Davenport Leader (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 24, 1904 Page: 2 of 7
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}. M. K1NSEY„
"V, the Post Office Building
i vicinity, and that it is quite likely
| to be a go. We are truly glad of
S undesstand that the canning tac-! this and! will help to push it along,
tory proposition' ha been submitted j We can sec no reason why as ia&ti-
to and1 met with the approval of tution- of this- kmd.
certainly wont be opposed to the
canning factory. It creates a good
demand for everything in the line
of fruit and vegetables at a good
As to the location, there could
scarcely be a better one than at
Davenport. On two trunk lines of
the best railroads in the southwest,
convenient to both wholesale cen-
ters, Oklahoma City and Shawnee,
cheap fuel, plenty of native lumber
for crating canned goods. We also
think that a fruit evaporator and
vinegar works would go well with
the canning factoiy. But let us get
the canning factory first.
I as a farmer and Duroc Jersey
swine breeder will stand for the
canning factory and will raise such
truck and fruit for it and as much
of it as 1 can, * carae from coun-
try whore father* hauled wTodpce
4 [.from i > to iS and zo tiles to i can-
Tjning factory and have been doing it
j| for years> and are still at it. If
+1 there was no money in it I think
J | they would stop and raise some-
+ 1 thing else on their lanci which is
selling at, from $6o to ifcioo per
acre. J. L. P.
& J* & J* J* J* &
* Satisfaction Guaranteed
most oft ilia business man in Daven-
port and farmers in- the surrounding
J* .5* 0*,* ■.* •!*
1 have just opened a restaurant j
and confectionery in* the new
building of J' Gossettti and J
will serve meals andi sho t or- ^
ders at alt hours.. ^
Give me a caK1. "j
W E. M.YEKS. jj
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ru-n to suit the
people and by the people will) not
be a money maker.
Success in farmingd'epencis large-
ly upon diversity oi crops, and the
canning factory handles the- largest
| variety o£ crops o? anything of which
I we know. Ail enn be profitably
grown here. Sweet potatoes, to-
matoes, sugar com, beans, peas,
pumpkins,. squasln, etc. All of
|these run into money very fast.
There is the entire line of fruits
from the strawberry to the big red
How much woiri'il the fruit and
garden truck amount tc which goes
to wa&te in ftve years on the aver-
age farm. Stop and figure and you
Wanted—$4.00 at 12 per cent
interest, 011 one to three years time.
For security will give second mort-
gage on quarter section of improved
lland near Davenport and Erst mort-
gage'on $700 worth of stock and
other personal property. Inquire
of Bonner Real Estate Co.
Blacksmithing and wood work done
on short notice and in first class shape
Don't forget that we have every-
thing in legal blanks.
• "a'ju'Bftv— ~
| Chas. A. Ridley
* Dealer in
+ Drugs and Medicines.
Prescriptions carcfttUy coropc*x**cfctt
Day or Night,
Give me a
Comer CEeason. avenue aivd First +■
2 Davenport, Oklahoma.
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PftwKKtKKB'X!* Wxcjksions, soldkat the one way rate plus $2'.00 for
sound1 tripito'an-y state or Canada. Tickets 011 sale at Clmokaho, Okla.
svery first and'third Tuesday in the month until December 1904. StOp-
«v p priviledges: going 15 da>s, returning 6 days.
C. H- HIGH AGENT.
If you drink
LIQUORS OF ANY KIND
E>Tink the best
East First Street
They can Always be found at the saloon of
:— Davenport, Okla.
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CHICAGO AJMD EASTERJN ILLINOIS R. R-
Double Daily Trains
St. Louis and Chicago
MORNING AND EVENING.
From LaSalle Street Station, Chicago, 9:50 a m--9;]0 p mi
From Union"Sta.-Mevch«tt Bvidgc-St Louis, 9:30 a rn—9:46 p m
Morning or evening connection at.bothjiermim with lines diverging.
Equipment entirely new and modern throughout.
A DOUBME TRACK 1>AH.V.
Equipped with practical and approved safety appliances.
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