The Dover News. (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 26, 1911 Page: 1 of 4
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DOVER. KINGFISHER C01 V.O.'r. CV '.. VHU S!
OCTOPKR c6, iQ11
The place whsre you Always
get your Moneys Y.'orth,
The weather has betii fc^ot, and
we had the goods to suit
with a goodly supply still
on hand which wo are selling
at Bargain Priccs.
Now is a good time to se-
cure dainty ca.tcric.lo at so
Little Cost. Many of these
materials will be servic-
ablc the entire season.
For Early Fall Wear we oar.
supply your needs and will
take pleasure in showing
any goods in the store.
In cur Grocery Department
w3 handle the be3t of cof-
fee, tea, canned good3 and
all things pertaining to
Yours for our mutual benefit
SI! I<;R\Y< X >f) & ( '<).
I lib L (
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ninn n-. in
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A ml .
CouM he di
And 1 ui,!,
'J iit- j,l< Alt'
Could I* h
l or the
Wo tt nlild
The BANK OF DOVER
UoVCi'. 01."' . IT:
t in just i
t id Imil.
A ml i
11 of t
i romisiv- broken,
ighl have p.: f. i t 1
LlU ull t!u.
t, mid nun in!>
s uiicpoken, li'
The day for one I'M fortt
It wouldn't lip ]" >sil I«* uol
In the land of Ix^innin^ .
And tlh uius ue iui judged and tin* ofl< - v\ !i >:i ne u>lj
Tlivir moments of victory here
WVu'd tind in thegra.<puf our loving hand-eiasp
Won than p.-nitenl lips could espl tin.
For what had I icon hardest we'd know had heen U.-t,
And what hud seemed loss would seem Kniti;
For there i-m't a sting tliat wi 1! not take \> ing
When wi 'w faced it and lau^hf 1 it awa.v;
And 1 think that the laughter i." most what we're after
In the land of Dcgitiniug Agnih.
So 1 wi.-h that tlierc wore Hinie wonderful place
Called the land of iJejjinuiin; Again,
\\ hero all our mistake* and all our heart-aches
And all our poor. selfish grief
Could he dropped* like a fihahhy old coat, it t!>• - door,
And never put on again
invite you to :
] in town. \\'e
v. Louie m ana \ imi v.
o talk with you. May
May Ik* \ ou can help i
in the country to serve
• w e do not prru licc anv
ftcr our custodier
most profitable to the
our own iuterc is, Si i
lar^e or small, and you
wiii ; c >:ivi
Our depnsits a:v (iJJ/lj
can t lose a pc:tnv.
We will make out your l;*::al |> '|-
loan, write your instu .aee, sell o; ti
property. Conic i:>
THAT NICE HOSIERY
IS" AT !•!! i-i C cf BEAUTY
"'-'DA Joy iCLEVER.
~cc ;:crc axe a
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Thursday Fivenir.g's i-ocial
The Ndciat ; \ : on Thursday even-
ing last, at the home of Mrs Allen,
tiy the Christian Uihle school, was
one of the uutet plv .is.iiit events of
CieUindt.h writer lias ever at tend d.
A lar^i- iiuuib r u'.si«>iuU"j to > r
l:;\ 11at *• -ci •> | e\1 '. > \ it i Kid
1110 house was tilled with people, both
old and young. Toe pruKruui «as ex
eclient n i mueii men i.,.viit was oe
casi<>ncd by (iebatuit; I he queiitiou;
iiesolvei!: That a Woman S!ioiild
Have a Weciv > Allovvai.ee, wiln .>Ies-
(tames<Iei>. Mttler and An^ttn. af-
Uraiat.ive, and .Messrs M. A. Miielieil,
C I >. MauK and J V. 1J. Wood, nej^
ative. Another lad> \\:'.s on the at-
, (iraiatlvo but stie t •iie.t t > come and
j no other u i.id s ubt i : < • 1 \%.i
| nard to ell which side V. iJ. w.«s
on. I!'' dion'i beheve io a weekly
allowance, nin a weakly on.
fmlher, il a( a uom.ii « I
Whe 11 pin feat her.«^ come out wit ti
ditlleulty wrap a plree of muslin
around :our linger to pull a^amst.
