Mulhall Enterprise. (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, November 29, 1901 Page: 4 of 8
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the enterprise. mulhall. o. t., friday. november 29. 1901
THE nULHALL ENTERPRISE.
Official Paper of Mulhall
Member Oklahoma I>re*s Association
IlKKKAKI KIt. all Vessels must Keep KASTKHN STATKHOOl) IDEAS
an accurate reenrd nf all signals re- The Charleston News and Oairier
oelved or transmitted by them, Rays there Is no honest reason \nI»> all
whether by tla^s, lights, wigwag, four of the territories should not lie
megaphone, or word «»f liuuith. if put .on the footing with such states as
this had been the rule during the Rhode island and Nevada lie fore con-
Spanish war, the Schley cause would trtvss adjourns and us President lioofte-
<irent I.ii«-k of tin Killtnr. An exchange savs: "A new Idea is
,4Foi* lwo\«ain all effoils to citra to place t lie Manxes of car wheels on
Kczeina in iIih pulnis of inv Iminls ' the outside of the rail, it Itelng claimed
tailed,M writes IMitoi II N. Lh*|«i, that they will round curves with
ol Syracuse. Ivan., "llien 1 was greater satety than 11.in iiii_j them in-
side. 11 does not look reasonable, as
Entered In the Postoftire at Mulhall. O. T.
for transmission through the I". S. malls as
S.vond-ria» Mail Matter.
IT IU.ISH Kl> KV Kit Y nttlMV
Display Advertising slnyU- column jmt Ineh
p*r month, fifty rent* Double column p« i
inch per month, one dollar.
Copy for ads. should Mm* In by Wednesday
evening without fail.
SjH'clal RaO *. given on . ontr:i »> f >r «>n«-
vear. or fraction thereof l'«»slt ion of ad and
length of contract must Ik < onsidcrcd.
Hates to Foreign Advertisers governed on
tie hasls of rcliahlllty and u|x»n the da« of
Letters relative to advertising, *u1>serii>-
tIons. etc.. should h< addressed to Tom It.
Woosi.ky. Mulhall. O. 1
si lts( i;i I-i ION I'KK K, w: I'Ki: \| \ K
, have lieen jrreatly siinplllird.
j Pm:-ii)i vr Itiiosi vi i.i has come
to the conclusion that ability to run a
partv machine that is annually de-
feated at the polls, dues not necessar-
ily qualify a s> utli rn politician to
hold ail important government olllce
and I lie |><> 1 i 1 icians are all amazed at
SriTHM scliley is acquitted: what
then!" 11 is ca.se was essentially a na-
t lonal one involving l lie re put a l inn of
the I'nited States Navy. Is
' that lie should lie coin helled t
| the savings of a lifetime in order to
! vindicate this? Should not Congress
' ciime to the rescue.
kk.w.ly, the continual t'ossippinn
about the approaching marriane of
Miss Mary K. Wilkins is deplorable
in taste and should lie stopped. It
used to lie the established rule in Am-
erican newspaper offices toavoid com.
merit that mi^ht be objectionahle to
ladies in private life, and tin
if is re-established t he better.
Tim contract for the Hist link ii
the Pacific Cable, providing; for it>
laying foom San I'raucisco ti> Hono-
lulu within ten months has been let
Strangp to say, tne Commercial ('able
Co, which is constructing; the line,
asks for no government aid nor snh-
siily. This is a refrcsnliiir chance from
the usual procedure.
TOM B. WOOSLEY. Bditor.
Abdul 1 la mid seelns to have lost all
his pull except Constantinople.
Stkamik to say, Turkey vvnis to
object to being; stuffed with French
I'ossim.y lien. I ribe-l rlbe may de-
cide io reverse his name a la Setoii-
Mil. Cahnkhik seems to have de-
termined that his libraries shall have
cause for Thanksgiving;.
