Mulhall Enterprise. (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, May 9, 1902 Page: 4 of 8
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THE ENTERPRISE MULHALL O, T., FRIDAY. MAY 0. 1H02.
The Mulhall Enterprise
VtYft»OS*tfO 1. 18*3.
Official Paper of Mulhall
Entered In^lie hi
Mulhall. (>. T.
'for transmission thioajrh t1i*'
U. S. malls as
"St-cond-U?as* Mall MntUf,
Hill) A V.
umn per inch
Atlvt-rtlslng. single insertion, p*-r lint
I»^,1av Advi-rtUlim slngl
v«t *>•« k. lu t ents.
V»py f<>r ads. should Ik« in tld
» r il. ili \\VdlM "»d:i \ n
Hull's tfivi'n on contracts for on»-
y« ar. <>r fraction th« r« <»f. Position "f ad and
U-nk'tii of contract must in* consldtTiHl.
Rates u Foreign Advertisers governed on
he hasis of reliability and upon the class of
Letters relative to advertising, subscrip-
tions. etc.. should Ik- addressed to II. W.
Ml «'ORMM k. Mulhall. < )kla.
will liave Oklahoma c« >iintv. Kim:-' A joint resolution haslieen introduc-
fisher county is as vet uncertain, but ed in Oppress calling for an amend-
I will yet mv pr<>i»irti' ti of t lie dele- nient to the,Constitution to prohibit
Hatpin tiie other counties, aside from aiiy territory outside the continental
L(.(jan, which will be for McNeal, and limits of North America from beeom-
Canadian, which will be'''for Morgan. in^ a state of the union.
Woodward county will bt tor MoNnl. I
and I think he will get a big portion I The SUteboood bill waadmtooone
!,,f the Woods county delegation, up in the house Tuesilay. We hope
i,runt county will l.e for Kick Moruan. • **..» this issue ot the Kni.-rpriw(t<«.s
las will also he Canadian his home to press we mav !*■ able to report its
lC(Jllntv.- passage through the house.
The list of distinguished dea l ttii>
t month is remarkable. Sol Smith
f I i li s.st • 1. I'ott.r rainier. Archbishop
1 C' irr.K'an. Admiral Samps >n and Itret
4 rrrrrrrrrrrr^rr-r- r y
i BUGGIES. SUPPjES. WAGONS '
5 /ABSOLUTELY AT COST '
r i > , . 1 - . ...Anlrr k.lt
i g - — - V , . r - *
Wc had a car load of them shipped to our order some weeks ago. but we didn t buy *
i them to keep, we 'bot them to sell, and that's just what wc intend to do. y
will 1m vt
ist* on it*
.1 ir»t pub
81'HSCK11*1'ION I'HICIC, I'KIt VKAK
.Mi III I. Nf S N .
1 Jefelldaii (.
« 'i*« 11 |,mii d«
i his day
pet ii ion in tin- al*»v»- named court To
r,.ino\<■ cloud and quiet title in and to l^ots
with them on the farm, and from that j
time trouble began, that they told rteciitj of o»t
ftorlet about ber and sua ded In I tak™'jS™"*
get i tng her husband to relinquish his; [Me. tJ,ju^„^iltlorendeiU"tt^ff."oT,to
aim to them, and drive her out in
landless. She suer *
II » McCOKM 1( K. F.ditor.
NOT l( »:
I Hi not c..nfound business locals or matt*
tinit in i.f personal Intercut, and should 1
pa ill for. with local new-,, and to protect 0111
s< . f f r* •! i. this kind >f matter tin following
r,\ « wi.i t.«- rliar»ol. Church notice-, wlu-r
iiiiiije\ i«. .-harmed for entertainment. cents
in r Mm-. I.ist • -f weddintf pr« seiits. cents |
line. Cards ..f thanks and obituary poi-try
rents |H-r line. Hesolutioiisof respect, .icei
ished in tin Mu
SO I ICE.
Albert Rutnor has brought suit Mart.
against her father and mother-in-law
f..r .".oon for alleged alli.nation of her
husband's atfections. The plaintiff I
in the case states that with her hlls- Is th»: IUkthmt^ockt U*;*s «
, , . tOTOKV Of Okuhon
hand she came to Oklahoma some
years aifo and by hard work ti ley ac
umulated a home and other valu-
ables, that about year ago her] To AnnieTillmaniefradanJL"
' th.it the abive named plullitltT I
father and mother-in-law came to livt
We've got thccelc j
brated Jones Steel?
Header, also all the <»
Farm Machinery I
you'll need, Come Z
and see if we can't ?
save you money. J
F, M. SPANGLER, Mulhall, Oklahoma,
III I I M \ N
* .1. A ItfTI.KIi. President.
