The Dover News (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 13, 1918 Page: 6 of 6
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HARTMAN & WHITEHEAD
Rankin Auto Company
It your car is in need of repair call on us. (Jui< k
Service. Safulacijon Guaranteed. Dealers in
Auto Accessories and Supplies
We Sell Maxwell Cars
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
IMI'tD BY TM
This Theatre Will Only Run Three Nights Each
Week From Now on
On account ot advanced prices in film service we have
raised the admission price to 1 OA-
Matinee Each Saturday . X VfC and £\JC
I handle Old Conrad and Kreiter, Waldemar, Hink-
leman of New York, and J. E. Davis Pianof, all old
etandard and reliable Pianos. No middleman's com-
mission. I defy competition in price or quality. All
goods sold on easy terms.
Prof. ), J> LaValley
The Music Man
Will take Second Hand Goods in Part Payment.
We Carry the Latest Sheet Music.
Office in Rear of First
of your wages every week will
lead to Financial Independence
Systematic savings have always been the
foundation of financial independence. There
was never a time when systematic savings
counted for so much—-or could be invested
with such security or with such certain,
Your savings will help win the war, build
the great American fleet of ocean ships
now under way, back Uncle Sam and
bring you 4 per cent interest, compounded
Invest in U. S. Government
War Savings Stamps
Save Thrift Stamps—25c Each
H .* ■ pi IfljS a v -
Hennessey Auto Co.
EAST MAIN STREET
Auto Repairing. General Machine Work
Vulcanizing. Storage Battery Recharging
and Rebuilding. Oxy-Acetylene Welding
Columbia Storage Battery. We specialize
in Electrical W ork.
J. A BIRD, Prop. CLARENCE BIRD, Mgr.
Increasing Your Summer
lust two things make summer unpleasant heat ana in-
Screens are an antidote for both.
A well screened house is free horn flies, mosquitoes and
other insects, W ith screens on windows, doors and porch
the house can be kept ceol left open day and night.
So here is is a simple, practical and inexpensive way to
spend a delightful summer, it means better health and
Let US Furnish You the Screens.
A. H. Schowalter & Co.
Come in and Examine; Our Line
Before purchasing elsewhere.
We can save you time and money
CLAUD D. MAUK, Prop.
Evangelical Church Notes
BOX SPRINGS ITEMS
with Mrs. ( 'has Long iast Wednes-
The Sunshine Girls are busy
knitting sweaters now. They
have seven on hand. Good for
the girls. They mean to let the
sunshine in France as well as
Mrs. Will Beeves has been
Hello Friends. We are all
smiling today. Why? Because
we have had such a beautiful
C. M. Oaks has accepted a po- j visiting in our vicinity the past
sitlon with the Carter Oil Co., at week.
Tulsa. | Well, we don't know who the
Ed Mayes and family spent the > joke was on. the cat, the butter
week end at Kingfisher. or the Dover News man. Better
G. N. Bixler and wife arrived shut the door.
for a visit with their daughter, | w. s s
The children put on a good
program at Grange, Box Springs
Friday evening which was en-
joyed by all present.
Council of Defense meets at!
Box Springs the 3rd Wednesday-
evening of this month.
Mrs. C. M. Oaks and children
are visiting at the Williams home
Banner Cemetary Society met
There was a good deal of won-
dering last week when A. L
Mayes was seen raising a contrap-
tion on his farm east of Dover.
Some said it was an oil derrick,
but it proved to be a hay stackcr.
There was a splendid attend-
ance at the Evangelical church
Sunday both morning and even-
ing. Come again,
Banner was out in full force
Sunday, had a full house with
splendid interest. The people'
from across the river were able]
to be with us as the river was!
Our Fraternal orders were well |
represented on Sunday morning |
for day memorial service.
Mrs. Price and daughter re-
turned on Monday morning from
Dont forget your Sunday and
church work as never before.
With the boys at the front fac-
ing the enemy for you and fight-
ing for your rights, you as God's
people should hold on to them by
prayer and keep their feet from
While the harvest is here and
all over the land the busy rcap-
eis are gathering the golden
grain. Remember you are one
of God's harvesters and God ex-
pects you to gather in the golden
sheaves for the heavenly gar-
ner. Don't be a slacker.
II. L. PRICE, Pastor.
£)R. ROY V. WOOLWINE
Special attention given to the
scientific construction of artificial
taeth. Difficult cases solicited.
Office closed on Sundny,
I will be in Dov er Tuesday of
each week hereafter, at the res-
idence of Mrs. Bealer Jones.
Bring me your clothei to clean
Ladies Skirts 50c and up.
MRS. M T BROWN,
Hennessey, Ok la.
Protect your loved ones with one of our splendid old
Line Policies, that, pays you back every dollar you put
into it at the end of 20-years and in addition pays your
beneficiary double the amount of the face of the policy
in case of accidental death.
I write Fire, Tornado, Automobile Insurance for the
Old Reliable Springfield, Mass. When you think of
INSURANCE think of the American Life, and the
Springfield Fire & Marine, the two best companies on
G S. VAN GUNDY - Dover Oklahoma
Do not look dowdy when you
can have your clothes cleaned
It's a concrete fact that if that und pressed at Hennessy. Mr.
Miller comes for them each Tues-
big naval battle is pulled otf in
the north sea, it will be the final
resting place of the German navy.
day and Thursday,
Lx-Prosecuting Attorney, Gar-
Charles N. Harmon
ENID, • OKLA.
18-21 Okla. State Bank Building
Be sine to pay your last one-
half of 1917 taxes before June
15th, 1918. Teey becoma de-
linquent and penalty attaches on
II the whole tax for 1917 is
unpaid, penaltj attaches trom
January 1. 1918 Give early!
attentton for you might overlook
W . C. BROW N,
3w County Treasurer.1
w. s. s.
The News Office now lias on
hand a full line of legal l>lank>,in
chiding the regular form of oil |
lease W hen wanting anvthingl
in the legal blank line- come here I
DR MARIAM L. CASSELL
At Claud Mauk's Residence,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
from 5 p.m. until 10:30 follow-
Rooms :S1 and .'52 Bracken Build-
ing, Kingfisher, Oklahoma.
Fresh . Bread Always on
Homemade Pies and Cakes
baked daily. We guarantee
service.to be the best.
Our Printing talks right out
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Barrett, W. K. & Barrett, M. A. The Dover News (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 13, 1918, newspaper, June 13, 1918; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107401/m1/6/: accessed March 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.