The Mulhall Enterprise. (Mulhall, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 45, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 13, 1897 Page: 4 of 4

bo yea*!'
The Mulhall Enterpiis.
INiblUhed • very Satnvdnr. | f
LOCAL
Hhort Ti ju
N EW'
» Monty.
liAVtt » T«w lkoiii>«Ml «l«»ll.ii - t•» |.lnt <•
I fHriu- in Kiunli Amount* nucl for nny tiiim iru.a »»
| jftMi ti|i Call ami •••Scarr A llrown.
| Till* I'llice in grimily ill iieiil of
low rule Scan* iV
Ui « Tanr, to ml' *•
Mix Mmiili', "
iulvn tised 101,
jflMES H. BCfl BH,
Kriilur ami Proprietor
Mti.HAi.i, Nov. Li, ISiti.
Pip vat Tii' Maa POST No. II,
l| A I) llMta «!«•»AralSainrilay in
** * iiioitili at Prfuliyivriaii eilurcli
M F roller, P 0
A B Wood, A»l.i.
af&am
"lUT ST JoiikIodik N.v ti. Miv..
llnll H.nuijUy "i. <" I'*
iht full iiwii '•< V""'""
I" W M
llanry Papln. Secy
I O O F
Maonoi.ia I.odck No. 1.' Mania
. nt O.l l Fellow'* 11 mH «"• Krliltiv
• vanlnff of en«'li week . Viaitii.g brother# »1wm>h
Cor.lmlly wclconm.
W M Hal field N O
Harry Long. Secy.
THE MARKETS
Knit
Call In.
rotton
Wheat
$1.(10
2.00 2R0
♦ I ,1.0 |o ♦.'• 15

« Snctoi Hon
Potiilom
All pric»a Milijnrt lo ehnntro i
«, T. & S. F. R. y.
MUhUAhh TlilM TA HUB:
NO It'll I HOUND
Nft.4<Ml..C|lliWK» I'.xiim-i «»■
No. 4H* . K fund ('liln.iiiro hxpieH* .1 ..il p. m.
No I.final I'mmlil
Si H I'II HUIJNI*.
No 405 T®*»« •' xi ri'aa.. 10 W I-»•«
No 4(1?. .OkIn., ini.l lnx. Kxpre«* H n ». ni
No. 491 . i.m-iil Fmlglil * «t p. in.
All llieac Iniin* rurrv pnMenurrn. Tinki-iw
aliouM lie iuirnliiinn.l linlurn milerliiK llin curs
* hi 0|.plin.uti«iii ini'l liy uiylinf infill" .lays n--
tlne. lliriM.gli luknln will tin iilidii'd l<> nil
|n • i ii I ^ llnimiiKn rhnrkml I li i■« >i ijs Ii •
l',ill or wt ild I'm m>y I"r"y "'g1'V.";cl<ror k.
Annul.
rANTF.h-TRrs t woimn AM. M I IN I
irmi.lani'-n or hullo*
mliln. i.n|iil.li-lir.| Iioiiao In iikliili-'O-n M.iiitl.ly (
♦T. (Hinn.l nxpnimri. I'.ni tloii ki»' i.I IC.n -
• una. K ii ••lorn nall-ii'lilmsiH il nlnincnil fn '< I 1
«»!•«. Dm Dominion < • iinpiiny. Dept. Y (Jliinnan j
Money to loan,
Ilrown
her hoist} >
thin place to-dvy.
Uotteimun's is the pluze to Wuy it «
mower and ritUe.
Thnnhsfflvinir. Nov. 25. Turkeys j
urn already hiding out.
Mrs Monroe lias gone to Kansas to I
v.sn.illl dm i if lh« •' ' ',mv
We can aeil you a hi«l» Iii'K1* ' • l,('
bicycle for lehs than $30, "0.
F.verythintf ill ivuhlmnn's Kernel*
Koluuin bnin new thfs weelc.
1'arent*. see that your children are
in Sunday school bo me where.
