Davenport Leader (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 18, 1904 Page: 2 of 6
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Oklahoma-Texas Oil & Gas Company,
Incorporated at Guthrie, Oklahoma, .May 11, 1904-
One Million Dc
CAPITAL STOCK. PAR VALUE $1.00.
Non-assessable and full-paicL Place your order now at 20 cents per
share, in the coming field of oil and gas.
MAIN OFFICE, DAVENPORT, OKLA.
BRANCH OFFICES: St. Louis, Mo.; Pittsburg, Perm.; St. Paul, Minn.
i A BIG SHIPMENT OF THE POPULAR
YOURS FOR TRADE,
J. C. Hugo.
Comer I ir.,. S..- -. and CH '.on Av nrc,
The Frisco System will issue,
daring the summer months, Tourist
round-trip tenets to vaiious resorts;
and location-—tne mountain-, lakes
ami seashore, at. greatly reduced
rates, with ample return Knit.
Call on nearest agent, or address
Passenger Traffic Department, St.
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BE I EMONT DOTS.
The hot weather still prevails.
Severa' Bellemont boys took in
the ball game at Prague, Sunday.
Mrs. Nathan Thornton has been
on the sick list.
Mr. Durban lost a horse Sunday
night; -uppoacd to have been stolen.
Mr. Crowder, of Shawnee, is vis
iting his daughter Mrs. Dr, Brown.
Mr. Webb, of near Tecumseh,
was visiting at Mr. Stricklin's Sun-
day and Monday.
Peter Neison is quite sick. Mr.
J and Mrs. Dr. Brown took him from
the hotel to their home, where he
could have proper medical aid.
The weather is most too warm for
the croquet .game, but the > hecker
game at Falin's confectionery st:ii
Mr. D. C- Bonestell organized a
Triple Tie Benefit Association
Council here last Friday night with
17 mt-mbers He informs us that
he has the promise of several m-ore.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. White and
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Pope spent
part of last week in the Creek Na-
tion fishing. Some one asked White
when he came back if he had the
smallpox. He said, "no, that is
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Vamp Sinoot is reported on the
sick list, since last p'riday.
C. S. Lydick and F. R. Broad-
well spent Friday and Saturday,
viewing the Creek country.
J. W. Harvev has rented the
house recentlv vacated by Thos.
Hamilton and will move his fanvly
and chattels from Grimes in a few
The mother of J. R. Whitman,
who came here to visit at their home
three weeks ago, and took sick
shortly after is recovering from her
Mrs. Jones returned to her home
at Anoka, Minn., last Sunday. We
are glad to say her daughter Mrs.
C. H. High Jr. is on the road to re-
Albert Tevebaugh, of the Cle-
| matis neighborhood, started Tueg-
| day for the World's Fair. FPe will
1 first visit his brother and take in the
State fair atSedalia, Mo.
Ws are told again and again that
cotton is fine, very fine. Cotton
"high as my head," cotton "'n'.er-
locking in rows four feet apart,"etc
etc. The prospect is certainly very
The township board has employed
C. Nash to finish the bridge and
grading across Dosho creek, between
section 12 and 13, 2^/2 miles east
and a h.-df mile south of here- This
bridge has been built for some time,
but could not be used because the
approaches had not been put in.
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c If you drink
LIQUORS OF ANY KIND
Drink ihe bes.v
They can Always be found at [the saloon of
BAIL ESS CHOWNJNG.
x East First Street —;— Davenport, Okla.
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Davenport Leader (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 18, 1904, newspaper, August 18, 1904; Davenport, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106272/m1/2/: accessed September 23, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.