The Darrow Press (Darrow, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 15, 1907 Page: 4 of 4
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I will mail vou free, to prove
merit, sampu ■, of my Dr. Shoop's
Kestorative. and my Book on
either Dyspepsia, The Heart, or
The Kidncvs. Troubles ot
the Stomach Heart or Kidneys,
are merely ssmptoms of a deeper
ailment. D"-1 ' make the com-
mon error of reating symptoms
only Svtn'y '>.n treatment is
treating th, wicsolt of .your ail-
ment. not the cause. Weak
Stmuach • cs the inside
nerves- -meau - Stomach weak-
ness, alw t . And the Heart,
and Kidncs * a* well, have their
controlling- - r inside nerve,.
Weaken th^e nerves. and
yon inevitably have weak vital
^ \ 9 '"a.'
For Infant* and :u:-ircn.
*'«'*« H«s i** BwgM
coauty attorney supject to the decision of
the Blaine County Republican convention.
FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS
We are authorized to announce Theodore
SS" 'JlSHSrnZ XI Great Sunday Scliool Man Coming
I lean Party.
We are authorized to announce John L
French as a candidate for treasurer ot
Blaine connty. subject to the decision of the
FOR COUNTY SHERIFF
We are authorized to announce Geo. A.
Mi-Arthur as a candidate for the office of
county sheriff, subject to the action of the
FOR .TUDGF. OF PROBATE COURT
We are authorised to announce C. K. Mai-
comb as a candidate for Judge of the
Probate Court, subject to the action of the
Shoop's Restorative has made us
fame. No «*U * remedy even
claims to treat the "inside
nerves." Also for bloating
V* - ti' ' * - -— I l ( WWatv • -T -
where Dr. j Kepubllcwi party of Blaine county.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Mr J H. Jackson, of Watongji, authorizes
-us to announce that he is a candidate for the
Republican nomination for county commis-
sioner from the third district, subject to the
action of the Republican primary.
^ The Kind You Have Always Bought
reath or com-
e today for
e Book. Dr.
Wis. Restora _ .
nplin Drug Co j I'll stop your pain free. To
: show you first—before you spend
Wliat BislieMerry Says j a penny-what my Pink Pain
-We ha\ i' 'iched
tive sold b
Three thousand delegates
from Oklahoma and Indian ler-
ritory will gather at Shawnee,
August 20-22. t<> irr«pt ard hear
Mr. Marion Law ranee, the
greatest Sunday School Worker
in the world. In addition to his
addresses. Mr. Law ranee will
hold a two hour special confer-
ence on the problems of the
Superintendent, which every
superintendent in the state is
invited to attend.
Many other speakers of note
will also take pari and the nine
delegates fr >m Oklhoma to the
World's Convention at Rome,
Italy, will tell of their trip and
The Rock Islan i and Santa Fe
Ordinance No. 20—Chanoing Ward Boundaries
Be it ordained, by the Board of Trustees of the incor-
porated Town of Darrow,
Sec. 1.—That the boundaries of the wards in
Town of Darrow be and are hereby establised as to! ows.
The First Ward shall comprise all of that part of
incorporated limits lying north of Kopf Road and east o
Kerwood Way. , .
The Second Ward shall comprise all that part of the
incorporated limits lying north of Kopf Road and west o
Kerwood Way. , ,,
The Third Ward shall comprise all that part ot
incorporated limits lying south of Kopf Road.
Sec. 2.—That all ordinances in conflict with the pro-
visions of this ordinance are hereby repealed.
Sec. 3.—That this ordinance shall be in effect upon
completion of publication in the Darrow Press.
Passed July 18, 1907.
Attest: S. T. Bisbee, W. J'8**"4 ,
Town Clerk. Pres- of Board.
First published in Darrow Press Aug. 8th, 190/.
against! Tablets can do. I will mail you r «cl, have ..U a rate of
the saloon and *e have preached
well. We have prayed against
the saloon and ve have prayed
with fervor vVe have written
against till- salt-on. and there has
been logic in our sentences. We
havo wept iu the presence of the
saloon, and our t us have been
sincere Bui iIk ^ay is coming
when we will 'I" more a day
when our sermons and prayers
and argument?, and agitations
and heartaches and tears will
crystallize into ballots, and when
by the in n unnd « . the prohib-
itive law. tin- tvd-lipped mon
sters hah b« 11 - «►* th-d and choked
and hurled back into hell
from which came. '
free, a Trial Package of them
Dr. Shoops Headache Tablets.
