The Darrow Press (Darrow, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 21, 1907 Page: 1 of 4

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VO v 4, NO 3.
DARROW, BLAINE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, T UJRSDAY, NOV. 21.
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Daesehm.r has banked up The Darrow Giuning Co. is The Much Doubled IVIay Happen
his residence on the noth side
with cinders and tilled up some
of the mud holes in t-hq, walk.
Good work.
Miss "Ethel Stewart who visit
ed in Daraow Wednesday return-
ed to Btckford on the evening
train, but through neglect of
the Auditor the train did not
stop and she was compelled to
go on to Watonga and remain
over night and return Thursday
morning.
making a good run this week in
spite of the bad weather. Mr.
Daeschner has completed his
arrangement for pumping water
and it works to perfection. He
intends to dig I he well two feet
deeper when he is confident that
water supply will be ample for a
continoua run throughout the
entire season. Owing to the
prevailing financial condition the
price of cotton has not. been so
as it should but the company
Guthrie, Okla. Nov. 16.—The
Guthrie. Fairview and Western
railroad, chartered three years
ago to build westward from
Guthrie through Logan, Blaine,
Kingfisher and Woods counties
to Fairviw, to a connection with
the Orient main "line, has been
Scliref flyr-Pratt
The nuptials of Miss Pratt of
Darrow and Mr. Earl Schreffler
of Homestead were celebrated at
at the residence of the parents of
the bride in Darrow last Sun-
day three o'clock.
The room in which the cere
mony was performed, was very
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$1.00 THE YEAR.
sold to the Eastern Oklahoma j tastily decorated, chief among
lines* of the Sunta Fe. W. S. Mc
Cauil was promoter and general
manager of the road. The comp-
any had a portion of its proposea
Doc Kerwood moved into thJ^08 Wer° ®hut down Ht liei^h
Carter house Thursday. Doc I low"*-
j tins been buying here when the j route graded westward from
Darrow, in Blaine county, and
some track laid within the city
will.be right in town.
T. J. Lollman went to Okeene
Thursday.
Doc Kerwood has rented the
'Carter house and will shortly
Ioce.upy it. He has rented out
bis home farm.
Clyde Kerwood made a busi-
limits of Guthrie, bome valuable
traffic arrangenents had been
made with the Denver Enid and
Gulf and other Oklahoma roads
and these form a portion of the
vijuo a^wuuu maue a OUS1- . , . , , r, „
,,, Mrs. J. JJ Todd made purchas-: ea^ W1*h the Santa Fe.
ness tup to Watonga Sunday!
evening and returned Monday
on the Frisco.
The masked bull on Saturday
night was well attended.
The Davidson Case Lumber
Co shipped some lumber to
Southard Thursday.
es in Darrow Saturday. Citizens of Guthrrie believe the
purchase of the Guthrie Fairview
Roy Newell has quit the section j ttnd Western b, the Satlla Fe
and is working mi the farm.
the decorations being a large a,rch
of evergreen aud crysanthernums
under wlrich the bridle party
stood as the ceremony was per-
formed by R«v. N. E. Hershey of
the Homestead M. E Church.
The bridal party descended the j
stairs from the upper parlors led
by Miss. Delphine Pratt, the
flower girl and followed by the
bride's maid and best man. Miss
Lola Pratt and Mr Carey Pratt
The wedding march, Mendel-
sohn's from "Midsummer night's
Dream" was played by Miss.
Daisy M. Prhtt. As the minister
means the early construction ot | read the ceremony from the
Barney Suntag hud a mule | ^ r"ad' 88 " wl" «ive tbe Sa"la ritual. Miss Pratt softly played
j injured on-the wire. He was iu F" * ™luabl,i western connection j lhe ..Twilight Echoos". .... __
| town Monday fur sidnH barb aire I the beat ^ some of the | The bride was neatly dressed | Friday on account of illness.
Darrow School Notes •
Miss $}va Wiegand was a visit-
or in the Intemrediate Grade
Friday after noon.
Dr. 0 E. Templin spent a
part of Thursday afternoonxvisit-
ing the school.
Joe Wilson was absent Mon-
day.
Oilie Snyder went to Okeene
Monday to have some dental
work done.
We are learning some new
songs.
Base ball is the chief game.
The Intermediate Grade had
| a ciphering match last Friday
afternoon. Edith Copper was the
champion.
Mabel Richardson was twelve
years old Monday.
Clarence Landis yisited us
Friday and did some marvelous
work in ciphering.
Several of the pupils were
absent Wednesday on account of
th« rain.
Oma Mansfield was absent
huimsnt.
best agricultural country iu the j in a of >vhite si|k Detj ^ ^ ^
I new state. From Fairview on'
.) M Coulter, of Southard. Wi" tbe lineman ba. tfxed !*• Ori«t,t the road will be 0I wnlle enrysantnemums.
II Darrow Wedn-dav '^l. - No. 7 *o it is in pretty good ! extended to a connection withigroom wore ihe usual black.
and carried a beautiful boquet j day on account of illness,
of white chrysanthemums. The
wa- in Darrow Wednesday
tween trains.
order.
j the panhaudle division of the
I Santa Fe in .Woods or Woodward
. . „ - , lhe Darrow Uuton Sunday countv
Bishop Brooh, of Guthrie, C1 J .couniy
School is planning to have a | —
spent a few hours in Darrow
Christmas entertainment. They Things to Remember
Detween trains Itiursdav
I practiced the music Suuday j If a woman had her head
I phrenologized with her "rats"
ion, there would be some startling
W D Close, of Homestead,
has traded his business there
for Texas land Mr. Lilly will
take charge of the hotel.
afternoon.
