The Marshall Tribune. (Marshall, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, May 5, 1905 Page: 1 of 12
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The Morshall Tribune.
MARSHALL, LOOA N COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, M VV ;i, 190).
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master byron hellard deselms.
"W * V
will Visit Marshall.
Sec. Commercial Club,
Dear Sir:—The Oklahoma City Cham-
ber of Commerce will make its 5th
Annual Trade Excursion, May 8th to
The personnel of the party this year
is above the averse awl consists of
the heads and managers of our best
and largest firms.
The special train is scheduled to ar-
rive at Marshall over the D. E. & O.
at 3:50 P. M., Thursday, May 11th, anc*
remain 3d minutes.
We would be pleased to meet your
business men and citi/.ens and discuss
business relations, si atehood and othei
matters ol common interest.
Very truly yours,
A. W. MCKEAND.
The City Election.
A very light vote was cast. Monday,
at the annual municipal election.
There was only one ticket in the field,
hence a lack or interest. The follow-
ing were elected:
J. M. Inglish. Assessor.
Chas. R. Myers, Clerk.
W. A. Kelley, Justice of the Peace.
II, D. IJ earn, Treasurer.
W. Wilher, Marshal.
J. \V. Harmon, Trustee 1st Ward
A Farewell Reception.
In recognition of theirexcellent ser-
vices the W. C. T. U. ladies will ten-
der the teachers in our public schools
a reception, one evening next week at
the home of Mrs. G. W. Ewing.
The following program has been ar.
ranged and will probably be inter-
spersed with something good to eat.
Song— W. C. T. U.
Piano Solo— Inez Ewing.
Piano Solo—Mrs. Clyde Reed.
Remarks— W. L. Helton.
Mandolin Solo—Harry Griffin.
Farewell address—Mrs. Stafford.
Ready For Business.
As Justice of the Peace we expect
to make a specially of the marrying
business, as we believe it is quite re-
munerative when properly worked.
Our fees will be reasonable, with an
additional charge where we guarantee
satisfaction on both sides. Half price
when we get to kiss the bride.
The court is now open.
E. L. Miles,
S. A. Williams.
J. H. Funk,
Ice Croam Supper.
The band boys will give an icecream
supper on Saturday evening of next
week, in the St t ickler building. We
have not learned tlie particulars but
suppose the band will be on hand to
furnish sweet music. As this is the
tiist time the boys have ever asked for
anything, every one should be on hand
to help keep that ict- cream from go-
ing to waste.
They Get Left.
Mesdames Gilroy, Funk and
rich were capit 'l <'ii\ visitors,
Received Sad News.
Mrs. Johnnie McMeekin received
a telegram, last Friday morning, an-
nouncing the sudden death of her
father at his home in Rock Island, Il-
linois. Mrs. McMeekin started on the
first train for the home to attend the
funeral. The sympathy of this entire
community will go out to her in her
Home And Happy.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Fernaid return-
ed from their southern trip, last Fri-
day evening, feeling well repaid for
having made the journey. They spent
most of the time while away at Cor-
pus Christ! and enjoyed the warm sun-
shine and daily plunges in the bay.
Bounty For Wolves.
The board of county commissioners
will pay a bounty of $1.00 each for coy-
ote scalps, and $3.00 for grey and oth-
er kind of wolves.
The TttiBUNK is better equipped
than ever before to do your job work.
Keep us busy.
Spring T onics.
We carry them all. In fart
there is nothing kept at a
Drug Store but what we will
take pleasure in supplying
When you can get 3 5c
bars of Toilet Soap for 10c
you should recpect the biblical
admonition that "Cleanliness
is next to Godliness."
We Have The Soap.
The Pioneer Pharmacy,
I, H. STAFFORD. Proprietor.
J, Zj. IIKA RN,
W. L. HELTON,
IJ, IJ. HEARN,
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< The Bank of Marshall,
CAPITAL FULLY PAID - - - $7500.00 ►
We do a general Banking business, make loans until r
ter next harvest, cl^rk sales and buy notes running k
ten months or less. Your business is solicited. ^
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS, t
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An Easy Way.
Every man likes good bread, and he
can always have it if he furnishes his
wife "Marshall Best' tlour. Best in
the world. Marshall Milling Co.
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The Marshall Tribune. (Marshall, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 2, Ed. 1 Friday, May 5, 1905, newspaper, May 5, 1905; Marshall, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth350107/m1/1/: accessed July 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.