Davenport Leader (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 15, 1904 Page: 4 of 6
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Incorporated at Guthrie. Oklahoma. M.ay J J,. 1904-
CAPiTAL STOCK. PAR VALUE $J.00.
Non -assess able and full-paid. 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, Penn.; St. Paul, Minn.
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I m kinsey
Rev. Ghas. Gossett arrived Salur-
W anted:—Some lady in the
countpy to do family washing aa>;
w....... i ironing. Inquire at this office.
day from Hindman,. Ivy., to visit —
father, mother and family a* this ^ p & ^ M Davenport lodge-
place. He will preach Sunday j^ ^ "Sat on or before each fall and
.. morning at i.,and evening at 8, at ^ ^ ^ ,igh,ing
Ridley's hall. Everyone invited. ^ Brothers cf sister lociges
f! L'",ne a,ld hear h,ra' 11 W,H ti0 >'ou invited to visit w. W. H. Fowler
W. M.; R. C. Ridley, Secretary.
j i jgood.
'• J. A. PJollison and son David
took a 4 or mile drive southeast ,t ^ ^ ^ 4 < < < > jtjujtjlj*
entanglement of woods and bad f
J. M. KINSEY,.
i':> tlic Offitc Building
of town Monday and whiL - , . NE^/^
ti roada. met Mr. Brown, who said he ; ^ KIT
f; was out Oil an electioneering tour * RES ! J
T to the benefit of ihis candidacy for
*! representative. Hs desired that it ^
i be not known that he was in th:«t
neck of the woody. He said the
| roads were impassible south, and
J asked if be could go north He
* i • •
*£ j was told that by careful driving
h ive just opened a restanrant
and confectionery in the new
^ huildmg of J M. Gossetlrs anil
will serve meals and short or-
2 ders at ali hoflrs.
* Give me a call.
and persistant energy he could go ;
as far as be wished. Friend Doll j
ison says that a man who will trav j
w. E. MYERS.
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J. M KINSEY.
I • , , . , Notary Public.
T canvasser would work as hard for ; J
J his constituents interest as he does j Your Notary U ork Solicited.
i.**.}.*********-1-**'***** _____— ,or his own would certaitdy be the ; Office in the Post Office
' el through such hills and valleys as
+ i he saw, certainly msrits some notori
« ety as a canvasser, and- that if tht
j H. DeMoss has 15 cotton pickers
in his field.
"bump on ihe log."
.<? ,* ^ jl j* j* j* J* & & J* ■.*
Round trip to Kansas City,
Mrs. Mariah Da Moss arrived,
last Saturday from Seneca, Mo., to I Hlacksmithing and wood work done
visit her son H. De M>oss east of
town and her daughter Mrs Eiiza-
on coach excursions on Tuesj^h Rigney 10 miles southeast,
days and Thursdays during! I, E. Martin, of Fallis and re-
Sent -mher Seven day limit j publican candidate for sheriff made
frorr. da s of ?ale. Children a P,ca8«rt cal1 **&<***•
, ' He has the appearance of a man
$7 80. for tvi-k trip
on sh"rt notice and in first class shai e
R. C. Ridley, M D.
Visit in City limits, day tune, $1.00;
in the night. $1.25. Beyond the
city limits, 50 cents a mile in <l:iy
who could arrest a m m and keep I time and 7s cents a mile at night
* Satisfaction Guaranteed
t*, COLV1N. Agent. him- in- a good hum^r at the sun.: Office in drug store Davenport, Ok. <■.* .«,*
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Davenport Leader (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 15, 1904, newspaper, September 15, 1904; Davenport, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106276/m1/4/: accessed October 19, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.