The New Era. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 14, 1915 Page: 4 of 8
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TIIK DAVENPORT NEW ERA
"YE LITTLE OLE HOME PAPER"
Entered as second class mail maHcr 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.
Mrs. M. A. HUMPHREY, Publisher
$1.00 A YEAR. Residence Fhone 49
Display ads—10c an inch single column each issne. Professional Cards 50c
a month. Fall page $10.
locals—5c a line each week.
Obituary notices-100 words free; all over this amount lc a word.
Card of thanks-25c.
All ads will be run and charged for until ordered out. Changes for all ads
must be in this office by Tuesday night to insure change that week.
For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT.
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Promotes Dif>estioniChf etful-
ness and Resl'.CoiUalns neiuwr
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CHANDLER'S NEW PROGRESSIVE STORE INAUGURATES ITS FIRST ...
FALL OPENING SALE
For months we have been making preparations, searching the world's markets for the newest and best
merchandise obtainable for this sale UNTIL NOW WE ARE SUPREMELY READ\. The wealth of beauti
ful new goods that have been pouring into our store, fresh from the Eastern Markets, is amazing, and the
extremely low prices that we are able to place on them indicates a'prestige of buying power that is not sur-
passed by any store in Oklahoma. The early shoppers that have so eagerly taken advantage of our low
prices have demonstrated that this store is the popular shopping resort of Chandler.
This increasing patronage has spurred us onward to do greater things and we are determined to make
this Fall Opening Sale one of the crowning events of our career, and if values count for anything this Sale
will go a long ways toward broadening our trade territory and spreading the influence of this business to
Sale starts Saturday, October 16th. We urge you to come early.
SEE OUR LARGE CIRCULAR FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS.
ONE HOUR SPECIAL ONE HOUR SPECIAL ONE HOUR SPECIAL ONE HOUR SPECIAL
BetA< **n Mih hours <>f nine and
ten in. Saturday, we offer
yon t,h« best quality 10>: ^i;yle
extra heavy outing flannel in
most attractive dark and light
patterns. Never sold for less
than 10c pel yard. Extra
special, 15 yards for $1 00.
Men's Neckties Free
300 men's and boys' neckties worth
from 25c to 50c, in beautiful pat-
terns, will be given free to men and
boys who make purchases (except
specials) amounting to $1.00.
Between the hours of eleven
and twelve a. nv Saturday,
we offer you 114 blankeis;
come in tan and silver grey
with attractive borders, heav
ily napped, the edfies shell
stitched ahd wont nvel out.
These hlanket.8 «ere bought
to self at $1 00. Extra special
IH.*r p: ir 50c.
Between the honr« of one and
(mi p. m. Saturday, we offer
100 dozen bru 's bib overal's
up to size 31x31. made of
extra heavy grade blue denim.
These overall.-, sold for 50c in
the smaller sizes and 75c in
the larger sizes. Extra speci-
al per pair 35c.
HEINEMANN & GOLDSTEIN
B t * een he hours of three
and four p. m. Saturday, we
> Iter 100 drzeu men's genuine
Amos^eag blue chatnbrav
shirts, guaranteed fast eclors,
made up extra good, all sizes.
Never tiefore and never again
will you buy a regular 50c
shirt for just exactly one half
price. Extra special 25c each.
For Saturday we offer your choice
of Dark Cballie Suitings—over 50
bolts to pick from. This suiting
looks like higher priced wool ma-
terials; comes in neat dark patterns;
worth 10c a yard. For Saturday
only, per yard 5c.
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THE CENTAUR COMPANY, NEW VON* CITY.
CHANDLER ROUTE SIX
By Silver Bell
The pie supper given at Stone
last Friday night was well at
Misses Myrtle Hallock and
Bessie Bell and Messrs. Harold
Williams and Virgin Hallock
motored to Drumright Sunday,
Missec Celeste Betreraieux and
Maude Sawyers, and Anutole
Betremieux operit Sunday with
entortaincd at her
Mrs. J. B. Colvin entertained
the embroidery club Wednesday
proceeds being about jafternoon, sickness preventing
Mr . Argabright, as printed in
last week's paper.
Mrs. Cory, of Drumright, was
an invited guest. She prouounc-
ed cur meeting useful as well as
At four o'clock delicious chick-
en salad on lettuce leaves,
grapes, sandwiches arid coffee
were served. All reported a
Hounsavell1 pleasant afternoon and voted
home last ! Mrs Colvin a capital hostess.
Saturday night u largo number N 'xt. Wednesday the chit
of young folks. Evi ryone prt's unlets .villi Mrs. O. D. Groom,
ent reports a line time.
Mrs. Nutter will entertain at
her home next Saturday aftoi-
noon the two classes of little
girls of the Union S. 8. All the
girls of both classes are expected
Cotton piokiug is the most, j
popular work in tins vicinity at
Report of the condition of the
DAVENPORT STATE BANK.
at Davenport in the State of Oklahoma at the
clone of business Sept. 28. 1915.
Loans and Discounts -
Overdrafts, secured and unnecured
Securities with Banking Board
Furniture and Fixturea
Other Real Estate Owned -
Due from Banks
Checks and other cash items
Interest Paid •
Caah in Bank
Old papers for sale at the New
Era ofti v.
COUGHS THAT ARfc STOPPED!
Careful people see that they are stopped.
Or. King's New Discovery is a remedy of
tried merit. Jt has held its own on the
market for 46 years. Youth and old age
testify to its soothing and healing qualities.
