The Dover News. (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 14, 1911 Page: 4 of 4

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KIEL DEPARTMENT
KINGFISHER
1 tenia ur Interest Gleaned By i
Mur Swill I Jrrr s,lent |
FAIR
Mrs. W. 1>. .Mt and daughter Sipc were Dover visitor# Friday. ;
Fity returned Iimim* Thiuvday. . The Kiel tv!:! I the j
I li. M. Ttcsper and U v. 11. C. first Monday iit Uv'IoImt.
j Herod wi re couuty beat visitors Mrs. ! « rt McCL!'ruj and^litrs;
I Thursday. Delorla Weir left Wednt 'iy "o:
Char!' v Ueis< who hav hern l «*r«• Alttw, t> i.
Home time visiting old fiiends left M<s<rs I'atil Sip* ami lien Turner,
Thursday via Oklahoma <ity for ; wore Kingfisher visitors Sunday
liin home in Tacoma, Wanli. j lt„v< (ii.rton ami sun. ClinrleH,
Will and and Jack Turm r tvere went to I)over Sunday morning to j
looking after hunincvs interest* in | l;ll his regular appointment and re-.
Kingfisher Saturday. iturned in the evening.
I
II. W. Sip" went to Oklahoma The reviv.'d services now In-iiifs
pat
new
HAT
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^ejolved!1!
DOMT HAVE:Too MUCH CM YOUR
MIND AT ONE WE -THE BEST
THING YOU CAN HAVEON^UR
-HMD IS A NEV HAT. WHEN
Yc'j MEET PEOPLE THE FIRST
)MMG THEY SEE 15 YOU P.
HEAD. BUSTSWoWWj
THURSDAY FRIDAY & SATURDAY,
( ity Friday evening.
Father (joetzinger was a Kit!
visitor Wednesday.
I Mis-m Ola Hunch mid Miriam
held at Kiel hy U v. Gorton are
meeting witli great sueee**, quite a
nuiuhcr already having been added
to the ehurcil.
SEPTEMBER 14.15. 16
Every resident and former resident of the
county should attend this fair. A splen-
did exhibition is assured by the Liberal
Premiums offered.
•auje over from ^|tis
ensuing year.
Minis Mildred Uoueli wan the Mrs. Lewis >(•« nt .M«u• L >
ot Minn Helen ( rav Tuesday alter | Kiu^tUlii'i.
noon and evening. (ihuUtone Lewslett Saturday
Harry T. Lower came over trom! Muskogee lie will attend seh « I
Oklahoma City Sunday morning
visit his mother and little brothers
and returned Monday eveuinj*.
Miss Jennie Mil.Ki < f Walter,
niece of the editor, arrived Suni'ay
from Oklahoma City and will he the
an^i I in the Nkwk • lilii-i- for awhile.
I..r
tile- ;
Dr. Merrill, tht Hennessey
Rich, Rare
Good
ureat,
(jranu
Get a Premium List and Program.
i dentist is here every Tues<i:iy.
Don't forget it.
| Mat Tiew Mauck relurned home
I refill from an extended tri|f through
Illinois. Iowa and Missouri, heing
in attendance at the- .old soldiers'
; reunion at Kirksville.
i eMiliness is next; to Godl ness." grv.'.r" ~.t '
Why nor. keep clean by using l II K I
ALIOS CUOl>S anuie Mia washing ! QUO.
1 make all my own heavy
team harness. Call and see
tnv line before you buy.
Clias. H. Cooper,
Hennessey:
I'rut. li. M^'raclieii, principal
ot Tli« t'ilsliSin svIhhiI, ivus in town
Saturday ami Suuiluv vts'.tiug
lriciiiU.
McmlamcH Kiraerer an 1 Vincent I
ami lilt In win. Jim, went over Sim-j
■ In.v KUt'Kta of Mrs. Onirics Staples]
in IliumfRi v.
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LET \JS PUT THI.S ON YOUR. MIND. WE .SHINE
IN THE HAT BU.SINE.S.5. THE BIC DARE HAT.S
WE CARRY MAKE VS .SHINE IN THE HAT
&U.SINEJ.S. JU.ST AS .SCON AS THE ^TYLEJ
ORIGINATE ON DRoADV/AY WE HAVE THEM
IN OUR .STORE. YOU WUH A NEM HAT, Do
YOU NOT? YOU KNOW AN OLD HAT OR AN
OUT-OF-DATE HAT WiLL KNOCK THE .SHINE
OFF OF THE FINE,ST .SUIT OF CLOTHE.S. COME
IN AND L'ET \JS .SHOW YOU THAT HAT YOU
NEED.
