The Dover News (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 9, 1914 Page: 1 of 4
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DOVER, KINGFISHER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY.^ttE 9, 1914.
NUIviLiEk 1 j
judge Scott For Judge
of 20th Judicial
Judge Winfield' Scott, of Enid,
who announces' for Judge of the
20th Judicial District, subject to the
will of the Progressive Voters Aug
iMt 4th,' is a 'nan' of sterling charac.
ter, 'tad 13 resffected by ail who
U« ni borh id ti rc ti county,
PeOHyiyawa on the 10th day ol
April, 18?#. He cnme to Oklahoma i District Judge, ol the 20th
on June 4tti, 1904.' lie lius siuce • eistr'.ct
practiced law, in Enid, Oklahoma, I
with the exception ot the i>usl four
yeara, during which tiuie he ha®
Detu County Judge ol Garfield
County, Oklahomr. He believes nis
letar* of ottiee in Garfield county
has been satisfactory to the voters.
At leaat Ue is submitting his candi-
dacy tor I)istnct Judge up in the re
cord made by hitu while I'ouuty the
Judge of Garfield County. He in
vites the strict examination ot Ins
records as a man, a citizen, a biw.
yer, and a Judge. Ht desired all of
the votes of the citi/eus ot the 20th
Judicial District who believe in hull
esty, efficiency, and the enforcement
of the laws. He believes m giving
a square dcv1 lb each and every per. |
sou Ht is' a man of tile people, j
ayd ii not iu fa . or of corporalious I
and monoffOttts, except in bo far as . . .
- I elect two .Indies,
the law gives them rights. He'
anuria squarely upon the principles
as enunciated by the Chicago Pro
gressive platform ol PJl'.V, rind tliej
platform of the Progressive Party in |
Oklahoma City for the year \i1l4.
Very truly yours,
W INHKU) ISCOTT. |
For County Treasurer
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the office of County
Treasurer, subject 10 the will of the ' got more relief from one box ol It.
R1 publican voters of Kingfisher ! Kille's L,fe '"ills ,lliln :l";v 'T1 I
l.'eet Bov elnoV2m;nt Regular. ] 15 s 3 nn,, n I
in- Kln« s New Life P1U keep ttte KLUUwLU KOUUU
stoma, h. liver and kidneys in health*
condition. Kid the body of poisons
and waste. Improve vour complexion
by flushing the liver anil kidneys
BSWHBEMSatf .1 ... '• -
. , .. . 1 ic.ine I ever tried
t ie primary election 111 ,. . .
, I held, o.Chicago, 111.
S, K Robinson. |(iru,r,nst-
I hereby announce as a candidate
for the Democratic nominiitiou of
and ask your support.
1 hereby announce myself 'is a
candidate for district jud^e, 2iJLh
judicial district, Subject to the Ke
publican primary, August !. 1914.
j. c. UOB'BI:I;TS.
I hereby annourn e mysell a can-
didate for district, judge, 20th .111 <Ii
rial District, subject to the aelioii
| Ilea), Canadr.
I departed tliis
the age of . .
25 day .
e was borfi .11
M ;i v •'!, , '
i' ' find
V li'N, at
5 rip Summer
Inquire ol' Ticket
Agent for dates of
sale limits, etc.
\/V n luvc the
■* ronfrs- both
• He came from Montreal, ('ana
da, I'. Davenport, lort'ri. Here lie
enlisted ill the arniy- Alter being
tliUKlered out lie returned- to Iowa
where be was married to Karh Av-
i'rill, and to this union were born
seven sons and one dtillghler. Tin
I /toother and one m 11 preceding linn
voters in the
y, 11 uguat 4.
Kepll bl it-:lll pri-
J hereby announce my
candidate for nomination
tht? district, judges of the
cial district of Oklahoma,
the action of the Kepublh
( I' l.l,l:;< IN.
to the better :rld.
I11 1904 be was again married to
Ibe wife who :notirns bis death.
11 e came to t ILJahoin.i in I St
and has live! in the vieinity of
Will Juili Ki' 1 "ver
jut.jtcl to j Al out •lr"l,h °En !:l' •' «' l,afJ
11 p'-irn-i !spell of sickne.-s,.but. lecovered pur
rv election to be liele \ u ,11-1 -III, tiallv, and v. .is able to be around,
1914 This district is consists of! A tVu' ,la>' "K" l''"1 a" "f
Kim'fnher, Gsrtield. Major, Alfalfa ■ be:\rt
and Woodward comities, and will
routes both going jiiJ
returning, thi~. privilege g.v-
thc opportunity ot set. ing
greater portions of the coun-
try at no increase in cost.
| ^nnoiiikvmciil 1
! desire to stale that \ have as- |
sinned the management of the
Dover Meat Market
And will appreciate all the regular patronage
and endeavor to give satisfactory treatment
Buy Vour Meat at Home.
