The Marshall Tribune. (Marshall, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, August 12, 1904 Page: 4 of 12
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Thk Marshall Tkibunk Marshall. Logan County, Oklahoma, August 12 1904,
THE MARSHALL TRIBUNE.
yv. A. KELLEY, - - Publisher.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.
Subscription $1 Per Year.
Entered May 2i), 190:1 as secon-
class nutter, p<>stoillce al Marsliii.il
Okla., act of congress of Miiroli It^it.
a 1 v i:k ris 1 mi it a rivs.
Display advertising single col
per inch, per week, 10 cents-.
Local advertising,, per line, e;icli
week, 0 cent s.
Copy .or ads should lie in this ollice
not later than Wednesday.
Please announce me as a candidate
for county clerk subject to the Demo-
cratic Primaries of Logan County,
August 18, l! u4.
Please announce me as a candidate
tor Clerk of Logan County subject to
the decision of I he Democratic Pri-
maries to be held August 18, 1904.
1 11 ank .1. Dou atkk.
"Taffy" is the oil which lubricates
the bearings of life. If there is
friction, if things grate, if you want
social position, if you want business
success or if you are running for an
! ollice get out your taffy tray and spoon
I .mil show your generosity by a liberal
contribution of this oil of life. If
! your wife is irritated give her taffy.
If your creditor calls with a ' ill give
liiiu taffy until you have collected and
1 in n pay cash. Cash is the only ex-
ception, taffy pays all other hills.
Wife, if tiie lord of the house comes
1 home cross and weary, lie wants taff.\.
(Jive it to him. Doctor, if youi
patient is dissatisfied and peevish,
I give 111tu tally; taffy ami sugar pills
j will do wonders. Teacher, if your
director comes to you with I he aggre-
gate complaint of the en'in1 <li-irict
boiled down, lie wants taffy. Give it
to him give it in large doses, lie
will enjoy it greatly and will devote
four days and any amount of effort in
convincing I he patrons that you are
the best teacher in the township.
We could extend this article indeli-
nilely, but we don't dare for fear our
readers might think we were giving
Did you ever realize what a benefit
a good, live real estate firm is to a
town? A firm of this kind not only
te'ls of ' he merits of their own prop-
erty, but they seiui broad-cast over
the country literature telling of the
advantages of tlie town as a place of
residence, and of its superior school
and church facilities. In Funk &
McKean Marshall has a firm of adver-
tisers that spend a great deal of mon-
ey each year in sinking the praises of
our little city, and do not ask or ex-
pc 1 a cent of reward in return.
However, a little business thrown
in their way occasionally by the rest
of us might not be unappreciated.
Ed Trapp, candidate for County
Clerk, was in Marshall, Saturday, in-
terviewing the voters of his party
relative to his candidacy. Mr. Trapp
is a deserving candidate representing
the younger element of the party, and
during his siay in our midst made
many friends who will be heard from
011 the day of the primaries.
His announcement appears in our
Frank Dolcater was in town, Satur-
day, talking over his candidacy for
clerk with our people. Mr. Dolcater',s
reputation had evidently preceded
him for he was greeted on every hand
with promises of support. We pre-
dict for him a good substantial vote
at this place.
The town was full of candidates,
Saturday, no less than live being here
to coin j/ice our people of their admir-
ation for them. The candidate has
his pockets full of cigars, is a jolly
good fellow and we are always glad to
The only way for candidates to
reach I he goal of t heir ambition un-
der I he primary system is to get. their
names in the papers. People have to
get familiar with a man's name be-
fore they w ill vote for that man, and
the best way to familiarize the people
is through the columns of the press.
There were three candidates in town
Saturday that most of our people
neyer heard of before and probably j
never will hear of again until they see j
their names printed on the primary |
ballots. Hut the voters will have
t heir minds made up by that time and
the appearance of the forgotten names
011 the ballot will not change tlieni.
for 1 he Tl ir<| Tiinc Stafford's Drug
Store is Visited tiy Thieves.
One night last week the drug store
of 1. II, Stafford was broken into and
a few articles of small value taken.
The'person or persons gained ent ra nce
by breaking out a glass in the front
The whole job gave evidence of am-
ateurishness, for the thief contented
himself by laying in a supply of cigar-
ettes and cigars, and also purloined
the chain from Lark Rice's watch,
leaving the watch. There were also
several trays of jewelry in the show
case that were unmolested. We are
of the opinion that a genuine bold,
bad burglar would not have let Mr.
Stafford off so easy.
This article was prepared for last
week but for some reason failed to
find its way frilo our columns.
Frances g. stiffler
Office hours: 9 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5 p 111
Gold work a specialty.
DR. W. O. FULKERSON,
There is a strip of country west and
south of town where but very little if
any w heat was raised, the rains in the
spring coming too late to do any good.
Those people out there are worthy of
better things and we hope that they
will receive for their portion a double
crop next year.
DR. KELSON E. PECK,
Physician and Surgeon
Offict In Dr. Hills old office. Residence on Missouri
Ave. Special Attention given disease* of women,
Genito-urinary, rectal and ail diseases of the heart
and lungs. MARSHALL, OKLA.
Physician and Surgeon
Special attention paid to diseases
of the Eye and Surgical Cases.
Notary Public in Office.
All kinds of legal papers drawn. Con-
veyances and Insurance.
John Wanamaker is one of the
greatestadvei tising men this country
has ever known. He lias stores in
Philadelphia, New York and Paris.
John Wanamaker says: "If there
is one enterprise 011 earth that a quit-
ter shotyd leave severely alone, it is
advertising. To make a success of ad-
vertising one must be prepared to
stick to it like a barnacle on a boat's
bottom. Advertising doesn't jerk, it
pulls: it begins very quietly at first,
but the pull is steady, it increases day
by day and year by year until it exerts
an irrestible power."
I Furniture Line
Our Prices Arc T^.e
Have just received
a Fine Line of Window
Shades - and - Picture
Frame Moulding. Any
size Frames made to or-
I FUNK & McKEAN'S
I Real Estate office
1 OSCAR LEAFQUIST,
All kinds of legal papers drawn.
MARSHALL, • OKLAHOMA
Allen & Barnes,
Contractors, - - Builders.
Estimates furnished 011 all
kinds of work Let lis figure
| with you.
Citv Transfer Line
With both the democrat and repub-
lican parties loud in their clamorings
for statehood if would seem that we
ought to be able to vote for president
in four years from now, even If we
can't this year.
The ciiizens of Douglas defeated a
proposition to incorporate last week
by one vote.
It is reported that grasshoppers are
devastating the alfalfa fields of south-
western Kansas and doing much
damage. These are not the small
hoppers which committed the crime
of 1874 in Kansas, but big fellows with
double stomachs and two rows of teeth
and an appetite like a hilly goat. The
farmers of that locality are trying
various methods of destruction, but
so far without any great success.
Just as we were beginning to getl
chesty along conies the Mulhall En i
terprise and claims the distinction of
being the best county paper in Logan
County. We are not from Missouri,
J Residence 56. Store 57. ▼
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All kinds of hauling and mov-
ing promptly attended to,
goods handled carefully and
quickly. 1 will also furnish
good water on application.
GIVE ME A TRIAL.
! W. HI. GRANT.
W ill give you a nice
Shave while von
Where could you find a pleasanter
placa to live than Oklahoma has been j
t his summer?
What is half so good as an Oklaho-
It is an awful blow to some of us to
have to pay poll tax.
♦ Wait. Laundry st nt to
♦ Guthrie eveiy Tuesday.
! Marshall, Oklahoma
A. M. FREELOVE
1 landles All Kinds of
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