The Dover News. (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 22, 1912 Page: 1 of 8
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DOVER, KINGFISHER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY. AUGUST 22.10,2
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As well as every business man
should have a bank account.
Because I Your money is safer in the
Vauk than anywhere else.
Paying your bills by check is
the simplest and most conveni-
Your check becomes a voucher
_ for the debt it pays.
It gives you a better standing
with business men.
Money in the bank strengthens
A bank account teaches, helps
and encourages vou to save.
This bank does all the book-
Your bank book is a record of
To those desiring Banking Connections
with an Old Established Bank, we
extend our services.
The BANK of DOVER
A Liberal Education
1 ravel is in it.^elf u liberal edtl
cation. It is not necessary to go to
tilt' ••lula of the earth to enj >y the
wonders of other lands. The San
Diego Exposition. to ho held in
UU.j, will bring the world to your
The best there is in industry, art,
commerce,education—in all lines of
human endeavor—will be assembled
at San Diego for every one to see.
1 hi 11 k of t'lo educational advantage
thus afforded. One could travel for
years and not see so many interest-
ing tilings as he will bo able to see
in so few days, and all arranged so
as to give him the most adequate
impressions regarding them.
With tempting rates and an ob-
jective point that is worthy, 191;
will see the greatrst travel move
nient to the Pacific Const that thi
country has ever witnessed.
POUR POINTS TO
1 here are four points that should
lie considered in selecting a school
first: The school's financial
-itanding, for the student does not
"ml to attend a school today that
will pass out iif existence tomorrow,
I In Capital City Business College,
Guthrie, Okla., has a backing of
Lost (?) Boys
Quite a littie exeitment was occa-
sioned a few days ago out at the
Heck houie it all being caused bv
the missing of their little lad who
is in I lie habit of bringing the cows
troiu the pastille. When lie failed
jto show up at the proper time with
the cows the luiuily decided that he
hud been hurt or probably killed b\
some of the vicious auiiuulg that
were iu tin pasture ami alter look-
Hello! here we are again with the
liens of the day.
There was quite a croinl in attend,
euce nt Mis. Fash's lecture and Jem-
011st rat louis <
over SIOUOOO.OO. It is owned ami premises over for linn jyjr.
operated by men, w ho have proven phoned to town for assistance,
themselvessuccessful men. Three auto loads with lanterns went
Second: The moral surroundings. lo l'"-' rescue. Tim searching purt\
Our tcachirs are ladies and gentle- I kept up the hunt until about eleven
It tneu of the Very highest character.
Eyes Tested Free
l'.ycs of All .Schoolchildren Test
ed I* ree. lo all who rend thi
and will call at my office within
the next two weeks i will give
FKEK" a thorough test oftheeyes.
Parents should take advantage of
this and avoid the risk of perina
"cut injury to the children's eyes
011 account of Mime blight error of
refraction. Uring them in.
J. A. TAI.kinoton,
Registered by Examination.
1 KEEP THE BEST BREAD TO BE HAD
You can now huv from me the unrivalled product of
the Mitchell linking Co., at Enid I have the Rye
Dread, Cream Bread, and tho reliable "Royal Blue."
Also fine line of cookies. 1 have, too, just received a
hue stock of Crushed Fruits for my soda fountain.
ED. PULS, RESTAURANT—COLD DRINKS
¥.sif £4 VV tj)
if Interest (7a(Ai—ed Jt'jr tiit
benefit cf Our '.Headers. "
White Felt Hats are the
swell est things that are worn.
A beautiful line of them at
Mrs. Lee's. Kingfisher,
Attention Farmers! Owing to
the high prices of feed and the
scarcity of money we have adopted
the following terms to good reliable
farmers. We will sell you a Singer
Sewing Machine for a payment ef
*10. on delivery of machine the l>al
mice to be divided into three equal
payments, the first one due Oct.
1st 11112, second one Oct. 1st 1;)!
I and the thild one Oct. 1st 1<)11
U by he without a Singer in your
home? For further information see
•fur salesman and collector E. E.