Ifybu would me litfht dumplings!
leave the c mm otT tor about ten min-i
ut«-s after) ti Imve nit them In. i
"P ople wlio do not Jkc Hie coun-1
try h« eaus^ tlere is so 1 it V le i^oin^ "ti
are thoso In wIkm* I^imIs t iM-rr hi ■
going on Mian even in the country.'•
Mix \our gridlle-cakps, wailli^-, frlr-
ters, «*e.. In the upper part I a d u
hie filler instead of in an onllnaiv |
mtxinj? !>owl, and you will tin,' i ! • j
haii'ile very useful io hold if by when j
Whe t you bin
| On die llyleuf oi a lex* hook he. |
| loo^iug to a sweet jjirl graduate I
'lately from school was found tin-'
j following classical elevating halin!
j lint father found ttie scrdihle and
; knew just enough Latin to add a
Pa pa bus tlearihus
Kiekihus liny thus
Outa lh- Ooorutn.
A lilacksiuith in I tov * i i> \ -
at reasonable prices, lilaek
and horseshoeli., Vou art eoi
atrial. aIJAVOWIv (it
J. A. FLANK
Prater'^ < )1<I Simp
Im can<h your workau I
dial Invited i«. ghe m •
a!* \\'ri :i i>.
The Ki<d 4 Fats 'ami Dover'Leans'
! played hall Wednesday on tne I)over
draw - , (lianioad, result in tavor of Kiel,
ers for the winter, sew a i lee<o' tape ^.
about three Indies ionjR aerte tlie Hello Central! Give me
bottom of ihe ii^.v Tills wi.i pri -iNo. 7, Beciuan & Koger, for|
in.i s• hi 1 u,|"' |! |"I K f""'1 writiiiiinu itiJ l'rcsli Oroceries, Produce and
when i.lii! stockings aic put oil. I flour, HanUvarc Ktc.
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Farm Loans and Insurance,
fradiuj; a upecialt.. in i : i-statCTiiid stock.
HILL <V PfLS, i:0V,,r
M • not forget to give the baby plen- ;
I 'UKTVY i
EUJTEH ! o V/R.CKG. HE IS USUALLY
RI6HT, BUT THIS TIME HE IS V/floNG.
Some ho J! ery may de a thing or
BEAUTY, AHD V/HiLE IT MAY BE A JoY,
IT I,S MoT ALWAYS A JOY ■■ FOREVER."
NO PIECE OP A WOMAN'S. AND ESPECIAL-
LY OF A CHILD'S APPAREL, ENDl/REJ
THE STRAIN THAT HoSE MUST. WE HAVE
HOSE THAT WE CAN RECOMMEND. YOU
PICK OUT THE PATTERNS THAT SUIT YoU
AND DEPEND UPON US THAT THE QUALITY
WILL DE COOD. THE PRICES WE QUOTE
BELOW ARE ON HOSE THAT WILL WEAR.
OUR PPvICES ARE 10, 15 AND 25 CENTS.
Mauk & Buncc>
Mrs John Miller and niece. Mtf*s'
Francis Uusscll, went to llennessc;.
taken, i: her or cold, tea ,H #ttc"'1 tl,e rcc,tal Uy ll"';
aid tu ilie bowels and kidneys. I 1 Sharp Club uu.ler Ibeiiinetimi <if [
Nut butt.r Is prellv (fund siibsri-i Mrs •Vml.T.on. Wnile tliirc tlify]
were guests of
where M ih
free access io th .
iognu ti.egujd tblti(fflS4id bj all jtjr waU5" Milk tea foo«r and (loo,
would lake luii lone, a&Hll made some;1111,0 llll'l iacc of water ai a drink.
tiood puinl.s. 'j he K, .... Mr.-, j l'!,'"tJr °r between IVcdltitfs.
| Aniillu wore lino and Mi-ss liiuacll I,ler warm or coW- ls k'reat
delighted llie ero*d with some piano
I sc ltd ions of popular n.asic. Gladys
| Kline sang in her usual sweet way lul(- f°r meat now that the Inner
and .1. V. t . v; ood yave a personation biings such high prices, linn wainut>
' of Granufatiii r and il.e lie. , wi;i.*h or shellh.irks through a foo t chopper
i was as good as any thing we ever saw and rub into tfiVm about one-third as
IIn that hue. Imuch good fpofdi butter. Spread on
I Hclicluus cream and cake was serv- crackers or bn-ad.
ed in the dining room, Mis Allen be-, One housekeeper has prevented
| ing assisted by seveial of the ladies, j many a burned 101st or overbaked
AiLogetiier, the se. i.ii was very I cake by set ting the alarm eloek to I
j much of a success. the proper limn to open the oven I Five
I — "* • ^ ~ j door. Tnen she voes atiour her work'
Cheap: Two in the ntlicr part of the house, know.
| room house and the lots on
i which it stands, in Taylor's
' Addition to Dover.
