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Zack Mulhall was in the City

Zack Mulhall was in the City

Submitted by: Mollie Stehno

The Guthrie Daily Leader, July 30, 1903.

The Oklahoma Cattleman-Railroad Man is an Enthusiastic State Advocate
Zack Mulhall, general live stock agent of the St. Louis and San Francisco railroad, was in the city last night. Mr. Mulhall is a well-known character throughout the west. While his office is in St. Louis, he retains his official residence in Oklahoma. He is the father of the town of Mulhall and has a large residence adjoining the town. Mr. Mulhall has two daughters, Miss Agnes, said to be the original of "Bossey" in Hoyt's "A Texas Steer," and Miss Lucille, whom Westerners know as an expert lariat thrower, says the Kansas City Star.
Mr. Mulhall is just now an enthusiastic advocate of statehood for Oklahoma and hopes for the passage of the omnibus bill.

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