Farwell, at Hennessey or write
Singer Sewing Machine Co., Guthrie
We look after our students while
ill school, we encourage them in
honesty and uprightness.
i hird : 1 he systems and method
used. We use the famous Byrne
systems of Shorthand and Book-
keeping, which enables us to turn
out a better bookkeeper or stenog-
rapher iu half the time and at half
the cost of other schools teaching
other systems. We have the exclu-
sive control of these systems iu the
state. Therefore, the Byrne sys-
tems are a case of sotir ''grapes'' to
our competitors. The fact that we
turn out better stenographers in
three months than they can in six,
should interest the prospective stu-
leiit. Read our catalogue, see the
endorsements from responsible firms
and hundreds of students and busi-
fourth: Our ability to place you
in 11 good position with a responsi-
ble firm. We realize that if we hope
to succeed our students must suc-
ceed; the greater their success; the
o clock p. 111. wlieu Nomeoue made
a further search 111 the house and
found the lad sleeping in one ot the
spare bedrooms and blissfully ignor-
ant of the turmoil he was causing
Mr. Beck and family were grief
Btrichen dining the three or four
hours of the search and it goes with
out saying that they were grateful
to find the boy safely in '.lie house
and 1111 hit lined.
Robert Bower and Ins guest. Curl-
ton Shivelv, caused uneasiness Sun-
day evening |,y going to the river
and remaining longer than permis-
sion had been granted. They weie
supposed to be home by (j ::)0 or very
little later and at a little before
eight the writer with a friend who
was visiting at the house and 'Jeorge
bower stui ted out to Utid them. No
time was lost in making trucks down
the railroad, which was the route tak-
en by the boys, and as darkness
caiue on and no boys in sight we
hastened still more. After a time
> cauie rushing down the track and
fcrt.iU. our success. Other schools we were then at the mile post south
haun t the advantages of our most | of town and thought that the heal
modern systems, therefore, it is ut- place to give the train the clear
terly impossible for them to make
1 good stenographer or bookkeeper
of you in as short a tinu as we call,
and ut as small a cost.
\\ rite for free catalogue. Capi-
tal ( ity Business College, Guthrie,
Full Assortment of Crock
ery at Harnar's.
Mrs Watson has returned from
ber visit to Nebraska.
Ed Puis has tieen to Coyle this
week on a business tr;p.
W. P. Kimerer is having concrete
walks laid about his premises.
Charles Forney and sister were
Sunday guests at the Clyde Sherwood
Ted Gardinier is here f.om Min-
neapolis, Kansas, visiting his broth-
Overalls, the dollar kind,
89c at the Farmers Store, I
L. Puis is back from his trip. He
wis accompanied home from Illinois
by one of his brothers.
After a long illness J. II. Vurhle
died yesterday morning No partic-
ulars have been learned us to the
time acd place of burial,
Mrs. Stead and daughter, Elds,
•re b re from Susquehanna, Pa. vis-
iting tbeir undo, D. B. Moore, und
wito aud the Charles Sherwood lam-
J. P. Love and family went to
Hennessey Sunday and remained for
a couple of days visit at the home
0/ the former's brother, Charles three"fin?
Lore, aod family.
Mrs. W«av#r, R«|| cd Bomer,
were m yeeterdav and spent the day
«• Ite hotel talma went hdme to
ij*nd a few day* aod Boner rsuuin
*«ii in to a ti tor a visit.
K. 0. Braden is back from a sev.
eral weeks sojourn in Colorado.
Miss Beta Bunce is back in the
store after u two weeks vacation.
Mrs. 11 agar and little daughter,
Hiittie Bee, are visiting friends in
New, Fresh Groceries at
Harnar's all the time.
M'ss Horence Fash is spending a
few weeks here with her sister, Mrs.
Miss Irene llebbe was a supper
j guest of Goldee Smith, ut the hotel,
J Saturday evening.
Miss Selina Weaver has returned
j from u most enjoyable vacation
j spent ut Wichita Falls, and the lake
near there with relatives and friends.
Mrs. Moretiead expects to make a
trip to 'texas soon, both 011 bus-
iness and pleasure. She will be
accompauied by her little daughter,
Father Mauk left Friday for Chi-
cago to enter upou her work in the
nurses training school. She has
eainest wishes of many interested
friends that she may succeed in her
The News editor has been the re-
cipient ot several floe watermelons
lately. Last week the Miller broth-
ers, John, Pete and George( placed
ones on our front porch
aQd a few mornings ago on coming
to the flfflce we found a large one
with a note pinned thereon stating
that it was the first installment on
a years subscription for the News,to
he sent to the "Juicy Fruit Co."
