The New Era. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 19, 1913 Page: 4 of 4
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PUBLISHED for the preservation
of liberty, the promotion of progress
and the advancement of civilization.
As a means to this end we advocate the
absolute separation of church and state,
and the compulsory education of all
children up to the age of fourteen years
Entered as second class mail matter
at the post office at Davenport, Okla.,
according: to act of Congress of March
With the Churches
Preaching Suuda at eleven
a. m. and at eight p. ni. ev^ry
secoud and fourth Sundas at
the Methodist church. Also Sun-
M. E. Church South.
Sunday School every Sunday at
10 pm. C. S. Davie Supt.
Preaching every Third Sunday
every body cordially invited.
T. M. Moore,
IVAN L. FLYNN
Local and Personal
Dr. Baird and family visits
at Cushing Thursday, making
the trip in their Auto.
Miss Stella Whitt went to
Supulpa Tuesday to spend a
week with relatives.
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Mrs. Davis of Tulsa, visited
with Mrs. Bettie Alexander
it tr $r
A. L. Allred who has been
running a store ou the east
side of broad way has moved
to the west side of the street
in one of the May & Stacy
bricks. No doubt Mr. Allred
■ will do a greater business hav-
ing a more commodious build
• «r ir
There is quite a bit of im-
provements going on in town.
The Owl Drug Store has been
freshly painted inside, The Mav
& Stacy building has been over-
hauled and painted on the out
side and presents a much nicer
Miss Willa Baugus visited at
home over Sunday from Chan-
dler where she is attending
r r r
There were a number of vis-
itors from different parts of
the state here over Sunday at
tending the Anniversary of the
Children's Home. All express-
ed themselves as well pleased
with the occation.
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J. M. Kimball a prosperous
farmer near here was in to
see us the other day and shov
ed his subscription up for an-
Mi Kimball is a good friend
of the New Era.
Sunday school each Sunday at 10 A.
M. Preaching second and fourth Sun-
days of each month. AH invited to
D. A. McLaury Pastor
day School every Sunday at 3 p.
m. , i, . m- and young peoples meeting
ine ioilowing is a list of prizes that will be given to the farmers on Saturday June leve|r Wednesd night.
21, 1913 at Davenport's first monthly trade's day. - W. P. jay.
This trade's day has been arranged by the business men of Davenport in order that Pastor.
they may get better acquainted with the farmers of this vicinity and to promote the
mutual mtersts of both the farmer and the business man. ! —_
nn!w k!l^tne. <!t'\LinC,t Underhfan'llnff that the Winner IS in no Kev . W H.Morrow pastor Of j I have a good four room house and
order Calvary Missionary Baptist' three lots, with good well of water and
ii '<- I• .1. ^ . t- • nfKor immnfnvpmprit in thp Manill
House and Lots for Sale
way under obligation to the business men who give the prizes, they are given in order cne uatvary Missionary Baptist1 three iota, with good wen of water and
to get the farmer to bring in their various products and exhibit them which will nro- churcl> preaches in the Presby- ,other '"improvement, in the Manufact-
mote interest in the various crops and live stock, and we hope to have a very large cbUKh everylttr8t'and 3rd
number of these exhibits, and will assure you that the prizes will be awardpd npr ah 1 iN 'norning a,l(l evening. 0n time. This is a bargain if taken at
the list following. The judges will he selected from the farmers present and n7 % A" >" «*■ - WD"'cL
living in the town of Davenport will be selected as a judge or be allowed to exhibit a - _ !
single thing that a prize is offered for.
While we are very desirous of the farmers business, we want to get our Dotion on
merit alone, and these prizes are in no way meant to put the farmer under any obliga-
tion if you do not purchase a single thing while in our- town, we want you to come
and bring all the family, for there is a prize that all can compete for, and will assure
you a hearty welcome. Be sure and come and bring all the family.
BUSINESS MEN'S CLUB.
R. VV. Rochford, $1 00 for hest foot race 100
T. R. Hall, #1.50 for best one dozen peaches.
♦1.50 for family coming the greatest distance.
Roy Baker, $1.00. winner sweep stake race
Day Hotel. Free dinner for th« neatest
dressed couple under twenty five years of ago.
Davenport State Bank $2.50 for the best
.•pan of mules. #2.50 for the best span of
mules under one year.
C. E. Soesamon $1.00 best coop frying
Oby Olson $1.00 best two pounds butter.
J. T. Hamilton $1.00 oldest married couple.
E. A. DuBoi.« $1.00 fastest pony 200 yards.
Price and Miller SI 00 he-! colt under six I
H 0' Hix $2,00 best mule colt under fix
Owl Drug Co Free auction for all goods
brought to town that, day for sale.
