The State Journal. (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, February 17, 1905 Page: 2 of 6
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The State Journal.
It isn't time to buy Spring Hats, but
it is time to think about them. I wish all
my friends couftl step in and see the great
quantities of beautiful flowers, and all the
floating, fleecy, feathery things I have or-
dered for the Spring Opening, which I mean
to have very early this year. I am going
to the wholesale house next month to finish
buying, and to copy the rare imported mil-
linery creations, which we seldom, if ever,
see in our smaller towns. My splendid suc-
cess in the past has made me bold, and I
mean to have the LARGEST and BEST
ASSORTMENT of HATS EVER SEEN
IN MULHALL !
Yours, for a beautiful, busy business,
Mrs. S. B. BURTON,
Grand Musical Entertainment.
Concert at Rawlings hall Tues-
day, February 21, at 8 p. m.
15 and 25 cents. B. Ford
Walton is a graduate of the
Bloomington, Illinois school of
music; has taken oratory voice
and instrumental music of the
best teachers of the land, includ-
ing Dr. H. R. Palmer of New
York, C. C. Case of Ohio, F. W.
Root of Chicago, Prof. Smith of
Missouri and five German teach-
ers. This little lady has given
over 3000 entertainments in 31
different states and territories,
and Canada. Hear the following
Italian flageolet, tubaphone,
musical cadder, ocarinas.Chinese
taters, xylophone, shugalette,
beldola, metal bamboo, Chinese
blow organ, banjo, guitar,
mandolin and others. One night,
only, February 21. The best
individual entertainment in the
United States. Mr. and Mrs.
Walton are evangelists for the
state of Illinois under the
Christian board. Because of the
sickness of the former, Mrs.
Walton is working alone a short
seasion,giving the concert at the
close of the meetings. She is
not a beginner, but has entertain-
ed since her youth. This pro-
gram will be a treat to Mulhall.
Do not fail to be present. One
night, only. Admission 15 and
Johnson Grass Seed.
I have a quantity of good
Johnson grass seed for sale. In-
1-6—tf. _ A. T. McMillan.
Wanted —Quickly, few persons
to represent long established
wholesale houses among retail
merchants and agents. Local
territory of few counties. $1
salary and expenses paid weekly.
Expense money advanced. Com-
mission extra. Permanent en-
gagement. Business successful.
Previous experience not essential.
Enclose self addressed envelope.
Address, Superintendent Travel-
ers, 325 Dearborn St., Chicago.
Every advertiser in the State
Journal deals square, we believe
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p. m. to 6 p. m. Please make
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Rawlings hall, February 21.
Mrs. Belle Ford-Walton. Plays
15 different instruments. The
musical prodigy of America.
Don't fail to attend. Only 15
and 25 cents.
Doctors CLARK & Cov Specia ists,
who can tell what your disease or affliction
is without asking any questions will be at
the Palace hotel in Mulhall on
MONDAY, MARCH 6, 1905,
One day only until 5 p. m. All chronic,
nervous and private diseases of both sexes
successfully treated. Cures guaranteed.
Consultation and advice free.
ARE VERY LOW.
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Woosley, Tom B. The State Journal. (Mulhall, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, February 17, 1905, newspaper, February 17, 1905; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc404985/m1/2/: accessed April 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.