Mulhall Enterprise. (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 45, Ed. 1 Friday, November 7, 1902 Page: 4 of 8
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THE ENTERPRISE, MULHALL. LOGAN COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, NOVEMBER T. 1!
The Mulhall Enterprise
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JAMES W. N< A.N*
15 A MATTER
Of little account to you that the price put upon an
article is small,
Small prices may often be found connected with small
if one can be satisfied that real value is in the article
bought there is a point gained of real worth. In the select
ticn of our goods we make it always a point to buy only
goods that we can recommend unqualifiedly as the best for
the money, Poor shoddy goods are dear at any price,
Our guarantee is behind every sale.
Our stock of Ladies' Ready to Wear Gaiv
ments is complete, varied and up^tevdate,
NOTE THE RANGE OF PRICES:
II W M< I OKUH k. Id I tor
AS IT SHOULD BE.
Tii'- < >vv<- Journal j/iv«-s it out that
every Hiitirx-ritx-r in arri-ars will I*' cut
from the li>t, tiiat no pernort shall rc-
ri-ciivc tin- Journal who does not
pay tor It. It savs: "Kor Komi* time
past Hi'' manat''.ru nt of tlx-Journal
Ii;ls i-rrli avurcl to y-l t.li'isi- Milisrrili-
<-rs who are in arrears to pay up
their subscription to this paper, hut
have Ix-rti imaiile to accomplish much
alonK this line. No douht it Is puiely
ncitlcct on their part for not attond-
iHi/ lo It. We do ho know any other
reason " The Knlerprise has Vm-i-ii
working ai'inif this line for nine
mont lis past and h;is suceeded in
weedihg out about two hundred and
tlfty names that were only an expense
to tin- publisher. While dniiix this
we have added to the subscript ion list
more l lull three hundred nameK of
men that pay for the paper and are
anxious to yet it each week; we hold
.that one subscriber interest nl- in the
paper, who pays for it, for the news
and advertiblnif I' contains, is worth
more to the advertiser than twenty
subscribers who i?et the paper year
after year and never pay a cent, be-
cause tills class of people are always
faultfinders, and never see or believe
any home institution half sotfnodas
foreign- When all publishers i;et
rtow n l i the pay or no paper basis, peo-
ple will subscribe for a paper because
they want it. not because some fellow
wants them to.
A colored i
Ilie white he
start a cam]
election of I'r
He was not p
use to su-.'u"
.aiKn of prav
eased with hi-
Lenoir. N". boasts of a resident
1W years of age. The larly Is • uttinir
her thlrfi set of teeth, and has "H liv-
ing descendants. It is said tha slie
never K'issiperl, "gadded" or nagger).
- prompt.y obu».n I..a:, : I
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' !rt*: r'-;,jrt btl UtattMlltT. Tot fid tool, f
A party of Candians will Keek the
nortli pole in motor ears adapted vr
ice travel. This looks very muchl ike
an advertising device of some auto-
The Youth's Companion
f Mirintr VMY.\ The »ut li s
will publish in lilt \ -1 wo w
eli a hook in it
! Meet hit? Amei ican
| and tie id.
special art ides cont
men and women t ravellers, essavis
soldier.s. sailors, stat« smeii and rn« n
thoughtful and timely editorial arti-
cles on import ant public and domestic
short st »ries by the best of living
story-writers -stories of character,
stories of achievement, stories of
siiort notes on current events
coveries in the .field of sclent
i;i ii i j
Ladies' wrap all lengts
and styles from $2,50
Ladies' tailor made skirts *7 CI O
from 48 cents to * v>j\j
Ladies' tailor made suits
from 9.98 to
■d by famous j
A NEW FAST TRAIN
During the past six weeks our citi-
zens have devoted considerable time
and energy to politics, and now that
elect ion day has come and gone, every j
person can lrnl> say "good." Politi-
cal campaigns arc necessary and conic .
In clock-like regularity demanding of j
each person unbiased thought, as well
Tills is what
panion oilers It*
And t lie ■ 111:11iI \
tlie (iiiantIty. Ii is
Between St. LouIm and Kanaas City and
And principal points In Texan an«l tho Houth-
w««nt. This train m new throughout nn<! n
ma«le up of the IlneHt crjutpiucrt, provided
with « lec.trlc llKhta and ;iil other modern
"is 1 traveling convt niuncoH. It runa via ».ur u»vi
Mens youths and boys clothing, depend*
able, stylish; a model fit.
Mens overcoats S4.73 to S12.50
Mens suits 4.98 to 15.00
Boys suits 23c to 6.00
The Vouth's Con
readers during Hm:
I it Is f 1111 > ei(UIll t
I for t he ci
to modern cr
i been employe
-up of this Hurviee, including
Its week I \
news is cor
e busiest peop
K«d River B:ivCs2on.
Every appliance known
building and r lilroadlntf has
I In the makongg^l
Cafe Observuiion Cars,
i under the management of Fred. Harvey.
I Full Information a.s to rates and all detail.s uf
i a trio \m tliiH lieu' r<»ute will In* ehoerfully
furnished, upon application, by any repre-
sentative ot the
Wc have a line of gloves and mittens that you can't help
seeing on entering our store, Quality the best.
Mule skin gloves 4 F™* Buekskinglov2s|TN4
for IOC for ,o vpLoU
summary nf important
is complete and trustworthy,
tutorial comment on political and
st ic quest ions is non-part i/.an: it
as t line. Hut when t he
over and ballots counted,
KI ad t hat i t is: and in on
matter who is successful
demon <it, republican,
what. lie is t he peoples s
r count r.v in>
in the race,
crvant in «»f-
t h otic accord lie is honored
I'he Knterprise is jjlad t In
over and now comes t<»the
urKrin^ comhinat ion
lice, and w
or interests in buildhitf up Mulhall. '
We want ifood, honest, hard work
done. Kvery cit i/.en In Mulhall owes '
to himself and neighbor the debt ot
presenting t he ad ventages <if our town
to prospective capital and citi/ens.
We have an ideal townsite. abundance
of pure water, excellent building
stone, and above and beyond all a
healthy locality. By concerted action
we can ad vanoe in wealth and popu-
lation. Why not do It?
ihlcms of life are its real
It is only the Intelligently
& G. R.
MEMPHIS, THE EAST AND SGiiTHEAST,
TEXAS, OLD MEXICO, CALIFORNIA ANO THE WEST.
Pullman Drawing-Koom Buffet Sloopors Through to
Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Denver.
P R ti li RECLINING CHAIR CARS
On 11 TrnlriH
UNEQU..LED SCHEDULES AND PERFECT SERVICE.
J. S. McNALLY, D P. A ,
Oklahoma Cily. 0 T
GEO. M. LEE, G. P.
E IW. DUNCAN, T P A.,
Oklahoma City. 0. T.
litllj Hock, Ark.
Oil cloth per yard 15c
Red table cloth 12 /> to 50c
7 spools ONT thread 25c
Outing per yard 4 to 10c
Carpet warp per pound 20c
Dress goods 10c to SI,50
Eight bars White Russian soap 25c,
21 pounds granulated sugar Sl.00
Lion coffee 10c
Arbucklcs coffee 10c
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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/m1/4/: accessed January 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.