The Dover News. (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 6, 1911 Page: 1 of 4
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Vol. X i
THE DOVER NEWS.
DOVER. KINGFISHER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY. APRIL 6. IQ11
f: Foot wear
jfor the TLacUcs
f: The piettiest Oxfords of
5,! the season are to be seen
♦ at Sherwood's. Styles to
suit ihe most particular
people. The quality, too,
is of the best.
A Fine Rain Thoroughly
Soaks Mother Er.rth.
A LONG WALK.
Two Men Afoot Visit a'.l
the States of the Union.
It. iv 1' 11; uaford. ttLr«'J 20, uiul
I.a a l
• i >le (lay >>u .
) dust s 5H t i'i «' 11 litt it ul
i 111 lil>* to .s e iumoss 1
10ward night tho wind sn 1 .«• *
wt|,i;i!is it beginI t
May -.it I. 1U1U
every blate in tin
. t* ot t'ollfcling
I like, puaaed
•ti cloudy mo>.t ol
u;or tbc HDen
The most serviceable
Shoes, botn high and low
cut, for men and little
men. For style and goo i
wearing qualities these
cannot be excelled.
i:t nnot lit' 1
nil i.i this
utyd and the
i m m iir •
| Giienrist. Sherwood & Go I
I letl N\w Vol
. i tu walk iiiruu^li 1
'i union lor the jiurpu
I tl.ii.v lor u boon,
\ Ui. tr little do;i, M
. " Uroitgli l>« \vr Saturday; <
; urn j tliuuvr at tlie liotel. I.'i.h tUe
i 1 -iiU tiir.'Ugh wliii.i tin*) liuve
w " ! traveled bine> kiving l.« tue.
They are in e*H^U«' t In-allli, e.t •
fae, ] cue having giMlied 10 pound tn
liiu:. * weight oil tl e route. K tell ol them
iKlHi, |luu worn out 11 paii'i >1 'Uoet, .ill
i'nn^ having h s n hAlt huU' I at least
|f t ^ i niiee, some of tU«m twicu. Kauti ot
;lied. i tlifLU catried a suit cane li I led with
on ol ! data for their intended h ok ativl
tultis | wil|, tt chance of underwear, btieks,
wili Hive it a line start, t ward ata id j |l;iu,u;(.,vhiets, ete
KKwili. 04«s .ire reported up .mil a-, V lUll„. ,)t ulenl u«.l a eent wlnm j
tinea prosrect tor a huniper crop :.s i .
. . \\ i • i leaving home, nor were the) ovet
this count-ry has evei seen, win a. w
also will greatly bem.titt.e<l. I burdened «itli cash wlieB here.
\V lu ll lu ll' SuUUlhljr tlll'.V llilil
Musical iu:itruiuci:ts,records, I t.(linp|,.u.,i r>.-22ii I 2 mil™ of tin n ,
sewing machines. csee our \ j,„mii.y ami hail obtained tl>« i|,is|'
Slock and get priccs. Mc! ulurk 0| ev. ry pont.iUk'C on their.
Maddens, Kingfisher, j route. S> tar tliey li-ive not traveled
through tlif stall's i ti"' northern ,
portion ol tlie union, tin l from here !
went nortli toward ^annua which will |
mulct- tlie tl':U -stale for them t
midnight ttnd <i;i
repeated :::i l e i
s • • :u'ly downfall
ti/roo or four in.
^*i\ II li. _ i "il
•nid r.iniii oiT
the low spo'
The vane of
Krow in# crops
Nearly all the
country is pit
Came to Dover to Get Jus
Friday f ; '«l wees a civil suit
was tr.f.l before Juatiee II. H. Mry-
Mill that liu>I lii'i-u ln'HUii before J. I',
t'ummina in Kingfisher and seut
here mi u i liange ot venue and was
j untitled M. Uelirvs 1.. Wolf,it beiuf
! ;i I'.'isi' ill which llelir mu> I to ret'o\i r
i #100 lio elaiinid due linn us wa^es
i lor aervieea ri'iirt'ied t« the it li'inl-
1 The ili'laiiilu t eutrie.i the plea
that, he 'lid not owe the phintitf that
^nui or any o her amount, having
paid liiui in hi.i Kinesl M. Hrad-
li v uf the firm of llraillry it Urailley
ivas the |i|uuitiir s attorney while the
iK'fendaiil was reinesenleil t> Attor-
i in'\ Cuii Iiii-hain ol tin* linn of t un-
! llingll'.llll & WelS. til.' IMS" : 1 "in,:' t i
trial at o'clock a. m.
All evidence was submitted, the
arguments, if i ny, heard and the
r.me clo ed, exc pt the division, in
tiui,' for the liti-jants to ij'turn home
oa the 11 si. m. train.
