The New Era. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 8, 1914 Page: 4 of 8
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THE NEW P]RA
DA VKN POFT, OKI,™,
Entered as second class mail matter
at the post office at Davenport, Okla..
according to act of Congress of March
W. M. TRYON, Editor.
M. A. HUMPHREY, Publisher,
The New Era— $1 the year.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con-
dition of the mucous lining of the
Eustachian Tube. When this tube is
inflamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and when it is en-
tirely closed. Deafness is the result,
and nnless the inflammation can be
taken out ami this lube restored to its
normai condition, hearing will be des-
troyed forever; nine cases out of ten
are caused by Catarrh, which is noth-
ing but an inflamed condition of the
We will give One Hundred Dollar*
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free
F. J. Cheney H Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists. 75c.
Take Hall's Family Tills for consti-
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Much Coal In Formosa.
Coal la second In value among the
mineral productions of Formosa
There are fifteen seams of coal ex
tending from the north coast to Toon
and Schlnchiku perfectures. There
kre four varieties, anthracite, black-
brotui. and two varieties of brown.
YOUR FALL COLD NEEOS ATTENTION
No use to fuss and try to wear it out
—It will wear you out instead. Take
Dr. King's New Disdovery. relief fol-
low* quickly. It checks your cold and
soothes your cough away. Pleasant,
antiseptic and healing. Children like
It. Get a 50c bottle of Dr. King's New
Discovery and keep it in the house
"Our family cough and cold doctor"
writes Lewis Chamberlain, Manches-
ter, Ohio. Money back if not satisfied,
but it nearly always helps
Evidently Ready for Him.
A gentleman who had been In town
only three dava. but who had been
paying attention to a prominent belle,
wanted to propose, but was afraid hi
would be thought too hasty. He deli-
cately broached the -wibject as fol-
""K I were to speak to you of mar-
riage, after havlnc only made your
acquaintance three days ago, what
would you say to ltT"
"Well. I should aay never put off
till tomorrow that which you should
have done tho day before yesterday."
GATHERED BY OUR COUNTRY COUSINS FROM EVERYWHERE
(Too late for last week.)
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. McDaniel
near Sac and Fox agency was
the guests of Mrs. ti. T, Renfro
Mrs. Virl Renfro and Miss
Lillie Renfro spent Sunday
morning pecan gathering.
Miss Mary (Jonley from Cart-
hage Missouri, is visiting relati-
ves near North Slope.
Harold Gilbert is going to
Tulsa Saturday to visit his
friend, Bert Renfro.
Mr. and Mrs. Lucino Mo
Daniel, near Stroud, are the
proud parents of a big baby
A big crowd attended prayer
meeting at Oak Grove Sunday
Misses Jennie and Lula Rey-
nold spent Sunday aud Sunday
night at the home of Miss Mc-
Mrs. Greenwood and daughter
Mrs. Grace Lutnme spent Sun
day afternoon with Mrs. R. T.
Renfro and family.
(To late for last week.)
Mr. Sam Gather is on the sick
list this week.
Mr. Tom Kerns was a caller
on his Brother £dd one day last
Miss Myrtle Gather was at the
home of Noah James Wednes-
Mrs. Sawyers and Mrs. Oupp
was Sunday callers at the home
of Alix James.
Mr. Brav is buying cattle in
this vicinity this week.
Mr. Edd Kerns is on the sick
list this week.
The true follows of Christ
held a meeting at Rose Hill last
M r. Noah and son J. F. was
Stroud callers Wednesday.
Kendrick and vicinity attended
the fair at Oklahoma City las!
week. All report a good time.
CHANDLER, ROUTE SIX
This cool wind reminds us that i
winter is coming again.
Mrs, C. W. Slack attended the
fair at Oklahoma City Wednes-
Miss George iiill commenced
the winter term of school at
Star Monday tiie 5th.
The Slacks spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs H. G. Rounsa-
vell and daughters Gertrude and
Erma spent Sunday at. the Bell
Dale Kimball, who is employ
ed in the Santa Fe depot at
Sparks, spent Sunday with bis
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Little Bruce Mitchell, of Okla-
homa City, is visiting his grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Slack and Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
Ray Rounsavell is out of
school now suffering from a bad
case of rheumatism.
We are all enjoying another
The Clematus items were re-
ceived this week, but were mis-
placed somehow, and we have
been unable to find them.
John P. Hickam
Candidate For Governor
Will Speak at the following Time and Place:
Chandler Saturday, Oct. 10, 1:30 p. in.
Wellston, Saturday, Oct. lOtli, 4 p. m.
Stroud, Saturday, Oct. 10, 7:30 p. m.
Hickam is the Fearless Champion of the
RIGHTS OF THE PEOPLE.
SAM A. KEY
EVERYONE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND.
