The Dover News (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 2, 1916 Page: 1 of 8
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THE DOVER NEWS
DOVER, KINGFISHER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA THURSDAY MAK
You hear it said of some men that their
word is as good as their bond, and it's a fine
tlung- to say of any man.
But did you ever stop to think that 110 mat-
ter how g< od ' our word may be, there is
something btltti? If \on owe a hill at the
store and par it in cash and the merchant
tries to collect the amount again, your word
might lie good that vni had paid it. But sup-
i 11 1. .0 ... account ai ti.t bank and paid
I) check. The caneled check would speak
luiu.ei t1 1 ur v( vd 110 n atler how good
\our reputation No getting aiound that. It
pa\ s to 1 y by chei k.
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1 penmanship will j
-half page move-l
The contest i
consist of oni
mi ni exercises and aboui
words of plain writin-v. Tin
tier of 1 he lirst prize w ill n
$20 in gold and the second
ner will receive $10 in "old.
l'lease have your contestant
ready for the Meet in April at
MRS. SARAH L1STON
We w-uit chickens. Are aiways in th
market with the HIGHEST PRICE possible
Remember we pay CASH or TRADE. Wher
you have poultry to sell call us up Our pho: >
number is 21..
We have a good line of up-to-date merch-
andise, The price is right and we will try to
please you. Call and see us.
ATTN 1 ION S. S. WORKERS
Be sure and send at least, two
R. B. Long, a cousin of Chas.
Long visited his brother last
week. Mr. Lone, is manager of
Electric Co. and
•ure wi bad 1 larue attendant
S. S. I ts: Lord's Day. All en-
• >yed the lesson extremely w< 11.
| Junior services were resumed
again in the afternoon at 2:li0,
Mrs. < i'-:m ill A: urlin
W • •) '.(' .-■• .
Owing to the band having a
; part in the program Foiday even-
NEW RESIDENCES |i)(. ])()X supper, w > had an
I extra rehearsal after Junior.
Several real estate deals oi con- ] We have choir praetke every
Friday night. Come and help us
learn the new hymns.
A. B. Egleston traded eighty I All the young men attending or
REAL ESTATE DEALS;
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delegates to the State Convention
at Tulsa, March 28th, 29th and |consUlt " .111 """ erable importance were consum
or,,, rpi 1 f 1 111 regaining the installation ot a ,
oOth. Three days of splendid | ated the past week.
work by the leaders of song and'1,ghtl0gsystem forthe town"
Sunday School work in America, i The talk of electric light presists acresof jand iyinf, 1.'. miles south-lexpectinng to attend the Chris-
Such men as Marion Lawrence and everybody would begird to eagt 0f town, to Mr. Ingle for the | tian S. s. and who are interested
K. O. Excel!, S. 1). Gordon and jsee Lhein put in. It is hoped that Rouch property This is among in ball playing are requested to
Walter S. Athearn will be there, somebody w-th public spirit and the best residences in town. Mr. I meet on the local diamond, Sat-
Frce lodging and breakfast. \ push will pet busy, before mow , TOgleston and family will occupy 1 urday at three o'clock. Rev.
piw n to all delegate:;, Have your
credentials issued by your min-j
ister or superintendent before I
starting to Tula.
Push t he township conventions
that we may have eveaythin," |
out of t h'- way heforc the county
Si art your teachcrs training 1
L. A. FERRELL
Prey., County Ass'n-,
ni' the businicss houses and rcsi
'lences install expensive plants. |
eir new horn-"1 soon. Palmer wishe; to organize
Pete Miller has disposed oi hisj 'cam.
| residence property to Albert
j Blair and w ill be; in the erection
j of a modern resit enee in the near j
K K llijKi-.il, I'As'roit
The Shorthorn Breeders Assoc j future. *
iation of Kingfisher County met I Earl Mc Nully has purchased
in Hennessey, Saturday afternoon the quarter section of land,
\ll ofiieers and directors were' known as the Beeler place.
pre cut. Several interesting talks
were made by members. Arrange-
ments were made to take in the
Livestock Show at Oklahoma
Ciiy next week. The next meet-
in- will lie held in Kingfiser.
Mr. Ti. A. f'essna, deputy
the National <I range of Patrons of
H usbandry is enceavoring to or-
ganize a local Grange in Banuer
township. He is goiug to hold a
meetirg at Box Spiings school ,r,aP
house, Saturday, March 11th al shadow the weeKiy
8 p. m„ and wiil explain all par- weekly home paper fUls a place
tieulars consenting the Grange, in I he hears of the people that a
rn, . . .. e- 1 11 daely cannot fill. It comes to
This is a matter of interest to all J,
., ■, 1 your home as an old tried friend
persons in the community and •>
they should endeavor to attend, while the daily comes ^s a
Ladies as well as men, welcome. stranger.—Ex.
