Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Saturday, January 6, 1899
CITY AND COUNTY
Born, to Walter Ford and wife, Saturday, December 31, 1898, a baby girl.
Born, to William Kingsley and wife, who live eight miles northwest of Mulhall, a fine boy, weighing 7-1/2 pounds, last Tuesday, January 3, 1899. Mother and boy doing well.
On Monday afternoon, Judge Foster joined in matrimony, Mr. Tillman Dyche and Marcelette Keown, two well known people of Bismarck township. Mr. Dyche was for a time county clerk of Logan county and is a gentleman of sterling worth, and a prosperous farmer. His wife is a worthy helpmeet and the newly wedded pair are receiving congratulations of their many friends. Mr. Dyche is also a subscriber of THE ENTERPRISE and we wish him and his fair bride, not only a happy new year, but many happy and prosperous years afterward. Both are well and favorably known in Mulhall.
A nice boy babe came to gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack McPeek, on Saturday morning last. At last reports, mother and child were well.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Saturday, February 3, 1899
CITY AND COUNTY
Mrs. Stowe, living south of town died yesterday, and will be buried today in the Mulhall cemetery.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Graham, a 12-pound boy. The father has been sitting on the woodpile singing: "If anybody asks you the cause of all my joy, tell them I'm the father of a bouncing baby boy." At this writing father, mother and boy are doing well.
Born, to Steve Hubbard and wife, who live near Acton, a bright hopefully girl, on January 7, which weighed 7 pounds. At this writing mother and child doing well. Dr. Hill attending.
Born, to J.F. Hill and wife on January 11, 1899, a 12-pound boy. We hope the Hill may grow and be a mighty Hill, and that may have more small Hills to climb than large ones on his rugged path of life.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Saturday, January 20, 1899
CITY AND COUNTY
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Lowe, January 20, a baby girl.
The home of J. McPeak of Standard has been made sad by the death of his wife, who died Wednesday of this week. The remains were interred in the McNally cemetery Thursday. We extend sympathy to Mr. McPeak.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, February 3, 1899
Born, J.F. and S.L. Hill, of Acton, on January 11, 1999, a fine boy. He was 23 inches tall, and weighed 12 pounds when dressed. How is that for Oklahoma. This proud father and mother don't think they will ever leave Oklahoma.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dyche, a baby girl, January 19.
Died, Mrs. Belle McPeek, wife of Jack McPeek, Wednesday, January 18, 1899. She leaves an infant son. The bereaved husband has our sympathy.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, February 10, 1899
CITY AND COUNTY
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Matthews, February 8, 1899, a fine 10-pound boy. Father doing well at last report.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, March 3, 1899
Mr. Theodore Conard was united in marriage Saturday, February 21, to Mrs. Hunter from Harper, Kansas.
Guthrie Leader:--Saturday night in his office Probate Judge Foster united in marriage Geo. T. Conard of Marshal, OK, and Miss Adelia E. Hunter of Harper, Kan. Mr. Conard is a prosperous farmer. Miss Hunter is a charming and accomplished young lady.
HAWKEYE STATE WEDDING
STROTHMAN-MEYERS. Married, at West Point, Iowa, on January 17, 1899, Mr. L.P. Strothman and Miss E.M. Meyers. The marriage ceremony was performed in the Catholic church, the Rev. William Jacoby officiating. Miss Dora Meyers, sister of the bride was bridesmaid, and George O. Meyers, a brother of the bride, who is in the employ of the B.C.R. & N.R.R., was groomsman. After high mass, which was at 6:30 a.m., breakfast was served at the residence of Mrs. Mary Meyers, mother of the bride. The table decorations were smilax and carnations. At 9 a.m., immediately after breakfast, the bridal couple left on the train for Ellingwood, Kansas, to visit the brothers of the bridegroom, Jos. F. and John H. Strothman. After a visit of five weeks at Ellingwood the couple went to Nickerson, Kansas, to visit with Prof. Pentz, a nephew of the groom. The couple visited there until last Thursday, when they came to Mulhall, their future permanent home. Mr. and Mrs. Strothman will be at home at the farm a half mile north and one and one half mile west of Mulhall, after April 1, 1899.
