The State Journal (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, April 10, 1914 Page: 1 of 6
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J of North Logan county J
The State Journal
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Mulhall, I ofjan County. Oklahoma. Friday. April 10. 1914.
I PUT IT IN THt
OKLAHOMA STATE BANK.
ITS GUARANTEED AGAINST LOSS AND
BESIDES THEY PAY US 47c INTEREST.
"Joe and Mother."
Beginning next week and continuing through several issues of The State
Journal, we will publish in this space a little story entitled: "Joe and Mother."
We believe it will be of sufficient interest to warrant you in saving the several
installments, and remember as you read the story that we are trying to suggest
to you a few of the many reasons why the OKLAHOMA STATE BANK
should be YOUR bank, and also a few of the banking services you will get from
this institution by so doing. The story will be n enlargement of the little
dialogue carried on by "Joe and Mother" in the picture above, and will be, in a
more or less degree, applicable to every man and woman in this community.
was held Monday afternoon at
Dr. Childers reports two new i
cases of pneumonia this week, j
One the eleven-year old son of j
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Vaughan,
west of town; the other the four-
teen-year old son of J. F. Myers, J
living on the Kissner farm, north-(
east of Mulhall.
Mrs. Lee Moser of Council j
Grove, Kansas, arrived at Mul-
hall Sunday evening for a1
month's visit with her parents at
the Kemp home, west of town, j
She expects to remain till after
the wedding of her sister. Miss
Grace, which will take place
early in May.
Proposed Improvements! ♦
* CJIf you propose making an improvement in your presen J
business methods and have no bank account, it will be J
► well worth your while to consider adding this luxury to ^
► your system. It makes no difference in what business ^
► you are engaged, what amount of money you handle- ♦
► you need a bank account. It matters not that you have ♦
| but a small amount to open an account with, you need J
y one and this hank offers its scrvtces. If there is any ^
► information you wish on the subject, come in—command +
► us—we will do all we can to be of assistance. ♦
► i Mulhall State Bank |
at which time permanent action section of the state, is more and
Watch for the first installment next week;
it will tell you something
The recent clean-up days for
Mulhall resulted in the accumula-
tion of a world of trash, tin
cans, etc., at the city dump and
the town is much improved in
looks and from a sanitary point
of view. The city fathers are
to be commended for enforcing to
these clean up periods. ness,
will be taken in regard to this better live tock. Cattle, hogs,
matter. Mr. A. B. Wood was horses and mules, plus good
appointed secretary of the meet- care and attention, is absolutely
ing and was instructed to notify certain to put Oklahoma in the
all stockholders of the action of forefront as a prosperous, thriv-
the meeting last Saturday. ing community. It's up to the
Rev. S. B. Todd has been called farmer to work jt out
Bentonville, Ark., on busi- oP>
He left with Evangelist
Douthitt Here April 18-May 2
Dr. J. P. Douthitt, the well
J. Tait of Blackwell, traveling Dunlap on the b:05 Monday known veterj
nary surgeon of
representative for the Red Star morning train ev. un.a.P; Guthrie, will be in Mulhall, Sat-
illing company of Wichita, Kan- f?oing to Siloam ^ pnngs o visii j ur(jayi April 18 and May 2 to do
his family and take a much a„ kjndg Qf veterinary work> Sat_
Oklahoma State Bank
sas, was in Mulhall last week.
We understand he expects to needed rest.
buy a Buick automobile and will A letter to the editor, her
probably make a deal with John brother, conveys the intelligence
Boedecker, Buick agent for north- that Miss Ida Woosley is spend-
ern Oklahoma, before very long, ing the spring and summer vaca-
George Chapman is again one tion in Des Moines, Iowa, with
of the familiar faces on the her brother and sister. Miss
streets, after a month's illness Woosley has been teaching
from pneumonia. George is school in Idaho for a number of
somewhat emaciated as a result years and usually spends her va-
of his sickness, but he will soon cation in the mountains of that
regain his old-time avoirdupois, state, but decided for once to
His many friends rejoice with spend it in the middle west,
him that he is again able to be The gtate journal is in receipt
at the store. 0f the announcement of the
Like most rhen, Dr. P. R. marriage of Miss Nettie O'Toole,
Siberts has a fad. It's chickens who resided in Mulhall with her
the White Orpington
isfaction guaranteed. Examina-
tion and consultation free. Bring
in your horses and have them ex-
adv. J. P. Douthitt, D. V.S.
Full cream milk, 5 cents per
quart. See H. G. Wood or in-
quire Under the Elms.—adv- 19
Miss Emma Pfeiffer Married.
Mrs. Sol. Pfeiffer was a caller
at the State Journal office and
left with us a copy of the Harris-
burg (Pa.) Telegraph, contain-
ing the news of the marriage of
Miss Emma Pfeiffer and Mr.
Ernest G. Knoll, both of Omaha,
variety- brother John for some months Nebraska The notjCe follows,
First published April 3, 1914.