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THE MA6IC WASHIN6 STICK
"The Magic Washing Stick is the
finest thing in the world. Cleans the
clothes without rubbing—makes the
whitest clothes I ever saw. I cannot
do without it anymore. All you say is
true, it does all you say it will. 1
would give it for nothing I have ever
used. Hope every lady will try it"
writes Mrs. W F. Gammill, Ashdown.
Ark. This peculiar article is sold by
grocers and druggists, three 10c sticks
for 25c or by mail from A. B. Richards
Medicine Co., Sherman, Tex.
Four Perfect Women.
1 The prophet Mahomet Is reported
to have Mild that "among men there
have been many perfect, but not
more than four of tho other sox t vo
attained perfection—to wit: Aslah,
Mary, Khadtjah and Fatlma." Aslah
was the wife of the l'haraoh of the
Exodus She forsook the faith of her
fathers, on account of which her hus-
band subjected her to many cruelties.
The Virgin Mary was the second
perfect woman, the prophet staUng
that "she had been exalted above all
the women of the world." Khadtjah
was the first wife of the prophet, "a
princess among women." FaUma, ac-
cording to Mahomet, waa tho fourth
perfect woman, she being his beloved
HOPELESS LUN6 TROUBLE CURED.
Many recoveries from I.ung troubles
are due to Dr. Hell's Pine-Tar-Honey.
It strengthens the Lungs, checks the
cough and give* relief at once. Mr.
W. S. Wilkina. Gates. N. C., writes:
"1 used Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey in
a case given up as hopeless and it ef-
fected a complete cure." Get a bottle
of Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. If your
cough it dry and hacking let it trickle
down the throat, you will surely get
relief. Only 26c at your Druggist.
The shower Tuesday morning
made it had on cotton picking.
Messrs G. M. Morand and J. J.
Crall made a business trip to
Avery Monday afternoon.
1). M. Gray bill attended the
socialist piouic a couple of miles
east of town Saturday and Sun -
Fenn Eby made a business
trip to Stillwater Sunday and
Rev. James Cage preached at
the Christian church Sunday
morning and evening. Both
services were well attended.
Elder J. W. Andersou, of
Maysville, Okla., was in Ken
urick Saturday. He was rec-
ently tailed to the pastorate of
the Baptist. church.
(Quarterly conference will he
hold at the Methodist church
The young peoples class of the
M. E. Sunday school were enter
tamed by J. W. Purcell ami wife
Friday evening. All present
had an enjoyable time.
A child of Mr. Williams died
Sunday and was buried Monday
afternoon at the Kendrick
cemetery. Mr. Williams lives
on the Geo. Manus farm be-
tween Kendrick and Davenport-
He moved to this place the first
of last \yeek.
Alva Hicks and Worldly Flynt
came hack frcjm Kansas one day
last week where they have been
working in the harvest and
threshing for some time.
There was a man in town
Monday buying horses. He
Several of the cilueub of
APPLY SLOAN'S FREELY FOR LUMBAGO.
\our attacks of Lumbago are not
nearly so helpless as they seem. You
can relieve them almost instantly by a
simple application of Sloan's Liniment
on the back and loins. Lumbago is a
form of rheumatism, and yields per-
fectly to Sloan's, which penetrates
quickly all in thru the sore, tender
muscles, limbers up the back and
makes it feel fine. Get a bottle of
Sloan's Liniment for 22c of any drug-
gist and have it in the house—against
colds, sore and swollen joints, rheuma-
tism, neuralgia, sciatica and like ail-
ments. Your money back if not satis-
fied, but it does give almost instant
j ji Ji
WONDERFUL AERIAL ACT
Flying Bicketts, Family of Three,
One of Greatest Attractions
at Fair.—Other Acts.
THE MAGIC WASHING STICK
"The Magic Washing Stick is just
tine. It did just what you said it
would do and the clothes were so nice
and white with all that har! rubbing
left off" writes Mrs. Sarah Goodale,
Preston, Texas. The Magic Stick is
not a soap nor a washing powder. Sold
by grocers and druggists, three 10c
sticks for 26c, or by mail from A. 13.
Richards Medicine Co., Sherman, Tex.
COLLAR FURNITURE COMPANY.
6lob# Wirnlck# Book Cites SiaW Mattresses, Hoostsr Kttchen Cabinets, Pianos, Organs
(First Published Oct. lot. 1914)
On Tuesday. Oct. the 20th. 1914. at 2:80 p. m.
I will sell to the highest bidder the property of
S. W. Hawkins, deceased, consisting: of lots from
5tol^in block 2. Davenport. Okla. Improve-
ments consisting: of one Rood 4 roomed house.
verandas, pantry and closets; good barn,
hen house and well; tine grape arbor and some
fruit trees and plenty of good shade m yard.
This property is well located and will make some
one a nice home. Will be sold for cash.
