The Darrow Press (Darrow, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 22, 1906 Page: 3 of 8
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THE BOSS RULES
HOUSE REPUBLICANS DECIDE TO
"STAND PAT" ON THE HAMIL-
TON STAEHOOD BILL
BEASTS OF BURDEN
Our beasts of burden,.the horse and the ox, known for their strength,
CANNON HAS DECIDED ON A CONFERENCE
Black Snake a Fighter.
A writer has described the common
black snake as the most pugnacious
"and | get theirfood from the-vegetable^ngdorU.
the man who doesn't understand his
style of fighting will do well to apolo-
gize before the first blow is struck."
A large number of the snakes in the
Worcester farm are Florida rnttlers
caught by Mr. Brownell within the las'
w. l. Douglas
Rights and Destinies of Oklahoma Are
in Hands of the Stubborn Speaker
of Lower House—A Compromise
May be Effected
WASHINGTON: As the result of
a caucus, the republicans of the house
voted, 126 to 35, to stand by the state-
hood bill as it passed the. house, and
ask the senate for a conference on the
measure. This vote followed immedi-
ately after a resolution offered by Mr.
Mondell of Wyoming had been defeat-
ed, 123 to 43. Mr. Mondell's resolu-
tion sought to have the house agree to
the senate amendment eliminating
Arizona and New Mexico from the bill,
and asked for a conference on the mi-
nority amendments to the measure.
Several speeches were made. They
were limited to five minutes each, but
in the cases of Speaker Cannon and
Mr. Hamilton of Michigan, chairman
of the committee on territories, the
time limit was extended. Mr. Ham-
ilton opened the discussion with a
plea for the original house bill.
Mr. Mondell, in offering his propo-
sition for concurrence, paid a high
tribute to the speaker, but declared
that those who opposed his position
were only acting within their duty.
Speaker Cannon followed, touching
first on the binding effect on both cau-
cuses and conference. He took the
position that where the party took ac-
tion on any matter of this nature all
members participating were bound by
He made the point that there were
twenty residents of Oklahoma and In-
dian Territory who objected to being
tied together where there was one in
Arizona and New Mexico. He ad-
mitted that he was being deluged
with telegrams on behalf of Oklahoma.
He contended that the effect of admit-
ting Oklahoma and Indian Territory at
this time, and not disposing of Ari-
zona only meant that there would be
four new senators from Arizona and
New Mexico instead of but two sena-
tors in case the house stood firm. To
add four senators where but two
should be added, he declared, would
give the senate too much influence as
compared with the house, based on
Free Scores of Operas.
A German inventor has perfected
an apparatus which, by easy manipula-
tion, throws the words of an opera
being sung on to the proscenium
above the stage. The words appear
line by line as they are sung, and
there is nothing about it to disturb
the spectators. The apparatus is con-
trolled by the prompter, and is stated
to be quite cheap.
W. L. Douglas >4.00 cut Edge Line
cannot be equalled at any price
WHEAT FLAKE CELERY
You cannot tell much about your
crown by the size of your hat.
Smokers have to call for Lewis' Single
Binder cigar to get it. Your dealer or
Lewis' Factory, Peoria, 111.
No, Alonzo, a man isn't necessary
simple because he lives the simple
is made from the wheat, the most important cereal that Nature produces as food
for man. It is so scientifically and hygienieally prepared as to render it not alone
nourishing, but cleanly and acceptable to the most delicate stomach. Does not
bind the bowels as do most breakfast foods. Consumers should be on their
guard against food articles that are made in a haphazard manner as they are
likely to prove deleterious to health.
Palatable—Nutritious—Easy of Digestion and Ready to Eat
Can be served hot. Put In a hot oven for a few minutes; or cook in boiling milk to a mush.
10c a package. For sai. by |~ ~
Ah inn eli nourishment Gl'OCerS j package
as 3 loaves of bread -
Dr. Price, the famous food expert, the creator of Dr. Price's Cream Bak.ng Powder and Delicious
Flavoring Extracts. Ice Cream Sugar and Jelly Desserts, has never been compelled,
notwithstanding strenuous Food laws, to change any of his products. have *lw&y*
conformed to their requirements. This is an absolute guarantee of Ineir quality and purity.
Where Others Failed.
"Each spring for five or six years I
broke out with a kind of Eczema,
which nothing seemed to relieve per-
manently. Finally I tried a box of
Hunt's Cure, which promptly cured
me. Two years have passed by, but
the trouble has not returned."