Have your book* and magazine llles
bound at ili« Knterprlse olllce
Dr. Furrow extracts teeth positively
without pain, by the now process.
Stop »'t Kemp's Hotel when at
Mulhall and you will never regret il.
Sweariiifiren, the best photographer
in Cluthi'io is located opposite the post
ofllcc.
If you don't believe it pays to ndver-
ilso, just drop in and ask Kuhlmnn a-
bout it.
Our cotton gin '»« running night and
day now and can't keep lip with the
business al that.
Our relations with Spain lire be-
coming more strained and war is a
inong the possibilities.
We would lie very glad to seli a few
yearly readings in the traveling li
brary at $1 00 per year.
Kottn nian Uros. will sell yo i lum-
ber and building material, all NEW
and clean at honest prices.
Insure your buildings, stocU, grain
etc. against lire, lightning, and tor-
ii'ido with Sean and Hrown.
() II. Harnard will havo a sale of
stock and tools at his place inile?
south west of town on the 23.
Nweariligen, the photogrnpher,
giliirantees satislaclion on all his
(Jnthrie.
J
?4
I
-2& l<u- : \
■ r »J» AND'
I
rarari,r*'j,
■ , v, -n
RER FSfftjE, eop.N5 f
AND
INSURANCE
must ill
I tell l
LIST Vnl'R r-flP"
i Okl ilioma farm.
[| acre farm in Taney i
I an ti V i
:h ii.l/.f
( iiiineliHv
If qtinnp
11U1
foiiceil, kiii ill Iiki>«*
paatiire. K icu;ir»r ui
No. SUB. fiOncrn
i in RiiiKculd C . lo
H»a. in llmlinr, Imlitr
i «O0 Price $2400-
ve and to pei'-
ll us.-) ioi i ol i>l
I). Mc
Itotleinuiii has th*i iinest line of
collius, caskets and undertaking s.ip-
' plies to be found in the county, and
! his prices can't be duplicated in Hie
territory.
f'liil! Tonic i.i acl*now J
he ti s . l'h> s'Ciatu use j
,. f|i »• guaranteed,
, la irl"sv and hit
ess nSOee * 1 ml tIt 8
; —seven years or any other varieiy, ul*
so Tetter. ItiugWdrm, etc. Gtiaran-
leed to cure. l'l ice GO cents it l». x
in ii pttl xys- oi wnoopinsr eoogn.
if you have been annoyed by a con-
stant tickling in the throat, you can
f e v line of One Minute
ugh Cuic. which g vts quica »c..ti.
D. McConnehey.
Patents
dmions,
COPY^ICHTt *0.
Anfonp BpnllnB » .net dnorlptlon m.T
*,*-.j,- .v HlHtaM . ommanlcM oi - -
STKKS:
Patents taken through Munn A to. recti!?*
•pociul notice lu the
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN,
11 :n« x in nthi. >|»nclinnn copies and UiKO
buut on Patents aout free. AddrcȤ
MUNN & CO.,
301 tJroaduny, New York.
OeWitt'5 Witch Ha/el Salve
Cures Piles, fe'.alds. barns
dlltS •
10 use!
dpi
ifle
have yuu to trade fori ' ' " ^ ' ... ' . . , • i \ T t
• h . j .ni.i (mi 1 i' i e u on Ul l.ring % j | +
inn eiii.iic r» .ief 1). Mm oniiehey. \/ \/ I I I I \
V y £ 1 O 1 V
and f I in. ii Ii v. oivii. i I. i.xi well
mr iinproveinnnla, plonly i»| ^ood
, Kfiofl '( roum lituiite, irood b un
Kottermail attends mid personally
,N, superintends arrangements at fuller
a s where lie furnishes the undertak-
wel ,ntf-
u U. U Kleener will net as agent f
thi <> Slenlil U usher. I'

I and ('.inner, and wil .veil l-oth • I1
i ad i err i«oi \.
•l ivi-r, 7 a
ttlierrlcsand piuiiih
4 room iIw. I ii.k i,
clalurnal ilie liotisn
Burn largo oiioug!i
from Uuil.lt
cliuroli and I*.
