Mulhall Enterprise. (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, January 2, 1903 Page: 4 of 8
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THE I NTKM RISK, MULHALL, LOGAN COI'NIY, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JAM'ANY 2. 100:i
The Mulhall [Enterprise
ESTABLISHED JANUARY 1, 1803.
Official Paper of Mulhall
Entered in the Postoftioe at Mulhall. <>. T.
for transmission through tin 0. S. malls as
8econd-L!lnss Mall Mutter.
;\ <1 vert iNhijc
oluinn per Inch
Display AdvertIslntf single
per week, 10 rents.
Copy for ads. should Ih- In this office not
later llian Wednesday noon.
Lor.il Advertising. single Insertion. p« r line
year. >>r fraction tlnTi-of. Position «»f ad and
length of contract must I onsidend i -t\ |,;tp to imilled i;il
Rates to Foreign Advertisers governed on . .
he basis of reliability and upon tin- class of , IlWJiy
Letters relative to advertising. suhscrln-
tlons. i'!c., should he addressed to II. \Y.
Met'okmmk. Mulhall. Okla.
Sl ltsi lC I I I ION I'llll I , wi I'l ll \I AIt
to do away with hasty remarriages
after divorces have been granted, and
to prevent collusion on the part of
persons who seek to sever the legal
bonds of marriage for ulterior pur-
Only last week a society woman of
wealth secured an uncontested <1 i-
vorre from her husband and an hour
later wedded another. Should the
legislature embody the suggestion of
the judges in the divorce law, three
years would have to elapse before a
successful plaint ill could assume new
marital relat ions.
The year of probat ion would also lie
'riage and do
should a defendant secure new evi-
dence which would Justify the trial
judge in setting aside I he divorce de-
I MilllilWfc. i*.V'.«.i: * A-.
The time lias come in Oklahoma for
I he democratic party to change ends. I
The tail should be where the head
now is and the head should be shingled
and docked and used as a candle ap-1
pendage. I'or ten years the party lias
been under the control of the clowns
and center pole artists until the]
organization lias degenerated into a
howling force. Ml lieno Oemocrat.
II. \\ Mel OHM It K. I (liter.
THE PRICE OF HEALTH.
It is not w ise to be too dogniat ic in
regard to the conditions of health.
In view of the omnl-piesenl mi-
crobe and the prevalence of food and
drink adulterants and of inescapable
foul air and poisonous gases, il is too
much to say that any iiiini unit have
good health if he is willing to pay
price for il.
Yet there is a broad basis of truth
in the proposition. I>r. Noreiiz, in one
of bis many preguent talks, answered
a tjUest ion as t o his own superb vital-
ity by saying: "I order nr. iile from
hour to hour. I know how much na-
ture can do. and meet her demands."
11 ii. regimen ineludi % a c<'Id bat li
every morning, followed b\ vigorous
exercise and deep breathing of Iresli
air, a "steaming cup of coll'ee and sev-
eral crisp, lint rolls,-' siiceet in; aftei
dressing by a second lireakl'ast a sub-
stantial nirill of Milt boiled t . ..s. chops
or ham and lea.
After t bis breakfast, at ft o'clock, lie
walks briskly io i lie open air for hall
an hour. He eats a heart v luncheon
and u substantial dinner "at strictly
regular intervals," takes l love or four
hours of recreation in the evening,
and sleep,-, soundly for seven hours
which he tin In mm rel'*<sbi ng than
twelve hours ot broken repose, lie
does not ti rink wine or spi ril s.
This regimen might not suit every
one or be possible to all. lint by ad-
hering to what he linds requisite to
keep him in condition the eminent
bloodless surgeon shows that he is
willing to pay nature's price for
Lord Bacon embodied the same wis-
dom in his saying that "a man's own
observat ion of what he tinds good of
and what lie linds hurt of Is the best
physic to preserve health." What is
Commonly lack ing i-i I he sen-.e an I t lie
moral courage to stick to the bah
and riili'N that make for In i It li.
I have had occasion t« u.e your
FBUck-Draught Stock and Poultry Medi.
line and am pirated to say that I never
used anything lur stock that nave halt as
I good satislaction. I heartily reiom.
| mend it to all owners of stock.
J. B. BEtSHER, St. l ouis. Mo
Si.-k ntoek i >r poultry should not
■at cheap stork t>». >»I any more than
I sii k person* should i-x|»vt to lie
eared hv toml. U hen your ntock
ami J.1 niltrv nr.. si, k trive thorn I-
11 ille 1 'mi t -• ulf tliciu v itil Wi.rlll-
le-s stmk fluids, I nlii.nl the howels
ami stir up tin- torpid liv«-r and tin
animal will lie run .1, if it lie possi-
ble ti i cure it. Illaeli-IIraught Stink
anil i'miltn Mnlieine mili-mls the
bowels and stirs up the torpid liver.