Mauk c Bunce.
r. f. Evem (ihds KrigIi ttm sniomen flrtliur Bracken
I tVes.
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I'KI.S.
Kingfisher,
WW IM.UL HU-'.' <..ra ?ru-r-nw ITTTili'CM'iTW i' BKB
clhc 3>ovcr, OhVv, H'Icwp j
Oklahoma a8«;coml clans matt« r.
I-
.1 V n Wood, who has linen singing
in the revival meetings at the CI inst-
il nte red at the post otticc at Dover j mn eliureh. left 'l lmrsday for Roose-
velt. Oklahoma, where lie will assist
evangollst C K L \'awter in a meet-
ing.
A W Piatt was able to he out. oil
the Ktreel again the l atter pirt ot the
i week alter benign nlined Indoors two
j or three wcekswith a severe attack of
1.(10 granulated s-'itM'ye^ and rheumatism.
| Friday afterneon this locality was
j blessed wit li probably t lie liiicst rain
I of the veiir consist Ing of a good hard
downpour for an hour or more. It
! was not.accompanied by any winri and
before it ceased our st reels r> semhlcd
rivers. It will be of great b« netiti to
farmers and steekiuon.
MrJ. SU3L Ltl V8«.
Bditorand Publisher.
Published c\ery riiursday morning
at 1 >over. Oklahoma.
SDILSCRIPTIUN RAI
One: Year,
Six Months,
Three .Months,
Single copies, live cents 1
•oeli.
Sul")S( riplion is due in ad van
DOVER,OKLAHOMA, H P. 14,
IV! I
An unnsually laiT* ntimbei of poo
plo ^Te-Jn town Sal unlay and the!
m • rcjlants cliil .1 go <1 lee.iness
The dt'iica w «•!'ll ivor 11. smu v In a
ti i*i is only found in Till' AL-
'f() .\ (',('■ |l^l.vS ct'lTee.
Mrs. lMl* Woods returned from
Kiel Saturday whei • she has b<e'
inHphitf care for the sick folks in her
daughter's family.
>'iat cis Horelli ami family mevrd to
and 100k" possession of their new home
TlSmsdav, tlieirgomls bavii.g arrived
earlier In the week.
Mrs FogU song and I wo daughters
ami Mi^sl'-'ulah Holmes ;;t u iu! dthe
W (' T I' gold inedai contest I'r.dax
^vflmingat Klngflstier.
MesclaUies ICmbivy and Willie of
Heliu Plailie, Kansas, were here to at-
tend the funeral of their s ster. Mrs
Market. Kd' Lmbrey. a rot'. 10r «1
ihe deceased, was al- > here . n
Jliss^ uri.
McCali's Magazine
anil McCaSl Patterns
Fcr Women
Havo More Friends than any et' r-
mat,a :uu- <>r patterns. MeCall's is the
reliable? l\u.hion (iuidc monthly in
one 1:liliiv 1*1 one liurdred ihot-.sand
homes. 1 •< siile".: 'lowing all the latest
designs ot MrC; .1 Patterns, 1 ach issue
i;i brimful of sparklinjj sla>:t rt ric^
and helpful i-iformation /or women.
nd ICccn in Cl> tc I rMSrrr l«n.«
SCV'* Mc:ry
1 •. klcl.'.Ot'g B:
McCatl l'r.ti rullrte.
McCivtl Patterns La
alu i'licity. «i .tiMtiiv
se'l N . , !
malic*cr.m'iii"*!. K< 1
c 11 tlic colebratCU
■ .l-.sri t" stylo. u\
McCALL'S MAGAZINE
250-2-15 \V. 27tS St., Kcv/ Vork CI-
wash hi
powder ami house hold aiwinoni.t
J^l's.-s Zulah Taylor lias eulerid
upon her duties as a teacher .11 the
Cashion school ayain tins season.
Site was ctnpkyed llieie last year
j and gave splendid satist'acl'mn.
; Sec thcDovcr Land Co. for
low rates 011 insuraiiec and
1 farm loans.
I ti. W. Fletcher arrived home on
I the early train Monday umrning
1 from Ins visit m north Missouri tin I
. , ' where he took m an o'.dsoldiers rcu.i-
I M Noel wits :l l liursday visitor in
Klnglisher. | ion. lie reports an enjoyable tnj
A (J Maralunan wns in Norman a J:llu^ plenty of rain.
short time Thursday. After ti short visit with his family
Mrs IJosa Allen was a brief visitor 1 Frank Foueli departed recently lor
In Kiugtlshei TbuiMlay. ; Ft. Worth. Texas,theuce to Brown-
Eastern Resort
Okla
n
('. .1. I'utuam and wif" of Kin
lishtr wen? Sunday guests of \\
L iwter and fnmilv.
and Ihilph Noel were
aliers 'J'lnirsday.