Ski ttinviiY I.onu recommends the
autfi orizat ion by Congress, of a total
of twenty-two vessels, including; three
battleship.-,. ll is one of the curiosi-
ties of American polities that con-
gress will vote for two battleships
quicker t ban if will for an increase In
men sufficiently large to handle one of
them. Many of our present ships can-
not lie manned with the force now
vett appears *.o lie inclined to disre-
gard old party precedents and is very
kindly affected toward the ••cowboy''
country, lie may lie disposed and able
to yive t he four candidates some ef-
fective help when congress comes to
consider their application. And be-
sides all this it is a time of •'expan-
sion. " anil how could we possibly ex-
pand better tlian by e.xpaiiililiging the
nation itself Ity the admission of lour
brand new stales.'
I-'our territories are not asking ad
it fair 'mission to statehood. New Mexico
spend and Arizona think they have reached
a position which en! itlcs llieui lo be-
come members of llie union. Kach
territory i-, large enough to make a
state which in future w ill he imperial
in dimensions, populat ion and wcilt h.
Oklahoma is a par) of the Indian
Territory." Not many yean ago all
thai count ry except sun II port ions ac-
quired from Texas belonged to Indian
Ten itory and as fast as Indian reser-
vations have been opened to settle,
nicut they have been taken from the
Indian Territory and added to okla-
Thus it is apparent t hat iMitli terri-
tories should be made one state. If
two slates are ere iled, < »klahoma will
j he ctimposed of original Indian Terri-
tory count ies. For Ibis reason alone
it would be bet ler to admit t lie origin-
al Indian Territory to statehood put-
ting both portions on exactly equal
It is triw that <>klahoma has asked
for statehood with or witlimit the In-
dian Territory, but the gre;.t mass of
inhabitants realize that one magnifi-
cent slate is better than two of the
< >ne si a r on < "Id I linn percept ible
for its brilliancy is preferable to t'.\o
wholly coed by Hock Inn's Arnie
Halve." lis the wind's best lo
Kniplion, Soies and all skin diseases
Only iic al i. A. t'lusei's.
it is easier to pull a in
than to push ii over.
d over a lump
1'itonAni.v Alabama really voted in
favor of her new constitution: anyhow,
it has been adopted.
Aitkk the Prince of Wales lias
gotten his new titles to lit, be may de-
cide to emulate his father and set the
fashion in clothes.
Tilt: reciprocity convention lias ln-
gllli work at Washington. If it is able
to agree on any particular t renty and
will recommend it to tfie approval of
congress it may do some good. If.
however, it confines itself to a general
endorsement of the principle of reci-
procity. tiie chances are that it will
achieve nothing. Kveryhodv favors
the. principle of reciprocity
ly everybody objects to the application
of it to his onn business.
I im .41. iii nvt:.
lvlitoi Pilmcr of Medford makes
the f illowing acknowledgment in his
last issue: A letter from Hon. 1>. T.
Flynn informs the e litor of the
Pat riot t hat lie will lea vc Out-Ill1ie for
Washington this week, as there is so
miu'b business for < Oklahoma tpattend
to before congress convenes. When
one stops fin i moment to think "t
the enormous amount of work dcvolv-
It isn't "Bankrupt. Mortgaged kan-
sas" any more. The people of that
state have nearly ninety millions on
deposit in lIn siivingshanks.
Ai rouniM, t i \lr. Hanna the coun-
try will niake a "monumental" mis-
take it it tries to erect t wo memorials
to Presiden' Mc -, in!."..
' a* m
£& *.'(-• /
IIknuv Waiii:uson should lake
immediate steps to have his preside. -
Hill boom dramatized. The "Star
Eyed Uoddeas" wou d make a great
hit on I he st age.
No, Awun - Ki:wii:k Mr. Cnakeris
not going to Bulgaria. While lie no
doubt rea .is that there are openings
there for young, earnest and energetic
i rigands. be thinks lie is too old to be-
gin work in a new countrv.
The Republican gain In Nebraska
this ycar was aljout 2-*».ii0n. Now the
papers out there are ihsiniting is to
whether this shows that the Com-
moner has a very large or a very small
clrculat ion in I he st ate.