Neuralgia, Headache, Tooth-
ache, Period pains, etc., are due
alone to blood congestions. Dr.
Shoop's Headache Tablets sim-
ply kill pain by coaxing away
the unnatural blood preasure.
That is all. Address Dr. Shoop,
Rracine, Wis. Sold by Templin
CiiliRCH # LODGE
) reaching Servlqesby Rev. N. E. Hershey,
of the M. K. church, on the second and
fourth Sunday of the month, both morning
;tn(4 evening. Also Services at Southard in
the afternoon of the same dates.
nion Sunday School every Sunday
morning, beginning at 10. o'clock
A -unilay School for all. F.verybody
made welcome. Dr. O. E. Templin, Supt.
Milk Cow Wanted
Parties wanting new range
and a beating «ve can be
accommodated in exchange for a
good milk cow I quire at this
The Oklahoma Post
Not in the Trust.
The people of th" New Siate at last
bave an opportunity to read bi
state papert hat i;- not owned or con-
trolled by any po'.itie.-n machine, rail-
road or trust combination
The Oklahoma P<-t is an indepen-
dent republican ne\v-|Mper, is issued
every nmfning (in< i • •:Mondays)
and tiaily gives more telegraphic, state
and market news than any other paper
It i fair to Jill interest.-.
It is afraid of nobody.
It wants agents and correspondents
It will pay vou to read it.
The Dally Post will be .-ent for one
year with the Weekly Darrow Press
for 14 00, or the two six moinths for
42.00, cash with order.
The Weekly Post one year with the
weeklv Darrow Prese at 41 • ') per year,
cash with order.
Here is an opportunity to patronize
your home p pen ant' get ^'>od read-
\Y. A., Darrow Camp, No.
Meets every Friday Night,
•v it. ilaldeman,Counsel. Dr.O.E.Temp-
one fare plu3 u.fty cents, round
trip, from all points in Okla-
homa and Indian Territory, ^ to
Shawnee The other roads!
entering Shawnee are fully ex-
pected to do the same. Be sure
to call on your depot agent
ahead of time and find out if he
has his instructions.
There will be no free enter-
tainment but plenty of good and
cheap board is guaranteed by
Anyone may go as a delegate
who will send a stamp for a
delegate's reserved seat creden-
tial to the General Secretary,
William Rogers, 128^ West Main
St., Oklahoma City. The read-
ers of this paper are especially
invited to uieet Mr. Lawrance
Notice to Creditors
In the Matter of the Estate of Joseph
Ulcks. late of the township o^JMxon. County
of Blaine, Territory of Oklahoma, Deceased.
' All persons having claims againt said
Joseph Hicks, deceased, are required to
exhibit the same, with the necessary vouch-
ers to the undersigned, duly appointed and
qualified administrator of said deceased, at
Ills farm in said Dixon township, in the
County of Blaine, and Territory of Okla-
homa. and that six months after the first
publication of this notice has been limited by
order of the Probate Court of said Blaine
county, as the time for creditors of said de-
ceased, to exhibit and present their claims
against said estate.
Dated the 17 day of July 1907.
Gus Conyers, Admiuist-ator.
j Payne and McBlll, Attorneys.
Sales Ciied Reasonable
oyal Neighbors of America, Silver Star
amp. No. 32B2, Meets every Saturday
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Daisy Pratt, Oracle; Mrs. W. H. McCool,
RAILROAD TIME TABLE
Arrival and departure of trains at
NO TO—Passenger a. m.
•' Sti Local*Freight 10:05 a. m.
No. 69—Passenger 6:22 p. m
" 82—Local Freight 2:0o p. m.
NOTE—No. and 70 Daily, except
Sunday. No. 86, north, Mondays .Wed-
nesdays and Fridays. No. 82, south
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
No HiO—Passenger 1:58 p. m.
