The State Journal (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, March 19, 1915 Page: 1 of 4
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THE STATE JOURNAL
Mulhall. I o*an Countv, Oklahoma. Friday. March 19. 1915
COL. N H. KELSO,
If you want an Auctioneer that
is reliable; has had the experience
and is well posted on prices; have
satisfaction guaranteed, see, call
N. H. Kelso, Mulhall, Okla
Did You Ciet Our Blotter?
Have you sent in the answer to the
question? Get busy and send in your
answer by the 1 6th. Remember the
best answer gets the dollar. We are re-
ceiving answers by every mail. Get
your teacher to help you. Make your
school the winner.
A. G.T. CHILDERS, M. D.
County Superintendent of Health
Does a general practice
over Oklahoma State Bank.
*<>. Calls promptly answered
The article in last week's State ;
Journal created considerable
comment. Some have spoken to
There will be services at the
... . Methodist Episcopal Church Sun-
Phore us rather indignantly and we , . . 1
, , .. , , . uay both morning and evening,
have also gotten it oft-handed ' , . ^ " ,
c, , Subject tor morning hour:
that some are censuring State ... . . ,f . ,
Journal for the attitude taken in ' esus nS ' ^ e k 0
Dr. Wolfe, all next week . .... ,
Dillard of Kansas City Mo. the matter of the two tickets or , w
city offices bnngning into play
is here visiting his mother.
Walt Gumm's children are re-
ported better of the measles
Mrs. Leo Anthishas a Nephew
here from Kansas visiting rela-
Chris Bnchele of New Wilson
was a visitor in the city this
Ruth Anthis and her cousin
a split up of the town If we are
in error it is because we are mis-
informed regarding same. Some
say that there is no fight
and that no factions are being
brought into play. If this be
the case we are sorry that the
church Sunday night, March 21,
suject: "Resolved That Every
'Father is Directly and Wholly
[Responsible for the Moral and
j Spiritual Conduct of his House-
Affirmative: R. M. Kincaid
J. S. Diehl.
Prof. Johnson, L.
Card of Thanks
We wish to express our heart-
article appeared as it did. But,
Ella Scott, spent Saturday night on the other hand if it be the' A^af"Ue'
with Grandpa Blaksley. case that a factional strife is ' * ee
Sevesal people went out from springing up among the peaceful
MlIrlha«li d aflcnd funeral of inhabitants of Mulhall, we re-
J. T. McPeek Sunday. . . .. ., , , . .
.... r* * n,„ peat that we pity the deplorable
Mrs. Mary Carpenter is in the * , , , , , „ .
Guthrie hospital in serious condi- condition affairs that will soon felt gratitude to the friends and
tion is not expectd to recover. prevail and State Journal will neighbors who so kindly helped
The home talent play at the in the meantime remain at lib- jn caring for our husband and
opera house Friday night was erty to make such statements as father.
put on in g.iod sty le and a large it feels is for the best interest To the choir for music to
crowd was at the p a>. of our citizens. those who added floral offerings
For Sale-Twenty head shoats; *
,, ,.,j o m;ioc nnrth and '}.. .• ., , , 1 lo Elder Anthis for words of
well bred. 3 miles nortn anu & Indications are that spring has .. .
miles W6st of Mulhall. Phone o ■ .comtoit.
on 15 I G Atkinson. 2t. 0Pe etl 11 >J now and wJe are «oin*
It it rumored that Mulhall is to h ve 80™e /°"d tarrnln«
soon to have street lights, a mov- weather. The farmers are all
ing picture playhouse and elec- busy now sowing oats and from
trie fans for the hot summer reports a large crop of oats will
months. be pUt jn. An excellent crop of
Brown Sisters have a nice line wheat is expected and all indica-
of new spring millinery and are tions point to a good crop year
preparing to avt a it aim u jn genera| f0r Logan County this . , , ...
display of Easter headgeai on 6 paper we wish to thank those
their opening day, March 20. jeai. who stood by us during the sick-
Riv, Lin will occupy the .. . . A. neaa. death and burial of our
oulpit at Presbyterian Church Mis -Jim Scott went to the eye
b .th morning and evening,' Sun- specialist at Guthrie to have her deur husband and father, and
day March 21, Evening service afflicted eye treated. It was in especially to the Choir who
will begin promptly at seven such a bad condition it had to be so kindly rendered their assis-
o'clock and close early so that all taken out,
may attend the debate at the
M. E. Church.
Commercial Club Meeting.