A L. Allred, $1.00 lean man's race over
forty five years * f age.
J. VV. Graves Co $1.00 slow mule race con
testant to ride other man's mule, colored
people only, 2C0 yard dash. $2.00 best team
JfSse Jones, 51.00 Fiddlers contest.
Swarts and Ingenthron $1.00 best peck
ionions. 50 pound tack flout for best loaf'of
bread made fium GoJdtn Gale flour. 50c
best hundle sheet' oats $1.00 lady bringing
the greatest number of eggs to towu. $1.00
lady with smallest foot.
W. A. T rambo $100 While girls foot race
under 14. 100 yards. *1.00 Colored girls foot
race under 14. 100 yards. $1.00 Button sewing
contest. Boys under l(i.
50c Boys foot race under 14 years 100 yards.
I L. Flynn 51.00 best frying chicken.
One years subscription to the New Era for
best composition on The News Paper Man. "
N. P. Myers 24 pound sack Kansas Diamond
floor To. best loaf bread made with Kansas
Diamoud Hour. 24 pound sack same flour best
jelly cake, to be &old at auction proceeds to go
J. A. Justice $1.00
Dr. Baird $1.001 anjo contest-
Win. Nash 50c pie eating contest.
G B. Collins $1.00 best looking white baby
under six months old. $1.00 best looking
colored baby under six months old.
O C Burgess SI.00 fat man's race weitrh
$30.00 HALF PRICE $30
For two week only, June first to June fifteenth,
we wiil sell Life Scholarships in either our Busi-
ness or Shorthand Course for only $"50.00 or
the two courses together for $50.00. This is the
opportunity of a life time, will you grasp it?
We can not supply all the calls for office help
now, and in the Fall there will be hundreds ot
new places opened. This rate is to enable you t
be ready for one of them, do you want it? We
guarantee it for you. If you can not come just now
you may get your scholarship while it is half price,
and it will be good when you can come. We now
have several piaces for deserving students to work
for their board while attending school. Better
Muskogee Business College
Muskogee, Okla. 436-438 Court St. Pnone 2159.
Davenport Merc, and Trading Co. 52.50 for! over 200 pounds fifty yards.
largest load of women brought to town. I W. "X Price $1,00 best composition "U*
B. H. Christy $1.00 best bale alfalfa bay,
■C. F. Stifford $1,00 best nail driving contes
1 idies only.
the telephone in the Home"
Jessamine Hotel Dinner for couple having
beer, married longest time.
For Sale at a bargain. Scholar-
ship in Guthrie Business College
and one in Enid Business College
Inquire at Era office.
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Mrs R. C. Rdgecomb of Ok-
oniulgee, niece of J. R. Robert-
son visited at their home Sun-
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J. R. Robertson and daughter
Mrs. Eva Chapman are getting
along nicely with their work
at Ada, and are very much
pleased with the people and city.
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Mrs Davis of Tulsa and
Mrs. Ella Thompson, formerly
of Moorsfield, Ky but now of
Tulsa, visited Mrs. J. R. Robert-
son and Mrs. Bettie Alexander
SAM L. CASTLEBEKRY
Office over May & Stacy's
Collection A Specialty
Prompt attention given all business
intrusted to his care.
Dr. W. D. Baird
Physician and Surgeon
; Special attention to Res. Phone 4
diseases of women Office 6
Sanitarium fully equipped
The seventeen months old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Philips
of this place, died Sunday morn-
ing a t 10 o'clock, a n d was
M Day. wife and two daugh
t'ts left Tuesday for Supulpa
where they have found a suit
able location and v. ill resume
their occupation iri the Hotel
business at that place.
Mr. Day's have been in the
hotel business here for several
months They have lived in
Davenport and vi. mty f< r 8
years, during which time they
have made a host of friends
who regret very much to loose
them from our to vn, but wish
them success in ihuir new lo-
Report of the Condition of the
DAVENPORT STATE BANK
at Davenport in the State of Oklphomu at Un-
close of business June 4th. 191 J.
