The Mulhall Enterprise. (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, June 8, 1900 Page: 3 of 8
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THE ENTERPRISE. MULHALL- O. T. FRIDAY. JUNE 8. 1900.
AS GOOD AS GOLD.
AS GOOD AS GOLD.
On a Boy's
C B. CARSON,
MUI.HALL; O. T.
On a Man's Suit." ^
C B. CARSON,
Mui.hall, O. T.
I WANT TO KNOW IF IT WILL PAY TO ADVERTISE HI"RE.—There is but one way to find out. That is to give it a Trial; and even then it would
be hard I teH j£twhat tie SvertiLtf had done in the way of results. So 1 have .allen upon this plan as a means o, heann, from my adverting.
Of course, 'I am from Missouri, and have to be shown.
The Four Coupons.
You will find lour Coupons in this ad. Every one wishing to purchase any of the articles,
or all of them, can cut out the coupons and return them, calling for the article you want. One
coupon is as good as the gold in purchasing the article it calls for. 1 have not the time and space
to quote you a lot of prices. 1 want you to call and examine my stocK. No trouble to show
goods. 1 guarantee my prices as lew as the lowest. Coupons Good hi.i. June 15. 1900.
Yours tor Business,
AS GOOD AS GOLD.
On an All-wool Dress Pat
> C, B CARSON,
* Mulhall, O. T.
C. B. CARSON,
, O. T.
AS GOOD AS GOLD
On any Pair of Shoes from
C B CARSON.
Mulhall, O. T,
Lone Star Twinklings. |
PLEASANT VIEW El US.
by little COON.
Harvest is Ht hand. Already betfUU , wheat is needing rain.
in (tome places. The first wheat will he cut In thi
Flossie Glam la stopping for a short ||eighb()rb(j0<1 oll Friday.
Nelson Hamden was a visitor in
time with Mrs. Look, of Mulhall.
Masler John Hatfield, of Mulhall,
• pent last week the »(oest of Mrs.
Star chapel folks met on Monday
night at Mrs Meredith's to arrange
and rehearse for Children's Day.
Co-n is looking fine. Home fields in
thin vicinity show corn waist hi«h.
Wheat and oats make a splendid
Julius Meisner has killed a number
ot green squirrels, in his corn fie.d, in
the last few days. Julius says there
are lota of them left and if anybody
wniits to help him hunt them, he's
The chapel 8. H. was re-organized
oti Sunday last. Loyd Scott was
elected superintendent, and N. B.
Keed class leader. Preaching on the
first ni<1 third Sundays of each month.
S S. every Sunday. Everybody re-
sp ctfully invited to come.
this vicinity Tuesday.
Mrs. Carpenter and her daughter
visited friends in t he Si rip Sunday.
Mrs Bowman, of Mulhall, visited
her daughter, Mrs. Mayfield, one day
Home of our young people attended
the party at Mr. Night's Monday
night. All report a good litne.
There is a little green bug that lias
taken up Its abode in the wlient head
What it Intends to do remains to be
Mr. Editor: We noticed In Bowman
Chat of last week s issue that Joe Fry
was going to get married. Injustice
to our friend Joe we deny it. Joe is
too s''iart for that.
It seems as though the old saying is
true, 'that misfortunes never come
single", to our vicinity, as Byron
To Protect Electrician*.
Philadelphia Record: In the power
houses where big dynamos are running
and heavy cables carrying powerful
currents of electricity are all around
great care has to be exercised to pre-
vent the workmen from killing them-
selves through carelessness. Familiar-
ity with dan er sooner or later results
in lack of caution, and experienced
electricians are not infrequently badly
shocked, if not killed, by carelessly
touching an object they well know
should be avoided. To correct this a
plan has been adopted in several large
power houses. It is neither arduous
nor complicated, but it has worked
well. It is simply to compel every em-
ploye to work with one hand in his
pocket, except when his duties abso-
lut y require the use of both. Keep-
ing one hand in the pocket not only
ke?p8 it out of danger, but also main-
tains the impression in the mind that
danger exists when both hands are free.
It has the same effect as the string tied
around a man's linger who has been
told to do something he must not for-
get. One hand always in the pocket
is a valuable reminder not to place it
anywhere else unless a particular duty
I requires it
ill l Mli^eii
The Enteupiusk lias
willi t lie publishers of I lie
new spa |>ei s lor cluhhini? rales, which
we #ive below. IYisoiis who are al-
ready subscribers may lake advan
lage of tills exceptionally low combi-
nation by paying Mir amount now
dun for our paper.
Tiik Kntehphisic and lliu twice-a-weck St.