Itl TI.F.li. < titter.
t i IT.
MINTONVE .v .!< INKS.
Atloni. ) - for l'liililtllT.
\ i : \l„ i lerk.
U. (UtlSW. »Lp. Deputy.
The people of thiseonnt ry have been
rieepl v moved on a.'."' ill lit of t lie report >
of eruelties practiced by some of 111.
otlicers in tile Philippines, tirstcann
t .• court martial of Major Waller and
Liciitentant Kdwards. In the trial of
tiles- officers evidence was brought
out that under direction of their sup-
erior officer (ieneral Smith "to i.ill
an I destrov." tli-v ha 1 lis.-1 cruelties
Sliat the conscience of t lie p 'ople will
not toletaie, I low ever these officers
were not convicted because tb.-\ acted
tinder direction ,.f their superior. The
President has ordered a court martial
for <ieneral Smith and if the facts are
as reported no doubt due punishment
will be handed out to that officer.
With the advance of our artnv into
theie field* of operation it lias beetii
the proud boast Ilia! the war for hu-
manity would lie an object lesson to
all nat ions, and tfive those hostile peo-
ple fully to understand and appreciate
our kindness while no excuse can be
offered for unnecessary or brutal treat-
ment of an enemy, at the same time
it is but just that we witleilil our
judgement until the evidence is all in.
The ad mill ist rat ion has ^iven proof of
its disapproval of harsh measures l.y
the prompt manner in which inves-
tigations have been ordered. There
has become manifest a disposition to
make political capital of these inci-
dents. Wliile it is the undoubt. 1
privilege of anyone to disagree with
the ad ni in ist rat i"ti in t he policy of r>
t a initio t liese islands and lirin^ltuf I lie
inhabitants into subjugation, it is in .
the ext I'emest decree unpat i iot ic and
unfair to at tempt to tbrow the blame
ol siicl i irr> L'uiarit ies upon t be ad in in-
ist ra' ion. No one is upholding't he
Hear Admiral W. T. Sampson died
at his home in \\ashinirtoti at five
lock May tit It. iMiriny the war
with Spain, Admiral Sampson was in
command of the fleet operating
around Cuba. The controversy that
arose over the capture of the Spanish
Meet at Santiago irreateh distressed
him. Me has not I a well man
since the close of the war. The ar-
duous duties devolving' upon him dur-
ing the anxious days previous to the
(list ruction of the Spanish tlleet and
the close of the war W'a8 heavily upon
him. The immediate cause of his
death is reported as cerebral hemor-
rhage. lie had been partly unconsici-
for several days.
The omnibus statehood bill which
provides for the admission of MeW
Mexico. Arizona and Oklahoma, was
brought up in the house Wedin sda*
ttie "til and as the Kuterprise «.»'s to
press there is even |.ros|*'Ct for its
passage, (.'hairiiian Ku made an
earnest appeal in its favor. I)ele-
uite flynn is on Ihe ttoor dointf
every thitiK' in his power with his
friends to net their support. Mr. Mc-
i:. k of Ark insas offered an amend-
ment t" the bill providing fur the
in.ion of the Indian territory with
< >!,lahoma. This amendment may
p .ssit.lv pass or be one of the bars tt
tlie tinal passage of the bill.
■first imlill.sl.eil in Hi. Mulhall Knt.ri»rlse
April 3S, 19011
In the Klstrlet i .uri at Lognn Cuuntjr.
Jam. Mh haki.,
To Jane Michael defendant, take notice
that above named ptulntUt baa tbliidaynled
a petition In the hIm.v.- named court, to re-
move cloud and unlet title In and ti.
IMIIi.l UTI-.I till-.. ml fi HIP 1. i I I III irli monlier
,. i -l.t v-vvt'll ill tlti.t sol uli visit 111 uf the
city of Guthrie known aa Capital Hilt, and all
in theOounty of Logan. Oklahoma I errltory. j
and unless you the paid defendant. Ill end to 1
^aiii (H-titiiiii. on or before June fl. IWB.the
wild petition will i»- taken as true a |
iiHI -ti < ni n-iult ri il against v>u t<» <1111*• * '1' 1«
In and to said Lots, and to perfect the title
in tin ai".v. narn#'i plaint itt
M I N't 11\ VI \ .ImN \ >.
[gBALl Attorneys for Plulutlff*
A n r. s t :
T. \ N I \ I..
Hy « . II. i.UlS\VOl.l». Iputy.
! irst ru».ll>li*-»l in tin- Mulhall Kiit«-rpri»*'
NOTICE FOH PUBLICATION.
1»«• t•:irt r11• -11r <.f tlie- Intci-i.ir l.an<l ot!i.at
THE MULHALL STATE BANK
Solicits a share of your patronage. We are in a posit ion to serve you
to our mutual advantage, having all the lacilitiesot a modern haiikmn institution.
