The Marshall Tribune. (Marshall, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, October 27, 1905 Page: 4 of 8
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fat Marsh .11. Tk i bunk M ak.smai.l. Logan County. Oki.aiioma. Oi'tobf.k 27, 1 905
THE MARSHALL TRIBUNE.
W. A. KELLEY,
A LETTER PROM ARIZONA.
Rev. Opic Writes of the West ami
Scenes Incident to His Journey.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.
Subscription $1 Per Year.
Entered May 29, 1902 as secun-
dums matter, postoilioe at Marshall
(>l<la., act of congress of March 15 1879.
advance in all property in the valley,
especiall\ 111 farms. Tlwjv, is going,.to
he a iHjgm vvliyn t his and Ihe.Nenlr
reservoirs are completed. Those vvisti-
I iti}/ to yet hold of land will do well
■ Phoenix. Arizona, 11« purchase lief ore the liooin comes.
Oc(. 21, ltJO.'i. j Living is some higher here than
Friends: - As I canrot write to j there. 1 am paying #!;"> per month lm
each one of you separately, 1 thought
best to write you through the Ticih-
We arrived here, Saturday morning.
FRANCES G. STIFFLEK
(Mtice hours: !i to 12 a. in. I l<
(iold work a specia 11 y.
at 1;40 after leaving Guthrie on Wed-
nesday, at !)-.:i0 A. M., October lltli.
Uyt' party cmsjst.ei.l of John Greenley,
Display AdvorttsTnt' T(T ceBts W*'ffich Uf |nln) K wjfe au(, chjld) fr()m Ed.
olumn. Locals 5 ccnts per line
A DVEHTISI N<i KATIOS.
Church Notices free except
m admission fee or other money
Then 5 cents pgr l(pe.
( arils of thanks and resolutions of respect
cents per line.
where there is j mond. and myself wife, daughter. Ev
onsideration I art and the three smaller children.
j Our trip vvrs oiie of interest, espec-
"Insure to protect the home"
reference to the McCurdy family.
a four room furnished house. Rents
range from this to $"i0 per nionth.
Land rents from $4.00 In $ti.00 per acre
or on sliares at various terms.
Oranges and lemons are green yet.
They will begin picking in ahotil a
month. There is a great variety <•!
excellent fruit here. Some of ii is
rather high and some is very cheap.
1 think every one can tind work who
really wants it.
With btist wishes for you all,
1 am, respectfully.
R. 0. OtMK.
DR. W. C. FULKERSON,
SURGECN . . .
ially after entering Colorado and com-
ing over the high range of mountains,
over 7000 feet, then down into New
Mexico along the northern line of Mex
ico and into Arizona, climbing anoth-
er high range. Our train was divided
into three sections and part of the
Uj was drawn by two monster moun- , , . . , ,l-i.. ii^.ir i.-
Miss Altcc Hoosevelt's preHentsfi'uni | climbers with six .1,1,1 ^ "
i lie Orient will have to bear ^OO.OOO | w|iee|v. eaC|, I fleeting American lite in h .me, tamp
custom duties. Thank, fhu, we could-j
The Youth's Companion In 1906.
During 1900 Tiik Youth's Compan-
ion will publish in 52 weekly issue>
Pity ician and Surgeon.
Diseases Of Ihe Eye ami Ear '<irV t■
Surgical Cases a Specialty
DR. NELSON E. PECK,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Special Attention to Genito-Urino, Fe-
male, and Lung and Henrt Diseases*
n't use them.
After reaching the summit the sec-
tions were joined together in one long
Good roads, good merchants, good j train and we glided down, past small
prices, good schools and good churehes mountain towns, lumber camps and
is a quintette Marshall can't afford to stone quarries and around the short
curves so that one sitt ing in the seat
could see the engine also three or four
We reached Ash Fork, A. T., Friday
ers will plant sutllcient acreage to at 3:30 P.M. Here we waited for the
W. E. McKEAN,
lose sight of.
Cotton will bring us prosperity. Mar-
shall will provide the gin if the farm-
it. What say you, Mr.
east bound Limited until nearly dark,
when we started south for Phoenix.
Somebody should stir Gardeld's j Miss Ethel has gone to Los Angeles,
county commissioners to the necessity , California. We are all well pleased
of a new bridge across Otter Creek,
live miles north of town. Their indif-
ference and delay is losing Marshall
One good Favor is supposed to de-
serve another. That being the'case,
we woultjl Jike for the district commis-
ioner to come through with that steel | farms and admired the
with the cool nights and mornings
and the hot days. We have already
discovered that both cold and hot dif-
fer very much from the cold and heat
of Oklahoma or the north. The val-
ley isgreen with alfalfa, and thousands
of fat cattle are to be seen in the
fields. We drove to one of the ostrich
hi rds ve ry
special articles contributed by iambus
men and women travelers, essayists,
soldiers, sailors, statesmen and men of
thoughtful and timely editorial arti-
cles on important public and domestic
complete stories by the best of living
story-writers—stories of character,
stories of achievement, stories of hu-
notes on current events and discover
ies in the field of science and natural
bright and amusing anecdotes, items
of strange and curious knowledge,
poems and sketches.
