The Dover News (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 20, 1913 Page: 1 of 4
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DOVER, KINGFISHER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY NOVEMBER
As per announcement 1 .st week
the liible school of Dover Christian
church was entertained Sunday hy
the Hennessey school at that place.
.1 he train arrived at that place on
time, and our school was met by a
big delegation at the depot, and es-
corted to the church- The first
thing that met our eyes was these
words written on the blackboard by
feupt. Ilerscher: "Welcome Dover;
the largest liible school in King-
fisher county." After the usual
class study of the lesson, Mrs. J. T.
Anglin of our school was called up-
on to review the lesson, which she
did like an adept, and the Dover
delegation was proud of her. Preach-
ing services immediately followed
the Bible school and our Elder
Shane preached one of the best ser-
" The Man Behind."
I This does not mean tlx man be-
hind the times, nor the man bc-
! hind m his payments. Julius Cae-
sar wag the man behind Rome,
I Washington was the man behind
j the United States at a crisis in his-
tory. Every successful venture has
a man behind; the man who shoul-
ders the responsibility and plans
the campaign, wiio possesses those
qualities that bring success to him
and to those associated with him in
Young man! if you wish to be
the man behind a successful cute;-
prise, attend the Capital City I!u-i-
ness College, of Guthrie, Okla., tin-
largest school of bookkeeping, busi
ne?s training and stenography in
the state. With the efficiency tlii?
school will give you, the time will
come when you will be the man b
hind a successful enterprise; when
j The Needs of the Country Sunday
School. It is hoped that the Sun-
( day schools of the surrounding ter-
ritory will avail themselves of this j
i privilege. Tuesday * p. in. The
Organized Adult liible class as a
| Working Force. Also a report on j
s World's Sunday Scliool Convention
at Zurich, Switzerland. Mr. Her-1
' ger has just made an extensive tour
in Europe. He is an able lecturer, i
I Avail yourself of the opportunity. J
A special offering v. ill lie taken each <
liight to defray the expenses. We
expect to have a special nforenec'
^hour at each sc.-.-ioii. Have you
any pr i.>lt*•.is" lie prepared to ask!
■ questions. Spe'-ial music will l>< j
| rendered. You are,invited. Come.;
K. A. l'emberton, president of our
| county S. S. Ass n has signified j
: his iutention of being present.
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| Headquarters for Evcj vtb
3 and Wear
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j. Coats which vvc are selling ai price - that will • U
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DON A. NORTHUH, DOVER, OKLAHOMA
We duplicate any offer made by any responsible Agenev. Get one of our Club Lists
inons we ever listened toon the
subject, "Love.-t thou me better
than these?" .A Hennessey man con-
fessed it hit him. He said iiis gun
scattered. At the close of services
, t he audience proceeded to the old
opera house where cue of the finest
spreads (such as Hennessey Indies
alone know how to prepare) was set
von will be a synonym of success,
again exemplyfying the fact that
with educated head and skilled
hands young men and women can
curve their names upon the tallest
towers of fame.
The C. C. B. C. is the only schoi 1
in the stat - allowed to teach the
0\>stvv-u\ao WS o^
V v\c\v \\uY>ew
Byrne Systems, and it is the larg
before the hungry visitors, ami all, , ,.st sc|u,„| h) l|u. hUU)
(including the writer) proceeded to
fill up. After MOO men, women and j
children had satisfied the inner]
man, enough was left for supper I
and the Dover bunch was invited to j
come back for supper. In the aft- I graduates till they get
ernoon, after sight seeing till 3 1 good pusition8<
To begin by the first of December
is a fine thing to do for those of
| previous years have proven that a
Nearly Every Child Has Worms.
Paleness, at, limes a lliisheil lace, un i
natural hunger, picking the nose, j
great thirst, etc, are Indications of <
worins- Kicapoo Worm Killer is aj
| reliah'e, thorough medicine for the re-
j moval of all kinds of worms from ciiil-
to find out!dren al"' adults. Ivicipoo Worm
.; . ,, ,, | Killer in pleasant candy forms: aids!
man in Matteawan. k.,
digestion, tones system, overcoming 1
Copper \Vrijrht« I. m&*#irrr3HuLm'
Harry 'J'haw is tryin
who put tlu
sive practical commercial teaching.
\\ itli the Byrne Syslems a student
can pass the civil service examina- I
tions in three or four months and j
this school guarantees to help all
W/i• > >' I ' 'II. Ut i I IAJ11J 111
It is reported, on good authority, constipation and increasing the action
.at there is three kinds of demo- of the liver. Is perfectly sale for even j MlSS Laura
It's your next
o'clock, the crowd again filled the
church, and listened to a program
consisting of an excellent reading
... , . ... I f * .'.no * ctti i- Hit
by Miss Armantrout: a beautiful, .
desirable time to
crate in Oklahom
The Drovers Telegram, after dili-
gent investigation, has discovered
that the girls who wear slit skirts
are the sutne ones who sit cross-
legged in public places.
