Davenport Leader (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 21, 1905 Page: 5 of 10
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Newly Started. ;
*', We are just starting up *
*> with a short order coun- *
J ter, and will also sell ^
*' good bread, pies, etc.
*> Will serve cold drinks at J
£ all times and good home *
* made ice cream on Sat- *
J> urdays and Sundays.
* Give us a call, we'll sure r
v, treat you right. Have*i
* you tried our fresh meat??
*AVERY & ADAMSON I
J. M. K1NSEY,
Your Notary Work Solicited
Office in the P' *t Office
Men'* hats really worth $i 50 ti
*3 00. el< >e out ;it 75 cents to *i 50
at Rogg's c;ish store.
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Fhe citizens of Pawnee have
raised $10,000 to sink an oil well,
•Oiicli is to be drilled in soon,
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The Star man acknowledges a
visit trrfhi fiiend stork who having
conspired with Dr J O. (ilenn
left a habv girl at our house on
Thursday night.—Stroud Star
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J. A. Taulbee, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Calls answered 'lay or night in
city or country
Last wetk we began the pubhca
ti on of a series of interesting articles
on the doings of the Farmers Coop,
erative Union. Watch for thein on
1 he "patent >nside" page*.
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The directors of the Standard Oil
compunv paid a dividend of 56 per
share to the stock holders of the
company At this time last yea'
a dividend of *5 a share was paid.
So far the Standard Oil company
ha* paid 30 per cent, which is 1
prr cent more, than waR paid during
tne first nine months of 1904,
A new way is suggested to get
rid of mosquitoes. Rub alum on
N our hands and face. When the
moMjuito takes a bite, it puckers
up her buzzer so she cant sting.
She sits down in a damp place,
tries to dig the pucker loo*e, catch
es her death of cold and dies of
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It is believed that the letter, ^u >
posed to have been written by little
Francis Brookling, from Kansas,
J. G. McCUE & CO.
We have just opened up a new
line of Queensware, Glassware,
etc. Call in and see them.
Yes! we also have knee pads and
cotton scales and sacks.
New Home sewing machines in
stock*, and a full and complete stock
J. G. McCUE & CO.
Corner S"ond and Broadway
Dr. Bid ey has moved his house
hold good* up stairs and has taKen
out the pa> 1 it ion in his drug store
room which makes a very n.uch im
to Judge Warner at Chandler, was
dictated in such a manner by some
..l.ler head, as o make a grand
*tand play for the judge.— Weekei
NEW HARDWARE coming!
in all the time. Call and see it. +
Steel cotton beams and knee p?ds. |
Gossett 8c Son. |
THE KANSAS CITY STAR
MORNING, EVENING, AM) SUNDAY,
(13 "omple'e Newspapers)
ten cents per week.
25 cens a year, Kansas City Weekly Star
This office for sale bills.
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M lck M jrugDin 'ry. of Hirrah
was in town Saturday and reports
the canning factory ai that placein
a flourishing condition. He h is ai
ready marketed several hundred
bushels of tomatoes at a fairly good
price, and is quite enthu*iastic over
this crop, thinking it bea'S cotton
or any other crop that is planted
here.— McLoud Observer.
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\ nice line of staple and fancy
groceries at Hoggs' cash store.
Have you thought about a timber
famine being in sigh ? Lumber
a ill never be any cheaper, but it
will be higher and doubly so, and
there are fellows wearing boots to
day that, will see it Straw will
yet have to be converted into pulp
and lumber chemically treated f r
u*e in the construction of hou>es
and a thousand other ways. Then
the genuine article > f lumber will
be a big price, and v\ ill be u*td
mostly for framing purposes. The
young man that can see far enough
ahead and has p tience to wait,
and sense enough t<> act now, and
has forty to eighty acres of good
land, and the vim and the vigor ti
raise catnips anil walnut, the former
of the species for railroad ties and
the latier for cal inet work, will
make a fortune. 'I ies will grow in
15 years, posts in half the time and
less, and walnut a little longer.—Ex
A nice lot of ladies winter skirts
at Boggs' cash store. x
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Miss Iva De Moss left Sunday
for Stroud where *he will attend
school this winter.
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You can get all the gasoline you
svant at this office 25 cents a gal
on. 5 gallons for $1.10
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Commencing September 19 and
on each Wednesday thereafter until I
October 3r t inclusive the Santa Fe
will handle a Tourist Car on through
trains Arkansas City to Los Angeles
*nd Southern California points.
■>pace in this car will be re*ervi d
by wire f -r those wishing it.
L. L. Cmlson, Agt.
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Ave to be found at the
Postoffice Drug Store.
1? it is a bottle of any
well-known patent medi-
cine you want, a cure for
tan, sunburn, or the pes-
tiferous chigger, drop in
and get supplied.
j. M. K1NSEY,
In the a,Office Building.
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