The Post. (Brule, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, June 14, 1907 Page: 5 of 8
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Delicate in the Old Home?
Health in the New.
, Mr*. Winslow'* BootlilnR Strop
For children teething, *<dicn* the
tiainiuttiicu.i.lluyspulu,cures wind colic, ^cabot-le.
Church bridge, Bask.,
December 1st, 1996.
To the TCditor.
1 came to this country froi» the
State of Wisconsin three years ago
and must say that I am greatly pleased
tvUU the outlook in this western conn-
Vv! For n.y own Dart I am on, re*
tailsflra with the progress 1 hav<
made since coining here. 1 have row*
excellent crops ot grain of .
tics. l.a«t season my wheat
23 bushels of wheat to the acre, oat.
CO ami barley 40.
Wo had a splendid garden 'his year,
ripening successfully tomatoes. musK
meto":water melons, sweet cent and
The^country is well adapted to
wheat growing and mixed farming, an
To my mind it is the best country un-
der the sun for a man with a family
and small means, as It is poasibk for
a man to commence fi,rn'‘"’ "r j
tions with much less capital than is
required in the older settled countries.
The climate is all that could be de-
sired. being very healthy and mvigor-
3^My wife came out about six months
ago, and although inclined to be dein
cate in the old home, she has enjoj e<
the best of health since coming here.
In short, I am more than satisfied
with the land of my adoption, and I
am also satisfied with the laws of the
Yours very truly,
(Signed) JOHN LANGDON.
Write to any Canadian Government
Agent for literature and full particu-
Cereal Crop Worth $2,000,000,000.
The United States cereal crop of
1906 aggregated 5,000,000,000 bushels,
valued at $2,000,000,000.
It Is curious how a modest actress
will appear in a threadbare play.
PUTNAM FADELESS DAIS color
more goods, per package, than others, an
the colors are brighter and Ufetci.
A fast young man is seldom able to
keep up with bis running expenses.
T owi-’ Single Binder straight 5c. Many
JjS£ defer then, to 10c cigam. Your
dealer or Lewis’ factory, J eoi ia, Ill-
Work of Cupid in Germany.
The number of marriages in. i 10
German empire in 1905 was 4Sa,90b.
Would Grow Tobacco in Ireland.
An effort is being bade under direc-
tion of William Redmond to repeal
the law which prohibits the growing
5 tobacco in Ireland. It Is held ha
soil and climatic conditions in lrelan.
are favorable to the production of a
good quality of tobacco, and that its
cultivation can be made profitable.
Ely’s Cream Balm
is Quickly absorbed.
Gives Relief at Once. 50c.
Kly Bros., 50 WarrcB St., K. Y
Queen Alexandra, after a residence
of 45 years in Kngland, has visited the
tower of Ixfndon. She Is said to l.uve
been "much interested in what she
DEFIANCE Cold l ater Starch
makes laundry work a pleasure ll oi pku ^
Thompson's Lye Water
sore rye*, use i
W. N. U.. WICHITA. NO. 13, 1907.
... . c»“s |wbd\d,swollen,
Allensl'oot-l.u-e. ii u. 11CW shoes
™“rt 'Sd hv"! fTnrugairt* and Shoe Slorfg.
l o t, arieptany .ahsfil,,,,-. Samph-!■ Bhb.
Sdreas A S. Oliiwtcl, 1-e Roy. *v ^
The men and women nurses in the
Paris hospitals have issued a notice
demanding better Payand treatment
and indicating that they will striae
If their demands are not met.
That an article may be good as
as cheap, and give entire satisfaction,
is proven by the extraordinary sale of
Defiance Starch, each package con-
taining one-third more Starch than
can be had of any other brand for the
HEALTH 0? WOMEN
In this nineteenth cent n ry to keep
np with the inarch ei progress every
power of woman is , framed to ,ls
utmost, and the tax upon in r physi-
cal system is far grcaW tho® e
la the good old-fashioned days of
our grandmothers few drugs were
used in medicines. They rolled
roots and herbs to cure weaknesses
and disease, and their knowledge of
roots and herbs was fftr greater
than that of womori today.
It was in this study ot roots a. I
herbs that Lydia B. I'inkbam, «>f
Lynn, Mass, discovered and r^ve
to the women of the v.or ai a i cr edv
more potent and cfiicacions t-han
any combination of drug's.
The reward for a good deed done is
in having done it.—Emerson.
The Eternal Feminine.
The sons of men rule the world, but
the daughters of men govern it
through them. It is woman who founds
societv in its artificial aspects. It is
woman who creates class distinctions
and insists on maintaining them. It
is woman who imbues man with de-
sire to emulate, who instils into him
social ambition that inevitably brings
in its train the restless fever of ac-
quisition, the madness of greed, the
ambition for power through financial
' success. It is woman who is at once
! ‘the social bulwark, the autocrat and
i the snob.—Woman s Life.
