Beulah & Clara Shackelford-Easter program. A.L. Shackelford fishing. Death of two month old baby-McDole- grandchild of Mr. & Mrs. A.L. Shackelford.

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Sec. 2. The tenure of office of said Town Marshal shall be during the life or continuance of the administration making the said ap pointmeqt, and until his successor is appointed and qualified,provided, however, that nothing herein contained shall be construed to prevent the impeachment of said Town Marshal, or his^ removal from office as by law provided. Sec. 3. ft is hereby made the duty of the board of trustees at their first meeting, or as soon thereafter as practical, after the general election m April, 1909, and annual ly thereafter to elect a Town Marshal, whose term of office shall be for one year, and until his successor is elected, and qualified, as by law provided. Sec. 4. The Town Marshal shall mentioned in Section 4 of this Ordinance. --' Sec. 6. All laws and parts of laws in eonfiict,,herewith are hereby repealed, and this Ordinance shall he and become in force and! effect upon paHsage and publijcatiojp. .Passed and approved this April, 8, A. D. 1909. J. V. Blackard, President Board of Trustees. Attest: E. A. Miller, Clerk. Moved to Muldrow. Last Monday Banker A. W Brownfield and family of Long, moved into the Dr. Turuham prop erty lately vacated by D.M.Patton. The Press joins all of Muldrow citizens in extending to Mr, Brownfield and bis estimable family the glad hand of welcome aud wish them happiness and prosperity in their new home. Local News, P R O OR AM For Easter Services at the Itlethodist Churce, Sunday Evening:, April 11th, Eight O'clock. Music , » Orchestra Song by Epworth League KESrONSlVK R3AD1NG AS FOLLOWS: SLTKRINTKNOKNT:—In the end of the Sabbath, as it began to draw toward the first day of the week, came Mary Magdalene aud the other Mary to see the sepulcher. AUDIENCE:—And behold there was a great earthquake; for the angel of the Lord decended from heaven, and came and rolled back the stone from the door, and sat upon it. SUPERINTENDENT:—His countenance was like lightning and His raiment white as snow. AUDIENCE:—And for fear of Him the keepers did shake and become as dead men. SUPERINTENDENT:—And the angel answered and said unto the women. Fear not ye: for I know that ye seek Jesus,, wbieh was crucified. AUDIENCE— He is not here: -for He is risen, aa -^Mlt^i^i^fi Come see the place where the Lord lay. SUPERINTENDENT:—And tjo quickly, and tell His diciples that He is risen from the dead; and, behold, He goeth before you into Galilee; there shall ye see Him: lo, I have told you. AUDIENCE:—-And they departed from the sepulcher with fear and great joy; and did run to bring His diciples word. "Under the Ground" Invocation Easter Welcome Recitation Recitation Recitation Song Recitation Easter Greetings Music Recitation Recitation Recitaiion Song "Singing Time" Song Recitation Recitation Easter Exercises Music Recitation Recitation Recitation "Glad Message" Recitation "Easter Bells" Song ^Overcometh" Song Prayer "All Hail the Power of Jesus Name" Benediction *~ Rev. E. V. Dowell by League Josephine Campbell ' Marie Patton Beulah Painter Choir Bertha Moore Play by League Orchestra Bert Mize Vivian Bethell Elgin Dowell by League Drill by girls of the League Choir Mildred Ellis Beulab Shackelford by boys of the League Orchestra Ethel Hyles Mary Daily Imogene Bethell Song by Children Mable Fargo Drill by League Choir Drill by League Choir Clara Shackelford Choir and Congregation A. W. Darter Mrs. Carrie Breedlove, Superintendent. Miss Emma Dearing of Prairie Grove, Ark., is visiting with, her annt, Mrs. A. A Hicks. County SurveyorJUoak left yesterday for a few days visit with relatives at Coal Dale, Arkansas. Mrs. Joanna Jacobs is in charge of the third aud fourth grades in the Muldrow Public School during the absence of Mrs. Adda Norrid who went to St. Louis the first of the week. Mrs. W. O. Breedlove was very agreeably surprised last Tuesday when the draymen unloaded an Ivers & Pond piano at her borne. It was an Easter present presented by Mrs. C. W. Breedlove. The ladies who attend church next Sunday evening will have either.a new hat or a new drees for display. Did you ever know a woman to attend Easter services without a new hat or a new dress? Wouldn't it be to shocking for any use if all the ministers were to announce that on next Sunday morning and night they would preach to men only. All those new Easter hats and dresses would be a "lost cause." A. A. McDole, A.L. Shackelford and Linzy Dickey were up on the Illinois river tfie first of the week trying their luck with the finny tribe. Tuesday evening Mr.Dickey landed ten fine bass with a troll which was the best catch while they were there. Idren especially HkeKennedy's Luxative Cough Syrup, as it tastes nearly as good as maple syrup. It not only heals irritation, and allays infiamation, thereby stopping the cough, but it also moves the bowels gently and in that way drives the cold from the system. It contains no opiates. Sold by Kniseley, Bros. Two small fires occurred in our city this week. Tuesday afternoon the residence of D. M. Hale caught on fire but was extinguished without any great amount of loss. Yesterday morning a pan of hot grease caught on tire at the residence of W. M. Blackard but was put out with only the loss of a little wall paper and a badly disarranged room. That it pays to advertise ia evident from the fact that "James Crockett, who is in charge of the Blackard, Bethell & Co. stock of goods, said that his ad in the Press and a few hand bills had increased his sales more than one half in the last two weeks. What the Press can do for one firm it can do for another. DIED:—Last Sunday morning in this city occurred the death of the little two.month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Walter McDole,whose death was caused frcm acute indigestion. The funeral and burial occurred in the afternoon at the Pa,w Paw g^rave yard. Two weeks ago Mr. and Mrs. MoDole, who live near Fort Gibson, brought the child to the home of Mrs. McDole's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Shackelford, and all that loving bands and medical attention could do was done to restore the little one back to health, but to no avail. You'should not delay under any circumstances in cases of Kidney *and Bladder trouble. You should take something promptly that you know is reliable, something like DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. They are unequaled for weak back, backache,infiamation of the bladder, rheumatio pains, etc. When you ask for DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills,be sure to get them. They are antiseptic. Accept no substitutes: insist upon getting the rigl t kind. Sold by KuiBeley Brothers. FORT, SMITH; ARK. Mqfce^ Specialty of Merchant TAILOR leaning Send in Your OrtUr* /-> fv , , "J Be«t Equipped Work. Xl I |Vfi1n A in Western Arkansla Ok, UjClllg Out of Town Orders Solicited SCIENTIFIC HORSE SHOEING AT MY OLD STAND. None but first class work. We especially solicit vour shoeing on SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLES. We have a pood yard also and stock left with us will be cared for. COME AND SEE- W. G. MATHEWS NORTH OF SECTION HOUSE. HAY FOR SALE, July and Aug cutting per ton <fl>6 September cutting per ton <j |J5 O. D. PETTIT 3 miles south, MULUEOW, OKLA. Money to Loan. The Muldrow Land Co., will loan you money on from five to eeven year terms at low rates of interest upon improved farm lands and city property. Also buy and sell all kinds of real estate. List your property with us. Rooms in Atty.Watts bldg., Muldrow, Okla. DR. F. REED. I RESIDENT DENTIST MXJLDEOW, OKLA. Office Ovei The First National Bank. I

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  1. The Muldrow Press,
  2. 09 Apr 1909, Fri,
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