Justice linden reserved Ins divis-
ion until Ihe first of llus ivei-U when
lie leiiiU'ied l.is verdict in Ifivor
of tnu tlefei dent. It is not
known whether ul appeal will lie
t ikeu t r not.
1ST A LITTL1:]
E. >1. lli^ius ct Oklali.uii Oily, |
traveling fr *i^lit agent of the Hoc;; |
Island, was here Friday advertising |
the special agricultural train to
throU'^h hen? Saltn l.j . !1" made j
1 this otflw a pleasant will ti ■1
1 rr >v,
Capt, IliiK'i cott of Waukomis,
I nae of tlie a la'.* guards, Was recently
I .iritered to repov: at nrmv beudqanr-
! ;-s 111 Texas ii April -1th to take
: part in Ihr arm. manuovers.
Biisc Biiil Onorts
F isfiliiQ TaoKit?
Tho season for llase Hall
games and Fishing liips
is upon us and for tho
Supplies collie to us 3
Wo can lit you out.
Saidru Question. Have.:
Yoii Solved It?
Here is the correct answer. At-
tend cur ooll"K- , take a coiirve of
bookkeeping and shorthand and we
will get you a good pobitiini pruinpt
lv. You can i liijil aeiudeiit of our
school who has comploted the above
cotirscs who lias linn out of a l>o
f-iton more than ten da\8 unless ol
his own accord. Doewn't this
prove ilial just so surely nS you
tinish with us you will In- placed nt
a good salur>'' ^ rite for a li.-t ol
11 lose we have placed and the linns
We have placed them \\i,!i il'iring
the last sixty days. \\ liile our eli
rolling desk ii busy matriculating
sluilnits almost daily, our niiploy-
mfiil department is just as bus.i
seeing that every graduate is pl -ceil
tn a pi sition.
The cost of a scholarship for a
complete couise in bookkeeping in-
cluding tlie necessary literary sub.
ji-cts is 8ou; shorthand S->l), or tlie
two courses combined $115; the
books and material for the book-
keeping course tfl-j shorthand So,
or the two courses combined s?lo.
The average time required for com-
pleting bookkeeping is four months.
The average rate paid for board
and lodging is gl'J .">0 per niontl
*y ; v, . merer was a count; seat vis
FGnrton was a visitor
Mrs Kagleson? rriadc L K :sinrss
to Kingfisncr Siturdar.
Mlss-Lela filrtoney ramr'horre "Fri- I
evening (rem Kingfisher.
Go to Snmvden & Gibble j
for fecsh candies-and s^ood ct-j
Miss Mabel Shelton was a-Sunday j
guesl of her sister, Mrs Vincent-
.1 T Mo re head lms been assisting
with the paper han«inK at the hotel, i
L M Olden, the H iker remedy mail, j
was visiting Ills parents Sunday in |
Curt DahulT was down from Ilennss-
s«'y Snnday to bpend the day with
See those pretty Ivaster and
birth day po.>: cards at the \
of tills _
Coyle to Perkins.
Monday night the Miller boys snip-
ped a car of cattle and a car of hogs
to the Wichita market.
Misses Thompson and I Hi nil and
■lolin .Moore of Hennessey were visit-
ing liover friends Sunday.
Miss Leah Wood was at home Sar-
urdav and Sunday for a visit. She Is
teaching the i'wln Like scuool.
Dr. Merrill, the Hennessey
dentist is here every Tuesday.
Don't forget it.
Clark Bros have dissolved parnttier-
Betir's Ladies outiiw.
SAURS DRWG STORE
At Varience. ; The Pacific Monthly's Spe-
Ma is dry, pa is wet; someihiog do-! cial Introductory Offer,
tng uorc. you t>ct: tna get* up and says _ ]>tteitic Monthly of Ponland,
'at pa ain't no sympathy for law^ beautifully illustrated
waves ner arms and goes around, and ,
pa tries to stand bis ground; says at
| First Annual um;
Special LOW PRICES Will Mike This Sale ihe
Important Sale in Kingfisher.
ma's a kind of crank, and ma she says
'at pa's a tauk. and tliat.i/ets every
body bet ma is dry and pa is wet.
Ma is dry and pats wet, argument and
I epithet. Ma savs "down with the sa-
|:oous,"pa says "ma is full of prunes,"
1 watlx.es up and waltzes down, says they
want, to kill the town: bulk's the table
with his knue.l.s and calls the drys a
I lot of ducks. That makes mu led lint
| you bet ma Is dry and pa ls wot:
hoiue is horribly beset. I'a says pro-
i lllUltlOll'a liiim, ' . au.il'ha
1 linn,puils hi-, i ar-> and twiM.s ins nose,
alleinaiids and ilo-se-dos: : Ills tile el
,t lot of soaKS, n;l pi 1,'ei-s mail until
e.lioKcs. Uiu^est family ruction
ma Is dry and pa is wet. 1'lcKed
iriontbly magazine which Klves very
full lnforuiatlon about the resources
mu) oppoi luultii s of the eountry 1}-
:n^ west, of the I! ekies. it tells all
atioiit the government reclamation
projects, fret government land and
tells alKini the districts adapted to
fruit raising,dairying, poultry raising,
. te. It, has splendid stories by Jack
London and otl -r noted authors.