Mrs. Kate Howard,
Little Rock, Ark.
The novelty has generally worn off
the things we covet by the time we
NO REST NIGHT OR DAY.
july 6. 18tfl
\v uuuk 111 uuiuuy 11111 A iu a MiHoiii
Fortune knocks once at every man's
door, but misfortune frequently crawls
in at the windows.
Thompson's Eye Watei
PENSIONS SFHT FRE&
Write Mathan Bickford, 914 F St., f ashlngton, D. a
Woman's rights furnish a topic for
conversation more often than men's LEGAL ADVICE anV*s¥ate.'
Wrongs. Mall 81.00. Law Bureau,People's Institute,Chicago.
W. L. DOUGLAS MAKES & SELLS MORE
MEN'S $3.50 SHOES THAN ANY OTHER
MANUFACTURER IN THE WORLD.
C1 0 nnn REWARD to anyone who can
0 I UjUUU disprove this statement.
HI could take you into mv three large factories
at Brockton, Mass., and show you the infint>t«
care with which every palrof shoes Ismade, you
would realize why W. L. Douglas $3.50 shoes
cost more to make, why tliey hold their shape,
lit better, wear longer, and are of greater
intrinsic value than any other $3.50 shoe.
W. L. Douglas Strong Made Shoos for
Men, $2.SO, $2.QO. Boys' School A
brass Shoes, $2. SO, &2, $1,7S,$1.BO
CAUTION .—Insist upon having W.L.Doug-
lag shoes. Take 110 substitute. None genuine
without his name and price stamped on bottom.
Fast Color Evelets used; they will not wear brassy.
Writo for Illustrated Catalog.
AV. 1 DOUGLAS, Brockton. Mass.
WE'VE HERD THIS BEFORE
Speaker Says Oklahoma Will be New
State Before Congress Adjourns
WASHINGTON: The Oklahoma
statehood delegation headed by Dele-
gate McGuire called on Speaker Canon
and questioned him in regard to the
persistent reports being made that he
was about to surrender and accept
the statehood bill as it came from the
senate. They also discussed with him
the prospects for securing statehood
at an early date for Oklahoma and
the Indian Territory.
In reply to their solicitations Speak-
er Cannon said: "I can promsie you
that before the gavel falls to close the
present session of congress, Oklahoma
and the Indian Territory will be given
an enabling act admitting them to
statehood." And then, with a twinkle
in his eye, he added: "And so will
New Mexico and Arizona."
When questioned in regard to wheth-
er he intended to carry out his plans
as already announced in regard to 1
statehood legislation he said that he |
still stands pat on the original house '
statehood bill and that he did not in- |
tend to alter his position.
The decollete gown is all right so 1
far as it goes.
CAPTURES A HORSETHIEF
Four Out of Gang of Twelve Have Al-
ready Been Caught
MUSKOGEE: W. 0. Stanley has
been -placed in jail here, charged with
being a member of a gang of horse-
thieves who have been operating in 1
the western part of the Creek nation
for some time, and have stolen a total
of fifty-three horses.
Stanley was brought in by Deputy
Marshal Teel. Teel says that Walter
Cress is under arrest at Pawnee, and
that he is a pal of Stanley in the
horsestealing business. Teel also says
that these two men are members of a
gang of twelve who have been steal-
ing horses and running them out of
the country, and that four of the
twelve have been captured. He be-
lieves the gang will be broken up
The dircct charge against Stanley
is stealing some horses from Root
brothers at Manford.
To go to a bargain sale is a sign that
you will purchase many things you
With Irritating Skin Humor—Hair Be-
gan to Fall Out—Wonderful Re-
sult from Cuticura Remedies.
"About the latter part of July my
whole body began to itch. I did not
take much notice of it at first, but it
began to get worse all the time, and
then I began to get uneasy and tried
all kinds of baihs and other remedies
that were recommended for skin hum-
ors; but I became worse all the time.
My hair began to fall out and my
scalp itched all the time. Especially
at night, just as soon as I would get
in bed and get warm, my whole body
would begin to itch and my finger
nails would keep it irritated, and it
was not long before I could not rest
night or day. A friend asked me
to try the Cuticura Remedies, and I
did, and the first application helped
me wonderfully. For about four
weeks I would take a hot bath every
night and then apply the Cuticura
Ointment to my whole body; and I
kept getting belter, and by the time
I used four boxes of Cuticura I was
entirely cured, and my hair stopped
falling out. D. E. Blankenship, 319
N. Del. St., Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 27.
Let us begin the elimination of bat-
1 tie scenes from text books.
