The Dover News (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 11, 1917 Page: 1 of 4
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DOVER. KINGFISHER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JAN. 11, 191
A Friendly Hand. ..
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There are times when the friendship of
a good bank is about the best asset you can
\Yc ha\e I elped more than one man in
this community overtimes of financial diff-
iculties and we would be glad to do as
ni. ut, f ; mi. It'.- paitofour business. If
\ u ; re a patron of our bank, have kept
your funds with us, have be.n straight,
prompt and reliable, you have established
a credit that will mean much to you if
hard luck should overtake you. We have
the inclination t<> help everybody but natur-
ally, our friends come first.
The possibilil v of to; north-
east of town ha - taken or pi
ising proportions during ''
week. I'i'p.' • -is:
company who hold I lie m ■■ -i ■ "i
! Union asiiip an' on i... >un'
i anil say that i; Mifficiont I
I can ho st l ured ad nt i <>
I leases already taken that a to 1
! well nnill start within 'o <> 10
Representatives here s:.\
;there have been a low spoon1 .
in this community who are t>a\
mg a small a i rng<• 1 "I • • hu
for specula! i ve piano-, - on . in!
men who lease to th« <• i'• < ul;
tors, especially tho a i i >• n
j to those held by the company
| northeast of town, onlj le -< n
the chances for a to- v .-II, a
I these men who pit k up lea •
wit hiii or ii< ar t h i ■ I (loci do n
intend to drill, in fad they «>111 '
pick up a lease hero and t h< . ■
and w ant 1 hem c.itter. 0.
The thing thai will c\eiiUnih> 1 ti!i n ,1
Clear ince oALL: I
y have b
i -her, c. 1
I )i 111 iti
< () 11 • i t'ir• • Uiv \ ;ntirc . Ao n t' i J
,,f to < I.KAIfANCE i
1 iie to- 1 has
io but ti
111'e ti" hankd to ti
n the ivxt few da\
'•" i Ladies, iV i r.-s & Children's Coats 1
I |'i .
I> ui . I hoy v> 'II ; ut 1 p a !and
a' ; aivl | 1. | ; I" <" a
,! | "n d I)o.', one " t Ik m< ti
\ iio e- inter, i' it in drilma the
v, 1 ■!I nn the Manfil place pun ha
o, 1 mimic timbers for a rie. of
I 1,| lumber > a'd ami had
|! a haul 'I out is t he Stanlill
p The ma' ao \ will be
i! 1 1 .| l'i-inn t lie •' ist.oril part ol
at al.cb '• ;y wholesale prices.
$1.00 vh!i (j>,
... a no price $2.35
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vr ci i: \i:A \CK IMHCE
p'iv you i
m\ tik in now for in
i he Dover "lash More
\. I). \M SSI I . Proprietor
SLOGAN': Ray cash an I buy for less.
Sweetman-Runnels Nuptials i Mrs. Esther Mauk Wilkening ^
benefit, the farmers m< t
oil if there is anv in this b c-::!i; ;■
land by b asing to "lease sb-rk-"
they only realize a dollar or two
j an acre and absolutely prohibit
] real development of t he country.
I As long as a eompam liohl a
large block of li a-es ii i-impo • and i! "in
I'o Caa !c Iftiad
'■'■.aieis Roielli was in town.
-. : unlay, i ireni-r ing a pot it ion
to the board o, ('ounty Commi-s-
ii.ner... a 1 inu' that If. road frot:'
the Sir . bri(l"i thr.M miles north
t i 11111 I )o\ i r. I ■
m caK'-Rsr ' ^ " .iwiystr:.'- T.'.ixmiua (■! . m
t 11 !■: 1.'. id m o 1: 1 \ ;
and c!: \oil where
• ,.nt it in good sha
• - paj ' r 1 1 n ;r' to I • i
i 1 h all happ< ninj: i
xperi( ncing no difficull> in oklahoma. All oil non
i ' i ho 1 -na ' un ot al! i le ' i. (ho I'.tli'! .I a ; iin .
, ible for th< -e mall spc-"• m!: or
|and husband, of Kenosho, Wis (]rj]| ,mf, o)) ||(i. , |i;i| : ,
Miss Reulah Swettman and Mr. Spent Christmas in Chicago, 111., company v m (,n:l :.)vi (1, . ,
Richard Runnels were quietly wjth his people and while there' ( ( t, _
married, Sunday afternoon, Dee- vWlw, wjth Misd Edith Ere-
ember 31 a' 2:30 o'clock at the . speculator. ,vnn vir'.i, • <1. •! • •
": . ' „ who is taking a nurses course 11. , , ;
Christian parsonage, Ke\. li. L.| . The farm-rs should | r «• the ma.a 1 1
Stubbs officiating An elaborate | the a si e ospt ' to a (Irillinu compi'.nv and in thi , . of tra- el for almost
wedding dinner was served at the j way Bet che country developed if all of the pcopl residing in thai .
home of the groom s parents Mr. Th men s class of the , j . .
and Mrs. Frank Runnels. These ^ a c- 9
TI.- po:i< h.is long bc'H to o
, , i 1 fX /-V lU't'.si'ill- «!/.•.' rtim U-IIIU 111'. 111''i > ■ 11 ♦ hf> a nt \ ' O
Tuesday evening at the I. 0 O.
