The State Journal (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, March 10, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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Friday, March 10, 1911
The Statu; Journal
THE STATE JOURNAL.
established december 19, 1902.
Entered December 19, 1902, at Mul-
hall, Oklahoma, as second-class matter
under Act of Congress of 1879.
terms of subscription.
One year, by mail, foreign, $1.00
One year, by mail, domestic, .50
Six Months, by mail, .25
Payable in advance.
Advertising Rates: Estimates made
upon application for display space. Lib-
eral discounts on long time contracts.
Local Rates: Five cents per line per
insertion, straight. Subscription rates,
fifty cents per year.
Permanent office of publication: Post-
office building, East Baty Avenue.
1842, and came to Oklahoma from
Kansas when Oklahoma was first
settled in April, 1889. He was
register in the land office at
Kingfisher, Okla., for some time
after purchasing the Kingfisher
Free Press, the first paper he
owned and edited in Oklahoma.
Before coming to Oklahoma
Captain Admire was in the news-
[First published March 10, 1911.]
Order for hearing petition to sell
State of Oklahoma
County of Logan
IN COUNTY COURT
Estate of Jeremiah Harrington,
The petition of Martha Harrington
. . . i as the executrix of the estate of Jere-
paper business at dltierent places mjah Harrington, deceased, having been
in Kansas. The last place in presented to this Court, praying that
an order be made, authorizing said pe-
titioner to sell the whole, or so much,
During and such parts of the real estate de-
... * | • scribed in said petition as the court shall
territorial days h0 took a promi- judge necessary and beneficial, at
nent part in Republican politics private sale; and it appearing to the
j Court, from such petition, that it is
and in that time was regarded necessary to sell the whole, or some
which he owned a paper in
state was at Topeka.
as one of the most able news-
paper writers in the state.
He served in the civil war.
The estate he leaves includes
several business houses on the
public square in Enid. His body
portion of such real estate, for the pur-
pose and reasons mentioned in said
petition; therefore said petition will be
filed herein, and a time appointed for
And it is hereby ordered, by the
court that Saturday, the first day of
April A. D., 1911, at the hour of 11
o'clock a. m., of said day, that being a
over tip; many ears contain over 1,400
grains each. Farmers will find it to
their interest to secure this seed corn,
as it is furnished to them absolutely
free with these two complete papers
one year at 50 cents.
All that is necessary is to send 50
cents and you will receive The Kansas
City Weekly Journal one full year and
also The Missouri and Kansas Farmer
one full year and a pound of this splen-
did pedigreed white seed corn free,
postage prepaid. Address
KANSAS CITY WEEKLY JOURNAL,
Kansas City, Mo., Seed Corn Dept.
Hand your subscription to The State
Journal. We will send your money in
without expense to you. Remember
the clubbing rate with the Kansas City
Journal is 60 cents for both papers, one
TOM B. WOOSLEY, Editor
B. R. WOOSLEY. Awistant
was taken to Kingfisher Satur- day of the regular January term, 1911,
_ . j. , . , it of this court, be, and the same is ap-
day atternoon lor burial. It p0jnted as the time when all persons
was accompanied by members of interested in said estate are directed
and required to appear before this court
the local post, G. A. R.
YES, IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
The State Journal is now a
firmer believers in the merits of
advertising than ever. The small
advertising of our special trade-
day offer on subscription brought
a large number of people in to
take advantage of this great
bargain. Several new subscrip-
tions were added and quite a
number paid arrears and took
advantage of the long time offer,
placing their subscriptions away
up to 1914, 1915, and 1916. The
publishers are, indeed, very
grateful for this manifestation
of confidence, and hope that
these good friends will not find .
us derelict in showing proper ap-
preciation in giving them a good
paper in return. Most of these
subscriptions were received here
at home, but a number came to
us through the mails. The State
Journal desires to show that it
was in hearty accord with the
trade-day spirit for Mulhall and
made this special offer on that
theory, not expecting to ac-
complish anything wonderful in
the way of results. It will lie
our purpose to arrange some-
thing special at each trade-day-
to show cause why an order should not
be granted to said petitioner to sell
so much of the real estate of said de-
cedent as is necessary.
And it is further ordered, that a copy
of this order be published two consecu-
tive weeks prior to said hearing in the
a weekly newspaper
It was the privilege of the
editor of this paper to become
quite well acquainted with Capt.
