125 years ago
november 21, 1890
The RECORD has failed, unintentionally, to extend a fraternal hand to its new journalistic neighbors, Messrs. Kuhn and Foote, who have been for two weeks proprietor and editor respectively of the Marion Times (formerly Scimeter). They are both gentlemen of ability, capable of making a good paper.
Owners or harborers of dogs would do well to read the ordinance in relation to same, published in to-day’s paper.
Dr. T.T. Davis’ familiar form and face, seen daily on our streets now, recalls memories of pioneer days, when the doctor furnished powders and pills for nearly the entire community. He has changed but little in appearance since then, except to look a little younger. He has returned to his “first love”—Marion—and opened an office in the Siebert block.
Dr. Rogers, Dave Wheeler, J.S. Dean, Ed Baxter and we don’t know who all else are hunting in Oklahoma
Probably some local reader has a good, fresh cow he would like to have well fed and comfortably housed this winter. If so, we can accommodate you, for the milk. Call immediately.
Miss Cady, the new State Secretary of the Y.W.C.A. made her first visit to Marion this week and was tendered a reception by our girls in the parlors of the Y.M.C.A. building Thursday evening. About fifty or more girls were present, and after a fine supper was served a little meeting was held in which all took part and enjoyed very much.