The State Journal (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 45, Ed. 1 Friday, October 13, 1911 Page: 3 of 9
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Friday, October 13, 1911
The State Journal
Young women !
Y oung men!
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on the most reasonable terms and at a price you
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all about the scholarship and prove to you that we
can assist you in getting a practical education.
r ide of Perry.
Rural Impute No. 1
by uncle josh
Mrs. George Fultz spent Wed-
nesday with Mrs. E. L. Mills.
How many have seen the
comet? Several that we know of.
Mrs. S. G. Frye was also on
the sick list, but is reported well
Mrs. George Jeffries was quite
sick last week, but is all right
Miss Fannie Franklin called
on Miss Ida Jeffries Sunday af-
Mr. and Mrs. George Fultz
and children called on Mr. and
Mrs. George Jeffries Sunday at-
Well, it did rain a little last
week, but we could stand a
Whole lot more; still we are
thankful for small favors and
bigger ones in proportion.
Mr. Crissman, a nephew of
Mrs. E. L. Mills visited the fair
at Oklahoma City and then stop-
ped off for a little visit with his
uncle, aunt and cousins Sunday.
The R. A. E. C. met last week
with Mrs. M. Devitt. They will
meet October 19th with Mrs. N.
Hunt. A full attendance is re-
quested as it is desired to give
the pillow that was to be given
at the fair to the one making the
best display of colored embroid-
ery. It is given this way as we
understand there is to be no
needle work display this year.
Keep the whole household
merry. You can if you use
Every one is busy making hay
or picKing cotton.
Mr. and Mrs. Pryor visited at
Mr. Orr's bunday.
.Nellie Detwiler visited Sunday
with Miss Oua. Lewellen.
Cold wave the first of the
weeK and lignt Irost in the low-
Miss Edna Lewellen spent Sat-
urday night and SunUay with
George Lamb and family and
Mr. McNeil and family visited at
Mr. Sanuer's Sunday.
E. W, Biakesley and family,
Willie Orr ana Pearlee lreton
took dinner at Jim Wagoner's
Miss Lucy Lewellen, of Nor
man, Okla., is here visiting her
uncle, Ed Lewellen and family,
alao her cousins, Mrs. Jim Wag-
oner. and Albert Wade.
Mr. C. Webb and daughter,
Mrs. Addie Jones, of Canadian
county, Okla., father and sister
of Mrs. W. E. Gray, are visiting
at the Gray home.
Mr. and Mrs. Pritchett were
called to the bedside of their
daughter Friday evening. We
are glad to learn that she is
much better at this writing.
W. E. Ebbeler called on J. C.
Stafford Sunday morning.
The Carrier boys are picking
cotton for Mr. Barnes.
Harve Bishop and Herbert
Payne have returned from Texas.
Mr. Isaac Williams is gather-
ing his apples of which he has a
The cold mornings and falling
leaves remind us that winter is
Mrs. Edna Marsh spent Wed-
nesday night with her mother,
E. E. Faunce and G. H. Clark
marketed a load of cotton Tues-
Miss Bessie Clark visited with
Miss Edith Williams Monday af-
Art Leach and Edison Marsh
have been hauling hay the last
Arthur Marsh, of Jenning,
Okla., visited a few days last
week with his father.
Miss Annie Enochs and Mrs.
Neil Enochs called at the Clark
home Monday evening.
The school board met Monday
afternoon and decided in favor
of Jay Smith as teacher.
Mrs. G. H. Clark and children
spent Sunday at Grandpa An-
Mr. Middleton and children
were picking cotton for Alf Tay-
lor last week.
Mrs. Hughes and daughter
and Miss Elva Anderson visited
in Perry the latter part of last
The neighbors and friends
were quite surprised to hear of
the marriage of Mr. Neil Enochs
and Miss Emma Ventrice, Wed-
nesday, October 4, 1911. We ex-
tend our heartiest congratula-
Wednesday. He met Col. Zack
Mulhall in New York, and came
here to see the town of his own
Val Stallman of near Perry
was a caller today.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Johnson
were in town Saturday, from
Hayward, Okla. They recently
disposed of their property north-
west of Mulhall and moved to
Hayward, where Lewis has a
good dray age business. They
like Hayward very well so far.
Carrier John Henry Smith of
route number five is taking his
vacation this week. Sam Galla-
way, his substitute, is delivering
the mail in his place. John went
to Perkins Sunday to visit rela-
tives at that place, while Mrs.
Smith and children are visiting
her parents near Marena.
The drilling has stopped to
ream out the oil well again.
There is several hundred feet of
water in it at this time. Friday
they struck a foot of black
coarse sand and then the fine
white sand that gives such good
promise of oil. J. H. Fry says
it's now a hundred feet of this,
then a "soda fountain" sand,
and then oil. Hurrah !
Carrier Charlie Fuller of route
number one says he has the best
people on his route of any other
mail route in the world. The
day he was treated to a fine lot
of good cold buttermilk and also
firied chicken by different pat-
rons of his route, Charlie says
he doesn't know what he has
done to deserve it all. But his
patrons know and appreciate
good, faithful service, and this
is their way of showing it.
Bluebells of Vassar
Cotton picking is the order
The pastures are getting quite
T. S. Haight attended the fair
at Oklahoma City.
Creamery Notice; Important!
Beginning October 16, the
creamery will be open only on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Sat-
urdays of each week, and cream
will be received only on these
Mulhall Co-operative Cream-
By order of Board of Directors.
P. S. By cutting down ex-
penses, we can pay at least 22
cents on November 5.
Frank riastie, carrier on route
four is taking his annual vacation
this week and next. His substi-
tute, Dwight Hastie. is perform-
ing service for him.
M. V. Mulhall, assistant ticket
agent of the Erie railway, of
New York City, visited Mulhall
Congressman McGuire Back.
Guthrie, Oct. 10.—Congress-
man Bird S. McGuire has return-
ed from a two months' Pacific
coast trip. He is in Pawnee, his
home city, but is coming to
Guthrie tomorrow night for a
several days' visit prior to
making a tour of his entire dis-
trict. This he wishes to do be-
fore congress meets again in
December. It is understood that
Mrs. McGuire will be with him
To Attend Horse Show At Mulhall.
Guthrie, Okla., Oct 9.—Citi-
zens of Guthrie, including repre-
sentatives of the Chamber of
Commerce and the Retailers'
Association will attend the annu-
al horse show to be held at Mul-
hall, October 27 and 28. A pro-
gram of amusement has been ar-
ranged, and many prizes offered.
J. G. Boedecker is chairman of
the Fair Association, and L. K.
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