Both bride and bridegroom are well and very favorably known here. The bride is a sister of our fellow townsman, John Meyers, and is a charming and cultured lady. The groom was formerly assistant casher in the Mulhall bank; owns a fine farm near here, is industrious, honest and upright. It is with pleasure that THE ENTERPRISE tenders the best wishes, not only of the publishers, but of the entire community, and trust that this couple may always enjoy the fullest measure of life's choicest blessings.
CITY AND COUNTY
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Perry Rutherford, Sunday night, a 10 pound boy.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Scott, on Wednesday, March 1, 1899, a fine 10 pound boy.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, March 10, 1899
Married at the residence of the bride's parents, near Mulhall O.T., on March 5, 1899, Walter Joyce and Bessie M. Anthis, W.S. Rehorn officiating. The groom is a school teacher of ability, was one of the "rough riders" in the recent Spanish American war and stands well wherever known. The bride is a splendid young lady and is well and favorably known. Their many friends wish them much happiness in their journey through life.
Born, to Tom Long and wife, an 8-pound girl. Tom says Oklahoma is the place to live.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, March 17, 1899
Married February 26, 1899, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.N. Cable, Mr. Walter Estes and Miss Florence M. Cable. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Paul Everetts of Guthrie at 12 o'clock a.m. Only near relatives of the contracting parties were present. May all the blessings which are granted to us in this world attend them through the Journey of life is our wish.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, March 24, 1899
DEATH OF MR. DONAHOE
T. Donahoe, the aged father of E.L. and Dan J. Danahoe of this city, and John J. Donahoe of Mulhall, passed away at his home in this city this morning after a short illness. Mr. Donahoe has been a resident of Ponca City only a few months and did not have any extended acquaintenance here, but with those who knew him he stood in the highest esteem. He leaves an aged wife to mourn an irreparable loss, besides a number of children who have taken up their home in Oklahoma. To these the warmest sympathy of many friends is extended.
TIMOTHY DONAHOE DEAD.
Wednesday morning, March 22nd, Timothy Donahoe passed away at his home in this city, aged 83 years.
The funeral services will take place on Friday, at 10 o'clock a.m., at the Catholic church in this city, conducted by the Reverend Father A.G. Barremass. The interment will take place at the Odd Fellows cemetery at this place.
Mr. Donahoe was one of those fine old men whose life had been rich in its rewards for right living. He had by industry accumulated a nice property and beside reared a fine family of boys and girls who in maturity have all repaid the fond devotion of the aged parent by successful and upright lives. The aged companion survives him, to whom the death comes as a most crushing blow. Together they have enjoyed youth, maturity and a ripe old age. "Well done, thou good and faithful servant" has been earned by Timothy Donahoe whose good influence upon the communities in which he has lived survives him.-Ponca City Courier
LONE STAR TWINKLINGS
We are glad to note a new arrival at the home of Mr. Ott. Kennedy in the shape of a baby boy.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, March 31, 1899
Death of Miss Bradwell
The many friends of Iva M. Bradwell will regret to learn of her death, which occurred Monday, March 27, 1899, from grip and measles. Her parents lived six miles southeast of Mulhall several years. One year ago they moved to Dubuque, Iowa, where they now reside. Iva was a bright, lovable girl, and will be kindly remembered by her many friends in Oklahoma. She attended school in Mulhall several months. She was also a member of one of the Stillwater schools one winter.
The child of Mr. Meek, which was so sick, died. We extend sympathy.
Married, at the residence of the bride's parents near Orlando, on Sunday, March 26, 1899, Miss Lena Nittler and Mr. Henry Wiens. The wedding ceremony was performed by Rev. J. Nanainga. Those present as guests at the wedding were the Misses Mary and Dora Brockman, and Messrs. Henry and Fred Brockman of Perry; Mr. and Mrs. Allan of Orlando, and Miss Viola Davis of Mulhall.
