The New Era. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 16, 1913 Page: 4 of 4
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THE NEW ERA
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 se:ond class mail matter
at the post office at Davenport, Olcla.,
according to act of Congress of March
R. A. BAUGUS
Some of the owners of the
New Era printing plant having
taken possession of the same
and having put parties in charge
of the office tn operate it: There-
fore there was nothing left for
us to do hut tn walk gracefully
out which Wi! did with the
hope that the muddle which
surround the plant may be satis
J. M KIMBALL.
MANY GOING TO
Ringling Brothers Attract
Unusual Interest With
Many Big Features.
Riugling Brothers' Circus is attracting
mnusal intereste this season because of
its many new features and the new
aspect given tee show by the addition
of the great spectacle, Joan of Are' the
the circus will be seen in oklahomacits
oct 22. 1913 and teis city and suround;
iuc eonntry will be well represeuted as
it always is when Ringling Broteersare
are within exenrefo distance There w|ll
do a new parade in the forenoon three
Ordinance No. 41. Don't Let Baby Suffer With Ezemc
0" Tuesday F. A. "Fanner"
Mitchell shipped a big wagon
load hi" exhibits, which he had
collected, to Tulsa. These exhib-
its came mainly from the trade
territory adjacent to Chandler,
Stroud, and Davenport and in
North Lincoln Go.
Mr. Mitchell went on Wednes-
day to arrange them in the
booths assigned to Lincoln Co.
days in n[venport. "m7 "fI^ yT f?
< V.i.1. ... 1
I.L Flynn ex editor of the
New Lra is out on Bond given
by his friends in Seminole Ok la
W. M. Flynn, Sheriff of Ludd-
ock County Texas spent sever;:
An act regulating the licentng of Pool
and Billiard halls in the Town of
Be it enacted by the Board of Trus-
tees of the Town of Davenport, Okla.
Sec. 1. 1'hat it shall be unlawful
for any person to conduct a pool or
billiard hall within the limits of th
Town of Davenport, Okla. witout having
previously made application to the
Board of Trustees of the Town of
Davenport, Oklahoma and been granted
a license for same.
Sec. 2. Any person wishing to con-
duct a Pool and Billiard hall in the
Town of Davenport shall make appli-
cation to the Board of Trustees for
license and furnish bond to conduct
same In a lawful manner.
Sec. 3 The license for conducting a
pool or billiard hall shall be $ "" 00
per month for the first table and
f .';00 P®r mont<' each additionly
table to be paid quarterly In advance.
™ u"n ,PerBOn vioIating this Ordi-
nance shall be fined upon conviction in
any sum not less than $5.00 nor more
than $2o 00 for each violation thereof.
Sec. o. It is necessary for the imme-
diate preservation of the Public peace
health and safety that this Ordinance
become effect immediately and an
emergency is therefore declaired to
exist as required by law.
J.G McCue, " Oby Olson,
Town Cierk. Chairman
and Skin Eruption
Babies need a perfect skin—cover- ^
ing. S in eruptions cause them not 1 ^
only intense suffering, but hinder1
their growth. DR. HOBSON'S ECZ-
EMA OINTMENT can .be relied ■
for relief and permanenent cure of
suffering babies whose skin eruption
have made their life miserable.
"Our baby was afflcted wirh break-
ing out of the skin all over the faee
and scalp. Doctor and s in specialis
failed to help. We tried Dr. Hobson'.
Eczema Ointment and were overjoy-
ed to see baby completl^ cured before .
one box was used" writes Mrs.
Struber. Dubuque, Iowa, all druggists
or by mail, 50c.
Bring your job work to us we
will be glad to do it for you.
\ ou will have to excuse otn
mistakes this week as this is our
firstattempt to put out a paper
But we will probably do belle,
Jhon fioggs was in Davenport
Chas. F. Bnzzi
legal Business in
October 22nd to November 1st
Octob. r 29th is to he Lincoln Co!
Day. Headquarters at Lincoln
legal v, oi t
i llMIt ailee
I have sold my shop and win
turn same over by the 20eth of'
October. Those who owe me wi
please come in and settle.
