The New Era. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 7, 1915 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DAVENPORT NEW ERA
"YE LITTLE OLE HOME PAPER"
Entered as second class mail matter at the post office at Davenport, Okla-
homa. according to act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879.
W. M. TRYON, Editor.
Office Phone no. 10.
$1.00 A YEAR.
Mrs. M. A. HUMPHREY, Publisher
Residence Fhone 49
Display ads-lOc an inch single column each isBne. Professional Cards 50c
a month. Full page $10.
Locals -5c a line each week.
Obituary notices- -100 words free; all over this amount lc a word.
Card of thanks—26c.
All ads will he run and charged for until ordered out. Changes for all ads
must be in this office by Tuesday night to insure change that week.
Misa Lottie Pace was shopping
id Chandler Saturday.
Lester Cox was in Stroud
Saturday night and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Oby Olson weie
at the County Seat Saturday.
Col. L. Roberts was in Stroud
Saturday afte-noon on business
Miss Hazel Bishop, of Meeker,
spent Sunday at home in Chand-
Settle your account with us
before October 15th —Owl Drug
Wni. Vanscoyk visited home
folks at Yale Sunday, returning
Geo. T. Castle was in Chand-
ler on business last Friday and
C. S. Mitchell visited the State
Fair at Oklahoma City Friday
Bill aud Harold llall and Otie
Minson autood to Chandler last
Mrs. T. II. Hall and Nellie and
Lucille Irvin were shopping in
Stroud last Thursday.
Miss Viola Dye, who is teach
ing at Bristow, spent Saturday
and Sunday at home.
Mrs. G. T. Castle and daugh-
ter, Miss Fannie, were shopping
in Chaudler Saturday.
Miss Mattie Baugus was up
from Djpew the latter part of
last week, visitiug friends.
1 write fire insurance .for
two of the strongest companies
in America —E. B. Moore.
The New Era Printing Cn.
500 Kale bills 1(1x22 on paper of
assorted colors, and a
very attractive bill
500 bills 18x20 on
500 sale bills 9x12 on p iper of
assorted colors, just tin* thing
for sales with a
500 bills ti.\!t, as
sorti d colors
Tho Publisher was in Chand
Report of the condition of the
DAVENPORT STATE BANK
at Davenport in the State of Oklahoma at t he
clone of businesn Sept. 28. 191ft.
Loans anil DUcounta ...
Overdraft*, secured and unsecured
Stocks, Bond*. Warrant.*
Securities with Ranking Roard
Furniture and Fixtures
Other Real Estate Owned •
Due from Banks
Checks and other cash items
Interest Paid -
Cash in Bank
Total .... 176,787.60
Capita! Stock 1'aid In - " $12,500.00
Undivided Profits, less Expenses and Taxes
Paid. .... 1.047.92
Individual Deposits Subject to Cheek 29,891.49
Time Certificates of Deposit - 22,738.49
Cashier's Checks Outstanding • 1,091.26
Netes and Bills Rndiscounted - • 2,887.33
Bills Payable .... 6,631.12
Total. .... $76,787.60
STATE OF OKLAHOMA. County of Lincoln.ss.
I. It M. ArgabriRht, cashier of the above named
Bank, do solemnly swear that the above state-
ment is true to the best of my knowledge and
belief, so help me God.
R. M. Argabright. Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th
day of Oct.. 1916
J. M. Gossctt. Notary Public
O. D. Groom
R. M. Argabright
Let Bill Nye tickle you with
his Comic History of the U. 8.—
15c at Tryon Bros.' Library.
Charley TullU returned Satur
day from Fallis, where he has
been visiting for a few days.
The smail daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Curtis Massey died Tuesday
and was buried Wednesday.
Report of the condition of the
BANK OF KENDRICK
at Kendrick, in the state of Oklahoma at the
close of business Sept. 28, 1915.
Loans and Discounts - - $30,860.39
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 29.58
Stocks. Bonds, Warrants, etc. - 696.16
Banking House - • 1.680.66
Furniture and Fixtures - - 1.139.87
Due from Banks ... 6.604.70
Cash in Bank .... 2.475.89
TO TRADE.—Slots, house and
barn, for horses, wagon and
harness.—Mrs. C. E. Temming.
Edgar Moore, who is attend-
ing the C. C. B. C at Guthrie, is
spending a week's vacation at
We hear that Jacob Cline, the
noted auctioneer, died at hie
home near Stroud yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Chap-
man visited in Oklahoma City
most of last week and attended
Mrs. A. H. Smith, of Clair-
Daont, Texas, visited last week
with her brother, >i. S. Kobber-
aon and family.
Mrs. N iiia Pace, who has been
visiting here for some tin e at
iheF. M. Face home, returned
to Oregon Saturday.
It's a long way to Tippararv,
but it's not veiy far up to the
H. 8. Auditorium v here the
i'hilomathian Literary Society
« ill entertain you free tomorrow
Capital Stock Paid In . .
Surplus Fund ....
Undivided Profits, less Expenses
and Taxes Paid ...
Indiv idual Deposits Subject Ut Check
Due to Banks ...
Time Certificates of Deposit
Cashier's Checks Outstanding
TOTAL - - - $43,387.16
State of Oklahoma. County of Lincoln. SS:
I. W. T. Litten. Cashier of the above named
Bank, do solemnly swear that the above state-
ment is true to the best of my knowledge, so
help me God.
W. T. LITTEN. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day
of Oct.. 1916.
J. S. Crall. Notary Public
My commission expires Mar. 15. 1917
J. D. Lindsay. Directors.
Mind is a kingdom to tho man who
tathereth his pleasure from Ideas.—
Might Be Either.
Mips Climber—"That man is always
running down other people." Miss
Aacum—"Scandal or auto?"—New
Something of a "Snap."
