pastures, all bottom land.
Would like two families—E.
to those who act as the local representatives of
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simply by forwarding the subscriptions of your
friends and neighbors and collecting the renewals
of our present subscribers. Try for THIS
months prizes. There are lots of prizes that can
be won only by persons living in towns same
size as your own. Write at once to
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Butterick Building, New York City
Dr. W. D. Baird
Physician and Surgeon
Special attention to
diseases of women
Get the Habit
of having your clothes anc* children
cleaned and pressed by ;
Res. Phone 4
Sanitarium fully equipped
Mrs. A. J. Langer and little
sou, Florian, took the afternoon
train Saturday for Pryor Creek,
Oklahoma. Mr. Langer has
been there for several weeks and
as soon as a house is selected,
they will have their household
goods shipped and establish their
/ER 65 YEARS'
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— LAWYER —
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THE BEST fob
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Rooms 1, 2, and 3, Feuquay Bldg
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Can be Beached
An addition is being built on
the house at the Gossett &
Hazelrigg chicken ranch a short
distance south east of town.
Too front rooms are being added.
The two bachelor proprietors,
who keep house there, have a
perfect right to make such im-
provements without being sub-
A HERO IN ALIUHTHOUiE
For years J S. Donahue, S. Haven,
Mich., t civil war captain, as a lighthouse
keeper, averted awful wrecks, but a queer
fact Is, he might havt been a wreck, him-
self, if Eleetrict Bitters had not prevented.
"They cured me of kidney trouble and
chills," he writes, "after 1 had taken other
to tilled cures for yean, without benefit
and they also improved my sight. Now.
at seventy, ) am fcoling fine. For dys-
pepsia, indigestion, all stomach, liver and
kidney trouble, they're without equal.
Try them. Only 50c at all druggists.
A handsomely Illustrated weekly.
Terms. *3 a
MUN'N & CO 361 Broadway, New York
Branch OITK-e. T5 f ft- WMhtnmun. D. c.
P. S. Terrlli
A full line of coffins and
kets always od hand
They carry shoes, clothing, groceries
fruits and drugs at Moore's,
The Love Letters of a
be,;ill in the November issue a series
real low-letters written over fifty
year* ago by one of our nation.il
heroes to his sweetheart during the period of
til to '05. This great general will go down to
posterity as having accomplished one of the
most brilliant feats of arms in the history of
the world. He was as great a low as he was
a general, therefore these letters combine au-
thentic history and exquisite romance. They
sound a human note that no other work of
literal ure has done in a decade; it is war, it
literature. You >imply can't afford to mi-- :
story o« the Civil \Var now published for tl
.the freshness of a contemporary happening
\ and hold your interest from first to last.
\ now before \
Review Co. y
*.MGb \ JS CenU ^ Copy
Train No. Time
408 - - 1:12 P. M.i
10 - - B:59 " " 1
414 - 1:39 A " j
li'2 Does not stop J:03 P "
9 - 7:15 A.M.
407 - • '2:19 P "
413 4:48 A "
111 Does not stop 7:48 " "
santa fe time card
F. M. Stockwell,
Will drill anywhere at reasonable
prices. Call him up.
Phone 4 on Line 21, Davenport
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The parent who believes every
word the son or daughter tells 1 Train No. fU. ^Freight. 8*5 m.
them in regard to the conduct of SOUTH
the teacher, is very likely to'Train No. 407, Passenger, _l:10 p, m
think ill of the teacher and with-
out jnst reason. It is natural
for youth to be prejudiced and to
resent punishment even if it is
just. Many a good school is
spoiled by the parents upholding
pupils when the proper treat
ment would be to up end them
and use the coal shovel—Bristow
"413, Local Freight, 3:36 p. m.
first tin* and
These letters will
Fill out the coup
One Dolt tr m Y
$10,000 in Cash P
Enclosed please V
hn.l tjc. for which ^
ptnur send roe P.R. for w >n J Liberal Cmmmiwi lo - ■
N«xr-, tV-c. and Jan. \ Atk fur
V ~ \ THE PICTORIAL REVlL V 10.
Wmi si •
One bay mare 4 years old wt.
1200 for cash or ou time, inquire
of Chas. A. Oleson
Mi's. Lena Adams has rented
the quarter section just east of
| Davenport and will farm it the
; coming year.
J. B. Sw.irts sold a tine
of mules this week to
•S Big enough
for the biggest
game of Xorth
"H shPower" Repeating
Rifle No. 425.
List P-tc« - £20.00
md J5 caliber* ^
V - \ lto Cairtriic^^Jp
«writ£ N9t*x$ mwt,
Oar " tag* PowerSa
J. STCVtKS ARKS
* r-m cwnr/inr
P.O. pox MM
W. W. Groom. Pres. O.D. Groom, Cwh.
Irving Stacy. Vic«-Pres.
Davenport State Bank
Deposits Guaranteed by
ic *• tr *' i>" ' «r *' ' |
that is reason enough
why you should buy your
ticket that way. Your
trip will tell you « hy.
All steel, electric light-
ed equipment, Fred Har-
vey meals, short conven-
ient schedules are some
of the reasons why a trip
via the Frisco Lines is so
restful and enjoyable.
Tell the Frisco Agent
where you plan to go—
he will give you full par-
ticulars about the fine
For further informa-
tion regarding rates and
train service, write either
of the undersigned.
C. O. Jackson, D.P.A-
Oklahoma City, Ok.
J. M. Johnson, Agt.
SAM L. CASTLEBEKRY
Office over May & Stacy's
Collection A Specialty
Prompt attention given all business
intrusted to his care.
f J. ft
The J. W. Graves Company
Shingles, Sash, Doors, Lime, Ce-
ment, Plaster, Lath, Sand, Chat
Brick, Glass, Paints, Oils and
• all kinds of building material
Phone 62 C. S. Davie, Local Mgr
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