The Dover News. (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 3, 1913 Page: 4 of 8
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She Dover, OlUa., 1-1 ewe| .♦«=
« Special Sale Friday July 4- t
lfintered at the post oilier lit Hover,
Oklahoma as second claws matter.
Published every Thursday morning,
at Dover, Oklahoma.
♦ Salmon ioc, 4 cans corn 25c, 3 cans Salmon 25c,
:f Talcom ioc, Childrens'15c hose ioc, Ladies Vests
5c, Boys pants 11 to 14 ye'ars old 25c. A nice line
Subscription is <lue in advance. £ 0f frcsh groceries, racket gcods tr.d notions always
1J. Ti. MOOK r„
I'ditor and Publisher.
SUBSCRIPTION KATES. (X
One Year, - $1.00 0
r.„ 1 ♦
on hand. Yours For Business.
Single copies, five cents each.
dover, okla , july 3 1013
Take Yor Choice.
It's a Cool Shady Grove,
Plenty of Good Cold Water
and Comfortable Seats VS.
Hot Dusty Streets, Creek
Water and Stand on The
j )■ T Mcrehcad's old Z
Dover, Oklahoma. $
i <t>« >oo&i<s
Iff, J. RYAN
Any person trespass-
ing on the property ow n-
ed by the El Reno Mill
& Elevator Co. will be
prosecuted to the full ex-
tent of the law. Parents
please take notice.
El Reno Mill iS: El v. Co. ||
Bv A. E. Atliertoii. Art. S, cm,,m, stock p ui iu
" V ! Surplus Fund
8 l'n«iiviii ;d Profits, Wss Expenses r.ml
the statu ot l *iunuuM •
of business lune 4th. 1W-
Looig ami I >iscouuls
GTer.iiuftH, sucurt t and unnecMi> ti
biocks. Bonds, Warrants,
Furniture and Fixtures
Duo from HankM
Securities nvitU banking hoard
Cash in Bank
Ulcer and Skin Troubles.
If you are suffering wlih any old,
running <11 fever sores, ulcers, b iils,
eczma or ether skin troubles, yet. a
bo* of Hi,. kliii's Arnica Salve and you
ef promptly. Mrs. Bruce
jones, ■ f Blrmlr 11 am, Ala., suffered
from an uRly ulcer for nine months
and Buck I In's Arnica Salve cured her
in two weeks. Will help you. only
r.,e n,mended b) Hon Nortliup,
1 "over, Okla.
1.1 A BILITIKS.
:y. H . Huncb
City Meat Market,
Kvery true Atuerican should be
proud to celebrate the fourth of July
and rejoice that this is a land of pol-
itical and religious freedom. 1 here
is a class ot citizens who can rejoice
still more lu addition to celebrating
the fact that we have political and
WiIi'N Cruce quits the govern-
or's oflice his political career will
he ended for all time to come.
At this early date the light is on
for governor. Jack Love is the
latest addition to the line-up, hut
the sage of Tishomingo is yet to 1, •, j;(r fnrnis nf wotk
Neurolooirts say that pretty
cloths ruin women. It was a how
legged hoy who said that salt make-
potatoes tastu had when you don't
put it in them.
Charley West has forced an
agreement from the Oklahoma rail
roads, an ngmnient that the two
cent passenger rato would he put
into cllect nt once. Amen.
Perhats it is true that Japan
could take the Philippines in a
week, but she would be likely to
regret it for a century. And no-
body knows it better than Japan,
Tk old Noah was in the habit of
taking 011 a little liquid refresh-
ment while the ark was drifting
around, ho certainly was on a toot
when lie turned that pair of chinch
bugs and grass hoppers out.
Meet 1110 in D v.ir July the 4th.
Who is to Blame?
Complaint after complaint lias
reached this ollice in regard to hoot
legging in Oliver. We hear it on
the street, in the stores and every
where else and there is but little
douht that some one is handinp out
those who have the price.
a small town and .f it is a fact that
whiskey and beer is bcinu sold here
It is an open
violati 'U of the law and if the guil
ty parties are taki 11 up and given
the limit of law, which is a $500 fine
and six months in jail they wou't be
apt to try it again.