I .mils Ut'i'iihlic one vein for ... +1 *•••
Tiik Kntkiiphisk iohI tlie? Tlirkc
new y"rk w..i-' •
K»m*u» i i«\ Times one lot
I'iir Kntkhpkihk hihI Hie Home
ol I. •iiiBvIllf. Ivy I one y«nr mr.
Tiik KntkiiphikIC himI Hie Ailunta Con*
t ion one year fur
'I'mk Kntkiiimiisk iiihI ihe Live stock
HjM'flor one yenr fur
Tiik Kvtkiiphihk ami Yotiili and A«e
mI lliu twiee-a
1 l'a i in,
I H A M l'< ><>i NO
> International \
Successor of the " I'nahrhl'jed."
Tliankmir o r piiiroi.M for pHHt favors,
we ►illicit continuous one*. Yours
anxious to please
W00LYERT0N & FATHER.
Tiik Entkiipkisk ami Kuiihua City weekly
.l.iiirnul I > ear lor ...
Tiik Entkuphi>k an*l Kan«aa Ciiy Weekly
stnr I year for • • • 1 00
I hk Kntkiipiiisk ami Ne# York Weekly
Trilmne I \mi lor ... 1 00
i 'i'nk Kntkhphmk ami Kansiie 1,'ny Daily
Card* are out announcing 'iie mar-
King and Tom Mayfield each hail a ringe of M (' Bradford, of El Reno,
horse cut very badly with barb wire, and Mi*. Dounie Hue Modrall, of
i Clarksville. 'IVxa»'
A Monster llcvil Fish . . ,
Time to Divide I p.
Destroying its viftiin, is u t.V|,e of j Worcester Gazette tells of an
argument about socialism between an
English woman and an Irishman. "So
constipation. The power of 111is mal-
ady is fell on organs, nerves, muscles
si ixl brain. lint Dr. King'* New l.ife
l'ills are a safe not! certain cure,
llest in the world for stomach, liver
Uidhevsand bowels. Only cents, ut
D .McConneliey's drug store.
If VOI1 are troubled witli that moit
uncomfortable disease called piles,
don't neglect it. Don't let the com-
plaint get a ti I-in hold. Every day the
disease is neglected it grows worse.
Commence at once to use 1 abler s
lluclteve Pile Ointinen t, the relief is
immediate, and cure infallible. Price
r,o cents in boitles. Tubes, 75 cents,
c. A. Eraser.
Farmers are feeling pretty well over
the prospects of good crops this season.
Wheat and oats are already made and
promises a big yield With corn and others might as well
Other spring .crops looking tine, all let his nomination be unanimous by
this together with free homes make ali parties.
the people happy and contented. j gtipvitloo never yet cured dypep-
. , laia. Persons with indigestion art al-
I7.e Wit with Cuntlom. *
Miss Young- I would marry no man rea.J.v half starved. 1 hey need plenty
unless he had a steady nerve and plen- of wholesome tood. Kodol Dyspepsia
tv of self-confidence. Doctor Plates— (Jure digests what you eat ho the body
Well, I am a dentist, but as long as you can bo nourished while the worn out
have been "drawn" into this subject I | organs are being reconstructed. It in
would suggest that you give iue a t^eonly preparation known (hat will
No other person is mentioned in
this part of the territory for C »ngress
but Dennis. It looks now as if all
you'd have all the money In the world
divided equally, would ye?" said the
woman. 'Signs on it, I would,'* said
the man, with a Blight taste of
brogue, which emphasized his earn-
estness. "1 would that. Every man
would have the same amount of mon-
ey." "And what would you do," ask-
ed the woman, with a bit of fun in her
eye, "when you'd drunk up all your
fortune?" The man's excitement did
not abate, and then he replied without
a moment's hesitation, "Why, then,
by heavens, we'd have to level it off
once more d'ye see, and divide over
Tiik KntkUpiusk ami lrl
unit W.,i k I year for.
Tiik F.niki'hisk ami T«> a
IV IIirk'h Wi
Tiik Kntkhpkihk ami Tr!-W»M*kiy I'ribiine
I yi-ar for '<£ Wl
Tiik Kntkhpkisk and McCuII'h iiit»liioii)
Mh^iizum- 1 yenr for 11"
I iik Kntkiipiiisk .'ind Toledo Weekly Made
1 year for 1 0(1
Thk Kntkhpkisk mid Review oi Iti-vlewa 1
year lor *
Thk Kntkiipk^k and Kuiimhm City Daily
Sihi I year for 8 HO
Tiik KntkhpkiSk ami Chicago Weekly In*
li. Uebvks, l'rop.
