Mulhall Enterprise. (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 45, Ed. 1 Friday, November 7, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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Mulhall, Oklahoma, Friday November 7, 1902
WHO PUTS UP YOUR PPESOPI FT IONS
Wc invite the privilege. We use the best quality of every drug; we exercise the
most exacting care with every part of the work. We produce medicine that brings
the best possible results. We charge only a living profit abo\ e the cost of materials.
Let Us Fill Your Prescriptions.
W. M. HATFIELD & CO.
Rhode Island)i .
Virginia d. ■ • • • •
Totals , 179 204
The eighth etmesse and the iirst
and second California dist rids arc not
I included in this table, being classified
still as doubtful, leaving three votes
11o he added to the columns according
to the later returns.
('has. K. HI1.I.INGS1.KY. t'nsiilillt.
CAPITOL NATIONAL BANK,
CAPITAL STOCK SIOO.OCO.QO.
Astronomers bxpcci Falling Stars on
A. M. I.SON. Ciisliii-r.
K. S. HliKitiS. aj.ni < iNhltr.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
CHATTEL LOANS TO FARMERS A SFEGIALTY.
Solicits Accounts ol
| A. (1. ItHOWKll. Cupltiillst. t"tl.-:i. Y v.. .1. II. kumomison. (Jullirte.
DIRECTORS: ■ ('. U. H hooks. Guthrie. I I' Kki.i.v. Guthrie.
( I'll as. E. BllXl.ngsi.ky. Guthril'.
STILL 11 DOUBT
Both Parties Claim Delegate
By Small MajoritySeveral
LOOKS LIKE McGUIRE,
Logan County Over 1,300 Rcpufclican"'En'
tire County Ticket Elected Except
Commissioner in id District.
The elect ion passed quietly, the day
was rainy nearly all day. and no doubt
accounts for the light vote, 225 out of
270. The results are varied, adecided
republican gain. On representative
and county tickets tlie following is
t he vote:
CONGRESSION VL ticket.
Buchele. r, loo
Barnard. r, 93
Combs, d. 108
Ferrier. d, 105.
The result in the territory hangs in
the balance, both sides claiming it up
to the hour of going to press.
Tile claims of each party were based
on the totals made up from the re-
ports received from the counties by
the several committees. The repub-
licans claim the election of McGuire
by a majority of 577.
The democrat tables show a major-
ity of 1024. tho their figures are ac-
knowledged as estimates in the case
I of eight counties.
I If the republican figures are correct,
! McGuire is in the lead, as the differ-
ence between the republican figures in
those counties esi imatcd by the demo-
crats show's a majority of W> for Mc-
In this view of it we are inclined to
believe that McGuire will be our next
The facts that the figures as given
by the democrats are estimates and
are so large, gives reason for this lie-
1 North Carolina..
North I 'akota..
November 14, or 15.
During the last three nights of next
week astronomers will watch again
for the missing Leonid meteors which
went astray, or were first known to be
astray, in 1 hs»i. and which have been
vainly expected oil the evening of the
14th or 16th ol Novnaber since then.
The possibility exists that tbe.v may
still put in an appearance in consider-
able numbers, but if there should be
a great display 111is year the majority
of astronomers would be as much sur-
prised as t hey were by the total fail-
ure of the expected shower in 1899.
At the same time nobody whose busi-
I ness if is to watch celostial phenoneina
will dare to neglect the vigil next
week because of the bare possibility
that the meteors may come after all.
If they do, there will be a great
scramble to revise the calculations by
which the failures of 1899, 1SIOO and
11)01 have been explained. The belief
now is that Jupiter and Sat urn drew
the main swarm of the meteors aside
from their previous path, some time
between their last showers in lHlMiaud
1807 and the end of the nineteenth
century. Hut there may possibly be
another swarm traveling in a parallel
path, which will meet t he earth this
year. One unfortunate circumstance
is that the full moon will 1m; shining
at the time when the meteors are due,
if they come at all. This would make
the faint ones invisible. On the other
band, many of the Nuvembet meteors
are large and bright, and these would
not be much observed by the moon-
light. The time to lie on the watch
for them is after midnight on Thurs-
day. Friday and Saturday of next
week. The direction to look is toward
the northeast, tile apparent, center
from which the meteors radiate when
Come to Our
We've everything usually kept for sale in Lumber Yards
but we claim for our stock of goods EYCKLLENCE in all
that goes to make them above the average. Our stock of
was never more complete, audit comprises everything in
Lumber, Lime, Cement, Uriel;, Hooting, Paint; yes, we can
furnish you the material from foundation to roof. And
, ✓ we sell coal ' '
Canon City, also South McAlister coal. We've got both
kinds. Come and figure with us on your winter supply.
BLACKSMITH COAL A SPECIALTY,
J, G. Wilson.
they appear in numbers, being the
sickle-shaped figure marked out by'
principal stars in the constellation!
