The Davenport Leader. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 5, 1908 Page: 1 of 8
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Vol. IV No. 43
DAVENPORT, OKLA., THURSDAY, MARCH
$1.00 PER YEAR
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PICK UP NEWS ITEMS
IN AND OUT OF TOWN
J. Q. Bagwell was in Kendrick
Several new subscribers to
the Leader this week.
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W. C. Henry was in Ardmore
the fore port of the week.
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Our school district is in splen
did shape financially.
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Mr. Bunting, the Santa Fe
agent has a brother visiting him.
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Everybody should plant trees
infront of their property along
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Grass is coming on fast and if
the weather continues favorable,
will soon make pood pasture.
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The Leader will accept most
any old tiling you have laying
around 011 subscription especially
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Teams are filling in for the
foundation of the new Frisco
depot which will be built some-
time in April.
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Trie Sundav school baptist
association will be held with the
first baptist church of Davenport,
commencing Thursday evening
March ^C>, 1908 at. 7:30 p. m.
Mr. Bu'la. the cement side-
walk I'ontr ictor, returned from
Uniontown. Kansas yesterday
and wifl begin laying walks
again here as soon as the weather
H, W, Glasspool
located with the smith. ter-
rill eurmture company.
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. propi lating the work of other:
The skating rink is not make
ing any noise this week. What's
the matter, is every body crip-
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Rev Mitchel lectured on panics,
their caus-! and the remedy at
the presbterian church Sunday
night to a good audience.
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Some people immagine that a
paper is only to pay out money
and do all the work that other
people asks for nothing.
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The school yard should be
f -need and planted in trees. It
is necessary to fance it first to
protect the trees from being de-
stroyed by stock.
*120.00 000 balance for Janu-
ary for .products sent abroad,
against *<12.000.000 for the same
month last year should make 11s
■all feel prosprous instead of
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The State Bank of Davenport,
as has been mentioned in the
Leader before, has its certificate
dispayed in the hank showing
it has complied with the new
insurance law of Oklahoma.,
which secures the depositors
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Troy P. Perkins is doing a
good loan business. He says the
Leader has brought him this
bu-iness. He is building a resi
dence and this demands a portion
of Ins time anil after its.oinple
tion e will devote his whole
time in the loan and insurance
The merchant who depends
on other merchants to advertise
to h. ing cuctomers to his store
always has failed. Tuen again
if lie succeeded he would be ap
[J. G. McCifE & Co.
I DEALERS IN
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Shots, Hats, Notions,
A GOOD BARGAIN
80 acres four miles from Davenport,
7U acres in cultivation. Fine water, 2000
fruit trees just coming into bearing, can
huy stock, implements and etc. with it,
price $27.60 per acre.
•10 tf Berner & (Jossett.
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FARM AND CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE
1 farm one mile west of Dav-
enport. School house 011 farm;
•"> business lots, 11 on first street,
j 2 011 second street; residence and
|H lots on Main stieet, Inquire of
A. Daggett, Daven]iort Okla.,
J. G. McCue & Co.
- DAVENPORT, OKLAHOMA. .
vmamw . - aiimmwam cp-
lt would be a w pnli v to
extend the corpo mi limits
beyond, and tak ii rail-
ways as this won I Vcl.ll
thousand dollars to able
wealth. Tne two <1 art
practically in tow 1 > a hot
i when the corporal • • 1 - were
! established it left til' III "II
YV. I. Sexton is closing out
his stock of groceries, we under-
stand, to quit business and move
out of town. The Leader regrets
thai M Sexton will move away
as he is a valueadle citizen.
Honest anil industrious.
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Geo. Clorrall-colored who re-
sides four miles sonth of town
came in today and placed him-
self ahead for the Leader Ho
is one of the first- settlers here
and is making money.
W. A. Norman, wife and little
son of Willzetta, were in Daven-
port Friday evening of last j lows: tetotalers.
week to visit Mrs W. 1?. Allen, •* •*
husband and a younger sister, Middle Rasters, Harrows and
sisters of Mrs, Norman. one horse Planters at Cochrane's
for his enefit for v\ hieh hogives
uo'ii . in return.