The Wichita Weekly Eagle
10 r v
' ST"** r^a
ii
L II unc
county seal
S F Koyntonan.I wife werguest
of t loir s f 1 Thursday in Klnglisher.
Thursday Mrs .1 N Jones made a ' ft
hurried trip to "Norman and return.
A eeineill walk has been put. down
In front of the Christ Ian church lot. In
School satchels, baskets,
tablets and all kinds of pen-
cils at the Variety Store.
Mrs. .Lihii Miller w.isa guest of Mis
11. M. Sear in Kingfisher Friday and
Saturday. ;«
Miss Minerva Z on of Uenn ssoyj
h is h'cn visiting friends in the vieln j
ity or Lover.
Joe, lb nr\, John a id (7*r int Stand \
li;!, of 1)..ver, were Oklanoma City
\ Mtors lj;st week. •
All those iiualities which makesucli
a di>i inct ion bet wet n TIIL ALTON
GOOt >S and oidlnary goods a re appar-
ent in every footl pre duct sold under
TI IK ALTON (iOODS label.
The tneiubcrs of the 15ti\ Springs
Sum.ay school who live at a r lstance
from the school house concluded to
hi lug their (linnets last Sunday and
remain for the preaching services to
be held in the aftcriuon. Quite a
nirmher brought well tlilcd baskets
.iiid al ter dinner the intervening t line
■ was spent, hi singing new son«P
•social chat. Those who do not
[ou; to the. preaching service
1 inlssii g a I real as Itev Reese's talk
'are well worth coining Jo hear. The
h '.1 - was liia'd but \N" would he j:lad
to see others there. T.
be lueaching n".\! Sunday at hy
t !i ' 1. esi ll:i;: l '.:d t of I he Kvairjel^ai
NATURE is now in her love-
liest mood in the woods and
lake regions of the North
and East —it's cool and green.
The streams and lakes arc
1, , ,,, , • teeming with bass, "muskies" and
1 " : *' trout and a variety of gamy fish.
"t,,v "• 1 V '"'r1 ;,:1 ":l" :■ "l worthy foanen to try the am;lei's
,1 I 111' 11> LiTiiiil,* 111:. I llai vt'itcr < o. ^ ^ fishin{J> Eaili„K>
, boating and all the pleasures you
need for health and happiness.
Good hotels and boarding
houses with reasonable rates will
1 make you comfortable and the go-
ing is a pleasure on
vK'"f! J. W. Humphrey,
Wlmli sale lliali-r III
Poultry, Butter and Eggs,
Miss Laura Coleman and brother, 'North Main St.* Hennessey, Okla.
Nathan, wh> arc attending school I will piy the highest market
at KtnufltUer ipeut SnturUuy und price in <wh for Chu-ken* tiees,.,
. ,. j Ducks, Turkeys. Butter and i'.ggs.
11 0 j(Jor'feet. Weights and frtir treatment
For Sale—Residence prop-; ,„v inotto. 1 solicit your put-
eaty in Kiel. (Sood house and; nmngi-.
barn in j^ood location. 1";; j, \V. Humphrey,
quire or write Fanners &j Hemnpccpv
Merchants Bank, Kiel, Okla.j_ nCiineSSCy. _
Miss JJalii-l t'linh is to trncli ill ul I'vancis Kfdinptoa was a business
ilmrict ivisl iit tmvn this yi-ar ami j visitor in 11 o canity scat battirrtav.
Iii-r si'liool is to l.ogin Monday. Her Ilouseliold amnionic can lie used in
sister, Miss t'lorenee, also be^tis «H, lamilry.toilrt.for ^oleinslUK !.«.
'silverware, etc. lttsgt od forplarits
her school on the same date. Mle8 j flowers< m0wqll|to bit'fis, etc. etc. TttR
llertha Fash is nttendlng the ^lllg"| ALTON GOODS Ammonia can li?
fisfier high scliool.
liad at you giocer'f,£5c.H bottle.
Wagon, team and liarue;
rv, ie cheap. Iiujuire of
Dover Land Co.
