The State Journal (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 45, Ed. 1 Friday, October 13, 1911 Page: 1 of 9
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The State Journal
Mulhall, Logan County, Oklahoma, Friday, October 13, 1911.
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.
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TOM B. VVOOSLEY, Editor
B. R. WOOSLEY. Assistant
"Buck Campbell gives out in
his Hornet the cheering state-
ment that, "With anything
like an united effort the R< publi-
cans can break even in the elec
tion of congressmen and get
enough members of the next
legislature to insure the election
of a Republican senator from
And, questionable as this prop-
osition may appear to some of
the more unobserving members
of the party; there is more truth
in it than idle hope.
The state of Oklahoma today
is a Republican state.
This may sound as an unsup-
portable statement to many.
There are at least fifteen thou-
sand persons in the state who
voted the democratic ticket at
the last election, who swear that
they have voted their last dem-
This alone would turn the
But there also ten to twenty
thousand Republicans who were
disfranchised or stayed away
from the polls, who will vote at
the next election.
The "stay-at-homes" are going
to be very few in the future, for
every Oklahoman will have his
eyes thoroughly focused on the
corruption, extravagance and
high taxation of the past and
The next election should call
to the minds of many that fami-
liar quotation from Abraham
That Big Little Word''IF"
If sickness or accident
were to overtake you
or some member of
your family 1 ODAY
what would be your
financial condi 11 o n ?
NOW is the time to
prepare fos the un-
expected. Lay aside
Put it in a good bank. Some
A mighty good
a little as you go along.
men carry accident insurance policies.
insurance policy for YOU is a good account in a good
There is none better than the
Okla. State Bank
"You can fool all the people
part of the time, and some of
the people all of the time, but
you can't fool all the people all
The better element of the
democratic party are dissatisfied
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What about that
Cotton Money ?
What are you doing with it ? Better put it in der bank, yet. Perhaps you don't wish
to spend it all now and you know it isn't safe to carry it around with you, or leave it
about the house where prowlers might find it.
What is best to do? Well, you have it from us straight: Put it in the bank. Put it in
the Mulhall State bank, where you'll find it when you want it, and where it will pay
you interest if you leave it undisturbed.
Bring your cotton checks to us. We'll cash all you bring.
The Mulhall State Bank
Deposits protected by the state guaranty fund. 4 per cent, interest on time deposits
with the mismanagement of
state affairs, and all are tired of
being taxed out of house and
A Republican party would be
worth enough votes within that
one count to carry the next elec-
Then it behooves every Re-
publican to through aside all
factional feeling and animosities
and get in readiness to fall into
i line, determined to fight for a
common cause. —From Enid
See FARMERS BANK of
Orlando, Okla., for QUICK
Farm Loans. 44tf
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School Superintendent Reports.
Guthrie, Okla., Oct. 9.—Neal
Humphrey, county superindend-
ent of schools, has completed his
report to the state superintend-
ent, giving data that covers the
last fiscal year. He shows the
county enumeration to be 11,109,
of which 7,840 are whites and
3,296 negroes. A total of 222
teachers were employed at a
total cost of $73,667.24. The Lo-
gan county high school attend-
ance was 393. In the county are
95 districts, all of which raised
sufficient revenues to run them.
District taxes collected amount-
ed to $66,767.57, and bonds to
the amount of $3,300 were issued.
Five new school houses were
built at a cost of $3,500.
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Woosley, Tom B. The State Journal (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 45, Ed. 1 Friday, October 13, 1911, newspaper, October 13, 1911; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc128434/m1/1/: accessed October 17, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.