Children Have Worms
Many mothers think I heir children
are suflVrintf from Indigestion, head-[ niiis F jr bi:
Due to banks
Individual Deposits Subject to Check
Demand Certificate of Dei sit
Time Certificates of Deposit
Cashier's Checks Outstanding
ssf • vxfez, ro«fc©cdl ®?r.i<
a People is The
| Slogan For fitly
The legislature fooled the p op!c
They refused to quit last Saturnay
and are still on the job. Some 1 f
them can't make 82 11 day at home
and would gladly stay there till
Christmas aud would then favor
another extra si ssion.
I religious treed un. Ot eouise thi
ter class should feel gratified t > co.
muieinorate tin fourth of July first,
and next to that t 1 is special class is
entitled to celebrate the fact that j it aecins to us that the
they are indenpendent iu the way of | could be run to cover,
being properly njirped to make their
wav seccessiu 11v thrhrough the bus
iness world. llioao who do the inns.
who are driven
and work like slaves of the olden
tin:--, do u it n ov ever havens niucli
chance to celebrrte the fourtli of
July as those of their fellow citzen
j who are more independent and capa-
ble nt earning good salaries, with
numberless chances tor advancement
in j.'.Hition and p.iwer in the busi-
There are two ways ot securing
this second grade of Judependeucs.
One is by going into the business
world as au t ttlco boy rr as a wes.
senger and hy working harder than
most people care to work and after
long years of service they finally can
take charge ot the work of their
former employers This way is a
long anil arduous oue. The other
is to invest a few dollars aud a few j
months time in proper training that
will make imo able to go into a bus.
iuess ollice and there, by obsrevation
and experience be able to get at
firsthand, iulormation * and details
that would otherwise require years
of i atient waiting and hard service
as ollice or messenger by.
All the details of the i launings of
a business man paass through the
stenographer's head and hau 1- they
can determine at a glance the profit
or loss of any business venture anil
got the information by only a little
observance of the employer' plans
nclic, nervousness, weakness, costive
ness, when they arc victims of that
must common of all children's ail-
ments—worms. Peevivish, iil-tem-
pered, fretful children, who toss and
grind t-hclr teeth, witli bad breath
and colicky pains, have all the symp-
toms of having worms, and should be :
given Kickapoo Worm K1 lor. a'
pleasant canny lozenge, which expeis
pail lager and bunny lirook to! unrms, regulates the bowels, tones up
nnvor in 'he system and makes children well
:nd happy. Kickapoo Worms Killir
is guaianteod. All druggists or hy
mail. I'rice 2.")C. Kickapoo Indian
Medicine Company, l'lillahelphia and
Noun and liills UediMCounteil
Slate of Oklahoma, ) „ «
County of Kliigtlsher. j
I, C. U Sherwood, Casher of the nl.ovt named
bank, do 3oleinuly swear that tin aluve stiite
ment la true to the best of my knowledge and
belief, so lieli) iue Uoil.
t'. li. Sherwood, Cshier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, 11.ib 12
day of June, 1913.
CJ. W. I'lttilii r, Notary l'tiblie.
My commission cxi'ireu Nov 1014,
A. 11 RUTH.
ll. J. bHEliWOOD,
I'ull Line ef Frcsh and
Cured Meats Always on
Hand. Pure Kettle Rcd-
dered Lard. Ice for sale
Fvery day. Prices Right.
J H BUNCK
DOVER, - OKLAHOMA.
The different committees for the
1th of July arc all busy and the
work is progressing nicely-
Write yc :ir fri< - ds anu asic them ti
| spend the 4th of uly in Dover.
When the Iwys of Gil parts on
that historic battle li 1 1 at Gettys
burg on the morning iif July C'.h,
hundreds of them will never see
each other again till they meet at Capital City lhtsir,.:/.- Cdlvoe
the big reunion in the far and hap- i properly equipped to give you the
1'^ _ . aing and lots so fitted scores ot
Did you ever think you were. students on the investment of only
"chuck full" of information on j a tew dollars in from three to six
gome subject and then sit down ami months time. If you are intere.-ieil
try to reduce your information to 11 fitting yourself so as to honor na
black and white? Try it once and tional independence day and also a
the next time you'll be easier on 1 personal independence day—The day
the newspaper man. Wo have felt you are placed iu a good position.
Roaring West era Comedy
. i 1 1 1 '<► '
WE HAVE THE BE.ST -SELECTED
.STOCK or DR-Y 600D-5 AMD GROCE-
RIES THAT MONEY AND EXPERI-
ENCE CEN b'JY. I PAY THE To?
PRICE TOR COUNTRY PR.ODUC ALL
THE TIME. COME AND JEE ME.
i.aBl 38st5i- bbbpapigssbhi' mhssesizi.
