The New Era. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 22, 1914 Page: 1 of 6
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Vol 3. No. 51.
DAVENPORT, LINCOLN COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JANUARY, 22 1914.
$1.00 per year
Notice To Public
My t'arm is no longer in
the h ncls of the Realestate-
G. T, Castle.
LOSr: a Rube: belt for a
ga«uiii"' engin some where be
tw ipma and Halls stora.
Ku 1 ! leave at the New"
Ei atul receive liberal
1'tMV . ,i
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. i.nn loans. See J. T
11 . Davenport Okla.
white goods at Ha'ls
fo |> ng "f wing. Jan 28,
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! i Oil acres ^>f land or
lit: i.lis,1 o: term to suit
jiu E B Moore.
\ i' ■ e i Halls Jin '.8
,'t oc .r,t
Wi :'.rne3tine & Margreat
d i -hopping in Chan
j* j* j*
Hudson & little Tho-
Mis .i- H, gg if (handler
spen x Sun lay with Rub)
W ;vi. Tucker returned Sat
from a rip in Ark.
Pe Os'an arrived in oui
Mi ; J. T.
mas : . li ned Sat. from an exten-
ded with hjr parents it
Km - i .
Ain Adams is on the sick
lis ill ;v,.e;.
ji JI .w
V mderful Cough Remedy,
Dr. Si "s w DiCoverv is known
ev( ■.! a the remedy which wil
sure] ac< .ifjh orcold. D.P. Lawson
of Ec ,Ter.n. writes: "Dr. King,s.
new 11 very is the most wonderful
con ;1 ' and throat and luu? medi-
cine ! :td in my store. It can't
be Li ells without any trouble at
all. IL i Is no guarantee." This is
true, i Dr. King's New Dis-
covei c'lieve rhe most obstinate
of cor • ni colds Lung troubles quickly
heli i ts use. You shoud keep a
bottl .; house at all times for the
mom the family 50c and $1.00.
All'Di or-by mail H.E. Bucklen
4 Co lolqhiu or St. Louis.
Ace e ^ore Throat.
nothing better for
pi.rt •... • n Hunt's Light-
ni:i P t it on at night, and
the nine; th< soreness is
usu i • Hubbed on chest
is ti >:•' lungs' often pre
ven neiinisnia. Huni's
Ligi Oil is sold by all repu-
tabl ;est en 25c and 50c
bottl' \ B. Richards Medicine
Coii. Sherman Yexai.
J. G. Mccue has return from a
trip East where he has been
visiting friends and relative.
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Nellie Hall went to Stroud
Friday, returning Sunday eve.
Quite a covey of our younger
set attended the play at Chan
dler last Thurs. night Among the
ones that were present were
Misses Irvin, Robersou and Hall
Messers Burges-i, Bagwell and
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Mr. G . Renfro of Tulsa was in
Davenport Friday on business.
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Mr. VV.-N.Viceof Moorefield
Ky is visiting his sister Mrs. O.
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Mr f. T. Hamilton was in
Drumright last week on business
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Jhon Boggs was in Davenport
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W. I 1 rid Mr. I\r ie!r
both of Chandler were trans
acting Social & Busi less affairs
in Davenport Sunday.
Lav urnce Melton of
pent Sunday with his
Mr an'.i Mrs Ed Meiton.
M. !'. Taulbee was in Okla.
Uity Wednesday, to attend the
Wedding of his sister-in-law.
Miss B'osfom Lamberson to Mr.
Cook of that City.
Mrs J. H. Taulbee entertained
it a 6'nclock dinner a few of hei
friend < in lienor of Mrs H. O.
Ilandt i's birthday, Sunday Jan.
ft- St- If
S.C. Sanderson of 3heib;>.rn
K.Y. is I.ere u i ing Lis «i t
who is improving nicely .1
visiting with J.R. Robrr son
and Mrs- Bettie Alexander
ji j> ji
Eight boxes of matches fov
25 cts at the Davenport. Merc Co.
JI JI M
Do you want to buy th3 best
groceries in town for the small
e t prices?
why dont you go to Trumbos
where you can get. them? quit
buying cheep goods.
Milt Taulbee has just returned
from Guthrie where he assisted
in conferring the Sc ottish Rite
degrees of Freemasonry during
the mid winter reunion there.