As in a good many oilier conven-
tions. t he delegates to-tlie Pa-n A iner
lean Congress stalled ou.t lo get the
III St of tile Situation. A Iter aw |iile
pel-ate effort ti) aVoiil getting the
worst of it.
is all right, if you arc ton fat;
and all wrong, if too thin already.
I'at, enough tor your habit, is
iv.v.lthy; a little more, or k-ss, i1-
;ki great harm. Too fat, consult
i doctor; too thin, persistently
iiin, no matter what cause, take
s >tt' r.irulsion or* Cod Liver
i here arc many causes of get-
:i;'g too thin; they all come
iivler these two heads; over-
work. and under-digestion.
Stop ov-er-work, if vou can;
but, whether you can or not,
ike Scott's Emulsion of Cod
I jver < )il, to bal a nee yourself
wi h your work. Vou can't live
jii it—true—but, by it, vou
tincuts of C
ni vc t In i in -
!>• trT:i lit hew
si on lor l he lii
doles and iiiisi
•I' the world in
I in Sunt Ii African v\ ir is cost
rent Hrit.iin d* mi !.. jiisi s « 11r «*i\ i
financial strain lias not s"rious'\
lion!). | that' p"\,rnii';ent. nu
contrary, her trade is constant]
ercaMn-an.l wMU is Dlentif.ii ! •,
an. i'here's a limit, how ever; • 1 making the t apa a romi
I go. id reading.
1 provides divcr-
s. and the anec-
lia Ve t liei r shal e
\ on II j>a\ tor it
Scott's 1 tnulsion of Cod I.iver
()il is the readiest cure for
"can't eat," unless it comes of
vour doing no work—vou can't
\ n i11 ust rat i I p; i .-pe
Vi ill I III!' I'll I plllj W ill In-
•I US of
c.n in u sill sci ibci'
for't he I'.iul' volume
free all the issiirs
iW »ill |'e-
liien (.I being shy. I lit, jn vei l helcss, i
count / ■ eiiitor in that a,i • has foiur
it advi ah|e to announce I bal le know.'
Sevi ia! y(iillig laiiiis who are lool.hi:
lor husbands and-1 Im! he \\ i'i a ri an i
mill teis for bashful swa ins f a a si nab
(io\ ICUNliU V .san | ii| Mlnnesot
will almost certainly find hi i . If
powerless to prevent t lie roll soli at ii Ii
of the n .rthwest railways into 11 ■
"Nor! In i n Sc iil'lt ii s I upa in 1
The process of tallway consobdatlo
In s begun and will undoubtedly go on.
The only way to onntro it is'togh
lo I lie I lilerst ale I nmini l ee I on
mission I lie power to |jx ri asnnahle
nites lor the traii:>pi,rtation in
passengers and freglil.
b well and strontr, v\ ithout mainiiu: •
il and The
sort or activity.
The genuine has
;his pioturo on It,
> o no othor.
If you have not
rieel it, rend for
r : ) sample, its a-
n . i : iblo taste will
i1 'TT & BOWNE
409 P'1 irl St root,
50c. and $i.OO;all 'Jru;j£f!tjca.
| >. 1111 n I a
I in- twelve
I ' i oliun
W A N I i: I
III\ bllsilli ss
K i ii I a:.
n one knowing lilm
ne to call iinmedl-
. I want to eli se up
.Mulhall. W. F,
If good <
like to re
ak posts oi
III1 villi bo\.
s I lie s
piils anil phis. Vou winn ii
is eel ! iin. I borough and
g' nl le. M tM li t Ki ll'. 1 »•• \\ il t's I,it 11-
Klllly II isi'ih lilt Ihe hill. i'liieiv
vegetable. |)o nol fmee but assist the
bowels lo net. Si reuul bell and invig-
SimhII and eas\ lo tali
HI iV Co.
•ssary for farmers to
keep oil 11 heir farms.
hunters to obtain Cli Ii I .1
■ hunting upon any cure no |
I that it is not nec
I put lip notices to
1'lie law require;
j permission befor
A Physician iutnlfles.
"I have taken Kndol l>\spep8ia
('ill e and have never nseil any I Ii nig in
lay life that did llie the good t li.it
did," says County l'h\siciau Ueo. \V.
