The Marshall Tribune. (Marshall, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, January 26, 1906 Page: 1 of 12
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The Marshall Tribune.
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MARSHALL. L< Mi A N
COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, KKIHAY, .1 AN. 20, 1900.
Residence of J. H Funk.
our l^ye i
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Residence of Dr. W. C Fu kerson.
is IT STATEHOOD?
The BUI Was Up In The House Yes
terday, Wi.l Be Reported To
The Senate Tomorrow.
It looks as if ()LUilunna and Indian
'IVrrilorv will "«> be admitted into
Union asasingle.itale. The Ham-
slateiux d t.ill was up in Hie
house yesterday. It luis but to pass
l lie Senate now, and we are the people
a part of them.
is probable iliiit Ihe senate «ill e-
liuiinate that portion of the bill pro-
viding for statehood for Arizona and
• w Mexico, and in that case the bill
have to be referred back to the
Will Go West.
Mr. I. I. Clem expects to migrate to
California in a short time. He will
have a public sale next wee'1, and with
his family will seek bis fortune in the
land of fruli and dowers These peo-
ple art! good citizens and we regret
very much to see them leave.
Mrs. Rice Is III.
Mrs L M. Rice was taken to the
hospital at Guthrie, Sunday, whereon
Monday she underwent a surgical op-
eration At this writing she is get-
ling along nicely, and her many friends
hope to hear of her complete recovery
l to perfect health in the near future.
We have leased this comer of the Tribune for the year ^ Uvat j
we may .eli our many pat,^ ^.ui times to give *
our store lor their needs. W e shall cominue
> on t lie ,, X
"Most of the Best for the Least. X
If you like our platform and are nut already one of Vur customers J
we should like to make your acquaintance in a business way.
Seasonable Just Now.
Wright's Condensed Smoke. ^
Face Creams. ♦
Hand Lotions. ♦
. Cough Drops. |
I WhWe Pine''in"'25c t''bo11It'Vj''an<I Stafford's Cough %
t Balsam in,0,t bottles. There are no be er pr.;,;iri;. |
£ (or a deep-seated annoying Cough. Money . |
\ lied. a
; The Pioneer Pharmacy, ?
I uH.STAFFORD, Proprietor. £
We have plenty of Honey
to loan on farms at a
Reasonable Rate of Interest, One to Five Year's
FUNK & McKEAN.
Mr. .J. I'. Williams leased 44 acres
uf land for cotton, to George Malian,
Saturday. This land is located about
24 miles west of town, and we hope
Mr. Malian will harvest a bale to the
We can figure up close
: acre next fall.
" to 300 acres in close proximity to Mar-
w:ls shall that will be put in cotton this
A Great Surprise
Ed McKean's almost miraculous
recovery is a big surprise to physicians
who were familiar with his condition,
and also to his many friends
ont fully realize the danger lu _ _ _ ,
The chances for recovery in cases of j a). (Uid jf jfc pmves successful we are
this kind are remote, and Mr. Mckean ^ s(jre )() ^ ^jn ))ere soonfiV or later,
accepted the one chance in a thousaiu . ^ )1)e m.csel,t time cot ton'is" close to
Word conies from St. Louis that he , we|ve c'eni,s at New Orleans.
1 are c"r"
All work done promptly and
with the greatest cure. Give
me a trial and
he convinced. F. V. Priest
MARKET One door west of the Red
Front. None but the best of beeves
butchered Kresh meats of ad kind on
hand. Give me a call.
H. S. Hazard.
Genu, .e washed McAiister Coal at
Will Call A Pastor #5.50 from Kerr.
A meeting was held in Ihe Baptist, _____
church, Tue^//j;i^en^;^c(mldbe ! Oklahoma's brand of winter resort
rnittee ^^winted to ee ^ ^ wea(her ls a,,ain on lap after a day or
done towards v P lw„ of the northern kind.
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The Marshall Tribune. (Marshall, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, January 26, 1906, newspaper, January 26, 1906; Marshall, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth350468/m1/1/: accessed June 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.