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MARLOW is a small town on the line of the C. R. I & P. R'y in the Indian Territory, twenty-nine  miles south of Chickasha. Has a bank, capital of $10,000, three hotels, one weekly paper "The Marlow Register." Town located in a fine oak grove country, rolling prairie with scattering oak groves. Soil rich, sandy loam. Crops, corn, oats, etc., United States Express Co. and Western Union telegraph. C. HARRIS, post-master.

Bank of Marlow The, capital $20,000, W. H. PAYNE, president; H. L. JARBOE, jr., cashier
BECHTOL, I. P., agt United States Ex and C R I & P R'y Cos
BUTT, J. J., grocer

CHAPEL, T. J., propr City Hotel


GAUNT, J. W., general merchandise
GILKEY Bros. ( A. S. and W. H. GILKY), hardware

HAMILTON, A. M., propr Hamilton House
HIXON, B. R., shoemaker

JARBOE, H. L. Jr., ins agt.  London and Lancashire, fire, Liverpool, Eng; Springfield Fire and Marine Ins. Co., Mass; N. Y. Life, of N. Y.

KELLY, S. D., billiard hall

LEDDY, M., furniture
LOLLY, C. C., confectioner

MCNEESE, W. G., druggist
Marlow Register, T. D. JONES, A. L. VENDIVER, editors and proprs

PRICE & HUDSON, meat market

SMYTHE, A. B., dry goods
SMYTHE, O. S., hotel
STARLEY, J. F., druggist
STEWART, W. B., general merchandise

THOMAS, T. A., merchandise
THOMPSON, W. C., merchandise
TIM, W. P., barber

WALKER, O. C. & Co. (O. C. and A. D. WALKER), dry goods