The State Journal (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, March 10, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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The State Journal
Mulhall, Logan County, Oklahoma, Friday, March 10, 1911.
Johnny Thompson has recover-
ed from the chicken-pox.
Mrs. Mvrta Ellis has been
quite sick with neuralgia of the
John Thompson has purchased
the butcher shop of George
Miss Olive Bradwell is visiting
relatives at Engiewood, Kansas,
for a few days.
It's good clear through, every
ounce of the Pride of Perry flour
is the bestest ever.
Robert Fuller returned the
first of the week from a several
weeks' stay at Dewey, Okla.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Sher-
man Taylor at Guthrie, Sunday
morning, March 5, 1911, a baby
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Diehi are
here from Chapman, Kansas,
visiting with Mr. Diehl's
brother, J. S. Diehl and family.
Mrs. Solomon Pfeiffer fell on
the icy ground during the storm
last Wednesday and injured her
hip severely. She is still confin-
ed to her bed.
Mr. and Mrs.Bailey Blakesley,
Will and Matt, came Monday
evening from Kansas to attend
the funeral of their sister, Mrs.
Mrs. Brainard Hoopes and lit-
tle daughter returned from a
visit with her parents and broth-
er in Beaver county, Oklahoma,
last Saturday evening.
Frank Hoopes returned Satur-
day from his trip to Saint Joseph,
Mo., and Sabetha, Kansas,
where he transacted business
and paid a visit to relatives.
Jesse Humphries, near Topeka,
Kansas, but a former resident
west of Mulhall, stopped off here
Monday evening between trains
on his way home from Marshall
and Crescent, where he has been
on a visit. Jesse has a cousin
in Perry.— Perry Sentinel.
There will be no preaching at
the Presbyterian church Sunday,
as Rev. E. S. Boyd, who was
announced to preach, is unable
to get here Sunday, but will fill
the pulpit one week from Sun-
day, March 19, both morning
and evening. Sunday school
every Sunday at 10 o'clock.
The Corner drug store is dis-
tributing a very attractive calen-
dar, advertising Wright's con-
densed smoke for smoking
meats. This company is an ad-
vertiser in The State Journal,
and we believe that the firm is
putting out a meritorious article.
The Corner drug store is agent
in Mulhall for this preparation.
The gross sales of Sears, Roe-
buck & Co., for last year were
twenty per cent, greater than
the year before. The big mail
order houses are prospering be-
cause they have learned a lesson
which many country town deal-
ers refuse to heed. The lesson
is this: It pays to keep on etern-
ally advertising.--Atchison Globe
Jim McCormick, the Santa Fe
pump man, was here Wednesday
on his regular weekly trip. He
reports that Perry had a very
disastrous fire last week, in
which several buildings were
consumed with contents. He
reports that Uan Bowman, a
former Mulhall boy, lost nearly
all his barber equipment, his
being one of the most serious
losses. Jim says the buildings
were frame, and it is probable
brick buildings will take their
places at no distant date,
Juhn Yuust was in Mulhall,
transacting business Monday,
He recently purchased the farm
of Clarence Hill, located nine
miles northwest of Mulhall. Mr.
Yuust is a brother-in-law of Win-
field Bradwell, one of the early
day residents of Mulhall. He was
formerly in the hotel business
at Stillwater and the leading
hotel of that place bears his!
name at present. We are glad i
to note good men like Mr. Youst
locating among us, and The
State Journal hopes he will grow
rich tilling his broad acres in the
best county in Oklahoma.
Death of Mrs. Ada Scott.
Mrs. Ada Scott died at her
home in Mulhall, Okla., early
Monday morning, March 6, 1911.
Her maiden name was Blakes-
ley and was born in Iowa, Nov-
ember 15, 1876. She moved with
her parents to Iowa, and thence
to Oklahoma in 1889, On Nov-
ember 7, 1892, she and M. J.
Scott were married near Mulhall.
To this marriage were born nine
children, six of whom are living,
the youngest, a girl, being but a
few weeks old.
Mrs. Scott became a member
of the Christian church in 1893,
uniting with the congregation
which met at Rural school house
southeast of Mulhall. This con-
gregation became what is now
known as the Antioch church
four miles south of Mulhall.
WE know that it is "hard times"
with farmers at this season of the
year, and they do not like to spend
money to have their teeth fixed.
w you are reliable, we will do your
dental work and wait until Pall for our
tJUnder our payment plan, you have
no excuse for waiting to have your
dental work done. We are the only
dentists in the state advertising to do
work on credit. Come in and have
your teeth examined NOW !
W.C. W olfe,D.D.S.
Moving to Mulhall later, she be
came a member of the Christian
church in Mulhall. She was al-
ways faithful to her church, sel-
dom failing to attend any of its
At 3 o'clock, Tuesday after-
noon, March 7, 1911, the funeral
services were held in the Christ-
ian church in Mulhall, conducted
by Elder J. M. Chamness, of
Coyle. There was a large at-
tendance at the funeral. Sixty-
five relatives of the deceased
were present. The body was
laid to rest in Rose Lawn ceme-
If you have trouble getting rid
of your cold you may know that
you are not treating it properly.
There is no reason why a cold
should hang on for weeks and it
will not if you take Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy. For sale
by all Dealers.
Don't forget to designate the
brand, Pride of Perry, when or-
by spring smarties.
Fine weather we are having.
Mrs. G. H. Clark called at F.
E. Andrews's Tuesday.
Mr. Enochs and family spent
Sunday at Mr. Blazier's.
Alf Taylor and family spent
Sunday with W. P. Bishops.
Mr. Faunce helped Mr. Ford
sow oats Monday afternoon.
Miss Edith Faunce spent Mon-
day night with Miss Gladys Staf-
F. E. Andrews and family
spent Sunday with E. E. Faunce
Misses Edna and Joan Ford
called on Mrs. Tom Varner Fri-
George Loar and family and
Mrs. Parks visited at Mr. Var-
Harry Ford and family, Miss
Zoe Hunter and Ed Ford spent
Sunday at J. W. Ford's.
Mr. Editor, if this escapes the
waste basket, we may come
again. —[Come again; come of-
ten; come every week. — Ed,]
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