! Mrs lUiulap came down Fridas
: trom lienuess' v for :i lew days \isit
■ to her cousins, 1-j. Wolclt anil
wile. Her husband < line Sundav
Mrs Clias. Staples. |
paSKid on through
13. going io K ' ^tlsiier
Russell phi) cd from I
Shaw's music store.
A lot of flew, prettily dcc-
or.ilrj china just rcccivcd
jt cur store from which yc ti
cjii sclcct many pretty gilts
cr jrticlcs io:- your of//: i/rc
SAUR'S Drug Store Hennessey,
•v visited over night with Mrs
rner, r turning Sundav morning. ;
UstsSavJl Rsaiillcs and rSavsall your Poultru.
Saval Kcnidlv for
lviuiihivkuk. ['-.■. -\/Ai—r i
eIt.Mno,heS Never 0 ^ Jl'I IY: MAWtil'tFJ
Send for tlio iiooklct. l''"7AV Wantnl Every
Savnl IJemedv for
^ I'.OW Kf, TROT III.KS,
" ( IllCIv CTIOLERA or
1hese REHECIES SoW on an Absolute OUARANTEE to do w hat we
claim for tItem.
fcach of otir ilemedtes one dollar a bottle.
Saval RemnCu Company p o Box 501 Enid. OKia
Rules For Women
For Sale Cheap: Two' in the other part ct the house," know" : Talkers.
lh.it she will In-ar Mie Imperative I ln ,lle Nl've,nl1" Woman's Home
call at Um rtyhc time. I Companion a contributor idnw
l he nirht way to eo,,k oatmeal: 1',,'t | 0,1 ,:ilk- Fivc rul, s :ire lilil1
a teaspoonful ol salt In a i.uart of1
water over the lire, in the upper part! , ' S">r"'S' "r eVC"
of a double boiler. As soon as it boils "nl,ss l,aVi an os'wi*
briskly, sprinkle ihe oatmeal in slow- d ' ".
ly 110 not stir, but let It lxnl Inlskly " , "'®l talkinB about
a few minute*, then set set it in the: ,san ''^'"Kenee, and, as such,
lower bailor the boiler, whiel. .shoulil b1",' "■*'"
. e-ntaln hot water: cover it and let ll " " an0,11,01 wo™a" " "H v0" 01
uuil tliey returue;! home in the after- bubble slowly, without, slirrim;. for n01"® swwMton or experience of her
noun on IM. j fourorllvehoursatthe least. If want-■ °W"' ' immediately cap it with
|ed for breakfast it should be cooked
the day before, and finished with as
G. E. i^siowDcu
LmicJi h'otJi/i an ti lleslauraiit
Cold drinks, pies, cigars, fix-sh bread, candies
and every thill £ jn , ]ir,t-cla ;s restaurant
Conic nu& isee inc.
i J. Kappenbur^ will take a vara-
I tion of thirty days as soon as the
J auditor gets around to cheek him
out. li. IJ. tViudsor, accompanied
i by his wile, is hero lrom Carnegie
• to relieve him.
one of yours. "Swapping tastes" is of
the lowest order of conversation. 1
much time as you eat. allow In the' ''ave U'7 c,rclrs nllure "le ,alk
mornini;. ! cor,sislc(1 each woman's taking her
turn in telllni! how she thought or
felt, about some commonplace subject,
.... .. ... , -.lieu as the digestibility of shell-filsh
Miss I,oldie Uicli. of I lekeiiug, - or riabillty to col is
From November Farm Journal.
Are GOOD SHOES.
1 eoplo constantly |
tell the Stupidest anrcdotes becan-o
I)r. Merrill, the Hennessey
dentist is here every Tnesdav.
Don't forget it.
Saturday afternoon while Omt Ivit-
tenhnrg, colored, was .I• • \v11 town
her house uanglit lire from a deleol-
ttve flue au I souio dauia^ro w. d.,u.
before it. was ixtingniabeil.
