The Davenport Leader. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 9, 1908 Page: 4 of 4
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the davenport leader
E. It. AMlERSON, Editor
■ THE DAVENPORT LEADER. Tmn^y ]my 0 lan„
•tton, but we mention it that we m*y
•Ute that even if it were true, in this
or any other town, it would not ob-
struct the rapid march of socialism one
iota, aa socialism ha* taken deep root
in the minds of thinking people and it
will require som.- ip-eater calamity to
b«fall a socialist paper than the loss of
few merchant's ads to put it out of
„ — y°,,r parents take the'fam-
tfcL the Ht/eet loud|y !lyvi8itinPof evenings, probably
unite^hT Uklne their 'patronage 7Z visit a
tha LBADKR because of Its socialistic ^iT^Hr8"'^! (l"''ken' a''')le8
poeltion. The rumor is without found- ' KO'M' things? Can you
we mention it that we may V18,t now? No. One good fellow
old saintly mother made you a
gingham apron and hickory bat
«n#I v< ii • -l . .. .
says to us this week, "I want
the Leader but I have no oO
cents. I Work about every hour;
get in time for pleasure what-
ever." Works all the time and
has got no (50 cents. Who gets
bis lalwr? Where will he and his
family g,« when his youthful
vitality gives away; The only
remedy we can offer such peo-
ple is to tell thein to turn the
rascals out; vote to take the
profit out of money and all else
The legislature enacted a law dis-
franchising anv body that does not vote
t h°dy ehc- The
of the law is not discussed willingly by
kn.!Hi? "!? *dv"cate8- but "II will Profit out of money and all .1
;°l— i.« ■.«, . o, Z t;!
!?"* ■■ The election machinery' ' —
heingin the ten* of the democrats
makas it possible for them to do as
audher sister IJ?"1®. K">ak'st commercial na-
Fairfax of Hon on
rteu rned fror
City Business College
thav , -ZH "" — "> a. I M me^ngVe/mn^ediatelv' fi A
r please alxmt allowing the voter to (;hrl"t'an Endeavor at ti l/ p u'
"Wtater . vote. I'rayer meeting Wednesday evLn":
it (k h "" ~ impj h°P,st episcopal church
If the government would exnend P1f<Jaehlntr on the second Sundayof
more money jn building *ood r„H(1< I AII h^"," wl" n"- A' M' i,nd 7:1" P M.
ood schools, wherin the farmer's chl!- "ervices. ' ' y 'nvlted to *ttend these
&'Sund Bimrr cHuic-H.
«JJn*. to make rural Mf. worth the liv- * P^eh^ivery 8% /? £'
^ putting millions int,, big ^^ Thu^jv evening at r.Tp T'Z
war to shoot the grafters idea of gov-1 ° r,ml"lMy invited to attend,
^ment'"to the philipin.M or any hoi. , PHE8BYTERIAN CHURCH
horiion" " °* "PPears above the j Suyday school each Sunday at 10 A
•wi on. we would be far better off second and fourth Sun
The_a"ci.,i,t party w niH do this ii aM ^ All invited ^
Grandpa Morgan spent the 4th at
Dewey Ok la.
The 25th of July is the day
.. A0"^°" of forces will ,,iake
the 25th a great day.
Leader lost one subscrilierand
got fifty this week.
Three good milch cows for sale. Call
on Mrs. T. N. Perkins Davenport Okla.
Mrs. Jesse left for Kentucky
yesterday to remain several
w. P. Napier of Baldwin Mo., called
on us to-day. He is looking over the
country with a view of locating.
Dr. Smith, wife and baby of
Meeker, dined at the hotel Dav-
O. H Baldwin Gf Rockford,
Colorado is visiting with bis
relatives the hu^oh.
Frank Whitton and Fred
Slack sjient Saturday and Sun-
uay in Oklahoma City.
Miss Nellie McCue of St. Louis
' ls 1,010 making a short visit
with her bruther J. G. McCue.
Mr. Charley Gossett who has
ilU!'e visiting his parents
returned to Kentucky Tues
D.lug.- of mi,, Monday even-
ing which raised the creeks and
uspoiided the work on some
Miss Mabel Mitchell and brother,
E. R. Anderson
OWEN & NEELEY.
