The New Era. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 29, 1914 Page: 4 of 8
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DAVENPORT, OK I- A., NEW ERA
THE NEW ERA
IT BUSH El) THURSDAYS.
Entered as second claws mail master
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 the year.
HOPELESS LUNG TROUBLE CURED.
Many recoveries from I.unpr troubles
are due to I)r Bell's I'ine-Tar-Honey.
It strengthens the Lungs, checks the
cough and gives relief at once. Mr.
W. S. Wilkins, Gates, N. C., writes:
"I 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 i« dry and hacking let it trickle
down the throat, you will Burely f?et
relief. Only 2f>c at your Drujfjfist.
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Decrease the production of cot-
ton next year.
THE MAGIC WASHING STICK
"The Magic Washing Stick is the
fives! thing in the world. Cleans O'.p
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. I
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
fi r 25c or by mail from A. B. Richards
Ni.dicine Co., Sherman, Tex.
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Plant a garden. Get the
giound ready now. Mauuie it
ai d plow it deep net'ore freezing
vit ather. Get the seed now.
S.ive the seed you have, or have
tho children do it. Seed that
will cost money in I he spring ean !
t)i secured now with little etTolt. raentg. Your money back if not satis-
tied, but it does give almost instant
Dealness Cannot be Cured relief.
|f |p K*
by local applications, as they cannot . „
' . j. , .• ,,, I increase tne production ol
reach the diseased portion of the ear. '
There is only one way to cure deafness | tood products.
and that is by constitutional remed os.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con-
Siore the cotton you liav^- and
sell it as the price justifies.
The price of cotton is neaih
sure to lie low for a year or more,
and the price of ft Hid products is
^ure to be high.
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
; jickly 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
I colds, sore and swollen joints, rheuma-
tism, neuralgia, sciatica and like ail-
War in Europe means ruin
dition of the mucous lining of the fur the American cotton farmer.
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 nnlens the inflammation can be
taken out and this tube restored to its
normai condition, hearing will be des-
troyed forever; nine cases out of ten
arc caused by Catarrh, which is noth-
ing but an inflamed condition of the
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
The system is wrong or this
would not be true. Now is the
opportune time to change the
YOUR FALL COLD NEEDS 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-
lows 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.
Safe farming commands credit
in any money market.
SKIN DISEASE CURED
Delivery and Hauling
... . . . Trunks hauled to or from both
Your Druggist guarantees to return .
your money if Hunt's Cure fails to j depots promptly HEd carefully,
cure skin disease-itch, eczema, tetter j ^ j; £ READY NOW
ringworm and other forms of skin
trouble. Also fine for piles, old sores.
Costs nothing if it fails to cure. Give
it a trial.
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Safety first, ainl low interest
In the mean time get a hen.!
a cow, a pig, as many of them
as you have feed for.
THE OLD RELIABLE
(.'loaning and Pressing parlor.
Hats made good as n*iw.
"'Ladies work'4 Orders for
suits. Shoes Repaired.
STOPS PAIN RIGHT NOW
Dr. W. D. Buird
Physician anil Surgeon
. . .. , . . .... . .t Special attention to Res. Ph ne G
Hunt h Lightning Oil gives almost
. . .• f u ^.4; „ i diseases of women Oft ee, 4
instant relief in cases of rheumatism,
. • . j . A a an<l children
neurrlgia. headache, etc., and acts as
Get Col. L. Roberts
To Cry your Sales. The man
that gets you the most money.
You will find him at Daven-
healing oil on cuts and bruises.
Every home should keep a bottle
handy. Get it at any reputable drug
store in 26c and 50c bottles.
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Get a home canner or, better,
make one out of two old tubs
and ( ne good one. It will cost
less than a dollar.
Keep Your Stomach
and Liver Healthy.
A vigerous stomach, perfect working
liver and regular acting bowels is
guaranteed if you will use Dr. King's
New Life Pills. They insure good di-
gestion, correct constipation and have
an excellent tonie effect on the whole
system —purify your blood and lid you
of all body poisons thru the bowels.
Only 25c at your druggist.
