Davenport Leader (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 29, 1905 Page: 3 of 16
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Cotton Hoes, All Sizes.
Corn for Cash, or On Time
with proper security.
Roger Mills county. He has ac-
cepted a position with the S:int;i Fe
as extra agent.
Fire Works at the Mammoth
J. A. Taulbee, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
day or night
answered day or
city o>- country
Gossett &l Son
A! . 1 there's pun- sir, pure w iter arid sunshine
on the hill. Just the place tor a rest after the
long winter. It's the
Eureka Springs, Ark.
OPERATED BY THE FRISCO SYSTEM.
tickets to Eureka springs on sale every day in the year
C. U . STRAIN, D. P A
Miss Gertrude Dale, of Sparks,
visited Misses Maye and Emma
Kinsey from Sunday until Monday.
Dr. Taulbee has rented the rooms
next to Hugo Bros.' store in t'oe
Porter building and wid use them f< r
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Davenport's 2nd nine played the
Sac and Fox Indians l ist Friday at
the school house near Sac and 1" ox
and were beaten with a scoie of 9
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For rent:—A bran new s'ore
room 16 x 60 feet, next to Mam
moth Mercantile Co. Suitable fur
any kind of merchandise. Enquire
of 1' S Watts at Farmers liank
A vtr> strong remonstrance was
filed last Thursday against issuing
(J. A. Oieson a license to conduct 1
saloon at Davenport. A hearing-of
the case will be held before the com-
missioners n«*xt Thursday morninj
at 9 o'clock, when the question will
be settled as to whether Davenport
will have a saloon or not.
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C. C. Randel.
All kinds of legal documents, neatly
and correctly executed.
Office with Mammoth Mer. Co.
Davenpo; i, Oklahoma.
A. T. .V SANTA FE.
CHICAGO PASS. NO. 4°k,
LOCAL FREIGHT NO. 414
GALVESTON PASS. NO. 407, 2:23 P
LOCAL FREIGHT NO 41 3, 4:°5 >'
l. L. Chilson, Agent.
ST. LOUIS & SAN FRANCISCO
List Your Lands
¥ Citv Property, or Stock ot Goods,
! with T. S. Watts, at Farmers Bank.
PASSENGER NO. 412, 12:21 P. M.
LOCAL FREIGHT No. 444, 11:30 M-
Do it Now
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SHAWNEE's BIG CELEBRATION
Monday evening Deputy Sheriff
Burue*s arrested two boys aged
about li> and 17 who had in their
poss ssion a very fi e mule, which
thev had stolen near Okla City
The boys were both ruling the mule
when caught and were between here
and Stroud. Burgess took hem to
Chandler in the evening an I deliv-
ered them to the sheriff of Okla.
county. The boys gave their
, names a- John and Earnest Fisher,
n iM the\ came from So. Dakota and
j bad neither home, father or mother.
H Fire Works at the Mammoth
first cotton bloom.
Tom Smiih came in last eve dug
and presented us with the first cot
ton bloom we have seen this seas >0
This is certainly earl^ f >r cotton
blooms and ought t> nv.ke so-oe <>f
the '-states" ashamed of therm-elves
Acid from Sweets.
■was a very fair retort of
PASSENGER NO. 41 «, 5:l5 M-
LOCAt. FRK1GHT, NO. 443' lo-4" '•
A. <>. t 'oKEV Agent.
Passenger trains arrive daily; lo-
cal freights, dail. except Sundav
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run a snprial train leaving* pretty girl annoyed by the impertl
run a speciai train leaving ^ ^ concelted beau at a we4
July 4^h. San a Fe will , 7j nence 01 a
v chuckaho 10:03 a. m. Return leaving Shawnee after tire * dlng party
works in evening. Go, and see that it is done right. J
L. L. CH1LSON, Chuckaho, Okla. v
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Do you know what 1 was thinking
of all the time during the ceremony"
"No, sir; how should I?"
"Why, I was blessing my stars I
was not the bridegroom."
"And I have no doubt the bride was
SAMPLE OF ORIENTAL COURTESY
How Chinaman Relieved American
Miss Anna Dickinson traveled
everywhere independently and saw
human nature in all of Its lairs. Writ-
ing to a woman friend once, says the
Detroit Free Press, she described a
reception given by wealthy Chinamen
in a restaurant kept by a Chi Lung in
San Francisco, and she was the guest
of honor. She said she saw a serv-
ant coming toward her with a box
divided into many compartments,
with different kinds of nuts and can-
ies in the smaller trays. She picked
out half a dozen or more and laid
them on the arm of the chair, which
served as a table. As the attendant
passed on to others she saw that each
took only one bonbon and she was
But when the servant approached
the chief Chinaman, the one who had
originated the reception, he took a
large handful and those after him did
the same and then Miss Dickinson
felt relieved. She wrote:
"Afterward 1 learned that 1 must
have shocked all of those educated,
cultured Chinamen as much as you or
1 should have been shocked if we had
invited a Chinaman whom we respect-
ed to dine with us and he had taken
a whole fried chicken and torn it
limb from limb at our table. In such
an event would you or I have had
Former Santa Fe agent C. H.
H 'h wa>- in town Monday, between
■■■— i Ann 1 nave iiu uuuui 111*= u *uv ,a
tl doing the same thing." said the girl, the tact and courtesy to have taken
trains, renewing acqu iintamces. He ]eft him t0 jt over again.— | other chickens and thus dismembered
is still holding down his claim In Chicago Journal.
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