The Darrow Press. (Darrow, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 20, 1905 Page: 3 of 8
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THE DARROW PRESS
By GIDEON DAESCHMER.
NEW STATE NEWS
Indian Agent. Kelsey begins the
I>elaware Indian payment of $150,000
Governor Ferguson is being asked
to pardon Jesse W. Brenton, sent up
from Woodward county in 1903 on a
charge of rape. The grounds upon
which the pardon is asked are that
sufficient punishment has already
been meted out.
Rural free delivery has been or-
dered established at Willow Creek,
Marietta claims to be the second
largest cotton market in Indian Ter-
ritory. The town concedes first hon-
ors ot Ardmore.
The Oklahoma Medical association
has been notified of the arrest and
conviction of Dr. J. B. Patrick, at
Grand, for practicing without a li-
cense. Being unable to pay his fine
of $50 he was sent to jail. He denied
intentional violation of law, pleading
William S. Coffin of Oklahoma City
has been granted a patent for a corn
W. T. Jenkins, territorial cattle in-
spector, says all the cattle in the
mange infected district of Woodward
county will soon be dipped, and the
territorial board will be able to raise
ihe quarantine, which has been in
force for several months. All cattle-
men are being forced to dip th-eir
Dr. Wyman, the government phys
ician for the Sac and Fox Indians, in
his official report snows that during
his twenty years' practice among dif-
ferent Indian tribes, he has never
found a case of cancer among red-
skins, nor of insanity, except when
produced by seevre alcoholism.
The school house at Red Moon, In
Day county, was burned one night
last week. At the annual school
meeting it was voted to move the
school house, but other citizens ob-
tained an injunction and stopped the
proposed removal. The burning of
the building is believed to be the out-
growth of the quarrel.
A party of Durant capitalists has
purchased the Farmers and Mer-
chants Bank of Milburn and organized
the First National bank of that place.
The attorney general of tne United
States has ordered that Indian Terri-
tory prisoners now be sent to Fort
Leavenworth until rurther orders.
For the past few months they have
been taken to Atlanta, Ga.
Alleged discrimination in freight
rates is made the. basis of a suit
which*has been brought in the United
States court at Eufaula against the
Fort Smith & Western Railroad com-
pany. The Eufaula cotton Oil com-
pany is the plaintiff in the case, and
it asks $23,000 damages.
The attorney general, Mr. Simons,
has stated that as a result of Judge
Hainer's injunction in the sanitarium
matter, further proceedings toward
repairing the buildings at Fort Sup-
ply will be held in abeyance for the
time being, and no contracts will be
let so long as the Injunction is in ef-
The conerstone of the new $30,000
city hall at Shawnee was laid by the
Masonic fraternity last week.
George W. Neal, dean of Lincoln
University, of Lincoln. III., has been
elected president of Indianola College
and is expected in Wynnewood with-
in a few days.
The contracts have been let and
work commenced in earnest on the
new $20,000 hotel at Durant. The
hotel will be a modern brick struc-
ture, three stories in height.
The const met ion of the first four- '
teen miles of the Oklahoma & Chero-
kee Central railroad has been liegun
at Chelsa. Camps are strung along
fhe line west of that place to the
An explosion of a gasoline stove at
Coalgate caused the loss of three
buildings by fire last week. The
total loss was $4,000.
Ada is considering ways and means
oi erecting an auditorium.
Nell—I once told a girl a secret, I Lots of men who figure on schemes |
and it never leaked out. Belle—Poor | to make millions would be surprised
girl! Was it the responsibility that | to find themselves in possession of $5
kijled her? i in real money.
Are you going to the Pacific? There
is a new railroad reaching that favor-
ite region, the San Pedro, Los Angeles
& Salt Lake Railroad, popularly known
as the "Salt Lake Route." It is oper-
ating a palatial vestlbuled Pullman
train out of Salt Lake City for Los
Angeles every evening at 8:30 o'clock.
Your ticket agent has coupons read-
ing via this new line and be sure to
insist upon this routing when buying
tickets to the Pacific Coast.
Ask for the Salt Lake Route, or the
San Pedro Line, and take no other, be-
cause it is the best road to the best
part of the Pacific Coast. Write for
illustrated booklet to J, L. Moore,
D. P. A., Salt Lake City.
No man who isn't looking for
trouble will argue with his wife while
she is trying to arrange her hair in a
rSK THIS FAMOFS
Red Cross Bull Bine. Large 2-oz. package 5
cents. The Kuss Company, South Bend, Ind.
Nutmeg Tree and Fruit
"A nutmeg tree," said the New Ha-
ven gardener. "It looks like a laurel,
doesn't it? Such trees are rare in
"The nutmeg tree begins to bear at
the age of ten years. It keeps on
bearing until it Is ninety. The fruit
resembles an apricot, and when it is
ripe it bursts open, showing at its
heart the black nutmeg inclosed in a
network of scarlet.
"The nutmeg, after plucking, must
bed ried. It is dried over a slow fire,
and the process is tedious; it often
occupies two months.
"Before shipping the nutmegs are
always steeped in sea water and
lime. This is to protect them from
insects. They have nothing but in-
sects to fear. In an anti-insect con-
dition they keep—well, they keep
practically forever-.'"—New Haven
"Obey" should be left In the mar-
riage service. A considerate husband
is one who would lay an express com-
mand on his wife only when he
thought it for her welfare, and a lov-
ing wife would obey this command
without question.—Carolyn Halsted.
Sillicus—I wonder why most people
think women have no sense of hu-
mor? Cynicus—Because they tak®
It Matters Not.