1 will thank the party or par-
ies, to remove the trash they
have unloaded a few rods east of
t he bisdge on Tui key creek and
The daily paper, with its large j object to anyone throwing trash
news service and quick facility-; a.loiig the north Side of my farm,
in some instances over-j GEO. M. COLEMAN
the weekly, but. the
John Miller is again the owner
of the house and lots just east of
his place, having purchased same
of Lawrence Hall this week.
THE WORK SEASON...
I will sell at auction on the
streets of Dover, SATURDAY,
MARCH 5, some household arL-
ieles to numerous to mention.
Everything must go.
Mrs p. K Biles
The "Little Workers" had a
big Red Letter day last Sunday,
ien were present with a collec-
iox of 20c. The recitations and
the duet were ver} much apprec-
iated. Mrs. Hughes is teacher.
Little Sunbeam will rule the <la\
Preaching as usual next Sunday
morning. In the evening the en-
tire time will be spent with the
Y. P. A. t he evening will be
spent in Song. Quar.etts, Solos,
Instrumental numbers, Orchestra,
ett., interspersed with numbers
by the Juniors. Come and enjoy
the evening and bring your miss-
W. M. S. will meet Thursday
afternoon at the home ot Sister
The work season alieut here v u will
be wanting sciretlrng In the ,;nc <r Overal's,
jumper?, w<rk shirts, nil' r rt-. ' ves and
'shi es. V e hi.vc then . Jint v i.. t ycu w..nt.
If you fancy fancy work, take a look at. our win-
dow. Something there to please you. We have
all kinds of Embroidery and Crochet thread n del-
A, F. Piston went +0 Ftf-
jessey, Tuesday evening, to confer
with Supt. Irvine, regarding
aarrngements for tne Count v
track meet, to be held by the
: schools, April 1.
FOR SALE—S. C. White Or-
I phington eggs. $1.00 per setting
1 at bouse or a $1.25 per per sett-,
ing by parcels post or $5.00 per j ^ln"
LOCAL NEWS NOTES
C. H. Wehrenberg was a pass-
enger to Kingfisher, Friday.
Fu'k r does saiisfactory barber
S. C. Buff Leghorn eggs, 16 for
50c., $3.00 per hundred.
Mrs. G. Biles
. 1 . iiiilit die Lo v 1 j |
last week mo biought bacK a
1\ 1 it car.
Mrs. \ ic Learn is spencmg c|
few days with Mr. and Mrs. Geo.1
R. M. e ole, ot the (. hickasha'
Cotton Oil Co., has been in town
since last week, assisting at the
spent the for e j art
at tiie llebbe ho me.
Mrs. Laura Wright is
those who have renewe
Fuller'•; liarber shop is the
place with fust class work and
Link Barr sent us remittance
j this week for renewal of Tin sub-
cription and also that of .las. S-
•1 ones of Denver, ('olo.
Our country correspondents nil
failed us, this weel . We are sorry
that it is so for it makes a scar
city of news matter that we can
not overcome on such short
You'll miss a big time if you
don't come out to'the pie social
Last week we stated that the
oeal gin had finished the season's
work but learned later that we1
were misinformed. They have
most of this week at least.
Miss Irene i.'ude, of Henness< v,
visited hercous.n .j,< i.in ,.ri<.ht,
\Y. C. Hebbe now rides in a
a new ( lievrolet car, purchased,
last week, of the Park's Auto >'0.
John Lillibridge recently pur
chased Harry Mitchell's Dodge j
car and expects to get in on the |
"joy riding." Mitchell has pur-
chased a new Buick six.
The Hennessey male quartette
will assist in furnishing the enter-
tainment at the pie social tom< -
G T Kline and familv took
dinner at the Hel be lunn..', Sun
Postmaster, J. L. Lillibridge is
suffering an attack of the Mumps
and has been off duty for severa
Given free with!
Nyals Famil3 j
Mrs. J. C. Husted,
j Don Northup returned from
j Kansas City, Sunday evening.
! Apparently he is none the worse
i for his unpleasant ordeal.
Leave your whiskers at Fuller's j Miss Myrte Riley, of King-
shop and carry away a broad i fisher, visited at the W. J.'
smile. j Hutchins home, Sunday.
Miss Lulu Roberts, who has. George Biles is improving a,
been visitinc her sister, Mrs., little right along. As soon as the;
McCsnolI, near Kiel, was in I weather will permit, he will be
j town, Tuesday, ou her way to | bronght to the Bunce home, so he j
pavhiskt where she luu> accepted [ can be more easily cared for.
I have opened a Produce House in
the Mauk building ana will pay high,
est cash price for your BUTTER
EGGS, and POULTRY.— Phone 3.
hmk. jimwaswvrj 3aua
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Hofer, H. C. The Dover News (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 2, 1916, newspaper, March 2, 1916; Dover, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc136462/m1/1/: accessed August 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.