:iii I irKf .111.1 li«n
good noiid tion,
good spring oil
toi" I'iglil liorsai,
I. I llll . t"l H I dill,
- ' ,\ M'>:D—'THUS i woli. IIY an
pcur|:i>. VV K'lUlniiinn "r India* lo iriivn
nil ir lui .1 m i Ii In. aHiHliliaimd hoiigf i" 1 '
$ii.'. (H)Hnil nxpeiiHai. I'
ntjiiionifl j Kind one Hell mid
iho fnrm ojie. The Domiutou Collidan v, I »ept. Y
1 iiii. t.i I
In millivu I ion.
nihil
. Kf
KiOOfnel of eli I
to raise r,«'ii eli
very linn uirts
raieu 200 Iiokh
Willi a l.i- in to 10x1 SI I
g.'o.l a l u 111 «• li> I lift, |>|i
cleared off. imw It K v
Imr mm l>o disi'oced of.
mn 1.1iiii.
»f a cla.«
school.
tif young
ii»t Puiillaljeil Oct no, im)7
JVofn'C for fublii'ition,
I.hii I Oltlen nt
T. )
\
Nolloe l« liernliv given tluil tlm |.illmvin«
HHtiif'l Bi'ttlnr lin- lllnd ntitif-n ..i l,h int..,. mi. f.
in like lln ul .•! t In -n|i|nirt ul lif' rlii iiii Hi" i
M|,| ur-iof will »»• made before II *1 ei
ud Rocelvai - nth en !>• «• T, l#n »lt
Kdwn ' 1 .1'lla. CI "kat ■ . Ohln
for tlmS W >4 H,. «:M l- N I
lla name* llin following wiliif-Hi « to prove lil-
itonllniM'iii inhiilcnne upon and niilliviUn-ii ol,
aaid. via.-
Pi ill p .1 Fix. Willlnin M »rrill. Tolm W
MoAKiuu
id -i •. li ii ll.
. nil ol ( Inrkai
A.N .1 Clt
W
w ri'ii—rim -1 woiftin v • '»
wentli'innn m 1 idle. f.. 'inv I «•
• «>Mlitlill>ln'*l II • i■*'• m Okl 'Inn i •
work. Opposite post ntm
Another teacher is greatly needed
at the rrcsbyteri
lo take charge
ladi s.
Hon. II. ('. Thompson has assumed
control of the Marshall's olllee and
the heads of most of the faithful have
fallen.
Miss Maggie Keller rriviil hoin.'
f. !•: t fth Kan. Inat Mondiiy.
.•sun will remain h'jre till Mrs. Keller
returns.
The Walton Trust Co. of HutlerMfi .
will in ah e a few loans in this vicinity
at a low rate of interest, fall on Scni •
& Hrown.
l». D W. Keller attended n meet-
Notice.
• i.re n.i eli ii-ar i My, Mi. «a A lint her series of 11 oineseeker's Ex-
ai»i»iii lui i tri'i * in o«l ciirsions has been arranged and all
1 " 1 stei agents ill Ill's.i Iowa, Missouri, Kao's.
l"'" M i,v j and Nobraske are authorized to an
ken>, balance of tlio fence l< rail, | . , *
koo.i ruii'i. t,: v ,.r„, ,m U'Our.M trip tickets to Oulahoiue for
min lux.'i-', in- iioiihc i-xisfi. one fare plus two dollars. Tickets
i a j on sale Sept. 21st., Oct. 5th, and 19th.t
•' "H-n j Xov. 2nd, and ltltli , Dec. 7th,and 21st,
IKttT. Tickets good twenty-one days
from date of sale. Slops are allowed
go'ng but no s'.ops allowed returning.
Advise youe fi ud> expiciinir t• > visit
Oklahoma of these excursions.'
W. il Hitchcock, Ag't.
There's
mars must ds
>0fne
sjNow see
In ll ti \
ide I'M Oklaliu-
1C t
r
V_y
This is a li on 11 h \ country, bat
people will die in any country.