ATTOMNKV8 ti counselors
Up-to -date Hair Cut
placed in power.
:1e h**' Poultry coun-
ty. In the world because of the eli-1
" we r#isin f poultry
to wt'wo to market, w thl, makes it
""ul,r>' "I"". If I
1-*°** h"'1 not ffiven away these
rTh ch .h y 'tc'"!thp ro#'l« "p-
ZZ ^ y T *h"- """ they built
7 C,Hild Ket their pon'try to
Z *nd thL'n there
M "°me plearure In raising poU|try.
tlH'er <fi<l yOU eVer m,ti« that „mu
thB". -y°" to In. prosfiering
a ttl« In debt, aa mnHt
-vs;: ;r i—s ?sh.„
we«lth wjth it * ur
how rt'""y ,Unny' any-
whl; I K' mL'" Chew ,hc ver
they call po,itie,? They talk
fa* Hke some big grafters whom they
^ "^toa^t,, rob them
" *pt w'th him down in Georo-i.
Ra^in ^ <he tmMm do not or-
* ute insurance companies in each
t^ ?~ "VU ab°Ut ha" money
u^oc * t0 the bi>r fr"tting in
,l^rni-? "aV" thev '-n
«T.ftedm, they are too poor to buy.
I"' °Lkl«h"- would no
party ,ft<>r thl r"n oi the socialist
e^Lw!l, elet'tion if
0,ection m,d «et
Let u. «e. A defic(t
5?~ 'r,'HHUry "••""norebond-
Ir u lT" U "°t? Thc deficit thia
fear is «iiity million dollars
t>. A. iVcLAUHY Pastor.
rut. a,m brother, , ,
Clifton, left Sunday for Cushing where (,etmn
Mabel will visit, and Clifton will I lal>lisb
fttMlimn kio ....—I.
Drs. Baird & Morgan
Sp«l.l Aittntlon K,„„ Surg.rv ,„d
of Won,,. .nd Children.
W.D. Baird M D r M m .. ^
u„ D. . Morgan. M.D
Kc Phone. 4 R#. c .
davenport - . . oklahoma
Drs. Louwien & Hansen
O^ce with Drs. Baird & Morgan
resume his work.
Mrst. Oilis Handel returned
Sunday from Tulsa, where she
has Ixten visiting home folk tor
Mi, and Mrs. Cecil Henry and
mother left Saturday for Ivy
where they will make their
Mr. and Mrs. L. (i. Miller
returned home from Illinois
where they have been stopping
Mrs. a K. Clark left to day
tor Arkansas City, Ark. w here
she will visit with relatives and
friends for some time.
The location for the farmers gin west
Of the Santa Fe depot has been select-
ed and the machinery is in transit. The
gin will be built right away.
1 he Little Zion E
school will j.jve a
, „ . . Mui.. uutnrie
yesterday where they have been
Itev. Scales, Presiding Elder
of the M. E. Church South, of
City. preached to the
young people ad the Chritian
church Tuesday night while on
bis way to Pawnee.
Send in your subscriptions as I
we must pay cash to this robber
pajier trust for all the material
we get. W hen we get socialism
we will have none of this rob-
bing trust and not till then.
C. R. Cook of Snyder Okla
Grand senior warden of the
Masonic order is circulating
among the boys this weelr, stop-
ping at the hotel Davenport.
D. Smith of Stanford, Lincoln
a,"] an old friend of
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Singleton
arrived here tne fourth to look-
up a location to make a future
J. G. McCue uutl Co., Will sell
for cosh after the 18th inst. If
there is a friend to the laborer-
every body-in this country, it,
is Jim McCue and when he
finds it necessary to sell his goods
for cash only, we may know that
the clouds of adversity bang ex
ceedinly low over our commun-
ity. Tlie cash system is the
proper system, but we can not
determine bow we will ever es
it until we own
of Guthrie, Okla., and go into
a commercial life prepaid to
successfully cope with competi-
tion without having to tussle at
the bottom of the ladder for a
numlier of years to get a start.
