The Post. (Brule, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, July 14, 1905 Page: 2 of 10
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THE CARS ARE COMING!
But why? We do not need them ^ ^
Is Selling Everything in the Line of ,rc
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
A Full Line of Chamberlain's Medicines and otnei D, ug .
BEST GRADE OF FLOUR tJhta}L\bi.k
SHOES & HATS.
Cheaper than other merchants do in the Railroad towns,
where they must pay big expenses m rents, city taxes,
clerk hire, etc., etc.
Family Trade is Especially Solicited
, 11 \nt- nnrchises you may rest assured it will be
to sell you the best goods that can heootameu ,.....~ —
A Full Line of INTERN ATONAL Harvesting- Macn-neiy
A splendid growing shower on
last Friday night.
'Application made for entry as second class
A Weekly Newspaper Published
,n Fridays, at The Post (fee,.
Main St., Iirule, O- A
J. S. Anderson was selling wild
plums in this village last Satur
day. One dollar a bushel was
the price—we gave 52 Posts for a
A Good Place to Stop
routes. Rates Reasonable
Try the CLARK HOUSE.
Subscribe for The Post.
The Board of Count y Comm is-
sioners were in session Monday
and refused to make an appro
pri ition for the bridge across the
One Dollar A Year.
Enquire at the Office for Spe-
cial and Clubbing Rates.
____—"_____________ pn mon iui n r ........
Indiana deaths, for the month of £
May averaged ten to each bridge will be L*uilt. Englewood
*b«.-.oonrl in the country and thir- | f u.iip<y;ttinn headed by h. J.
WM. FORSTER, El).. PROP. * 1>UB1
July 14, 1905.
v -_____________A— I May averaged ten —
The crab is the ocean police | thousand in the country and thir ^------ --------- .
man, no wonder the creature is apd one half to the thousand Lee to protest against the appro
haughty, for when there s a row |. s mid it is al<o noted pnation.— Ashland Clipper,
among fishes he Pinches the ones j n hc Ues and (g fo„nd I ~ . .. "■ ..
who arc naughty.-- I ^!lth ratP from con
The population of Chicago h
*• a i L a m tr
-About midnight, on duly 3d, a i 8limption, pneumonia, typhoid fe-
jury of his country men found inal meningitis, influenza.
On July 5th the weather bur-
eau issued a crop bulletin which
refers to Woodward county as
Senator John II. Mitchell, of'Or p0Prpn raff ever and vio showers>: wheat and
egon. guilty ot bribery, and |fnce> In May the most pre\al
commended the trembling and
l he population wt .....- commended tne iremum.g an'4 ! ^disease was rheumatism. and, oats about all harvested *Mh
2 272,760, according to the city j brokpn hearted seventy year old ;o . kpd next. There jP°°r to fair yi* d>; corn makin
directory for 1905, which has just ^ ^ mQrcy of tbe court. od decrease in small- j a good growth but beginning bi
been completed-_ Oh, shame! will the grepd for compared with the corres need ram m of.i.iu. . p *
| money never'lot go Us hold? ^ding loth last year. There | fair to good yield; pastures good,
Old Soldiers’ Home
UiU OUiUiCiia ---- '___ =---
t S Anderson believes that a^ Guthrie. Okla , July 5. Audi
nart of the grounds and buildings tor L W. Baxter todav allowed ! ypn counties. with two deatns. T| Democratic candidate for
fb S liv left ns the property ; the claim of the Norman bamtar ^ ^ ()f tha vtrulent black , fi<n.ornor .„ OHo ann0„nees tha-
of the Territory or State of Okla- | ^f'ih^^erritorial 'insane for the form were r|‘P0Jlfd' he is in favor of "the Christn.
homa after ample room accommo rter ending June 30, 1905, | berculosis shows a « — Sabbath.” It remains to be seen
dat on l as been provided for the punting to $22.023 81 This There were 363 dea h, from thu he ean unite Tom L
dation ..... ..... hMU. isthe hill that the trustees for in May. Of this number _______, ,„hn H Mc.Eean . ■.
were 259 caees of smallpox in ele
ytcck doing well.
whether he can unite Tom L
Johnson and John K. McLean <
had threa*tened* to&p n j oiri^he * pay-1154 E^ht^five'moth ! thi'° ,a^
**«*». Th„ I— »« B-H
'. ..tint) ft is a health 1 for the coining two years could to forty died of tuberculosis an,I health has issued its annual r<
,-T pP and abounds with the best only, under the terms of the ap- |eft n6 orphans under twelve t< and from it are gleaned
fill site an a o - nrooriation act, be expended le Twenty fathers „„ r„r.ta n, interest. There
1 .tion has been provided for the amountine to *22.623.84 t his i There were 363 aeatns tru... --
t p AsvInra would be a beau-1 is the bill that the trustees f»r' disease in May. Of tins number
Insane A ylni nM the newT asylum at tort Supply I . ap(j tbe remain
tiful and healthfu site o. an • ^ threatened to enjoin the pav* j | s Eighty-five moth
Soldiers'home. It would certain mpnt of> contending that the der ^emales^ - -
Oklahoma. It is a beautiful loca- nition js given why the injunct
tion made lovely and attractive jon suit was not brought.
by its numerous shade trees plant-
vears of age. Twenty fathers
died in the same age period and
left 43 orphans under twelve.
This disease, therefore, in this
port, and from it are gleaned ma-
ny facts of interest. There were
37,240 deaths in Indiana last year,
an increase of nearly 6,000 over
1903. The total death rate per
100,000 people was 1,401. s
There were 4,978 deaths from
tubercular diseases, an increas*-
3 ond vrow-n by the labor of Un- j °rlent NeWS' , . ! one month produced 219 young
ed ! , ' ,\nd then the The force of men now working orphan9 and invaded over 300
cie Sam s ■ , . ■ , on the Orient, peer Cantonment. homw. The violence death, niim- ___________ ______
more numbers about 100. If nearly 15 per cent over the
enchanting to the Old Soldier, number of others coaA ittnraccidenlal deaths preceding year. The death ra
, ho<e latter life consNrs mostly work. The harvest which ha 32 were caased by railrofids, 6 by i from typhoid fever and smallpox
• p ' the n,«t over again been going on for several nee gnn shots, 11 by electricity an< ■ was lower, but the report show
,n living the - o a ba. drawn heavily from the ranks 7ightDinjr, 21 by falls and blows, 4 died from lack
Tiik P.«t the 1 , ,s,„ ,, , i- ...........«—»«-•
Mr. Anderson and wou’d be gl
to bear from others.
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Forster, William. The Post. (Brule, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, July 14, 1905, newspaper, July 14, 1905; Brule, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc941431/m1/2/: accessed November 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.