The State Journal. (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, March 13, 1908 Page: 1 of 8
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The State Journal,
Mulhall, Logan County, Oklahoma, Friday, March 13, 1908.
THE STATE JOURNAL. I neath the
established dec. 19, 1902. ! Passenger
wheels of Santa Felof Kay county,
Train 405 tonight as bv the cars at
Entered December 19. 1902, at Mul-1 ^ra^n was entering the sta-
hall,Oklahoma, as seoond-class matter I tion. Details are scant, as no
undcr Act.of Conlress of March:..1®79 one witnessed the death of the
permanent office of publication: post ; officer, but the supposition is
office building, mulhall, oklahoma. : that he attempted to leave the
'Phono No. 39.
tom b. wooslev, editor
bessie r. wooslcy, assistant.
Report of the condition of
THE MULHALL STATE BANK,
At Mulhall, in the State of Oklahoma,
at the close of business February 29th,
train before it came to a full
: stop. He was a passenger on
the train bouad for this city from
his home at Newkirk.
His body was found about
| two blocks north of the station.
He was mangled and was dying
when assistance reached him.
,Parties arrived on the scene in
who was killed
night. The funeral and burial
occurred at Newkirk, the home
of the deceased.
Gray Bros., proprietors of "the
store of the people," have an ad-
vertisemeot in this issue of The
State Journal, in which the very
timely subject of shoes is made
the feature. This firm now has
the agency of the celebrated
Peters Shoes, and invite the
trade to investigate the merits of
this famous make of shoes.
.. tut- , i Baker & Graves, the Corner
time to hear him say It hasLi.„„„ , . , . . *
J i store people, have a big adv. in
Loans and Discounts
Overdrafts, secured and
Furniture and Fixtures
Cash and Sight Exchange
killed me." He expired without
saying anything further.
The wheels of the train passed
over the middle of his body and
horribly mangled him.
His body will be sent to New-
ladies of the Catholic
issue in which some great
prices are made. We doubt
whether the mail order houses
abywhere can beat the prices
made, quality considered. The
local mercharts have the mail
order houses to figkt, and to our
way of thin^ng, we believe that
this is the most effective way of
Capital stock paid in - $ 5,000 00
Undivided profits, less ex-
penses and taxes paid - 2,325 77
Individual deposts subject to i 7
check .... 3?,525 42! j
Time certificates of deposit 5,263 95 I f
Cashier's checks outstanding 253 01 1
will postpone their Bazaar until d0*0# it. Take particular notice
the first Saturday after Easter of the Pricfes raade on dress
on account of it being the Lenten £°ods> hats and shoes.
season. All those who have
promised donations will be called
on for same before the time of having
the opening of the Bazaar.
Blackwell District News.
Such beautiful weather we are
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County and City News.
Total - $44,368 15
State of Oklahoma, 1
County of Logan, I
I, W. R. Kincaid, Cashier of the ]
above named Bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true and
that said Bank has no other liabilities
and is not endorser on any note or ob-
ligation other than that shown in the
above statement, to the best of my
knowledge and belief, so help me God.
W. R. Kincaid, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 4th day of March, 1908.
Wm. T. Dwinnell,
[SEAL:] Notary Public.
My commission expires Dec. 6, 1909.
R. M. Kincaid )
A. E. Kinciad i
Death of S. G. Ford at Ponca.
Messages were received in
Mulhall Tuesday "morning by
James and Will Ford announcing
the death of S. G. Ford, their
nephew, and son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Ford, of Newkirk, well
known in Mulhall. Mr. Ford
was sheriff of Kay county, and
the following, taken from the
associated press reports, is the
brief story of his death:
Ponca City, Okla., March 9.
—S. G. Ford, sheriff of Kay
county, was crushed to death be-
Farmers in this section are
busy sowing oats.
