The Darrow Press (Darrow, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 18, 1906 Page: 8 of 8
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Local News «
Buggies—a brand new assort-
meat, at the Eagle Lumber Co.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Barbed wire hog fence, sold at
the Eagle lumber yard.
Cbas. Glyckherr, of Southard,
spent a few hours in Darrow
The Eagle Lumber Company
can supply your stove-pipe wants.
Mary Siegfried, of Okeene,
attended the dance at Darrow
Stove pipe in any quantity, at
the Eagle lumber office.
James Keesecker, of Hennes-
see, is visiting with his brother,
Tom,at this place.
Loaded shells for the quail
season.—Eagle Lumber Co.
A $45.00 Scholarship in book-
keeping and shorthand for sale
in this office, cheap.
Good, new buggies, just arriv-
ed.—Eagle Lumber Company.
•A Darrow firm got in a dozen
pair of rubber boots last Friday
and the rainy weather Sunday
and Monday sold them all out
but one pair.
E. L. Hotchkiss, of Watonga,
was attending to business in
Old papers for under your car-
pet, cheap, at the Press office.
Loren Howel, the elevator
man, is very much interested in
the "cotton business", at least
he keeps a close watch on the
Our friend Tom Wiley is also
.interested in the "cotton busi-
ness," he had a bale on the
string too, but while he recon-
noitered his younger brother
gained a point. Cotton is ad
vancing, Tom, so you had better
stay closer to ohe gin.
Florance Pratt will organize
a Sunday School in the school
house where she is teaching.
The organization will be effected
next Sunday. Dr. 0. E. Temp-
!in and Miss Daisy Pratt will
go out to help in the beginning.
Many men give lavishly of gold,
To build bridges and castles and
towers of old;
If you want everlasting fame, a
Give the poor and needy Rocky
—Templin Drug Co.
Oscar Costly delivered 1300
bushels of wheat to the Darrow
market last week.
If you have lost your boyhood
spirits, courage and confidence
of youth, we offer you new life,
fresh courage and freedom from
ill health in Hollister's Rocky
Mountaiu Tea. 35 cents, Tea
or Tablets.—Templin Drug Co.
A new Pratt improved, up-
right condenser was enstalled in
the Dorey cotton gin the first of
the week. This is the latest im-
provement in the cotton gin
The Dorey Ginning Company
received a car load of coal last
T. J. Lollman sold a fine hog
to Mr. Silvey, the butcher,
Flossie Silvey was numbered
among the sick last week but is
again able to go to school.
Hitchcock, Okeene, Ferguson
and Southard were represented
at the dance Saturday night.
The Eagle Lumber Company
put in a stock of buggies, loaded
shells, hog wire, and stove pipes
We don't keep 'em, we sell 'em.
E. C. Pietzschke sold a fire
extinguisher to Lewis Dorey
the first of the week. It will be
kept in the gin for emergencie s.
Every week the newspapers of
Darrow and Okeene are remov-
ing each other from the railway
map, but the railway companies
seem not to know that liberties
are being taken with their prop-
New Encyclopedia Cheap
A $36.00, Americanized Ency-
clopedia Britannica, for sale at
this-office for &10.00. This Ency-
clopedia is in ten volumes and
will make a handsome addition
to any library. We have two
set in this office, therefore offer
one at a sacrifice.
The men that stand for a pro-
hibitory amendment to a state
constitution stand for it simpily
for the love they have for hu-
L. J. Silvey butchered a beef
and a hog Monday. It was a
disagreeable day to kill, but our
butcher is up to his trade, rain
L. C. Griffin bought several
new buggies. He will keep an
assortment of buggies for sale
in connection with his lumber
Get a Business Education
You can buy a scholarship for
a complete course in Book-keep-
ing and Shorthand in the Capi-
tal City Business College, at
Guthrie, Okla. of the editor of
this paper at a bargain. You
will save enough by buying the
ticket of us to pay for many
Mr. Gellette, a former hack
driver for Pratt's livery, visited
in Darrow the first of the week.
