The Dover News. (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 2, 1908 Page: 4 of 4
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M. A. MITC HELL.
A. ituox, £
| Hits Central Oklahoma Telephone Gompanu |
CAPITAL STOCK $5o.ooo.oo v
Best Equipment, Best service. £
GENERAL OFFICES: J
Dover - Oklahoma, f
John Lillibridgo was in Enid Sun-
C I). Mauk went to Kingfisher
(ins Knth went to Kingfisher last
(io to Browera fur Postal Cards.
Wm. and Clias. Staples were iu
Bison the fust of the week.
Albert Blair went to hnid Sunday.
Arthur Gray was an Enid visitor
W. W. Kirkham took in the ball
game at Enid Sunday.
Art l'uul was is Hennessey last
Buy your fire works at Brewers
for the -4tli
MID-SUMMER HA TS
We now have on sale some beautiful crcj'
tions that are especially adapted to warm weather
wear, and the greatly rcdueed prices will make
them doubly attractive to prospective purchasers,
They are beauties. Call and look them over.
Mrs, /, A, Holmes
Any one trading to the sum
of Three dollars cash, will
receive free, choice of our 25
Bargains in glassware.
B ro we rs
For Wall Paper,
Paper Hanging and Interior
See SAM WERNER, Phone 29
Estimates Furnished. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
GENERAL REPAIR WORK OF flLK KINDS
fl. H. B
Peaches and blackberries at
The Crescent Canning fac-
tory. Will pay fair prices.
Bring on your fruit now as
we are running every day.
Crescent Canning Co.,
F. L. GILLESPIE, Sec.
Ice Cream, Cold Drinks of all kinds, pies, cakc
Fresh Bread on hand at all times. Candies,
Chewing gum, Cigars, tobaccocs and the best
M jal in the City for 25 cents.
Dr. Owings was in town Tuesday.
Jim R.ibenson was in Dover Sat-
Ethel Coles wag on tlje .sick list
Grand in a Hunt went t-o Wauk-
homis last week.
Mrs. Beccher was in Kingfisher
L- Puis is having a large hay
barn erected near the stock yards.
John Miller was in Hennessey
last Sunday having some dental work
Gee win/., we thought, you were
using tlii'in all the time, ''T11E AL-
Myrtle Sherwood i''id Annette
Saunders were visiting in Kingfisher
\V \Y. Kirkham returned from
a visit with friends and relatives in
Kansas last Thursday.
Mrs- W. \y. Kirkham returned
from a visit with friends at Enid
Did you see those souvenir Postals
at Blowers, one to five cents each
Ernest Condi If came in from Enid
Monday and is visiting with Ins
mother, Mrs. llota Guest.
L. Puis snipped a carload of
cattle to St. Joseph last Saturda)
The white man's burden is poor
food. To get rid ot it, U8p "THE
Mrs. Lucy Bragg, of Enid, was
visiting with Mrs. S. II. Drew this
Mrs. Geo. and John Miller, Mrs.
Northup and Lena Kimerer were
Kingfisher visitors Friday-
Dr. Vincent, Ed Athertoni Press
Wibble and \V. B, Stitt attended
the ball game in Hennessey Sun-
Our goods ore prepared for those
who are particular about what they
eat, ''THE ALTON GOODS."
Wm. Burns has moved back to
Dover and will make this his home
Mrs. Willis Johnson, of Enid,
\yqs here several days last week
visiting with Mrs. S. II. Drew and
Mrs. John Miller,
J. J. McKissick is visiting with
his son in Oklahoma City this week.
Oryille McKissick accompanied his
father us far as El Keno.
One good turn deserves another.
We have told you how good they
are; you should tell your friends
about "THE ALTON GOODS."
Mrs. George Miller left Monday
for Milton, lown, where she will
spend some time visiting with iel-
atives and friends.
John Moore, chief clerk of the
Bock Island at this place, lei t last
l'ridav morning for Chicot, lexas,
where he will visit for several days, j
The Remedy That Does.
'•Dr. Kings New Discovery is the
remedy that does the healing others
promise but fail to preform, ' sajs
Mrs. K. If. Pierson, of Auburn Cen-
I ire, l'a. It is curing me ot throat
I lung trouble of long standing,
that other treatements relieved only
temporarily. New Discovery is
doing me so much goon that 1 feel
confident its continued use for a
reasonable'length ot time will rostoie
mc to perfect health.' 'Ihis re-
newed cough and cold remedy and
throat and lung healer u sold at the
Dover Drug Store, TiOc. and $1.00.
