The Darrow Press (Darrow, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 24, 1907 Page: 4 of 4
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Bear* u. _yj The Kind You Havo Always Bougfr
Will Fisher whs in Okeene on
Trial Catarrh treatments are
l eing mailed out free, on request,
by Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis
These tests are proving- to the
people—without a penny's cost—
the great value of this scientific
prescription known to druggists
everywhere as Dr. Shoop's Ca-
tarrh Remedy. Sold by—Templin
Messrs Board man of Okeene
and Keith of Homestead were in
Stomach troubles, Heart and
Kidney ailments, can be quickly
corrected with a prescription
known to druggists everywhere
as Dr. Shoop's Restorative. The
prompt and surprising relief
which this remedy immediately
brings is entirely due to its Re-
storative action upon the con
trolling nerves of the Stomach,
-etc.—Templin Drug Co.
Miss Ella Wilson went to Wa-
tonga Wednesday evening to try
for a teachers certificate.
A weak Stomach, causing dys
pepsia, a weak Heart with palpi-
tation or intermittent pulse, al
ways means weak Stomach
nerves or weak Heart nerves
Strengthen these inside or con-
trolling nerves with Dr. Shoop's
Restorative and see how quickly
these ailment? disappear Dr.
Shoop of Racine, Wis , will' mail
samples free Write for them.
A test will tell. Your health is
certainly worth this simple trial.
—Templin Drug Co.
The telephone line man was
repairing the long distance tele-
phone Thursday, assisted by
If real coffee dis'urbs your
Stomach, your Heart or Kidneys,
then try this clever Coffee imita-
tin—Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee.
Dr Shoop has closely matched
<> d Java and Mocha Coffee in
flavor and taste, vet it has not a
single grain of real Coffee in it.
Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee Imita-
tion is made from pure toas'ed
grains or cereals with Malt, !
its. etc- Made in one minu e.
No tedious long wait. You will
surely like it Get a free sample
at-pur store.—Templin Drug Co.
A. L Jones purchased a lot of
(window glass of the Templin
j Drug Co , this week. Go thou
and do likewise.
The pain in Ma's head has gone,
She is happy as can be,
Her health is right, her temper
Since taking Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea at night.
Templin Drug C>.
The only true constipation
cure must begin its soothing,
healing action when it enters
the mouth. Hollister's Rocky
Mouutain Tea restores the whole
system to a healthy, normal con-
dition. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets.
—Templin Drug Co.
Buy your candy where you can
get the best. At the drugstore
J I). PR AIT
Notary.work done Reasonable.
Miss Hattie Jeffrie and Earl
Arndt of Southard stopped in
Darrow Sunday, on their way
hom6 from Bickford.
An Opening for a Blacksmith
The Darrow blacksmith will quit the
trade and move to Corpus ChrUti,
Texas, whielr opens a good location for
a new blacksmith here. Write T. .1.
Kerwood, Darrow, Okla., about it or
call in person if you want a blacksmith
O -i. & -J. a 3=11 .A. m
I to Kind Yoii Have Always Bought
Davidson &. Case received a
! shipment of doors and molding
L. J. Silvey and A. L. Jones
are remodeling and repairing
P. D. Hoffman went to Okeene
Tuesday for a load of coal
sweet *pplns. with gome people, bring
prompt relief for Constipation. With others,
coarse all-wheat bread will have the same effect
Nature undoubtedly has a vegetable remedy to
^nehnfefie7)?'lm'','t knowri 10 mxn-,f Physician?
«Hir?n£i ♦ 8 wa> to health. And this is
•tnkingly true with regard to Constipation.
The bark of a certain tree in California—Cas.
cara Sagrada-offers a most excellent aid to this
with Egyptian Senna. Slip.
F X. ?. B*rk, Solid Extract of Prunes, etc., this
jame Cascara bark Is given its greatest possible
K?2 J°. ,correct constipation. A toothsome
Candy Tablet called Lax-ets, is now made at the
Dr. Shoop laboratories, from this ingenuous and
SSf™eaBmT' Pre9«i|'tion. Its effect on Consti.
patton. Biliousness. Sour Stomach. Bad Breath
tisf ring°mp on• etc- is '"deed prompt and
«-^^?iBf,P0rUnpl*aMint after e^cts are ex.
f^r^ced and Ux-ets are put up in beautiful
lithographed metal boxes at 5 cents and 26 cent*
For something new, nice,
effective, try a box of
If three good physicians
should pronounce your
case hopeless. If they
should decide that you
could not live longer than
six weeks. And if you
should <ret well, after us-
ing only ,$12.00 worth of
Dr. AI ili : 1 Heart Cure and
Nervine, what would you
advise a in end in like con-
dition to do?
