The State Journal. (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, January 8, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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THE STATE JOURNAL.
CITY DRUG STORE,
IS THE PLACE FOR FINE HOLIDAY GOODS. We have Rogers Bros.' Elegant
Quadruple-Plated Silverware at lowest prices. A full line of splendid China-
ware just received from Japan. Toilet sets to suit everybody. Fine line of
Musical Instruments, consisting of Guitars, Mandolins, Violins and Banjos, all at
* £n,Cje^. ^an ^e l°west- We are also showing and elegant line of Solid
Gold Rings for ladies and gents, and a fancy line of all kinds of Jewelry to suit
everybody. We carry a line of the famous Gilbert Clocks, sold under a guarantee
M. S. M'CONNEHEY, Propiretor.
TATE & GREEN.
The City Meat Market,
The Best and Freshest of All Meats.
THE CORNER DRUG STORE
Will for the next 2 weeks give BARGAINS in
the JEVC ELRY line. Much of it will be sold at |
COST and lower to make room for the new stock. *
W. M. HATFIELD Proprietor.
First published Dec. 25, 1903.
Notice of Hearing Petition for Let-
ters of Administration.
Territory of Oklahoma,™
County of Logan,
IN PROBATE COURT.
Notice is hereby given that on
the 22nd day of December, A. D.
1903, J. C. Ireton filed in the
Probate Court of the County of
Logan, and Territory of Oklaho-
ma, a petition praying for Letters
of Administration to be issued to
W. J. Harmon upon the estate
of Robert Ireton, deceased,late
of the County of Logan, Terri-
tory of Oklahoma.
And, pursuant to an order of
said Probate Court, Saturday,
the 23rd day of January, A. D.
1904, at the hour of l o'clock P.
M. of said day, that being a day
of the regular Jtwiuary term, A.
D. 1904, of said Probate Court,
has been appointed as the time
for hearing said application,
when and where any person in-
terested may contest said pe
tition by filing written opposition
thereto on the ground of incom-
petency of the applicant, or mav
assert his own rights to the ad-
ministration and pray that Let-
ters be issued to himself.
Witness, C. W. Goodrich,
Judge of the Probate Court of
the County of Logan, and the
seal of the Court affixed,the 22nd
day of December, A. D. 1903.
C. W. Goodrich, Probate Judge
Sam Garrett & Sons
Sell the best Coal
| Promptly Delivered to any part of the City.
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Exercises for the Busy Housewife
Between St. Louis, Kansas City, Memphis. Birmingham, Paris, f:ort Worth,
Fort Smith, Wichita, Oklahoma Ctty
And Points in Missouri, Kansas. Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Te*a»,
Oklahoma and Indian Territories, Indians and Illinois.
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If a woman is too busy to take
a daily walk outdoors, she should
seek to get as much fresh air
and healthful exercise in her
home as possible.
Hold the body ereat, the
weight resting upon the ball of
the feet, the chest active and
thrown back, before an open
window or door while inhaling
deep draughts of fresh air. '
This should be done several time !
In sitting at a machine, table
or desk, incline the body from j
the waist. Do not hunch the I
shoulders or bow the back.
If the eyes become tired, rest
them for a few seconds, either
by closing easily or by changing
the direction and angle of vision
by looking off from the work.
A swaying of the body (from
the waist) backward and forward
and to the right and left will
rest the muscles of the waist and
For a few minutes lie flat upon
the back, relax the entire body
become passive in mind and
calm in spirit, and you will rise
a renewed woman.— December
Woman's Home Companion.
Cease to be simple, if at all
prolonged. The safest way is to
put them aside at the very be-
ginning. Ballard's Horehound
Syrup stops a cold and removes
the cause of colds. 25, 50, $1.00
bottle at W. M. Hatfield.
Some of the newspapers of this
territory have started the story
that Dixie Dunbar, the weil
known typographical tourist and
rounder, has accepted the pro-
, tection of a poor house. Not so,
I however, for Dixie himself says
so and visits the Headlight Tues-
I day while on his way from Lam-
bert to Aline. At the former
place he has the managment of
the Leader. Dixie says that it is
impossible for him to go to th<2
poorhouse as long as any other
printer can stay out of such
places of confinement. Frater-
nity among printers will not
permit any such home for the
"old timer" Dixie.
Casey is the name of a new
town just laid out ten miles
southeast of Pawnee.
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Woosley, Tom B. The State Journal. (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, January 8, 1904, newspaper, January 8, 1904; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc403870/m1/4/: accessed June 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.