The price I-, *1 50 a year, but to In-
troduce it. we will send it. six months
lor 50cents. This oiler must be ac-
ccy, , I b in J ti: l I. I'll. Send
,our n.iuie and address accompanied
by -*i i cents In stamps anil learn alt
about. Oregon, \N a&hington, Idaho
and t'alll rnia.
i Address, the Pacllle Monthly
I Puii laud, Oregon,
h dav post cards at the Va- j « We make a specialty of l.adies Ready to □
■-v fciort' r , f h Wear Garments and Millinery; v/e pay strict at- l;
ieaddress of li S Mead, former.v ra rnnin
us place, lias been changed from | j-' n11011 tO tllCSC HtteS, lietlCC WC fll O lyCttCl CtJUljj ^
f\ ped to supply your wants. Every thin?; i n this store «
;= is absolutely new and up«to=date. No neft o\ers. |
FOR SALE—5 horses and
j a colt, 3 brood mares, 2 in foal,
! l bred recently, 1 2-year old
roan tilley, 1 ^-year old horse.
I o-7 \V. A, Roberts, Dover. i «-it
ana ^uglily is oi- -o i" . clark Bros have dissolved parntn
which would make the total cost ot | s)l|p .ul(i Harry Clark and family have
hoard 8'ri0. The average time on a I moved again into the back rooms of j
a.w Clias ilond came home Sunday for a j
e i short time ;ind inovcU the tir^t of the
The average tune for coniple log ^ fonnjrly uucl4pie(l
both bookkeeping and shorlhiinil is j ^ 1-e(,seckel..;i.
fivl" months, making board and
board tS'iu. i ue u -i s<: "| i
shorthand course is three months, | i
which makes the board cost 8:57.50.
50 Tailored and trimmed Hal:, in
all the new shapes. Hats you have
been in the habit of paying $7.30 to
gS.50 and ordiharily we would ask
that'for them, but our E
Special Oiler In Ladles Msts
About 10 dozen ill this Lot, some
strictly tailored waists and white lawn
waists, lace or embroidery trimmed
with Dutch ueck and the new butter-
fly sleeve?,. a waist well worth f 1.50.
()ttr Easter price tickct 9§C
A Great ISswspaper and Pedigreed
Sc d Corn Proposition.
T t \\< ,i> Journal ia makinn a
,li in lhi' way two splendid
::iil a j.ound of i'cdurrceil White
>nj' farmer wmlinii CO ccntH will
receive i ! «• Kahm-ii ity Week I v Journal one full
. . I drovp yeiii M H: will ai -" rrceive tho Missouri and Kan-
Scb'. i (iiletirist ati<l l.nnily uiove. ^ ^ . uf,.n 't ia- ivuumi.-.city Week-
over Friday evening in ti.e auto, be ]yJl .. , nhat Iuml«h-
returulug tlie same evening and Ins „ full nod comrlel. iolcer phlo mmtla.fm-
wile alio little Inks visiting until .1. ■ - ,,1 ^llum-oii.
unt ail 1 , . ilpi'.iul lil r. 1 ..rt. It kccim
Sunday evening at the ti oneoi nti ^ , i.i iht- WorW'a
mother, Mia Sherwood. (1( . ii,, *.inri and Kan.u* l'lirmer la an
•Mttbl : i.i'l ? n.i-moiithly fnnn !>aper lUat
al.Mut '20 lo • ■ .ires a li issue. It is filled
I., , ' . :it!i 1 of inlert'Ht to the farm.
; lemlid 1 :i|K?rs for one
I l Jl receive one i oun<l of
««! 1. 1 vd Com. This corn was
nil; MiiMourl, and is called the
. y V. I.; it Ik a Wwiay corn and is a
, ',,1 j,r last y-ixr having prodttood
1.. 11 lias taken several years
it 1 , v .eiti liijrh standard. It now
it 11 . lu ad « f the list for quality and pro-
1' iti . ute cars, large, weiirhiui?
iach. cob t mall and grain very deep
. i , iet, filling 'cob completely over tip;
; . urs contain over i mo grains each. Far-
,«ill find it to their interest to secure thus
it-; 1 : .<« it is furnished to them absolutely
lo Iging for tlie two courses com-
plete $02.50 or a total cost for tui-
tion, books and board for bookkeep-
ing 311*2. Shorthand S92,50.