Scruggs of llall County, (la. ''Ileing
a plivsician 1 have preseribeil il ami
14i 111111 II to give I he best lesults.'1 It
the to il >nu eat leliniius undigHsled
in yom stuuiacli il dec ayes I here ami
poisons I lie system. Vou can prevent
this by il iet ing Put t hat ii eans slaiv*
slioii. Koilol Dvspepsia t'uie digests !
wlnit \4iii eat. Vou need suiTei Irom
neittiei ityrpepsia lea starvat ion.
I'hi* Hool eases (piickly euteil N»-vei
falls. C. A . 1'' I a set ,V ' .
I'emeinlier you can yet all the staple1
groceries and more fancy groceries at j
Ce< U. I lot t e i iiian's than any other
house in the city. lie keeps fruits,
and vegetables, all kiniisot salids. tisli,
four grades of salmon, four grades of I
oysters, all kinus of dried and canned
• ieef. California f.iuits: and vegetables
fresh twice a wetd; and the best oysters
in the city. in fact, his line of i
gri-I1' l ie-, and vegetables e m't be licaI.
Then his line i hardware is the most
complete while bis st"Ves are the best \
and prettiest on the market with
harness, heavy and light, to suit all
kinds of work biiggii s and spring
wagons, always on hand. Im goods,
shoes, hats, andieaps lo suit everyone,
lie is constantly receiving new and!
fancy goods. 'lo be convinced, call
at his store and examine his goods for]
yourselves, and if the shock kills any
of you, remember we have a full One
of undertaking goods.
We Cmi'i Tell ii l ie
When we sav llieie is no sli
of botfles, no lick ing lit spiilll
wry lase-when Cheat Iihiii'h I. 1
te used. llacls
] If everylmdy w
; with t heir nano s
\ printed t hereon t
for a deadlctter
should use printed stationary envel
opes eNpeciali. as well asothel bnsi
ness men. We will print envelopes
small quantities at reasonable pric
SprcadN l.lkr \\ iliHiic.
XV11♦*11 111i11lc ill"I Im» liHfcl" 1 liey
* * I 11 l)HSf A ill il llil III
11;ii;» l«*;i11i11if (Ii, of ill**.
O., writfs: *' MUmM i ic I»iii»m«4 ;m>* 11 i
♦ ^elliiitf tHlt^rw I 11h\ Itninllt'tl in
li(l Vou kfMiw w11v y ^^•st
11 ki'li»*^i!i iii (liNonli'ih of stotn.M'li,
liv»T, Ui• 111•• vm| howels' blood ami
ii^iven. Kl^cliic Killer* Tom** up Hit*
hIoiii.h'Ii, 11'ijnI;i!»"h iivi'i, ku)nt*\'M iitxl
pill T ilt* ll|l»(»(l, Mt If lltjt ||f |IH
llie nerves, lieiK'e rnies inn It it niles of
1111* I :*< 1 i»-n. || t> ii i It | s iiji the entile
KVSleill. 1*1114 lieu lite :• vm| \ iuro| ilitti
ntiv week, siclilv inn «t«»\v«• 111:111 01
wniHjui. 1'i iee oO cents. I>v 1'
A. !■ 1 »>ei iV ('o.
\utneroiiH ^;i*oline slovc explosions
in the Territory should lie convincing
evidence to eastern people that our
climate is aliout the ri^ht tiling.
When they are burning tneir hard
earned wood and coal, man) are vet
iisinjj gasoline in < iklahnma.
ind near- ing upon Mr. Flynn as delegate from
< oklahoma we wonder that he can tind
t im* To ;.t t . fid to it and dincliarge. as
lie does sn ably, tlie duties devolving
on 1;j,ii in ciii)ur« s,s. Wen- < )klalmina
I a stale would ha\e three repre-
1 seiit.it ivi-N .nil two mm in or.s: so that
Mi'. 1- lynn is reaII doitig th-- work of
five nu 11. No man not know in,' the
r »pi ^ and avenues -if ti: • departments
at V. asiiin^i ii could po>sihly attend
I to th.- demands upon our Oklahoma
delegate: yet ionapply t . him iti
I vain; all iee«-ive aiisvxers to their
i letters ami the hest servieeit is possi-
1 hie to secure.
