The Mulhall State Journal (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 27, 1921 Page: 1 of 4
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J. .1 Donahoe was in from I'onen .!; •••• K. Hastings of Perkins air!
City Saturday. He went out to the .1 R. Wiley, County Agent, were here
farm to see how the stock was getting i Friday night and
Reuben Splckelmler is acting as
nurse for the little finger on his right
hand, the njury being caused by said
timer and a basketball having a collis-
poke in the
>f the cotton growers association
f t'"> stati They explained the
workings of the organizations.
Miss N'adine Todd was here from
Ponca City fur a Sunday visit with the
folks at home.
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nothing to it.
The report out that the Mulhall
State ,'ournal was to change hands on
February i- err Thet w ■
some talk on the probability of such
a clii'.nge, but you all know that "talk .
is the finly commodity that has not
raised in price.
If a mad subscriber should cut u-
off in our prime, and tU ■ repott he
came current that we went to lleav. i
—don't believe it. It may turn out a-
all the others have that cone Tried u <
Is a new student In , —nothing to It.
And don't forge. • it Mr. Charl's
azelrigg is the Mulhall editor and
Mrs. J. R. Ward, northwest of town; wj|j t)0 Kja,i t() any news matter
or business for the paper at any time
Owing to the bad we.u i r the sec
inter-1 ond sermon on the "C.reat Race, Fol-
low Your l-eader, was p istiioncd till
next Sunday morning. "What is a
Gentleman?" Is the question for con
sideratlon at nirht.
Services at Mount Cannel the lrsi
and third Sunday mornings of Fe'iru ,
ar.v. A hearty welcome awaits all.
The Epworth l.e;i::ue social at the
chool house on Friday was a great
•UCCMI. About fifty young people,
gathered and en.io.ved a rapid succes-
sion of merry games, concluding with |
a delicious lunch.
The l.i :r:ue extends a hearty vot >
of thanks to the school board and the I
ladies who so kindly helped.
Lost last Friday at the Mulrall cem-
etery a black pocketbook containing
tin-e or toui . iltuis. a >•!•. ••
gold watch, a blank check on the First
National Bank, Perry, Ukla . and a
number of other articles not worth
oeath of mrs. delilah
Miss Delilah Dennis was born in
P!(kav,"i> runtv. Oho, June 2, 18:17
was tnnrri d t > Jp.tr i h- T. K -inedv on
February 4, IS"'" and (lied at the home
of her daughter, Ml - Vll'" Itlake-' . t
school this week,
He is taking eighth
is a sufferer front dropsy.
Luther Webb and H. V. Duehning I
went to Oklahoma City the first of the .!. K. Mallory lias moved to the
week. i Haws farm southwest of town.
mentioning, a nvwd will bq ft van Jan. it, 1921, wed 88 yft&m. 7 months
vlding it contains the watch. Com- t. w. Kennedy of Lamont, Qkla., i
ii i vaie wi i ..libel .vuUm. tied i. • R. KKennedv of Indianola, la.. Mrs
Okln . |!..x !-■ A lite ltlake le\ and If V K'.'iweil
—— Mulhall. She leaves besides her e'lil
J. K. Kennedy of Indianola, Iowa, dren. 20 grand chldren and 16 great,
and T. W. Kennedy of Lamont, uki
at the funeral of li
>d the Methodist
Mrs. Harry Howard- of Macon. Mo., j Mrs. r, it. McFarlanl who resid
had a very pleasant visit with her ten miles southwest of town r>c "ill
•\unt h ' " Mr Roy Hoopes, last Fri- j made a visi' \v"h her sister here
day and Saturday. I Mrs. Clinton Klmh -rlinr..
Finite Henchat was in town Monday
on his may to Cuthrie. He fants to
branch out in his agricultural opera-
tions this year, mi went to see a man
about renting a farm the latter has
near Orlando. I-mile says we are to
have an early spring us he has been
licarin tlie tria every f 'w days.
