The Darrow Press. (Darrow, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 20, 1905 Page: 8 of 8
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con PAN Y
for our SPECIAL SALE next month
J. A. SNYDER
General § flerchandine
If you are a bargain hunter or want Bar-
gains in Dry Goods, Groceries, Shoes,
Notions, Hats, Gloves, Queensware,
Etc., you should read our ads.
We offer you this week:
Ginghams worth 12£c we sell you at 10c
All our 6c Calico we'll sell you at 5c
Lawnss worth 5c for 4C
Cordelia Bourette worth 15c *for. 10c
Best Corn worth 8£c for 7c
Rioe worth 8§c for.T 5C
Lewis or Greenwich Lye, 3 boxes for 25c
Grandma Washing Powder, 2 sizes, 4c and 18c
and so on down the line.
We carry a complete line of Men's and Boys'
Work Shirts and Overalls, and the Celebrat- '
ed ***STAK*** Brand of Shoes, All Sizes.
Darrow, Okla. - J. A. SNYDER
^ GO TO THe Is-
...FOR FIRST CLASS...
BOARD OR LODGING
By The Day or Week.
Cigars, Candies, Nuts, Fruits, jfc. C. A. STEWART, Prop.,
Ice Cream, Cold Drinks, &c. V Darrow, Okla.
MEANS & JOHNSON,
Contracting Painters & Paper Hangers.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED FREE
Wall Paper On Hand
OFFICE AT LESLIE'S GROCERY, DARROW, OCLA.
Subscribe for Tfte Darrow Press. 75 cents a uear.
Oklahoma At Portland
Oklahoma evidently won the
everlasting friendship of the edi-
tors,as they turned out in a body
to attend the Oklahoma day exer-
cises, which were held in the
Auditorium yesterday afternoon
at 3 o'clock. The red, white and
blue badges of the association
were in evidence in all parts of
the audience, which comfortably
filled the lower floor of the build-
ing. The Oklahoman's were pur-
ple and white badges. On the
white badges were printed:
"Statehood for Oklahoma. Help
us get it."
Oklahoma is making a glorious
and vigorous fight for admission
to the Union, as yesterday she
carried the battle to Portland.
That Oklahoma must be admitted
to the Union was the keynote of
the meeting held yesterday in
the Auditorium. Leander Mar-
tin, secretary of the Oklahoma
commission, presided as chair-
man. In a short address he sta-
ted that there was going to be a
big wedding next winter in Wash-
ington to be officiated over by
President Roosevelt and Con-
gress. He said that then Okla-
homa would be wedded to her
Colonel Henry E.Dosch, direct-
or of exhibits, delivered an ad-
dress of welcome to the people of
Oklahoma and the National Edit-
orial Association on behalf of the
exposition management. He said
that the progress made by Okla-
homa was the wonder of the
world, and he predicted even
greater achievements. He was
followed by Capt. Seymour Foos,
personal representative of Gov
ernor Ferguson of Oklahoma,
who delivered a most elegant ad
dress. "The impression of the
great Northwest upon one who
has spent the most of his life up
on the great central plains is in
describable," said Captain Foos
"The enormous expanse of sage
brush fringed with the lofty
peaks that rear their heads heav
enward, beautiful lakes and riv
ers and streams suggestive of
purity and cleanliness, effect up-
on us a startling, enthralling and
lasting impression." He closed
his address by saying that the
people of Oklahoma and Indian
Territories were determined to
be united in one state, and they
felt satisfied that congress would
no longer deny 1,500,000 people
the right of self-government. He
was loudly applauded.
Roy Stafford, president of the
Oklahoma Press Association and
editor of the Oklahoma City Ok-
lahoman, gave a short talk on
the resources of his state. "Ok-
lahoma was opened to settlement
some 16 years ago, and people
poured over its borders found-
ing a civilization that we are just-
ly proud of today," he said.
Special Summer Tourist Rates
To The jSounheast
"F RISE O"
Dates of Sale:
One Fare, Plus Two Dollars, For
Daily to September 30, 1905.
Sixty Days From Date of Sale.
Alabama. Florida. Georgia, Ken-
tucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North
and South Carolina, Tennessee, Vir-
ginia and West Virginia.
Ask Frisco Agent, or
Address the undersigned for more detailed information..
P. £. CLARK, 0. P. A.,
as a sort of a Ma If-uJay-bolise between you and the ai
It is the break in the journey where you may "unspan"
so to speak, pull off your coat, climb the mountains, whip
the trout stream, or, if preferable, do a little plain loaf-
iny. When two so great attrctions, one artificial, the
other natural, lie thus in the same direction, it's a mis-
take to let pass the opportunity to see them; especially
if it be remembered that one fare covers both.
GEO. If. LEE, J. S. McNALLY,
Gen. Pass Agt. Div. Pas. Agt
Little Rock. Ark Oklahoma City, 0. T.
Lumber, Lath, ^Shingles,
Paints, Oils and Builders
Come and See.
We have Farms, Lots, and
Buildings to sell or trade; also
agents for Texas lands. For
anything in our line call or write
Kerwood 4 Son.
Don't smoke your life away
but if you must, get your smok-
ing at the Templin Drug Store.
! The Press weekly sttWJmru p., 80 Gts.
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Daeschner, Gideon. The Darrow Press. (Darrow, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 20, 1905, newspaper, July 20, 1905; Darrow, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc179866/m1/8/: accessed April 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.