The Dover News. (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 10, 1907 Page: 4 of 4
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C, P. Matjk,
,M. A. Mitchell.!
THE BANK of DOVER
Capital StOfiOOJOO '
"ABSOLUTE SAFETYi //rsf/ LIBERALITY, next"
IS OUR MOTTO.
A Bank Account is a record of your business tjans-
actions. Deposit your Money, Checks, etc-, and
issue chocks on your account for your expenditures,
these act as receipts for payments. By Una means
you have a record of your business from year to
year. Youcan startanaccountwith$l.tJOormore.
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS.
Link Bakr, M. A. Mitchi^l, * C. D. Mauk,
W. A. Mitchell. J. R. Manninoo.
A0 H, Schowalter £ Co,
ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL
Lumber, Sash, Doors, Moulding, Glass
Screen Doors, Paint, Oil and
A. H. RUTH, Manager. DOVER, OKLAHOMA.
DO YOU NEED
Call and see my stock
Price Will be Made Right
B. M.ABK, Oklahomc
XHnbettaluiuj & Embalming.
DOVER MILLING CO.
AND GROUND FEED.
Winnell, Pride of Dover, Elk AND MOKAitcn
^ HAM POO
Hair Guttlno In •
3. X. Fuller, prop.
Good Bath Roome Laundry Sent Every
Happtnir/fj qf inltrejt Gatba~ed jTor the
"bent/it of Our 'P.catterj.
An Improvement Associa-
While all the towns around us nre
forming associations of their business
for the purpose of Improving the
towns, what is the reason that our
town cannot have one? It will cos
nothing to meet once in two or tour
weeks and talk over the situation.
While it might not do much to boom
tho town, yet we should get better
acquainted with one another and
with one another s wants and
wishes. A community of spirt an
enthusiasm which is very apt to
display itself in some direction.
Tho old saying that everything
oomes to him who waits, may have
been true in the old time, but under
the spirit of present auo if a person
wants a thing he must go after it,
Wo believe there is a go-ahead
spirt enough in town to carry an im
provement association through to
good results if it were only started
and wo also believe that after it was
fairly started the good effects of it
would be felt immediately. Perhaps
not as some cities have done in get
ting great branches of industry to
settle here, but in plans for beauti-
fying and improving what wo have,
and in being ready to embrace oppor
tunities, if any should come. An
association of this kind, it seems to
us, would be pleasant and profitable
even if not much in the way of
"boom" came from it. Will not
some of the business men make
move in the matter?
This is a sort of a topsy turvy
world. No one seems to bo saiis
fied. One man is struggling to get
justice and another is flying from it,
One man ia saving up to buy
house and another is trying to sell
his dwelling for less than it cost to
get rid of it. One man is spending
all the money he could earn
taking his girl to a theater or show
and sending her presents in hopes
that he may eventually make her
his wife, and his neighbor is spend
ing all the gold he has saved trying
to get a divorce. One man kccpi
a pistol to protect himself against
buglars, while his neighbor does'nt
keep one for fear of shooting him
self or some member of the family
One man pays for his paper in ad
vance because he can read it with
greater relish, while another takes
it four or five years without paying
one cent for it, and enjoys it huge
ly all the while. Surely a queer
old world this is.
Jan. 2, 1U07.
As per contract in the
ast, I will write again.
We are glad to say that we were
invited to another line dinner at our
friend, Washington Tschopp's, in
said Township above mentioned.
To be sure we jumped at the invi-
tation as usual, to get to fill our
Bread Basket on turkey, and good
grub that is prepared by our ladies
of Banner Township. On this o-
:asion it was our friend's birthday,
of which the cold, wintry winds of
sixty seven years has blown, and yet
he sits on his perch as though he
were in his teens, looking in beyond
the for still a better day coming.
Our friend was highly elated over
his company and the way they en-
Parties present were:
Mr. Sherman and family.
Mr. Walker and family,
Mrs. Spaulding and family,
Mr. Frank Reaves and family,
Mr. Jones and family.
Mrs. Slief, Mrs. Neal of K. C.
