Mulhall Enterprise. (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 3, Ed. 1 Friday, January 17, 1902 Page: 4 of 8
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THE ENTERPRISE. MULHALL (). T„ FRIDAY. JANUARY 17. 190*>
nULHAlJ. ENTERPRISE "in parlt of I his territory. v%lu-ii,
fur anv rt'iisnn, a vacancy occnrc. In
! any event, tn assume that (inv. Ker-
jituson vvill resign the ctiuiriiianshi|i < n
| acenunt of itsincninpatihility with Ills
~ ' utile I
Member OMaliniiiii l're»« IxNiit-iiition
Official Paper of Mulhall
Fntrivd ill the l'ostotNrr Ht
i ►*• I riiiisnilssion through tin*
^•ond-t'luv» Mail Mall«T.
Mulhall. O. T.
i s. in.'iik :i>
Display Adx iTtlsinir single cnUiiiiit i»* r in- li
«r iiuuri ii. ti f i v «mmii>. I Km lilt* column |*i
i«'li jmt montIi. tine dollar.
' opy for ails. should I»«• in liy Wt ilncMlay
x t'liiiitf williout fail.
Vdvcrtisiut:. single insertion. i« r line
iul duties, it is certainly nut over-
ly consistent tosinitfest that senileotli-
; er federal otticer should lake his place.
The proper view, we must admit. If
| Presided' linosevell exacts this of our
iriiveiiinr. we cannot Nee that anv utli-
i it federal iiflU't'liiihlti t> *■ Ii^;iIri-
llier. We trust, for the tfixiil of the
party in < Ik lahoma, that in . Mich order
will In proniul^'ati il from Washing-
ton. Ii would take from the active
ranks some of our mint of our urnst
•tint ra«M s
S|M'«ial Kat»s tflvt-n on
v«'ar. or fraction tlirrmf roMiioiMn ail ;i
ifiitfth of contract must Ih* consldcrt'tl.
ItatcN t<» Foreign \«lv«*riisrrs irmi rin d
In- Imi>K t»f rclialililty anil upon tin* cla*i
Letters relative to advertlslin;. «*uli*»< r;
t i< nis. ete.. slit mi Id U :iddre»ed to I«»m
WtNiSLRY. Mulhall. (» T.
st itsriurtios i'lthh, «: i»kk \» \ic
TOM H. WOOSLEY. Editor.
A Laiiok How of laniiiiane
court.', have to subside lie fore
ter can Ije turned on in the
t lie w a-
s<* I' W .lutie* lias purchased the
Star plant, "paid will,"ete . and will
convert it into a Ihpulilican taper:
and II 1. I rayne. the erst while pub-
lisher, is rust linn around amontr the
faithful fur help to procure a plant to
start another paper, or possibly move
one in from some other town, as he
must necessarily have one that has
been published ">:! consecutive weeks
to obtain letral printing. Well, it is
immaterial to the I'.t 11:1111 what our
neighbors do with their toys: we have
witnessed the funeral procession,
small ones, of four papers in Medford,
heard their piping dirges and w ritten
their obsequies: and mav repeat the
sime for others. lint how wilt it ef-
fect the business Interests of Medford?
This is a question which must lie con-
sidered by a I. We have a liU ral class
of merchants, free advertisers. Will
they view with pleasure the payment
of advert isiiit; in three papers to reach
to same readers they mitflit really in
one? There is a plausible reason for
t lie exist ence i if t wo pa pels represent-
ing different political ideas, but there
is not for two representing one. It is
a business proposition, one in which
sentlinent has or should have little in-
lluence. Medford, < »kla.. I'atriot.
F. C. Corsets
them in all
styles a nd
shapes to fit
and e very-
corset is sold
W a r r a n t—
trial if corset is
LooK for tHis
inside of corset
and on box.
\\ a 1 ii m a 2 o o , Mich.
FOR SALE BY
(jeo.W, kotterman, Mulhall.
Scholarship For Sale.
Tiik Kn i Biti'uisi-: has a scholarship
in the Capital ( it) business College
which is lor sale. Come in and see
u.s about it if interested.
