The Mulhall Enterprise. (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, November 17, 1899 Page: 1 of 4
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Mulhall, Oklahoma, Friday, November 17, 1S99.
> way to Frank Ii
as we have discontinued the Credit business,
dating from October 25.1893, we now give you a
sample of our
As a mil ion,
people we liav
as a Ierrlloiy and as a
* enjoyed a year of uu-
isperity: What then
as I ho year draws to
CROCK R IKS
Wnrl.1 HPtiler soap, 12 bars lor t2 »
NVldte Itussian soap !» bars for 'Jo
While Kagle Htmp, U bais for "Jo
hi I k soap, I) liars for iio
All sndus, |u-i package of I pi nnd 7
roll I HI a I eli, pel pound package 6i
All L nitidi s siarcli per pound pl<g, 7'
< 'alined Ion ;i|n s, 9c can :: for
<ir»Mi\\ icli Lye. 7c. can. 4 for
].abbel I *s L\e, 7c can, I for
l,\e per can
K. C I) ikicg powder, 2oc s /,«• for
i\. C. li tl.ii'!,' |» wdcr, 1
Y> I St. pel pkg 4.-,
I >.y -h i in'i'iiI, per pound,
Muokcd nicut, per pound
Si.ar tobacco, per pound
I lorse Shoe loliacco per pound
liaillle Axw loliacco, pec pound .'iO •
Sfiiudaid N:ivy Ioliaceo, per pound .'itle
Flour per hundred pounds (55
SI'\('K DOE* NOT HKKMI'P IS
In HIVE I'ltlCKS ON Slion-i
eoME IX a VII WK WILL ,S\VK
YOU M (IN ICV
(>m $1.50 men's
Oui .iJ 1.0 men's
€ > an $2 60 men's
Oui $8 00 men's
Our $."> ol) men's
now sold at 51 2">
, low. sold at .fl />0
no \ sold at $1 00
. now sold al *•.' 40
.now sold r.L MJ
nkels, full size, per pair,
11der* eai, yooil tpialit y. per
tids Caiit;,), best quality, per
shirts, wore />l)o, now.
shirts, were roe, now.
uhli Is, were *1, now..
See Our Large Line of Ladies' and Children's
I'nderwcar. Some Ciood Values
MATS and. c.A.:
Men's and Ho
Men's fJ h ii |.
I a close, than to give* thought P.
'"who doelh all things well," nnd
to devote one day of the many
I given us, iu reluming thanks to Al-
mighty (ioi| fill the manifold blessings
I vouchsafed us. 'Our mttioii is recog-
i nly.ed Und honored ur.to the uttermost
parts of t he eai 11.; a new destiny has
opened before iih| new responsibilities
been met and the hue ^inlhciltnod ol
man exemplified—the people of I he en-
tire nation are prosperous and united,
■ crops have been bountiful, commerce
extended and industries inilgniiied.
Mere in our own. territory the people
have been blessed as nowhere else —
our fertile acrc.i producing magnifi-
cent crops, our herds ^nwu great in
; numbers, our commerce increased
j many fold, our iiulustiies all succcas-
IuI, inercanlile and professional, pur-;
suits yielding abundant return
1 those engaged therein and ti e ci
ot education and re i^ion advanced on
every side. Therefore, in accoulanci
with a custom established by our fore
fathers .and in conformity with tin
proclamation of the President of tin
I idled States, I, ('. M. Darnes, Gov
ei nor of the 'l'eiritor> of Oklahoma,
do set apail ami proclaim Thur day,
November .'JO, 1mi9. as a day
a I Thanksgiving, and earnestly re-
quest 111-it IIpi n dial di \ ill I In* peo-
ple of the tenitoiv'will refrain from
their usual avocations and assembling
in their respect ive places <f worship
give thanks to the (iiver of all good
j a ml. pei feet. ^ i 11 s lor the blessings ol
j t he year. Let the day lie observed as
I a general holiday; let 1, niilv ties In*
j renewed by reunion'and social gutlfer-
ing; l« t 11 icndsliip's hontht be reee-
uiented about the festal board and
thai there lie none without cause fur,
j i hank I illness, let the poor ami ueedv
. be sought out and their wants suppli-
j Done at the executive ofliee in the
c:tv of (inthrie, this 9th day of No-
vember, A. 1 > 1899.