II i-uri-s e\t ry malady nf stork if
taken in time. Sniri> u "'.-n-nt ean
iii lilark Draujrht Murk ami Poultry
Medicine and if will pay for itself ten
times over. Horses work better, t lows
give inure milk. Hoys gain fli-sll.
And liens lay ti ion- I'ogs, It solvi-s the
pi-olili-m of making as much blood,
lb--.li and energy as possible out of
tin- smallest amount nf food con-
sumed. Buy a can from your dealer.
THE SIX ESSENTIAL VIRTUES.
The Paris papers have been discuss-
ing I lie six essential virtues of woman.
The result, is somewhat amusing, and
gives lis a new idea of the working of
t lie l.al in mind
Economy is placed first, with 1,420 The Farmer» Bank at Orlando, in the T«
\ot.es: Ii11«>IiI \ and modest \ each l c- ritory of Oklahoma, at the Close of
ceived l.it.VI; kindliness received 1.1*2,
and maternal love .Yi'.i. ('leanliiiess
and patience were last on the list.
Yet the French people are forever
sneering ill the mercenary \inerieans.
We are supposed to lie worshipers of
money, and devoid of sentiment yet
what American would place economy
ahead of lidelily. kindness or cleanli-
I am accustomed to hearing French-
men eril icise American husbands in a
manner thai causes every heal wife's
I to I it >i I in her veins with in-
ic A inerieaii husband, I have been
assured by our l-'rench visitors, adores
I lie dollar lirsi of all t liings in life, and
is devoid iif the liner sent inienls! I le
is too "busy" to be a lover to his wile,
and spoils her by his indulgent
is greatl\ I lie result of his intlllferenci
l i auv purpose .save that of money
Yet here we liav
inenls of t he Frenc
woman who save-
stands higher in I
A MOST LIBERAL OFFER.
All farmer readers should take advant-
age of the unprecedented cltibbiot-
ter we this year make, which includes
with 1 he Enterprise, Ihe Live Stock
men, given by t In
vote, that tin
a man expensi
one who is faithful to him! A lit
inlidelit 'i lie does not mind, if she
economical in her linauciul iwpeiidi-j
I n res.:
\\ hat delicacy and relineinent
sentiment this illustrates, and how
sordid our American seem, judged le
Now a 11il- ist ri cry cult tired A lueri-
cin husband of my aci|iiaititance
would. I nil sure ask lirst that his
wife be faithful, then cleanly, then
modest. then patient, then kind,
I fear there are some who would
place kindness as a quality after econ-
omy, and perhaps patience •
displayed toward them indivi
Were I a man and knew women as I
do (which would, of course, he impos-
sible . I would wish a wife to pusses*
thesiv virtues in the following ratioi
First of all kindness. I would place
kindness lirst because the absolutely
h'EPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
Business on December, 13th 1^02.
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nitnre and ti\i nr*
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livid ■<! nrolit
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rtllieiites of deposit
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i f h i. president of tli
I !>.uik di»st»ie:unly sw» :ir t lint tin
ment is true and that said bank in
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REPORT OF I Hi. CONDITION CF
The.'Cltizeni Bank of Mulhall at Mui-
Territory of (Oklahoma, at
t business I tec. li, hill J.
til sni uct -
nut r»is,-iinnis i • n
id sljrlit t \ iiiu_'*- ::i.:;i;».rr
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ed bank, do solen
statement is true.
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Anvono sending n sketch and description may
qtt'. klv asoertiiin our <»piiii"U free whether an
invention !•» protniMy p.ttt-ntaMf. t uninitiiiii'ii-
tt - i ft Iv c • r 111. i«»r 11 i11. HANDBOOK "H I 'Jit ♦ tits
m- • in'c. ni.h'nt aummicy tor h»*c*urttijj putt'in■«.
I'l'.-tits taken thmuu'h Munti \ Co. receive
n >ticet without charge, intho
A handsomely illustrated weekly. T.nruest cir-
culation ot any aotenttflc lournal. Terms, $8 a
i' t"iir nttititlie. fi. gold bjrall tiewsdealera.
MUNN &Co.36,B'°^ New York
liratich 4»tlice. K St., U'aahlLigtun, i». t.
r ' " ,i-V r.iSNALLY
That is w hat ladies say ot
TI le I ail fi iruia limit erl.
i'ri vat c coin part men I s. ample
ilrc-sinjr and observation
parlor, all daintily furnished.
I'erfcet diunins. eai meals
Why stay at liiiine-
ie i alifornia tourdc.scribed
o ir books.
