The New Era. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 12, 1914 Page: 4 of 8
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THE SCHOOL DOIN'S
WRITTEN FOR THE NEW ERA BY A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT
Try your best to p«rsuade
Prof, to wear Ins "new shoes"
for he came near getting his
great toe "frost hilton" Monday
There's •'Ixjils'' in the water
On Irvin's place.
For there's boils all over
The Irvin's face.
Roy Kounsavell and Margaret
Medlar have re entlv entered
Beta Massey is still out of
school, owing to her prolonged
Thiee of our debators chal>
| lenge ;iny three men (or women)
; in town to debate the following
question: "Resolved, That the
i hole in a cannon is a gieater
factor than the steel that sur-
rounds it." If you decide to
■ accent the challenge, communi-
cate with Prof. Cisco, the Pro-
Male Quartette Wednesday,
Nov. 25 by Cisco, Adams, Davie
John Bianey and Roy Harri-
son are the most talkative (0
pupils in school.
Don't forget the Philomae
thian Literary Society will
present their next program
Wednesday night. November 25.
You can't afford to miss it.
Pi of. needs a hair cut but you
can't convince him of the fact.
His contention is that it is not
long enough yet to be cut with
"Coon Creek Courtship" to
be played No*. 25 #t the Liter-
ary. Negro farce in one act by
Granviile Grigsby and Lucile
Irvin. It will l>e worth a dollar
to see the bashful "Johnny
Overalls'' make love to his
"Coon Creek" sweetheart
"Sally Grindstone." Don't for-
get—the night before Thanks-
TIIE NEW BRA
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.
STOI'S ItHKl MATISM PAIN RIGHT
It is astonishing how quickly
Hunt's Lightning Oil relieves pain.
Kub it on and the hurting fades away
alniost instnatly. That's why so many
people keep it in their home for one
never knows when they will need
this excellent liniment." For Neural-
gia, headache and the like there 1s
nothing better. Sold by all Druggists
in 2oc and 50c bottles.
W ACTIVE I.IVKit MEANS
it you want good health, a clear
complexion and freedom from Diz-
ziness, Constipation, Biliousness,
Headaches and Indigestion, take Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They drive
out fermenting and undigested foods,
cltar the Blood and cure Constipa-
tion. Only 25c. at your druggist.
Luke McLuke says—Hush
money does more talking than
any other kind.
TUK WO.VDEIIEUL MAtilC WASH
• The Magic Washing Stick, the
greatest helper woman ever had with
her washing, and 1 have been singing
tts praise to my neighbor, writes Mrs.
Mollie Martin, Route 3, Apache, Okla.
It Is truly a wonderful article, sav-
ing all the washboard labor pn wash-
day. Three Magic Washing Sticks
for 25c. Enough for fifteen big
washings. Makes clothes white as
snow. A. B. Richards Medicine Co.,
Fred Dickinson went to
Brooksville, Mo , this week to
get a new auto for his father.
1K)N'T DELAY TREATING Vol It
A slight cough often becomes seri-
ous, Lungs get congested, Bronchial
Tubes fill with mucous. Your vitality
i< reduced. You need Dr. Bell's Pine-
Tar-Honey. It soothes your irritated
air passages, loosens mucous and
makes your system resist Colds. Give
(he Baby and Children Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-Honey. It's guaranteed to
help them. Only 25c. at your Drug
A new line of dry goods just
opened at low cash prices.—
Davenport Merc. Co.
A girl can put in ten years
acquiring Culture, but that
won't keep her from snoring
when she is asleep says Luke
Mrs. Kate Wilson arrived
yesterday from Nichols County,
Kv. to be at the liedside of her
sister, Mrs. Bettie Alexander.
Till THIS FOII YOl It COIGH.
Thousands of people keep coughing
because unable to get the right rem-
edy. Coughs are caused by Inflam-
mation of Throat and Bronchial
Tubes. What you need is to soothe
this Inflammation. Take Dr. King's
New Discovery, it penetrates the del-
icate mucous lining, raises the
Phlegm and quickly relieves the con-
gested membranes. Get a 50c. bottle
from your druggist. "Dr. King's New
Dlacovery quickly and completely
•topped my cough" writes J. R
Watts, Floydale, Texas Money back
it not saUtiled, but it nearly always
The story comes from one of
the local papers in Arkansas
about a man that was afraid of
a thunder storm and crawled
into a hollow log. The thunder
rolled, the rain poured down in
torrents and the log swelled up
until the poor fellow was wedg-
ed iu do tight that he could not
move. All his past sins began
to pass before him when he
suddeDly remembered that he
had not paid his newspaper sub-
scription. He said this made
liim feel so smiall that he crawl
edoutof the log thru a knot
hole -T. W. 12.