Joseph had just started to kinder-
garten and therefore was required to
go only half a day. The little boy
next door saw him home one after-
noon and said: "Don't you go to school
any more, Joe?" "Oh, yes," Joseph re-
plied, "but 1 only have to go In llie
morning. Ain't I got it simple?''
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Yeare
THE VIGTROLA NEWS
Children Cry for Fletcher's
The Way They Standi
Below we give the standing of the
candidates at the last count, Tuesday,
Oct. 5, at 10 a. m:
Mrs. J. E. Wright
Dorothy Douglas *
Anna Price Bland
Ada Ina Nickell
If you have been holding
back, undetermined whether
to enter and try to win the
Victrola, or not, just clip the
little coupon here, fill it out
and bring it down to the Era
office, get a receipt bcok and
a bunch of samples, Bmile
right sweetly and ask the first
man you meet to subscribe for
the best paper that was ever
printed in Davenport.
Mrs, Wright Leads
Mrs. J. E. Wright has slowly but
surely worked her way to the top of
the list. May Robberson has with-
drawn her name from the race.
Rules of the Game;
1. Any girl or lady, married or
single, is eligible.
2. Prize will be awarded to the one
showing the highest number of votes
at the filial count.
3. Any relative or employe of the
editor cannot enter.
4. All subscriptions must be ac-
companied by cash.
5. Contest is to run not less than
ten weeks, and the close is to be an-
nounced two weeks in advance. Must
close by Jan. 15, 1916.
6. All votes must be signed by the
editor. Votes for subscriptions given
to the contestants when cash is turned
in. Votes for advertising and job
work given to customer when work is
7. Votes are not transferable. A
square deal to all, and no information
will be given out on the last day.
How You Get'/ otesi
A five-year subscrip1'ir. to one man
will get you 10,000 vo' •
A threo-year Subscript >•> to on? man
A one-year subscription, 1,000 votes.
A six-months subscription, 400 votes.
A three-months subscription, 100
Sample copies—5c each, 50 votes.
Each dollar on advertising, 500 votes.
Each dollar on job work. 500 votes.
Each membership to the Tryon Bros.
Circulating Library Club, 1,500 votes.
l'lie Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
and lias boon made under his per-
sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good " :«'c but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the liealtb of
Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare-
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. Ifc
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee, it destroys Worms
and allays Fevcrishncss. For more than thirty years it
lias been in constant use for tho relief of Constipation,
Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and
Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach and Dowels,
assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
> Bears the Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
fHE CENTAUR COMPANY
I Has 100 pieces of beautifully decorated China
# Dinner Ware which he is giving away free—one
J with each 35c pound of Pennant Premium Coffee.
£ All kinds of fresh meat—beef, pork and sausage.
# Lots of tin buckets, queensware, tinware, gloves.
£ A large assortment of fresh candies, light bread. *
i The City Meat Market ;
Col. L. Roberts
Has had years of experience; guarantees satisfaction
"Cozy" Is Hardly the Word to Use
"Of course," said Mia M. T. Cack-
ler, "It is real nice in the newspapers
to describe the new Muehlebach ho-
tel as cozy and homelike, but I should
call a building with a tea lurore aud a
cafe centurion, with marble floors and
pillows of lapsus linguae and male-
faction, and with gleaming chanti-
cleers Impending from the doomed ceil-
ings. a great deal more lotund tbaii
cozy."—Kansas City Star.
The Young Man "As a matter of
fact 1 think I've done rather well.
You see, I've given four cousins and
an uncle to the army, three nephews
to the navy and a sister and two aunts
to the Red Cross organization."
Same Old Sandwiches.
"Nothing but caviar sandwiches,"
complained the man In the depot res-
taurant. "Why do you have nothing
on sale in the way of sandwiches but
caviar?" "They don't show coal dust,"
responded the waitress, briefly.—Puck.
It Is not work that kills men; it Is
worry. Worry is rust upon tho t'rtde.
Mrs. Flitterbj "So you are oil the
rlsiting committee of your social
workers' Foclety. 1 should think you'd
find it <1 adfully irkcome making all
those slum .-alls. Mrs. Hunter-Fit 11 de
—"I'm wlltt.ig to make the sacrifice
for n i -od cause. Every visiting day
I send my maid around with my
Charms for Good Looks.
On St. Georges day, Serbian Indies
evoke the aid of charms as n means
of improving their looks. The girl who
wishes n white face places a bouquet
of flowers under n white rose tree
and allows it to remain there for a
night; whereas those who prefer rosy
cheeks place blooms under a red rose
tree, and in the morning the flowers
I thus "charmed" are thrown into their
( usheo in shawnee, okla., Seven yeah
10', . m4in Oven Mickey broi. phone lis
' C I> gft m
$4 to $5
'.both of th3 Best Teeth, $16.00
' " ><a
- YORK GUARANTEED
lco* row Marble Stair EnT*AnC«
All the Difference.
Whether a man has excusable or
inexcusable faults depends almost en-
tirely on whether you happen to like
him or not.
Mighty Amazon River.
The Amazon is 3,944 miles in length,
rising within 70 miles of the Pa-
cific ocean and flowing clear across
Most Valuable Fur.
Sea otter is tho most valuable fur
at present; Russian sable is next in
value, with silver fox nearly approach-
in/j it, although when the size of the
Hkin is considered the sable is infi-
nitely greater in value.
AND ©LPRETHF. "LUNGS
Mp All THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES
G UA f?ANTE ED SAT/SFACTORY
Oft /.ONL V GZrL/NQSP-
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Tryon, W. M. The New Era. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 7, 1915, newspaper, October 7, 1915; Davenport, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110015/m1/4/: accessed February 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.