1 <1 Puis, last we.k, traded Li.
automobiletoSnowd. il au.l Iio!,. rts
tor the restaur', >. hmi to ori order,
I rank r.nui J wile have •.■..tu
Miss Zulali Taylor came in Satur-
day aiorulng from Cashion and vis-
ited at home until Sunday evening.
For Your Teeth see Dr.
I Heliums who extracts teeth
j without pain. All work guar-
anteed to be satisfactory,
j Northwest corner square,
Mrs \\. 1,. Moore spent Sunday
rii.'ht. with Dover friends, returning
I L<> Kingfisher Monday p. in., uitli
o r iathi r, S. \V. Werner, who drove
Og Ir.-ja iLiii. .. u;.-_ zs
'Mo., is here Msitinj; her auutf Mrs 4. Never lose consciousness of the J
j See theDover Land Co. for \V. It. l.ocli, and cousins, Mrs II. B. ; proportion of tb(i talk you are usurp- j
j loW rates on insurance and VanScyoc, Mrs Hal|,ii Hill and Wal- 'l""' lf 1011 ar<! more than
farm loans. Iter Wh. vour share, lie sure that the quality!
j matches the quantity.
II. II. Harnar thinks lies pretty Mi** L8UrS >l:I"k Wl '""- Med- IHscriininate aHva>s Iwtweenj
! lucky on llie water question. Dover.!1"''1 SatUn,!,-v ra"r,,i"' T" P"i,SUre a"d ,al*l
; where Ins mercantile business is. is ^ duties as a "lend, .
I never short on water and Darliugton- ' 01 " ''' '''~''u these have become charged with sonic.I
' Which is near Ins farm, has the same gaTC <'xi'clll'"t actum last year citraneoos charm impossible to trans-1
! good feature to recommend il. |a* ls cv,l,e,u"i 1,v being reem-, mil IV,hap, the occasion when jt j
ployed for the same position. look place wr.s Important because
.1. I.utler and wife, former r. si- ! some particular iwrson was there, and
dents ol ll',ver. were in o'wn Sundav ! Hess oilcvl roi Olie dollar | every detail of it, has taken on a nidi
and made i. brief visit at :!,•• hotel. Per sct al Coopers Harness ancu visible only to the narrator. !
] They were looking up i>.r proper- j S'|()P- Hennessey. V'OTICP
purchasing, that | ||. ,|iUer, of Iredenek, liaai v„ ' , ' !.
llicy,migbt move lure to scbool their; ,m.n hl.rt. „ fl!W v r. All accounts due me must!,
j tli« cotton crop on tlie
Not becaufc We .say Su
bwl Decaute TMi-V ARI .
Yoj will nsver know thir
until you wear then.
W hen In kingfisher comc
SIC 10 and be
Mrs Italpli Hill is soliciting pupils mile south ot town.
I t \ 11ll ft \ ie \\ v w ^mi v nanit^ . i iiui > f i .• 11: . . , . .
1' rede rick, haaj
ri"' . c paid by Nov. 1st 1911 or!Strsiwberxy Shortcake and I
1",u t""e same will be placed in hands' Chicken Fie Are First
lor a Kindergarten. She lias Ijeen' stopping at the Anderson and Wi" cru YOUrS^"'.*- g0V'
Promised several and the parol,,. ,0n homes 11, j, well read and; >our^']ves .iccorcltnof.
who have subscribed, are . v n,i-■!, lias a sphmdul men,,,:., for n m:.a of i UR1.W.
m hopes lliut euor.fch iiholais mil le ; ;e. si', and bao v.iittcu nc, I ,f """ 'iiisbai:- lik-.s biscuits, and
, hi sccuied t eio.Me i...r to tak< up llr p,*tr\ or rlivaio, muelt of n ' m.'si of them d... .voucun please him
[•it wait. Icuut to"political mattm. TlfE ALTON UUODS llakint'
Kingfisher Cohn iy
| To Sole-One set Internat-
ional* 1Cn oylopedias, 15 vol-
j uines 111 law, binding good as
(. .nipamon j new, book shelf included. Also
is 6uc Iarfje liookcase suitable
that of all dishes American nifi, ilk, 1 for heavy honks-as well as
best,of alt strawberry shortcake and small ones. ltir|tiirc of lioX
ic a:i " "
>n the Hearts of the
The Woman's Home
has been collecting the favorite rcci
pe> of husbands. The results show
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Lower, Sue L. The Dover News. (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 26, 1911, newspaper, October 26, 1911; Dover, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107031/m1/1/: accessed February 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.