A. h. Bracsen was here Saturday
from Kingfisher, assisting Claud
Mauk 111 pn paring Mr. Baweon's
body tor shipment.
Mesdsnnes \\ . I.. Moore and Geo.
Johnston passed through Dover Sat
unlay evening, on 35, euroute to
their homes uftcr a weeks visit 111
George Biles and wife, Misses Le-
na Stitt, 1 lorena Foglesong and Ol-
ive Wilderman and Ted Gardinier
were entertained at dinner Sunday
at the Bunce home.
Dr. Merrill, the Hennessey
dentist is here every Tuesday.
Don't forget it.
Through an error 111 the make up
last week a portion ol the write up
of the party at the Clark home, one
mile torth, was cut oil and inserted
among the locals.
W. II. Wright brought some fine
peaches to tins oitioe ouo day this
week. They were of the Klberta
and Champion varieties. Thank
you they were fine with cream and
To Parents ot Dast Children
All deaf children living in Okla-
homa are entitled to an education,
without charge, in theState School
for the deaf, located at Sulphur,
For information, w rite at once to
A. A. Stewart, Supt
track. The pause was a tortnnate
••ne for between the headlight and us
could lie seen two boys coming full
tilt to let us know they were sale
they having returned home by a
different route and then ran a mile iu
their effort to overtake us. Great
lclii f was felt at their appearance
as every step that was taken towards
tnc river the more sure we felt tliut
something had happened. Mr. More
bead came over lo the house to en-
quire after the boys and was told
that they had shown up alright
Sulphur j1111,1 'latl g0UL" to li"'1 us 80 U,,'V ««"■
' | their s tor their feet were so sore the
next day they could hardly wear
their shoes as realizing they
late they had ran most of tin
home iu the first place.
| onstratlomsi.il fru.t cuiml/iy which
was field al Mis. Overman's last week.
•I C. Nusted and family were Sun-
day guests at tte (.buries Ilusted
Mrs. II;itlie Karns, (nee Long;)
l ived Saturday for a visit with f oinu
t The meeting still continue at Bos
Springs and quite a number from
j Hover have been attending.
; Mr. and Mrs. (Jeorge iiixler, of
Waukomis, are visiting here at the
homes or their daughters, Mesdames
hatou and Bond.
I John McIntosh and family were
guests at the Mayes home Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Brewer bad as
their guests (Sunday Mr. John Brewer
j Miss Bertha Smith entertained
| quite a number of ber friends at Sun-
Will llutchins and family spent
Saturday night und Sund.iy visiting
friends Iu lids vicinity.
It Is reported that Mr. and Mrs.
Karns expect togo soon to Indiana
to make here home.
John McIntosh is hauling hay to
Kingfisher this week.
I'.ari McNuity lias been in this
neighborhood for the past week bal-
Mrs. A L. Mayes gave her Sunday
school class an outing on last Sunday.
She took tliem home with her from
•Sunday school where they all had din-
nei and iu the afternoon served mel-
ons and ice cream. All seemed to
have a good time. Those in attend-
ence were Christine Sherwood, Ola
Kidgley, Kstlier Ray, Mildred Mitchell
and Fay and Vera Bond. When they
started home they wanted to know
when 11 ley were coining back again.
(I hat question was a greater compll.
ment, to their enjoyment than most
any thing they could have said. KJ-
Why is a Knocker?
Vou can't saw wood with a ham-
mer," saj's a live Colorado editor.
It's a good iu o I to to paste in your
Live communities are made l>y
boosting, not knocking; and that is
the city of San Deigo, having volun
tarily assessed itself to the extent of.
$40 fur every man, woman and I Fine line at all prices.
child to build an Exposition is now Store. Hennessey
realy buildmg it at a rapid fire Sewing- machine for sale.
Cash or terms. Inquire at
Every town is a reflex of the j News office.
spirit of it's people. Every town
All lawns at cost at
.tanners Store, Hennessey.
Straw Hats at cost at the
Partners Store. Hennessey.