' Tiial bottle tree.
Arthur Hereth lias purchased tlj'-
confectionery stock formerly owned
by Charles Prieee, and will fix the
place up in first class shape.
The Bridge Gang, Foreman Ira
; Brown, returned to Dover Monday
! morning, where they will remain
for some time to complete the dykes
at the Cimarrorn River bridge-
Walter Fleming. Claim Clerk for
the Bock Island at Enid, was visi-
ting with his parents here last week.
Mrs. S.uu Werner and daughter
Laura, returned Tuesday from
Sterling- Kails., where they have
been visiting for several days with
relatives und friends.
Best the Wop-Id Affoidi.
It gives ine unbounded pleasure
to recommend Bucklen's Arnica
Salve," says J. W. Jenkins, of
Chapel Hill, N. C. '•! am convinced
it's tiie best Salve the world affords.
It cured a felon on my thumb, and
it never fails to heal every sore,
burn or wound to which it is applied
c. at the Dover Drug Store.
During the electric storm Sunday
night, lightning struck the corner of
oue ot the granaries owned by the
Dover Milling Company, and demol-
ished some of the timbers but luckily
,chd not catch on tire.
Mrs. II. B. (lamar left Sunday
night for El Keno, where she will
have au operation preformed in a
hospital there. Mr. Harnar ac-
companied her, returning here Mon-
The Western Union Telephone
crew have completed stringing the
new wires across the Cimarron River
bridge and did a very neat job of it.
Miss Bertha Ream and Mrs.
Boyd •njoyed a pleasure jaunt Tues-
day evening! on a gasoline pan in
charge of one of the Western Union
At the live stock sale at Thomas
Johnston's place Tuesday evening,
T- C. Smith succeeded in purchas-
ing the topnotchers of the lieanl,
while the second class was bought
by a man named Kidney, from
\V. L. Taylor has been cutting
some of the weeds oft the streets
this week. lie was assisted by
C. C. Jones.
The Rev. Morgan who started
revival meeting at the Baptist
Church last week, decided Sunday
night that it would not prove
success, so shaking the dust of Dover
from his feet, he departed Monday
morning for greener pastures. His
first atop will be at Holdenville.
The levee on the eas;t side ot
Turkey Creek on Link Burr's place
was completed last week, at n total
co$t of $175.00. It is a little more
than a tliousadd feel long and ranges
from 2 to C feet high, and no doubt
will stop the creek from overflowing
the west portion of Dover. The
lloek Island Railroad Company con-
tributed $25 towards its construction.
Just fcx ctly Ri};lit.
■'1 have used Dr. King's New
Life Pills for several years, and find
them just exactly right,'' says \. A.
Felton, of Uarrisville, N. Y. New
Lite Pills relieve without the least
discomfort. Best remedy for con-
stipation, biliousnefs and malara.
5c. at the Dover Drug Store.
Quarterly Meeting will he hold ai
the Mi ihodnt Church July 1-' aud Kl
Rev. Rankin, Presiding Elder, will
l>e in attendance.
ano CURE ™E LUNCS
Farm or Bualnmmm
for sale. Not particular about l<* tlo -
Wish to hr„r from owner only who
will srll direct to buyer. Give price,
description and tate wben poMMak*
can be had. Addreae,
L DAMYSHI&E. kl *•
... He A $1.00.
OLDS TiW Bottle Free
AND ALL THROAT AND MJNQ T^OUBIES.
"QTTAHANTEED SATIS FACTOU
OK MONEV REFUNDED.
Good farm H 1--' miles east of
Dover. All fenced and in good con-
dition. Price $2400.
C. D. MAI;k.
l(iO acre f;inn two and a half mile*
southeast of Dover. Inquire at
Dover Drug Co.
Nollii'n like it for
Furniture and Ffaors.
CI For Trap or Field a STEVENS
SINGI-E or DOUBLE BARREL
SHOTGUN ia Ider.l. I.o-.v in Price
—High in Quality gun value
right through! I.'iada in standard
gauges, lengths, weights, etc.—
Hammer or ilatnmcrleaa Styles.
SHOOT CTKAICriT AND STRONG
cive Hrvrdw .in •' '1
dportiog Ouc'i *•!<•--
ffiant#. If you < «.nnot
ohtatn, wa ftaly di'ttt,
prm vr*p*"l, ti^oa
. .idpt of Catalog
land for llSO-pajrolUnB-
tr.-ited C .ft on detcrib-
.>4 onttre output.