Witness my hand and the grc.it seal
ol I he Tei l it oi y of ()k lahoma ou the
day ami dale above written.
C. M . JiAliN i:s.
U> I lie Coventor:
\V. M Jenkins. Sec,of i he Territory.
50 li.it for .
r IihIs at a i
* of out ing i
nl storm flannel ever br inglit to Mulhall from .V
See Our line of Ladies'
Goods and Trimniinss.
We cannot give you prices on everything. Space does
not permit, lint we cordially invite you to conn: and visit
our store and look over our stock. We will convince you
that there is a difference between Timk prices and Cash
IIH IIKST Jl.lltKl T I'IUiT.S PAIII I'OI! 1'itOI L'CI:.
•M 1 liens (j ves Away.
ceriaiiil'v gratifying to the pub
While »>n Ids w
ana, to attend 4.1m go,
his pnrents, S. f<. Ov<
Elates district attoruc;
died in his berth nlu
sleeper Mondny niori
lieved that'Mr. Oversti
tine to heart disease. Mr. Ovci
was 40 vears old. lie was a ti
of Congressman Jesse Over8tf-«
Indiana, and had always b- n
ill p-piiblican 'pulij i
Concerniii<| ,s death atlie full.
teleff ru in was sent-Mr. Ilcni v' |]
al li olio io ^lomla \ :
•'Chicago, Nov, 11".
••ill M:v 1At S. I.. Ove|;street,
Unite.'l Slat, k attorney for Oklahoma,
died tin So. (5 this morning iu 111
Kcnoiins are now with uudurlnU
i rami .1. K. (.cupcll, onr c t y iig»*nt
litre, lias some autopsies [?|/ Please
notify ll»t- family and frieirds and lei
Ihem give instructions, .
(Signed) "11.* Dunlap."
J mi: Lntkhi'IUBK regrets to an non nee
the death of a man who was univer-
sally respecled and admired. His
fi st otli.-ial position in Oklahoiea was
I!.at of register of the land ofliee ;,t
(Inthrie, which position lie ably rilled, j
I hence President Mclviulcy nuide iiun '
Ujiltetl si;,i..s tUnrney, i:v.-ryl.o.ly
rejoiced that Ko good a choice had been I
made. It is not known who will re
ceive the appointment as Mr. Over
r rv ^
EVER SHOWN IN MULHALL
A high grade
hxruA Union one-fourth wool for
good value at
■A SPECIAL C. C. EXTRA SUPER
M ALL-WOOL SUFEDFIKE KIDDERMIKSTER ,
.re of this Carpet is wool
A BEAUTIFUL SOUDAN ART Carpet, every bit of it wool; heavy
An elegant Pattern, and
mil closely wov<
Il will not be Hiii*[»i*ii*e<i to any who
are at all familiar with the good
qualities of ( linmjberluiu'8 Cough Rem-
edy. to Know I hut people everywhere
take pleasure in relating their experi-
ence in ijie nse of that splendid medi-
cine and in telling of tlio benefit they
have received from it, and of bad
colds it lias-cured, and of threatened
attacks of pneumonia it has aveit-ul
and of the children it has saved from
the attacks of croup and whooping
•ouLrh If ih :i grand yood medicine",
I'orsale by I). McConnehey.