: a fortune. moneyfon a fiw main auto roa< -
■ - order of the evtnings entertain ! Actual drilling operations en- and nej the roads thnt are
('!.?Cr ' ' ,\'t' • 's- v"nM< 1 ment and a delicious lunch com )iance the the value of land . n. , \,. ... , ; i. . , :f-
will be at home at the Bowman , , ., n],,„„.iros The u0v-' :;
, .... ... , . - P'etwl the Pleasures, ine don in that is found n Dav. lonK this road have donated
bml< nig on A'am street.—Free ,,wessed themselves as having i
„ i , . . .. ' ing quant it h s there 1-;
Press. jjrcatly enjoyed the evening.
" | -'ny limit to the value of land
11 i: IV Iao
|. iil toll ■ 11
and Mrs. Frank Runnels, these
vnunc peonli are well known here Evangelical S. S. vere entertain- , -
, ud bv the vounn ladies clas-
and their many friends extend Tueaday evening at the 1.0 O. !""<-nt ,ane n ,i tn
congratulations. Mr. Runnels is ^
now employed at the Discount
ord hundred dollar.-;wort 1
labor in rising it up.
At Public Sale
30 Head Holsteins I
Choice Big Frame Cows, 3
to 5 years old—all tried
cows and bred milkers
will he sold at at public sale al the E. G. Ca>h fani 1 1-2
miles north and I miles west of
HENNESSEY, OK LA.
Tuesday, January 16, 1917
Sale begins at 1 o'olock p. m.
rliK. Ll'NCH at noon. Come early and eat dinner with
n You'll be welcome, and look over these animals whether
... ... n.,t Thps" are the fine big cows that
o. milk daily—the ones with the
aat weigh from 1200 to 1400 pounds each.
M me fresh day of sale and some fresh soon. Mr. Cash has
i , Mi E. U. Torrey, of Toanda, Kans., to hold this
sale here. Mr. Cash was so well pleased with the animals
he bought from Mr. Torrey last fall that he wants others
to have -ome, for he knows they are fine milk cows. Ani-
mals will be at his farm 3 or 4 days befcre sale. See them.
If you want a real milk cow here is your one best
chance to get a good one.
Col .1. I . MURPHY, Auct. JOHN SMITH, Clerk
| land in the Covington field has in
! some instance sold as high as ot
(thousand dollars per acre The
people of Dover and sorroundimr
8 (country should do e\ ivihn
possible to get this country ti-t-
EVANGHLICAL CHI, til
E K. HOF1- K I'li'tor
nil; liank (II DOVI.R
TOT A I.
The yearly report of the Sun-
day School was given ' una;.
morning, which showed a fine
increase in the average : !tend-
ance and al < in the i'inan
j May tho new year have 'ill
j greater things in store for u- >s
The first session of the II nn. e
Evangelical S. S. convened l.isi
Sunday, with an atlondanoi ol
156 and an offering of l e i \||
indications are thai th« ■ hool
Revival meeting will an
.Ian. 12 and continue until the
, 25th. Rev. L. G. V.' ide will . it
'the pastor after tho 15th So
vices as usjal next Sunday.
The Young People Soeioty M
will hi led by Mi.- s lamm Mm
| Subject, "Ouvht.
Molvin Wossol will lead Juaio'-
11 \\ o wore i e . ; e
1 and Mrs. Connor and o ur atei
IColine. unite with the church a. A. Ho!m<- has jti-l fit.i rv>
iSunday evening. \\ trust 11>. \ i,: in • ig the front hi ( ''
I will find the church a real spirit- ieauk's buiiding. and i.h<-;. inal
ual hom< • a tin apperaie >
?Krii. (i). Wri&t
I a'I i:s print >" mm sale bills.
Aifr.n ti vc hills anil fair prices.
Sitaec? hair > 111Shampoo?
Ma -,c'o? Ti mil A ny t hine in I ho
I nn i if 11: rl ior work'.' We can
■ , in fa-., eia • .hapo.
f I'M,Eli. I'llo Hill 1)1 r
* n r W 'T5
[I f < h ?' \ S I'M t.
1 > tlLf VJI t if aVal
I \ • ii*;'. !ica3 Church
I ROM $
JANUARY 14th $
Rev. I j. ti Weide of y
Mden, Kansas wl'l
preach the \\ ovd. Q
.,w. \'v'ci'.!' s a y
. ■ior,o man in the ❖
pulpit, i"i Bible stud- g
cut and a successful £
U()MK anil help us ;V;
WIN the lost.
U l'Ov.'j-i Ovf' v-O-. O-. CI'
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—why you should bu> your GASOLENE ol Steve Drew
r.cean e |-',YERY MKoP is fill 'red bofor. it goes into
trouble. Worth from 1 to 3 cents per gallon more than
\ , \\"1 MOTOR (Ml
Come in when in tv d of merchandise nt
liieh Standard Wo < an fi\ yon out. Always in the in;
i., . v.aih tin roi' PRICK for CHICKENS & KOCS.
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Hofer, H. C. The Dover News (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 11, 1917, newspaper, January 11, 1917; Dover, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc136526/m1/1/: accessed June 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.