A meeting of the Mulhall
Commercial Club was held in
connection with the Town Board
Monday evening at the office of
W. H. Matthews. All the officers
and a goodly number of the
members were present. The
proposition of cleaning up the
town was discussed fully aud it
was decided for the commercial
club to get behind the proposi-
tion and furnish the boosting
and the Town board is to bear
the expense. It was decided to
place a man in charge of each
and every block in town and by
putting forth a systematic effort
the town can be cleaned up in
first class condition. The follow-
ing persons were appointed to
look after the following designat-
Block 1-2-3-A. B Wood.
Block 4—James Fry.
Block 5-R. M. Kincaid.
Block 6—'W. R. Kincaid.
Block 7—Geo. Spickelmier.
Block 8—Clayton Thompson.
Block 9-10—Fred Thompson.
Block 11 G. H. Chapman and
C. C. Scott.
Block 12—S. B. Cawood and
H. H. Fry.
Block 13-F. F. Ball.
Block 14—A. T. McMillan.
Block 15-Ben Boedecker and
Walter Lobdell. ,
Block 16—Jas Winton and Joe
Block 17—L K 'Meek and
Boedecker. „ _
Block 18-J S Diehl, H Bonner
Block 20—J F Hoopes.
Block 21—School Board and
Block 22—Rev. Chamberlain.
Block 23 - A L Richardson and
Block 24—Luther Webb.
Block 25—Jonas Heiman.
Block 26-Moses Miller.
Blocks 28-29-C W Fuller.
Friday, April 2, is the day set
for the finishing up of the clean-
ing up of the town and the town
board will send a team around
whenever requested to do s° by
a captain and haul off the rub-
bish, Let everybody and ev_erX
captain get busy at once anc|
clean up the town from one
to the other, Easter Sun11^'
will be April 4 and if everybocly
will cooperate we will have a
bright, clean Sunday on Easter,
HAVE BEEN MADE ON
OF OIL LAND IN OKLAHOMA
The Hercules Oil Corporation in drilling in the center of
10.000 acres of leases in the new sensational oil tield of Pontotoc
We offer 2000 shares of stock for sale at $1.00 per share,
which is fully paid and non-assessable.
Ada is destined to he the Southern Oklahoma Oil Metropolis
$10.00 in Hercules may make you comfortable, $25.00 may make
you independent, $100.00 may make you wealthy.
Others have made theirs, now's your chance.
Kefererence— First National Bank, Ada Title and Trust < o.,
Ada News. Send your check to—
HERCULES OIL CORPORATION
W. H. MATTHEWS
Ijians, collections, rentals, rea
abstracts. 1 receive
Taxes for the north half of Logar
•ounty and West half of Payne county
Office in Oklahoma State Hank.
Report of the Condition of thr
THE MULHALL STATE BANK
Ai the close of business March 15, 1915
Robert Wallace Scott
Loans and Discounts
Robert Wallace Scott was born Overdrafts, secured and
January 28, 1834, in Jefferson,
Stocks, bonds, warrants,
Harrison County, Ohio, died at Ranking House
his home 5 miles southeast of Furniture and Fixtures
Mulhall, March 11, 1915; age 81 other Real Estate
years, 2 months and 14 days. I)ue froin Blinka
He was married October 24,
1854, to Mary Elder. To this Cash jn Bank
union were born six children, Expense
two of whom died in childhood. Total
He is survived by his wife,
Mary Elder, and four children - . liabilities
W L. and Mrs. J. J. Estus of Capital Stock Paid In
Mulhall; J. E. Scott of Peck. gaSBjSttfc
Kansas and M. J. Scott of Ed- Individual Deposits Subject
mond, Okla., all of whom were ^CertificatesofDeposit
Checks and Other Cash Items 247.7H
Exchanges for Clearing House 506.6k
with him during his illness and Cashier's Checks Outstand-
The funeral was conducted by
Elder Leo J. Anthis from the
Interment in Rose Lawn Cem-
State of Oklahoma, 1 ss
County of Logan. I '
I, W. R. Kincaid, Cashier of the
etery. above named Bank, do solemnly swear
No more loving, generous heart that the above statement is true to the
ever ceased to beat than his. ^ "^knowledge and belief, so
W. R. Kincaid. Cashier.
Dr. Wolfe, all next week. | Subscribed and sworn to before me
— 1 this 17th day of March., 1915.
