Davenport Leader (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 2, 1905 Page: 6 of 6
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Wanted in the
Next 30 days
By ). B. Colvin
at the furniture store.
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2875 dozen Eggs, ^
> As they came up the str
* more of "the curious" they changed
* their tune and said they were to
*, meet the Santa Fe officials in the
*• morning at Chuckaho with a view o
!ng comfortably at Hotel DavenP°*
walked to Chuckaho and boarded
the north bound local freight for
Kendrick where it is supposed the)
sold a nice bill of prunes to the me
chants at that place.
We have been unable to learn, up
touoW, how many of our citizens
lost a good nights sleep thinking of
the gloomy future before us if the
Frisco should take away our exce-
lent depot, and should cease to ad
us in building up a "Greater
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1950 lbs butter
275 hides J
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ltisvery unusual lo. *«« «
bo, dF".coM«uo[..,s,op t «v
When it stopped last t "
ilnynight and let oft a couple ofwell
dressed men crying small gnph
a few of our curious townsmer (
men who had just stepped oft the
train were equal to the occasion
and after inquiring the way to .the
hotel stated that they were ?'«•
officials, one of them be.ngth e Ge1
Supt. We are told that he informed
the crowd (?) that they had come
here to see ahout locating the can-
mot. factory on the Frisco, and that
if it was to be located on the Santa
t c Boggs was sight seeing in
Okla. City Tuesday ti" Thursday.
Ben Oleson and Sam Giles were
Okla. City visitors from Monday
You can get all the gasoline you
want at this office. 25 cents a gal |
Ion. s gallons for #1.10.
C C Randall who came in from
Chillico.be, Texas, Monday and
made arrangements with J- •,
Smith for the store building for the j
Mammoth Mercantile Co., returne
home last night.
At 4:00 o'clock this evening it is
snowing and the thermometer regis-
hnvp zero and slow-
that we will soon be-up a stump,
yet "out of wood.
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1 T Hamilton could not finish
hi, house before the.at, on account
of the weather, but he anil 1 ,
moved in just the same accor ■
ing to contract. R. M. P'""58 haS
moved in from the farm and occa-
pies the house vacated by r_om, and
which he purchased from U.m a few
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The county commissioners at their
meeting Monday reported favorable
on the petition presented to then
by the citizens of South Fox town-
, hyip asking fa., division of Nor h
and South Fox townships. 1 hey
made the division and appointee
the following very worthy men
the township board, f or S MPnl"
I tug their qualifying- ^ * a^'
I trustee; H. K. Deans, ulerk
L. Sexton, treasurer.
R. C. Ridley, M.D.
Member of C.ant, .nd S.m M.dfc.l A..O-
, ciationj. Office in Drug Store.
We have an eighty acre farm
we can sell you for *75° <*«h> lf
taken at ouee.
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If vou contemplate having a sale
see W. R- Taylor of Davenport.
Prices reasonable and satisfaction
Oklahoma-Texas Oil and Gas Co
I This company confidently cxpccts 'to £begin
X t c A.U0W <tr>ck is vet on the market ^
I days. While a few shares of their stock yc
I k it wether withdrawn and advanced to par value
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