The New Era. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 26, 1915 Page: 4 of 8
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THE DAVENPORT NKW
"YE LITTLE OLE HOME PAPER"
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homa. according to act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879.
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OUR NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS
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COURTLAND M. FEUQUAY
The weather still continues to
be rainy in this vicinity.
Mrs. Tom Willard and children
returned to their ho:ne n Girard,
Kansas, Friday after an extend
ed visit with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Betreinieux.
Miss Maude Sawyers, of
Chandler, spent Sunday with
Miss Bessie Boll.
The Methodist revival, which
was iii pniRiess at St ne, closi d
Miss Yeral B idgf, uf ( hand
ler, visit* d Mis* Edda Br.iy the
latter part of last week.
Mr p. J. W. Bi-ll and il;int>!.tei>
Emma, Mary and Marie, of
Maramec, are viun.ij: at tie
Miss Maude Waller spent Sun
dav with her tister Mrs. Eli
Well, hello, Buffalo Bill! VVe
are a'l glad ti welcome you back
after your little vacation.
Miss Celeste Betreinieux anu
brother Anatole spent Saturday
night in Chandler.
Miss (itorge Hill was a county
seat visitor Saturday.
School is progressing tine in
WHY NOT SMILE?
Are you angry? Is your lip
cracked? Are you afraid of
wrinkles? Are you suffeiing
from an ingrowing grouch?
Noneofthem? Then why don't
you smile? H.story tells us of
men who trained themselves to
smile, because they wanted a
stern expression of countenance.
The savages also prided them-
The revival meeting is still
going on and is well attended.
Laura Walton speut Saturday
night aud Sunday with Flossie
Mrs. Pearl Smith and little
sons are visiting her mother Mrs.
C. H. DouglaP and family illBsaYt.^o
Mrs. Vinson of Davenport aie se|Ves on not showing any rort
In-re attending meeting. Of emotion. Have you noticed
Bessie and Mildred l'ownseh ij) tlie photographs, that the
spent Saturday night and Sun- m )thers of the war heroes of
d tv with friends in Chandler. j Europe are not smiling? Neither
Lottie Cur.is of Davenport are the generals who are doing
C-dlidonSt -ilaStockwellSui.diy t'ie killing. Only the heroes
' themselves are emiling. A hard
Li tie Custer Douglas is a'l-'and stern expression does not
I cate a good heart nor a clear
CHANDLER. OKLAHOMA J
FRISCO TIME CARD ;
414 Governor -
2:12 a. m.
444 Local freight
1.-06 p. m.
9:02 p. m.
408 Passenger -
12:34 p. ro.
9:26 a. m.
6:07 a. m.
407 Passenger -
2:36 p. m.
SANTA FE TIME CARD
414 Local freight
8:55 a. m.
2:03 p. m.
1:36 p. m.
413 Local freight
3:35 p m.
IS SICKNESS A SIN?
If not, it's wicktd to negWct illness and
means of relief. It's wicked to endure
Liver Ills, Headache, Indigestion, Consti-
pation, when one dose of Po-Do-Lax gives
relief. Po-Do-Lax is Podophyllin (May
Apple), without the gripe. It arouses the
Liver, increases the flow of bile—Nature s
antiscptic in the Bowels. Your Constipa-
tion and other ills disappear overnight be-
cause Po-Do-Lax has helped Nature to
remove the cause. Get a bottle from your
Druggist today, (let rid of your Consti-
to ai tei ti school ugnin.
George Nr- ii mi Sf).-'> S.iud i •.
e-ening >i h Otho X •>iam.
Mr. and Mi". A E. G i.k i a ti
1 ttle d lUght^r Tie mi, S'ellii
Stork td and Dor>'tli\. |io>iglas
were shopping iu Cli^ndler Sa
Mr. and Mrs. Lee. Newnain
visited Saturday night and Sun
day with his pawn's near
Mrs C. ti. Douglas called on
ivirs C Carlson Friday.
We tiiank the overseers of road
for the good work that is being
done for we sure need good
; 111* ■ „
I co sci nee. A thief seldom
sini'es. The women of the
s iv 's smiles with her lipf but
her e\es are hard and cold. The
poverty stricken man on the
i-tivet who begs for a dime, sends
Ins p'e.i direct to your heart if
his appeal is accompanied by a
I smile. Only the failures of life
n vnr■ tniile.-'. A smile is the cry
of the S' ntry of the soul A.I s
V\ «-l !"
CHANDLER ROUTE 5
BY BUFFAIX) BII-I.
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In this chest you have an excellent rem-
edy for Toothache, Bruises, Sprains, Stiff
Neck, Backache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism
and for most emergencies. One 25c bottle
of Sloan's Liniment does it all — this be-
cause these ailments arc syn.ptoms, not
diseases, and are caused by congestion and
inflammation. If you doubt ask those who
use Sloan's Liniment, or better still, buy a
25c bottle and prove it. All Druggists.
Island of Hongkong.
Hongkong is an island of 80 sQuart
CONSTIPATION CAUSES MOST
Accumulated waste in your thirty feet of
bowels causes absorption of poisons, tends
to produce fevers, upsets digestion. You
belch gas, feel stuffy, irritable, almost
cranky. It isn't you—it's your condition.