The superintendent's office room at
the school building has a ni w pi'(
useful furniture in the way of a new
roller top desk. Thi school h ird iia.
a vote of ti .inks coming.
gland chl'di n.
Mrs. Kennedy ji
faithful to the end. Funeral s rv:<••>
were conducted h Rev. T It Cave on
Sunday a'" > "noon in the Meth d' t
church at Mulhall Interment we In
Rose 1 awn Cemetery by the side of
un h ■!
w: \ es f r >ni h T"
Thursday to take
of laying the e r
two million ddln
of V e- ins and their
w -lit to'Guthrie on
part in the exord ■>«
ier stone of the new
p Scottish RU" Cath-
edral Tills building will be the finest
exclusive Scottish Rite temple in the
.1. H. Smith and family were at Per-
kins a short time ago to see relatives !
11 ibs. Sugar -
100 ib. Sack of Sugar
10 bars Crystal White Soap -
2 packages Jelio
2 large Post Toasties -
1G oz. Can Cabinet Baking Powder
10 lb. Sack of Corn Meal
2 Cans Corn
2 Cans Tomatoes
3 lbs. Michigan Navy Beans
14 lbs. Michigan Navy Beans
Smail Can Habe Milk
Evaporated Apples, per lb. -
100 lb. Sack Oyster Shells
Eggs Same as Cash
Mr. and Mrs. .1. M. Nensrburg of
rrv spent a day with the lattei s
Mrs. Alma Hoopes gave her husband I ——
a surprise Friday evening in the wavl jjrs c p, I'.ennett had us her visitor
of a birthday party. Cecil was 2:i i n f -v diva ago her lUt '' Mil
years old. Mrs. Hoopes' mother. Mrs. i smith and little son and t sister in
c. M. Bennett and her brother, Doug-! iaw. Mrs. chas. Baker all of Guthrie
las Bennett from Guthrie were here. ; ^riJ :r' w is f->mv>rlv Mrr 'f ee
? It takes 65 muscles of tlic face to
make a frown and 13 to make a smile,
Why work overtime?
Ml had a pleasant evening.
A photographer from Enid was here
last week taking pictures of the school
children in class groups.
Miss Lennie Temple is at Enid this
,veek visting her grandmother, Mrs.
VI. J. Duncan.
gold and lived in Mulhall a few
MIrs Jennie Maud "rown
j home over Sunday with her
I Mr. and Mrs. Hal Brown Mi
, has a school northeast of Pi
Mr ami Mr«. l \" Fallon
Guthrie visitors Mondiiv.
Ira Pryor has now a self feeder for
his hogs. The feed is placed in it
and each fellow helps himself to
whatever the fare might lie. This is .
i labor saving arrangement as Mr.
Pryor has 90 head of hogs.
\V. E. Jones of Guthrie was in town
Tuesday morning. He was on his way
to the Mount Carmel cemetery to put
up some graye stones.
Mrs. Bert Crow boarded the train
I for Ponca City Tues'tav ' "i'ng. Sin
left to visit Mrs. Paul Childers.
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Ellis came over
from Hominy to attend the funeral of
Mrs Ellis' grandmother, Mrs. Delilah
Dave Cliezom went to Guthrie Mon-
day to get straightened out on hi-'
automobile tag number.
Paul Hubbard Is one of those back-
are now on their place north of town
to-the-farm fellows. After an absence
of several months he and his family
Miss Ruth Ferguson was a passen-
I ger for Guthrie last Tuesday morning.
The Willin" AVerkers Society of the
Christian Church will meet with Mrs
Walter Bruns on Thursday afternoon
of next week.
C. E. Lambert started on his return
trip to St. Joseph, Mo., Tuesday morn-
ing. He Is In the employ of the I,es-
ley Motor Repair Co.