On his return he received notice
that he had been appointed Aide
on the Staff of the Department
Commander United Spanish
War Veterans. Milt is a veteran
of the Phili| pine campaign and
we are all glad to see him so
Go with the croud to the
Davnprrt Merc Co. and save 25
cts on the dollar.
Whit, do you wont to do? I
know yon want to call on
Trumbo aiid pay that old accour t
lefore you buy goods somewheie
elceand pay his money for them.
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Mi s Janie Ilill of Sherman
Texan spent the day witli her
sister Mrs, Carl Whitman last
Mr, R. E. Whitt-n of C'l ilia
the Texas is here on business
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Mrs J B. Colvin
on the sick list.
Killed by Train
A young mexican boy about
twenty years old, while riding a
Frisco freighs train early last
Friday night fell under the
whee)s and one leg was cut off
just below the knee, *and the
other foot was badly crushed.
He lay near the track a mile
east of here, where the accident
occured, the rest of the night.
About eight o'clock the next
morning the faction men dis-
covered him and brought him to
the station where Dr. Baird was
called and gave him medical aid.
In the afternoon he amputated
the injured limb above the knee,
but tho exposure and loss of
blood caused his d ath Satur
day mot-ning. He was buried
in the L avenport. ceoietiy.
Little was learned of the boys
parents, but he instructed that
some friend in Norman bd noti-
fied. which was done.
This should he a warniift; t"
some of of our bova who pers st
in jeopardizing their life anil
| limbs by ruling trains, and we
is repo i ted ! sintel'e,>' hoP° il ^'ni'lar accident
will not occur.
Mrs Stella Whit, was shopping
in Chandler Monday.
Mr Luther Oldham left Mon.
for Enid Okla. where ha will
S >end a few days on business.
Biard is on the
Miss Ruby Olson
Queer things, these alleged wise
saws. "Know thyself," for instance.
On the other hand, "familiarity breeds
contempt." How do you dope that
Watch for the white sale at
Halls begining January '2N.
The best always pays. If you
want something to eat dont fail
to call on the tighi, man iu ihe
right place. Trumbo has the I est
meat ;> mli ce and gtoceries. Go
to th ■ o'il si and by.
W. V. Ti umbo.
\V. 111 s
and s sti i
<1 M s Ali
Mi-s De'pbia Whit of Ciish
i er grandmother
S V1SI' Oli
Every living you need in groce
ries Feed iSc Flour at the Dav< n
port Merc Co. at living prices,
money back if not satisfied.
ft' M" ft'
Seed potatoes at tho Daven-
port. Merc Co.
Mrs Bet.iie AleXander inlet
tained the Lady maccabees Tues
afternoon. An enjoyable after
noon was spent in crocheting
and writing locals for the paper.
Deiightfut refreshment weie
•I. T ii'jmilton was in Okla
(Jit ■. this week.
1'HE YOUTH'S COMPANION
CALENDAR FOR 1011.
Tho publishers of The Yout h's
Co n|Mnion will, as always at
present to e -ei
subsci in r vlio.se suhscriptii n >s
■ ! for 1914, a. caleml ir for t. i
new yi ir. It, is a gem < f cat ml.
'I ing i ii ! decorative tnoun
ti i in r ;ch, but it is suhoidiiii.
• ■ to the main purpose to p
uco a calendar that is usefu
W lien a man getE something i<
aotl-ing he is pretty sure to think
might have been something better.
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Groom, President Irving Stacy, Vice-President
M. H. Taulbee, Cashier
Davenport State Bank
O 9 £'• • -$
to.loan at all times on approved security. ^
. tes bought on liberal terms.
•posits Guaranteed ktj State Law ®
Don't Fail To Come-
■jibo's Grocery & Meat Mkt.
ry Time You Come To Town-
W H Y ?
. ause We sell everything that's good to eat at
P that will make You glad you callcd at our Store.
Phone your order to no. 35
Having purchased the business of P. S.Terril.
1 wl£h to anounce that I expect to carry a
complete and up to date line of Caskets Coffins
and Robes, will be ready day or night to extend
to patrons courteous and fair treatment in every
Res. Phone 60. stOre. 26.
Respt N. P. Myers
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The boys of Davenport have
decided that the only way to
have an efficient Basket Ball
team is to rent a hall in which
tliey can practice and develop
team work. And as a result they
have lented the hall first door
n nth of Jetsam inn Hotel on
Broadway where they have
equipped a real convenent hall,
and three nights oat of each
week (Tues. Thurs, and Sat.
night) find them busy practicing
f >r coming futures.