Mumps are as thick as bees in
Misses Minnie Bocox, Maude
.—*_m.—McKinley and Lucille Robison
Mrs. John Taylor, who has are sick with the mumps. Also
been very sick for several days ivan Pocoox and Chas. Gordon
with lagrippe, is better. ! Born t0 Mr and Mfs Austjn
Remember the dramatic en- Blackwell, March 6, a baby boy.
tertainment as the opera house j Miss Irene and Walter Hebbe
Saturday night, March 14, 1908. are visiting' their sister, Mrs.
Given for sweet charity sake.1 Austin Blackwell.
Benefit the Penrod family. j Weli? Hustler has been asleep
Boedecker Bros, are still be-; a long time and has failed to
fore the reakei s of The State write for The State Journal, but
Journal with an advertisement now we are going to be more
of their big store. Note what prompt in the future.
they have to say to the trade in Died, the little four-months old
this issue. This is one of the baby girl of Mr. and Mrs. Ausby
largest stores in Logan county P'ackwell, Sunday, March 8th.
outside Guthrie, and the Boe-1 une,"aj seryices were held Mon-
j i a. . * i day at the home at 1:30 p. m.t
decker store is growing popular. the Rev. Greenwade preaching
Notice the ad. of Messrs Gar-
rett & Ready, who have pur-
chased the coal yards of N. F.
Cheadle. and will hereafter con-
duct the busioess. It is unneces-
sary for us to introduce this firm
to our readers, as they are well
known to all. When you want
coal, see them. They will treat
James and William Ford, Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Ford, Harry Ford
and Mrs. Will Combs left on the
morning train Tuesday to attend
the funeral of S. G. Ford, sheriff
the funeral sermon. The body
was laid to rest in the Bocox
cemetery in the afternoon.
Married, Miss Frona Prollock
to Mr. Noah Basinger, jr., both
of Orlando, March 4, 1908, at the
German-Methodist church, six
and a half miles west of Orlando.
Relatives from Oklahoma City
and Kansas are visiting at the
Aunt Matt's Talk From Route No. 2.
The weather looks rainy and
Peach trees are almost in full
Mr. and Mrs. Hayhurst spent
Tuesday with their daughter,
Mrs. D. Hayhurst.
Misses Anna and Emma
Pfeiffer spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Clow of Mulhall.
Mrs. C. W. Brown is visiting
this week in Oklahoma City.
Messrs Joe and Frank Stroth-
man returned to their home in
Iowa last week.
James Carter and H. Newton
made a flying trip to Mulhall
Saturday. "Well I guess."
Iry Pryor left for Missouri
Thursday. Mrs. Pryor had left
some days before.
Miss Ida Baumgartner and
Lena Orr were Guthrie visitors
Miss Nettie Fowler visited
Mrs. Gray from Tuesday till
Mr. and Mrs. McNeil went to
Oklahoma City Friday.
Roy Kennedy gave a leap-year
for his young friends Friday
evening. About forty were
present and a jolly time reported.
Miss Nettie Fallin left Wed-
nesday for Opache, Ok., to visit
Misses Waggoner and Lula
Underwood spent Saturday night
and Sunday with Ethel McNeil.
Edna Louellen entertained her
young friends with graphophone
music Sunday evening.
Fairview R. F. D. No. 2.
Willie Bland is working for
Grover Price called on Leslie
Ellis one evening last week.
Mr. Wm. Morris gave the
young folks a party Saturday
night. A pleasant time is re-
Miss Ada Bland called on the
Misses Coves Thursday evening.
Mrs. Payne, Misses Kate and
Ona Waggoner called on Eva
Ellis last Thursday evening.
Elder Leo Anthis of Mulhall
will preach at Hubbell next Sun-
day morning and evening.
After a few days' visit with
relatives here Mr. Willard Hibbs
went to Perry last Thursday to
visit his mother and sister.
A. L. Ellis is working for C.
The peach crop is promising to
be a bumping one if the cold
weather doesn't catch it.
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Woosley, Tom B. The State Journal. (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 14, Ed. 1 Friday, March 13, 1908, newspaper, March 13, 1908; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc402973/m1/1/: accessed January 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.