Davenport Leader (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 16, 1905 Page: 4 of 6
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About the advisability of buying Davenport T own lots. i hey are sure to be
The Canning Factory and the Bank are positively coming and otnzr enterprise^ ate.
booked for the nea'r future.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.
j. g. mccue;
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Fbbruajok 16, 1905.
Dont forget that we have every
thing in legal blanks.
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1. G. McCue & Co. lias sliipped
in .mother big consignment'of hard-
, < un yi
Jus. Cnlwin.returned from Norman
LEADER. 3ee W- li. Taylor of
Prices reasonable ami
that as soon as the weather inoder- Davenport and is prepared to handle
js & ,
Dr. VV. D. Baird came in from
Chandler Monday evening and is
having rooms titted; up in the Porter-
building, on east First.
You. can get all tbe gasoline you
want at this office. 25 cents a gal
Ion. 5 gallons for $ 1.10.
Dr. R. C. Ridley went over to
Guthrie Monday to attend the Ma-
sonic Grand Lodge which con-
venes there Wednesday and Thurs-
The present outlook indicates
that the statehood bill is going to \
be killed because Speaker Cannon
ruled that because of increase in
appropriations and other amend-
ments the bill must be referred to
the house committee 011 territories. ;
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Presiding EJder VV. J. Sims ar
ated he would return and construct a'l sales intrusted to his care.
some rEaore sheds and put in every- 1
thing that was wanted. A number VVe are anxiou< to &et a correH-
of our people who have contracted ■ Pondent in eaGh scho°' district of
their buildings can not wait, how- ItllB n>;)Un*y*
ever ami are shipping in lumber i
If you. can send us
weekly budgets of news let us hear
T. B. Colvin is shipping- in some
more fine rew furniture, which it j
wil'l do your eyes good to look upon
lie is certainly handling his share
of the produce too-. He gathered ;
from the -merchants and shipped
out a large consignment of buttir
and ggs, la£t week.
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Pierce Larkin the attentive anw
agreeable school teacher at Daggett
dismissed his school for a week and
[sped away to Norman, Friday, Feb-
ruary 3-. On the Sunday following
he lead Miss Clara Koepke to the
I hymenal altar ; nd the Rev. F. A.
Alexander of t he Presbyterian
church, joined their hands and
hearts in the holy bonds of wedlock.
They returned here last week ami
rived Saturday from Oklahoma City j have gone to housekeeping in the
Sunday to.assist his father in attend- amj COIUiUcted quarterly conference Qllie He
ing to, bi« lucreising business.
Jas. Alewndtr- arrived F
from. Kllisvillu, K y., and will
his sis>ter Mr.t. Tom Hamilton.
amiUon house on v\est First
at the. home of .1 M. Gossett. I he j street. VVe are not acquainted with
weather was so stormy that few j i>ri<1e, but learn that she is a
were permitted to attend, the Sun- ( farming young lady, and Air. Lar-
day morning service.
J, W. Graves came
kin—well we consider him an intel-
ligent, clever and exceptionally nice
young man. VVe join with, all m
\V. A. Trutnbo has purahased oklahoma City and spent Thursday extending congratulations and wish-
and installed in his meat market a au(| Friday looKing after his- lumber ing them a long life of jpy and con-
tne new pair of butcher's comput- y;,rtl here.
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\ qji.contemplate having a sale
This wan his first visit
to Davenport and was very much
surprised to find so many people
wanting lumber. He informed us
VV. Ti. Taylor, the auctioneer and
live stock salesman has located in
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