Address general passi-ii|;i-i niVu-i-.
Atcliisihi, T' ijit-ka Saut a IK\.
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V th 'U
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ii uzw fist imm
not fail ti
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NEW DIVORCE LAW ASKED
A radical amendment to tin- pre-, nt ,
law of Missouri lias been j
ed to the state legislature !
by the jtuJm'S of ti e slate, wlioinel at
the St. bonis court house Friday.
The principal chance ad
that a divorce should be 111 ti
onal when printed, and be
manentat the expiration of one year
if the conduct of the applicant, ha
been «ood duriiu: t hat Interval.
Another provision a ivm -ii ,|'i
fchedefendant lie not allowed to marry
tint,II three years have elapsed after
the divorce has h-'-n yrauliil: thai in
cases where no defence is made the
defendant be allowed to make reply
and contest the en -■ at any time dur-
ing t he year of probal Ion.
By this innovation the Indies hope
kind n it lire c mil
fill to its highest
l-'ideiil v Would
natural result of innate kindness.
the kind, womanly woman could net
offend or hurt her hnaband's feelings I
by being unt Idy In any way.
Patience also would bean outgrowth!
of a kind heart. and go would modesty)
anil, last 1 \. ti.e ever kind wife would
look to her husband's best Interests
ami see thit she was not ext ravagant.
of l bought would act as t he
' ' i.
1' re 11, in the market, in the
E. Ill UKOKIt
• 1 and s'.vt>rii t
I»U I N N I J I
1.1 i t >
■ ;is i
Ii ii ii may be si red b\ avarice or born
of greed and indolence.,
11 is as oi l eli a \ i rt t
as often a vice as a
waste!"nint hs is a sin,
always a \ irl tie.
The pi igress of I he t
through saving, but tbroiigh using.-
So, nn«. Mr. i 'laneais. admire you
econniuieal women as vim will,'bit
neeiI 11"Iay is nt kind won
By I'.i I a Wheeler Wllci i
i hieago A met lean.
> 1 : rv r ■ i i. Pi !.- is
i« I lioti tie I tel*rsti»ti«llfil(.
\VAiit , I., t-upposeii ti)
nil eourt ji.tueeilings was eeri-
istutbed i'.i ;• V w York co irt-
ae day last w« « k," laid a youti;
whti had .lust !• turned from a
> trip to tli.it eity. i v.is pn >
1 » trial ->i t »;> -e l»e.i .f o11 ♦ • i
w i t h
l>n\iii.- it ha
s. One of th
wnp .i i; in.in. an I nave hi
pi. v ihii . a jin inter, r t« :. I
mi'Nr of the « \.iininatl Mo sai.
; : riren an a .to.uobile > ('«
thai" a six
'II honor looked puzzled.
• 'What did he w int to
i -i for?' hp aula «1 "
One Farei^o1 Round Trip
Cccember 13, 17, 21, 22, 23 and 26, 1902
Return Limit 30 Days from Date of Sale
Through Free Reclining Chair Cars
Through the Beautiful Indian Territory
Diroct Connection** MtWIPHlS
t J. S. MrNALLY, D. P. A.,OklnhomnClty, O.T.
E. M. DUNCAN, T. P. A., Oklahoma City, O. J.
[l^'V GEO' H- LEE' P' *■ T- A.. Llttlo Rock. Ark.
Between Sl. Louis and Kansas city and
Arid pplncipal j.nintH inTcx o and ti- •-
west. This train i < r. .• ••. • .
maao up or tne finest equipment. pro\ !..i
with electric lights and all othor : . •
coiUi!oV,| 11 runs I « ur re w
5le<,2 River Dsviftistj.
Ta-.tv niM-li iiioi. kn mn t i , ...
itiii.luiif .•in,I ruilriiaillnu li:it I .-.nnloved
.a the mal e*up of asm«•, in< luding
'iTi'i. r th" tiv»n ipTiient of Fr« J. Hnrv^v
t"»ll lnf«»rin:«tioii .. . t • r.*l••. and .n- i,
. n :p v 11 tli.. r •• v rout- \. i I i». ,1
•"uutivu"ui't'h" ■'»' a"J" K'l're-
OK la houia City Time Table
W0RI t> S FAIR l,FECIAL
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I tave* K^t-s.n ritv
^^rlvr« Okl4ioi »Ct'v
AltKAN AS AMI CKI AH0MA FXPUI .
I h'0U|h Ctrl jnd Pullmso Paldcr flttptit bctwetn Okli
fitetukd o.it.r,, aji iloo SfiSt pS^hlSr«lem
agenl or iddrcii the undftsiR„evi
B F DUNN, Dtviiion Pmi A^rnt
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