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DOVER is a small town, about 150 inhabitants, and is the first station south of Hennessey, on the line of the C. R. I. & P. R'y, eight miles north of Kingfisher, 126 miles south of Wichita, and is in Oklahoma Territory. It has schools, churches and several business concerns, including one newspaper. Below is a list of its business concerns.

BUZZARD, J. S., livery stable
CARTER, Thomas, general mer-chandise  and post-master
Cherokee Chieftain The (weekly), J. C. TOUSLEY, editor and publisher
CLARK, David, restaurant
DREW, Thomas & Son, hardware
ESLICK, J. H., blacksmith
HARROW, J. S., physician
HECK, R. L., agt C R I & P R'y, mgr Western Union Telegraph Co. and agent United States Ex Co.
HILL, S. D. (c), meat market, groceries, confectionery, cigars and tabacco
KEEPERS, M., druggist
JELINGEK, Josef, shoemaker
JONES, J. N., tinshop
MAUK, B. F., lumber
MILLER, Maris V. Mrs. (c), restaurant
NEWCOMB, H. A., flour and feed
NICHOLS, N. W., meat market
NORTHRUP, J. A., physician
PAGE, Wesley (c), grocer and barber
Palace Saloon, RICHARDSON and CLARK, proprs
PERING, C. K., flouring mill, cotton-gin and feed store
PERSING, A. W., merchandise
PICKEREL, John, blacksmith
RIDGLEY, W. E., grocer
TOUSLEY, J. C., job printer and editor and publisher The Cherokee Chieftain.