The State Journal (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, October 16, 1914 Page: 3 of 4
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Friday, October 16, 1914
THE STATE JOURNAL
Mulhall, Logan County, Oklahoma
Always Call Phone 35
To get produce prices. We are in position to pay you the
highest market prices for same. All kinds ol Mill Feed
Grains and Flour on hand all the time.
C. C. SCOTT, The Produce Man
Mrs. McGregor spent a few
days at Edmond, visiting her
parents, returning Sunday ac-
companied by her sister.
Arch Gumm and family spent
Saturday night and Sunday with
i Geo. Schweisberger.
| Mr. and Mrs. Carter spent
Sunday with Ed Boedecker and
Will Gordon is the possessor of
a fine new buggy.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Dick called
at the Harris and Collins homes
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Draper
called at the Gordon home Sun-
Victor and Mt. Carmel
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hicks
made a trip to Guthrie Thursday
with some chickens, and to do
Clay Myers is
for Mr. Sutton.
Mr. McCue and Harry went
over by Crescent Sunday to get
Mr. and Mrs. John Mertena
Dwight Garner spent Sunday spent Sunday at the Cothern
evening with Herbert Gunsaulis. home.
Grandma Wesley left Sunday j Miss (joldie Cook called on
morning for Marion, Kansas, to j Mary Holcomb Saturday mor-
visit her son, Will Wesley and i njng>
wife- j James Nicholson helped Wess
Roy Rrattain and grandfather, I Shelenhamer stack feedWednes-
Mr. Wymer, spent Sunday with I day.
Every act of wanton cruelty or
of shocking vandalism will make prjse iast Monday, with Miss Mc-
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Payne called
r-— ... | Friday, at the home of ther son,
the final settlement more difficu It. Querthu, as teacher, with twelve! j
No proper reasons from the mil- scholars enrolled.
itary or from any other stand- d Nea,js at thg Mc_
point have yet been given for the GreKor home gunday
devastion of the beautiful Belgian
city of Louvain by order of a Cattle buyers appear to be
£ News-Letters From Our *
* Correspondents *
Bits of News from Rfd 5
BY HAPPY GO LUCKY , cuy ui i^ouvu... u, u, ^ « . —. L. I u of TTVJHnv
R. E. Fitzpatrick visited his German commander. On Sep- quite numerous in this neighbor-.w e' 1
brother Alvin, Monday and Tues- tember 21 all civilized countries, hood. ; Quite a few from
,jay ' and all civilized men in half- Miss Richard spent
civilized regions, were aghase at with Mrs. L. P. Strothman.
Mrs. Sherman called on Mrs. ^jje jjjdeous news of the bombard-
Clark Monday afternoon. ment of the exquisite and noble
Lon Bishop left Thursday to Gothic cathedral of Rheims, dat-
shuck corn in the Arkansas river ing from the thirteenth century.
corn country. Nothing whatever in the military
exigencies of the terrific fighting
along the broad line of conflict,
required the deliberate turning
of the German artillery upon this
beautiful and conspicuous struct-
ure, which at that very moment
was in use as a Red Cross hos-
pital for wounded German
soldiers. In 1870 the Germans
respected French cathedrals and
ancient monumepts. The Rheims
Cathedral was one of the price-
less inheritances of the ages, be-
longing to all whose training in
history and art and reverent ap-
preciation had given them under-
standing. Such acts arouse the
Mr. and Mrs. DeHeer and sons,
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Dyer spent Carl and Lloyd, called at Jim
Saturday at Jim Harmon's. 1 Harmon's Sunday afternoon.
Miss Dora Harmon spent last j yye are glad to see Mrs. Solo-
week with her sister, Mrs. Gar- mon Pfejffer at home again after relatives near Lovell. Wedding Announcements.
rett Rouch. j her summer in the north. i Miss Pearl Johnson spent Sun- The State Journal just wants
Schoo, commenced at Erne, Mr >nH M„. Wm. P.v„e caUed SJS fJZZSTJlS
family called in the afternoon. a fine line of up-to-date announce-
. Ed Wesley called on Ed Rob- U ent stationery and elegant
Misses Ruby and Laura Harris jngon Sunday evening. type faces with which to get
nn Katip Harris Sunddv. i them out in nice sn<ipe. ote us
Roy and Olan Brattain ate before the wedding day ap-
lwy and Olan Brattain —|UC1U,C „llc
Rupert finished drilling dinner Tuesday with Leslie Wei- proaches too near
this neigh-j Messrs Wilburn, Sutton
Old papers, suitable for placing
and j under carpets and on shelves, for
Sunday I borhood attended the sale at | Olan Brattain called on Frank sale at this office at 5 cents per
Alvin and Robert Fitzpatrick
called on Mr. Ford Monday after-
Mrs. H. H. Bishop and Miss
Grace Bishop were shopping in
Mr. and Mrs. Everett McAn-
alley and baby spent the later
part of the week with her
mother, Mrs. Clark.