Miss Alice L. (hiuhi was born I)i%-
oember l'7, 18G0, in Courtland, Dccslb
county, Illlmds. She moved thence
to Kansas with her parents,and at the
ngeof fifteen msde a profession of the
Christian religion and united with Uie
Baptist church. On February 1 1SS2
she was married to Edward Mender
Miami county, JKatisas. To
1894, she moved to Oklahoma with
A BEAUTIFUL PATTERN Of Japanese goods for only
Another heavy Japanese design
Other Patterns for [5c, 23c, anc
Come and see these Goods
Fire 1 Fire! Water 1 Water!
Do we want fire protection in Mil
hall? There will be a meeting
those, interested in
:3.) io Petty
lie to know of one concern in the land
who are not afraid to be generous to
the needy and suffering. The propri-
etors of Dr. King's New Discovery for
consumption, coughs and colds, have
given away-over ten million ti ial bot-
tles of this great medicine; and have
the satisfaction of knowing it litis ab-
solutely cured thousands of hopeless
cases. Asthma, bronchi I Is, hoarseness
and till diseases of the throat, chest
and lungs are surely cured by it. Call
on I). McConnehey, druggist, ami get
a free trial botlle. Regular size 50e.
and 91. Every bottle guaranteed, or
J1IE DEWEY HOUSE,
1 I*' OLIXlillOUSIO, Proprietor.
in connection. Hoard a
Meals at all hours—M)ct
1 lodging at reasonablt
North Alain street
Constipation menus the acciintula
tion of waste matter that should be
discharged daily, and unless this is
done the foul matter is absorbed and
poisons the system. Use Herhiue to
bring about regularity of tlie bowels,
Price Tr) els. 1). McConnehey.
Auy one wishing to
any day for which 1 am not hil
I ice to do so. Terms reasonable. Sat-
isfaction guaranteed. OUicu at Tin:
IfiNTfcUPIUSB offico ■—W. 15. WlCKIfiU,
Auctioneer Mulhall, <) T,
ALL THE NEWS, WITHOUT PREJUDICE;
THE BEST GENERAL READING;
THE BEST MARKET REPORTS;
THE GREAT PAPER OF THE GREAT WEST !
The f<apsas Gity Slap
THE WEEKLY KflHSAS CiTY STAR.
Poet a go I'laptiid, tents h Year.
Ihe New Fire Engine,
The (jiiestiou of fire protection for
our little city Ims l.i'uoiue h very iiu
poitnnt one. Toe class of buildings
now l.t-iug c inslruolcil demand* some-
thing more elleclual than a bucket
brigade. Some weeks ago our city
council was confronted Willi the
iii> immt- inntttr, nnd without lirat oonsulllng
''' ' Hie citizens undertook to solve the
problem by investing in a new gnfo
linu llro engine, which, wheu complete
and ready for work will cost cloaejtn
000, so we ha\e been Informed
This our citizens resented almost to a
man, and now the council id confront-
ed with the proposition of accepting
her husband and united with the j fl
Christian church, and departed this !,,verv on,! 11,1
life at her home near Clarkson, (). T.,
Novenil er 13. 1899. Sister Henderson
whs a kind and affectionate w ife and
mother, a good neighbor and a true
Christian. A large number of rela-
tives and devoted friends were pres
cut at ihe funeral services which were
conducted by the writer in the Chris-
ti'Ui eli inch at Clarkson. ''Blessed
ore the dead which dio in Ike Lord
from henceforth: yea,salth the Spirit,
that they may rest from their labors;
and their works do follow them."
W. H. Rehoiin, Mulhall, O. T.
r the purpose of giving
opportunity to express
and "say his sav.1' All
and are invited.
Having s ild
ant to A. it. C
' Tlio Model" restaur-
irey, who onus well
as a restaurant hihii,
we wish Io thank -the citizens of Mul-
hall and vicinity fir tin ir liberal pat
ronage while in business, nnd take
pleasure in i troducing to you our suc-
cessor, A. I» Corey it Co.
c 8 Buowm & Co.
Calvin Webb, ol Poller, I). T., was
a caller Tuesday. Mr. Webb is an
old soldier, being a member of Co. 11.