This is the season of decay
and weakened vitality. Nature
is being shorn of its beauty and
bloom. If you would retain
yours, fortify your system with
Holister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
35 cents, Tea or Tablets.
—Templin Drug Co.
D.B. Davidson, of the Western
Composite Brick Co. of Kansas
City and Omaha, was a pleasant
visitor at Darrow yesterday.
2jJr. Davidson was in the city
and snrrounding country for
the purpose of exploiting the
raw material resources for the
manufacture of brick and
The pupils of the Darrow
Schools, little and big, are pick-
ing cotton evenings after school
and Saturdays. About a dozen
invaded Will Fisher's patch last
Saturday and made a good show-
ing. Several of their number
made over $1.00 per day. The
candy dealers have been doing
a flourishing business ever since.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sheldon,
of Omaha, Neb., are visiting
with their daughter, Mrs. J, D.
Pratt, this week. Mr. and Mrs.
Sheldon had not met their daugh-
ter's family for 15 years.
Archie Caron, of Onaga, Kans.
was a pleasant visitor at Darrow
last week. He was on his re-
turn home from Texas where he
had been looking at the country.
Mr.Caron was among the first
jolly settlers of Darrow and
loves to put in his appearance
with the boys yet.
Those who have recently
moved into the county and are
not well informed as to
methods which should
be followed in farming here,
should by all means attend the
annual meeting of the farmers'
institute which will be held in
Watonga on Oct. 24th and 25th,
1906. By doing this and listen-
ing to the discussions, asking
questions of those who know,
and putting what they learn into
practice next season, they are
bound to be more sccessful.—
Notice t3 the Public
I, Lewis Nelson Martin, herewith
give notice that my wife has deserted
my home and that I shall not be re-
sponsible for any indebtedness that she
may incur hereafter.
Lewis Nelson Martin
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggefs
A Busy Medicine for Busy Feople.
Brings Golden Health and Renewed Vigor,
A specific lor Constipation. Indigestion. Liver
and Kidney troubles. Pimples. Eczema. Impure
Blood. Bad Breath. Sluggish Bowels. Headache
and Backache. Its Rocky Mountain Tea in tab-
let form. 35 cents a box. Genuine made by
Hollisteb Drcg Company. Madison, Wis.
GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
The M. D. Wells & Company Shoes,
the Long Wearers, for Ladies and
Gents, are sold in my store. Good
leather; well made; good fit.
New Assortment to
Over-alls, Shirts, Socks, Gloves,etc,etc.
Dress Well and feel Comfortable
The Profits on these Goods are on your
side--I knocked the Profits for me out
when I marked them.
New things to eat coming in every day.
Betri tb« KM Yoi Ha HlnajS BwgM
Sales Cried Reasonable
J. D. PRATT
Notary work done Reasonable.
Notice to Cotton Growers!
Bring Your Cotton to
We have a New Gin with all the
most improved machinery, now in oper-
ation. We pay the Top Price for Cotton.
Come and let us talk with you before you
We have a lot of Wilburton Fine
Lump Coal, selling at the lowest possi-
DOREY GINNING CO.
The CITY HACK LINE
N. E. WILLARD, Prop.
Makes all trains regularly. I am pre-
pared to drive any distance io
any direction.* Ask for
DARROW, - OKLA'
WOOD WORK AND REPAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
Plow season Is not over yet and I am always ready to put a
Shear on your plow while you wait. I sharpen di«c the right
and only way.
Special attention to Ordering Imple-
About Your Vehicles:— By replacing buggy and spring
wagon Stubs when worn, now, you will have the comfort
of riding in as safe a vehicle a$ in a new one.
Your Patronage is Solicited.
E. G. PlfsTZSGHKEs.
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Daeschner, Gideon. The Darrow Press (Darrow, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 18, 1906, newspaper, October 18, 1906; Darrow, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc179959/m1/8/: accessed June 24, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.