Ex-Presidents Taft and Roose-
velt have both accepted invitations
to address the National (ieographic
Society. The management was
wise to the point of having their
E E SPRA CUE,
/>/ uch smith, I! 'onthenri
. ! Uloilioftl /1 It ( /HI i/•/'// n
Don <■ on slut ti ii<j/i(i
Dover, - Okie
rl GOOD rnoio
before Christmas and they finish in
the early part of the year.
Write for particulars. Capital dates as far apart as possible
City Business College, Guthrie, ok
solo hy Miss Mary Elliott; short
speeches by superintendents and
ministers present; also, our super-
intendent's wife was given an invi-
i. , v-'ity J>u;
tation to talk, and gave the key to j()n, t
h.er success as teacher of a lx)oster
class of Bereans. Last, but by no
means least, was the ideal organ-
ized adult Bible class, conducted hy j The revival meetings will likely
L. A. Ferrel. It was intended to close this week. No services Sai-
illustrate what an adult class should urday night. ]5ro. Kurth will re- ' to place mankind on an equality
be and do. The roll was called and "lain oyer Sunday and convention, j or he is possessed of the big "I,
two absentees noted. The teacher | His messnges in sermon and song R0'l imagines the Lord creatt
made inquiries and found that one have beeu a great blessing to us. j out of a superior kind of clay,
was sick gnd the one slept too late. , rp.Q . „, , m> «. > • .,.
Volunteers were called for to call L f !'3ng'00,;ed ew"1 ^v.l Hie Atcluson (Ks.) (dok-makes
and the the sick one and see if he I i k" 18 °ff"- ' ('"lm>,ent 0,1
needed anything. Also to remind i ! lhe ^ ^ a Sun- t,ons at Musket Ridge: -'if we are
day school and doling Peoples' 'going to stand for our women to
Rally at Dover, Nov. 24 and 25.1 wear slit skirts, form-filling dresses
Mr. J. A. Werner, of Alden, Kan- antl vulgar hobble skirts, and our
„ i, i i, i .. 18as' Field Secretary of the Kansas younger women to dance the boll
and the teacher didn't have to both . r> *c„,. , „ n i
| Conference will be here and have
ask and answer the questions. At; charge of the meetings. Rev. p.
night a number heard Elder LeMay i C. Berger, of Cleveland, O., Gener- Barter, the lllc
preach one of his best sermons. All jn' N of i.u Sur.lay school! 'll:/ 1 r.I and lope, and so on down
agree that Hennessey knows bow toi'j""' ^"""8 I'copU All nee, will j , the men folks might just
• >• fiipt ' *■ the chief Rpcak r. S.rvices as as well li.ive their saloons, and the
. Plans whole push go to bell together."
..I... or tItin
before bctwccu the echoole. e •> work. ;i i.,■ ;< p. ui '-<r trieud or relative.
a E. Goodsp
the "must delicate children. Kicapoo ^
Worm Killer makis children happy L (jirSCIUStG NLITSG
and healthy. 2.")C. Guaranteed. Try '
it. Drug stores, or by mail. Kicapoo Calls Answered
Indian Medicine ('<>., Philadelphia and i
One Year For 50c.
All new subscriptions taken from
now until January 1, 1911, will gci '
advantage of the ">0c late. This i-<
a losing proposition, but want to
increase our subscription list if we |
do h ave to give some money away.
Old subscribers can settle their old
accounts by paying up to date and
When you hear a fellow talking "lie year tn advance.
against women having equal rights Call N^TlY "wlien von Uuvc an
in public affairs, you can put it tern of news.
down that he is a "henpecked," ;
and takes advantage, when not un-
der the influence of his better half,
Is appreciated by Evrt
One. Please your friend.,
by giving them a Photo
" The Millers'
^ \ . v \u'iNA\ v.,
II' asojtahie ehargi: .
Prompt serv r >.
I i'<>' 'Kit. OKI. A
! E. K'ison
City Meat Market,
I I'till Line of Fresh and
Cured Meats Always 011
Hand, Pure Kettle Red-
tiered Lard. Ice for sale
I* very day. Prices Ri^ht.
i DoVEit: - OKLAHOMA.
1 irst Class Work Done at
the other he was missed. A col-
lection was taken for benevolent
purposes. The lesson was reviewed
. ., 9.
d him ' $
liardware, \ urniture
and Farm Implements
weevil, Texas Tommy, tango, bun-
ny hug, the bear dance, the calfjg
Kangaroo Kick, the
j| Everything first=dass and up io
S date. We carry a complete Sine
of standard implements and the
prices can not be beat a03'where.
Our furniture department is com-
plete and full of i^ooi barp;ains.
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Hot and Cold Baths—
5 For $i.00.
I Agent I >r Lnid Steam Latin-
dry in couneetion. Your jxtt-
; ran age appreciated .
I G W Conrad,
Stable. Good Rigs
Day or Night.
Oo.>d .stalls; plenty of water,
e 1 ntli Main Street Dover Ok.
G. W. Fletcher,
Notary Public and
Keal Estate A}nt
Wo:t:y <0 Los-1 on Farm
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Martin, J. S. The Dover News (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 20, 1913, newspaper, November 20, 1913; Dover, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc136313/m1/1/: accessed November 23, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.