D. M. HAWKINS. Adm.
The Flying Bicketts, that wonderful
family of three persons, will appear
as u free attraction at the fair. This
art has been a great sensation
throughout the entire country. For
several seasons it has been headlin-
ing with some of the largest circuses
on the road. Those who understand
aerial acts say the Bicketts occupy
the throne of show people in this
The three members of this family
actually have no regards for the law
of gravitation. They sail through the
air with the ease of birds.
Another great attraction which will
be free is the Blake Comedy Circus.
This act carries Maude, the famous
Hee-Haw mule. The mule Is one of
the funniest animals in the show busi-
ness today. There are four ponies,
four uicmkesa. tour does and barrel*
of comedy and laughter. It is the best
one ring circus showing on fair time
The Flying Hosards. another com-
edy and classy act, will also be a free
attraction. Everywhere this produc-
tion has been staged it has pleased. U
• 111 do so again at Muskogee.
(First Published Oct. 1st 1914)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
In Jusoice Court in and for the Town of Ken-
drick in Lincoln County and State of Oklahoma7
before Wm. H. Castleman. Justice of the Peace;
J. M. I.angan & Son. Plaintiff vs Joe A. Rostcrc.
The Defendant, Joe A. Ko-stere will take notice
that he has been sued in the Justice Court of the
Town of Kendrick in Lincoln County and State of
Oklahoma, by (iamishment by the PlaintitT, J.
M. I^angan A Son. That suit was tiled on the 3rd
day of September. 1914. That unless he answers
the bill of particulars tiled by the Plaintiff in
said cause on or before the 2 rd day of October.
1914 at 1 o'clock p. m. of said t.
said bill of particulars will be
judgement will be rendered n
of said plaintiff for the sum
cosfei of the suit and the aust
Witness my hand at my otti
Kendrick, said County and St
Wm. H. CASTLEMAN. J
ay the allegation of
taken as ttueand
ccordingly. in favor
of $26.75 with the
lining of the gatv
< ■ In the town at
ite. this frith day Uf
STOPS PAIN RI6HT NOW
Hunt's Lightning Oil gives almost
instant relief in cases of rheumatism. j
ncurrlgia. headache, etc., and acts as
a healing oil on cuts and bruitee
Every home should keep a bottle'
handy. Get it at any reputable drug
■tore In 26e and 50c bottle*. ^
SKIN DISEASE CURED
Your Druggist guarantees to return
your money if Hunt's Cure fails to
cure skin disease--itch, eczema, tetter
ringworm and other forms of skin
trouble. Also tine for piles, old sores.
Costs nothing if it fails to cure. Give
Try the New Era's up-to-
now SALE DILLS. It pays.
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O. I). Groom, President Irving Stacy, Vice-President
M. H. Taulbee, Cashier
Davenport Slate Bank
Money to loan at all times on approved security.
Sale notes bought on liberal terms.
if)ef>osits buaranteed by State L?au>
EASY TO DARKEN ti
Clip this notice—Its worth f>0c
When your hair turns gray,
streaked with gray, white,f;un J
brittle, falling out. itching scalp
or dandruff, try the following:
On retiring rub t,* Ban lik a
shampoo on hair and scalp.
The gray disappears and anoth
er application or two of Q-j; n
tne hair is beautifulh darken d
and restored to original color.
It also becomes fluffy, glossy
luxurant with real hair health,
Q-Ban stojHs itching nud dan-
druff, and falling hair and pro-
motes its growth. Q-Ban is not
sticky or messy, and cannot in-
jure t.i stain the hair or scalp.
Delightful to use and sure to
darken gray hair so evenly and
naturally no one can tell. 50c for
a big Toz. bottle by pan ic post,
or return this notice and |l and
we will deliver you three bottles
If not satisfied by its use we
will give you back 11,50.
Address iiessig Ellis Drug Co.
Front Street. Memphis, Tent).
-ong-Llved Mines and Profit#.
Are long-lived mines more profitable
than short-lived o., <' Tho nvera&a
investor would consider Uils a foolish
question, assuming naturally that the
longer a mine lasts the greater the ac-
Just about the cot) rary ip the case.
The figures supplied by the mines de-
partment of Johannesburg, where tho
regularity of deposits on the Rand
makes it possible to j:iuige the lives of
mines with accuracy, should convtnc«
the skeptic that owInto compound In-
terest u long lift- does not add to thf\
value of a mine to the ex nt "ommon-
ly assumed.—Engineering and Minlnd
Keep Your Stomach
and Liver llc.ilttay.
A vigorous stomach, perfect working
liver and regular acting bowels is
guaranteed if you will use Dr. King's
New t ile Pills. They in t:re good di-
gestion, correct constipation and have
an excellent tome effect on the whole
sjstem purify your blood and rid you
of all body poisons thru the bowels.
Only 2.ic at your druggist.
Nevsr Touch** H
The average business i vi will gt
oil laughing at the spelllne reformer*
and depending on hi: stenographer to
help hlni out as usual when h; cornea
to hard word.
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