Miss Ruth Gittings returned
from Montana, Thursday.
E. E. Faunce called on Mr.
Ford Monday evening.
Mr and Mrs. J. S- Blakesley I unspeakable indignation of mill-
were picking apples on her farm Hons upon millions of men and
near Vassar Friday.
Miss Edith Williams called on
Miss Joan Ford Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Blakesley
took dinner at Mr. Ford's Fri-
Allen Sunday morning.
Miss Goldie Morrill called on
Miss Ruth Gittings Friday eve-
(Crowded out last week.)
Lon Bishop called on Robert
McKee Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. W.
women, whose passions are not
involved in the war itself.—From
"The Progress of the World," in
the American Review of Reviews
cl)assar and Lone Star
BY ROXY ANN
Miss Edith Williams called on
Miss Joan Ford Sunday after-
Mr. and Mrs. F. C McAnally
were shopping in Mulhall Satur-
Miss Ruth Gittings, after
spending a year in North Dakota
P. Bishop jand Montana, has returned to
and Mrs. Albert Bishop visited | to her home at Grandma An-
at H. H. Bishop's Sunday. ■ drews.
Mr and Mrs. Ford called at I Sunday visitors at Mrs. Clarks
Mr. Saxton's Thursday after- home were, Mr. and Mrs. F. E.
noon | McAnally and little Mildred, |
I Misses Ellen and Fanny Andrews!
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Blakesley ; Messrs Tom, Elmer, Walter and
On account of ill health will sell at Public Auction at my residence,
one-half mile North and one-helf mile west of Mulhall—on the
Wyant farm—-commencing at 10 o'clock A. M.
Tuesday, Oct. 20
and family visited at Charley
Mrs. Clark and daughter, Mrs.
McNalley, visited with Grandpa
and Grandma Andrews Friday,
Mis? Bessie and Charley Clark
called in the afternoon.
Mrs. W. P. Bishop and Mrs.
Joe Andrews, Fred Schutte and
Mrs. Guy Saling, Mrs Hubb-
ard and Mrs. Ec^ Yates are con-
Grandma, Grandpa, and Tobe
Andrews and Miss Ruth Gittings
spent Sunday at the H. P. Bishop
H. H. Bishop and sons, visited' home.
at the Taylor home Thursday. Fred Harmon returned home
Misses Edna and Joan Ford ,last * hursday
called on Mrs. Gripe Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Faunce and
little Ester, visited at the Robert
Johnson home Sunday.
Mrs. Shutte spent Sunday with
The Misses Faunce's and Miss
Lizzie Shutte, visited the Bishop
girls Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs F. E. Andrews
and family, dined at the Clark
Miss Grace Bishop visited at
Herman Bishop Sunday.
Miss Louise Bishop is visiting
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. P. Bishop.
Miss Ellen Draper visited with
the Mayfield girls Sunday.
Those who attended the sur-
prise party on Mr. Reynolds
Thursday night, report a fine
Mrs. Guy Sailing is visiting a
few days with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Tedford, of Orlando.
Lon Bishop left for the Ar-
kansas valley last Thursday.
Here And There
BY UNCLE JANE.
Fine weather we are having
for the cotton pickers.
Haying will soon be the order
of the day.
Mrs. Banks is on the sick list
Mr. and Mrs. Collins and Mrs.
Banks spent a few days with
Charles Collins and family who
7 HEAD OF HORSES
Black mare, 14 years old, weight 1100 pounds
Bay horse, 8 years old, weight 1300 pounds
Bay mare, 12 years old, weigh 1400 pounds
Bay mare, 5 years old, colt by side
Black mare, 3 years old weight, 1000 pounds
2 HEAD OF COWS
1 Red cow, 6 years old, fresh soon
1 Yearling heifer
GRAIN AND FEED
200 Bales of oats straw
Some corn in crib
Other articles too numerous to mention
1 Farm wagon, good as new
1 Low-wheel wagon and rack
1 Top buggy, good as new
1 Wheat drill
1 Riding Canton lister
1 16-inch sulky plow, good as new
1 16-inch walking plow
2 Riding cultivators
1 2-section harrow
1 Double shovel plow
1 Set double work harness
1 Set single harness
2 Wood heating stoves
FREE LUNCH WILL BE SERVED AT NOON. BRING YOUR CUPS
TERMS OF SALE
On all sums over $1 0.00, a credit of I 2 months' time will be given, purchaser to make
bankable note, bearing 10 per cent interest per annum from date. Discount of 5 per
cent, for cash on sums over $ 10. No discount on sums of $ 10. and under. Sums ol
$ 10 and under, Cash. Settlement for property must be made on day of sale.
Col. N. H. Kelso, Auctioneer
L. K. Meek, Clerk
M. C. ELLIS
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