Davenport Leader (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 2, 1905 Page: 4 of 6
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? There Is No Question
About: the, advisability of buying Davenport Town lots. They are sure to be
The Canning Factory and the Bank are positively coming and other enterprises are
booked for the near future.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.
I G. McCUE,
ritE DAVENPORT LEADER.
Published hy W. H. Bonner.
'•"Entered as wsoiul-class matter,
May 6. i9 4* at th* P81^ ul«^a
at Davenport, (>kla. vender
the Act of Congress of March 3,1879'
Subscription $1.00 a Year,, Payable
in Advance. S&per Stopped
When Tims Expires, tinleso
Volume I Number XXXX.
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mait.hb kxkry thlrsj>ayj a0j3av.en-
hoh'p, lincoln county, oklahoma
office on east first street.
February 2, 1905.
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Quarterly aonSerenoe of the M.
IJ. Churchi will be held at' Daven-
port, Mebruary i.trizt Bro. W. J.
Sims, presiding ehler, willi preach
Saturday, aigrrt^boUJi quarterly con-
ference in the afternoon or after the
night service. Preaching Sunday
xuvnint^at u a. m. All are cord-
ially invited to attend. Let every
mer. ber or tive church be present
and take aa. active part, in these
For Sa^jc;,—Seed oats, hay and
corn, a mile west ©f Davenport,
3 H Myers
Mrs. Otis Ilawes spent Monday
with Mrs. }>. L. Poland.
Mr. Chart. Johnson and J. L.
Poland delivered eora at Stroud,
R. VV. Poland' wan* to Stroud
Monday for a visit with H. A. Po-
land, his son.
Imel and Corbin heki a jpint sale
Wednesday. They expect to go to
Otis Hawes and Chas. Johnston
are hauling saw logs, to Mr. Swan-
son's mill on tha creek.
The Dry Cree« bridge is in at last
and now we are patiently awaiting
the floor and approaches, which we
understand! will be put on soon.
I Ji. F. Evans has a new stump pul •
ler with, which 0110 man can lift 20
tons-, Hie has-commenced on. his
field and will soon have the stumps
El L, Roberta, started, last* Thurs-
day for central Illinois where he ex-
pects to make hi6 future home, but
he will, likely be back for they can
not stay away fiora. Oklahoma, once
thay tr7 it>.
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Dont forget that we have every
thing in legal blanks.
DESTROY BOLL WEEVIL.
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spare. And so the interest of each
local merchant in the boll weevil
section would be protected."
Mr. Eichelberger says he has not
submitted his plan to a single indi-
vidual who has not e-xpressed him-
self as believing that it is the only
true Jind practical solution of the
two great problems which-now con-
front the southern planter.
He believes if the plan is discussed
all over the cotton growing states,
before the New Orleans convention
and adopted by that body that it
wild be practically an easy matter to
induce songress to enact into a law a
bill that will earry oat its purposes,
Mr. E^helberger is a very parti-
cular raan himself. He says he
thought of the plan the very day of
the adjournraen of the boll weevil
convention at Shreveport, which
adjourned without doing anything,,
and the more he &>as considered it,
the more has it impressed itself upon
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* GO TO MYERS' *
For Fine Candies, Fruits,
Cigars and Tobacco.
W. E. MYERS
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We have an eighty acre farm
we can sell you. for $750 cash, if
taker* at once.
If vou contemplate having a sale
see W. R. Taylor of Davenport.
Prices reasonable and satisfaction
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Blacksrc>itlnng and wood work done
on short notice and in first class shape
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Evening Milk Richer.
Dairymen abroad have been experi-
menting for the purpose of determin-
ing which yield of milk, the morning
>r evening, 1® richer of the two. The
iecislon. was in lavos of the evening
milk being the richer, both fcr hutter
aa-d elieesemaking qualities. The milk
t>f cows fed on groumi f«e«I in winter
was richer than that prodwe«d hy the
same cows from grass in summer.—Bal-
Cold Water Injurious.
A beauty specialist discounts the prac-
tice- many wum tn follow so persistently
of dashing the face wStti Stw celdest
water they can lay hands on. She says
ihat the shock wfiteh. the face receives
tends to check rather' thair q«icken eir-
eulatijon, aaj<l that th« result will be a
thifckeniiig and yellowing a£ the skin
whenever it kept up for any lengtb
f tiiae.—Chicago Daily News.
Mule Meat in Paris.
A new city slaughter house, covering,
two. acres, aud to be used for the killing,
of horses, donkeys and mules for food,,
has been opened In. Paris with a banquet
at which hoese and donkey flesh were the-
only meats served. St is stated that
25,Ofl.O horaes, donkeys and mules are-
killed annually in Paris for food. Thft
use of their flesh is increasing.
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