J. A. Justice.
of legal blanks,
done.City & farm
Buy, soli and ex-
i lunge real estate, Money
to loan on improved farms.
Special attention given to
Kenls. 1 axes, and Invest-
J. J. fitzpatkick,
Free Homestead Land
f. A. Mitchell and son had the
misfortune to lose a inula one
A. A. Swarts was in Chandler
transacting business Wednesday.
Notice tor Publication
State of oklahoma, County of Lincoln.
Dr. B. F. Nickel!, p,aintjff
Mrs. Annie Brown. Defendant
th. J T E'8 Moore-J,lstlce of
he Peace for the Town of Davenport.
Said defender,t Mrs. Annie Brown
( alifoinia has millions of acres
yet vacant. Good land, water.
Wood, Range. Grows fruit,
grain aud stock. No snow
storms, blizzards or floods.
Full description with plats of
the land $1. Residence 27 years.
A. Kenoyer (locator)
Hanford. Cal. "
We offer one hundred dollars
reward for any case of oattarrh
that cannot be cured by Hair .
Cat tan h Cure.
F- J Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
We the undersigned, have known
*■ J. Cheney for the last 15 years
and believe him perfectly honorable
n all business transaction and finan-
cially able to carry out Any obliga-
tions made by his firm.
National Hank of Commerce,
Hall's Cattarrh Cure is taken in-
UrnaHy acting directly upon (he
hlood and mueouos surface of the
system. Testimonials Bent fr0o
Price 76 cents per bottle. Sold by
a.l Druggists. J
patton* Han a Fami'y Pi"s for con8ti-
Cliicago and the
North and East
and Sew Right Use the
phe Rotary White is
if: a Sewing machine
worthy your highest
| Sold on small payments.
^ allowance in exchange on your
| machine. -
White Sewing Machine Co.,
W. J. Heddly, mgr.,
t Oklahoma City, Okla.
A new line of Underwear for
the whole femily at the Daven
port Merc Co.
The reason a woman is a woman is
because if her watch has a beautiful
monogram engraved on the back she
down t care whether it keeps time or
Do You Fear Ct
No matter how chronic your cough
or how severe your throat or lung ail-
ment is, Dr. King's New Discovery will
surely h« |n you it mau •■■■■, . '
r* a ■ . * avo y«ur I
life, atillman Green, of Malichite, !
col., writes: "Two doctors said I
SAFEST LAXATIVE FOR WOMAN
Nearly every woman needs . good lax-
"«VC. Dr. King's New Life Pill, are £ood
became thy \re prompt, safe, and do nor
"usepain. Mrs M. C. Dunlay of Lead-
"ys: "Dl King', New Life Pill!
helped her trouble, Qe, a box ,o-
Drug j ,r,Ct 25" Recommended by all
> f service that
a riiilroad jour-
of a necessary hardship
the passenger bound
for the north or east,
can t do better than to
arrange for a ticket
via the Frisco Lines.
Not a comfort has
been overlooked in the
make up of our trains.
You are served "ith
1* red Harvey meals in
a steel dining car. The
chair cars and sjoache*
are of steel construction,
and the sleepers of the
latest Pulhuan design.
The whole train is elec-
and sleeipng car reser-
vation will l,o cheerfully
By the U. S. Indian Agency, the Dawes
Commission; the banks, packing houses, mil-
roads, and best business houses. We are fur-
nishing help for aJJ these, but cannot supply
the demand. Do YOU want such a position?
i he cost is small but the returns are grc?
1 ou are assured a good salary and a success-
ful business career. Our co-operative plan saves
time and money. Let us tell you about it.
Places for deserving students to work for board.
Muskogee Business ColJege
Muskogee, Okla. 436-438 Court St. Pnone 215<\
will take notice' that sho h.>u i... |, " .