Ti
auto load-* of' people Jittenih
Hit* services at Kiel ^mulay evetnn
M. A. Mttehell took Miss Cynllta
Mitchell and tii Sdee Sillltn. and
tieorge Miller and wile. Kd Puis
went in Ins eat lakisej, ^iisftCS Mr%
Fills, Mildred Uoueli and l'lon nce
F«>^le-t ng and Messrs Arthur Cray
and F en VauGumlv.
7 a IvockL:lc'indtnan.
fell you l.i'J)
fun you can l.r.vc
p. -., . • . . •
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A .."Er.'E MAN!
Lit tit t>
ti- . >;i uti:i <rr i ;;nd while light, j
Costs I cc:it for u hours coiit intious |
Jtur- h/<f.
; l a i i s. socli as mantles, chimney s, J
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KINGFISHER.OKLA.
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Reasonable charges.
Prompt peri :ce
DOVER. OKLA
Tills Is for new or « . suhsci . i
address in The bhnk bek>w uk
ku* pric ( f •
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and Ivo will Kile V :i ' !"•
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\ ear on your
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Tho Weekly Eagle on? year
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or the Wichita
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A HOUirtn's pnj:f thai vonaVeMhe io liki
l iKIU'st Wif, • lip. Ill I lie- " " HOiltllW.hl.
DON'T PUT TH IS
Fill out ihis blank and send it to his office today.
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and Time t'crtillcati
lime Ccrtillc;! Cheek
locks Outitt;
I.ills I ...
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Hi :zvi ci:X2 GEIVIRQ ts"acs;
CQPftPAriY
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via
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Ttip Dover Nmvp. Cnvrr,
Dear Sir;-
Eiicio-.-I tile-ise find •<!
j«ar m.a ih« WtchiU Weekly 1 •'•••• r-
T««ti Xa;ae
tkmnal. SUiC I
r3lul.de, honest,
inn mtciiui
WLWI'IR KLOI R
Pride o" novor.i:lk nn<-l-MOiinrvli
Ale j! and Gicvu^ Feed
Live Slock Deaiers
DOVER MILLING COMPANY
f ; Li.Ill
!
In an easy, conifortable
Ii and enjoyable trip
K
r T rains
Choico of Routes
3 ConvsmentTime
Before you go. call on
and talk it over with
1 I C K li T A ti P. N T
ROwK ISLAND LINES
Me will te'.l you about
I ares, Routes, Time,
.ctc. .
Bernard. The Jeweler
and ()ptorm I l ist,
In Pete's Drng; Store.
KvervllilriK in tlit Jewelry Line.
A'///^Jish.er, - Oh I a
Itoy VAVDOI.Wl.Mi KOLAM) W.WOOLWIKK
Woolwine & V\/oolwine,
dentists
Otliee: 1st ii'ior iiortn 01 Jones Ury
(roods Co's store. Ground floor.
Hennessey Okla,
HTb. BREWER
Jeweler and Optician
All Goods and Work
GUARANTEED.
IiKXN KSSEY OKLA
.M' l 'A 1\TV & MCCARTY
' '"•? t !
Stcuhrnsori Ruildxvi
ENID - - - - OKLA.
FAliM LOANS 1NBURANCB
JOHN DUFfY
the i:i:al iistve man
Farms and (. ity Property for Saie
or Trade
Office in Hear «>f Farmers nriil Mcrcbnnts B nk
HENNESSEY
■? O♦ O♦©DO;>oOOiiO''>♦ '.<^OOCOO
k/r:-: sni.-G
^CWf^VTBII Pl.-'w-i Lines
A. H.SeHOWALTER & GO.
Dealers In
Lumber,
WANTRP—Good- tt^u^krepinr Mn^azinc r* "
j q :in « the «*nicm of a re-, resMntwive !o Dtver
| ci li< 'ter -ubficHaf leu renewals aril to rx-
' rir i'v,L "lv . tat methMi which havo
i • vunnv.iali.v s • SalA"y and cor.:-
Dr. A. L. Share,
\vuvo')vs,\v^ V.
ItmntiA Pv«t\w«,
i;lasses Accurately Fitted.
G. W. Fletcher,
! Notary Public and
Real Estate Agent
Money to Loan on Farms
1- Jt- Vincent M- D-
N>hV0ician & Surgeon
DOVER : OKI/A
Tr
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Sash, Doors, Mouldinpr. Gl-
Door:, Paint. Oil and CJAL
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■i! >;r«h; h it not
IV ii. I. Addrf ,
.li I . LW 1 <-Tk
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lA zr. Dover, Ckh
DIv. S. M. .TE.MvINS.
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