The combined bookkeeping and
shorthand courses 8172.i0. For
from 892.50 to $t72.50 you can
make yourself absolutely sure of a
position at a salary that will pay
the entire cost back to you in two
or three mouths.
Write for free catalogue and
make your arrangements to enter
Monday was moving day in Dover. :
Besides those already mentioned in
other places Ferd Bennett moved into I
the Harnar residence.
Full and complete line of!
choice furniture and rugs with j
the prices to suit you. Mc i
Faddens Furniture and Mu-
sic Store. Kingfisher.
sit once and he ready for a good .
position when the fall wawn opens, i
Capital City liusincss College,
Guthrie, Okla. 1
Special bQW PRIhkS on Misses and Ladies
white lingerie dresses, fancy silk dresses; voile
and Panama skirts.
Don't forget to visit the only exclusive Ladies Ready to
Wear and Millinery Shop when in Kingfisher.
The Variety Store is keep-
ing up with the times by ad-
ding to their stock many new
and attractive things for spring
r~j I and summer.' Come ana see
y | what we have.
' ] Miss Eiliel Cole lias finished lie)'
I school near Ukarche and returned to
| Hennessey where she makes her hone
j with her aunt, Mrs Cnarles Staples.
' l'lils was her first term of teneliun?
I and she was successful in her wolk.
I make all my heavy team
harness. Price", right, quali-
I; t-r '•> it ti :i.(. two complete i>ai>ersono year.at
- " - ill t ha' iMiecensary Ia to send 5i> ccnta and
tv best. C. 11. Cooper, ,„„1| u«Kwi- i.1ly WeeWjrJounwl
Hcimessev loll e*r and •! tl MI« o«rl Mil Kansas
• ' j ,irni<T <'iic full year and a pound of this uplcn-
J A Talk ington writes to his wlft' ,|i,i Pcdigri'.t White He-1 Corn free, postage
that his mother Is serlsously ill and, prtra.... uidr„
owim, to .hat tact, "• '?Iu,1fc"ha1ilr' Tile KaiisasGituVYeeKlu Jour-
when he can come home, lie further nil Ifanui fltll /IA(1
states that West Virginia does notj HdI.IVHllflbb Ollll- MU.
look trood to hi in any more as thej 8«d Com 0cPt.
weather has been so cold, with rain 1
and snow and so much mud that one
could hardly get around. When one
has lived in Oklahoma awhile it takes| Wttukomlg
Mrs. Hunt returned Friday from
visit to her sou uud family at
Uila ll'v'1 111 V1 "*
! the shine oil of almost unv old state.
Snowfcen & (dibble,
Proprietors of the Restaurant and short or-
der formerly owned by Frank Linn.
WE ask'a continuance of your patronage
and desire to make new customers and friends.
Come an6 see u .
Furniture and Undertaking
AT THE LOWEST PRICES
I have a complete stock of the best Quality
at the Lowest priceo. Cive me a Call.
There was no preaching serviceat I A car of potatoes arrived yesterday
the Christian Church Sunday, Rev j for Gilchrist. Sherwood & Co., part of
Gorton having remained in Enic' to [ them going to Kiel
attend the Scoville meetings.
Rev Samuel Kecse arrived Saturday
night and filled his appointments
; Sunday at the Evangelical church.
His family came this week and they
are getting settled in the parsonage.
| Buy your Easter hats here.
i It pays to climb the stairs.
i Miss Black, Opera House
Fresh bread and pies always
on hand at Suowdeu &. Gib-
Mrs Harnar and the children left
Sunday for their new farm home. II
B took the car of goods last week, his
family remaining with Mrs Vennum
| nntil things were in readiness for
iina-a, Kingfisher. The newest shapes and la-
Monday a crew of nine men arrived | tcs. stv]cs jn spring millinery
in Dover to remain about three weeks. to 'be seen at Miss Cakl-
Thev are reconstructing the telegraph j '« f ^ ,
line through this part of the state | u eli s in Hennessey, ijon t
along the Bock Island road by repine lorgct her fine line of tQlkt
Although Sunday was a very dlsa-1
greeable day large audience attended j
the Evangelical church, lx)t.h morn j
InK and evenly. We hear many fav-
rable coinmei^ts paid Rev Beese on ,
ha t occasion.
If you want a classy hat at ]
a moderate price see Miss
Caldwell in Hennessey. Her|
shapes and styles are of the j
The Dover hotel served dinner to j
28 people Sunday besides the family |
and help. The new portion will be |
ready tor occupancy in a short time
and they will have a dining room |
large enough to accommodate the ex-
cellent trade they have. (Jood things'
dwavs to be found at ti
Having^bought the Drew store we desire
to announce that we are ready to serve
you. We are making low prices on the
best quality of goods and ask a continuance
of the former patronage and wish to extend
our trade to new customers and friends as
well. Give us a trial. We'll treat you right.
Mauk & Bunce
Drew's old Stand
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