Davenport Leader (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 7, 1904 Page: 3 of 6
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THE L0MSK1 LUMBER COMPANY
Deals in every thing usually found in a first class lumber yard.
Look over their stock of
Lumber, Sash, Doors, Etc.
When needing anything in their line.
If you are contemplating building anything, from a pig pen
to a $40,000 mansion, let them figure your bills.
It will save you money.
LOMSK1 LUMBER COMPANY.
Modern Woodmen ok America
camp number 10,786 meets every
second and fourth I hursday
nights of the month at Ridley's
Hall. L. S. Carrington, V. C,;
J. E. Moore, Clerk.
A. T. & SANTA FE,
chicago pass. no. 408, I .36 p. m.
local freight no. 4'i4, io'.oo a. m.
galveston pass. no. 407, 2:41 p.m.
local freight no. 425, 4:05 p. m.
C. H. High, Agent.
ST. LOUIS & SAN FRANCISCO
PASSENGER NO. 408, 12:20 P. M.
LOCAL FREIGHT NO. 444, 2:30 P. M.
passenger no. 407, 4:44 ?. m.
local freight, no. 443. i0:40 p. m.
J. M. Kinsey, Agent.
I'assenge* trains arrive daily; lo-
cal freights, daily except Sunday.
Old papers 10 cents a hun-
dred at The Leader office.
Play you Are the Jiunshlne.
You say you're feeling: blue, lad?
That things are going wrong?
If that's the care for true, lad.
Cheer up and sine a song'.
You'll find 'twill always pay, lad.
For all—for me and you
To play we are the sunshine
And let the skien be blue.
When the skies are blue and clear, lad,
The world Is at Its best;
Whene'er you drop a tear, lad.
It saddens all the rest.
Smile on—don't mind the knocks, lad.
Just keep your own heart true—
Play you're the golden sunshine
And let the sky be blue.
When yoa are feeling blue, lad.
And half inclined to cry,
You're ;.t the job—'tis true, lad-
Intended for the sky.
The sunshine role sits bettter
On luisky chaps like you—
Then be a humi'.r. runbeara.
Lei but the sky ty l>K.e,
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A new side walk is being built in
front of the saloon building. Who
will be the next.
Mrs. Will Rosengrant and two
children, from the Agency spent
Wednesday in Davenport.
Part of the frame work for Rob-
ertson <fc Owens new gin rs com-
pleted and the work is being pushed
G. H. Summers, an experienced
mineralogist from Kentucky, ar-
rived in these diggins last Monday
and is prospecting around here.
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We have had three more heavy
rains during the past week, notwith
standing the many prophesies of dry
weather. The rains came Sunday
Wednesday evening and this morn-
Ten of our enterprising citizens
were at Chandler yesterday inter-
said that something like 40,000
acres of cotton is to take the place
viewing the county superintendent' of tobacco. Many other crops not
in reference to making a school dis- generally grown heretofore will be
trict of this townsite. If no further
opposition is met, in ten days more
we will have this townsite as a dis
O. G. Robertson brought his
threshing outfit to town Saturday
intending to ship it to Dudley. He
. . , . ... | ate off the early plants; that the
sand bank at that J 1
given a trial.—Williamsburg (Ky.3
John Ripbe, who lives nine miles
north of town and pastured his hogs
on his oat field in the early part of
spring, says the oats weie mucb
heavier and better where the rooters
learned that a
place would interfere with the un-
loading and instead of shipping he
pulled it north of town and is thresh-
ing in this neighborhood.
1 In the dark tobacco region in
plants stooled out and made as
much again straw as in fields which
were not pastured. Some of Mr,
Rippe's friends thought he had
given up his oats field after eyeing
the hogs turned in. He says he
tried this echemc several years In
Iowa and never knew it to fail.—
Western Kentucky there will be a
large decrease this season in the fyJcssengcr
acreage planted, and in some sec- i
tions none will be planted. For in- Jhe LEADER for job work,
stance, in the Mayfield vicinity it is | '
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LIQUORS OF ANY KIND *
Drink the best y
They can Always be found at the saloon of
!*xx East First Street —Davenport, Okla.
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Davenport Leader (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 7, 1904, newspaper, July 7, 1904; Davenport, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106266/m1/3/: accessed November 25, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.