Large illustrated catalog may
be had free for the asking. j
PICNIG, JULY 25th
for Sale—160 Acre:
upland, does not overfi
west of Davenport. N
51,700., good barn and (
ings, fenced and cross i
fenced hog tight, good
fruits of all kinds, blacl
>" cultivation. A good c
farm. Price, $7,000. C
[ Davenport, Okla.
A fine Poland China
change because connecti
A Streeter, 1 mjle east
00 YOU NEED IT?
Would you want a doctor who
had graduated in a High School
but who ha.l never attended a
Medical College to wait on you.
if you were seriously ill > Would
.you want a lawyer who had
graduated in a High School but
who had never taken a Law
course to handle an important
case for you hi court; If not
why not; The reason is plain.'
lien why, younj; man or voting
woman, will yon figure on going
into the business world to make
your living, to make your sue
cess or failure in life, without
East sunday , a fi'*t class business
picnic at the L,ni"g 8cho°1. one that gives
es sooth ,lf t!lor Ugh, corn •
At a meeting of the commer
wal club Tuesday evening in
the Woodman ball it was decid-
ed to hold a picnic Here on the
o . ulv. 1 his is the annual
Picnic of which it is purposed to
observe in an unbroken chain of
successions, the 27, however, as
Monday came on the 27th this
year it was changed to the 25th.
111 this year of floods and pan
its the farmers utilize all their
spare moments in producing a
wop and it's only on Saturdays
that they think of having any
^.creation, and was arranged
lib that point in view. There
w I be speaking by someone of
note and other amusements, but
ed that—The Leader 'suggests it j p /V' eDtertaia,,1«nt *
at least—the people of this vi " y even'ikr py the
unity and elsewhere lay off tbel°f SOn"'of 'he secret so
cares of life for that day, fill
their basket with onions, radish-
as. infact any luxuries thev may
thP ( have on hand, load up the" kids,
, '' the mules to the wagon
land come. Come filled with
that enthusiasm that is charac-
teristic of the pioneer Oklaho-
man and with a determination
to have one day of rest and re-
creation ior your tired brain and
bodies. And we will have a
good how too. We will make
the band play, the boys play
nan, tho merry-go-round go at
a gait it never did before, en
This is Presidential year, an
pendable daily paper. The Ok
and Weekly Times i« in the I
progrenive Management, and th
itors are mm of wide experien,
work, and as members of the
will present the news of the t
The Friday issue has been mu
carries all the important featu
Sunday paper, toother with
special interest, to farmers and ,
8 ™ extra charge for this papei
ered to the homes of the Rural R
ttmp,e for Sunday's ireadi
We have arranged a great I
new subscribers. Send us |2 <*
•end you The Daily Times.
from now until January i,t. 1909
, aBtlii. offer ciosm June If,ih 191#
;«nl«n. payable to Th,. Times, 0
The Davenport ]
DEGREE 6IVEN TO THE
- o— «■ ciLiiiei,. . fiirtt
Hidden grove 3 miles south t,f; t;,°^ouKh, complete and
Davenport on Tuesday the l 'Wur8es that meet the de
mands of the progressive busi
A. F. & A. M.
Mrs. It. E. Harper, cousin of
| Mrs. L. B. Perkins, arrived to-
day from Morgan Co. Kv, to
visit for some time in Daven-
Mrs John Stalker anil Mrs 1.
I). Stalker and chlidren left FYi
•lav for an extended visit ith
their mother and other relativ-
LODGE, NO. 122
Hol.1 regular meeting on the second
11(1 fiiiinth v2..t„^i , .
