The Darrow Press (Darrow, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 9, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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The Darrow Press
GIDEON DAESCHNER, 14. and Pib.
Published every Thursday at
tenness of the attack is that he
is branded as a Democrat, just
because he is opposed to the coun-
ty organization. The Press re-
futes the claim. We claim that
John Dillon will vote for the Re-
publican nominee for Congress,
no matter who he be. Mr. Dil-
lon's principle is to put in his
work at the primaries and conven-
er,.n,po.Hl,,iI„„tbe«nt„Mr^w 'j008' 'henstand by the results.
Mr. Dillon has many Demo-
crat c friends is not due to any
political remuneration, but to his
high type of manhood: and there
are hundreds of Republicans that
admire him on the same ground.
The claim that John Dillon owns
the Democratic newspapers of
the couuty is also as foolish as
it is unwise.
SUBSCRIPTION,PER YEAR, $1.00
Kind You Han Aiwajrs Boocftt
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Entered at the Post Offlce at Darrow. Okla.,
Second Claas Mall Matter.
The Political Compaign is Rotten
The stench created by the
rottenness in politics, dished up
by some of the county papers, is
enough to sicken a sane public
We are comparatively new in
Oklahoma, therefore have no
special preferences to any fac-
tion of the Republican party it
is MEN that we are looking for.
not disgusting factionalism. If,
in search for MEN, in the Re
publican ranks of Blaine county,
we would scan the columns of
both factions, (if factions they
must be called) we could, from
observation, since coming to
Oklahoma, through a business
and social way, find no better
men than Hon. T. B. Ferguson
and Hon. John Dillon; yet the
factionalism seems to pivot on
these two men. We admire the
stearling worth of the ex-Oover-
nor, and as far as we know him
he deserves to be made congress
man from this district—he is
capable and the honor would be
well confered. We do not doubt
that the same thing can be said
of either of the other candidates
We feel just as confident that
Mr. Dillon would not champion
the candidacy of any other man
for that office who is of less pro-
potion in any of the desired
In the progress of the present
compaign there presents them-
selves some very unpleasant and
unfair phases; first of all we
mention the unfair attacks made
by the Democratic press
Blaine county on T. B. Ferguson.
Up to this date they have failed
to give a substantial reason fo
their position, other than to pre
sent, between the lines, their
desire to prolong the factional-
ism within the Republican
party, with an end in view to
further their selfish party inter-
Unlon Sunday School
morning, beginning at
a c at 10 o'clock
a Sunday School for all. Everybody
made welcome. Dr. O. E. Templin, Supt.
Darrow C*mp- No- '
Meets every Friday Night.
Ha. Clerlf' Harm°n CouDseI- Dr.O.E.Temp-
Justice Brewer, addressing a
convention of insurance agents,
at Milwaukee, recently, said:
There has been a good deal of
disturbance in the body politic
the past year, and it is likely to
continue. The nation is engag-
ed in the business of cleaning
house. We have been a long
time fixing up 0ur front yards.
We have forgotten that every
house has a back yard, and have
not been as particular about it.
We are going to clean the back
yards. As a result of the work
now going on there will be truth
and henesty in every industry.
In the shaking up a great many
men will be unjustly condemned.
Do not condemn a man until he
is found guilty, but when he is
found guilty, whoever he may
be, let him take his punishment.
Some think we are going to have
trouble every time there is an
expose. It is not true. The
great American people is not un
railroad time table
Arrival and departure of trains at
^'8fi>~rPa88fD£er 9:48 *• •
86 Locr1 Freight 10:05 a. m
" 644^—Local Freight..
^|"d.Yoa Ha™ Always Bought, and which has beta
to me for over 30 yea™, has home the JgnXTrf
^ and has been made under his per-
sonal supervision since Its infancy.
What is CASTOR IA
a harmleS8 8llbstitnte for Castor Oil, Pare*
* ibing Syrups. It is Pleas^U
aubste^lL °p.ium Morphine nor other Xarcotie
Sd ^ £ <5V* itS S^atee. It destroys Worn.
Colic, it tJneVen??neSS* 11 cures Di*rrh(K and Wind
Sd PU.nl Jeethlne Troubles, cures Constipation
StoLIJh ^C.?C£' , a^'lnillates the Pood, regulates the
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
11:45 p. m
. 9:00 a
Tie Kind* You Hare Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
N*MM, TT Miur msn —-
The CITY HACK LINE
N. E. WILLARD, Prop,
Makes all trains regularly. I am pre-
pared to drive any distance in
any direction. Aak /or
J. D. PRATT
Notary work done Reasonable.
Jwtt. KiBdjrog HawAhwjsBought
Sales Cried Reasonable
Best Steam Lump Coal. The
very best that can be bought.
Prices low as the
Have your order.
Lifmber, Lath, ^Shingles,
Paints, Oils and Builders
H AR13 \\/ AF?F^1
Cor-ne and See.
The second unjust attack of
which we wish to speak is,
sorry to say, within the columns
of three of our Republican
pers, with the end in mind
injure Hon. John Dillon
M r. Dillon is with the McGuire
state organization is known to •
everybody. He is honest in his J
position and is no less Republi- •
can in principles than anyone I
of the other faction, the
WOOD WORK AND REPAIR WORK OP ALL KINDS
H0R5E5H0EING A SPECIALTY
disc plows, in fact it is theory bSSt^t w°h sh?rpen J°ur
such work call and give me a tHaT * When ln °eed of
G«rt".b'd GS.TflZZ?" " H,rve6ler,nd Mower sections,
""'""f, *MJ .od sprinjj
of riding in as safe a vehicle as in a new one. the comfort
Your Patronage it Solicited.
Darrow G* P,ETZSGHKE.
•«.i? ou3 immigration Go.
m- N. TOMBLIN President. DARROW. OKUfl.
system throu/h tL'MtSpp^vIuTv'^Itwin ';°"esponde',ce \
your farm or residence property with us W T°U '° "St j
We will look after taxes of non-resident property owners. 1
re0,urn " S°,iCi,ed- «t with I
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Daeschner, Gideon. The Darrow Press (Darrow, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 9, 1906, newspaper, August 9, 1906; Darrow, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc179943/m1/4/: accessed October 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.