The State Journal. (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, April 17, 1908 Page: 1 of 8
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The State Journal.
BIG TIME AT EL RENO.
Mulhall, Logan County, O.dahoiru, Friday, April 17, 1908.
Oklahoma Editors Will Meet There
on May 15 and 16.
Although the date set for the
annual meeting df the Oklahoma
Press association at El Reno is
over seven weeks away—May 15
and 16—the Chamber of Com-
merce and the Elks of that cit£
are already making preparations
for an elaborate entertainment.
Since the Oklahoma and Indian
Territory press associations have
united into a state organization
the membership is large and the
attendance this year w ,ii be a rec-
ord breaker. El Reno is centrally
located and has good railroad
facilities. Neither pains nor ex-
pense will be spared by the El
Reno chamber ol commerce and
the Elks organization to make the
event a great one. The city is
prepared to entertain a thousand
or more and every editor in the
new state is invited to take his
wife, sister, mother and sweet-
heart to the annual meeting.
On the evening of May 15 a
musicale, banquet and ball will
be given at the Elks home. Just
after lunch on May 16 an auto-
mob.le ride to Fort Reno and
Darlington will be a treat that
all will appreciate. At 8 o'clock
on the same afternoon the Okla-
homa City chamber of commerce
will use a special train to convey
the editorial party to Oklahoma
City, where the guests will be
entertained in a splendid manner
during the remainder of the
afternoon and evening.
Some of the best writers and
speakers in the new state will be
heard and it will pay every editor
to be present.
Mulhall Woman's Club Meeting.
The Mulha'l woman's club met
at Mrs. Ready's Monday, April
6th, with an unusually good at-
tendance. The subject of the
Bay View reading course for
next year's work was taken up
and again thoroughly discussed.
It was decided to send for the
books and magazines. A very
profitable and pleasurable year is
anticipated by the club in the
pursuance of this course of study.
Several letters were received
from the legislative comn itteein
reference to the bills now before
the legislature in which the
woman's club of Oklahoma are
interested. It was decided to
recommend the passage of the
bills, and steps were taken to
carry out this measure. The
subject for study was "India."
Three papers; as follows:
"Buddha and Brahminism," by
Mrs. L. C. Tidball; "Caste," by
Miss Alford and "Mythology,"
by Mrs. G. W. Burford, were
read and discussed by the mem-
bers. Some interesting current
events were related. Roll call
was answered by quotations
from "The Light of Asia," by
[First published April 10,1908.]
State of Oklahoma,
County of Logan.
IN COUNTY COURT.
Notice is hereby given that on the
9th day of April, A. D. 1908, H. C.
Franke filad in the County court of
the County of Logan and State of Ok-
lahoma, a petition praying for Letters
of Administration to be issued to her,
H. C. Franke, upon the estate of Carl
Franke, deceased, late of the County of
Logan and State of Oklahoma.
And pursuant to an order of said
County Court, Saturday, the 2nd day
ol May, A. L)., 1908, at the hour of 2
o'clock P. M., of said day, that being a
day of the regular May term, A. D.,
j 1908, of said County Court, has been
j appointed as the time for hearing said
application, when and where any per-
s°n interested may contest said petition
by filing written opposition thereto on
I the ground of incompetency of the ap-
plicant, or may assert his own rights to
j the administration and pray that
j Letters be issued to himself.
| ^ Witness*J. C. Strang, Judge of the
; County Court of the County of Logan,
, and the seal of the Court affixed, the
! 9th day of April, A. D., 1908.
(seal) J. c. STRANG,
Edwin Arnold. The club ad-
journed to meet in two weeks
with Mrs. Philips. A musical
program is arranged for the
Tired mothers, worn out by the
peevish, cross baby have found
C sc sw e a boon and a blessing.
C sc sw et is for babies and chil-
dren, and is especially good for
the ills so common in cold weath-
er. Look for the ingredients
printed 011 the bottle. Contains
no harmful drugs. Sold by A. B.
Raffington, R. P.
s County and City News, i
Miss Emma Pfeiffer will short-
ly leave for Omaha, Nebraska,
to visit this summer with rel-
atives at Omaha and Arlington.
Miss Mary Pettyjohn, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Pettyjohn,
of Redrock, has been appointed
matron at the Otoe Agency In-
Warren Fretz, who has been
visiting his grandfather, N.