Pneumonia and lung troubles arc often
caused by delay of treatment. Dr. King's
New Discovery stops th'se hacking coughs
j and relieves la grippe tendencies. Money
back if it fails. 50c and $1.00.
ToUl .... 175,787.60
Capital Stock Paid In • " $12.500.«>0
Undivided Profits, less Expenses and Taxes
Paid. - 1.047.92
Individual Deposits Subject to Check 29.891.49
Time Certificates of Deposit - 22,738.49
Cashier's Checks Outstanding - 1.091.25
Notes and Bills Rediscounted - - 2.887.33
Bills Payable .... 6.681*12
Total. .... $75,787.60
STATE OF OKLAHOMA. County of Lincoln.ss.
1, R M. Arfrabriffht. 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. Antabright. Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th
day of Oct.. 1915
J. M. Goasett, Notary Public
O. D. Groom
R. M. Argabright
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot reach
the diseased portion of the ear. Then- is
only one way to cure deafness. and that is
by constitutional remedies Deafness is
caused by an inflamed condition of thr mu-
cous lining of the Eustachian Tube When
this tube is Inflamed you have a rumbling
■ound or imperfect hearing, and when it is
entirely closed. Deafness is the result, ana
unlvss the Inflammation can be taken out
and this tube restored to its normal condi-
tion. hearing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh,
which is nothing but an Inflamed condition
of the mucous surfaces.
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. Ohio.
Fold by Druggists. 76c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
"Of course," said Mrs. Twtckembury,
"her life is the very Antietam of
everything that I've been used to."—
Pay your subscription to the
New F,• a now.
Charms for Good Looks.
On St. George's day, Serbian ladies
evoke the aul of charms as a means
of improving their looks. The girl who
wishes a white face places a bouquet
of flowers under a 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
thus "charmed" are thrown into their
K3L. LTKE SOUGH
rU"^OLDS l" TB1AL BOTTLE TREE
AHD All THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES
I OR MONEY REFUNDED.
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Herbert Hill is helping A. M. |
Bell put up liav this week. siightiy vwed.
Mrs. Oscar (ioff, of Arkansas The ex-bUhop of Manchester the
X t lat" Doctor Moorhouse, *aa one or tne
City,ti9 here visiting her parents j happiegt and wittiest of churchmen,
Mr. an<1 MlS. Bl'OWt r. end was never more pleased with hliu-
. self than when telling a good story.
One of his favorites was that of the
old lady who startled a missionary on
Lis return from India with a question
| v. Uich showed how dangerous a little
knowledge is. "Pray, my lord." said
she, "is it true that in India you call
tin female converts zenanas and the
male converts bananas?"
A CLOGGED SYSTEM NEEDS
Arc you biliou* dizzy "d listless? Dr.
King's New Life Pills taken at once seizes
upon constipation and starts the bowels
moving naturally and easily. Moreover It
sets without griping. Neglect of a clog-
ged system often leads to most serious
complications. Poisonous matters and a t
body poorly functioning need immediate
attention. If you wish to wake up to-
morrow morning happy In mind and en-
tirely satisfied, start your treatment to-
night. 25c a bottle.
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Will You Put Up This Wren House?
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Cure for Rusty Needle.
Rusty needles can be remedied by
placing the needles in coal oil for a
Report of the condition of the
BANK OF KENDRICK
at kendrick. In the xtate of Oklahoma at the
close of businest* Sept. 28. 1915.
Loan** and Discounts
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured
Stocks. Bond*. Warrants, etc.
Furniture and Fixtures
Due from Hanks
Cash In Bank
Capital Stock Paid In .
Surplus Fund ....
Undivided Profits, less Expenses
and Taxes Paid ...
Individual Dei osits Subject to Check
Due to Banks •
Time Certificates of Deposit
Cashier's Checks Outstanding
TOTAL - • • S43.387.181
State of Oklahoma. County of Lincoln. SS:
I. W. T. Litten. Cashier of the above named
Bank, do aoletnnly swear that the above state-
ment ia true to the beet nf my knowledge, so
help me God.
W. T. LITTEN. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day
of Oct.. 1915.
J. S. Crall. Notary Public
My commission expires Mar. 15. 1917
J. D. lindsay. Director*.
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No need to speculate in Uuving your Piano. You can hnv of -fEN'KIN^' 'iv 'nail or t^lephonn,
and know poBitivflv that, von have secured t.hf same value Pianu i- ' ■-m. lYnv. and rf
: with it the sline value Bench ami Scarf a qui- liest friend and c) '- --t iviuhlior securer.
who i -omes to uw i hp "son **'ifh t.ht*full^HTioi^^in^Col^
That's the prntertinn of THE JENKINS1 ONE-PRK'E-T KKAT BY Eli Y BODY-ALIKE
PLAN, a Plan of simple honest v in Piano sellintr, hacked hv a ine of ttif linest Piapos in the
JI An<) niinv others; prices rtnkfiiife; non ?17/i 00. Termof pa> un lit 11■ ■ f-xt 'ml il for six per
cent simple interest. j
USED PIANOS FROM $95.00. VICTROLAS FROM $15.00.
A postcard will hring v«ni full Descriptions, f atajotriins, Prices, and Tei ms. |
ii in tit tin ft -iv-fnrt-iv-frfrtl
J. W. Jenkins' Sons Music Co.
14 STORES |
Oklahoma City Branch, 223 Main Street ;!
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Tryon, W. M. The New Era. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 14, 1915, newspaper, October 14, 1915; Davenport, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110017/m1/4/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.