GUARANTEE THK MAGIC WASH-
The Magic Washing Stick is guar-
anteed to save all washboard labor
on wash day, and to make the clothes
white as snow. Contains no acid,
alkali, lye or poison of any character
and tun be used with perfect safety
on the most delicate fabric. LIfta the
burden of work from the womenfolks.
Price 25c per box containing three
Magic Washing Sticks, enough for
fifteen big snowy white washings.
Ask grocer or druggist. A. B. Rich-
ards Medicine Co., Sherman, Texas.
We went into a certain busi-
ness house the other day and
surprised at what we paw. The
walls and ceiling wore light blue
—the furniture was dark blue—
the boss and all his clerks were
blue—the blue was dripping off
of them onto the floor—even the
air was so blue we could hardly
breathe it—and to cap the eli—
rtiax, a blue cat followed us in.
IT KKALLY DOES RELIEVE
Everybody who is afflicted wiUi
Rheumatism in any form should by
all means keep a bottle of 61oan's
Llnlmeut on hand. The minute you
feel Daia or soreness in a Joint or
muscle, bathe It with Sloan's Lini-
ment. Do not rub It. 81oan's pene-
trates almost Immediately right to
the seat of pain, relieving the hot,
tender, swollen feeling and making
the part easy and comfortable. Get
a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25
cents of any druggist and have it in
the house—against colds, sore and
swollen Joints, rheumatism, neural-
gia, sciatica and like ailments. Your
money back if not satisfied, but It
dot* give almost instant relief.
GATHERED BY OUR COUNTRY COUSINS FROM EVERYWHERE
CHANDLER. ROUTE SIX
A large number of people at
tended the Sunday school con-
vention at Morning Star Sun-
Mrs. H. G. Kounsavell went
to Muskogee Thursday to visit
her uncle, Will Kayler, who is
Miss Gohlia Irmel sjient Sun
day with Miss Edda Bray.
Br van Mickey, who has iieen
on the sick list for tin last few-
weeks, is able to be around
Mr. ami Mrs. A M. Bell bpent
Sunday afternoon with Mr. and
Mrs. C. S.. Mitchell, of Okla-i
homa City, is visiting at the i
Mitchell home this w"ek,
Anatole Betremieux was a
Chandler visitor Sunday. f
Airs. II. U. Kounsavell re-
turned from Muskogee Monday.
I This is a nice lirtle space that should be used by some
HOLD YOUR COTTON .
By getting a faim lo .n it a
low rate of in'erest. See J. T.
Hamilton, Davenport. Okla.
FRISCO TIME CARD
414 Governor - 2:1.
44-1 Local freight - 1|;3
10 Meteor (don't stop) - 7^*
112 Passenger - - 8:0
408 Pa. sender - 12:".:
Went Houn !
41-i Governor - . 5:1
9 Meteor (don't BtopJ
111 Passenger - - 8:&
407 Passenger - . - - 2:4
SANTA FE TIME CARD
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
^ 4. i Local freight
■ Pa. -eturer
S South p'.und \
a 407 J':.- .-nk'er
J 413 Local freight - op m.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath Hjat
he is senior partner of the firm of
F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business
in the City of Toledo, County and
State aforesaid, and that said firm
will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED
DOLLARS for each and pvery case of
Catarrh that cannot be cured by the
use of HALL'S CATARRH Cl'RK.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to. before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of De-
cember, A. D., 1886.
(Seal) A. W. GLEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in-
ternally and acts directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con-
•„ -3s' U VSfc.' v.. ..
The Davenport, Merc. Co. is
still at the same old stand with
the goods and prices.
Says Luke McLuke—When
you see an overdressed woman
escrting a man who looks like a
door mat, you know w ho is boss
in that house.