10th Kansas infantry, and whose
captain was N. 11. lilouton, father-in-
law of Congressman Dennis T. Flynn.
Mr. Webb was a great admirer of
Captain Hlanton, and tukes great
pride in telling Ihe "boys".that he
knew Mrs.-D. T. Flynn while y* t a
l}tlie girl, und before Ibc brainy Iritdi
gentleman cafne'into (he arena.
Thanks the Band,
The* ladies of the industrial
desire to lhauk Ihe speaker
(. CAPITOL NATIONAL BANK,
i.i i nun:,
^olieits aecounts of
M Teh;mis, Fanners
it. f'tipllnllHl, I'tii u, N . V.
I'll K. Itll.LInomli v,
. . FOR
I land-made Harness; Whips, and Robes; Repairing; Every-
thing in the Harness L.ine.
LACKSMl THING !
band for their excellent services they
rendered in the entertainment Thurs-
this machine, which il is compelled to J day night, and they assure the boys
do by the terms of an ambiguous con- that when they wish aid in any un-
tract made with the engine company, dertaking for their advancement the
You I n»<l!catoh the devil from the town, or j boys have tin ir hearty cooperation.
You ! completely buck down ou Ihe contract '
t married me tirst time and I had bad
j An old negro iu a neighboring town
i arose In prayer meeting and said:
1 •Hredderin* and sisterin', I'ze been a
SHORT ORDER HOUSE.
Candies, Fruits, Ice Cream, and Confectioner
Cigars in the City.
Hoard by the week—£3,50.
A. ii. (ORKV \ CO.
Firm Advertises to increase its trade,
trade means to increase its comnv r
cantile circles ti'.,
A Mississippi editor tells the story
of a young bachelor sheriff who was
called up in to serve an attachment ou
a handsome widow. Ho called and
said: "Madam I have an attachment
for you." Khe blushed and said Ihe
attachment was reciprocal! d.
misunderstood me,' he said.
must proceed to court." she told him I, | Tuesday Night's Festival,
she knew it was leap year, but that | Wednesday evening a mass meet The supper given Tuesday night by
site would rather he would do the ; '•>' Hie citizens to "get ; t|,0 Methodist ladienj was liberally
courting, ''this is no time for trilling jut '"alter, but. this was almost patronized, for which they wish to re-
Tile justice is waiting." "Oh, I pre j impossible, as one of the members of i turn their hearty thanks. Tbeattrac-
fer a minister," she said. "A Mjuire i lhe council absented himself, and the ' |jou Gf t^e occasion was the first public
members present could or would not j Hppeutanco of the Mulhall coiuet
give the information the citizens W'er^Jband. Their playing was an agree-
seeking concerning the stipulstions of gble surprise to all, considering that
the contract wjih lhe engine com j u,e boys have had but Ihree mouths
pany. 1 he question is far from settled, practice. Their mush? is indeed line.
I hot we need belter (ire protection no (lenet, the leader, has reason to
mighty mean rd.-ger in my time. I'ze citizen of Mulhall will deny. Hut we I be prulld (jf h|8 boys, who in so shorts
had a heaps er ups and downs-j believe that it is a nutter of justice to\ih^e gaVe evidence .if his ability ns
our cltizfiis, and espeoially loour tax j leader and teacher. The special
payers, to have a word as to the way (banks of the ladies is returned to
iu v\Inch the protection is to be made, i (Jenet and his boys for the very
A commi tee was oppnlnted at Ihe j |nalerial ail|
given, and if they ever
juass ineeling to make an investiga help in lhe future they are re-
Hon in the matter, 1 *.s report will be 1 quc&ted to call upon tlime same ladies,
anxiously awaited. j Na ,,rt)Cee(|s, $14.80.