No matter the name; no matter the
place, if you are afflicted with that
Intolerable, often excruciating itching
sensation, you want a cure and want
Hunt's Cure is infallible, never fail-
ing remedy. It cures. Only 50c per
box and strictly guaranteed.
Best in Existence.
"I sincerely believe, all things con-
sidered, Hunt's Lightning Oil is the
most useful and valuable household
remedy in existence. For Cuts, Burns,
Sprains and Insect Bites it has no
equal so far as my experience goes."
G. E. Huntington.
When a man stands at the mar-
riage altar he gets as nervous as he
does when watching the bulletins of
a base ball game.
Try One Package.
If "Defiance Starch" does not please
you, return it to your dealer. If it
does you get one-third more for the
same money. It will give jf-ou satis-
faction, and will not stick to the iron.
While no man is sure that a wom-
an will make him a good wife, he is
very sure that she could not select a
better man for a husband than him-
Shoes which meet every demand made upon them far
Wear and Style last longer and look better.
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Your dealer will see that you are supplied with these
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you the best. See that you get these.
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SOAP BUBBLES FOR WEAKLINGS i
Blowing Them Good for Developing
Lungs of Anaemic Children
Blowing soap bubbles for the de-
velopment of the lungs of nervous
and anaemic children is a treatment
advised by a Montreal physician, and
it has met with remarkable and grati-
fying results. The Canadian doctor,
who has devoted himself to obstetrics
has found in the latter years ol' his
practice that mothers in the fashion-
able world object to crying babies,
and do not hesitate to sanction the
use of opiates by nurses—and the
nurses give full and unqualified ap-
proval—and he recites what is well
known to every physician, that the
baby which is lulled to sleep and not
permitted to howl and yell becomes
deficient in lung power, and after
babyhood is past is a weakling. Ho
has undertaken the treatment of just
this class of childten by the simple
but originl method of expanding and
contracting the lungs by a pastime
which the sickliest child will take
hold of with little or no persuasion.
He has devised a saponaceous mixture
which will make tough soap bubbles,
so that in the desire to increase the
size of the thin-walled globe the little
patient will exercise his or her lungs
to the fullest extent—and the simple
little trick is working wonders.—New
Don't Poison Baby.
prORTY YEARS AGO almost every mother thought her child must have
PAREGORIC or laudanum to make it sleep, These drugs will produce
sleep, and A FEW DROPS TOO MANY will produce the SLEEP FROM WHICH
THERE IS NO WAKING. Many are the children who have been killed or
whose health has been ruined for life by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each
of which is a narcotic product of opium. Druggists are prohibited from selling
either of the narcotics named to children at all, or to anybody without labelling
them poison.' The definition of narcotic "is; "A medicine which relieves pain
ta nd produces sleep, but which in poisonous doses produces stupor, coma, convul-
sions and deat h.'' The taste and smell of medicines containing opium are disguised,
and sold under the names of " Drops," " Cordials," " Soothing Syrups," etc. You
should not permit any medicine to be given to your children without you or
your physician know of what it is composed. CASTORIA DOES NOT CON-
TAIN NARCOTICS, if it bears the signature of Chas. H. Fletcher.
Letters from Prominent Physicians
addressed to Chas. h. Fletcher.
AVegctable Preparationfor As-
similating the Food and Reg ula
ting the Stomachs and Bowels of
ness and ReslXontains neither
Opium,Morphine nor Mineral.
fhapt of Old UrSAMLH PITCHER
Mx. Senna *
Jrmx Sttd .
a perfect Remedy for Constipa-
tion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
Worms .Convulsions,Fever i sh-
ness and Loss of Sleep.
facsimile Signature ot
Dr. J. W. Hinsdale, of Chicago, 111., gay* :
use In all families where there are children."
"I use your Castoria and ndvlse Its
Alexander F. Mintle. of Cleveland. Ohio, says: "I have frequently pre-
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Dr. J. A. McCIellan. of Buffalo, N\ Y., says : "I have frequently prescribed your
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Dr. J. W. Allen, of St. Louis. Mo., says: "I heartily endorse your Castoria. I
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do all that Is claimed for it."
Dr. C. H. Clidden, of St. Paul, Minn., says : "My experience as a practitioner
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for the young."
Dr H. D Renner, of Philadelphia, Pa., says: "I have used your Castoria as a
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fully endorse it as a safe remedy."
Dr J A. Roarman, of Kansas City. Mo., says: "Your Castoria Is a splendid
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from its administration to other children in my practice."
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
1 Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use Fop Over 30 Years.
Walking is said to be the best ex-
erefce a man can indulge in. Per
haps that is why so many men walk
home from the races.
Women who are good cooks and
tidy housekeepers seldom have time
to waste in a divorce court.
Piso's Cure is the best medicine we ever used
for all affections of the throat and lungs.- Wm
O. Esdslit, Yanburen, Ind.. Feb. 10, 1900.
Present virtues may do more for a
people than past victories.
There Is one remedy, and only one
I have ever found, to cure without
fail such troubles in my family as Ec-
zema. Ringworm, and all others of an
itching character. That remedy is
Hunt's Cure. We always use it and it
W. M. Christian,
If takes more than a white tie to
cover a black heart.
want their clothes clean and pure white. To get this result always use on washdaj
Bed Cross iall BErnie
Remember the name and get the genaine from your grocer. A large 2-cz. package for 5c
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K: a-tizen* of United States, of good character 1^ Snadar. df*r S:t J t:r.S *11.y
>ind temperate habit*, who <au apeak, read and
anta English. For information apply to Re-
tracting Officer. Postofflce building. Oklahoma
CityOkla. or Tulsa, lad. Ter.. Enid aaev
W.N.U.—Oklahoma City—No. 29,1905
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