The bride is well and favorably known here in Mulhall, having been a member of the millinery firm of Nittler Sisters. The groom is an energetic young man, owns a nice claim near Waukomis in Garfield county, where the new couple will make their future home. THE ENTERPRISE has nothing but kind words and good wishes for the happy couple.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, April 7, 1899
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham was made glad last Friday night by the advent of twins, a boy and girl. Mother and babes well. This is the second pair of twins that has came to that household.
Little Goldie Brown died last night.
Guthrie Leader: Charles James, of Clarkson, and Miss Ada Ford, of Mulhall, were married in this city today. Mr. James is a wholesouled, jolly good fellow, with a host of friends. He is the village blacksmith. Miss Ford is a handsome young lady, with a lovely disposition. They will be at home to their friends in Clarkson after April 16.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, April 14, 1899
Will Kerneel and Miss Myrtle Hubbell were married April 4. We wish them peace and joy.
Earn Sholvers and Miss Aggie Wickoff were married the 2nd day of April. We wish them much joy in their married life.
Little Oscar Murray died the 10th of April 1899. He was only sick one day. The remains were taken to the Hennessey cemetery.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murray was made sad by the sudden death of their little son Oscar. He was a pupil in the Oak View school, and was in attendance on Friday, and on Monday at 5 o'clock a.m., died. He was a favorite of the school. The bereaved family have the sincere sympathy of all their neighbors.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, April 21, 1899
In memoriam of Mrs. May Lowe, who was called home to God April 18, 1899.
Oh, call it not death, "tis life begun.
For the waters are passed and home is won;
The ransomed spirit has reached the shore
Where they weep and suffer and sin no more.
She is safe in her Father's house above,
In the place prepared by her Saviour's love;
To depart from the world of sin and strife,
And be with Jesus; yes this is life.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, April 28, 1899
Married, on Sunday, April 13, 1899, at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Julia Misner, Miss Hulda Shultz to Mr. Jacob Rittholer of Perry, O.T. The wedding ceremony was performed by Rev. Alfred Dettrick of Orlando. After the marriage a grand feast was spread and all present partook of the good things and enjoyed a good time. The numerous friends of the new couple join in wishing them a long and happy journey through life.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown, who live one and a half miles north and one west of Mulhall, a fine boy baby, weighing 10 pounds last Wednesday night. Joe is happy now.
We hear the sad news of Victor Walgreen's death, which occurred recently.
We have to report the death of an infant child of Mr. Raglan, who resides 2 miles northwest of Standard. We are informed that measles was the cause of the child's death.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, May 19, 1899
Since our last writing the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Dole, of Standard, was made happy by the advent of a 10-pound boy. At last report mother and child were well.
Born, to Charlie Highland and wife on May 8, a nine-pound boy.
CITY AND COUNTY
A little child of Edwin Green, who lives east of Mulhall, died Tuesday. We extend sympathy to the bereaved family.
Married at Guthrie
Wednesday's Guthrie Capital has the following marriage notice:
Judge Foster yesterday said the words that made Wm. Lish and Miss Agnes F. Barnes husband and wife. The ceremony took place at the Occidental hotel in the presence of a few friends. These young people live at Mulhall and will make their home there.
THE ENTERPRISE extends best wishes to Billie and his bride.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, June 9, 1899
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kearns, Thursday morning, a baby girl.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, July 7, 1899
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jeane Hazlett, July 4th a baby girl.
Mr. J.W. Mayfield and Miss Mary Blakesley, were married last Sunday, July 2, at the home of the bride's parents. Judge English performed the ceremony.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, July 14, 1899
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Will Noris on Tuesday morning, a baby boy.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, July 21, 1899
Born, on Sunday, July 16, to Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Havenstrite a daughter. Mother and child doing well.