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It is s.itprising how many "f
these Koiitnckians in Davenport
d 1 inlc water, coming as they did
from a state where the making
of gi o I |ipuot and plenty for all
is ' tie of their speejatles, vet
they all drink water: dr.nk it at
meals; lietweeu meals: at all
time If a dozen or more of the
yoanj/er class file into a restraunt
for lunclms; the lunch includi-
water too. 110 other drink for a
Kentuckian. This leads us to
believe they are blue ribbon fe!
Quickly rcllevcc! i - c. crly
Satisfaction C :cd.
I W. C. V. ife
Char r, OkJa.
MUST WAVE THE &9LLAR
jDrug and Duug Sundries |
Remember we are still in th*
busidess for you- health and
carry a complete line of di ugg
dt ug-bundries, toilet articles etc.
One dollar for a ve
to the Leadkr. Iiink.
reasonable and y, . 1 tli'-i
enf to maintain t h I .geij
er with its otli wi 1 Yet
we do not gof th" i 1- t 1j
same as if the in i * ii > dol-
lars or anv other in' nt.
We are going to ind elf
or t to get the DO I.LAW and
more which ;nv - its mling b\
placing the ace. tin .1. M. t lo.-
sett's hands who «• : I. 1 -nil
if neccessury, to roil'
I L ROBERTS CAFE
. (or the
The best terms.
C.me to The State
Bank of Davenport.
Cb s. Berner, Agt.
A ! colored man by the name
of ' v wli lives near the Sac V
L'.ix gem \ was coming home
froiu Chandler on thetrain afev
, days ago was not allowed to en' 1
t'ie Jim Crow car on account of
1 h.s i-oloi Ii l.ei.pg white, yet
] afri'-.ni ,li i 1.', a negro, if \
i I'k-as .
1 trade -marks l"" i|)tly obtained I11
obtain patents 3
that pay, ihem thoroughly, m oui i
HHH'.llli'l ti' l|> >1111 to KUtfiNM. 1
i>< U'U f(.i FREE N |>' I
lit. 20 .ears' practice. 8UR-
PA8S/NG REFERENCES. For free Uu hi.
l! oli I "r«.lit a bin I'aleiitM wrltU to
J --103-505 Seventh Streot
' washington, d. c.
The Best Place in Town for
Regular Board, Confec-
ions, Ice Cream, Cold
Drinks, Gigars, Candy and
Welty & Martin
on Broadway couv
public in going fr
IW a II Paper
Have you seen our line of spring wall-
paper? if not, you should do so before
the best is gone. We have it for 7cts.
per foil and upward*-
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We are handling the New-Era paints
and varnishes. Remember we guran
tee every can that is sold, to give
Clark D^iig Co.
l)r Nickel anil 1 11 > of Canal
City, Kentucky, rrived here
Sunday inoruin to t> t the en-
vij<oratin^ atniospli ,md sun
shine of Okla 'I'll Dr., we are
informed, will 111 n • hi^ pro-
fession h ire and wh ; In 1 lie does
or not he is a vain thle citizen
to the growing ti wn of 1'aven
port and the I id r believes
tlwt it; the town and ill.that is
in it is made hetfei h. th ■ addi-
tion of himself and in illy.
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(i kind of J, 1. 11 tivntors
the Can" and nan two
howe cotton nn<l * < rii planter^,
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F. M stiH'kwell appears to he
in a | i l< of trouble regarding
the ictions of his neighlx)rs in
olist; in liiiji: he flow of water in
dry cie. k 1 < it overflows his la 11 .
The matter is in litigation. H\
ery l inn owner adjacent to
ciet 1 s lould join with his nei. -
hor in keeping the channel of
the -leek clear of obstructi< n.
and furthermore, it would
hi time tost for each to put in 1
f'-w d ivs each year in increaM 1
ti 1 >: 11 t.ii'i channel In 1
ing 1 inhankmeiits by them.