Mr. Manna Allier, Mr. Dunn,
JJr. McNight, and the Corn llus-
ker, also all their own, numbering
in all 26, and the way they handed
tne good grub was'nt slow. Every-
body pronounced it a grand success,
had a good time, and went home
rejoicing," with Jthe expectation of
being present at another one in the
R. N. S.
F. L. BOLING—KINGFISHER
represents the only company that
will make farm loans and charge no
We have just learned that Fred
Taylor is the papa of another girl.
This is rather late to make the an-
nouncement, but we just heard about
it. We will bet the holes in a doz-
en doughnuts against a box of chalk
that had the new-comer been a boy
Fred would have let us know it
soon after the arrival, Fred only
has three girls.
J. C. Leitch last week purchased
the Will Miller residence on the west
side of town and will occupy the
same with his family.
Read the advertisments in tuis
issue—they will do you good.
Alvin Stilt has purchased the Pol
ton property in tne south part of
town and will move to the same soon.
The Doltons we understand will go
WILL GET 1 DOZEN
F0 R, 30 DAYS
From January 14
To February 14
Regular Price $3 Remember For 3o Days $2
Rooms 2 and 3.
Opera House Building
The farmers from the Box Springs
visiliity have been busy for several
days this week hauling lumber for
the new bridge which will span the
Cimarron at the crossing in Banner
township south of A. J ■ Slief's.
The building of this bridge will mean
a great deal of trade from that
vicinity which has been coming to T,,p 'm3,a(V ^hi,e
n ,, . v r , rf Sewing Machine of the latest pat
Dover will go to Kingfisher. Dover ,ern ,*Hh r11 ,ll(1 improved attach
could have well afforded to clay a | raents which wo desire to sell. W
Builds up waste tissue, promotes
appstite, improves digestion, Induces
refreshing sleep gives renewed
strength and health. That's what
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea does.
35 cents, Tea or Tablet s.
Dover Drug Co
G. W. FLETCHER,
mi ESTATE ftfli
Money to Loan on Farms.
J. A. Blackford, Prop>
First Class Accomodations
Opposite Court House.
J. E, Welty, Prop.
good road from town to this vicinity
and given them bouns besides to
keep this bridge out. The farmers
can get along without Dover, but
Dover cannot get along without the
That's the house that Doctor built,
The biggest bouse you see;
Thank goodness he don't get our
For w<* take Hollister's Rocky
Dover Drug Co.
Mr. B. B. Weatherlv, a Stock-
holder of The Enid National Banki
Enid, Okla. has purchased the T.
D. Mclntire farm on Turkey Creek,
North West of Dover. Consideration
Link Barr went to Guthrie Tues-
day, he will look in on the conven-
tion for a day or two. lie will then
go to Stillwater where he will spend
a few days.
Highest price paid for hides and
urs by the Dover Meat Market,
T. C. Smith went to Guthrie Tue;
day on business.
took the machine in exchange f( r
advertising space and will sell it at
a bargain for cash or on pavmenta.
If you need a machine come in
and see us. Don't let this chance
go by to get a good one for the
White is a standard of excellence.
To Bill and' the Boys.
Every school boy knows that a
kite would not ily unless it had a
string tying it down. It is just so
in life. The man who is tied down
by a dozen responsbilities and their
mother, will make a higher and
stronger flight than a batchelor, who
having nothing to keep him steady
is always floundering in the mud,
if you want to ascend in tho world
tie yourself to somebody.
Possesses wonderful medical power
over the human body, removing all
disorders from your system, is what
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea will
do. Makes you well, keeps you well.
35 c#nts Tea or Tablets.
Dover Drug Co.
Cursa 5"rc or' < t'
The demand from teachers, clerkf,
iu fact, laboring people of all pro-
fessions. for h«me study courses in
Bookkeeping. Shorthand, Writing,
aud Telegraphy -became so great
that two years ago, we installed in
our institution, a regular home study
department. This department has
grown rapidly and the success of its
students has been something won-
derful, under our new original and
practical methods of teaching, and
the use of the famous Bryne Systems.
To show our faith in our methods,
we have for. the past year agreed to
refund every cent of tuition at the
completion of a course, if it was not
satisfactory and not as recommen-
ded. We have only been asked to
refundi"n one instance, In tli B ca e,
the student had not received the in-
structions promptly, due to an error
iu our mailing department.