•ued in the above named Cour^bJ £1 'ZTT n ^
!L° T.l'. Srjp.*
p .. 1 ""'u 1 'aintiff s bill of
Particulars taken aa true and a judg-
ment for said Plaintiff will in' .aid
•cOon for aaid Amount Claimed and
for costs, and in the Attachment there
,nn7nied,Wil1 btRe <J'«'l'«CordS
Dated this 25th day of Sept. 19,3
|,;' " Moore. Ju.tice of Peace
tiels of ",at ateadfast-
Bess and constancy which we seek In
friendship |B sincerity. For nothin •
cero.tea<i'ast ^ Inslncere.-Cl
- • |41 ig ft
the sum of $37.50 for Medical v„, - ** if
Vice rendered and that person ll nm, , , 'V refunded if it fails to !
erty of said defendent has been sei^'-i r!,'"' Tho 1,1 st home remed) &
in Attachment (or Guamaishtnrnt'i <'olti , throat ar.d lunj; !
and aaid cause is set for Trial ; r 1' , f,lli- and ?'-00 $
25. day of Oct. 1913, at 10 a. at which by a11 bru^ist.
time if saul Defendant fails to appear
'•«-of _ . @
STRENGTHEN WEAK KIDNEYS
Don't suffer longer with we.k idncys. ®
can ,<t firomp relief by taking Elec. ;
<" Bitters, that wonderful remedy praised 1 ^
by woman everywhere. Start with a botUe A
, 1 *'> . uu wil1 .00:1 feel like a new woman 1
with ambition to work, without fear of pain.
Mr. John DowllngofSan Francisco, write,: T
raimide for the wonderful effect of Elec- ifc
""ie Bittern promp, me to write. It curled i |
myw.lc when ,I else fa,led. " Good for A
the liver a well Nothing better for Indi ! |
ge,tion or biliousness. Price 50c and $l .0« A
«> all druggist,. | y
H. P. Woodruff,
Get Link Roberts to call Dr. W
your sale. The New Era job I.
office will print your sale!dwea'^is1 rlf•,tion tu R -.
bills reaonable. artd chli''
As you go down th sti. el
■ i'li clothes clean and neat,
1 h>' fact is simpjt! an ! ' rue,
"Id clot!;, ; looks life,, i '
Have your clothes cleane'"
l>lv-ed hy, Wr,:. y '
w™LL°f C0NE VALLEV' COLORADO,
Thos. G. A mire
Insurance and Farm i,o-
FiiKt National Bank >n
Drs. r.duw i n & [
Room,; 1, 2, and 3,; Feuq
Po S. TcrrSU
Get Col. L. Roberts
To Cry your Sales. The man
that gets you the most money.
You will find him at Daven-
•'0 to 7o
80 to 12,5
50 to io
oOO to tiOO
(>00 to 800
•) to !)
other cr„,.: jrrovv j„ profusion
in the world. Thousands of
from 11,000* 11.13,000
country in the U. S. 17i)tt ..'1 .
from our Railway station last ,u ' ' '
oi V\ heat per acre.
Oats " •>
Corn " "
Potatoes " "
Onions " >>
s Alt ill a
ne greatest (ruit btt t
iu 1111 • orchards, worth
1,0 is ff'oatest cattle
Train No. 414, Lowl
" -408, Passenger,
)t - SOUTH
, tram No. iu7.
if you go now before if j3 to ;
of the opening, yo„ can ' it,''' r taku a,1^ntag,.
wit" Pen« tn d Water iSJu f' > ^ la„,
■ t timeol filingaud the babi.c ■ ,,n li" '~ ' ,10r acrtS 20,:
aud $2-2.50 per acre fo, a |',nil V T' 1" f°'" Vl
goes with the land, pahle 15 ,,that
- percent per month. Or y„ . Glance
and te.im to ork on the irri it,! , lif*'!"" ' "'U' ha,ld
iU "-("Pe'^uyandhavothr Sll th"
011 your coii'ract. ' unh,ui"
Bor lull iiiforni.it,ion, an
l-oiio O i
W. T. Lj
^ |.'J8 (;oUr(; 8(.
DENTAL PARLOi '
CsrAausHEo i SHAWNEE, OKL/
'0« e main Ovrn h.ckc / p
I Bridge Work
0/Teeth $5 00; IJoo-r. ' *
*LL WO K OUARANTEu.a
earned upplj, ,|
•ampix "t-OHon- run
SiWwon Bheunidtic < „l.r
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Baugus, R. A. The New Era. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 16, 1913, newspaper, October 16, 1913; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109917/m1/4/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.