Itntlerman for inulei taking,
charga for personal allenilaneo.
N«:
l ii \s I',. IJIM.in««»LI-:V, C i
Capitol
Ba9S\.
--i'L
ilAMTitn rVNj
Has to oiler this WEEK.
A.
Notice.
We've just returned from a I lip to
Miasoari and need money. AH pf i ties
• iudebtod to us are requested to call at
' once and adjust their nccounls.
—V. Ciiebf r Co.
\ Hug ol Virgin Gold
is among the possibil tics of i.-ining
at KioiuilUe. 'Tis too late to «iari
now, but hefoiv the season reopens
y hi should post yourself about Hie
district, the mining laws, and other
essentials. Reliable information,
with explanation of mining terms,
K . : i lv ill I lie I he
Km Kent
mi WV"}U-
LA. *a*JH\A.K> kl JLX.A\ A iJ
JUVENILE HOLIDAY
STANDARD SUBSCRiTION
BOOKS
Ity the W, II Coukey C iinpany, the
largest publishers and mniiiifacturers
of books in the IT, S. Finest line of
new holiday and other subscription
books "ti the market.
Aueuts wauled for THE SILVER
M DE, I lie latest and best lexi-bo.-k nil
t in* silver question by the great silver
Itadors,
EXCLUSIVE TEHHI I OR V
A U(i' ST COMMISSIONS.
I{ 'CES HE LOW COM PETITION,
u l ite at once for circulars and special
• lei ins. s illing choice of l> rritoi \.
W, 11. (ON KEY COMPANY,
1.111 lo 351, Deurborn St , — Chicago.
THE NEW WAY.
WOMEN used
to think " fe-
maie diseases "
could only be
treated after "lo-
c a 1 examina-
tions" by physi-
cians. Dread of
such treatment
kept thousands of
modest women
silent about thoir
suffering. The in-
_ troducilon of
Wine of Cardul has now demon-
strated that nine-tenths of all the
cases of menstrual disorders do
not require a physician's attention
at all. The simple, pure
Whft&M
taken in the privacy of a woman's
own home insures quick relief and
speedy cure. Women need not
hesitate now. Wine of Cardui re-
quires no humiliating examina-
tions for its adoption. It cures any
disease that comes under the head
of "female troubles"—disordered
menses, falling of the womb,
"whites," change of life. It makes
women beautiful by making them
well. It keeps them young by
keeping them healthy. $1.00 at
the drug store.
For advice In cases requiring special
directions, address, flvinr symptoms,
the "Ladles' Advisory Department.'
I The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chatta-
! nocga, Tenn.
W. I. ADDISON, M.D., Cary, Miss., says:
"I use Wino of Cardul extensively In
my practiceand find il a most excellanl
preparation lor female troubles
guthrie, ok -loiyif-i.
Capita , Paid up..
Surplus,
. $50,000.00,
.s10,000 00.
One of liis neighbor
lie replied, "No com
—. EXACTLY TITK CAS1C with mv p itrons *1 ]•
WHOLE STORE FULL OF They will bo more than satisfied, tli y will
oypTir']]
** • ; ; 'ft
\ .. 8 >, • y p 1
_ U U il
was askoil "What coniplaint?"
itiiit at I'll, everybody satisfied,'
VE fVBODY SATISFIED
lie delighted with the SiI-
i verware which I am giving mv ciiHtonn-rs IV
1 ei ve <
den T.
The
rilori iL.
To Cure a Cold In «)ih* l>ay.
'Ink » I /j \ ul i ve amnio Quinine TtildeH. All
Jlmitgl*la iclinid lies nullify if ll lui ft to ('tin.'.
NO I ICE
All parlies knowing llieniselvcs iu-
dehted tome, plea>c call and sellleat
once. F. Z. lvim aid
For Sale.