We feel that, the boys have
icted wisely m thus adding this
"gymnasium" to their every
day school life. This exercise is
highly commendable fcr students
especially ^ii Im who as a ruin, do
not take sufficient exercise.
W„ hope the peopl of town
^ill lend their sympathy and
good feeing to thin movement, as
nothing is more fitting toai •jnse
interest in school spirit than ,,'ood
athletic team of whom both
school and town can justly feel
To safeguard this movement
from riots and objectior able
proceedure the boys have ada-
pted a constitution and by laws
th it provide for fine or expul-
sion of any who fail to remem-
ber that the hall is a fit place lor
Ins moth, i and sister. Thev de-
clair their intention of keeping
ihe ball in such way as to make
it an ideal place for women as
well as ail elce, ta spend a plea-
ant evening. L9tsall give them
our hearty surpoi t and help pay
their expenses by payi'ii? a small
admission fee to all match
games they in ry decide to play
lime m the future.
A. Well Wisher.
Wi: Know bow to buy. we
* how how to sell, and Will give
our customers better, goods for
less money. Davenport Merc Co.
Things gained are gone, Dut great
■hings done endure.—Algurnon Swin-
x Your opportunity to v
OWN YOUR OWN HOME |
1 have several choice i
Farms for sale on the $
EASY PAYMENT PLAN, Can
give from TEN to TWENTY |
years time at 6 pcl'c:nt with a ij:
SMALL CASH PAYMENT. j
J, W. Stalker. |
vkt s. Phot e 70. Office Phone
List Price $20.00
m? Keniir.?ton Auto-Lowlinff
A Big Game Rifle that
ySurcPIrt No Balks No Joans
^Or«ftr from yoar Pwlcr/.
(Send for lljntjbomcly IllubtniUd
Cataloj; No. 11
v 1."Stevens Arms & .Tool Co.,
Chicopee Falls, Mass.
School - Notes
Tho patrons of the school will
doubtless be glad to know that
all departments of the school are
aliout, as full as can Oe taken care
The High School room is so full
of pupils that we have to allow
three to sit on a seat in some of
the rows of des'Ts. As a result of
this congestion the school spirit
in at least 25 per better than
when we did not have a full
house. It has been our ex prance
that when numbers are greatest,
interest, is more intence. we
would be glad to have the pa-
trons of- the school visit us and
see the work that is going on.
There is perfect harmony among
all teachers and pupils and we
flatter ourselves with tho opin
ion that we have the hearty sym-
pathy and surport of the patron-
age. though if we were to judge
your interest by your attendence
at school during working hours,
we would think that you \\era
«nad. But we. realize that most of
you lutve something to do as
well as «<t ha•m, and we do not
think i-. a lack of iuteiesi that
keeps you irom the school all tho
time except when the Literary
.societies nive their little enter-
tain inents. we see many of you
then and from that We feel that
you are in accord and sympathy
with us, and as a result we take
it granted thattheieis no fric-
tion at all of any kind whatever
in t he Davenport school. The
teachers will try to keep up this
friendly goodnatured sp rit by
doing the best for your children
that is possible for us to do, and
we will be glad for you to try
to (come to see us during the
daytime that you may really see
the pupils and teachers in their
every day work-
-Jiw.e will expect all the natrons .
of the schcol to visit us Friday,
night the 24th. as that is tho
date for our first Literary Socie-
ty after the holidays. There will
be a special progame given bv
the scnool with perhaps some
additional features from the
outside that you do not want to
misfl. Every body come and help
us liaye a good time, and keep
the closer relatiouaship with
teacher, patron and pupil. If at
any time you think any thing is
not going as it should, we will
be glad for you to come and tell
us and if it somes unde our con-
trol, we will be more than glad
to stop it.
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We re here for business, and
if quality prices and fair treat-
ment will win We will get your
business. Davenport Meic Co'
A letter received fiom C. 0.
i Kandel at Sam Mai has Tex.
: says he is imptoveing in helth.
Rithois aks wlngf, comforts vanish,
| i jjip withers i-y,sj hut Iovfk stay*
111 l.ov.. ik Ooil.—\#M Wntliirn.
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Baugus, R. A. The New Era. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 22, 1914, newspaper, January 22, 1914; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109931/m1/1/: accessed June 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.