A Great Newspaper One Year Free-
The pa|ier of t his community Is Tiik
En i KitfltisK, It gives all the home
news. It tills the hill here at home to
a dot. Hut you want the news of the
entire territory. To get this von must
have a territorial paper, and one print-
ed at the territorial capital, which
gives all the news of the executive, ju-
dicial and legislative departments.
This territorial newspaper is tlie
W K KM.Y OK I.A IK l.M A STATE
1 A I * I I A I,. This is an eight page,
eight column paper si\ty-foui col-
umns of .sprightly reading matter ev-
en week. We have made arrange-
ments willi the publishers whereby'
we can throw in the Weekly State
i a pi l a I I i; EE < >1' eli A iitiE to every
old suhscrilier who pays up for Tiik
I'.s i i:nriilsi: for one vein in advance. 1
and tor cverv new subscriber who goes
on our books for one year in advance.
AMI I Ml g PROPOSITION
The great farm p iper of ( ikl.iliiumi
is 'I'11 E WEEK I. Y (»K i.A ill i.M A J
FA KM Eli. II is devoted exclusively '
to Agriculture, Horticulture ami Live-
stock. It is the Farmer's I'oruni.
Every farmer should have it.
t Ids offer:
The Weekly Enterprise
The Wet kit State i apital
I lie Weekly ti. lahoma Fanner
The one fare rate made by all rail-
roads for round trip to Wichita, Kan-
sas and return on l lie dates of t lie nt Ii
Annual Convention of the Oklahoma
Live Stock Association. Feb. 11, 12,
and l.l, next, is effective <>n loth and
lllli going, limited in ret in ii on 1 lie
loth. A splendid program has been
prepared and W icliila will entertain
royally all who may come. Among
the features of special interest are
special sales of registered cattl»atii|
horses, the regular program, roping
and riding contests, for pmses, open
packing houses and stock yards to all
visitors and the annual i attlcinens
llall. \ cordial invilal ion to it lend
is extended to everyone, iteuieinlier
t lie dates!
f PROFESSIONAL ^
i \ m. (onn k.iikv m l>
■ • Phynician and sursoon
si i >|.f. : . ii % Of • lll'litli immv.
Offit e in City Ori stor«
VII Ml \ I.I. <i T.
i.i. w i. t. « illi.ih:i:>,
Phvsician and surgeon*
all a |it***ii11>11 \. t ftlit'f• «•. • • r
mi's f urn Hurt' utoru S'ortli side liuty
Ml I.MAM. «»K I \
•aI > and oi
>t job work done art ist i-
sin-rt not ice at this office.
In the Case
nit xv. vi. ii ITHM.II.
Physician and surgeon
( ill- ii11>i i t t! i|,i \ ni ii i» lit Ollict iti
Hi ill! xm-11 Itiii Id i n ".
Ml I II XII. OKI.A
When voii read a t liing vou like to
feel that It's the truth. TIIK DAL-
LAS SEMI-WEEKLY NKXX.s gives
1 In* I acts iit t In* case.
. II. I' 11 AM\(i
I'llVSin \N A >1 lll.ldN
Tiik young men id' the east w ho may
wish to grow up with I'ucle Sam's do-
iniiiion are advised toemigrate to Io-
wa wit limit. delav.
Sundino telegrams without wires
has been accomplished, but sending
men into office by the wireless method
is far, far removed from us as yet.
SoMKofthe boy s may chafe at delay,
but it is a fact that tiovcrnor Fergu-
son is proceeding witli a wonderful
amount of delilicratiou in ail Ins
Tim (Tioctaw is now ready for tin
steel between Tecumseh and \slier,
and soon the cars w ill be running to
that bust ling liitle burg Ii is thought
lie road will shortly build into Texas
11 Altl£ Y t ■ I l.sTlt.VI' bus been a ppi lillt-
eil one Id' the regents of the territorial
university, lie can and will till this
place just as thoroughly as he lias con-
ducted tiis paper, and will conduct the
Chandler postofflce. Harry isentiHed
to all t hat comes bis wav.
Tim naming ot Mr. Cooper of Shaw-
nee as bunk exam.ner was somewhat
of a surprise to the politicians Itut as
w* understand it. Mr. Cooper Ih cap-
able, honoiah e ; nil successful in his
own business, which might to insure
11i111 a creditable administration.