Professor Slemmer has re
signed his position as principal
of the Homestead school and will
engage in peddling Kawleigh's
family medicine
Mesdamei Huffman and Fisher
attended the Ro.yiT Neighbor
camp iu Homestse;
! tellings
The ceremony being concluded
the party were seated at the table
where they were joined by friends
and relatives and a sumptuous
dinner was served. Only a few
of the immediate relatives of the
bride and groom were present.
Mr and Mrs. Schreffler left
on fhe south bound Choctaw for
-To consume forty minutes in j Duncan where they will visit the wluCi cmuus
stating a propositon that could j bride's brother. Mr. D S. Pratt, in towns and cities. It shofl'cl
A Hint to Legislators
One of the greatest menaces to
public health is the itinerant
vender of medicines—medicines
put up by persons not qualified
under the law as either pharma-
cists or physicians, and sold by
peddlers from agricultural com-
munities, or from packs in a
house to house canvass or from
valices from street corner stands
One of L. J. Silvey's ponies got be laia down in five, is a theft of I They will be at home on the
badly cut on the wire recently.
Frauk Giadwish of Castle Rock
A'ash. was visiting wilh
other people's time.
Many a person attempts to
[groom's farm near Homestead
after December first.
be the immediate business of
legislators and thinking people
everewhere to secure the passage
°C correct a sin by doing something ! Many uice and useful Preseuts j,,f p™per laws having for their
* . u?prp PopoirtiH u fo nr t.ri.w.L i ...
good for somebody. It is a
'commendable idea, but cannot
Martin and wife this week.
Joe Kopf and P. D. PofTman
went to Homestead Thursday. H £ Riudtlelscb who live& 3!obliterate the wrong.
miles west of Okeene; had the! T didn't mean to" means "I
P D. Hoffman sprained his
wrist cutting Kaffir corn.
misfortune to have his horse fall'didn't mean not to," too.
with him while riding at a rapid j A ., , r
B r i A soiled conscience is often
were received, a few of which j purpose tbe suppression of this
, n ovueu i^uu^iruuc is uuen large mm
Mrs. Parker attended lodge in j gait. In fa g Mr. Rindfleiach | rMpon4ib|<1 for , mlst„k^ Tablecloth.
were:- A fifty piece dinner set
and linen.
A rocking chair.
A gold bracelet.
Sersilver spoons.
A large family bible.
Homestead Saturday
came in coutact with the ground
with great force, fracturing three i Ab' l0'e reliability .bould be
a characteristic of a public official.
A hand painted lamp,
Embroidered pillow slips.
harmful traffic in states where
legislation i lacking and to vig-
oroutly enforce the law in states
where adaquate laws exist
For the protection of the com-
mon people tts well as justice to
the pharmacist , every state
should have such a law.
The Illuois anti-vending medi-
The bride is a charming and j cine law is a model of this class
sunny dispositioned girl with a of statutes, and we print the
L. .1. Silvey is expressing his;rjb„ and janng him up consider*
faith in Darrow by building a able. The equity oiganizer will To be posessed of an uncontroll-
neat barn with hay mow attach 5^ |aid Up f,,r probably a coupie able temper is absolute iaverv 1
ment. • of week,-Okeene E^le ru , , „ „ i-'""dly share of natural ability ttrst paragraph of it herewith;-
rhe gema) fellow can thaw out [aI,d accomplishments, having: Be it enacted, etc. .hat any
a whole room full of human ice-1 been fur some time a teacher in ilineraDt veuder of a„y dru„
the Blaine Co. public schools, but | „oslluln. omlment or ,|lpll!tn<.e
11 .s easy enough t.i be pleasant recently employed as sales lady |of W|}. kind illteoded f(,r ,he
When life goes along like a s„ngj Bisbee s store at Homestead, j treallueut of dlsais(. or lnjury.
The bridal couple of Sixiday | But the aiau worth while Thegroonj is a prosperous farmer J who ftjmi|, by writing or printing
had their share of rice and old Is the one with the smile, and resides four miles north °* or ttnT olher method profess to
The barber shop did a good shoes. When everything goes dead Homestead. the public to cure or treat disease
business Saturday and Saturday wrong. The Prees joins their many ;||r dtsforinl5y by ^ dr^ no8.
njiyi.i Tbe trainmen were all much ; friends in wishing them mauy ,, . .
. trurn or application, shall pay
pleased i n Thursday to see a This couuiy has been tavoreo returns of ttie dav. ,
* a licence of one hundred dollars
Mrs F. B. Landis left Tuesday brand new uepoi(?) I«>caied on with frequeut rains of lute and per mom h into the treasur * of
for Crescent to visit the bed side the Frisco right of way An wiieat crops are doing fine An extra freight on the Frisco w, . u . ,
; State Hoard* of Health, to be
People nre riding in Oklahoma S. B. Haldeman mfived fn m
bergs
for two cents |H r mile but to our Mr. Phillips place to his own
looking on at a distance the travel farm Wednesday
d« es n«>t seem to be any heavier
than under the three cent regime
of her
with tu
father
rcu
who is very low agent has not yet been appointed.
los Us
Mr. Haldeman is hav
aJ. D. Pratt has been con fined trouble keeping
his
ing some
hound
_ * — waited in Darrow over four hours
P. M. Kigdon, the occulist Monday It had no communica-
spent Wednesday with the Temp- tion with the dispatcher and the
collected by
name <>f the pe
of Illnois for the use of said board
'he board in the
of the state

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Daeschner, Gideon. The Darrow Press (Darrow, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 21, 1907, newspaper, November 21, 1907; Darrow, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc180072/m1/1/ocr/: accessed May 29, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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