Mv farm -1 miles North
Mulhall. Inquire of This
liiott. Ft. Sill. I ml. Ter
Easl of
McDer-
w hu ll v
and the
one year for $l..">0
Uncle George McNeil concluded he,
! t'ouldn't get along without the Enter
' prise any lougei and so renewed h s
! subsciiptifii tli's week.
| The Preslivterlan Sunday school be
i ^ins promptly at I0:uu A.M. Come
I promptly if you
I lie llol inn ti Mnj \ iew>.
vaudeville en'erlainmeiit given
lie l'linca City pnlic las < t by the
;'orcd a tleeided success and kept the
udienee in continuous roars «»f laugh- j
lieadnchc, sal
pet 'I Vila
W
ave mad. nrraugeji cuts l»\
e can fend you the Enterprise j fioni start to finish. The
Xex&t Stock JYirni Jownwl J stars atm artists In their several
lire
t Little J
Hints or
'J'liey
iipation, sick
: 'oss of up-
| l)o" I
■ ■> Risers for these
ju would have been 1
re small pills but!
•n r7" 73 TTTH Cf
H [i ll A(! H H \
iiliiiiiiiJDiiu
.1 ill cusf j ! 11 ir m
to the vnhle of 10 Pf r cent
' C "t-: or Ton Dollil':
tl.c
lUlS OFFER:
i li jiurclmsc at my store a coupon
am •tint of his purchase, whether i(
secure elegant silverware absolutely free,
jit. Your own choice of articles.
p.icith
M otTe
jollilic:
s. It is a
d :inyoue,
' •mid in»
Utile
; U'TII lenilutm-H. I). McCiiinieliey.
i Llllle npella of (sv«r, Ullte oln|li ao
I. Mmkft Ihe iiiighlv irriivi. mil
When I say SLEDGE ;w c> BRAQWfll
HASVlRflERS" I mean
•it ail your purchases and
No chance or lottery about
MULHALL, 0. T
man
silo'
Come lute
you mitst. Hut com e.
We have nianv calls for farms t
Mite
Marks' Old lleliable
Livery, feed, sale ami breeding stable
Is always at the front. Ilest teams
and ligs in tlie county t'oi long, haul
driving.
For Sale or Trade.
The best paving piecu of properly ill
town is the Fanners' Restaurant, and
Wagon Yard. Hut owing to Mrs, .
Flevnei's failing health they will sell
it cheap or trade for a good farm, j
leave
in supply
nil.l :
a. .1.
rent. 1 f you want a geod i
your farm with us and we
you,—Scarr and Ilrown.
I)r. Furrow will again visit our city
ihc >'(», '-7, -s. and 3d, of >iovcmbei
prepared t<> perform every operaliou
known to dental science.
.1. R Hradwell advertises a sale for
Nov. 18,— next Thursday. He will
sell everything including stock, feed,
loo's and household goods.
For up to date Dentistry, see 1)»
Furrow November 20, 27, 28, 251. 30.
Inquire at Fanners' Restaurant,-1L j Remember he is no fake and you can j p ,nonage
\y, Fleener, well afford to wait for him.
I Our old neighbor .las Ilutchigrm *, ,,r tlie
lOO Fnvelopea for Nothing ; came down from l'oiu'a ( t.v la^t
niu liiK tli« monlli or Ocloliei- to . •• uidiiy lo assist m mm.iiKii.tr the
pry one paying one dollar advnn
subscrlplion to the ICnlerprine, v
will give one hundred good envelopes i Searr and Hrown have the tax rolls
with return card and name printed. uf Mulhall, Orlando, HosehiP, His-
absolutely free. To others we will ; niaick, Oak View and Marshall town
sell them at only 25 cents ships, andean receive your taxes at
■ .hi.m,-. any time though they will not I)
j till Dec. 15.