644-—Local Freight 1:55 p. m.
No. 609—Passenger 1:20 p.m
.. jv4I—Local Freight 9:00 a.m
throat nothing else, however. need be usea du
s. S. Convention at Shawnee
The fourteenth annual gather-
ing of all Sunday Schools of all
denominations in Oklahoma will
be held in Shawnee, August 20-
22, 1907. This year it will be a
joint meeting with the Sunday
Schools Indian of Territory, and
preparations are being made for
Marion Lawrence. Interna-
tional General Secretary, nd
the most noted Sunday School
expert in the world, ^ill be the
principle speaker. Workers
from neighboring states, and
the best speakers from our own
state will also have parts on the
Any person can become a dele-
gate to this convention by send
ing a stamp to any county secre
tary, or William Rogers, Gener
al Secretary. Medford, Okla.
There will be no free entertain-
ment, but plenty of provisions
will be made for rooms and
board at low rates.
Subscribe for the Press
n .. -Ti: Kind Y« Haw Always Boughl
Bosrs th© —
ing matter in your Louie
an entire yerr at shout
1 Cent Per Day
"Do not delay closing ti;
or mail u6 check or mouej
the two pap*' *
,. i y day for
TEMPLIN DRUG CO.
A Bargain in Real Estate
We have a 160 acre farm for
sale and a School quarter section
to go with it. situated in Blaine
county, excellent farm, near
good market. It will give you
a half section of land for less
Darrow Real Estate & Loan Co.
! blw—hh w 1n nnri
Free, for Catarrh, just to prove
merit, a Trial size Box of Dr.
up. Call ghoop*s Catarrh Remedy. Let
':,der f°r me send it now. It ia a snow-
white, creamy, healing anti-
~! septic balm Containing such
j „|v a short' healing ingredients as Oil Euca
rbo1 s ■ ' lvptus. Thymol, Menthol, etc.,
_ ^ it gives instant and lasting re-
. 1 lief to Catarrh of the nose and
You can't tell a woman , ag ^ ffee ^ and
after she takes Hollister s Koc v ^ ^ what this prepa-
Mountain Tea. Her comp «.x - ati0n can and will accomplish,
is fine. She 1S rou° ; ^he kddress Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis.
and Tea or! .argejars 30 cents.-Thmplxa
young again. 1 - —
So many ailments are
purely nervous affections,
that you can hardly miss
it if you try Dr. Miles
Nervine. It restores nerv-
ous energy—and through
its invigorating influence
upon the nervous system,
the organs are strengthen-
ed. The heart action is
better; digestion improv-
ed, the sluggish condition
overcome, and healthy ac-
•Ttr MiW Nervine is worth it
ifvld to me. I <JW not know
I had a pood physician
I«uS n5 e*t,
eleep. work, stl ot stand. I was neaxly
cr«y One day I picked up a paper and
thf '.rn thrSf that m-t my eyes vras
lne. I conawted to try Jt and let the
doctor jr>. and I did so.
two bottles I could dr*ss rayself. Then
S lU taxin* Dr *u«. Heart C^re
and now I can work ar.ii Kn out ana
bave t< W many the benefit I have re
cetved r*>n> tlwe remedies and sev-
eral of tb«a have ^heen curt* by lt
since. T a*n Ofty-nino years old and
aXxa Pa£*STR. Liewlstown, Pa.
Dr. MfW Her*ine Is sold byjrojir
druWtal. w o will o«*rsnt«« that the
first bottle wiU bemflt. If It f«H , b*
will refund your money.
Low Round Trip
The Northern .
Pacific Coast |
The Great Lakes
York Resorts |
Cincinatti, St. Louis,
Full particulars from your neawst agent
GEO. H. LKE. J- . McNALLY
Oen. I'ass. Art.. Dir. l'^Agt ,
Little Kock. Ark. Oklahoma < lty. O.T ]
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Daeschner, Gideon. The Darrow Press (Darrow, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 15, 1907, newspaper, August 15, 1907; Darrow, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc180044/m1/4/: accessed May 19, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.