(First published March 27, 1914.)
brother's, G. W
! ily, east of town.
the kind that "Peggy" is—a while they were engaged in run- and with the notice appeared en.
hen that Kellerstrass of Kansas ning a racket store in the Mc- ] g-ravjng-s 0f Mr. and Mrs. Knoll:
City was offered $12,000 for and Connehey building. She wasi "Miss Emilie Pfeiffer and
Hannah s, lam- refuse(j the offer. The doctor married to Dr. Kimball R. Scott Ernest (}. Knoll, two young peo-
doctor bought quite a bunch of of Chetopa, Kansas, on March je Omaha, Neb., were qui-
Statement of the Ownership, Manage
ment. Etc , of the State Journal,
Notice is hereby given
suance of an order of the
of the county of Logan, and State of ma City visited over Sunday with
published weekly at Mulhall, Logan Oklahoma, made on the 21st day of
that in pur- Mr' an<? MrS' ,W" R' We!ch and White Orpingtons when in Okla- 10, 1914, and they will reside in etly marrjed iast evening (March
t County Court Miss Juliette Wright of Oklaho- homa City recently. Chetopa. Mrs. Scott's many j2th) at St. Patrick's cathedral,
eounty, Oklahoma, as required by the
act of August 24, 1912:
Name of editor, Tom B. Woosley,
Publisher, Tom B. Woosley Mulhall,
Sole owner (not a corporation and no
stockholders) Tom B. Woosley,
March 1914, in the matter of the estate Mr. and Mrs. John Boedecker.
ot William Heiden deceased, the under-
signed, as the administrator of the _ ,
Estate of said deceased, will sell at transacted business in Guthrie
Monday: Walt Matthews, N. H.
Kelso, J. J. Estus, Mrs. William
Rawlings and Miss Gladys Brown.
The early planted corn has
public auction, ty the highest bidder
for cash and subject to contirmation by
said Court, on Saturday, the 18th day of
Mul- April, 1914, at 2 o'clock p. rn., at the
i r nt door of the Oklahoma State Bank,
Names of known bondholders, mort- in Mulhall, in said county of Logan, all
security holders, the rights, title, interest and estate of
Ed. Lewellen and family ex- friends here will be glad to ex- by Monsignor Hassett. The bride
pect to leave Oklahoma within tend best W1®h,e® to her for a, wore a stylish traveling suit.
The following Mulhall citizens the next ten days for an extended happy married life. j with hat to harmonize, and a
visit in Oregon. They will go The Oklahoma state bank has corsage bouquet 'of violets and
from Mulhall direct to Albany, installed a hose in connection lilies of the valley. After a brief
Oregon, and will spend several with the pump at the bank cor- wedding trip Mr. and Mrs.
weeks visiting Mrs. Lewellen's ner. The idea is that it might Knoll will reside in this city. Mr.
brother. Ed. says he may locate be put to good service in case of Knoll is an artist, and has been
in Oregon permanently, provided fire, and conditions could easily with the Telegraph for the past
begun to peep
gagees, and other
holding 1 per cent, or more of the total the said William Heiden at the time of
ar°unie0f No^S' mortgages orother ^e(rosthtliatdthael satf eftate Iihs Tv ground' and with a few warm the country and the climate suit arise whereby this precautionary three months.'1'
Tom B. Woosley, operation of law, or otherwise, acquired days will be ready for the culti- measure would be the means of
operation of law, or otherwise, acquired
Owner, Editor and Publisher, in and to all the certain lots, pieces or
Sworn to and subscribed before me parcels of land situate, lying and being
this 1st day of April, 1911.
L. K. Mkrk.
expires March 15,
in the county of Logan, State of Okla
homa, bounded anddescr itied as follows,
and upon the following terms and con-
An undivided one-half interest in and
vator. Everything points
fine crop yeor for 1914.
Mrs. Baker of Crescent, who
has been visiting her daughters,
Elder S. J. White of Guthrie times ^ of
will be here and begin a series of *n« P™ We bel'e^
.. . , , rUv.:0i;0„ that Mu hall could well afford to
meetings at the local Christian
, , , * , . have such a fire-fighting arrange-
church next Monday evening.
series of revival
begin at the
(First published March 27, 1914.)
torteNEl'sttion'8'lown^Tp'ignorth Mrs.C. F. Bennett and Mrs. Bert I)p Whiteha8 preached for the ment on every corner in town It church a week from next Mon
R. 2, w. of I M, Lots l and 2 block 29 Ringold the past week, returned ' . hgre gevera, times an(1 would not cost much and might day evening. Rev. White, pas
his sermons have all been very ®aai'y the means of saving tor of the christian church at
interesting. He has a fatherly hundreds* of dollars ^nj>ase^of Guthrie> win be in charge. Mr.
! to her home Tuesday. Little
town of Mulhall.
; A strip of land in SW j of SW J sect-
ion 3 township 18 K. 2 W. of I.M. de- Opal Ringold went with her.
| the'sout^wert'i^rner^'f'lot''?"block 29 Notice the advertisements of Interest'in the'littl'e "church here fire- We neejUome sort of fire White
Notice is hereby given that in pursu-1 S:„nCe0^tUlMl,,f^r^ °W"e™ °f *"? ^ and is coming to assist the peo
ance of an order of the County Court j fe(>t thence west 150 feet to the place jack breeding" Stock to be lound p]e ajj can
of the County of Logan and State of , ()f beginning
Oklahoma, made on the 21st day of | Lot 8. block 1 south Mulhall.
