The Dover News (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 7, 1917 Page: 1 of 4
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THE DOVER NEWS
DOVER, KIViFI -Ur : OM \ i . OK!, \HOM \, THURSDAY, II Ni: 7, DMT
A Place of Safety .
No matter how little money you may
have, the safe place for it is iu a gcod re-
lable bank like Ours.
Il you keep money arouud the house
it lias been aptly said that you are not sav-
ing it but merely gambling with it with the
odds not in your favor. If the amount is
small, even then it may mean much to you.
If it is a large sum, the greater the risk of
fire, burglary or other accident. I^et us
care for it. We are prepared to do so.
HENKN ll!U. I'A^i s WVAYj
\ PR ER
. •*!*. -WW PiWW (SiiSiTT
of Pii\i I nohk.-t i Burner MeKee once wrote a
and mo-: . « t at | i>se<l pra • . ;. d among othei things
passed from this li;. i.i-i Thurs-! he .-aid:
6*1 day a!'- n. •• ;■
lenry i i i:i.
For seve- ! iv,., 1 - Vr. Will ! ad
T' .i ii nit that sixty minutes
nia'.o one hour sixteen ounces
"iu i.iund and one humireu eout-.
j seemed to have eotteii .eli a Help me to live so that I can
grip upon him thai hi , hopes . , . , . ... ,
' he down at rmrht with a clear
• were retained lor In r -oveiy.
In.. I,,., ' eon. ienee, without a trim under
■ tient 1; and > ;lh I'h" : a m l'ii!ow. and unhauntcd by the
j he wa- a pre, ii'fer , via he ol those to whom I have
|endeavored to keep up with his Icoi -hi pain.
1 '!ru" ' " " 1 < i i ii fit, I beseech Thee, that I
oispo- n am, unt ■' t he end.
lis ; I:I -1 I>
ill I), fell h\
nta> earn my meal ticket on
VOIR DEPOSITS GUARANTEED
_ ,i ie square and that in the do-
nearly e\ e; \ on ■ o! the iown lor
he had niad( friend.- oi , .,.t inp thcruof. I may not stick the
thru hi- qui* : li xei: - g-i'f v. hen it does not belong,
position His ab-en.e v ill Dt,afen me t0 the tingle of
he felt in the Chute which he!
i , , ; ami'Hi monev ana the rustle oil
ne nas been a nit moor -or \ . 1 >.
In 18!).5 he was com < rted umk •! Linho,>" sk3rts-
the pre e ;iitju ■ ' I. ,t o h 1 m l nie to the fnults of the |
the r fellow, but. reveal to me op
tiiude me so that each night [
gram now of K ingfi-l •;
, then unit i with the i •
church reucimtiig i tailhful rn<
iter until death. Mr, depa
jure was in a lu! i op. ai •. ,. i':un I look ikposs the dinner
The Bank of Dover
C. H. Sherwood
H. E. Mitchell
t he Dover' . i.i ■! i
ui reh at
>y t he urn'
GAVE A BANQUET
1 h ill '
]•:. !•'. IP)i'i;ii
Jllil w; born in It
1 passed from
i I'M7. Ai/i'd
THE LAST ONE-HALF of j The first Banquet of the Evan-1 s day.--.
I .s.")S, and
table at. my wife, who has been |
a hie/sing to me, I will have
not hing to conceal.
Keep me young enough to j
laugh with my children and lose:
my,sell in I heir play.
and then, when comes tin j
mell of flowers and the tread of j
ot ..Ft teps and the crunch injr!
1 odity is the day you ought to lay in
yoitt harvest supplies: Overalls, Jackets, Underwear.
Shirts, (..lows. Ml kinds ol Straw llals.
Flyer ( "ofl'e.
IVa Berry i offe
I ,ouis ( ol'fee
Morning ( all ("ol'fee
White Pom ('offei
New State Coffee
:l Ih C.:bro Coffee
l ima Beans, canned 20 oz , extra fine lfx
Verifine I'eas - 21 oz , - ir„
Black Benies - lit ox.., . \,j,
IVachc- - 28 oz. - 17
Callon I 'cache- - ti lbs, (! oz - v>
Snowdrift lb o,- r,;,
Man; other item to numerouf to mention Bianc
produia to \\ I- .v I 1 K'cmeinber we bu\ cream an.
it whih 1 011 wail.
The Dover Cash Store
V. i). WESSI.I.
L—uuh'imjiiihi? mtammrnmimm wnsuwam
ef 1 he hearse's wheels 011 the
hash hail n'otks
ic Kiel hall team came over
the tax for the year 1916 be-
comes DELINQUENT on June
15th., 1917. If same are not paid
BEFORE this date penalty at-
taches at rate of 18 per cent per
W. C. BROWN,
Just received a new and up-to
date shipment of shoes,
The quality of these shoes is
FIRST CLASS. The prices are
the most reasonable we have
gelical S. S., given at the Odd
Fellows building last Thursday j with Ann 1 :ia
evening-, was fully enjoyed by 'no,.., to 1
member' of the school, both <
1 ravel in front of my place make I (|)e |
iauturdav, and fool;
In is;-2 he united in marrra-c !1 lie cerernoniy short and the epi-
( III Rl.lilS I 11-'* I iON
I'hc Resist rat ii m 1 n- the < led
e draft passed off y •quiclh
this precinct, I-nrl y-l wo mm
tre registered here an I o far
In IS.sfJ they i Laph simpk
.... ai. .1 . .