Delmore is super
vIII please voti;
a rm baby; llol man
a comm* nil' a gwine; l i
is Indeed a musical w
numbers were all excelle
of applause greeted ea
which were responded t
pleasing, Indeed. Song
I illilia
re's v
inkie
ml : Me ailgi
• Ill's ' III] To
i.'Ues the ban
e;il! liy men.
isleless und
Running soi •
iinilar trouble
. i*s standin
ig I )e Will's
1 band
le of Cheat-
I a ken iuiw ami t hen
■nil' women and I lie
Fut up in both the
it tor styles. D. Me-
When at Guthrie to call
Another invoice of tlio*e 29 cent
blakkkts. \m
K(4
fascinators 25 cts. g
. in lo.ent ulcers and j v\/,
• n though of many ' ^fe are selling lots of those ^6.00 , ^
may be cured hv us ' -nit-. Conic in QUICK if you->77
V it eli Hazel
LEOGE HUMMER P|CaSC
prices Rgmemberi ai biakenevs I
^' cuielry. Music fi Optical vA
S GOOD STOCK Store,
In every li)ie. All hinds of HViic/i, Clock mid Jeicchy uo>k promptly (j\
done. tiptcial care given to the fit tiny of (jUikscx, All t rork fully war-
r runted. W- M. ULAKKTiEY, Jeweler and Graduate Optician.
With llmfro's J)ruy House, Guthrie, (J. T.
ami il:<
- 7 he r
\ his i
Whitmore hr
an', and bakery t«i Ralston
Ilalsted, Kan, They have l
stock and fixtures into tli
building two doors south
operate a first class bakery a
house. They are pleasant"p
and solicit a share of tli
alve. It want one.
pile i, moc,ey. r^ji vvooJ skirling 40 in. JOHN H RON
• onic gi iiinblers never grumbl
•atliam's Chill Tonie. It '
n 1 tier than recommended, u.n ,r i • a n
We have just received another
invoice of M AUK INTOSIIES in all
ill sell them at $.'1.00
deep
50 els
| sonic goat on the occasion of the ini
I tiation of several new members
Notice.
For Ihe information of stockmen ex-
pecting tn ship slock cattle into Ivan's,
fiom Oklahoma, the following ollicial
notice ree'd today, elated Nov 11 Hi. '(.»7.
Southern cattle will be admitted into
Kan's without permit on and after
Nov. i.vh Is.'7 Instead of Dee. l>' 1897,
W. 15. Hitchcock, Ag't.
r •• nteed to cure. Put up in 1 .■«.
'1 1 - el ess and bit ter st yles Gun
' • I. The Tasteless in 50 en,is
ea. 1). McConnehey.
! lie "Hicvelist's Hest Friend'' is a
t 'Mili ar name for I).'Wilt's Witeli
!I■•/.■'! S;i 1 ve, always ready for einer-
•neies. While a specific for piles, it
I •• Lo install* l v relieves and cures cats,
size?
Ladies' wool milieus .lb
Men,* Blaek Fur HAT, Latest stjle
$1,00 ami 81.-3
TIipfu liats are wortli lioutilc the
In nises, suit rlioum, eczema ami nil! money, but we bought them at ;i
iiiT.-i'tioiia of I lie skin, It never fitila. snap and t-■ 11 f'• • neway.
I). McConnehey.
If. still ill the 1,1 VliltV litis|N 1CSS
iiiul will fit nt mil you with anything
in his line nt reasonable rales.
Horses hoarded by ihe day or
week. Alwa\s to lie found at. tin
MULHALL,"
iiirii on Main Street,
OKL HO A.
J.
W.
A 50 cents Iron Tonic. rare Solu-
ble Iron eom'vntrated, and pare Amor-
phous Quinine is contained ill Cheat-
• due
W'
] a vtko--'rttr stw iilHIIY am. mtivi.
gentlemen «»i iiulie* t" truvnl fnr -
• iiili'f«lalili»ln,il linim • in • »k Inl»«iio»» M« nt lily
HiilYOU nml riinnnM** I'.mlii.i i Ktrmlv. Ili'frr-
«iw r kih'iii«c »»'l1 -ii'lilif»i««.«•<i KtmiiMi'il «n v>-i-
o|ii*. Tin* llulli in Ion <". oi. | m ii >•. i 'I* 111. Y CIncHU'i
Lost
i Siippo'
THE
Choctaw
LINE
V A CT
TO
and
THE
OUTII-
The sewing machine agent is just
now very busy among the farineis;
but how they can sell machines at
from $"i to ?su, guaranteed for o
years, when we can »>ell you machines
f illy as good and guaranteed for 10
Z j years for jess than half the money, Is
more than we can understand,
|
f the
u ried
No i
chills.
i)IT by
Leaves Old a hi
QUICKEST TIME TO
1 URT SMI I II. ARK.
LITI'L ROCK. ARK.
