Davenport Leader (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 24, 1904 Page: 4 of 7
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THE DAVENPORT LEADER
PUUL.1shhd HY W. H. bonnf.K.
"Entered as second-class matter,
May 6> 1904, at tha pout office
at Davenport, Ok la. under
theAct of Congress of March 3,1879
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VOJ.ume 1 KUMUKK XXX.
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FOB TP, L1WCOLN COUNTY, OKLAHOMA
office on east first street.
November 24, 1904.
We are anxious to get a corres-
pondent in each sehool district of
the county. Pf you can send us
weekly budgets of news let us hear
News items are almost as dear to
the heart of the publisher as the
price of subscription. Give us news
items to publish and-see if we dont
Be sure to attend the adjourned
meeting of the Lincoln county farm-
ers institute, which convenes a*
Chandler the 6th and 7th of next
month. Let us begin to talk of or
ganizing a local institute at tnis
Rev. Morrow preached' a '['hanks
giving sermon at the school house
this morning that was appreciated
greatly by tliose present,
I am so Thankful:
That I am the big IT.
That people listen so attentively
to my advice.
That I have been instrumental in
bringing some new indusry to my
That one man can not build a
tOWn—the honors must be divided
That it takes more enterprise
than money to build a town—even
though k does tako sotne money.
That I alwaj'3 give; to every en-
terprise that will build up my town
even though it isn't always done
in the way I think best.
That the men who own the most
property are the ones who ought to
crive the most time or money toward
building up their town, ar.d that 1
am always ready, with either, to as-
' sist in any thing that will help my
Subscribe for the LEADER
j. B. COLV1N,
The Furniture and Stove Man of Davenport.
Remember the place, it is on Broadway at
j . B . Colvi ns
THE W. H.
docs a general real estate business, strict-
ly legitimate, honest and conservative in
all their claims. Send for list or lands-
A large number of choice ones now being
Agency for the Okla. Farmers Mutual Indem-
nity Associaton—the best farm insurance in
Okla Insures for the least money anything
on the farm—nothing else Ask us about it.
THE W. H. BONNER
REAL ESTATE CO
Rev. J. E. Wright preached two
excellent sermons at the school
house morning and evening last
Monday night (fuite a number of
the enterprising citizens of our town
got together and burned of£ most of
the weeds and grass un the town-
site, which of course, makes us all
feel pretty safe from a prairie fire.
W. E. Myers' has received the
papers from S. A. Boyle of Morris-
town, N, J., giving him the power
of attorney to look after the prop-
erty of A. R. Boyle, deceased. Mr.
i g, Boyle has decided not to come
to Oklahoma until next fall.
We have only heard of nine mas-
qurade balls which will be pulled
off in this county tonight. Those
we heard of were at Prague, Sparks,
Kendrick, Arlington, Chandler,
Stroud, Payson, Wellston, and on
the old Conger place south of here.
Davenport people will attend at
Rev. J. V, Davis is still conduct-
ing revival services at the school
house, however the attendance has
not been very good. He will dis-
continue these special services with
the nest Sunday morning service.
Rev. Davis friled his appointment ai
i Stroud last Sunday. The contri-
butions for the new church building
at that place are coming in nicely
and he thinks that by the second
1 week in next month they wib ^tnrt
an $800 to Si000 church ediface
ment there wiil be live first and third
Sundays of the month, and here the
second and fourth. 1 he prospects
for a new church building at this
place are not very favorable at pres-
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The New Meat *
* Will Pay Cash, or Trade ^
POULTRY, BUTTER, ^
EGGS, POTATOES, ^
Ln fact, anything in Farmers
I want your trade arid will
pay the highest market price
1 "handle the choicest of
fresh and salt meats.
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Xti i * 1 M"i' t r -n-t r ;
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t Davenport, OKI.A.g
* Dry Goods, Hats, Shoes, |
Notions, and Groceries. J~-
Nice line of prints at 5 cents
Ladies heavy dress goo<b worth
50 to 7.5 cents, price reduced to
40 and fro. Winter underware
and hosiery at low prices. Nice
and boys winter
£ line mens
m j(Soo to 5MOOO cnuiuu 011.0^^ pant* and boys two piece suits.
for the M. E. Church, South people * Orders taken for suits and overcoats. ^
at that place. His regular appoint-1
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