Died, on July 14, the infant twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham. Interment at the McNally cemetery.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Farris on July 7th a ten pound boy. Mother and baby are doing well.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, July 28, 1899
The only child of Mr. and Mrs. Melvern Gould was relieved from a life of suffering by the death angel Friday, July 7.
Mrs. C. Chisam, who has been lying very low with consumption, died Wednesday night and was buried in the Rose Lawn cemetery Thursday. Mrs. Chisam was a member of the Christian Church.
A letter received this week from Rev. M.O. Billings announced the fact that a young fellow, fat and hearty with fine lung power, came to their home last Friday the 21st under circumstances that will hereafter attach to him the name of Billings.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, August 11, 1899
Died, on Saturday, August 5, the infant twin boy of Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham. Interment at the McNally cemetery on Sunday, August 6, at 3 o'clock p.m.
Born, to Arthur Rhoads and wife, Sunday morning, August 6, 1899, at 6 o'clock, a fine pair of twins, both boys. All concerned doing nicely, and Arthur is so proud he takes the middle of the street instead of using the sidewalk.
CITY AND COUNTY.
Died, the little son of N.G. McCoy, August 10, of epilepsy.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, August 18, 1899
Miss Maggie Hall, of Clarkson, and Mr. King, of Texas, were married on the 14th. They were married in Guthrie.
Died, Saturday evening August 12, 1899, Bertha, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Walters, age 4 years, 11 months and 23 days. The funeral service was conducted at the M.E. church Sunday evening at 5 o'clock by Rev. Billings.
How sweetly she is sleeping,
In her grave beneath the sod;
Oh, we would not wish to wake her,
With her slumber there with God.
We wish to thank those who so kindly ministered their help toward us in this hour of bereavement.
Card of Thanks
James F. Hill and wife of Acton O.T., desire to render their sincere thanks to many friends who showed a willing hand during the sickness and death of their little baby boy. He was taken sick on July 3, and died on August 11. Rev. George Landers conducted the funeral services.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, August 25, 1899
Roy Nicholson thinks it possibly for a man to have his name changed without the consent of the legislature, for isn't his name changed to Papa? And a very proud papa he is of the little seven-pound voter that came to his home not long since.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Wagner a fine boy. He's a Jumbo.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, September 1, 1899
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hartzell, on Tuesday evening, August 29, 1899, a fine baby girl. John is the manager for the Carey-Lombard lumber company here, and sticks pretty close to business ordinarily, but this week he says the business can go to the bow-wows. He's going to take good care of his daughter.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, September 8, 1899
Edward Ford and Effie Woodward were married August 30, 1899, in Guthrie, asking their young friends to trip the light fantastic toe in the evening at the home of Joe Ford.
CITY AND COUNTY.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Willard J. Hoyt, Monday morning, September 4, 1899, a fine 10-pound boy. Willard is the happiest man in town, and mother and son are doing nicely.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, September 15, 1899
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred English, Sunday morning, September 10, 1899, a nice baby girl. And Fred just hands out the cigars without a word.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, September 22, 1899
At 5:50 o'clock Monday evening, September 18, 1899, owned the death of Grandpa Amos Price, at the home of his son Charles. He has been a sufferer for some time with tumor of the stomach. He leaves five children, one girl and four boys. At the time of his death he was 71 years, 8 months and 9 days of age.
We have had several births in our neighborhood lately. Richardsons and Stoddards are the happy families.
Mr. Cullen's little boy died today at one o'clock. He will be buried at Clarkson tomorrow at ten o'clock.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, September 29, 1899
Columbus Price says that he does not have to get the consent of Congress to change his name, as he has already changed his name to Papa. On last Monday a 9-pound boy was born to him.
The third one of Mrs. Bishop's children was buried at Clarkson grave yard Friday.
A young daughter has come to brighten the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hudson.