E ' T "
: .. ikin.'.i©ys 5
tr'. .our botUns of I*'
.5 it?t ]■'
Mo, .j.rrs. a. "
"After four in our famiiy I. ol
of c onsumption 1 w:> t h
a frightful cough and lung tr
but ray life was saved and I caii.ed
fc>7 * pounds throuirh using
W. It. Patterson, Wellington, Tex. j
PRICE 50c and $1.00 AT <11 DRUGGISTS
THE MAGIC WASHING STICK.
I am perfectly delighted with the
Magic Washing Stick. It makes the
clothes so pretty and white and It
saves time and labor. I would give
it for nothing I have ever used. I
^n recommend it highly as a labor
saver as you don't have to rub the
clothes at all, writes Mrs. M. A.
Graham, Dustin, Okla. Guaranteed
to contain no lye, acid, alkali or any
injurious Ingredient. A truly won-
derful article. Three Magic Washing
Sticks for 25c. Ibid by Grocers and
Druggists or sent by mail. A. B.
Richards Medicine Co., Sherman, Tex. |
HEAL IT WiTH
THE ONLY CENUINE
KEEPS FLESH IN TONE
FROM SKIN TO SOME.
Heals Everything Hsalable. Burns,
Boils, Sores, Ulcers, Piles, Eczema,
Cuts, Corns, Wounds s nd Bruises.
SATISFIES, OR MONEY 8AOK.
25c AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
Remember the "Elete."
We are thankful to our many
customers who have traded with
us through the summer and are
still giving us their cash busi-
ness.—Davenport Merc. Co.
Succeed when everything else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
1 weaknesses they are the supreme
| remedy, as thousands have testified
1 FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND
is the best medicine ever aoJd
over a druggist's counter.
get the genuine
is to buy the machine
with the name NEW
HOME on the arm
ntl in the l<
For many year3 1 was troubled, in
spite or all so-called rem* '
in those mild, yet
orou ih and
Adolph Schingeck, BoffcJo* N. Y«
15 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT AIL DRUGGISTS, r-
and CUREtkcLU lies
«"th DR.KI NGHSl
FORfSKGHJ |pBic« 5o*auoo
'" VOLDS [r TMttMnirrttEc
MOMLTMOff AMD tUNC TROUBLES
Off MONCV REFU/VOCD.
No other like it
No other as good _
The New Home Sewing Machine Company,
COLLAR FURNITURE COMPANY.
doit Wrnlckt look Cists Sealy Mattresses. Konier Kitchen Cabinets, Haiti, 0:(en<
Get Col. L. Roberts
♦ To Cry your Sales. The man ♦
| that gets you the most money. |
You will find him at Daven- |
I The depositors of State Banks know that there is jl
no cause for worry, for their funds are absolutely •
no cause for worry, for their funds are absolutely ™
secured by the STATE BANK GUARANTY g
LAW. The protection of your deposits is paid for. I
Why not use it? A dollar will open an account at
i.. ..jr uj*. jij v-v uuii4i win open an account ai ^
|Davenport State Bankj
MEN AND WOMEN WANTED
To s«II the most remarkable bnrgain in the n.agazine world this year.
Everybody's (R^uiar price) $1.50
Delineator [Regular price] $1.50
Total . $3.00
Both, $2.00 to one person
Write for particulars to
The Bulterick Publishing Company
326 Hudson St. New York
But you will find me ai my place, ready and
willing le accommodate my trade at any and
all times. Bring your produce and get the
jl best prices.
W. A. TROMBO
Coax Your Hens to Lay in
Isn't it worth while to have your hens lay eggs in winter?
isn t there more profit to you iti selling eggs at high winter
You know a hen won't lay in a cold, damp, draughty placc
in winter any more than a cow will produce a lot of milk if she
shivers from the cold all the time.
Have Comfortable Hen Houses
Iiesides giving a hen the right food and making her work for
it she must be kept in a comfortoblo place. Now is a good time
to make sure your hen houses are ire good shape to help you reap
the benefits of winter egg prices.
Let us show you our excellent quality sheathing fwer for
covering the walls—and flooring to make warm floors. Or, if
you want to build new hen houses, look over our poultry-house
plans and get our estimate on materials for the one you want.
We'll be glad to help you all we can.
The J. W, Graves Company
DAVEHPOAT ..... OKUHOM*
C. S. DAVIE, MANAGER
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Tryon, W. M. The New Era. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 12, 1914, newspaper, November 12, 1914; Davenport, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109969/m1/4/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.