Davenport Leader (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 15, 1904 Page: 5 of 6
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LOCALS °dis' Ellith and Goldie Bur"
roughs returned Saturday from a
Ben Oleson returned Friday from ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ grandparents
the World's Fair. v1r ar)(l Mrs> JP. M Burroughs at
J. B. Colvins rnw lin° of stoves I Wellston.
have airived, which he ordered sev j yHn slollt and wife of Bristow
eral weeks ago. Go and look a' visited at Van's father's home nort'i
them, it will he a pleasure to inn of here last week. \ an ietu
home Sunday and his wife on Tues
K. E. Morse and family have
J. B. COLV1N,
The Furniture and Stove Man of Davenport.
has a line of Furniture, Stoves, and Queensware that would
be a credit to towns, three or four times as large as Daven-
port. You can get nearly anything you want in those
lines at his store.
He has a very pretty line of mattings and rugs.
He will buy your Butter, Eggs and Produce and pay
you the cash for it—and at the highest market price.
Remember the place, it is on Broadway at
the train. The boys were coming
in to dinner on their velocipede,
and didn't know the switch was open
K. ti. morse •«<.> j j ul,til-they were off the track, 'lhey
moved into town so that Mr. Morse di(Wt have key an(\ so were obliged
will be convenient to his work at t0 flsg the train.
Robertson & Owens gins. The fir8t loa(j cf cotton on the
Rev. W. H. Morrow had a horse i)av,nport market was brought in
ba'Uy cut Tuesday by a grader, ()y ,vlr. Cook on the C. H. Men
while working on the roads. The (letlhall farm. It weighed 1035 lbs.
heavy breachen on the harness kept m(l was sold to Rooney & Tomski
the grader from cutting through the for £3.50 per hundred. H. DeMoss
ham string. ! brought in the first bale of cotton
, B A. Robertson came io.o which hroogh, tj.oo per hooded
uLn;„« Monday on hi. >"<> ™ ^"" 'J*'' ± ' Uur
h par. of .he county ,n the
interest of Ills candnltcy "T r ',r . nrerimim a* •' S1" 25 which is
tentative. He made t is " ' iv(,n to M^DeVtoss. U"!h our
call, hilt the odilor . out. Com- . ^ ^ ^ |h<>
again, Mr. Robertson. on. V. Kimball, l>. Mus*elick,
j, B Colvin is very pioud of the ^ ^ Oasey and O. W. Craig have
new furniture that has beensent him whh J))i|dg (1uring the week,
let ailoni the frisco depot here. A ; —
: VF nport!
waiting room. He says « > " '' * HOTEL DAVENPORT I
they will stop the Meteor to let *
white folks off, the same as they do
J. T BARKER. Proprietor.
j the colored, he will have very
i m<>re to ask for.
Some one left the Daggett switch |
'open last Monday before noon o
j | here would certainly have been a <>
1 wreck of the extra, composed of 3 a
coaches, which came through a few 0
minutes before the passenger, had rt
not t«0 of the Frisco piin'ers dis- a
'1(t' o Good clean beds
Plenty to eat
$1.00 per day.
Board $4 CO per week
Transfer to Chuckaho at all times.
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Staple and Fancy
, v wtiiwkst A bargain. Now i* you
atwC TO '1H J'. iS tJKi II " r.Mi D
C„,„n,ST9 RAT« « . ai Saui Fe depol sept I5 Oc, .5
time to move w ' Montana eastern Waslimgioi.
ET -t f,o.
v r.,r-u Lour.E 1 o U F, Sept 19 to 25, San Franc,SCO
S°JLRE. tripJa45 over direct line both ways, Goim; v,a direct route
^ Portland Oregm$5«. V'a dirCCt
and returning^ • '^ Sl PalU Minn, 566, Tickets on sale at
returning via P' tuna St((povers everywhere This is a chance
Q K*C0KSI«)X.' to po."t> in I.uliana, Ohio and Ken-
HoV" VlsU"KS J fi 2„, 27 and Oct 11, at the slaughtering
,nrl" ' f one wir'r,V„l,r fare plus for the round trip, Final re.
price of t lie tun
t it hi ti a v s from dale of sait,
" KOTrs,oN^TirTi;e one way r.de pin, ®oo fo,
z ^ '•« r# u"'c",b",,a4'
over'pmiled.ea: eoi„B .5
' CIGARS, TOBACCO, HARDWARE, TINWARE,
l ' GLASSWARE, NOTIONS, ETC.
v HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR COUNTRY J
c. H HIGH, AGENT.
THE POPULAR STORE.
j. G. McCUE
Corner Second sr.d Broad A' y.
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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/m1/5/: accessed October 17, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.