'I'll*' I liil«lreit'N I 1 lend
\ oii'II !';i ve a cold I Ii is w i lit ei. Ma v.
he you Imve one now. V0111 eliiMien
will sutler too. For riMiglm, eioun,
bronetitl is, i»i ip an it ot liei v\ 11 t ♦* 1 eoin-
|daii|ts < hie M 111 ute rough C 111 e nevei
fails. Acts pniuipllv. It is vei\
" pleasant to tt»u taste : 1 ml perfectly
Frisco System i harmless. ('. I'». (ieorge, W meliestei,
Has put on 41 new train known as K^. w rites "Our little ^ni w:<s
the I H\ LA IK >M A LI M ITKI>" Im - attacked with croup late one nii»ht
tweetiOklahoma ( ity and Kansas < ity. and was so lio;ose stie could fianily
I'liis is the fastest ami titiest train speaU. We gave he» a few dose** of
out of..Oklahoma for Kansas City, St. One Minnie Dougli Ciifw* It relieved I
!«oui> and Memphis. Ii»'i imtnediatelv and stie went to
The ••OKLAHOMA LIMITED*'»sleep. Wlienwlie awoke next morn*
I e a \'
Oklalioma City at ♦»:!<> p. in., jngNli
it Kansas I'ity 7:4o next croup
: 1 i• irniiiif si ■ Louis
Memphis "cUU p. in
h;c.!^a^e car thie -
one 1 I'ullman.
sleeper and one chair car
to Kansas »'ity without
chair car through i«» si
one throi.igh to Memphis. T
train leaves Kansas < ity m
arriving at 1 oklahoma ( it- 1
. " p. in. and
it consists of
ihair cars, and
110 si I! IIS ot
Gmil Hending for Everybody.
In addition to Its special articles by
famous men and women and its stone.-,
hv 1 lie nu >si popular living writers of
tiction. The Youth's <'(inipuhinn pie-
siits from week to week manv regular
fe.it 11 res ut gii at value.
The editorial p;ige discusses the
public ijuest ions of t he da.\ in a spirit
of imparl iality. the aim lieirur to gi\e
1 mc reader the material fur forming
his own opinions.
Tin art iele on t he care of t he heal'h
Widch has been published every week
for inan\ years is of tin? greatest
Furl her iniorma
1 ime etc., will be
any Frisco ^\stt
ion regardiiiL' rate>.
•heerfull) given b\
u Agent or tin
In w. I). |v \.
. & t* (M
'#».; ''1 r L
And at .. I./. i lVI • •
IP. \ ioULAR I r IES
Are 8 ifsand R i; ble.
?ont postpaid on roceipt of ^r*
1'i icc Money refunded if not n v/o
Bay. Sumpiv rati bouktvt seat free,
vin ic Giuchona Co., Moinea, iowa
r A.I i.isei tV
HIS LIFE AND WORK,
1 i 1 \. I '11A i:i,i'> II. 1; i:ii^\ 1: son.
I'|| m 11 r 111 n lit.- Ii 11 il; I in ml. ('uin-
I nil' III U ar II 11(1 1 illl.ML III' ill I •iillj; iv„s.
\\ us nciir his side « it Ii nt In r ijn iii
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tilreaa stilire nf tine pimvedH
III ink 1 n lie dr vi it nl 111 :i Me Is i 11 lev ninn-
11111 e 111 I- unit. I'lius even snlisci j I ,i r
lieeniiii.s ;i cunt i i I n 111 ir tu 1111> linn I.
M i 11 i' ills ' if i'ii|iii
In ill \ will Imi v i I.
