Davenport Leader (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 15, 1904 Page: 2 of 6
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Jume Micks is quuc *ick.
fj, Sikes is, very low with the fever j quite a ,.umber "f f k
Cotton picking has opened up in • pum,ig their wheal on me Piag<
ttiis locality. market
The weather is ranch cooler after j \v. S. Baker sold upward ot $500
the resent rain. w..rth of catMe last week to Sbaw-
The Bellemont gin has turned out j nee buyers.
four bales to date. j Prayer meeting and singing at th.
B F. Stricklin closed his aingiug I school house, 1 hursday night
school Saturday night. ™eh week.
WASHING MACHINES. TINWARE, WOODEN
ware enameled ware,
bread boxes, butter moulds, table
cutlery. musical goods, &c
G o s s e 11 & So n
the hardware men oe davenport.
nave quit thresh*
running their suw
s J' time.
Mil- > -Ki chel came out from
. nt t vlonduy to take charge
of he Bellemont gin.
Bob Adams returned from Ora
Ivett, Ark., Monday, where he had
j been for some time 011 business.
Quite a number of weddings late-
ly among them, our esteemed assist-
i a. t postmaster, F F Burnside to
Miss Roy Shelton; and Miss Lura
1 Stricklin and a Mr. Perkins from
I Waterloo, Ala.
1 After a lingering illness of man>
months, Mabel Rogers, daughter of
■ Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Hayes, died of
consumption, at the home of her
' parents, the 3rd inst. The remains
weie laid- to rest in the Pilgrim Pa-st
cemeterv, Sunday. Geo. Hammack
and Cal Standlee conducted'the fun
' eral rites.
Ji jf J J* v* ^ ^ •* •* «* * ^
The New Meat
Will Pay Cash, or Trade
In fact anything in Farmers
I want your trade and will
pay the highest market price
1 handle the choicest of
fresh and salt meats.
W. T. Burgess father of Silas
j and rrosby Burgess of this place,
and O.. A. Vice, father of Mrs.
Crosby Burgess,. arrived from
Sprout, Ky, last Thursday on a
pleasure and prospecting trip to
Oklahoma. They were accompanied
.by Mr. Burgess'' nephews, S. W.
Hawkins, of Sprout, Ky. and Roe
Hawkins of Sapp, Ky., who will
also look at this country with a
view of locating.
W. A. TRUMBO.
4 H Vt .< < .< ,•* ,< ■< j* <* «"* <*
J. C. BOGGS
DEALER IN $
SHOES. DRY GOODS j
PRICES EXTREMELY LOW.
BEST PLACE TO BUiLI) A NEST
4-0 * 0 *c * a *-0 * a* 9 <• 0 * 0 * 0 *v'j- 0*0
Dr. A. B. Potter,
t! 1 Aii
rrOR a few years ail pyes-have
a been tun ed om Oklahoma, as
, ,,!ace to Imild 4 home. I''-,
v,intakes to '• 5' cl mat.- are
Ur,,.i,s.d ' < UUOle
., r' of
ri iitf-'ll' rid
;u .1 v'l re
\ . • else e
, . ; -iuse
,, -ether the
. ■ a, e >rn
ct the etifal Pcr*
oj . nd the co Mn 1 the south.
I his is the point rp these crops
all flbrish ard "b> the soil is verv
rich nn 1 s.-as< '• ,n< or ->t *
than those of. r '
umbered parts Vt < > ' > ',om c>
-lones ard we are ahofrc from the
ftot winds that sometimet prevail in
Then . f Lincoln county, m and
tbouf Davenport, W« .« beaoti-
MUy Situated. In the central part
the couiyty where wo have iich
i int. • ' u.''
i'S J f fitlOU
—— —• - j DENTIST ROOM 1
j a n„..„ FEUOUAY BUILDING,
soils, thick population of good peo- hundreds of thousands or dolla s. .
pie, finest water in the territory, and Several people who wish to locate j Chandler,
all the good things enumerated permanently here want houses either j-
above. The town of Davenport is to rent, or buy dn the insta lment
located at the intersection of "Fris- plan. As many as eight could be .
co" and "S-anta Fe" railways, two located at onee. There is a fine
„f the largest sy3tems of the west so opening for the lumber business.1,
that we have railway connection We need a brick yard, a saddle and
with the North, South, East and harness man, a clothier, a shoemak-j CHicam> pass. ;*o. 40?, 1.36 p. "<
\Vest. The town was laid out less er, and think there is also room for i li0CAI, vrkkuit no. 424, 10:00 a. m
than a year ago, on a beautiful quar- other mercantile enterprises. A
ter section of land and has steadily schoc 1 is secured 011 the townstte
grown from its natural advantages for this f ill.
and railroad connections, without We are geographically m the cen-
the aid of capital to boom it, until ter of ihe oil and gas Mt, as indi-
th m>v lament geological
• I by experts who
d this-section. With
re-, fati . f buying ft ton 011 ':• .uvr mdin. us—all tit.es clear to
■v; ueigh'.i lisig towns, ti:•«t Ian ', • -.ve feel that we •' i' n
;oh . Kjus. I icse gins re ex- help «. • >wng into 1 splendid town
pectin.; to du a very iar^e business in a very short time.
ihis reason. There are several Don't fail to call on us, while
openings for profitable investment, cheap railroad rates are on, and see ;
including a bank, which is son ly for your-elf.
needed right awav to handle the Prices ot towu lots run from $15 j
cotton money which will run into to ^200.
now we h. ve a ■ ^s' li luisint
houses, v. de twe irg«
ton gins ; .* are n.
t' ^ men, an
■ ri b;
A. T. & SANTA FT.
GALVESTON PASS. NO. 407. 2:4'
LOCAL FREIGHT NO. 425, 4:05 P. NJ.
C. H. High, Agent.
ST. T,OUIS & SAN FRANCISCO-
. E\Sr BOUND.
PASSENGER^NO. 40S, 12:20 P. M.
LOCAL I RK1GHT N'-. 444, 13 I'
d f CSS
] . t r1cketts
PASSENGER NO. 407. 4:5S p- M*
LOCAL FREIGHT, NO. 443, 10:41) P. M
J. B. Coi.vin Agent.
j Passenger trains arrive daily; lo*
leal freights, daily except Sunday.
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