Basinger, went to his home in
Oklahoma City Sunday. —Or-
C. C. Mueller went down to
Mulhall Monday to sell oil. He
was accompanied by his cousin,
H. D. Kueck, who is here visit-
ing with Mr. Mueller and other
relatives. —Orlando Clipper.
The State Journal received
word from Will Wesley, advising
that he is now located at Offerle,
Kansas, having been recently
at Zenith, Kansas, ordering a
change in address of his State
^ The Daily State Capital and
The O' lahoman can be purchased
every morning at the postoffice.
Either 15 cents a week, or 50
cents a month. Ask for copies.
These papers are ready for sale
immediately after postoffice is
The entertainment given by
H. H. Gostanian and aunt of
Armenia, at the M. E. church
Wednesday night, was well at-
tended and much appreciated by
all. They are preparing them-
selves to return to Armenia as
Rain prevailed again Monday
and Tuesday, keeping up the
pace set last week. Oklahoma
can stand all kinds of rain, and
drobth, too, for that matter, but
prefers the former to the latter.
Let the rains come, and we will
not worry about raising a crop.
There was sure enough pre7
cipitation last week to last for a
good while. With the exception
of the first day of the week, it
rained every day. Sunday, how-
ever, the clonds had disappeared
and it was bright and sunny all
day, doing immense good to
If you want the Sunday Globe-
Democrat, Republic, Post-Dis-
patch, Oklahoman, Capital,
Dallss Morning News, or any
Sunday paper reaching here not
later than Sunday morning or
evening, you can get them at the
postoffice. You can get them by
the month, or each Sunday.--19tf
Mrs. Sam Garrett and grand-
daughter, Marie, left on the
morning train Tuesday for Guth-
rie, where they went to be in
readiness for the big Miller
Bros.' show Wednesday. Uncle
Sam went down Wednesday
morning. Their grandson, Sam-
mie, we understand, will be con-
nected with the show this season.
Banker Kincaid is building one
of the finest and biggest dwell-
ing houses in Mulhall. He has
added three large rooms to the
older part of the house, and will
remodel the house throughout
with an eye to comfort, and
modern style and convenience.
A bath, large and comfortable
sleeping rooms, French windows
and doors will be included in the
remodeling. When entirely com-
pleted, it will be one of the finest
residences in Mulhall. G. W.
Spickelmeir, late of Kansas, but
now a permanent resident of
Oklahoma, is doing the mechani-
cal work. Mr. Kincaid hopes to
have the building entirely com-
pleted by June.
Tone up the system, start out
right in the spring of the year
and be right all the time. Try
"Pride of Perry" flour, it wiil
serve you right.
Aunt Matt's Talks From Route 2.
Easter greetings to all.
Stella Carter was a Mulhall
"Tutie" Kemp is on the sick
list this week.
The garden truck is growing
fine since the rains.
Oh, Lizzie dear, don't get
angry; here's a kiss.
Mrs. Charles Brown and sister,
Irene Kemp, returned home
from Crescent Saturday.
Mrs. L. P. Strothman is ex-
pecting her brother-in law, Frank
Strothman, for a visit this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom B. Woosley
of Mulhall, and Mr. and Mrs.
Mont Kemp were the guests at
dinner at the Sol Pfeiffer home
A big cut or a little cut, small
scratches or bruises or big ones
are healed quickly by DeWitt's
Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve. It
is especially good for piles. Get
DeWitt's. Sold by A. B. Raffing-
ton, R. P.
Cheyenne—"News and Gags."
Mrs. George Barnard went to
Hello! Easter greetings to all
our State Journal readers. ■
Miss Grace Kemp attended
Sunday school in town Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brown
went to Kansas Tuesday evening.
Measles and mumps are disap-
pearing now after being in al-
most every home.
It makes no difference now
whether "glassies" are worn
under or over the nose.
Of all the things in the wrorld
that are "better late than never,"
going to bed certainly ranks first.
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Gumm, who
recently went to the new country,
are reported on the road back to
"Well, Billy," said an old
farmer to a young city swell,
"when you take that 'ere plug
hat off, and spit two or three
' times, there aint much left of
you, is there?"
A lady the other day, meeting
a girl who had lately left her
service, inquired: "Well, Ethel,
where do you live now?" "Please
ma'am, I don't live anywhere
now," replied the girl, "I am
There is a man in New Albany,
Indiana, so forgetful of faces,
that his wife is compelled to keep
a wafer stuck on the end of her
nose that he may distinguish her
from other ladies; but even this
does not prevent him making
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