Admire some fourteen vears ago State Journal,
while attending a Republican eli
club meeting at Kingfisher, which persons interested in said estate,
was held in the old opera house, gr SSt?
All down through the years fol- devisee, or heir of the decedent, at
, • .;i least ten davs before the time appoint-
lowing, Until Capt. Admire S for hearing said petition, and
retirement, that acquaintance posted in three public places in the
j . county, one of which shall be at the
was renewed at each meeting of court house; unless they shall waive such
newspaper men and Republican notice in writing, and signifiy in writing
their assent that an order of sale be
conventions. He always had a
pleasant word of greeting for
"the young fellows," and never
forgot a name or the town from
which one hailed. He was just
the kind of man yonng men liked
to know. His wise counsel will
be missed, and all who knew him
well will say none but kind words
of his memory.
made as prayed for in said petition
Dated this 3rd day of March, 1911.
J. C. Strang,
[Seal] (14-15) County Judge
Below is a partial list of newspapers
and magazines with which The State
Journal will accept subscriptions at the
rate given until further notice. To get
the advantage of these offers, however,
it will be necessary to pay all arrear-
sges and one year in advance:
State Journal and Globe-Democrat,
special 90 cents
State Journal and Globe-Democrat,
special 2 years, $1.80
State Journal and N.Y. World lyr $1.15
State Journal and Republic, .90c
State Journal and K. C. Star, ,60c
State Journal and K. C. Journal .60c
Late Friday evening the bill
making an appropriation for the
Edmond Normal carried by a
small margin. Anthony sup-
ported the measure, and Craw-
ford opposed it. Edmond has
had less than any other like in-
stitution in the state and was
justly entitled to the amount
CAPTAIN ADMIRE DEAD.
Captain J. V. Admire, veteran
of the civil war and one of the
most widely known retired news-
paper men in Oklahoma, died at
his home in Enid last Friday
morning,after an illness of sever-
al months, of a general break-
down due to his advanced age.
Captain Admire was born near
Morgantown, Ind., October 15,
Saturday morning the bill to
appropriate money to build and
equip a law school at Norman
was carried with an amendment
cutting the amount to $100,000.
This is a senate measure and
will have to go back to the sen
ate. No doubt they will concur
in the amendment.
"Voter, revise your officials,"
—State Tribune. This is Ex-
Governor Haskell's paper and
we are glad to see that the Gov- j white ears, large
ernor has his eyes open
necessity of Oklahoma.
A Great Newspaper and Pedigreed
Seed Corn Proposition.
The Kansas City Weekly Journal is
making a great offer to farmers in the
way of two splendid publications and a
pound of pedigreed white seed corn.
Any farmer sending fifty cents will re-
ceive the Kansas City Weekly Journal
one full year and will also receive the
Missouri and Kansas Farmer a full
year. The Kansas City Weekly Jour-
nal is a splendid newspaper that fur-
nishes a full and complete telegraphic
report in condensed form, a large
volume of miscellaneous news and a
splendid market report. It keeps the
farmer thoroughly posted on all the
world's doings. The Missouri and Kan-
sas Farmer is an old established semi-
monthly farm paper that runs about 20
to 32 pages each issue. It is filled with
first-class matter of interest to the
farm. In addition to these splendid
papers for one year, the subscriber will
i receive one pound of pure pedigreed
white seed corn. This corn was raised
in Clay county, Missouri, and is known
as the Clay County White; it is a 95-
day corn and is a wonderful producer,
last year having produced 90 bushels
per acre. It has taken several years to
| bring it to its present high standard.
| It now stands at the head of the list
j for quality and productiveness. Pure
weighing over one
to the | pound each, cob small and grain very
deep and compact, filling cob complete-
State Journal and Denver Post
State Journal and Wichita
State Journal and Guthrie
State Journal and
S.J. and Youth's Companion 1 yr. $2.00
Woman's Home Comp'n. and SJ. $1.75
Remember, we can get you any
newspaper or magazine published in
the world, and on most all papers we
will make a special rate in connection
with our own publication. Come in and
let us know just what you want and we
will try and get it for you. If it is not
ir the above list, we will get it for you.
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Woosley, Tom B. The State Journal (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, March 10, 1911, newspaper, March 10, 1911; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc128401/m1/4/: accessed January 15, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.