Nil' k llllev 's last | n'l lire taken at t h
While 1 louse. Yn.1 ran inIsl\ anil
< 1 u i e k I v
1 he price
by mail unc
all news ilea
ai is ¥2.(10. 1 1
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fiji '? devils harruner-
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si amps In pin i \ pens'
pai'iv i iijj a 1111 ti hi i I i n;j I'li'i,
us. Taklnif 1 en 11. flftv
.11.000 copies «ill he si >ld
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Corcoran Bld|t., Oiuhi. i . S. 'rreanury
Washington, |». ( .
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CURiiS ANY KIND OiF HE^.OAf ilE. ^
''•500 reward for any injurious 2
substancv found in e a;>i- ulcs N
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NORMAN I ICHTY flKi CO DCS N0INB8.IA.I
JV.I'KK I ^ (IMS MTTaTTIfTMlfl
C. H FfiflSE W, OfU^^isL
} PROFESSION A1. ^
M. i ONNKHKV M l>..
Physician ancf su^con
special!) i»f * lirmm I
Office in City On e; store
Ml'I. If \ LL. <» T.
ti Id ust* en velnjies
and addri'sses neal ly
lere would lie no use
oilier. Ti ir t'armer
LL.\N (. T. ( HILDKUs.
Physician and surgeon*
il, ;i i.-w ti i <1 )>!*« »lit pt I \ - <>fti.»- m't
n i > (urnUuit) Hturu. North >i'i*' Hut}
M r LII A LL nK LA Ho
\N. M. H.xTMKl.vi.
Physician and surgeon
Ml 1.11 \I.L. OKI.A.
R. II. IV HANINIr,
of tin- Kyi', l .i r. Wi
I'llVSlt | \N \ Sl'liliKoN
US- :.m-s (»f
«' 111U11*1 ■ 11. ,i :1V.
OFFICE IN CITY DRUG STORE,
MI I 11 \ I I OKI V
DR. M. I'. FURROW,
||« N'ill - I I -1 III 1 f «»f . . • • 11 Hi.null ill Iii- I. lir,
In Mulhall mrr < iii,. nV Hank *»f Mtilliall
From tlio I5tli to tli&JIUtliof euell luoiitli
lliith ( I .»» \\ k \ssiii nl
W. H. MATTHEWS,
Allui ll. > Ml'l.il U
Real Kstate. iouns. Colleetli ns. Insurai
Ki'iita K. I'.i ■ -i !•«•-.-, -jit I^I'm. t. >ri i > -t,l
f«»r iion-rcsldfiii >. NUtary I*u»»li.* in utli.
^Iiilti.ill, I > k la In on i;.
Foster & Foster,
«il THRIE 0Kl.Ah0."IA.
Will |»r;i: • t lei- in all llir rourts In 11 it- 'IVn
tory. Spfi-ii I all flit Imi irhtn t«> I lit* ;itliitiiii —
I i' 11 I i ( ' 11 (»f «)f (If.'I ilM l| pt 1-1 |: . |.\
.ludtfe Foster. OtHce Over Bunk of ludlun
AIN'IIMi AW) | House. Siifn ant!
Al'l k hANiilXi. | Ornamental fiilming
'1 he Sunday rilit inn < >: The st. Louis
Republic is a marvel of modern news-
ies t hroutfU pa per enterpriKe, The (>rganizat Ion of
iianjo. one I Its news service is world*w|de, com-
Louls, and plete In ever)' departmeiit; In fact, su-
The return perior t«» that of any other newspaper. ■
u:L*u p. m.. The ni.'iua/iiie seetion is illustrated
a. in. in daintily tinted colors and splendid
iialf-loh ' pietui'rs. This M-et inn enn-
tains more liiuli-rl.K-; literary matter
than any nt the monthly ina^a/.inrs.
llie fashions illustrated in natural
colors are especially valuable to the
The colored comic sect ion is a gen-
uine laujJi maker. Tie- funny car-
toons are by the best artists. The |
humorous storie> are hi^h class, by
ant hors of national reputat ion.
Sheet n111sie, a hlffh-class popular
soiitf. is furnished fn-r e\rrv Sunday
in The Hrpublir.
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Woosley, Tom B. Mulhall Enterprise. (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, November 29, 1901, newspaper, November 29, 1901; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc284969/m1/4/: accessed November 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.