In response to the rc (jupnt nf Ihe I
League lor Hocial Service, a national
society for social and Industrial better-
ment, which is at present making n
strong light again.t the sealing of,
Coiigreeiiuai -Hect II 11. ItoheiU, i> |
t'tah, because hs l«a p tlyga.nisi. Itev
M . O. Hillings will speak on the sub-
ject of Morutuiilsm next Kunday eve.
Iil. g at the M. K. church. Sir, lllll-
just bought the old Hall blacksmith shop on
ial Bocie'y j ^'onth Main Street^ and am prepared now to do all kinds of
r and the i repairing. Bring in your plows, wagons, etc., when
repairing, and see what nice work we do.
i hen they need
'^pecislly dowus since 1 jined de
church. 1'zc stokd chickens and
waiter millions; I'z^ cutsed, I'ze got
drunk, \'z* shot-craps, I'ze slashed
udder coons wif my razor, I'ze done a
sight of udder tings, but thank de
fjawri, breddtriu' and sisterln' I'ze
never yet lost my Migton,"
Mghl nnd Pay
thin/ I ha t evi
New Life Pill
and mightiest Mill*
wiis made is Dr. KingV
Kverv pill is a sugaI
coil ti d globule of health, that chungc*
weakness Into strength, list less lies*'
into energy, brain-fag into men In!
iu^ up the In
box. Sold by
•' 'I '* ' • '
•> ; e,-. ST*
hey, dmg- 'K" w~ns n missionary among the
I'tah iiiormans f»r live years hik] is
thoroughly posted 011 the mhject of
morni-in leliglon ami pratdices.
Ped Hot From the Iiun
Was the ball that hit 0. II. Stead-
man, of Newark, Mich., in the Civil
war. Jt caused horrible ulcers that
no treatment, helped for 20 years.
Then llucklin'H Arnica Halve cured
him. Cures cuts, bruises, burns, boil!*,
felons, c.ru-, skin 'eruptions. Iiest
pile cure ou earth. 25 Cls. u box.
Cure guaranteed. Sold by 1). McCon-
E. /I. PORTER, Proprietor.
Rates .$2 a day. Good location. Large Sample Rooms
Commercial Men a Specialty. Give me a Call.
itK i t itxi xti or it "<j,u,i,8."
We heartily thank those who have
so readily answered our "cull", and
also the new ones who have joined
'I'llK Kntkki'RIsk family of leaders.
The list renewing subscription anil
s ihscribingsince last week are:
P C. Austin, Mulhall.
Ueorge Detwller, Jr. Mulhall.
I#st ('hristmas, lhe City drug store
rallied nfl a beautiful iianging lamp,
tiling for their comfort and will spend Several numbers were.sold, but the
about five weeks prospecting aud j lamp whs not claimed, the number
which drew it failing to turn up.
Wednesday of (his week, Mr. S.
Miner, Mining and Mirth
Monday morning, bright and early,
a party of four of our prominent, citi-
zens left overland for the mining re.
gton of Arkansas. The party was
made up of lhe following gentlemen:
Dr. McConnebcy, W. 1). dayman,
William Htrutik and H. S. Bunnell,
who have inlTists in the new min
ing regions ol th'it state. The gentle
men were well rupplied with every-
hunting in that country.
Fred Deselms, one of ti e popular
young mcrctiHiits of OrlawJo, was a
Rev. Hillings was up from Guthrie
Tuesday night and took in the ft-sti-
val. He also mads occasional glances
at the heavens to dlfecover a shooting
"The flrbt act. you know, Is suppo*
up your stovrs for
Nicklcson, living 131 miles east of
Mulhall, came iu aud claimed the
lamp, having number 17 He did not
know that lie hud drawu it until u
short time ago.
A good story is always read with
Interest. "Through (isles of Klsuie"
begins this week in The A tlanta Con-
stitution. Subset ihe 'or 'i nr: Kntkh
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Woosley, Tom B. The Mulhall Enterprise. (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, November 17, 1899, newspaper, November 17, 1899; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc285542/m1/1/: accessed September 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.