Tnis is what. Thk Companion offers
its readers during 1900. Andthequal
DR. S. M. JENKINS,
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT.
OLASSES PITTED CORRECTLY.
Hockaday Build ng. ENID, OKLA.
E. A. SHANKS,
Will < 'ry Suit * Anywlit n . Tu ir^ l!i_
Satisfaction iiuantnu'eU. Wi. fiirnM ;i "
iirtd t'asli Notes after sale* i> over.
bridge that has been promised for the j ,uuch. The male is black with white ! jL'y of it js f„||y equal to the quantity
THE NEW SHOP.
GEO VAN DIVER. Prop'r,
Mike Jordan crossing on Otter Creek.
Oklahoma City is asking her citizens
to vote $400,000 water works and sew-
erage bonds to enlarge the system she
already has. Marshall wont have to
go that strong; all we need is a new
can of oil and some one to pour it on
i he cogs of our wind mill.
The Daily Oklahoman 'refers to
President Roosevelt as "the best dem-
>crat we have had in the White House
in many a day." Roy has said too
many mean things about Grover Cleve-
land for us to consider ,that as com-
plimentary assome might.
tips, the female is a drab or slate color
with white tips. The young ones re-
mind one of young turkeys, but we
know that they are not turkeys when
we price them and tind that the best
male bird is worth $1,000. ranging
down to $">0.
Land varies in value according to
location and improvements, from 105
to $150. I think good Improved farms
would average about $90 per acre, yet
many of them range above $100 per
acre. The government dam and reser-
voir is to be finished January, 1907, and
no doubt'there will be considerable
The paper is interesting without be-j
ing sensational, bright without being .
Hashy. elevating and strengthening'
without being prosy a paper for eve- .
ry memlier of the family.,
A full Announcement-pf the new j
volume will be sent with sample cop- ,
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quest. The new subscriber for 190t>
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once will receive free all the remain-
ing issues for 1905, including the Don- |
ble Holiday Numbers; aiso Thk Com-
panion's "Minutemen" Calender for
1906, lithegraphed in twelve colon*
and gold. j
THK YOUTH'S COMPANION. I
144 l|erkjE3)eg §t., _ Hostph. Mass,
slick \ on up.
tor Base Hall
i\rw. Nrrit am-1
in an*1 1< r us
lleadfjiKirt c: i s
Tom Lawson's story of "Amalgama-
ted," like Tennysart's brook, babbles
in forever. But Tom hi| .mugh to
r.ell, and the legislative investigation,
with all its sensations, is,npt dimming!
his star. Ilis November number is
the warmest biscuit in the bakery.
Ex-Congressman Jerry Simpson died ! signed before making it as they have
at St Francis hospital, Wichita, early
Monday morning. For a number of
If you contemplate making a farm
loan it will pay you to see the under-
• t J .( <1 '. . \ III
Barred Plymouth Rocks.
A "few extra - fine yovmg
ccckerels for sale. Price $1.
R. D. SMITH.
.. t~^ ■■ ,<
THE CITY BARBER SHOP,
Lots of Money
to loan on all classes ot farms at low
vears he has made bis home at Ros- j
well, New Mexico. Prior to that time j
He was a unique figure in Kansas poli-, , - . . ■ ■■.-. 1 - ,
tics, having served two terms in con- l*ateS Of lntCrOSli We Can aiSO ITialCC
ie^ntrJlstrr t'.e| you chattel loans for a reasonable rate
West stump speakers the Sunflower! _ t . , r t"7 _
state ever produced,..and his soubri- for any lengtii oi time, r or parucu-
iuet "the sockless statesman." added j |f pi liy 1/ o. ||f|C A BVI-
to the national reputat ion he won in lars call on ruroiv ol mcis.cMin.
• lie halls of congress.
W. M. GR AWT. Proiy-r,
A Itrst-class Sha,v<-
Hair Cut on short notice
(iive int: a call.
I -anndi y sent t-\ cry
d,i\. -p. • • ,
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The Marshall Tribune. (Marshall, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, October 27, 1905, newspaper, October 27, 1905; Marshall, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth349339/m1/4/: accessed July 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.