I!v the way. liov, I'crgusoii is get-
Hug along nicely. lie lias tempered
bis executive wind to the shorn lamb,
and has shown a very creditable dis-
position to make basic slowly. No-
Imdy seems to claim responsibility for
bis appoint nicut, except ' he president,
and it is quite plain so fan that the
president either knew what lie w; s
about, or is a great guesser. Fergu-
son looks like a stone wall, howrver
I III: I. IIIICS OI st'ANKIMi
A Washington correspondent is
authority for t lie statement that one
of the lioosevelt hoys got a spanking
as an appetizer for his < hristmas din-
ner, which startling piece of intorma-
tion will no doubt cause a lot of snobs
to rush in and spank their offsprings
wlteler it is needful or not as soon as
they hear of this; consideri'ig it the
"proper tiling" to do, just because it
happened in I lie president's household.
The dniucstic affairs of the nrditiarv
genteel American family is and should
be kept private. The president's
: family concerns are of no more intcr-
! est to a healthy minded American
than that of his next door neighbor
| nor perhaps half of much. Whose
business is it if Archibald lioosexelt
did get Spanked - No doubt be needed
it • VII good, healt by In >y s ii lit
occasionally and it we have am inter
e.t in the matter it is that the presi
I lent has a son so nearly like our boys
that lie needs to lie spanked Hut wt
don't It'll the world through our news-
pa tie rot every t ime our Ih iy s are. t urned
over t lie pa l ent ial knee, and principally
I for two reasons, the greater of which
lis that we don't consider it iiiilmily'*
| business but our own. and the other is
t hat we would not have room for much
| else in our columns if we mentioned
these little t-i111iIv matters ever* linn
' they occur. l b.it the press of tin
country should lie tilled with the
trival household doings of the White
House savors too much of snobbery
and hits a tendency to breed a class of
useless, gilded snobs, the like of which
i" most frequently seen in European
count t ies and whose sol,, aim in life is
to (pe the actions of royalty. Let
Americans at least be known forlhelr
unconvent lonal common sense In i Itese
little concerns of social life.
ink hi: vr
per year for the
I'ltl si llll'TIIIN
>i vi. vitl v
Chills and Fi
l• rove's Tastless
simply iron and
ver is a Isittie of
Chill Tonic. It is
quinine ill a tast less
in pay . Price .Vie.
This s;ives ytui ii clear
gives you for one year tint
papers in < iklabonia.
Here is your chance.
KcliatiU' man fnr Manager ot" a
Hranch < Mlicc wo wish ?nupt*ti in this
vicinity. Il«'iv is a ^(mkI opoiiintf fnr
thi' ri^ht man. Kindly j^iw ^nnd
rt»ftn,cnc.» wlu*n writing. Tiik \. I
Mokkis \V noi.i-.s m,i: 11 or si:, t'inri -
nati. Ohio. Illustrated catalo^u^ 4
cts. stamps. 41 -.">4
Vol K VOU WHAT VOI tlU: i\K|N(i
Whim vim tal«' limvc's T,i>*tlr.ss
<'Ji i 11 Tonic U'l-ausi' tlu» formula i>
plainly printed on every bottle show^
intfthat it. is simply I run and <^uniii(>
in a tasteless fnrm. N<»<'ure. V» I'ay.
■ <i K*.
'> cents and
«if t lie lust
You've ir«»t t lie rest I tiling wlien i»et
Hunt's IjuIiIiiiii^ Oil t> »i hiinis.
lirulHes, enl.H mid s|»r tins I'lie innst
penet l iil 111n Mild 11e;i1111kf Iiikiiim iiI
known, limoanteed. I'i tee .uid
»n eeiil s.
\\ \ >ti:ii—si;vi;kal ri:i:soxs
i»t eli.iiiirlei ,nni i»nii(l leputifion in
e.iel' Htiite (one In this ei»uel\ ih-
ijniie.l) In ie|»re.sent ;un| ;nlxeni^e in
»ilt| e>l ill]i.sii»'i| \\»mI|'i\ ini.sinesM Imiise
"t >nlld iiii;inei;il standing. S.tl.uv
Tl^.oo v\ k I % Willi expenses ndtii-
t ional all pnvaiile in easfi eaeli Wed*
nes.I.iv direct limn lieail ottires. Hnt.se
ami cai 11 life tin nistied when neces-
•»aiv. Mefeieiices. Kneln.se sell-
addtessHil stamped envelope. Mana-
ge I, .IH) t'axtnn liuildllig, Chicago.