"I have to thank you for saving
mv wife's life two yenrs ngo. Wc had
continued with the d.'-tor until the
third docfrtV. liko the two previous
oiu'.s, said that nothing could be done
tier. th;:t she had better be taken
h"n:o from the hospital to quietly wait
! 1 ■ tin,.-, which would not be over 6
wri ks at the most. I brought her
home, and then 1 thought probably
I)r. Mi' s' lb irt Cure and Nervine
might i lp h r. so I got a bottle of
each and • NVrve and Liver Pills
snd to give them to her.
We n =■ •-i n Improvement, and
' iii "' ' d l>v ti,;.; we continued giv-
ing t; . r.i-dt-ine. We gave her eleven
lotths in .11 of the medieine. She
takes it occasionally now if she feels
t,l!' ni" i. I ant in ti " ministry, and
have been for 44 years."
REV. P. MILLIGAN,
Genda Springs, Kans.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure is sold by
your druggist, who will guarantee that
the first bottle will benefit. If it fails
he will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
For Infants and Children.
Ths Rind Yqu Have Always Bought
TEMPLIN DRUG CO.
Sales Ciied Reasonable
CHURCH a L 01) G E
U reaching Services by Rev. N. E. Hershey.
of the M. E. church, on the second and
fourth Sunday of the month, both morning
and evening. Also Services at Southard In
the afternoon of the same dates.
Union Sunday School every Sunday
morning, beginning at 10. o'clock
A Sunday School for all. Everybody
made welcome. * Dr. O. E. Templin, Supt,.
MW. A., Darrow Camp, No. 11613
Meets every Friday Night.
S. B. Haldeman,Counsel. Dr.O.E.Temp-
O 21 . -
Bears the _ ,r Kind Yau liJIB o!il!|
p oyal Neighbors of America. Silver Star
^ Camp, No. 3252, Meets every Saturday
afternoon at 3 o'clock,
Daisy Pratt, Oracle; Mrs. W. H. JMeCool,
>r *vf ties
Almost instantly, and leave no bad effect*
They also relieve every other pain. Neural
tna, Rheumatic Pain, Sciatica, Backache
Stomache ache. Ague Pains, Pains from in
•ury. Bearing-down- pains, Indigestion Di?
-inesa. Nervousness and c,*<?plessness
Arrival aud departure of traius at
! north bound—
NO- 'l°-]Passenger 10 17 a. m.
oh Local Freight 10:05 m m.
•NT°* S®—P«Men*er fi:17 p. m
Si,—Lor.nl Freight 2:05 p.
Note—No. H9 and 70 Daily,
No. Htf, north. Mondays , Wed-
nesday* and Fridays. No. «2, south
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday*
644 -Local Freight....
Vo. 609— Passenger
641— Local Freight ..
I :lo p. m.
1:55 p. m. ,
North Pacific Coast
S Ascribe for the Press
City Meat Market
J. L. SILVEY, Prop.
Fresh and Cored Meat*
I Quarter an-i Half Beeves a Specialty.
Highest Price paid for Rjd.-s Hnd
On Sal. L>;i:i\
Sept. 1 to.Oct. 31/07
STOP OVERS ALLOWED
at many points eu rouili
By taking one or two Df Miles \nti-Pau
Pills when you feel an attack corning no
You not only avoid suffering, hut the weak
ening influence of pain upon the system [f
nervous, irritahle and cannot sleep take a
tablet on retiring or when you awaken
This soothing influence upon the nervei
"brings refreshing sleep.
a<; doses. « cents Never sold in bulk
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Lcu.u'SCc" - -w Ynrj(
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Daeschner, Gideon. The Darrow Press (Darrow, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 24, 1907, newspaper, October 24, 1907; Darrow, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc180064/m1/4/: accessed December 14, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.