Davenport Leader (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 16, 1904 Page: 4 of 6
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Published by W. H. Bqnnek.
Application react*: for entrance at
Davenport, Oklahoma, l'ost-
ofkce as Second-Class mail
'noon today be
is very much im-
Subscription |i.oo a Year, Payable
in Advance. Paper Stopped
When Time Expires unless
Volume I NUMBER VII.
Railed every thursday, at daven-
port, ilINCOLN county, oklahoma"
office on east first street. ^
June 16, 1904.
The auction sale of J. M. Kinseys
grocery stock by Sheriff Tilghman
on last Saturday was postponed at
noon untill next Saturday.
c. H. Iligh and family
WE ^1LL CELEBRATE.
The commercial cLub appointed a
(committee two weeks ago to avrange
|or a fourth of July celebration.
Th« committee have been making
arrangements and it is expected
jhat we will hnvi 1 good ©Jd
boned lime with amusements, of var-
ious kinds, including speakers, a
band, a ball game, betweea Daven-
jort and the Sac and Fox Indians,
and numerous other attractions.
Everyone should make arrange-
ments to celebrate at Davenport, be-
cause you will find plenty of good
jhade and water and something to
amuse you all day.
A peculiarly acting dog last sight
rtised a little mad dog scare.
Bound—A good ?4° saddle after
the storm of May 2*. Owner can
?ia¥e saiae by paying tor this notice
and proving property.
Charlie Hugo had a relapse Sat-
urday from his recent sick spell and
has been in a critical condition. At
ing to Davenport and will be pret-
tily and pleasantly located on west
First street and Santa Fe avenue.
Wheat harvest is on notwithstand-
ing the extreme we* condition of
the soil. The antiquated cradle
is brought into use in a large num
ber of fields.
J* „* L*
Mrs. J. M. GoBsett led the very
interesting prayer meeting last Sun-
day evening, Mis. Ollie Hamilton
will conduct the one for next Sun-
# .< jt
1 While there are so many and
much better roads, it is strange that
in exercising his horse on Sunday
afternoons Chas. Ridle y always goes
the same one.
ji .4 ^
The Davenport base ball team
will play Stroud Saturday on this
diamond and the following Satur
day they will go to the agency and
play Sac and Fox,
jt jn .*
On Tuesday afternoon while fish-1
ing in Dry Creek Messrs Tom and
Ollie Hamilton bad a narrow escape
They were attacked by a battalion of
well armed mosquitoes. Retreat
Will Rosengrant and family ar-
rived about two a. m. yesterday at
the home of Mrs. Rosengranfs
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hugo
to assist in the care of Charlie, wl.o
is quite sick.
THEY CAME! 1
:: THAT LINE OF FAMOUS
: BATTREALL - WH1TT1NGH1LL
And the prices are right, because these goo
were bought to sell, not to keep. 1 carry a line of
Groceries, Four, Feed, Shoes, And
YOURS FOR TRADE.
d Cfeason Arcnue, DAVENP
4++**+**** **• •***+******•"
Just Opened—New Hardware
Where You Can Buy all Kinds of
Shelf Hardware, Nails, Paints,
Other Building Material.
Call and See Us.
Gossett & Son.
IF YOU ARE IN SEARCH OF
A Bargain in Furniture
r\t 1 hore iu town. W6 flre told that wo
J. W. Brocaw, of Blackburn, Ok., ^
} . c 4 t?_ tv,;s guessed correctly when we saia j.
came down on the Santa Fe thn ^ ^ ( when
morning and will leave this evening nt-e-
, Will and E dinner was ready, so we will pre
over the Frisco to vu.t Will, and fc. ^ hg, had his put in
B. Lillibridge at Chandler and six j ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ f(jr
miles northwest . t
Mattings, Curtains. Rugs. Sto«s.
Tinware. Queensware, Wallpap«.
In fact anything pertaining to
household and kitchen furniture
h will pay you to call and
see us before buying.
Sewing Machines and
j. B. COLV1N
One day last week some of our ,
citizens had quite an extensive frog j (JL AREKCE
hunt. The result was "frogs,
enough for several days," notwith-
standing the fact that there were
only two captured.
As per announcement of a few
weeks ago Evangelist L. S. Gladley Barber
of Claremore, I. T. will be here on
the 2 jnd to begin a series of revival
services which will continue till
July 3. To accommodate the large
number who will attend, a shelter
will be provided in the grove and
the services conducted there. ke\.
Gladly is an evangelist of note,
whom it will be interesting and prof
itable to hear and everyone should
arrange their work so as to attend
C. U Gossett has installed a
telephone between his home on the ^ ^ ^ ^
I farm and his father* house, J.
ci.eak pleasant shave
up-to-date hair cut.
shop first door west of
the post office.
Modern Woodmen of America
camp number 10,786 meets every
second and fourth I hursday
nights of the month at liidley's
Hall. L. S. Carrington, V. C.;
J. E. Moore, Clerk.
J. M. K1NSEY,
Your Notary Work Solicited.
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