Pay You- T;.xes,
I have the tax rolls at my office fori
the following townships: Mulhall,
Marshall, Orlando, Bismarck, Oak
View and Rosehill in Logan County,
and Clear Creek, Clarkson and Para-
dise iii I'm lie Iunity i i rst half will
become delinquent January 20, 1002.
« ii Mmiiiw-
• i:.l."i p. ill. iiikI
It consists iif
chair cars, ami
The J 'ill I uiaii
•ar goes t lirougli
1.1 in is.
Has pi it 011 ;i new train known as
the "OKLAHOMA LIM1 I ED" lie-
I ween Oklahoma l ity anil Kansas t ity.
i'liis is tlir tastest ami tinest train
out of < iklabonia for Kansas t ity . St.
Li>uis and Memphis.
The "OKLAHOMA LIMlTI'Mi"
leaves oklahoma City at ti:ln p. in.,
arriving at Kansas city 1:40 ne.vt
morning. St. Louis
Memphis H> p. in.
baggage car three :i
one I I'lilhiniii.
sleeper anil one chair
to Kansas ('ity
chair car through I
one t tin nigh to Me 1111
t rain leaves Kansas i ity H:Ji
irriving at Oklal ( ity |o:.v> u. in.
I 'urt her informal ion regarding rates,
lime etc., v\ i 11 lie cheerfully giw-tili\
any I'risco Svsteui Agent or tliei
Ii. I'. Inw. I», i'. A.
W icliita. Kansas.
A l.it'at t,'Wi.|i;,|ier.
'I be Siiiiilay edit ion of The St. Louis
liepublic is i marvel of motlern n, v\-.
paper enterprise. 'I h, organi/.at ion nl
its news service is world-w.itle. roin-
plete in every departim nt; in fact, su-
perior to I lial of any ot her new spa per.
Tlie maga/.ine sect ion is illustrated
in daintily tinted colors and spl-mlid
half-tone pit'tutes. ibis sect ion con-
tains more high-class literary iiiatlei
than any of the monthly magazines.
1 he fashions illiist rate.l in natural
est>eciil|ly valuable to the
If you'll read The News a while you'll
like it. It holds the attention. It is
specially edited, l hat 's why . Itiains
and not hap-hazzard go into the make
a u se
'I wo Papers
Voii need Tiik Kntkkpkisk l»ei
it s vnur local paper. Ii ^ivesa
of news ymi can't get elsewhere.
need the News because it ^i\•
all the State news. 'J in: kntkui'uim:
and the Semi-Weekl) Xews one year
fnr only *1. "»0, cash in advance.
The News is prompt!) stopped at
ex pi rat ion nf t ime paid fnr.
When \ u <in
lie >ure and Visit
hiv, IMS of I n, r.:ir. Women uixl
I 'llilllrrn. ;i s|MM-|;i||y
OFFICE IN CITY DHUG S10HE,
Ml I II \l I OK I \
DR. M. I'. FURROW,
th'Viitl's last linlf (if I'Mi'll molllli :it iii-, nrtii-r
ill Mulliall o\ it ( itl/en-.' Uank ..I Mulhall
I nun the l.'ith to theliuili of each monlh
llljjll t I Ihh \\ Oi k %f»N|||«'«l
W. H. MATTHEWS.
A • Kiriii'j ai -l .iw
Real k>iate. I.uans. ('olleel itm.s. I iisiira ine
RentaK. lliislneNs Miilsfiieiorih iran-a -tnl
for non-residents Noturj Fuhlkr in oiliei
Mulli;ill, Ilk I.i Imo, tf
Foster & Foster,
Ol TMRIE OKI .AIIOriA.