March, A. I) 1914, in the matter of 1
the estate of Caroline Heiden, deceas-
ed, the undersigned as the Adminis.ra-
tor of the estate of said deceased, will
sell at public auction, to the highest
bidder for cash and subj ct to confirm-
tion by said County Court on Saturday,
the 18th day of April, 1914, at 2 o'clock
p. m., at the front door of the Oklaho-
ma State Bank, in Mulhall, in said
county of Logan, all the right, title;
interest and estate of the said Caroline
Heiden, at the time of her death, and i
all the right, title and interest that the!
said estate has, by operation of law or
otherwise, acquired in and to all the
certain lots, pieces or parcels of land
situate, lying and being in the county
of Logan, State of Oklahoma, bounded
Lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, block 3,
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10,
block 4 south Mulhall.
Terms cash on day of confirmation of
Dated this 21s day of March 1914.
McGuire & Smith.
in this issue. There are some of
the finest animals of this line
around Mulhall to be found in the
whole country .
Mr. Wm. Giem, brother
Reports received here regard-
ing the Stillwater prospect well
northeast of here are to the
effect that the drilling has been
stopped and there is some uncer-
is a strong man in the
and under present pUjpj^ ancj stands for the old-
the arrangement as ^jme g0Spel religion. He does
sta*;e not believe much in sensational-
bank, if duplicated on every cor-
ism, but accepts the Bible as
John Giem, the hardware man, tainty as to there being any more
with his wife and three children, drilling done. Several of the
arrived in Mulhall Tuesday morn- farmers who leased land to the
ing from Stockton, Cal., where company are reported as unwill-
he has a. position as car inspec- jng to renew the leases and the
ner in the business part of town, q0(j'8 contract with man, and in
would probably be the least ex- erangeijgtic work Mr. White
pensive anjl the most efficient en(jeavors t0 get men to accept
that could be installed at. this ^eir part of the Bible covenant,
time. !He has traveled extensively in
I. G. Atkinson delivered a the Holy land and is an interest-
bunch of fine hogs to Donahoe ing speaker. The people of Mul-
Bros. Monday. The fellows who hall are cordially invited to
tor. He and his family will drilling was stopped until mat- have been selling fat hogs this come out to these meetings and
remain in Mulhall for some time, ters could be adjusted, if possi- spring all report that there is share the blessings to be derived
Mrs. Chas. E Minor, of Well- ble. We are all interested in Ple"ty of 00 thGm'
sister of Mont Kemp seeing something come of this feeding 65 cent coin to $8.
W. H. Matthews, vis- well and hope that the drilling hogs. We would like to see every
farmer in the country have
enough stock on his farm in the
way of cattle, hogs and horses,
to eat up everything he raises in
Dr. P. R. Siberts was called to
and described as follows, and upon the oklahoma City Saturday on pro- ington, a
Anundl^dTo^h'drint^t' iT.nd fessional business. and Mrs. W. H. Matthews, vis .
to the northeast quarter (j) oi section Little Miss Dorothy Chapman ited last week at the Kemp and will be resumed in clue time.
o'f^ange "two'(2'west'of "he'V. m!^' has recovered from a recent ill- Matthews homes. This week At the creamery meeting Sat-
Terrns, cash on day of confirmation | i|ggg jrom pneumonja. she is visiting relatives at Pur- urday quite a number of the
Dated this the 23d day of March, j E Burke of Tonkawa trans- cel1' but expects to return stockholders were present and ^ way of feedstuffs. When
1914. ALBERT HEIDhN, business jn thig gection the to Mulhall the latter part of this those present went on record as
the farmer can sell his feed
week. being in favor of trying to raise cropg an(] other men can pay
Rev. J. E. C arter of Black- the $600 necessary to clear the transportation charges, comm s-
well, Oklahoma, was in Mulhall, plant. Some committees were 8jons etc on jt> and then feed
Sunday and Monday. Mr. Carter appointed to interview the lar- ^ a p^Qflt, the farmer can
is presiding elder for this district mers of the different communi- . double or triple profit by
and was here looking after the ties in regard to the proposition t hi if T) .
work of the local Methodist and the meeting adjourned to feedingjt himselt. Ihe^salva-
C. A. Makr.
"-Attorney for Administrator—17-19
Canada has a society of forest
engineers. Dr. B. E. Fernow of
Toronto is president and F. W.
H. Jacombe of Ottawa is secre-
latter part of last week.
Brose Estus and family and
L. K. Meek and family motored
to Guthrie Sunday afternoon in
Mr. Meek's car.
Alfa Reed of Wentworth, Mo.,
Hail and all kinds
Agent For The
HOME INS. CO. of N. Y.
PHOENIX FIRE INS. CO.
W. R. Kincaid
visiting this week with his" church. Quarterly conference meet again Saturday, April 18th, tion of Oklahoma, especially this
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