Trunks and Suit Cases.
laying nm l-aii
victims to stomach, liver and kidney
troubles just like other people, with
like results In loss of appetite, hack-
ache, nervousness, headache, and
t ired, list less, run down feeling. But
tlieres no need to reel like that as T.
1>. l'ecbles, Henry, Tenn., proved!
"Six liottles of Electric Hitters" lie
writes,"did more to give me new
strength and good appetite then all
of ber stomach remedies I used." So
they help everybody. Us folly to suf
ter When this great remedy will help
you from the first dose. Try it. Only
ot) cents at Don North tip's
\\ ANTED The Cosmopolitan
(ironp requires the services of a
representative in Dover and stir-
rounding territory, to look after
subscription renewals, and to extend
circulation by special methods which
have proved unusually successful.
Salary and commission. Previous
experiene desirable but not essential,
Whole or spare time. Address, with
reference, Charles C. Schwer, The
Cosmopolitan Group, 381 Fourth
Ave. New York City
\\ ork Shirts at the Farm
er's Store, Hennessey, for 43e
w. K. Miller and family and Tom
foglesong and family, all of Law-
ton, were here a few days ot the
past week visiting at the Foglesong
and Miller homes. The trip wus
made in their car.
School opens in Dover on the sec-
ond of September. This seems a lit
could show progress in the same
ratio as San Diego if its inhabitants
had ambition and the spirit to pull
Vim, ginger, self-reliance, and
cheerful cooperation will make any
J. P. Dove was a business visitor
to Kingfisher Saturday. Mr. Love
(Was 111 the newspaper business in
r—. . former years and knows something
Wedding Anniversaries | ,otl „
e have occasi maly been asked '< is "taking a hand" on a recent call
community uiore prosperous
Harnar is making full prep-
araeious for his new Fall Sup-
ply of Dry Hoods. Quality
and Prices will be Right. Ev'-
wjiat the dilferent marriage auuivei
saries are and so decided to print
them for the benefit ot auv who may
be interested. First, cotton j second
paper; third, leather; fifth, wooden;
sixth, sugar; seventh, woolen: tenth,
tin: twelfth, silk and line linen; lit
tecuth, crystal; twentieth, china;
twenty.fifth, silver; thirtieth, pearl;
fortieth, ruby; fiftieth, golden ami
seventy-fifth, d'amond. Sometimes
cry-body invited to come and !! qU'tL' au a,lvilutaSe t<J know
— .1 these as in case one wibhed to make
The Trials Of A Traveler.
' f am a salesman," writes E. E,
Yoengs, K. Kerkshire, Vt., "and was
often troubled with constipation
tie early tor a short term but there ! and indigestion till l Uigan to iise Dr"
will be the advantage of getting out
in the spring before the weather gets
bo warm. The term in to he tight
Kings New Lise Pills, which I have
finind a excellent remedy." for all
stomach. Ijver aid kidney trobles
there is nothing better. Only 25
ems at Don Nj.-Uiup's.
a present at such times it could be
selected entirely appropriate to the
Bomer Weaver has almost entirely
recovered from his recent sickness.
He had typhoid fever but owing to
the fact that he was promptly given
the proper treatment and had excel-
lent care he was not so dangerously
ill a he otherwise might have been.
at the News otliee.
For Your Teeth see Dr.
Helltnus who extracts teeth
without pain. All work guar-
anteed to be satisfactory.
Northwest corner square,
Indian Killed On Track.
Near liochelle. III., an Indian went
to sleep on a railroad track and was
killed by a fast express. Ue paid for
his carelessness with his life, Ofteu
its that way when people neglect
coughs and colds. Dont risk your life
when prompt use of Dr. Kings New
Discovery will cure them and so
prevent a dangerous throat and lung
troble. "It completely cured me, in
a short time, of a terrible cough that
followed, a severe attack of Grip "
writes J. It. Watts, Eloydada, Tel.,
"and I regained 15 pounds In weight
'hat I had lost," Quick, safe, relible
and guarnteeri. 50o and ti.00. Trail
bottle free lit Dan Nor:Imp's.
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Lower, Sue L. The Dover News. (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 22, 1912, newspaper, August 22, 1912; Dover, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107097/m1/1/: accessed February 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.