The services announced for last Sun-
day evening at the M. K
I memory of Kev. M. O. Hillings,
were postponed oil account of the in-
| clement weather, will take place next
I Sabbath evening November 9, at 7:30
at which time a short sketch of his
! life will be given. Also several w ill
I speak concerning some trait or some
influence he exerted (lining his work
'in Mulhall. Appropriate music will
| be furnished.
j J. A. L. Si11 i111 received word from
; Michigan this week that he is grand-
pa. lie is doing as well as could be
I will offer for sale at public auction
at the farm known as the Black farm
4 miles west and 24 miles north of
Mulhall, just east of Pleasant View
school house, at 10 a. in. Monday Nov.
lo, 7yearling heifers, 4 yearling steers,
1 yearling bull S short horn, 4 horses, 1
mare 10 years old, weight about loon
pound, 1 gelding !• years old, weight
!l.")0 pounds I span ponies 7 and 8 years
old about son pounds, 1 brood sow 4
pigs, I! fat bogs, 1 McCormick binder,
1 riding plow nearlv new, 1 steel har-
row, 1 cultivator, 1 walking 12-inch
plow, 1 hay frame, 1 wagon, 1 spring
wagon, 1 set heavy work harness, 1 set
heavy buggy harness*, 20 acres katflr
corn in heads, many other articles
free, lunch at noon. E» Haskin.
Col. W. 11. Wicker, Auct.
Bird S. McGuire. r, 104.
William Cross, d, 114.
legislative 6th dist.
W. II. Merten, r. 05.
Edgar W. Jones, d. 110.
council 3d 1jist.
J. C. Foster, r, 106.
Miles Allen, d, 110.
Chas. E. Carpenter, r, 105.
Frank <Hsmitli, d. 101
C. W. Goodrich, r, 103.
J. 1). DeBois, d, loo.
Clias. Seely, r, 1)1.
Felix Adler. d, 114.
Frank II. McGuire, r. 98.
W. B. Herod, d, lo7.
REGISTER OF DEEDS.
.lames S. Mabon, r, 103.
Eugene Gill, d, 103.
< 1. W. Derrick, r, 04.
W. S. Calvert, d. 116.
(5. G. Norris, r, HO.
S. M. Wright, d. lot.
N. J. C. Johnson, r, 85.
Job Dobson. d. 115.
Bert Reeves, r, 1)0.
A. I? Arnett, r, 102.
W. K. Patterson, d, 101.
E. E. Tallman, r, 103.
C. B. llothwell. d. 100.
COM MISSION ER.
3d Dist. A. J. Cress, r. 93.
3d Dist. John lledgecoek, d. 111.
Two years ago the republican vote
on county and township
at highest but 113.
Flynn ran 10 ahead of this ticket,
receiving 123 to Neff 170.
The republicans elect clerk and
treasurer on the township ticket, W.
II. Myers, and G. M, Detwiler.
The vote on township otUcers was as Arkansas
lief. Yet we don't know. I'ntil the i
official count is made neither side will
give it up. This ought to be given j
out by Saturday.
The republicans have carried the en-
tire county t icket in Logan county by
majorities ranging from less than 100 |
to looo. Carpenter leads the county
ticket with a majority of 1,000 or over.
Mabon 819, Goodrich 091, Seely 631,
McGuire 570. Four precincts not yet
reported may change these figures
some, tho they are not likely to be re- |
Johnson will pull thru with a ma-
jority less t ban 100, the returns will
have to all be in to determine.
Mr. Derrick for superintendent
made a winning race and the result
The returns show that John lledg-
cock is elected over a. j. Cress iu the
3d district by a majority of 200 or up- j
wards, iledgceock will be the only
democrat left, in the court house,
Kay lor and Jackson being elected by-
.I.C. Foster for the council is elect-
ed. Logan county gives him over 800
majority with the north half of Lin-
coln county to hear from.
for representative the race between
Merten and Jones is close and may re-
quire the otllcial count to determine. |
I p to the time of going to press both
sides are claiming it.
The ret urns from t lie states electing
representatives indicate that the re-
publicans still have a safe majority
in congress tho somewhat reduced, j
The latest shows a majority of 25 for j
The 3rd Iowa district. Speaker
Ulcers was Henderson's, that the democrats
claimed to have a hope of carrying for
Kx-Governor Boies, goes 4n0nto500<i
for Judge Bird sell.
The table by states is as follows:
Coal and Wood Air Tight Heaters. 1
Coal and Wood Cook Stove?. |
Steel Cooks and Steel Ranges. |
school house stoves in stock. |
Scott, r, 99
Detwiler, l', II
Mvers. r, 111
Lobdell, r, 07
.lett, r, 90
Walton, d, 111
Bowman, d, 94
Atithis, d, 97
Matt hews, d, 109
Dwinnell, d, 114
i Colorado 3
I Florida.... 3
I Georgia 11
A First'Class stock of LUMBER and
all Extras belonging to a lumber yard
will be found in stock,
CAREY LOMBARD LUMBER CO.
J. E, HARTZELL, Resident Manager,
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McCormick, H. W. Mulhall Enterprise. (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 45, Ed. 1 Friday, November 7, 1902, newspaper, November 7, 1902; Mulhall, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc284834/m1/1/: accessed May 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.