Will |tr;tcl i>'e III i| It I lie i ouri i in the leni-
tory. Hpechil attention given to the udntlniK-
f esi a I e> nf deeeasi-d persons liv
sirr. (illi. c u\ er Rank of liidiaii
\ l*i'«itll a hie ln\est iiM'iit.
was tn,utile.I tor uhniit seven
' Willi IIIV s|.Illl:,eli .mil ill t.^.t
Inv time.'' sit v m Iv I lei,, ick
A i.i, pi
well us all t he
plate 1). T. I
forced upon him
writer knows he
we have nood lea
di«'s not want ii
no other p i>
I be noiiiiiui'
four years a«(
did not »ant
son to lielicv. I
iiuain I his \.
ies and predictions as
■ irk di me by the 1 letnis
of Oklalioina contein-
nn as tin |;, publican
course this is a Iti^'ical
M r. I vnu will accept
anllcipatiittf his nominal ion the Ilenm-
orats use jfood iuiltrniciil. for lie is de-
cidedly the stroittfesl man I lie Republi-
cans can nominate., In preparing to
contest the election anainst him the
I »eniocrats tit list necessitrily hrifttr oui
their stlongest candi lale. If Flynn
slmulii not lie a candidate and a titan
of less strength lie nominated it will
be t hat much better tor i lie opposition.
Thus, we sav. they hnlld wisely when
11'ey prepare to enter tlie campaign
mtainst Mr. I ly nit.
tit« rs with
n't hurt tho
iwfui1 ■ ri.-l.'
; diseases. Iti
once started il
• tin1 fk'sli iniil
Nd ti>c 1.1 i'u
Im t tit
S. .iiito vi lie, I ml. I spent a Ii,oil Illoil
and nevei could f;t'l invtliin^ to hen
U't* Hill il I ti ie,| Koilnl 11, ape pit i i
( 'lilt' I ii i ve talien i tt*w liol t les ;i nil
Hill entlielv well." Vim tloti'l live |.\
Wli.it toil eat, hut In wliat you dlue^t
ami as>iini ate. It \',iiii hi,mi..eli
tlllCHtl I illL'e-t f,H, I VOII a If leilliv
staivintr. Kodol llyspepsiii Cuie does
t lie stoiimi'ti's w.uk In tliyest iliif I he
foo l. ^,ni ilnn t have I,, dift. 1; ,t
all v i want Ko.ini 11\>tt s t Cure
cuit'H ,11 NtoiuNeli 11 on l.if.t t
i'lie colored comic sect ion is a gen-
uine liiiitfh maker. The tunny car-
toons tie I. ||,e I „st I It ists. '| he
hunioroiis stories are liieh class, hv
nut hoi s i if intT ional reputat ion.
Sheet music, a hiifh-class popular
solii;, is furnished free e\ei\ .siitulin
ill The i:-public.
Tlie price ot I'lie s tin11 a K pi 11 ■! if
tiy mail one war is s_'.nti I or sale hv
ill! news dealers.
Double Dail\ Servic® via the Choc-
Two fast t rains daily to Little Rock,
Hot Sprinns, and Memplilii, ti.ti.,
with cloteeonnectiotiH for St. Loul*
and ,il p..lilts No; I h. Fast and South-
\\ \fll| .V
Jr \\ els, tnl v , lli
Ilieotdei nt ;< wotnati
Je\N els tm in ;» Ithimiet <i
tn t lie HWtTMtfP \n OlIIUi
tn hi tfmt
|>l e1ei etiei
■1 iU111 v putt
I'! veil Ih
I 11k president hiis nut i>sued
orders avMiiist federal olllccrs and em-
plu.ves holding party pusltIons, says
Kdltor Admire in the Kingfisher Free
I'less, mid it is not probable that lie
vvill do so. So, it will be 11 me enough!
to discuss the chairmanship of the Ki-j
' v. it'.i ordinary f<»««1 and ; i..
icine. i hat's only bird-shot
It still advances. Good tiiv. •
charges of Scott'* Emulsion
vvill stop the advance. TI
disease feels that.
Scott s Kmulsion makes the
body strong to resist. U
soothes and toughens the linn:-
and sustains the strength until
the disease wears itself out.
Send for free sample.