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Luke McLuke says a whole
lot of married men regard Home
as a place where you can change
Sanitarium fully equ pped I
Drs. I.ouwien & Hanson
Rooms 1, 2, and 3, Keuquay Hlilg
Our idea of a glnttoD is a
grown man who can eat as
much as a 10-year-old boy
THE MAGIC WASHING STICK
"The Magic Washing Stick is just
fine. It did just what you said it
would do and the clothes were so nice
and white with all that hard 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 25c, or by mail from A. B.
Richards Medicine Co., Sherman, Tex.
is to buy the machine
with the name NEW
HOME on th'* arm
nd in the legs.
urranted for all
The depositors of State Banks know that there is
no cause for worry, for their funds are absolutely
secured by the STATE BANK GUARANTY
LAW. The protection of your deposits is paid for.
Why not use it? A dollar will open an account at
Davenport State Bank.
No other like it ffl
No other as good vO*
The New Home Sewing Machine Company,
F. M. Stock well
Will drill anywhere. Always
satisfy. Call me up.
Davenport Oklahoma I
Can make you look young again at the j
Hi LLThe COUGH]
I#1 sot a$ too f
rU"^OLDS 1° TRIAL BOTTLE TREE
AND AH THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES]
. Off MONEY REFUNDED.
i FRISCO TIME CARD
414 Governor -
444 Local freight
10 Meteor (don't stop)
408 Passenger -
9 Meteor (don't stop)
407 Passenger -
2:12 a. r
11:35 a. r
7:00 p. r
8:06 p. r
12:53 p. r
5:19 a. r
6:37 a. r
8:50 a. r
2:42 p. r
SANTA FE TIME CARD
A North Bound
0 414 Local freight
^ 408 Passenger
p South Bound
^ 407 Passenger
J 413 Local freight
8:55 a. m.
2:07 p. m.
1:40 p. m.
3:35 p m.
N. P. MYRS
A full Mine of coffins and ras
kets always on hand
■ Embalming done.
THOS. G. ANDREWS, of Stroud
Candidate for County Attorney.
Why you should vote for him:
Because—The present countv attorney has tried less than thirty-five percent of the
causes that stood for trial in tho county court.
Because—The present, county attorney has tried less than twenty-tive percent of
the causes that stood for trial in the district court.
Because—The present county attorney says that the causes not tried are "insignifi-
cant" caues and should not be tried. •
Because—The "insignificant"' cases are burglary cases, forgery cases, rape cases,
selling whiskey cases, etc.
Because—Some people think that these cases are not "insignificant" cases and that
they should have buen tried.
Because—Lincoln County has paid out more to conduct the county attorney's office
under the present county attorney, as HE says, "without a deputy" than it did under
th° former county attorney with a deputy.
Because—The present county attorney denies the above statements and says that
they are made for the purpose of defeating him for re election.
Because—The altovt statements are all taken from the records of Lincoln county
and can be verified by any interested tax payer or voter.
Because—After strenuous denials and a great muddling of the figures, the fact re
mains that John J. Davis was paid $til0 00 for representing Lincoln County and for
doing work that should have l>een done by the county attorney.
Because—Tho present couuty attorney did not save Lincoln County *2400.00, us ho
has stated, or any other amount.
Look. ECONOMY. Road.
Why you should vole for J, Bart Foster:
"He will do the work."
If elected, his office will be open before 8 a, m. and will
not close at 5 p. m.
"He will save you one deputy."
(You know why.) * His ability is unquestionable.
Remember Economy First.
4i will do the work," Second.
READ MY CARDS.
Note comparison between Brady Brown as
Register of Deeds froom January 1st, 1911 to
December 31st, 1912 and Joe Pringy's from
January 1st, 1913 to September 1st, 1914:
For the twenty-four months Brady Brown's receipts were $13,212.45
Extra deputy hire $405.48. An average extra expense of $16.90 per
Joe Pingry's receipts for the twenty months were $10,038.45. Extra
deputy hire $864.3:?. Average expense of $43.21 per month.
For twenty-four months extra deputy hire
would amount to almost three times as much
for $1,037.17 on the average.
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Tryon, W. M. The New Era. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 29, 1914, newspaper, October 29, 1914; Davenport, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109967/m1/4/: accessed February 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.