Davenport Leader (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 21, 1905 Page: 8 of 10

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Wanted 10,000 Bushels of Sweetpotatoes!
On Monday, October 2nd, we will begin
canning sweetpotatoes, and will pay 30
cents per bushel for same.
Call on The Davenport Canning Company at Davenport.
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Goods That Please
Those are the kinds we handle, if
| you don't believe it try it and be
| convinced. Try a sack of EIReno
| Best flour or a pair of Ellet-Kendall
♦ shoes and you will be satisfied. If
| we havent got what you want
will get it as soon as any one.
Euell Massey is building a neal
2 room lesidence in vvtst I'aven
port.
T F. Patker and wife left Satnr
W. D. Baird, M.D.
Physician & Surgeon
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Special Attention given to Surgery
Diseases of Women and Children,
day as per announcement for their DAVENPORT OKLA
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YOURS FOR TRADE,
Hugo Bros
Corner First Street and Cleason Avenue,
DAVENPORT, OKLA
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R. E. WH1TTON
BARBER
Nice Clean Shave
Uptodate Hair Cut
Farmers!
See Vv. E
Will ougliby
the farm loan man before making
your loans. With the Lincoln
Co Abstract Co, Chandler, Okla
1 W anted:—2oo bushels corn and
io conl of wood. C. 0- Randel

The derrick builders have coin
pletfd the oil derrick here in a very
satisfactory manner
John B ggs arrived home Sunday
from his thre; weeks pleasure trip
to the Osaue Nation.
J J. Doss arrived this morning
from Sh iwnee and will buy cotton
for E W. Clark & Co
Dr. A. B. Potter,
DENTIST ROJVt 2
FEUQUAY BUILDING.
Chandler, - - Okla,
I.O. O. F.
lodge No. 191
meets every Wednesday night at
Ridley's Hall. Visiting brotners
are cordially invited. O. (1 Rob
ertson N. G.; E. L Berry, Wee
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Miss Mary Weight of Shawnee,
is visiting at the C. C. Handel home
J S Smith and T S Watts trans-
acted business in Avery yesterday.
John Taulbee and wife and Dan
Brown and wife and Dr Taulhee
arrived lust night from Morgan
county Kentucky
Mrs A. (i. < .orey and (he baby |
j arrived home Saturday PVom a sev j
I eral weeks visit with friends and |i
relatives at Bristow.
Messrs. Kimball and Berry and
wives returned home from Missouri
last Thursday. They report an en-
joyable time.
W. C' Sebastian of Daysboro, |
Kv , is in town today. He ha-J
been at Dav«nport a c uple of I
weeks and expects to have the pri 11 - j
cipalship of the Davenport school |
this year.—Publicist.(Saturday )
luture home in Chicago.
Rev W. H Morrow went to
Prague Saturday 'o transact busi
ness and con iuct preaching serviees
Wesley Morrow returned Sunday
from several days pleasant visit at
the home of Elmer v\ ilson ai Ed
mond.
Rev. Cansler ( reached three ex
celleni sermon:* at ti e school hous
Saturday night ana Sunday, under
the auspices of the l hristian church
people.
.Vl'S VI ( Bij,'us in 1 t:i>.' c ild-
ren 1 ft yotjrdav for a wi iters visit
at het old h >me in [emiet'e. I'enn
Mr Baugus expects to visit the old
home si me time during ihe winter
vnonl hs.
Prank Edmondsun who has been
wurkii-g i 1 the Kansas wheal fields
stopped off la-t week and vi~ite<I
until Saturday at the h"me of his
u ic e J C Hugo Charlie Hugo
accompanied him to Shawnee.
C C. Ran<lel hi'S resigned hi#po
sition as business manager of the
D. ve iport Ginning and C<"lon Co.
We i>re pie ised to sa\ however thai
the co iipany has found another
efficient man to take the place, in
the person of Baiiess ( howning,
who is s>> well known 10 the people
in and around Davenport Sinc>
writing the ab ve we leon thai
Bailees has resigned this po-itioi
and has been employed to do tin
weighing at Robertson & Own s
gin.
Office in Bi'ck Ban
Have You
Arranged
To Receive t.ie Current
Number of
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The
Farmers
Magazine"
The great agricultural publi-
cation of the Two Territories?
If Mot, You Not Doing
Yourself Justice
This great Territorial produc-
tion is the champion of the peo-
ple, and its motto is:
"Only Ihe Best for the Tiller of the Soil"
If you are not now a sub-
scriber, send a postal today
for a sample copy, mailed
free upon request, to
The Farmers Magazine
Company "
Oklahoma City, • Oklahoma
Agents Wanted everywhere.
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JLET US WRITE INSURANCE |
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Providence-Washington
Trezevant & Cochran,
Shawnee.
4 STRONG ONES, AND INCLUDE PRO-
TECTION FROM FIRE, LIGHTNING
AND TORNADO
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JSM1TH & WATTS, at Farmers Bank.
WE ALSO WANT TO LIST YOUR LANDS,
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