M KM THIS, TI NN
, w way to mivertise this coun-
ty daily at j try is to send your home paper to »ome
| friend ill the K«St, North or South.
As a special inducement to do this
from now to Sept. 1st. we will for
ll./io semi you the F.ntcrprise one full
j, r.
II olden, 'l iiifllc Mhi tiger,
Hoiiili Me \lenier, I
»ar and uK-
Will uo
big wheat
glorious en
id it IV
i feud.
ike periot
e thi
a fine large ca?
il to have boon
Cheat ham's Chill Tonh
offered, il is gone foi good. I'lit up
in both Tasteless ami bitter sty!, t.
Cure (i uiirantocd Tasti U-ss mi cents.
I). McConnehey.
If you want a tii>-1 class sewing ma-
chine, organ or piano without paying
fabulous price-, call and m-.< u-»
No Cripe
When you take Hood's Pills, Ti.'I»Ir. otd fnsh-
ioned. sugar-eoateil pills, wh a tear you all :
|iU>ces. ar.• not In It Willi iiooU'h. Kas\
Hood's
toner up c
purifier, o
nehey.
Small pi
! reat inis«
Kai Iy Risei
si/.e, but mi
, ;ng the ii ■
ami stoma
const ipat io
I ite ti e bo
I Scarr an
i insumnct
s Chill l'on
strengthnor,
f the system,
ni v hO cents.
appot i/,er,
and blood
1). McOon-
i at ions often prevent
Is. I)e Witt's Little,
are very Hinail pills ill
lost efle. iive in prevont-
sei ions forms of liver
troulT's. J hey cure:
».i and be t i • die and legu- i
»\\i i. D. .McConnehey.
ml Hrown will
ill one of ihe
write your
•Mi •' •• ml
Fleece-liiio. i...■ per
yard
A nice black wool 1). " . i I.iio
Men's Heavy Wool HAT »50
Boys' and men's 50 cl. n
caps 25 cts
;> Pairs (iood COT TON SOX .25
Ladies' heavy glove grain shoes 1 00 j
Men's fifty ct mule skin
mittens 2b cis [
Men's
ISOM'S
CITY
BEHIBMM — — —— TTn
All kind., ol' I'resl
and cured meats
always on hand.
Main Street,
MARKET.
.hest market
price always paid
for green hides
Mulhall, 0. T.
suite with 50
i nV I' Bn
■t susp r-
ts
.1.10]
00
tnlv.lt
til. en
*y to operate. Is true
n •• >i wiiir.i ar«* !
e.p to date In every ri f-peot. j
Btttf, certain and sure. All
drng^ista. I. Hood
ILomdy Pills to Uli« nilh II
accomplish n»
Sllff"' 111.1
rti
> while
I )e-
•lie pd's
lies iiV-cKit
j. J J
Men' line d.ess
$125
toshes
shoes
J. Jones
r
IQei^eral [^erel^ai^di^
kind ol'Sew-
Su 11 j >1 ifs.
Repaired.
- WS")|V.^I
ISewing Machines, "i
1 k:nds of Sewing Machit
- :,V—^">'
that c!e :
McC ji;n»
ihat organ, quickly.. 1).
M i,'-
\|,
11'.IV
||,... v'
l'.uits
Under*
L-U ;V BS 4| mjWg
I can loan you more money and give you
belter terms lhan you can gel elsewhere
W. il MATlHtWS
Office on Main St. MULHALL. OKLA,

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Scarr, James H. The Mulhall Enterprise. (Mulhall, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 45, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 13, 1897, newspaper, November 13, 1897; Mulhall, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc286285/m1/4/ocr/: accessed August 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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