Davenport Leader (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 1, 1905 Page: 4 of 10
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For the above occasion, the f
lowing rate and
June 9, 10, 11
limit June 10 to 19, but by depositing ticket with Special Agent at Louis
ville and paying fee of 5O cents time may be extended up to and includ-
ing Julv 10. Kound trip rate from Davenport will be 816 4O.
For futher information ask your local agent or write
A. HILTON, G. P. A., St. Louis, Mo.
of round trip
be on sale
and 12. Return
Died:—In the afternoon of May 1
29th after an illness of 6 weeks, at
the age of I7 months, Violet, the!
sweet baby girl of Mr. and Mrs.!
Fred Nestlerode. Funeral services 1
were conducted at the home of the |
bereaved parents, Tuesday,by Rev W ]
H, Morrow, after which she was laid |
to rest in the Oakland Cemetery,
three and one half miles west and
one half mile north of the home.
Violet was a sweet child and the be-
reaved parents have our sincere1
sympathy in their sorrow.
Hut up yonder with the angels
She is resting from all care,
Little Violet who now is sheltered ;
^ V A- f~*. & Davenport
\ lodge Mo 122 meets Sat, on
or before each full and new moons
at early lamp lighting. All worthy
Brothers are invited to visit
us. W. II. Fowler W. M.; R.
C. Ridley, Secretary.
By our Savior's loving eare.
Weep not dear friends for little
For she is now in heaven.
Where no more sorrow grief and
Or farewells will be given.
T I X
The hardest storm of the season
it this place occurred Monday even
ing. The clouds came rolling in
from the southwest in all their black
fury and forced all, or nearly all
who had "fraid holes" to crawl in
them and hide.
The wind blew a g*'e an 1 wi'h
the rain in veritable sheets it was
impossible to see as far as across the
street at times. It lasted about 20
minutes and all whs comparitively
The tent occupied by K. E.
Morse and family blew down on
them and they were forced to beat
a retreat through the heavy rain to
J. C. Hoggs store.
The house of E. I. Porter's was
moved a little from the foundation.
At B. P. Williams it is said the
edge of the house 1 fted up so much
that it tipped a cupboard over
The seed house at the old Rooney !
& Lomski gin blew over and a large
water tank (empty) blew across the
No one was hurt, but everybody
was scared, and now there are at
least four "fraid holes" in course of
construction. Some of them were
started befure breakfast the next
day. Those we learned of are
Rev J. V. Davis, Red Cross Hotel
J C Boggs and J. C. Hugo We
have a corner reserved in J C Boggs
at 50 cents per
The storm didn't come on the
anniversary of "our big day" but
it would if it hadn't been Sunday
meets every Wednesday
Ridley's Hall. Visiting
are cordially invited. E. L beir\
N. G.;G. M. Chapman, Sec.
night ; t
._S ..i J* •.<* <!* «£ J*
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(~10 to Myers' I
I ary for ice cream 1
1 and cold drinks.
I of all kinds.
W E. MYERS.
<t .„ « ,s« ,M ,t ,t ,* ,X J* J* J* J* J*-*
J. M. K1NSEY
FOR ANYTHING IN
Highest cash price for all
kinds of country produce.
J. M K1NSEY,
In the Post Office Building.
FROM HEKF. TO THERE
Anil there's pure air nitre w.iter and mii ^hine
on the hill. Just the place for an st f ter the
HOUSE long winter It's the
Eureka Springs, Ark.
OPERATED BY THE FRISCO SYSTEM
Round-trip tickets to Eureka Springs on sale every d;«) in the yen
A r. C W. STRAIN. D P A
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Davenport Leader (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 1, 1905, newspaper, June 1, 1905; Davenport, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106313/m1/4/: accessed July 24, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.