I Shop o|
Shop o|m ii Iroui ti a. in. in 7 ]
Sun l:i\ until 1' m in
ft. E. flTHERTON
IS 5 Ei
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I hereby announce
tor the uouiinauou at. c.ne of tin
district judges of the ^'(lt.li district, j '
subject to the action of the I'rogres ,
sive prinaarieo, August 4th.
Y\ IIJFIt-.l.U S(,TT
H. Meade for County
W. 11. Meade of Altoona township
aunounces in this issue as a (audi,
data |or the Republican nomination
lor County ussessor. Mr. Meade is
a successful faimer aud stock raiser.
He was born and raised iu W ash,
ingtoo county, Ohio, has bteu m the
west for twenty.five )«ars, aud iu
Ki«<fisber county six years. He;
ile on the road near Fred
Twin-.s home, 1 rotn which be nev-
er lullieJ, and mi Sinida.v at l.i'.O
be paased away.
"Pad,' as be was called, was a
j.'lly, jovial man, outspoken at all
times, but honored lor his hoi
After a .bv'irt service at the bon-e
coildlti'ted l.y I lev tlufer .Mason
ic lodge took eba.iye and eondticled
their burial sevvir-e bntbvrtthe home
and at. the grave. The remains
were interred in the cemetery near
III vision Passenger Agent, Oklahoiuii
J. Kappenberg, Agent,
Dover - - - Olilll
t of the |
I El Reno Mill & Elevator Co. !
$ McAlester Coal Prices Low as the Lowest ^
Geo, V. Spindcl, Manager ^
I hereby announce rny candidacy
for the nomination of sheriff of
Kingfisher county, subject to the re. ■ Kiel, Tuesday.
j publican primal,, s ot, August I r^~7~, TT"
; Vour support is solicited and will be 1 Huit for bheiln-
j appreciated. j Having bef-u i,rued i,y ■nunc ivns
(iEOfKjE K I ()N(r i li'U'Uils over lljf* eoiriiy l« ci;1 rtl e
U. F Hurl Iiu> announce!! ti it*
$100 Reward, $100
Tlio readers of this pap. r will be*
pit t. . .1 in learn (Mat there is at least o-•
dreaded disease that science has be>-n
able t( cure in .ill its stapes, and that is
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh (.'tire Is the only
« .. positive cure now known to the medi. «
•N fraternity. Catarrh being: a constitutional
dise.-i.se. requires a. constitutional tr-"tt-
meni. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken In-
ternally. acting directly upon tii^ bloot'
and mucous surfact j; of the system. th«• > «*-
by destr-'yint? the foundation of the «,ic
ease, and rixintf the patient strength l \*
building tip th« constitution and assisting
nature in dolnff its work. The proprieties
have .so much faith in i<•; ■curatlv" p"W-
ers that they ofTer On<* Hundred Dollars
for any case that i' fails to cure. Send
for list of testimonials.
Aildrr-ss: F 1 f'HKN'EV & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold l v nil 1 >rtiirjris's. 7f.c,
Take Hall's Family rills for constipation
Lumber, Sash, Doors. Moulding,
Glass, Screen Doors, Paint, Oil and COAL
ft. It RUTH, Manager, ■ Dover, Okla
I hereby annouuee my Candida,
cy for Sheiitr of Kinolisher eounty,
subject to the will of the voters ot
j the Kepublieau voters at the prima.
i lict. Aueuot 4.
t). I-'. HURT.
taught school lor twenty years.
three fourths ol which time he car.
riid ti first gradeceitiflcate. It eject.! For Countv CJlcil-c
e.d be promi.es to have a local as. I hereby myself *S a candidate
sensor lb each township and resident (or c0UlltJ. 0ierk of Kingu,ber coun-
tazpsyers shall have a right to say j tyj subject tH lbtf ,lec,sio|1 of tbe
who the local assessor shall be. If 1U,pul)1,call ,)rimane9, August 4.
noaiiiialed and elected, every tax.
payer ih the couuty is assured a
Bijuare deal and a tair aud bouest
value Of UW property.
For County Judge.
J. hereby auuounce myself as n
candidate for re-eleciion to the olliee
ot County Judge, subject to the ac.
tion cf the Democratic priuiaiies,
Robt. F. Subtler.
Hayes Speaks in
Samuel \Y. Hayes, tormer chief | August 4
justice ot the bupreme court, aud j - ——
democratic candidate for tinned; For Court Clerk.
8t ieV$euator. will speak in Dover I hereby announce myself
at 11 o'clock a. m., July 13
Hayes is cow making a whulwiud
campaign of the state, delivering
two to lour speeches daily.