Those who take a course by mail
and afterwards enter our school for-
personal instruction are given credit
on their scholarship for personal in-
structions to the full amount of tui.
tion paid on the mail course, thus
making the tuition on the mail course
free. Some find that they can save
a month or two's time and board by
taking our home study course before
enrolling with us for personal in-
structor.. While our home study
course is more throrough, practical
and extensive than that given in
most business colleges, it is not as
complete and as extensive as our
personal course in the same subjects.
However, it is just as thorough as
far as it goes.
As you have not given mail course
instructions the thought and care-
ful study we have, you mav doubt
our ability to teaeh you successfully.
Write 11s ; state what course you de-
sire to pursue; ask as many ques-
tions as you like, and receive our
answers promptly and to the point
explaining everything to yotir entere
satisfaction. Be progressive, inves-
tigate. A postal card or a letter
will bring you information that may
prove the turning point in your life
for a greater success. Earn while
von learn; utilise in developing the
brain power the idle moments you
have been wasting.
If you are prepared to enroll with
11s for personal instruction, do so.
If not do the next best thing—
take a course by mail. \ou run no
risk. Our work is guaranteed, and
we assure you that at compl tion you
would ii'it take ten times the cost of
your scholarship for the knowledge
obtained. $15 pays for a life scho-
larship in any course, good at any
time. You can pursue your work as
vour'tim 11 permits—in the office or
at home. Don't think that our met.
hod of instruction is like that of
other institutions, it is entirely dif-
ferent. It is thorough, practical,
Capital City Business College
Remember that you can buy beef
by the quarter for t cents per pound
i;t th I'jvcr Meat Market.
LIVERY AND FEED
First Class Rigs a Specialty
If you leave your team at
my Barn you can rest
assured that it wilt
have the best 0/
attention. y \
H. McGEB Prop., Dover.
I. W. BE/iyWAN
For dates and terms call or address
at Dover, or call at The News office.
n. t. Church
Preaching every alternate Sunday
at 11 a m. and every Sunday even-
ing at 1.30. Sabbath school every Sun
day at 10 a. m. Prayer meeting every
REV. II. B. VKNNUM, P. C.
Preaching every Sunday
Morning 11 o'clock.
Evening 7:30 "
Sunday school at 10 o'clock.
Y. P. A. Sunday evening at 7:00
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening.
Rev. F. II. Duakcjbk , Pastor
Knighfs and Ladles of Security
Dover Council No. 1212 meets at
the hall every Monday night. Visiting
Knights and Ladies welcomed.
II. B. Vennum, Maud Dolton,
E. F. Pursell, Financier.
The action of the heart de-
pends upon the heart nerves
and muscles. When from any
cause they become weak or ex-
hausted, and fail to furnish
sufficient power, the heart flut-
ters, palpitates, skips beats;
and in its efTort to keep up its
work, causcs pain and distress,
such as smothering spells,
short breath, fainting, pain
around heart, arm and shoul-
ders. The circulation is im-
peded, and the entire system
suffers from lack of nourish-,
Dr. Miles' Heart Cum makes
a heart strong and vigorous by
strengthening these nerves and
"I had palpitation and pain around
my henrt, and tho doctors said It was
Incurable. I don't believe It now. for
after taking six bottles of Dr. Miles'
lleart Cure, three bottles of the Nervine
and three boxes of the Nerve and
Liver Pills I am entirely cured, and
/eel better than I have for Ave years,
and It Is all dtie to these remedies. I
■want you to know that your medlclnea
rured me. It relieved me from th®
first dose, and I kept right on till th*
pain In my chest was gone, and I kept
on feeling better even nfter I quit
taking It. rnnw ti bitbdv
joi1n ii. rhrrman.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Is sold by
your druggist, who will guarantee that
the first Dottle will benefit. If it faito
ha will refund your money.
Miles Mcdical Co., Elkhart, Ind
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Pursell, E. F. The Dover News. (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 10, 1907, newspaper, January 10, 1907; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106589/m1/4/: accessed October 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.