Chris Hopfer, living nine miles L. K. Meek, Notary Public,
southwest of Mulhall, brought Correct Attesl:
Mrs. Mary Scott.
W. L. Scott.
Mrs. J. J. Estus.
J. E. Scott.
M. J. Scott.
Card of Thanks.
Through the columns of this
l W. R. KINCAID,
J Agent for the Home Ins. Co.,
1 of N. Y„ and Phoenix Fire
X Ins. Co. I write fire, hail and
I all kinds of insurance.
Geo. <1. Demster of Argenta,
Ark., brothes of Fred, came a
few days ago to visit the folks.
tence at the funeral.
Mrs. T. J. McPei k.
j W. M. HATFIELD, M.D
th of drug store v
4 General r;
X £ Office nort
Corner Drug Store
Drugs, Jewelry, Toilet Articles, Confections, Druggists
Sundries, Paints, Perfumes, Cigars, Etc.
Prescriptions carefully compounded
Phone 10 J. Jay Estus, Proprietor
Dr. J. P. Douthitt, the well-
* known veterinary surgeon of
J Guthrie, will be in Mulhall, Sat-
j unlay, March 27, 1915. prep; red
J. to do all kinds of veterinary
v work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Examination and consultation
free. Bring in your ailing horses
and have them examined free.—
J. P. Douthitt, V. S.
Are you on the "Toboggan
Slide" from care and worry?
Bring back your luck with
"Pride of Perry''
Dr. Wolfe, all next week.
M i !li norv Co.
O P i: N 1 N G
We announce with great
pleasure our Spring 1915
Opening which begins
We are ready with the
greatest display we have
ever shown. We have a
nice line of Trimmed Hats
in all the new shapes and
colors. Also a nice line
flowers and ribbons which
we are sure will please you.
Call and see our line and
buy that Easter Hat Early.
Be sure and make our store
a call Sa urday, March 20.
in this week and sold to P. F.
Henry 141 pounds of cream
which netted him 113.64.
This is only a sample of what
can be done in Logan County if
the people would quit their hard-,
time cry and get down to busi-
ness and stay with the game,
and get the idea out of their
head that the only way to make
anything is to raise cotton or
corn. The thing to do is to have
some cattle, cows and hogs,
chickens, geese and ducks and
R. M. Kincaid \ uir„ctor„
A. E. Kincaid i
1st Ward- A. L. Richard.
2nd Ward-F J. Forrest.
3rd Ward W. H. Matthews
City Clerk E. J. Boedecker.
Treasurer W. M Hatfield.
Justice of the Peace John
raise feed for them, and if you Qrffjth.
fail4on your cotton crop then you Mulhall has the reputation of
have something to fall back on.
Dr. Wolfe, all next week.
being one of the best business
points in Logan County and it
„ .. . . will continue to be so if the
Mrs. Mulhall went to Shawnee nn Annl
first of the week and was accom- above ticket is elected on Af
panied home by Col. Mulhall, 6, 1915.
Miss Lucille, Charlie and Miss ~
DoUie Mullins. j 0rdtT for Noti('e t0 Credltors
Dr. Wolfe, all next week.
Tom Bussard butcherd a
Mrs. T. W. Hibbs called on
Mr. D. H. Owen Wednesday.
George Owen attended church sary vouchers to the undersigned a fl-
at Mai ihall Sunday night. miniatrator at Mulhall State Bank, care
The surprise on Mrs. A. J
State of Oklahoma \ sa
County of Logan I '
In County Court, Logan County
In the matter of the estate of Isaiah
W. Mahan, Deceased.
All persons having claims against
Isaiah W. Mahan, deceased are requir-
ed to present the same with the neces-
of R M. Kincaid at Mulhall, Oklahoma,
or at his residence n ar Earlsboro, Pot-
n i 4.4 j i tsiwottomie County, Okluhomrt, within
Kamsayer Sunday was attended four months of the date hereof or the
by a large crowd of her friends, same will be forever barred.
There were about 90 present all t>ated March 5, 1915.
„ E. C. Mykrs, Administrator,
enjoyed a hne time. Wahl & t;nni8, shawnee. Okis.
Dr. Wolfe, all next week. Attorneys lor Administrator.
\ Have You Seen Them?
The new 1915 LAMPS-LANTERNS and Lighting Systems.
See the New Record-Breaking, price-smashing prices,
Oklahoma Light Mfg. Co., Oklahoma City, Okla
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