Ly^a E Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound
is an honest, tried and trueitme herbs contain* no narcotics
This medicine made from , t£c record for the iargost number
or other harmful drugs an - f ny medicine the world has ever
of actual cures of female diseases of tiraonials are on file in the
known, and thousc.ni which testify to its wonderful value,
laboratory at Lynn, Mass., winen u-si y __ y phikbein'— T
Mrs. C. E. Fink, ot Carnegie, I a., « . E pinkham s Vegetable
wish every suffering woman would take L> me a *ork) of good
Compound and write to you for .dvice. 1 will do for others ’
and what it has accomplished^for me I k Emplacement* Ulcer-
When women are troubled with 1 a]>rostratior. they should re-
^ ’***»d true remedy, Lydia B. Oukharn'e Vege-
tabic compound. ^ *. Invitation to Women
Mrs. Pinkham s Standin* ^nv^ weakEess &rttilivii0d to
Women suffering from any *or?J Out of her vast volume of ex-
per i en ce ^li e_^p rob ably knowledge that will nolp your ease.
' ■ fT*I'timmMiM*
sks sags a J? ss
SiSfo1Se?P“woman,y organ,. . So ,5a, » why
_ _ ■os Cl
has proven so efficacious in most cases of JZets. a,a doomed
Mrs. Wm. Turner, of Bartonvilte. IB.,, wifes. su e ^ with bearing-down pains. At last
without relief. My back and head would„hort pb "dSold everywhere! tn $ 1 -00 bottles,
i took Wine of Cardui and now I am in good health, b ^ , ... lf vfHi Medical
_ . . rTTCHl W7ritetodavforafreecopyof valuable 64-page illustrated Book o.^ ^ tjt,aled envelope.
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j Youthful Head of State.
! The Hon. Richard McBride, premier
of British Columbia, whose govern
jnent has emerged successfully from
a general election, is the youngest .
prime minister in King Edward s do-
minions. He is only 36; and he
achieved the premiership four years
ago, after having held a subordinate
office as minister of mines.
English Ribbon Trade Flourishing.
The English ribbon trade is said to
be now in a more flourishing eondi- - ^
tion than it has been in many years, ^AO'TE’DQ
owing to the huge demands the dress kl\0
makers and milliners are making up-
on the output of the manufacturers.
With a smooth iron and DeSanre
Starch, you can launder your shirt-
waist just as well at home as he
steam laundry can; it will have the
proper stiffness and finish, there wil
be less wear and tear of the goods,
and it will be a positive pleasure to
use a Starch that does not stick to the
s,v":k? tfife v t *
eradicates disease, overcomes constipation,
brings Good Health.
Positively cured by
these Little Pills.
They also relieve Dis-
tress from Dyspepsia, In-
digestion and Too Hearty
Eating. A perfect rem-
edy for Dizziness, Nausea,
Drowsiness. Bad Taste
In the Mouth, Coated
Tongue, Pain In the Side,
TORPID LIVER. They
Tlic testimony of
sas;dr, doimc the P**4
i vtvir is Unit the C-:i.isaAiia»
1 Weal If l.u< kesl,
1 Year by year tin* «gn-
enltnral ret urns ln.ve »Br
cruaised in vol’.me t*
\ illne iiml sttlf tlieC***-
itimi (iovernmeitt o»er%
16(li PRICE W
eveiy bcua tide seitw:
Most Difficult of Artist’s Studies.
p. W. Leader, R. A., considers that
to an artist clouds are the most diffi-
cult of all studies.
regulate the Bowels
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
Some of ilie Advantages
The deepest sympathy man can
ehow to man is to help him do his
LcuU’ Single Binder straight 5c cigar
ny.de of rich, mellow tobacco. Your
' dealer or Lewis’ Factory, 1 eona, 111.
Genuine Must Bear
The. phenomenal Increase Ui; railwaj
main lines and branches-lno;
i tion of the country within easy reach o re It ow
; echoq's. markets, cheap lue) ami- « *e,ry runt
A bad imitation is often better than
i the real tiling.
to the Iron
Western Canada, apart Iron, the result* of otkei
gFoffldvfeltndeinformaiion address the RWPI»-
INTBNDMNTOF IMMloHA’l ION Ot .'.wa, ( aiwMts,
or any authorized Cover iiuient Akci U
J. S. CRAWFORD, No. 125 W. Ninth Stn*h
Kansas City, Missouri.
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Forster, William. The Post. (Brule, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, June 14, 1907, newspaper, June 14, 1907; Brule, Oklahoma Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc941341/m1/5/: accessed January 21, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.