The State Journal (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, February 23, 1912 Page: 1 of 11
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The State Journal
Mulhall, Logan County, Oklahoma, Friday, February 23, 1912.
This is Just to Remind You
That Next Saturday is TRADE-DAY
When you think of coming to Mulhall, just think of our store, with a beautiful line of
NEW GOODS and of the many advantages you have when you trade at "the-money-go
the-farthest-Store. We want your Trade, but you are always welcome here whether
you buy or not. Come to this store Trade-Day
OUR DRESS GOODS LINE
Our new lino of Dress Goods: Ginghams, Percales, Embroideries, Laces are the
biggest and best we have ever shown you. Nothing like it has ever been brought on
iti Mulhall, and the prices arc right. Carded Voile in all colors at If) cents per
yard; Pongee at 17 cents per yard. Two pieces of heavy Voile, suitable for dress
skirts, worth 35 cents per yard. Will sell Saturday at 19 cents per yard. Don't
to get some of this.
SHIRT WAISTS—We have a line of Shirt Waists in the most up-to-date styles at
prices ranging from 65 cents each up to $2.48. Great values in these, CORSETS-
We sell the celebrated WB. corsets; the corset that "fits well and wears well"
Children's School Dresses
Made of Gingham, Percale, Linen; made up right,
and a nice line ready made. Just what your mothers
have been looking for. They will sell Saturday
48 cents up to $1.29 each.
Children's Bonnets and Caps
Very, very neat and nobby at prices very low. Be
sure and pick out the one ypu want for the baby or
the little girl.
We have them that will make your feet glad. Our
Oxfords are in and when in need of shoes, head this
That Little TommyTucker
V/as Certainly a Suckef^.
For sincinc; for nice bread.nomeat
If he'd known what to choose
TO WEAR. UPON MIS CUNNING
Trade-Day Grocery Specials
7 Bars Soap '25c
7 Cans Pork and Beans, 25e
(> Pounds of Flake Hominy,
(5 Pounds of Oatmeal
J} Cans Corn
Si 1 car 'S £<)in£ skyward again, but
^JLtgdl we call still sell you, Saturday
February 24, only, I <> pounds of
GRANULATED Sugar for
('onie early and
bring your But-
ter and Kifus
G. H. CHAPMAN & SON
It pays to
C li a p in a us'
rHE STATE JOURNAL.
ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 19, 1902.
It certainly will. One Dollar will open an account at this
bank. One Dollar deposited weekly to that account will
soon accumulate a good sized balance. As your savings
increase month by month, year by year, when thus set
aside in a savings account, you will be astounded to learn
just how much a dollar will do.
^ ou want a bank account, we want to assist you to have
one. It only remains for you to bring in your first deposit
and you will be "on your way." A Dollar Will Do.
Mulhall State Bank
TOM B. WOOSLEY, Editor
B. R. WOOSLEV. Assistant
| Accordiii}i'to the Kansas City
Star poll, Ex-President Roose-
velt is about ten to one votes
ahead of all other presidential
of the advertising columns of
The State Journal. Line up with
the progressive business-seekers
of Mulhall and place your adver-
tisement in this paper. Let the
people know you are still here
and want more business.
We want to see The State
Journal in every home in Mul-
, candidates. The Star, it must be j hall. None are so poor hut what
j remembered, is very earnest in
jits support of Mr. Roosevelt,
and firmly believes be should be
drafted to the presidency anotli-
j er term.
| President Taft com inues to se-
cure pledged delegations where-
i ever district and state conven-
tions are held, while some other
| candidates and would-be candi-
! dates continue to get most of
the shout ing. It's no crime to
; shout for your choice now; I'res-
Taft will get nil the votes and
the shouting, too, later on in the
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Look this paper over and then
ask yourself if it is not a pretty-
good advertisement for our lit-
tle city and community. If you
have a business, large or small,
vou cannot afford to remain out
I lie St ate Republican coin
inittee met last Monday in (iuth
rie and fixed the date of the
state convention to select dele -
gates to the national Republican
convention iu ( hicago, for Thur*
day. March 14, 1912. This wa>
the earliest that it could beheld
under the rules fixing conven-
! - — The committee passed
low s t r o 11 g resolutions endorsing
they can afford to pay for this lions
paper at the rediculously
subscription price. Don't beg or President Taft, ex-President
borrow your neighbor's paper, if Roosevelt and (iiaermun Jim
,\ ou are doing that, any longer, j Harris. The meeting was harino-
( otne in and subscribe, it it is nious throughout and closed
only for six months. One of your 1
first duties is to take your home
paper. That, much done and you
are a good citizen. Don't let an-
other week pass until you have
enrolled yonr name for the pap-
er that stands up for your home
with a banquet at tli- lone in
i the evening, in which all com-
mitteemen andnewspaper men
present participated. It proved
a veritable Republican love-feas'
and uieansa united party in th>'
See Page 6 for Trade-Day Announcement.
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Woosley, Tom B. The State Journal (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, February 23, 1912, newspaper, February 23, 1912; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc128453/m1/1/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.