At 10 o'clock Wednesday morning September 27, 1899, in the Catholic church in Mulhall, Miss Anna Mogan of this county, and Mr. Adam Rotterman of Edelstein, Illinois, were united in the sacred bonds of matrimony, the Rev. Father Willeboard, of Perry performing the ceremony. After the wedding, breakfast was served to the bridal party. The bride is one of Logan county's popular young ladies, and comes of a splendid family. The bridesgroom - everybody in this party of the country knows him - is a first class young man, well liked and a good business man, and owns property in Illinois as well as in Oklahoma. THE ENTERPRISE takes especial pleasure in extending to Adam and his happy bride best and sincerest wishes for a long life and plenty of happiness. The couple leave soon for their future home at Edelstein, Illinois.
The following north Logan county marriages were recorded by Probabe Judge Foster Monday of this week:
Joseph B. Favor aged 25 and Ruth Stephens aged 18, both of Standard.
George W. Baker aged 24 of Futhrie and Mary C. Loar of Mulhall.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, October 6, 1899
Married - At the Palace Hotel, on Wednesday evening October 4, 1899, by Rev. M.O. Billings, pastor of the M.E. church, Bert A. Melody, of Mulhall, and Miss Emma Sinclair, of Green Bay, Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Melody will make their home in Mulhall, and will reside over the Citizen's Bank.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, October 20, 1899
A faithful Christian wife and mother has fallen asleep, and husband and children deeply mourn her absence. Those who knew her speak of her noble character and her fidelity to the church in which she had held membership twelve years.
Chas. Anthis was in town Sunday wearing one of the most pleasant smiles that ever adorned his physiognomy. It was caused by the arrival of a beautiful little girl at his home that morning.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, October 27, 1899
Married, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. McCue, on October 25, 1899, Joseph Ireton and Miss May McCue. The ceremony was performed by Elder W.S. Rehorn, of Mulhall. The bride is the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. McCue, and is respected by all who know her, and has a host of friends who wish her much happiness on life's journey. The groom is a well respected young man. He and his bride will live at his father's and they will take care of the old people. After the ceremony on the wedding day the guests were invited to a bountiful feast of good things. After dinner the bride received several nice presents and well wishes from her friends.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, October 27, 1899
Married, at the parsonage of the First M.E. Church of Guthrie, on Thursday, October 19, 1899, Mr. Frank A Jones to Miss Mae Coulson. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Coulson of near Mulhall, and the bridegroom is a son of the late Freeman E. Jones, and formerly lived in Guthrie, but is now in the employ of the Santa Fe company at Arkansas City. Rev. R.E. McBride, pastor of the church performed the ceremony. THE ENTERPRISE extends congratulations.
A Sad Death.
On last Sunday afternoon the little child of J.L. Bowman, living northeast of Mulhall, swallowed a piece of peanut which became lodged in his windpipe. At that time the parents were averse to having an operation performed to remove the particle and when they finally consented it was too late. The little one suffered greatly, dying of suffocation on Monday afternoon. It was about sixteen months old.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, November 3, 1899
Died, on last Sunday evening at 7 o'clock, Ada A., infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Blevins (Blevens). The little one was born September 21, 1899, and from its birth has been a sufferer. In its short stay on earth it had endeared itself to its parents, and there is now a void in the household. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the residence, conducted by Rev. C.E. Long.
Married, in Guthrie on Thursday, October 19, 1899, at the First M.E. church, by Rev. St. John, Mr. Frank a Jones of Arkansas City, Kansas, to Miss Mabel M. Coulson of Mulhall. The bride is an accomplished young lady, being one of Oklahoma's foremost school teachers. The bridegroom is the only son of the late Freeman E. Jones of Guthrie. The happy couple left Friday evening for Chicago. They will make Arkansas City their future home. Their many friends extend to them hearty congratulations.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, November 10, 1899
Married, at the home of the bride's parents on Wednesday, October 25, 1899, at 12 o'clock m. there occurred the marriage of Miss May R. McCue to Mr. Joseph C. Ireton. The marriage was solemnized in the presence of relatives and a few intimate friends, Rev. Rehorn, officiating. After the ceremony a dinner, equaled by few and surpassed by none, was served. These young people need no introduction, having lived here since childhood. The bride is the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCue. She is esteemed by all who know her, and Mr. Ireton is fortunate in securing such a life partner. The groom is the third son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ireton and is well liked by all. We wish this couple a happy and prosperous voyage on life's sea.