ness world, one that employs
none but the most expert teach
eis in their particular lines,
ami uses the most modern sys-
tems and best business methods
"o expect to successfully go into I
business for yourself or work
for others in a business capac
«ty, without first obtaining a
practical business education is
just as reasonable as it would
be for you to expect t.. make a
the town who invited
the lodge room and ga
the compliment try d >gi
Ark of the covenant,
being a secret work, eac
ber was sworn to secre
stood the test of the tbri
nation excepting Ooikai
enger who showed signt
treme fatigue. Most of I
are anxious to fake the t
gree. Probably a brand
order will be established
Koiore, en uiThf wea,f,her if sizzlii
use the speaker to either tell , " ilt'"los"here being so
us a big one, a little one or' '"akes the h,
none, engage in harmless amuse-1 '"'eiwn'e'
ments. and last, but not least, L W' Richi« perform
those old mothers and fathers manual labor tj*r
who have subdued this part 0f' 'hat be has done in ha*
the laud of the giafter will coni-
W|th one another on re-
miniscences of the battles of life i h: ()- Minglt-ton is dress
p, "a imK h,,m« ' Okl ihonia. ■ 'lh' « he gets his goo.N
mis latter feature will be the I fhe merchants an
crowning one of the event, and """ally wathing in front ,
it should be, for if tbttre b'anv 'storfJ-
people living who are deserving
of a day of mst and pleasure and
the gratitude of those depend-
ent upon them, it is the tiller
of the soil.
that he has done in hair
ury. He used a shovel <
street. He was not gaurd
The Farmers Union will
a county meeting at Ket
A. C. Sample was in thet
cl few I hi V u fli,".. ..... I
Nine farmers out of ten in thU coun-
, erwP w'thout meat to
«««r eed for their, home,. tnd thL
It one of the rnrri U
oniric* 1 ^ncu|tur«l
„—on tne second Sunday school class of ilio it'oi'i'" V<"-' exPw't to make a
the ^rass and all i business you
having bad a good time.' 11"^ T
r r, '!r' J" W' HlKl<ll<; «n, W. M.
K. ( lark, Sec'y.
Davenport I^e, M. W. A. No. 10788
hoi,I, meeting i„ their lodRe r.H,m i„
The May and Staey brick on 2 and 4 Fri
nights in each month.
**!!! Dun't u" "bout Miiiaouri
•ndI uth« states. The p^ph, ^
"ppreasad one place aa another
41 *1 Local
d wkst round
• "< rusen^er
1 '67 p. m.
8:60 a. m.
1^)7 a. m.
3^56 p. m.
l)r' j- huddlkson
Physician and Surukon
owck at r^s. pl,()ne n() „
farmers, do you know these
inljs are washing away and
your strength is going with
thwn; and you an.growing jKxjr-
« ^.vpt the ,alible increns,
•n the price of land which prktn
Ooni.;s and goes at the bequest of' C ./w Ano
""'"oi'airc land pirates and ^ ' 00,000 tO
t'M t it is only a question of a ' ~
'We time when you will have
nj home and yourself and family
serving? When you think of ! * lo*nj durin« ,he P"ic
Hu. h which are ou w,"" ,0 m"ke biKK" on" now-
you at ft,is time Joll >t yuu f| j 'w'm,° 'nsure your propert, ,isn
tie! | Troy P, Perkins, Davenport, Okla
My mhthod of Brzing is a
'' eo YEARS'
The best turnouts
PHONE HO. I.
For The Best
K n I .
▲ DRUGS, PAINTS OILS CI jtt
♦ TO,L I.A„;ctE0!L^ ,
Kestaurant and confectionery J On Us.
♦•Th Ca,uy ,h£ ',eSt 'ines in ,he articles in ,h(- r
m That we are holding and satisfying ,he laroest t„l
♦ for asking your patronage. "" OUr exci,se
Loan to the
Short Orders at all hours.
Elgin Butter Price
▼ k yuur patronage.
♦ Prescriptions A Specialtv
• CHANDLER^* D"
I Exit a.
ANMBt Minting AiltMrh llfid^tMcrhiTr
QUI. klf m.t'rrnm our "|.nu"" fiTi h_""
•mol «lth"i?tcttril, STlh#
Sckniific flmcrkan. Extra,
J he Davenport Hotel!
E O. SINQLETON. MGR
We guarantee the best service for the money that you can finH
, Board by the day or week
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Anderson, E. R. The Davenport Leader. (Davenport, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 9, 1908, newspaper, July 9, 1908; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106491/m1/4/: accessed July 31, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.