Davenport Leader (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 21, 1905 Page: 3 of 10
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THE DAVENPORT LEADER.
Published by W. II. Bonnek.
Entered as second-class matter,
May 6, 1904, at the postoffice
at Davenport, Okla. under
the Act of Congress of March 3,1879
Subscription $1.00 a Year, Payable
in Advance. Paper Stopped
When Time Expires unlets
Volume II Number XXI
a weekly newspaper
mailed every thursday, at daven
pout, lincoln county, oklahoma
office on east first street.
September 2 1, 1905.
By using the proper methods we
are told that it is very probable the
Frisco Meteor can be im'.ucrd to
*top at Davenport "on a flat;."
Frisco Agent Corey thinks that
because of the change in time the
proposition is more favorable than
at any other time in the history of
our town. The Meteor goes east
now before seven o'clock in the
evening and as this is within 'he
agents "on duty" time will allow
the officials to stop the train here
without having to pay the agent
about $15 per month overtime. And
again the change does not give east
bound passengers time to go to
Chandler and catch the Meteoi.
It may not be so easy to get the
west bound Meteor to stop \et it
would certainly be a gre it accom
modation to travelers and would
add several dollars revenue per
month to the Fiisco.
One important step in securing
the stoppage of these trains will be
the circulation of a petition asking
the superintendent of railway mail
service to put off and 'ake on mril
here. This will be a great conven
ience to the patrons of this p >st
office and will greatly facilitate mail
matters. When this is accomplished
the stoppage of the trains will be
A variety of men's suspenders 10
to ?o cents at Boggs,
Prof. VV. L Rochelle and famih
left vesterda\ for the return to their
old home at Box, Tenn.
Miss Margret Grey left yesterday
foi N -isl ville. Tenn where she will
make an extended visit.
C. C. Randel and wife made a
business anil pleasure trip to Okla.
City Monday evening.
At J C. Boggs ca^h store yon
will find prices right on Groceries,
Shoes and Dry Goods.
Cotton busii ess is beginning to
open up right. Robertson & Owens
gin had turned out 36 hales up to
this morning The new gin has
just started up today.
For rent:—A brau new store
; room 16 x 60 feet, next to Mam-
moth Mercantile Co. Suitable for
any kind of merchandise. Enquire
of T S Watts at Farmers Bank.
A lot of ladies and misses $1.00
kid gloves to close out at 20 to 50
cents at Boggs cash store.
And there's pure air, pure water and sunshine
on the hill. Just the place for a rest after the
HOUSE long winter. It's the
Eureka Springs, Ark.
OPERATED BY THE FRISCO SYSTEM
Round-trip tickets to Eureka Springs on sale every .lay in the year,
* 1 C. w. STRAIN, D. P. A.
ASK Wichita, Kansas.
FOR SALEl —New 16
room hotel, corner Second
and Broadway. Rented and
doing first class business,
paying 18 per cent on invest-
ment. Have also one 5-
room house and lot for sale
or rent, also bargains in
farms and town realty. J.
M. Rose, Real Estate Agent
A. T. & SANTA FE
j chicago pass. no. 408,. 1:57 p. m
1 i.ocai. freight no. 414 8:50 a. m
galveston pass. no 407, 2:23 1'. m.
i.ocai, freight no 4' 3' 4:"5 m
E. L. Chii.son, Agent.
Plenty ST*l,0UIS SAN 'KANCISC(
PASSENGER NO. 412, 12:21 P. M.
i I.OCAI. FREIGHT No. 444, 1 1:30 A. M.
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\ THE LEADER
*< Satisfaction Guaranteed
| J* J* J* .4 :* J* < * -* V« * <■* * * -*
passenger no, 41 • 5:25 m-
I.OCAI. FREIGHT, NO. 443, 10:40 A M
A. G. Corev Agent
Passenger trains arrive daily; lo-
cal freights, dailv except Sunday.
THE NEW COTTON GIN
Is ready for business and would like to
show you how satisfactorily they can
do your ginning for you.
Mr. J. J. Doss, of Shawnee, has been
secured and will buy cotton for E. W.
Clark & Co. during the season.
OUR MOTTO: "Honest weights, courteous treatment,
highest market price."
The Davenport Ginning and Cotton Co.
Second Class Colonist
to the WEST and NORTH-
WEST in effect Sept. 15 to Oct
For Jul! particulars, call on or address
| W. J. BLACK, G. P. A. L. L. CHILSON, Agt.
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