The Darrow Press (Darrow, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 21, 1907 Page: 4 of 4
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8-ih, S9 Thl Rini Yoa Haw
S. A. Carter returned to Enid,
A tickling- cough, from any
cause, is quickly stopped by Dr.
Shonp's Cough Cure. And it is
so thoroughly harmless and safe,
that I)r. Shoop tells mothers
everywhere to give it without
hesitation, even to very young
babies. The wholesome green
leaves and tender stems of a
lung-healing mountainous shrub,
furnish the curateve properties
to Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. It
calms the cough, and heals the
sore and sensitive bronchial
membranes. No opium, no
chloroform, nothing harsh used
to injure or suppress. Simply
a resinous plant extract, that
helps to heal aching lungs. The
Spaniards call this shrub which
the Doctor uses, "The Sacred
Herb." Demand Dr. Shoop's.
Take no other.---Templin Drug
T W. Keese(tker laid off Satur-
day afternoon to haul wood
I ain't feeling right to day,
Something wrong I must say;
Come to think of it, that's right
I for^ro; my Rocky Mountain
Tea last night.—Templin
Joe Ilnuschild is painting on
his bou* 'j now.
An Opening fer i Blacksmith
The Darrow blacksmith will quit th«
trade and move to Corpus Christ I,
Tex its, which openH ti trood location for
a Dew blacksmith here. Write T. .1.
Kerwood, Darrow, Okla., about it o
call in person if you want a bleckauiUk
3V\ D&YTO\ ,
To weak *nd aillnf woratn, th«r« is at least cau
way to h lp. But wilh tbat way, tiro tr*Unr,«r,t*
muat trfrconibln*!. 0«« is 1<h*1. • « U •ou>r,,t,J
tional, but both «M«ntiaE
Dr. Shoop's Nifbt Curs is th« Local.
I Dr Shoop's Pvtf nr tiT«, the ConKinraenal.
! Theformsr—Dr. Shoop's Ni*htCur — isa topic*!
i mucous *i«ubrai>« suppository remedy, while
; uho< D i R'*toratife is wholly an Internal treati
, mint. Th« Restoratlre reacts thromhout thl
: entire system, seeking the rcipair •( all narrt,
| all tiwur. ami all blood ailnt-nU.
The Nifbt Cure", as its name Implies. In
i work while yousleep. It soothes sore arid inflain.
I e<l mucous iurfacw, heals lo(*l weaknesses jini
I discharge*, while the Kestnwtire, eases nerfom
; excitement, *iT« renew*.! vifor and ambuiorv
! builds up wasted tissues, brinfing about retvew. 4
! strength, yifor, and energy. Take Dr. Shoop'i
i Restoratiye—Tablets or Liquid—asa general touie
i to'tha system. For po*iti ?• local kelp, um as well
27. TEMPLIN DRUG CO.
Sales Cried Reasonable
O -/.V. '1' Ci Z.1S. T .A. .
Bears ikt ^ >''• '•
■' rm . ' . /J, ' t-
£ m a r- 2
It is deliciously palatable,
agrees with the weakest stomach,
contains the most soo'hing, heal-
ing. strengthening and curative
elements Makes you well and
happy. Hollister's Kockr Mount-
tain Tea. 35 cent*. Tea or Tab
lets—Templin Drug Co.
Bert Pi'Hv was here with a hay
rack full of cotton Tuesday.
Conetip tii>n, indigestion, drive
away appetite and make you
weak and sick. Hollister's
Rocky Moum ainTea restores the
appetite, drives away disease,
builds up the system. 35 cents,
Tea or Tablets—Templin Drug
Trial Catarrh treatments are !
being mailed out free, on request,
j by Dr. Shoop, Racine. Wis.
| These tests are proving to. the j
j people—without a penny's cost—j
11 he great value of this scientific j
! prescription known to druggists!
! everywhere as Dr Shoop's;
| Catarrh Remedy. Sold by the i
^ Templin Drug Co.
Subscribe for the Press
Look out for a new shipment]
of candy tor the Drug store.
Fer Infaat* and Children.
Kirnl Yes liars Aiksv<, Bought
A Partial List
anb bave a (3oofc
an^> win a Zuvhcy
160 Acre Farm three miles from market;good
improvements, level, and good soil $4200
340 Acre Farm 2? miles from market; fine
farming and pasture lands $4000
160 Acre Farm three miles from market;
every foot can be farmed, soil good, improve-
ments good and substantial $4600
We have a controiing interest in a manu-
facturing establishment in Kansas City for
trade on a $10,000 farm, a salaried office
at $i25 p*r month goes with trade.
B. VOLZ & G. KE.RWOOD, Mors.
Reduced Rates and
Special Service Via
If you nre planning to spend
Christmas and New Year's
with friends and relatives in
th* Nort h, fc.tst or "
•el us give you complete in
tor«iati«n regarding your
Fn' I part l«-ulars fM.b. your nnmUlVnt
!^tu " Lr'1 • JL f . >k>.\ . i \
1 *«< . Pi*. \e.
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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/m1/4/: accessed May 21, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.