Km ittnol ra cover
dor*. Mailed for
ut h n r to
ARM3 & TOOL CO.
P. O. Doz 4098.
Friday Jnlii 31908
ial Train From
Write to W. T. Field, Secretary, caro
Hupremc Court, (hithrie. for 81ec per
reservaiiuiiK an l tickets.
Write me for illustrated folder au d
J. S. McNALLY, D. P.
THE WORLDS GREATEST SEWING MACHINE
It Can't Be Beat.
The best of all teachers is expe-
rience. C. 31. Harden, of Silver
City, North Carolina, says: "I find
Electric Bitters does all that's claimed
for it. For Stomach, Liver and
Kidney troubles it can't be beat. 1
have tried it and fouud it a most
excellent medicine." Mr. Harden
is right; it's the best of all medicine
also tor weakness, lame baekt and
all run down conditions. Best too
for chills and malara. Sold under
guarantee at the Dover Drug Store.
Ifvon want either a Vibrating Shuttle, TN.nry
Shuttle or a Blnglo Thread [Chain StUelii
Sewing Machine write to
THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE COMPANY
Many sewing machines are made to sell regardless of
quality, but the New Homo is made to wear.
'•* Our guaranty never runs out.
gtolU^by authorized dealer* only.
~ ~ FOR SAL? BY
New Home Sewing
Yesterday afternoon a party of
tmsiness men of Dover, learning of
the condition of the roads west of
town, went out, taking a couple of
tPiuns, soino shovels and axes, and
cut brush, filling the mudholes and
covered them over with sand, thus
leaving the road in good shape for
tli,: farmer to travel over when they
come here to spend the 4th of July,
or when he brings his wheat to
town. An excellent job of work
I was done, and what was heretofore
' m hug* mudhole is now high and
dry and will bold up the heaviest
load, f he X cws thinks that special
praise is due these men in going
out and fixing up these bad places
at once and not waiting for it to be
done in the regular routine way.
which often takes a lot of unneces-
Plenty of Ice for the Fo\irth
July come and get it.
J. A. Blackford.
Gordon, Ilec-sie Chriitance
and Clyde Wright went to Hennessey
We are still Laving rainy weather.
The Box Spring Sunday School is
st'll progressing nicely.
Henry Tschopp and family visited
at J. F. Biewevs Sunday.
Grandma Bond, L. Q. Bond and
A. L. Mayes visited at the Williams
Clara, Walter, Marie, and Willie
S(ef attended Church in Kingfisher
Mrs. Clias .Preble is on the sick
T. E. Schilde and wife were shop-
ping in Kingfisher one day last week.
Mr. Wm. Walker aud Mrs. J. K.
Brewer returned Tuesday ot last
veek from Tyro, Kansas, where
they have been visiting. They re-
port a One time,
Sleep is nature's re*
building period, when tlio
energy used by the brain,
muscles and organs is re-.
licwed. If you lost sleep,
your system is robbed of
the strength sleep should
give. Continued loss of
sleep multiplies this loss
until you become a phys-
ical wreck. Dr. Miles'
Nervine quiets the irrir
tated nerves and brings
re f rcshir 1 g, invigorating
sleep. Nervine contains
no opiates, and therefor
leaves 110 bad after-effects.
"For over two years I suffered un-
told agonies; my friends thought \
was going crazy. I could not sleep
nor rest at nil. I tried different doc-
tor** but failed to find relief My
head would ache all the time; I was
like one drunk; could not concentrate
my mind, and was so restless anq
worried that sleep was QUtoftha
Question. After taking one bottle of
Dr. Miles' Nervine 1 felt wonderfully
changed. I am now on my third bot-
tle and am gaining all the time. I
can lie down and sleep like a chilu
and am able to do my work.
MRS. MAY SCOTT. English. Ind.
Your druggist sells Dr. Miles' Nerv«
Ine, and we authorize him to return
price of first bottle (only) If it falls
to benefit you.
Miles Medical Co.. Elkhart, In^
Nothing equals Dr. Miles' AnU-PjOo
PW9 !or keudache, neuralgia, ."iciaUcil, et .
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Simpson, E. W. The Dover News. (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 2, 1908, newspaper, July 2, 1908; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106664/m1/4/: accessed December 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.