SCOT r \ !<• )\S \ l i HMiii*!4 • i iVirl St , N Y
Joe aik! ji u.>, all Uruguuu
it est nt al
• W h'
n» <1 Mi tlie stei iiiinus i rt'm t
mve I lie money to | iiiclm
i v\ ulnan u ill i js|< ltd heal11. i
• vet eil u'em. I hen le! In i fm | if
iitfniliHl tliei nsiil lions con,set,ii
nnirli.M, eclils and luuneliinI
is 11\ tlie ie^nljii use ol Di.
i ir..m >> i up. It w ill pi <
Is uiest coiiNiiin pt ii«n i n it s (mi 11 \ ni iiL*
w 1111 lien I the effected luiiirs and linn
elii;il t lilies mid (il I t lie ill e;n| disejis
ti oil i I lie sy si em. It is not a eute-iil
hut it isn eejit.iin (tint4 I'm rmi^lis,enid
and nil lirnncliial t imililes. Vnu ea
Ifel Dr. (iieen h ieli;il»le reniedie.s n
C. A . I 'l iisei's I)i uy Shu \
(ii'l (iieen's Speeinl .Miiiitnat
11 e i -
••My mother was troubled with
consumption for manv vt irs. At
last she uas giv. n up to die. Then
she tried • < jerry Pectoral, fi
and 'vas spe«;di!\ cured."
D. \\ Jolh , Avoca, N. Y. 5
TIIK IJ! \ I >1 \ <»
Photo^ra p hers
The y will make you a
fine Cabinet Photo that
will make a very ac-
ceptable holiday pres-
ent, and at a price so
low you cannot fail to
have a pleasant expres-
sion, A complete line
ol everything pertain-
ing to photography is
carried: Stamps, I tnt
tons, Groups, \ icus.
I 'or traits. Kit hi rge men ts
and 1 rami s
<hir 51 Cabinets are the
biggest value e\ i r offered
by a reliable firm.
SO I'TI I E A ST
A XKW SVSTKll HE A ril I\t;,
\\ I'l'Il I IS OWN It A I l.s
M KM I'lIIS.
A -V l> MA % Y (»III K If I Ml-on I \ \ 1
POINTS 1 X TH E SOUTH K A s |'.
t.txin co.wki rin.vs ; e
I! 1 K M 1X1; II A M Fllll
MO.\T(!()M MI; V,
SA VA.WA II
A X I > VI. I, I'OIXI'S IX TIIK
l'A SSEXCJKUS A RIt A Xt. IXt;
I'Olt TIC K E'l'S I A Til E
MAIMINii AMI I Mouse, '•ijin unj
i Ah k HAMilMi. I Ornameiitul fainting
It I XI. I I XI),
II A VI |'t >( II XII,
I I. itll. I IIL' '"Il I'll l.lls l.il |i, | i v., I 4
t\ t* H..Ill-It I'. ,111 III mini 11111' n , ^
W00LYERT0K & FATHER.
thii ilfnaluN ih on every '•••x ol ti»«« genuine
Laxative Bromo^Quinine i.t
the remedy tiiut « iirm it « •»I• I in «»n«* tltiy
Docs your Iiead ache ? Pain
back of your eyes? Bad
taste in your mouth? It's
vour liver I Ajvr's Pills are
liver pills. They cure consti-
pation, headache, dj vpepsi.;.
2$C. A!l drujf jji-Is.
No matter how
your cough or hov
you have had it, Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral is' the
best tiling you can take.
it's too risky to wait
until you have consump-
tion. if you are coughing
today, get a bottle of
Cherry Pectoral at once.
Three •(><< MV . SI. All drtrRl ;|«.
II- h ii
wii.ii have ax oi't'oirrrxiTv
to ex.tor the com pouts (ik
a ItltAXU new, it'-to date
LIMI I'ED TH a ix—
tilk Soi;tii has ri:i;\
A i.i; x. lit I.ton.
Want it,i r i
b. :irti ^ l.t.vutiful
VVh. . liof.l
injJ your head
IIH V A \ SX V I)Kit,
SA 1ST Louis.
cures anv kind or headache.
*•>00 ii'\v;ir<l tor <itiy injurious
substance found in tltc.se a.psulcs.
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Woosley, Tom B. Mulhall Enterprise. (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 3, Ed. 1 Friday, January 17, 1902, newspaper, January 17, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc286183/m1/4/: accessed September 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.