Fresh Bread, Pies
Cakes. Give us a Call
Tiik Entkhphi^k ami Frank 1
lar Monihiy I year for ...;
Thk H htkhphi Kami Dallab Seini-We
News 1 y«*ar for
Thk Kntkhi risk ami I lie GuUirie Wt
Leader I year for 1
Tiik Entkhpiu k ami CoHinopolitMii Ma''a-
• I ye
a(ikn'ih wanted—fow "tub like and
Aoliievements of Admiral Dewey." ihe
world's Ki"!atest naval hero By Murnt llii
utesd. the llf<>-long friend and admirer of
the natloo'H Idol IliRm st and bent hook
over 54HI padres, HxlO inches; nearly 1U0 pa
gee halftone illustrations. Only fl.AO
enorn.ous denntnd. Blircoinmissions Out
tit free. Chance of a lifetime. wrlU- quick
The Dominion Company, Urd Floor. ( axtou
of the V. S.i.ov't Printing (
I Ihe I. S. Supreme
i out I. nil tin- Man* Su-
jiri iiH ' oiirlH.anilol neal
ly nil the Sehoi'llaiokl.
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it. 11t«,:iml«>iIrI'idiieiitori j
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In the liousehold. and to
the teacher, aehoiar, pro-
teHMlciial mail, and self-
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It It aasy to find the word wanted.
It Ih easy to ascertain the pronunciation.
It It easy to truce the growth oi a word.
It U easy to learn whut a word means.
The Chicugo Times-Hi raid mivs: —
Webster's I iiternntiomd 1 detlonnry In lis present /
f. .mi Is absolute nutli'.rlty on eveiythintf )•• nam J
' 1ml: t<> our hinmiape In the way "f orthography, )
> ortlmepy, etymology, ami detlniii<>n. I- roia ti (
) there Is noapjieal. itlsasperleetaahuiuan effort <
I and icholarinlp can makolt.
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^ At. * in buying small so- <
' called " Webstar'• Dictionaries." All J
' authentle abridgments of the International '
^ in the various sizes bear our trade-mark on (
' the front cover as shown in the rats.
Anv one wishing to use my name
• iiny day for which I am not hilieii. is
free to do ho Terms reasonable Sat.-
I isfnolion giianinieed OlHce a' Thk
liNTKILl'ltlSK Ottii'P —W. H. WlCKKlt,
| AikMioueer Mulhall, (). T,
I iik Kntkupkisk and tlie Guthrie \N«
SlateCapilul 1 vear for
Manv women fnil to digest
food. bikI so become pale, sillovv, lliin
and weaW, while the hnprhtnesK, fresh*
ness mid beauty of I lie hUIii and com-
plexion departs. lteii'edv th
iny Herbine after eiiuli meal
what you have eaten 1
C. A. Fniser. .
GARRETT 6 SON
r£r|Coal, Beer and Ice
WE HANDLE THE BEST o HADES OF
FRISCO, MCALESTER and CANWN CITY COAL.
chance to till" the bill.
a • •
Doctor Plates (one year later) -Real-
ly. rny dear, this is an outrage. Four
hundred and sixty-eight dollars in
three weeks for dresees! Mrs. Young
Plates—But, my dear, only one short
year ago your most ardent desire waa
to "fill" the bill. I expected gold, of
course. 'Tis thus a man's attempts at
witticism are sometimes thrown into
bis teeth.—Cleveland Leader.
Our feo returned if we fail. Any one sending sketch and description of —
any invention will promptly receive our opinion free concerning the patent- ^
ability of same. "How to Obtain a Patent" sent upon request. PatentB | || Q
secured through us advertised for sale at our expense.
Patent taken out through us receive special notice, without charge, »n MAHpl
Tiik Patent Record, an illustrated and widely circulated journal, consulted 1 IVl/LL
instantly relieve and completely cure
all stomach troubles. Try it If you
are suffering from indigestion. It
will cerlaiuly do you good C. A.
The soap-suds mau was In town last by Manufacturers ami Investors.
Friday »n<l S»tur.i»y. hut w*. do not Send for sample copy FREE. Address,
think lie caught many nuektrn Hie | VICTOR J. EVANS Sl
lady uiiud reaiier performed fairly I (Patent Attorneys,)
i weii Evans Building,
Restaurant and Short-Order House.
WASHINCTON, D. C.
ilCE CREAM Served every day. Candies, Bananas and
all kind of Fruits and Confections,
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Woosley, Tom B. The Mulhall Enterprise. (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, June 8, 1900, newspaper, June 8, 1900; Mulhall, Oklahoma Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc285752/m1/3/: accessed December 8, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.