First Class Work Done at
wclcii's Barber Sliop-
Hot and Cold Baths--
5 For $: 00.
Agent for Enid Steam Laun-
i'rv in connection. Your pat-
Ice Cream( Cold Drinks and
Short Oiilcr at all times.
Fresh Bread every Day.
Lilli UHU u-
Full line of Cold Drinks Candies and Cigars
Mitchell's celebratd bread always on hand.
ICE CREAM ASPECIALTY.
that way many times.
Kill out the hues below and lunil to
the Capital City Busidess College^ ]
Guthrie, Oklahoma lor a copy of our
large illustrated catalog which con.
tains the testimonials of many stu-
dents who have made the above
mentioned investment, aud who will
on the 4th of July celebrate both
ti,eir national aud personal indepeii-
''What Would happen if all the Name ....
men would throw away tin ir hat.-1
and replenish their head-gear eup j"'
ply at the millinery stores? asks an rrhe little daughter ol Mr. and Mrs
exchange. Certainly there would Sid Shaw fell from the lop of a fence
be sonic gorgeous bonnetts, but we 1 last Friday m i was struck by a post
can't liguro out how these bald-1 falling which caused a fracture
Some people on the cast si le of
the state are agitatinc tin subject
of dividing Oklahoma into two
utates. Old Oklahoma won't kick.
You Indians haven't done anything
but raise the devil and kick on
paying taxes since Oklahoma was
admitted to the union.
and Farm Implements
Everything first=class and up=to
date. We carry a complete Sine |
of standard implements and the Y
prices can not be beat anywhere. \
3 W Conrad,
ivery and Feed
Stable. Good Rigs
Day or Night.
(rood stalls; plenty of water.
South Main Street DoverOk.
G. W. Fletcher,
Notary Public and
Real Estate Agent
Money to Loan on Farms
HOY V.WOOLWINK HOI. \NI) W.WOOLWINB
Woolwiie & Woolwine, j|
Oflicc over Gilbkut's Store
Our furniture department is com- \
plete and full of good bargains. |
YOU CAN'T AFFORD
TO MISS iT
:=: Tonsorial Artist.
Shave, Hair Cut and Massage done iu artistic style.
Everything new and up-to-date. Agency Steam Lauudi
Dray anii Transfer Link.
Rea onable charges.
H. 0. BREWER
Jeweler and Optician
Goods and Work Guaranteed
J H. VINCENT, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Dover, - Oklci-
! I lie skuiL She i> improving now and
will soon lie up a^aiu.
For (:iat skin trouble. Pry Zensal
ami Moist Zunsal. Two perfect
remedies. Ask Don A. Nortliup.
!<;x! d bus i N i<:ss < ou '•:(11:
ESTA15 i. I Sine I) 1899
THE BEST is OUR AIM
2 The Best Bread is Made ot
headed gentlemen can keep on a
nine pound bonnctt on a windy day
(loon luck comes to the person
who keeps the weeds cut down.
Luck sometimes walks up and col-
lars an idler, but it is more apt to |
jump onto the man who is busy X
doiiiK the best ho can. Luck is not i v
laying around on the streets allow , 5
ing the loafers to cover it with I I
whittling^. Neither is it in the ♦
treams waiting to be caught by n ▲
fisherman's hook. Luck waltz s 9
round with industry. Sit around a
and wait for luck to hand you a J J
bag of gold and see if you don't ♦
wind up in thy poor houdo. j O4<3^o^o*a o*o
WINN i<:r KLOCli
Pride of DOver.Klk •srid Monarch
Meal and Grouts Feed
Live Stock Dealers
DOVER MILLING COMPANY
E E SPRAGUE,
i Jj'u f/: smith, Woodwork
into mobile Repairing
Doug on short notice
Dover, ~ Oh/a.
Harness, Collars, Whips,
Laprobts and Fly Nets.
Full Line of Leather Goods,
■-hoe lli-pairing on Short Notice.
The Union Pacific Railway Co, takes
all our graduates in Railroading.
REMEMBER: without special training
you are not certain of advancement.
ENiD BUSINESS COLLEGE
' J. E. Gfokg!:, President EniDi Okla.
II GOOD Photo
la appreciated by Every
One. Please your friends
by giving them a Photo
I lie Millers
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Moore, R. L. The Dover News. (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 3, 1913, newspaper, July 3, 1913; Dover, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc136280/m1/4/: accessed November 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.