Gome in and see us for
Special Kates on I.aine Amounts. Private funds
to I Mace on Ileal Kstate.
.1 A. 151'TLKIl.
T A 1.11' >T
llll.I.l N<■ •'
IK.n't hesitate to command us
S. A. BUTLER. Cashier.
j Hapstone Pure Rye, j
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ti,a W»- tiIIa I pi
id t hut >«ai<l i»t
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I.f til. N I 4 ..f Sec H ill Tw (» 1
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if Ills c
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. > t.. pt
\ II. rlwrt « iavt.-ti \N .la< U>.'t»
«> w ler, John E. Lowe, all of Mu ill
.lull \ .1. lu»U -
U. iri»i« r
of Them All A -X
sOHIO MILLER, Distributor,
For Coughs, Colds and Croup>
Viilll ilivrlltnr h;is j»c! tVct1
ii which the pr<>Ject i 16 re-
impulv fnirti uiavriK'tism.
the ^iiii bein^ siirrountled by a inan-
netic enil which draws the projectile
nut with a constantly increasim.'
velosit.v until it reaches the miiz/.le.
Kvperiiu. ntally th* loiii is a success
tholli.'ii there have been similar de-
vices before which have proved
i JEFFRIES BROTHERS,
The Southern I'a.ilie ItaiUvay is
inif to build a bridyt lo mi',, s lotm
over a portion "f <.r.at Salt I.aUe.
st, r ijiiln their line II miles in a dis-
tance of H>. The Pacific railroads
were originally laid with a view to
tdi. ap initial const ruct ion rat tier than
ccnuotny of runnlnc- Hence ■they are
verv faulty in a modern sense.
I Told You So! A Spcclal I
Sale Next Saturday. You t
and Your Neighbor Come i
I Wc will give to each customer buying 5
* 10 cents worth or more a piece BlacKsmithing
*■ of sheet music while it lasts.
Lawn Swings and Settees, Hammock
Chairs, Camp Chairs and Stools,
Ironing Tables, Wash benches, Etc.
Agents easily make
$5 to $10 Per Day,
Will furnish samples at re- V
duceri prices to those desiring y
agency. Kxclusive territory
given. Address, S
Clearfield Wooden-Ware Ca.,
CLEARFIELO. P» V
I lie sli
• p mi Sn
nil kinds nl' llliH-kKinl t Ii i ng
m» ul i lie public, gtiurati
anil flrHl-rlasK wuik Wi1 aie at
w as in I ;!:u l<we|]
I e ,t ure occuriiik' da 1> at'lei sunrise is
s u Die lent tOllltODtt leal I Wind t lie clock
Hon. Hird S. M
for ihe repuhlicai
delegate to cotljfl'cs:
t he i .I her da v and talked to tlie News
man in this fashion: "If the coil-
v id ion was held .today I would he
nominated easily on the tirst ballot
anyway.'' When asked what he
thought of the possibility of a Stam-
pede to Flynn at the convention, he
replied: "I do not look for a stam-
pede. In fact I do not believe Flynn
w ill he able to stampede the conven-
tion to himself. I will have Kay,
Noble, l'ayiie and (iarlleld counties Cornelius\ anderhilt and .lohn.lacob
solid. 1 will have the largest portions Astor have been making inventions
of the delegations from Lincoln, and taking out patents, tint that is no
Pottawatomie and < !leveland count ies. algn that the millionaire! arc going to
If Ok; lltonia < it., has no candidate I form a brain trust
\ cl >• k lias been devised which is'
i an i tip b\ the pressure .,f ,i coluinn ,
talcnlial evpati how' tin ter the sntlu-
., ,flt I . nitural rise in tern-'
J. F. HOOPES.
t* ,*•*' r»* * Is / •
t wnii it our w, ik.'lit in
U ild after all. a chemist l,avin^' tinr-
e l out t hat I here are f tir i iimls • f
the element calcium in the hiiinan
I, niv I a Ii-i u in is w' ut h *::oi».iii . nine,
or about four times as much as uold.
si| FOR HAND-MADE
<<5 Repairing a
Saddles, colars, whips ctc. b
see us. Honest goods
at honest prices,
and Short Order House
II K A 1 »^t' A ll'i'Kl'S Kill 1 INF.
. < .Si i;< Tl< >V- Mil ITS M TS me.
Bissantz's Ice Cream
wi ii WM.T: i I\I;
111! \ M>s l >1 l I'. A lis .,,, .
\. K ('()KKY cV CO.
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McCormick, H. W. Mulhall Enterprise. (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, May 9, 1902, newspaper, May 9, 1902; Mulhall, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc285706/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.