The State Journal (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, September 25, 1914 Page: 1 of 6
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Mulhall, Logan County, Oklahoma. Friday. September 25. 1914.
a H. CHAPMAN & SON.
"It Pays to Trade at Chapmans' "
Our motto in the management of our mercantile business is to live and let live by selling the best merchandise as
the lowest possible prices, and this has been our policy throughout all the years we have been engaged in businest
in Mulhall. It is the ONLY policy under which any store should be conducted, and now with the splendid outlook
ahead for better times, let us call your attention to our new Fall and Winter lines of merchandise now on display.
Fall and Winter Dress
Here is the place to buy your Fall and
Winter Dresses. We have a full line
of wool and silk, and fancy cotton
fabrics, such as the new weaves in
Gaberdine, Bengaline, Morie crepe,
French serge, and the cheaper weaves.
Also Silks in Roman stripe, plaids,
vestings, Chiffon, Taffeta and Messa-
line. We have a cotton fabric, 36 in.
wide at 20C. per yard that is a
splendid imitation of wool goods. Ask
to see our suitings at, per yd., 10c
A full line of men's Shoes, the kind
that wear well. Come here when you
For "That Boy."
Boys' School Suits at bargain prices
Regular $4.50 to $5.00 $0 1 Q
boys' suits; now
Boys' hats, the new styles. Colors:
blue, brown, grey, black; 50c. to $1.25
Boys' peg top pants with tunnel belt
loops, 2 hip pockets with button Baps,
flap watch pocket; Prices range
from 50c. to
Just received a shipment of Fall and
Winter Hats; we can give you latent
styles and be£t colors.
Bargain Counter Hats
! Be 98c
sure to see em; choice,
Bring us your Produce; will pay 17c
a doz. for Eggs; 20c. lb. for Butter.
Groceries at Correct Prices:
We carry a full line of Groceries
6 pounds of flake Hominy for 25c.
3 cans Corn for 25c
7 bars White Russian soap for, 25c
10 bars "Crackerjack" soap for 25c
New Cranberries on the market at per
5 cans of Porks and Beans for 25c.
4 pounds of Texas Beans for 25c
Butter Brown cakes, per dozen, 10c
Try our half-boxes of Crackers; Ju£t
the thing for school children.
Our Shoe Department
Our patent Ladies' button cloth top
French Louis heel shoes are all the
rage. They sell at $3.00 and $4.25.
All other styles are sold at lower prices.
CHAPMAN & SON
We Offer You as an Inducement
for Your Banking Business :
1. A bank honestly and safely managed and guaranteed against loss as a de-
pository for your money.
2. Loans to meet the needs of your business at reasonable interest rates when
. properly secured.
3. Such assistance as you may need to hold your cotton for better prices. We
loan cotton money at ten per cent.
4. A Safety Deposit Box free in which to keep your valuable papers. We
will furnish an individual box and key to any one wishing to take advant-
age of this feature. We have a key for you.
5. A proposition for clerking sales and handling sale notes that is the best ever
offered in Mulhall. So far this season we have booked six farm sales.
Be sure to get our terms.
The best advertisement we can have is a satisfied customer. When other
people find our service satisfactory in all departments it is pretty good evi-
dence that you would find it satisfactory also. If you are not now a cus-
tomer we invite you to become one. Its easy. Just step into the bank
and deposit that check. We furnish bank book and check book free.
When you pay your bills with a check on The Oklahoma State Bank
you get a receipt for the payment. Try this plan the first time you are in
We are informed that Dick
I Ellis has bought the Bearden
5 school quarter farm which lies
j just west of the Henry Acton
! farm and will move there about
! the first of the year.
Donahoe Bros, ginned out
twenty-six bales of cotton last
Saturday. Nearly all the cotton
was taken home, as the farmers
cannot afford to sell at the pres-
ent prices. However five bales
were sold. The price was $2.55
per hundred in the seed which is
equal to about $7.75 in the bale
For Rent—320 acres 5 miles
east of Mulhall. Inquire at
Oklahoma State Bank. adv. 43-44
C. E. Shafer returned Monday
from an overland trip to central
Missouri. Cal says crops are
poor all through Missouri this
■® The Mulhall State Bank wishes to advise the farmers and the
business men of Mulhall and vicinity that NOW is the oppor-
Q tune time to line up with the "old reliable Mulhall State Bank,"a
($) bank which will have ample funds to give you the necessary aid
■® that you may need to care for your crops and business during
® this slight depression in some of the markets. We will not ask
any of our customers to turn any of their crops over to us, but
^ will loan money to our customers and others in the usual way.
is We urge the people of the community, whether or not you are
^ our customer, to hold your marketable produces until you can
(g dispose of them for a reasonable figure. We have the money
Q to loan and are desirous of aiding the people of the community
i ($) in any possible way. We are here for straight, honest, legiti-
(?) mate, conservative business, and to extend any accommodation ^
possible now the same as for the past fifteen years. (£j
I CALL ON THE "OLD RELIABLE" |
II MULHALL STATE BANK*
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Woosley, Tom B. The State Journal (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, September 25, 1914, newspaper, September 25, 1914; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc141349/m1/1/: accessed April 21, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.