Eliminate this p.-isonous waste by taking
one or two of Dr. King s New Life Pills
tonight. Enjoy a full, free bowel move-
ment in the morning—you feil so grateful.
Get an original bottle, containing 36 pills,
from your Druggist today for 25c.
Hardly to Be Expected.
The legislature was Investigating
one of its members. "I presume,"
suggested the reporter to the lnvesti-
gatee, "that you will leave the case In
the hands of posterity." "No such
luck," responded the statesman.
13 weeks—25 cents
DR. W. 1). BAIKI)
Physician anA Surgeon
Special attention to diseases
of Women and Children
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
4* Preaching every Fecond atifl
fourth Sunday by Hrfv. J. P.
Sanhath school each Sunday
at the usual hour.
Prayer meeting every Tuesday
evening t 8:00.
°,J* OLSON -f Children
lK>llverjr and Hauling
\ Trunks Hauled To Or Prom
.. Doth Depots Promptly and
.. WE ARE READY NOW
$ l)lts. lXU'WKlN & HANSEN
. . Rooms 1, 2 and 3 Feuquay
. . Building, Chandler, Okla.
For Iniants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
A reporter on a country paper had
! visited the court for a number of days
i In succcssion witluiut raising a story
and he complained: "What's the rea-
son there is no crime stuff around
herp any more, Judge?" "Kaint tell,
bub, less'n th' constable is gittln a
Wtle bit laxative,' answered the jus-
THUS. S. HAHHIS
A t tor ney-«t- Ij« w
$100 Reward, $100
The roiidim of tills paper will be
plennort to l. un tlint there Is at least one
dr.iuKd Jls :>.* Hint s.leiice ''as been
able to cur.- in nil its slaKi-s. and that 1
Catarrh Hall's faiarrh Cure la the only
pokillve cur.' now known to the n e<llca[
x.hitlve curi* now mh'«h iu "".tt,
^ | fraternity. Catarrh beiug i coMtttBtwotl
♦ dia«a.e, re.tuir.• a ionstitutloiwl treat-
,. mi-nt Hall s Catarrh Cure l taken I-p
1 ternally. actum din.tly upon the bloojl
and mucous surfaces of the system, there-
by destroying the foundation of the dis-
ease. and Kivliwc the pal tent strength by
bulldlnK up I he constitution and assisting
nature In doing n work Tlir proprietors
have so much faith In its curative pow-
ers that Ihey offer Onr Hundred Dollars
for any case that It falls to cura. Sena
for list of testimonials.
Addrt-M: V J flll-NKV * CO. Toledo, tt
Sold bv All iwucsists «r
Take Hall's Family Pills for coaatlpatloa.
*'m W. H. McCarver R. B. Lindsay * *
+ McCARVER & LINDSAY ijl
A ttorney s-at-La w
11 Chandler • • Okla. •'
A nice rain came Monday and
we can make out without any.
more for a while.
Mrs. R. L. Harris returned
Wednesday from her vis t in
Doyle Kerns is visiting with
relatives in Cleveland this week.
Mr. antl Mrs. T. W. Mastey
and daughter Flora spent Sun
day with Mr. and^ Mrs, Tom
Mr. and Mrs. I J. Chapman,
Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Chapman
and baby Clarence and Grand
ma Hanson spent Sunday in
Davenport at the B. H. Christy
Misses Maggie and Debbie
Masssy spent Sunday near Sac
and Fox with Miss Flossie York.
Huldia Carlson and Edna
Hanson attended Sunday school
at Clematis Sunday.
Grandma Hanson is on the
sick list I his week.
Mr. and Mrs. Press Harris
ate the proud parents of a baby
girl born Saturday.
Josephine Kendrick spent Sun
day with Mallie Massey.
Mrs. Hanson visited with Mi p.
Smith Sunday afternoon.
E. E- Msseev road over seer
is working the road south of
Mrs. John York and daughter
Floosie, Mrs. Frisbie and three
children s|>ent Thursday with
Mis. T. W. lilubbuy.
Tide Affects Artesian Welts.
The effect of the tide on artesian
wells is unusually pronounced in the
Philippine islands, and particularly in
the Batangas province. A well lo-
cated at Bauan, 298 feet in depth, and
flowing R0 gallons a minute at a
height of 18 inches above the earth's
surface at low tide, at high tide flows
250 gallons to the minute, Indicating an
increase of 400 per cent over the flow
at low tide.
Errors of Dramatists.
The early English dramatists (be-
fore Shakespeare) were led to form an
erroneous conception of tragedy. In
order to secure for it Its due impor-
tance and the greatest possible effect
they exaggerated the tragic element to
such a degree as to make it hideous
and horrible, and to accomplish this
they had recourse to the most forced
situations, to the delineation of coarse
outbursts of passion and to a diction
which was unnatural, forced and bom-
Come in and see the new line of Ginghams, Percales,
Fall Goods, School Dresses, Sleeve-Aprons
and Rompers that have just
r SAFETY FIRST. "I
I The depositors of State Banks know that there is I
no cause for worry, for their funds are absolutely •
I secured by the STATE BANK GUARANTY |
LAW. The orotection of your deposits is paid for. I
m Why not use it? A dollar will open an account at £
I .the |
^Davenport State Bankj
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Tryon, W. M. The New Era. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 26, 1915, newspaper, August 26, 1915; Davenport, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110009/m1/4/: accessed February 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.