P P. Scott vent to the county sea
All those knowing themselves indebted lo us
for I lie year 1()20 we urgently ask tc call and
make some satisfactory settlement oC their ac-
We appreciate very much the business ex-
tended to us during the past year by our Criends,
and we hope all who have not entirely paid thcii
accounts will call aj' soon as possible, so we ma\
be able to get our books in shap.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sloan were in
The little b iv of Henry Wheeler has
been quite sick with pneumonia fever.
Mrs. O. B. Aclon of I ovell hns been
receiving treatment at the hospital in.
Elmer Mills male a business trip to
the county seat Mondav.
Carl Raffel of Cleveland. Oklahoma
spent Sunday here with friends.
"Will Lewellen was In town for a
few hours Sunday evening.
The Marshall flouring mill sent over
load of flour to our merchants on
vinir business w
ways \v<ttir a smil<
Remember our services are free to out
than usual br>r;uis<> of
place near Orlando for this y
Miss Apnes Strothman came hom°
from Perry Sunday for a days stay
with her omtlvr.
Miss P".th-T ^ra^ rail" dow
fr'VTf Red Rock for a Sund; >-
vith her mother Mrs. Anna Van III
rhns. J Hrni nt one tim«s
rtPTit. of Mulhall bnt now coiri '^ '
with the DftlW 01clabo?nnTi. h°s heo^(
«l^ct^d (mo of the vice-presidents of
the Oklahoma City Press Club
to her home near Garber,
been visiting her mother,
W. 11. Nixon has a ear now.
to make b^t*er t5m'« between
his Payne countv farm and Mulhall
J. X. Stitps
^Vln^hor n nltv Ipst ^hir*
pnH 'T'WQ q r>oqrqnr liq.VP mo1'
«d baek to Wulhnll from rov'tio-ton
Th«v ar" ♦,i"lr flWTl hoilSO
in the south part of town.
m'cc mw 1
ot nil ♦brie x
isit wth her parents.
Prod PliHam pnd fnmilv h?,ve oorrv
hnrlr to t^or f^rm Fnr several month1
thev lived at Covington.
A. Pt^wnrt Jin-' fnmllv n'Q"P
V'HIi f"ioiiH ■- nt T^°d RoCk.
They arrved home Saturday
TTenrv Wheeler 's hr mr« -i^nln from
T^xas where he w°nt with his father.
Henrv reports a b1 r hpnt he whs in
whepe lark rabbits were cansrht.
Hid describes a fourteen mile rabb't
drive that took n'^oe while ho was
there in whieh 17n0 of the little ani-
mpls were rounded un.
We had another big rain Sundav.
The farmers say the ground is plenty
noncrote tpp^o of cement. <snnr]
and crushed rock is the ever-last-
intr hnildincr material At Wilsons
Lumber Yard. Mulhall.
Boston Meat Market
M. M. CAHILL
Successor to C. M. Ftazier
Fresh Meats, Fresh Oysters
We kill our own Meat, which enables us to pay the
highest market price (or your Cattle, Hogs and Poultry
Phone us your orders at our expense
We put up lunches for farm sales
122 K. Oklahoma
spent Sunday In
Batlev BlaVflsley Is out again after
a few (lavs' tussle with the mensles.
J. J. Young maf1" n trip in his car
I to the 101 Ranch Friday.
Beaver Valley Hdw. & Imp. Co.
Miss Irene Mnson went to fhithrie
Vrlrtay oven'rR to visit with her nar-
ents. She returned Sunday evening.
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Mrs T aura rinweli and her mother
Mrs. E. R Richardson visited with
I Mrs. C. W. Jackson on Thursday of
"The Feast of the
GIVEN BYTHK GIRLS' GI.I'.E CLUB
OF GUTHRIE HIGH SCHOOL
Friday Evening, Feb. 4
Hitfh School Orchestra.
< 1 iris* Chorus and Boys' Glee Club.
Guthrie Theater. Admission, 50c, 75c, $1
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Calkins, R. T. The Mulhall State Journal (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 27, 1921, newspaper, January 27, 1921; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc163293/m1/1/: accessed September 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.