Miss Frances Agnes Donahoe, of Ponca City, and Mr. James J. McGraw were united in marriage Tuesday by the Rev. A.G. Borremans, assisted by Rev. Van Hulse, pastor of the Cathedral at Guthrie. Rev. Renier Sevens, of Pond Creek, was also present.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, November 17, 1899
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bundy, last Sunday, a boy.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, November 24, 1899
J.N. Mayfield and Avis M. Marks were married Tuesday afternoon at the Okla. Hotel in Guthrie, by Judge Foster.
The happy couple came up on the evening train and were met by their many friends who were eager to congratulate them. Last night a ball was given at the hall in their honor. The bride is the eldest daughter of our townsman, L. Marks, and one of our most popular young ladies. The bridegroom is a young man well known in Mulhall, and is energetic and wideawake. THE ENTERPRISE extends to the young couple kindest wishes for future success and happiness.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kaler, November 20, 1899, a bouncing boy. Folks are doing nice.
Married, at Guthrie, on November 17, Mr. J.W. Furrow to Miss Oma Bowden. The bride is an accomplished musician and a graduate of the Nashville, Tenn., college, while the groom is a well known young business man who has been here since the opening of the territory. He is a brother to Dr. W.E. Furrow, one of the members of the state board of dental examiners, and also Dr. M.B. Furrow, the popular dentist who visits Mulhall.
On the 15th of November, 1899, at the Methodist parsonage, in Guthrie, O.T., Mr. Earnest Wallace, of Carney, O.T., and Miss Bessie Berry, of Mulhall, were united in holy matrimony, in the presence of a few intimate friends of the bride and groom. The bride looked very pretty in a navy blue cloth dress, with trimmings of white silk and braid to match. From there they drove to the bride's home and partook of a nice supper. All went home after expressing good wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Wallace, and we are sure they are worthy of the "best of all" in this life They will be at home to their many friends near Carney, O.T. May their joy be as deep as the ocean.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, December 1, 1899
MAYFIELD-BOWMAN - Married, at the residence of the bride's parents in Mulhall, November 26, 1899, by the Rev. Curtis E. Long, Mr. Thomas Jefferson Mayfield and Miss Victoria B. Bowman. We wish the happy pair a bright and prosperous future.
Wm. English and Miss Maggie Nealis made a trip to Guthrie November 28, and were married. The writer and community wish them a happy and prosperous life.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, December 8, 1899
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Wilber F. Keifer, Monday morning, December 4, 1899, a ten-pound boy.
Mulhall, Logan Co. O.T., Friday, December 29, 1899
Miss Mamie Nichols was born November 3, 1879, and died December 15, 1899, aged 20 years, 1 month and 12 days. She was sick for sometime. The funeral sermon was preached at the Victor school house by the Rev. Mr. Swartz, of Mulhall, assisted by Rev. Wicker. The remains were interred in the Waterman cemetery, one mile west and one south of Bowman.
Married, on December 25, 1899, at the residence of the bride's parents, south and east of Mulhall, Oscar F. Fowler and Miss Belle Lowe, W.S. Rehorn officiating. Quite a number of friends were present and spent a very pleasant time together. The bride and the groom are well known to the people of this community, and have the well wishes of many friends as they enter upon their new relationship in life.
Probate Judge Foster yesterday issued a marriage license to Barney Woolverton and Vida Pettyjohn, two society young people in Mulhall, who will be married on News Years day.-Guthrie Daily Leader, Dec. 27.
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