Davenport Leader (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 16, 1904 Page: 2 of 6
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Oklahoma-Texas Oil & Gas Company,
Incorporated at Guthrie, Oklahoma, May 11, 1904-
One Million Doll2.1s
capital stock par value $1.00.
c 11 'A Place vour order now at 20 cents per
Non-assessable and Vull-paid. Y
share, in the comingjicld^of oil and gas.
main office, davenport, okla.
BRANCH OFFICES: St. Louis, Mo.; Pittsburg, Penn.; St. au^ mn.
R. C. RIDLEY, M. D.
J'liYSIClan and surgeon
Will attend calls night or day,
Office in drug store,
First Ci.ass Blacrsmithihg
ann Wagon Work
Can be turned out just when you
want it at the new shop on south
GOUKER & STOCK WELL.
hotel davenport *
j. T. BARKER. Proprietor. q
Good clean beds o
Plenty to eat J
$1.00 per day, 5
Board $4.00 per week. A
> Transfer to Chuckaho l* all times. ^
K. E. Morse is contemplating
moving to Davenport.
Chopping cotton is the order of
the day in this vicinity.
O. F. Jennings and family are
visiting relatives in this vicinity.
O. G. Robertson, lost a fine
young horse in the high waters of
Mr. Nash the road boss is very
busy trying to keep the roads so
the people can travel them.
W L. Sexton is kept busy trying
to keep goods for his customers on
account of the high waters and bad
O. G. Robertson, our gin man in
sawing the material for the gin
bouse, he expects to erect at Dav-
Chan Sims and 0. Walsh bought
some fine hogs of J. VV. Teney-
bough for which they paid$4-°° Per
1 will saw off for this time as
this is my first attempt.
(Please give us your name and
we will send stamped envelopes and
paper to you. We must know who
our correspondents are before we
publish their articles. W e will not
publish the name if you say not.- -Ed.
J. M. Gossett returned yesterday
from his visit throughout Kentucky
with relatives and friends.
L. Robison and wife, of New-
port, Ky., are expected in on the
25th for a months visit.
W. R. Brown returned yesterday
evening to his home at El Reno after
"lecturing" the masons at this place
for a week.
G. C. Scrudder is the relief agent
at the Chuckaho station on the
Santa Fe. while agent C. H. High
takes a weeks rest.
]. E. Wright returned Tuesday
from his business and pleasure trip
through Kentucky and Missouri.
He found Mrs. Wright and the
baby somewhat under the weather.
All of our merchants are noting
an increase in trade as the dt ys go
by. Farmers are finding out the
bargains and are taking hold of them
Our merchants are all pleasant and
courteous fellows and when a cus-
tomer comes once, the habit is
formed, they just cant res,st the
temptation to come again.
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Ed Studor lost 4 head of cattle
by drowning in Rand creek. -
A fifty foot lot planted to celery
in Parry is bringing in an annual
income of $$00, and still vvt ha\ e
not heard of Lincoln county raising
to advance on its own merits and
by reason of its enterprising peo-
ple and not by tearing down any
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One Oklahoma county fruit grow-
er's erop gives promise of bringing ^
him $hooo, with less than *1,000 A ROGGS A
outlay, or a clear profit on forty a- * J. ^
cres of land of $5,000. He doubles
his income in good years. lia es
The Davenport Lkader errs in
its statement that Chandler has
•'been using every opportunity to
misrepresent Davenport." Chand-1
is not knocking on any town.
Chandler people expect their city
shoes, dry goods
prices extremely low.
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If you drink
LIQUORS OF ANY KIND
Drink the best
They can Always be found at the saloon
East First Street Davenport, Okla.
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SUMMER EXCURSION RATES
TO COLORADO AND UTAH, JUNE 1st, TO SEP-
TEMBER 30th, 1904.
Round trip excursion tickets will be sold to Colorado and
Utah to the following points, at rate of one regular first class
limited fare, plus 5o cents for the round trip. Denver, Col-
orado Springs, Pueblo and Glenwood Springs, Colorado. Salt
Lake City and Ogden, Utah.
Final return limit, October 31, i9°4-
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C. H. HIGH, Agent, A. T. & Santa Lc.
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