The Darrow Press (Darrow, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 22, 1906 Page: 5 of 8
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Do your Trading
Give Press advertisers the
the Preferance always.
Ordinance No 15 —In Relation to Conveying Real Estate
Be it ordained by the Board of Trustees of the in-
corporated town of Darrow:
That all of Block 44, and all of Block
85 in the Third Ward of Darrow, be, and is hereby set
aside for manufacturing or mi ing industries should said
blocks be deeded for that purpose, and in case deeds
skall be asked for, for either or both of the above men-
tioned Blocks, then the Town Board shall haves the power
to issue deed for the same, under such terms and condi-
tions as shall be of the greatest benefit to the property
Approved at final reading March 19th, 1906.
Attest: Gideon Daeschner, W. B. Harmon,
Town Clerk. Pres. of Board.
First published in Darrow Press March 22nd, 1906.
Subscribe tor the Press
The Darrow School will close
Ladies, by your Spring Hats of
P. B. Landis, and save money.
Fred Siegfried was in Wa-
tonga Monday and returned
^Vegetable Prepatalionfor As-
I nfants /Children
Frank Copper is spending
much of this week in Watonga
on legal business.
Assessor Adams is going over
th® township these days on his
If you want borgains get your
goods where y#u can get them
the cheapest.—F. B. Landis.
John Wisner, of near Okeene,
moved on a farm southwest of
Darrow the first of the week.
Old settlers tell us that Okla-
homa never saw as cold a March
as old boreas is giving us this
ness and Rest.Contains neither
Opium,Morphine nor Mineral.
/tlx. Senna *
A perfect Remedy forConslipa
Ron, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish-
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
Facsimile Signature oF
EXACT COPY OF WRABJ5ER.
For Infants and Children.
I The Kind You Have
THt OCNTftUH (OHNNV. MEW OIT*.
The Darrow camp of M. W. A.
was represented at the Home-
stead Camp by W. B. Harmon
last Saturday night.
Iftortb pacific Coast
Very Low Rates in Effect
Daily, Until April 7,1906
Many Routes from which
to Make Your Choice
Sam Aeckard was subpenaed
to trial at Watonga last Monday.
Ho returned as quick as possi-
ble to resume his work as engin-
eer at the oil rig.
AC. "ft. SUmrt
! Is Now Prepared to Supply You With
Full informatiod on request
GEO. H. LEE, J- S. McNALLY,
Gen. Pass Agt. Div. Pas. Agt
Little Rock. Ark. Oklahoma City, 0. T.
W. L. Peck, of the Southwest-
ern Drug Company, appeared
in Darrow in "full measure"
Tuesday, and sold goods to the
Tetnplin Drug Co.
Mrs w. H. McCool will discon-
tinue the restaurant with this
week. Mr. McCool will now put
in his spare time after working
hours fixing up his residence.
W.H. McCool moved the unfin-
ished house bought of W B.
Harmon off of Kopf Road and put
it on his lot across the Frisco
railroad track. He will finish it
up for a residenee.
Flour and Feed
At Living Prices.
Highest Market Prices Paid For
GHEflP RATES TO DENVER
"F R I S C O"
will sell daily until May 31st Round Trip Tickets to the
above point at greatly reduced rates. Tickets limited to
\ May 31st, exeept tickets sold during month of May to be
limited thirty days.
Mrs. Frank Nickerson was in
town Tuesday and purchased
Mrs.J.D. Pratt's "truant" chick-
ens. Said fowls can now stroll
all they please, having escaped
the limitations of a city ordi
Bears the lha Wild You Have Always Bought
\ PATRON SAINT OF MILLINERS,
POULTRY * EGGS
We respectfully solicit a share of your patronage.
DARROW, - - OKLAHOMA.
Wood work and Repair work
of all kinds.
I handie ft complete line of flow, Lister unci Sul)~n , i-
Shears. I make shears guaranteed to give satisfaction. 'II
take orders for any ready made Shears that are on the mark-
et. Can put a shear on your piow while you wait.
Your Patronage is Solicited.
E. G. Pl&TZSGHK&.
Write us for rates, map*, actuals ■* full infermatio..
Ask Frisco Agent, or
D. C. Farrington, T. P. A., Oklahoma City, Okla., or,
P. E. GUARK, D. P. A.,
Character in English History Has a
Good Claim to Title.
St. Edith should be a favorite with
her sex, as the woman who triumph-
antly defigd a mere man saint on be-
half of the great feminine privilege
This daughter of King Edgar was
j brought up in a convent at Wilton, and
i voluntarily destined to the life of the
J cloister; but she had a weakness for
[ wearing clothes that seemed too fine
| and gay for a nun.
St. Ethelwood, who ventured to up*
braid her, received the crushing reply|
"God's doom, that may not fail, i9
1 pleased only with conscience. There-
fore I trow that as clean a soul may
be under those clothes that are ar-
rayed with gold, as under thy slight
fur-skins." St. Edith's views should
have made her the patron saint of mil*
liners and dressmakers.
central Oklahoma immioration go. ]
Ul. N. TOMBLIN President, DARROW, OKLA
We have an extensive advertising and correspondence 5
system through the Mississippi valley. It will pay you to list g;
your farm or residence property with us. 3
We will look after taxes of non-resident property owners. |
Correspondence is solicited. Will answer all inquiries sent with 5
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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/m1/5/: accessed May 18, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.