Judge Hayes is in excellent health
liis voice is holdiue up remarkably
well under the strenuous platform
work of tbe past tbree weeks und he
is making oue of the most powerful
speeches ever delivered by a candi.
date tor office in Oklahoma.
KeportJ have it that Judge Hayes'
speeches are the greatest froco the
greatest from Ue standpoint ot the
candidacy as a candidate for sherill
on the republican ticket.
! Mr. Hurt i" n well linovn nnriion
; <-r ot thi^ couutyholiest miu relia.
ble. 11' lie secures tin- noniination
| and is elected at t he Novembi-i- elee.
tion be will go into cilice iiiiiucuin
be red, as lie belongs to no clli|ili s
land mtfkes no promises, and il
j elected be, will serve the people iin
A vote for.him iti a vote for law
| aud order.
Estimaled Amount Needed
for General Fund School
District 51 at Dover<
2oin soiTii-ftnoual Gasn Gost Clearing sale
All Sustirner Goods 'it Actual Cost, except (). N. 1.
Thread which we are bound by contract to maintain
the price, for 13 business days, beginning July i i, and
'ending July 25.
asked concerning the date. Many are
this sale to make the hulk of their seeison's
xefoni our decision to begin it so early,
aoDouuce myself as a ! For salary of 3 .teachers,
Judge candidate for Court Clerk, subject to! For repairs,
the decision ot the Republican pri. ! For fuel,
maries, to be held August 4. J Jtor library and school af
Georoe H. La ing. i jiurattis,
™" For fu'roilurtj and supplie
I hereby annouce myself as a can. j,>nr |,uildtng
didate for county assessor, subject toj For coutiugt,ut expPIllles
the decision ot tbe Kepublieau j>ri
I/tdics' Oxfoads at cost
Children's < )\fords at cost
; Suits at cost
; Ladies' Suits at cost
25.no] Men's I lose at cost
I .")(! 00
maries on August 4.
H M EA I>E.
farmers and the laboriog man that of tbe RfPU>>licau voters
maries August 4, KU4.
J oh p M.
Gr a ham.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for County Judge subject to tbe will
at the pri.
has ever been heard in the state.
He stands for a line of tederal rem.
edies of social and labor condttiohs,
rural credits,, post roads, and other
laws for the layman that captivate
the people everywhere.
He does oot indulge in flights of: t0 i.|ie Masonic lodge in
tloquence or deliver a unustrel moo- and the people of Dover in general,
alogue. He discusses the national j aitf0 the members of the G. A. K.,
issue* of the day as apt out in big ;for their kindness during the recent
Total, $20511. nc.
We, the undersigned Directors bl
Scho.il District No. .">1 of the (Vim
tv of ilipgijsher State of Okiahouni
do hereby certify that the within ami
foregoing statement ol the li>c..|
condition, of said School District is
true and correct, and tn.-it ' he
amountB enumerated in the bail-
ment ot estimated needs are reason, i LrHit;.-,' I tldcrwcat
ably uecessyrv for current e-\|.enses
in the proper conduct of llii alt ills
Wo desire, through the columns ( f :ai! S-lwol District.
f the News, to express our thanks Link Baku, Dirr-ctor.
particular, ^ t-STON, • lerk.
W. Mjli.eh, Director.
Card of Thanks.
plattorm and gives an analytical and , illness of our husband anil father-
educational discourse on these sub.
jects ol vital interest to the voters
of the sUle.
Come in and let us sell you a life
scholarship in tbe Capital City Bus-
iness College, at Guthrie.
Mrs. II. McGee,
Cull No. 14
te.m of news.
The payment for the '
lhalf of the. 1913 taxes
[been extended till August
|1914, vithoitt penalty.
have an S. F. Robiusou,
Ladies' hose at cost
Children's hose at i ist
All sitmmet* dress goods at u
All wool goods at erst
All silks at cost
All ginghams at cost
All wash goods at cost
Men's Underwear at cost
Children's underwear at c./st
Corsets at cost
1 tiderttinslins at cost
Gauze vests at cost
Union suits at cost
Hosiery at cost
Trimming at cost
Muttons at cost
Skirts at cost
White dresses at cost
White dresses at cost
Wash dresses at csst
Wash skirts a* :ost
Suits at cos'
Coats at cost
Xeckwear at cost
Purses at cost
Jewelry at cost
Belt,s at cost
I.aces at cost
Kmbroideries at ;-o ;t
A Hover laces at cost
Allover embroideries at cost
Dress trimmings at cost
Silk dress patterns at cost
Silks for trimmings at cost
Men's suits at cost
Men's pants at cost
Everything in Summer Goods j( Actual Cost
Logan, Snow & Morton Col
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Martin, J. S. The Dover News (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 9, 1914, newspaper, July 9, 1914; Dover, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc136359/m1/1/: accessed October 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.