I \ A",N(i,,:.LlCAI
Here Lies A Man''
| Dover played good ball thruout as we have iearned
where thej have re ided
since. lather, mother and
sister pn e. de-i hito to t he 1
The Banquet had been an-j M ,
nounced as a "'Garage Banquet,' three t. : .- ; I ; hr, 11
and the spirit of the occasion was ! aa a n Id. 'Ic pa-
in keeping with the name. Even!
the menu was given In median-'
ical terms and there was consid-
erable amusement for the guests! \\y ,,,j |, in|. ,;,,. m.inv|
in choosing what to order. 1 kind fr' ,.|. ' ; heir a sisbuiee, (member of the S. S. you should
The credit for the success of is.ymrat!';" 1 ">utiful ;be there; if you are a friend
g 11a sick-; without a S, S. we invite vou to
ii.t '''!'n f,<' be. present.
< hildren's Day will be observ-
ed next Sunday. A fine program
! - being prepared, and all efforts
possible are 'tiring made to make;
| it the Bi:;ges t and best Chiidren's 1
-xeivise vve <■ rer had. If vou are
., . ... „ . I flora1 <•!.' -ring dv
the banquet is due the Su perm- j n,
tendent and the committee whose husband and fat her
untiring efforts made it possible
the game except, the second
ning when they pulled off some j
fireworks and Kiel took five runs.
Several times Dovei had men onl
bases and .1 good chance to even
up ill' -core, but couldn't bring I
them in. And.: on and Johnson
were on the mound for Dover!
and Weimcr for Kiel.
Tuesday, the home team went!
to Kingfisher and met the Bethel!
Bible Class team. They may I
have the large ; class in Okla-j
homa hut evidently Hies have
in-: not even ti complaint fn>m any of
10 Ok'tiAM/.l k'hl) LIv'OSS
A movement is on foot to or-
ganize a Red Cro. -- ei . in
Dover. The work of opgam;.-
the branch will be don- by the
relief corps. Anyone interested
should c- Mrs. John i\1 ill r for
No preaelbing at Banner next j have not enlisted many good hall
ANNA J. HILL
11AI I'll X I.TI1EL IHI,1.1 Sunday, as. the pastor will
present at the Box Springs S.
Notice to whom it ma\ con-;
by forbid hunting or fishing on
: our farms. S. O. SPREGO
F. D. SANSBURY
JOHN" WEBSTER ! ti nden''
looked over since the high cost of|cern: the undersigned, h
living hit us.
Come in and look them over and
pick out what you can use.
Notice to Graduates
The County Eighth Grade
I graduation exercise-v. ill be held
'at Kingfisher on Tuesday. June
j 1.2. All gradual is are requested
I to meet at the County Superin-
I >over walked off it h
^ 'he game. c.inninir easily by s
core I'• in Vnd' i rm ,md
"b- McN'ults were th battery for
1 liildren t' 1 ■ I" \1r. .
"Sinsof the Mind" is th<
ject for Y. P. A. The pastor will j Dover ; Pendelton
lead. j Kingfisher.
Choir practice Friday evening-:
The V.. M. S. will meet vith
Mrs. I/,urns, Thursday, at th(
baft 1 ry
fyr their regular
cuts and frii.-no are a: 1 v in- mon'ihly meetins'.
! \ ited. I
Read t Sic ads
The member-of the Keystone
j Class of the Evangelical Sunday
School wish herewith to niani-
'fe.t their deep sorrow in the loss
joftheu faithful chartei in nib-1
Itro. Hill, who has.just gone to
i his eternal home, and they al-o
I wish, herewith, to tender
; the mou ning companion and
jonly son their sympathy in this
j their hour of bereavement.
W. E. WRIGHT, Pres.
' C. W- ELliTCHER, Secv.
at prices that must move them
out. We need the monev—you
need the goods—come in and let
us make a trade with you.
Another shipment of tools for
tne Stanfill well were received at
the local depot, Monday. The
shipment consisted ot 18-inch
and 20-inch bits, an underrearner
and other tools. The ea?ing ha -
not yet arrived.
Work is going steadily on at
the Chalker well. At present the
crew is busy underreaming and
settling the eight inch ca tng.
We are uuable to learn what the
defth is. The entire crew of men
from the Long well has been
transferred to the Chalker well
and it is raid a thorough test
will be made there befor* drill-
ing resumed 011 the Long well.
i: i Cream
1 The Hornet gets a large nurn-1
' ber of exchanges and we have'
been locking them over very care-
fully tlv oust, week and studying
the ad\iertistnents, and this is
what we find: Not a single week-
ly from the smaller towns con-
| t uned a merchant's ad that1
noted, pric.p.s, while in the larger
ijiivti-,, with daily tiajiers, we
! notie. d a nuni'ber ol price lists.
I w. 'neat people ponder why the
i fiufilei •■■■> to \Ur Jar:/cr 1"" ti
I lei ' is one of 1 he rrv.tsons: I lie
nietf haiil quotes lliem the priei.s.
The> a .re no cheaper than the
| same a rtieles are seild for in the
villas- 6, but the advertisments
j all ra< ,1 t be attent ion ol bu; '-r
. ~ \\ (itkoniis 1 lornet.
Dried Fruits & Vegetables
You arc in-ited to call at H. B. 1 lamar* and gel a
package of the Evaporated Food Co. products. I'hese foods
have had only the water removed—the flavor and color
and flavor are. not changed. When pul in cold water and
oaked ane then cooked in the water in which the. won
soaked, the.v arc like fresh. They are superior in quality to
ordinary dried fruits and ve'dables and equal in qualit y
to the standard pack.'- of canned goods.
milk. It's fine for eookinjJ and always swee
lone pi as. Soup \Y^el.'iNc
Its cult I'OW DKRKD skim
H. B. Harnar
iSMKBsaKta a————it ■ i in ■win Wit; a.iv.
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Hofer, H. C. The Dover News (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 7, 1917, newspaper, June 7, 1917; Dover, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc136556/m1/1/: accessed December 11, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.