OUR NEW CATALOGUE IS A MARVEL OF ART
Our Cotton Gin Machinery is all that
the Catalogue claims for it.—Write
us for Catalogue—and tell us what
Machinery you are in need of.
CONTINENTAL GIN COMPANY, DALLAS, TEXAS
Many Children are Sickly.
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders forCliildren,
used by Mother Gray, a nurse Id Children's
Home, New York, cure Feverishness, Head-
ache, Stomach Troubles, Teething Dis-
orders, Break up Colds and Destroy Worms.
At all Druggists-.25c. Sample mailed FREE.
Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
It is easy to mistake your individual
sorehead for the universal con-
The poorest kind of a living is the
one that has to be made at the ex-
pense of your life.
For Your Family and Your Horse
The Best Antiseptic Known.
TRY IT FOR
Price, 25c., 50c. and $1.00.
Dr. EARL S. SLOAN,
615 Albany St., Boston, Mass.
(Oil IT ^'NO MONEY TILL CURED * o?'pSoMmtitt ME* CUREDJ
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klMJ MUHL.T I ILL WUJCLl/ Dis«^.wnh Names or p^iheat pim luked
l -DRS. THORHTOH a MIN0R"03I 0** 3t, KAHSA5 CITY. M0.(bb«noi omit ftr3r.Lou.5 j
. 25 Cts.
UN ONE DAY f
HAS HO EQljAL FOFTHI
IS GUARANTEED TO CORE
GRIP, BAD COLD, HEADACHE AHD NEURALGIA.
I won't sell Antl-Orlplnc to a dealer who won't Guarantee
It. C&U for your MONEY BACK IF IT DOX'T CUKE.
F* IF. Dieincr, JT. !>., ManuIaoturcr,Sj ri firi?eId, Mo.
the price. Yon can't (
any price. Here'Bthe
reason: Yon're deal-
ing with the factory.
30 Days Free'Trial, Two Yeai-aGuarantea
Roraember we make what we Hell. We're not a mat 1
order house. Thai's why we can givo such a guar-
antee. Direct Bales, direct guarantee, a price u i-
equalled and SOdays to make up your mind. \\ i ;ta
forour vehicle catalog and comn' t* selling plan.
The Progressive Vehicle Mfg. Co., Ft. Wayne, Ir.d.
Kills Prairie Bogs and Goph-
ersof all kinds. Endorsed by
k State Experimental Stations.
\ l,4(XJtablet8prepaid for*1.25.
) Warranted. lUtlclde Tab-
/ lew 25c. ABk druggist or
fiend direct. Booklet free.
F, D. Chemical Co., Fort Dodge, la.
WANTED FOR THE UNITED STATES
ARMY- able-bodied, unmarried men. be-
tween the ages of 21 and 35; citizens ot
United States, of good character and
temperate habits, who can speak, read
and write English. For information ap-
nlj to Recruiting Office Building, Okla-
homa, Guthrie, Shawnee, Enid, U. 'i., or
Tulsa, I. T.
BEFIMCE C«ld Water Starch
makes laundrv yi. rk a pleasure. 10 oz. pkg. lOo.
three great pursuit*
have again shown
FREE HOMESTEAD LANDS
OF WESTERN CANADA.
Magnificent climate—farmers plowing in theii
shirt sleeves In the middle of November.
"All are bound to be more than pleased with
the final results of the past season's harvest."—
Coal, wood, water, hay In abundance—schools,
churches, markets convenient.
This is the era of $1.00 wheat.
Apply for Information to Superintendent of
Immigration, Ottawa, Canada, or to authorized
Canadian Government Agent—J. S. Crawford,
No. 125 W. Ninth Street, Kansas City,Missouri.
(Mention this paper.)
W.N.U., Oklahoma City, No. 12, 1906.
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troubles, and stating your age. We will send you
FFEE ADVICE, in plain sealed envelope, and a val-
uable book on'' Home Treatment for Women.''
Address: Ladies' Advisory Department, The
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Daeschner, Gideon. The Darrow Press (Darrow, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 22, 1906, newspaper, March 22, 1906; Darrow, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc179908/m1/3/: accessed May 29, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.