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TI e 'Mill" e iiH on in J.)av
port Sunday Stori s and rest
rant which heretofore h
been at upturned to open as
n< dtj tor the public «
c!'• I and about all attein >
pub! worship Mike Ale
ham -a\ - he'd rather the <i. \
i! would ^et him with his uppe
1 ile appeased than to go to Ii 1
veil hungry, and The Leadtt
commends him for such a state
luent However, there is no
need to live the life of the w ick< d
ami alio the d< \ il to get y« 1
Mini 111 1 .pie believe will he I ii
ca Ih 11 there is no necessit.
for micIi laws II ought not t .
be I-ti, allied hai'lllfull foi a
-! Mil 1.. keep open Oil II ■
- e 1. I lie vaiile as ho'el- t..
feed the hungrv. and it 1 no
harn . I never the Sunday la a
a pi., rs to put a ban on it.
Tho farmers Unions can have
free space in the Leader for any
items they wish to give publica-
tion to pertainnig to fanning or
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Mrs VV. H. Morrow, who has
be 'n confined to her ho no with
sickness for a few weeks i-. im-
Joe. Avery, Prop.
Second St. Bet. Cleason ave. & Broadway.
Clias. Houston attended the
breedei-s association at Knid,
Okla the fore part of la- ! week.
He is vice president, of the asso-
ciati >n. While there he pur-
h 1 se<l three fine burl; hire gilts,
aying ^130 tiO for t he pri/e win-
in r Tliev re alt; a in; visit
o s who comment 0111 in rheimtv
as well as breedm;;. r. lions-
ton is a progressive arm r and
takes hoi I o iioth g hit good
stock; the ck ti. I p s.
Did von see the Divers 'spring
tooth cultivators, the It tooth
Harrow and the "> tooth culti-
vators at Coctirane's;
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A row of Sweet Peas is very
nice, Cochrane ha thein mixed,
in hulk and 5c buys all one needs
I f you have an active brain and
will properly train it, tho busi-
ness world wants you. It will
pay you more than any other
Be honest, industrious, possess
plenty of sticktuitiveness, a
thorough knowledge of scientific
Bookkeeping, Business Training,
Shorthand, and Typewriting.
At the largest and most pro-
gressive commercial school in the
state, the Capital City Business
College. Guthrie, Okla. Urge
annual enrollment. Positions
secured for graduates. The fa-
mous Byrne Sinplified Short-
hand and Practical Bookkeeping
taught, (kpert teachers trained
under the supervision of the
author. State and U. S. Gov-
ernment positions, official court
reporters, the very liest of posi-
tions with tho largest and best
commercial concerns, corpora-
tions, etc. If you are ambitious
and desire to achieve success,
write for l.'t'i page catalog full of
statements, every one backed by
a cash guarantee. Makeastart.
1 his is a day when successful
people do things.
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Cochrane sells 4 or 5 Dollars
worth of garden seed a day. He
has them in Bulk and they are
My method af Brazing is a
Mrs. Iiaugus has moveii her millinery
to the May & Stacy store.
A nice 3 room house for rent.
W. R. Smith
There is to be a movement in this
locality to cut up the large farms for
truck farming. It ought to have been
done before as thin county is especially
adapted to the raising of small fruits
and of vegetables of every variety and
the canning factory can prepare them
Hon. R. F. Martin called at the Lea-
der office today. It makes us better; wc
work better and even the devil moves
up a notch or two in the scale of ethics
when Mr. Martin comes in.
E. Ii. Moore sold a dwelling to the
Rev. Mr. Clevehger this week.
The peach tree says spring has come.
They are in bloom.
THE DAVENPORT STATE BANK
HP o the public, every accommodation
■■■ consistent with good, conservative
*■V% %■ v%
Our Depositors are protected by
the Depositiors Guaranty Fund
of the state of Oklahoma
Deposit Your Money with
The Davenport Stale Bank
SAFE. CON .ERVATIVE, PROGRESSIVE
ing Stacy, Vice-Pres. R. S. May, Sec. S
s. Berner, Cash. x
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Anderson, E. R. The Davenport Leader. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 5, 1908, newspaper, March 5, 1908; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106478/m1/1/: accessed July 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.