Loans and Discounts
Overdrafts, securiii and unsecured
Expence account -
Stocks, bonds. Warrants
Furniture and fixtures
Other Real Estate Owned
Due from Banks -
Checks and Other Cash Items
Cash in Bank -
f 17,029.73 1
Insurance on easy terms. All kinds
of legtl paper. Real estate transfers. „
- E. B. Moore, at Owl Drug co. i Ma"Z mothors thlnk the,r children
; a' suffering from Indigestion, headache
■" ntrverousness, weakness, costivsntss,
ULCERS AND SKIN TRoUBiES *',enthey *re victims of that most
[ common of all children's ailment-
,, . ... ,, ; worms. Peevish, ill-temper, fretful
If you are suffering with any o d run . m„ , . , . vV ,
. * * <'hddren, who tou and grind their tceh
ing or fever sores, ulcers, boils, ecze- L,:,k .. , " , •
7 ., * " 1 with bud breath and colicky pa ns. have
ma or other s in troubles, get a bo* ofi m,l . , . .
o . i . . o , , ., •" symptoms of having worms, and
Buculen b Arnica Saive and you wil get i ,u ,„ij k„ , ,,,
.. , ,, J, K ' I should be given kickapoo Worm Kil er.
relief prompt y. Mrs. Bruce Jones, of i , , i , ..
u • . 1, „ a i>l« sant eandy lozenge, which expels
Birmingham, Ala. suffered from an „,„,i . „ u i .
... „ wtfrms. reguUtes the bowels, tones ud
ugly ulcer for nine months and Bucklin .u , u u
. D . . . Ith systems, and makes chi dren wel
Arnica Salve cured her in two h.„„„
and happy. Kickapoo Worm Kuier a
Capital Stock Paid in •> - S12.500.0
Dudivkled Profits, less Expt nsin* and Taxe
Paid ..... i 581.51
Individual Deposits Subject to Check 2G.829&J
Time Certificates of Deposit i9.t>99.36
Cashier's Checks Outstanding - 123.34
ToUl - - - $70,733.84
State of Oklahoma. County of Lincoln, ss.
I. O. D. Groom, President of the above named
Bank, do solemnly swear that the above state*
ment is true to the best of my know led trotiiid
belief, so help me God.
O. D. GROOM President. I
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th I
day of June 1913.
M. H. TAULBGE Notary Pubi c. |
My Commission Expires Aufr. *2 1916.
O I) GROOM
m 11 taulbre
a Summer Excursion
Gooi Lake Resorts
Narth and Eas!
As you go down ths street,
With clothes clean and neat.
The fact is simple and true,
His <ild clothes looks like new.
Have your clothes cleaned and
pressed i)v. W'm. Nash
Titos. G. Andrews
Insurance and Farm Loans
First National Bank Building
li2 Does not stop
444 Local Freight
1:23 P. M.
0:59 " "
"1:39 A "
weeks. Will help you. Only 26c.
ommended by all Druggiiitn.
fWUf«nU*L All DruggistiV, or by mail
Price 26c. Kiskapoo Medicine Co.
Philadelphia and St. Louii.
Rev T. M. Moore ^ 111 preach
at the mothodist church on
the fifth Sunday in Jnne. Onl
accunt of the annivesarv of1
the Children's Home. Bi !
Moore will uot preach next,
Sunday but will give way an.11
preach hen* the fifth 5*unda\ |
morning and evening.
We have nomeCorr tn th* ear at th ;
mill will sell reasonable aluo good!
aeed Corn. See E. Dye. Davenport adv
I ickefs on sii le<1a
1st to Sept. MOrh.
FRISCO LINES offer
most convenient service
thru St. Louis and Kan-
Let the nearest FRISCO
Agent help \ou plan
your trip in detail, >r
write «ither of the unltei •
signed for any desired
information relative pri-
vileges, train schedules
C. O JACKSON,
D- P. A., Frisco
Oklahoma City, Ok'a.
H. C. Hix, Agent
f - 7:15 A.M.
407 - - 2:05 P "
418 4:48 A "
111 Doeenot atop 7:48 " "
445 Ijocal Freight 11:15 A "
SANTA FE TIME CARD
Train No. 414, Local Freight, 8:55 a. m.
I "• 40B, Passenger, 2:07 p. m.
Train No 407, Passenger, 1:40 p, m
" "413, Local Freight, 3:35 p. m.
Drs. Louwien & Hanson
Rooms 1, 2, and 3, Feuquay Bldg
p. S. Terrlll
A full line of coffins and cas
kets always on hand
best laxative for the aged
Old men and women feel the need
j of a laxative more than young folks
I but it must be safe and harmless
' I and one which will not cause pain.
I Dr. King's New Life Pills are es-
| pecially good for the "aged, for they
I act prompt'y and easily. Price 25c.
Recommended by all Druggists.
It Was a Holler Day.
I "Come, come," said a distracted fa-
i ther, who had endured the children's
noige till patience ceased to be a vir-
tue: "there's no reason why you
should scream and holler so." "Why,
father." said one of the little fellows,
"don't yon know this Is « holler-day?"
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Flynn, Ivan L. The New Era. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 19, 1913, newspaper, June 19, 1913; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109900/m1/4/: accessed February 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.