The Post. (Brule, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, August 9, 1907 Page: 2 of 10
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STILL IN BUFFALO, OK
I am constantly buying ^selling Dry
Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Nohomv Sta
pie and Fancy Groceries » « *°
stav. Just rQQeived a full line of the la
mous Ellet' Kendalls, Shoes.
_ w i _ * ^^nf nil
E. M. BEST
Aug 9, 1907.
'WHOLE NO. Hi
1 ‘ VrANK FRANTZ, . ^
Of Cj uthi le.
T. B. FERGUSON,
At the solicitation of my friends
I announce myself as candidate
for Superintendent of Schools, of
Harper county subject to the ac
tion of the Republican nomina
* W. D. Drake.
Oklahoma City.-An excellent
opportunity is atforded the farm
ers and stock raisers of Oklahoma
and Indian Territory to exhibit
their fine live stock and best spec-
imens of the products of the field,
garde* and orchard at the Okla
homa State Fair which wl ! open
October 5th and close 16th, at
Oklahoma City. . .
The fair association is offering
liberal cash prizes and premiums
for exhibition of everything pro-
duced in our new stale and the
secretary has published a book
containing full list of pn«. and
premiums and rule-_ and re„iila
tions. A copy of this 0
be sent free upon application t
the Secretary, State hair,
Wanted:—3 yearling belters,
plain red or black for further
information inquire at this otiice.
a„tlc.f°r)rubnc»J.on ( ft, interior
Noti have filed notice of their inten-
titm'o make linal , will
W “dwar^OT6, “the 17th day ol Sept. 100..
11 wl Hforthe
n f,8 tor. following witnesses to p
D He names t^ollow^V^
Ms continuous residence upon, and culti
_ thn land, viz! _ , -*■
1 iMbert M•1 *Utie. Jesse?. Bennett, Joseiih -I.
.lankly%nd James M^Larkey, all of kibby,
“GeoJreS. KetriWeaao P. *»■».«, Joaeph
1 Tankey, James M. Larkey, all of kibby, O .
le«se P. Bennett, of Kibby, O T.
who on Jan. 15. 1002 made HE No. 1078* for the
Uirr * folVowing witnesses to prove
District No. 141.
This locality was visited by a
heavy rain’Saturday night which
wa9 welcomed by all. #
J/i«s Vona Osborne is staying
at the H. L. Vogle home this
Aunt Sam of R. F. D. No. 1.
says she found the roads washed
out pretty bad in places Monday
morning. . , #
There are quite a number of
the ardent and faithful repobli
cans of this vicinity attending the
republican convention at lulsa
on the 30th inst. •
The Charleston band will fnrn
ish rmsic, for the ice cream socia
to be given at the Hopewell hall
on J/onday night, Aug. oth, a
cordial invitation is extended to
one and all.
Miss Blanche Rod key spent
Sunday with Miss T/abel Rose-
bGMr. and Mrs A* TL*
took supper at J. I- Corbetts
M°Reyf*E. P. Owens preached at
the school house Sunday.
Birt Oliver and wife attended
the ice cream social at Paruna
Friday night, wonder how they
liked the rain.
Mr. and Mrs. Rosebery and boys
spent Sunday with Ed Bass and
W1mts Ella Curtis was a visitor
of Buffalo Friday.
Will Skirwin had the misfor
tune of losing two good horses ast
All Indian had a vision.
Saw a town. here, long ago
While the mirage painted pictures,
‘Mongst the grazing Buffalo.
He rode his pony homeward,
To the village of his tribe.
And he told his story plainly
Spite of many a jeer and jibe.
Then he prophesied the cming.
Of the white man in a hoard.
That should occupy the country
Build a city at the ford.
Build a city, large, and stately,
That would strive, and thrive and grow.
Said, the vision meant, the fading,
Of both Tribe and Buffalo.
Well, the Buffalo has vanished.
tnd the Tribe is long dissolved;
And the building of a city.
Is officially resolved,
pv mandate or t'ne people
Of a new State yet to be,
A county seat of government,.
There established for the free
\nd the white man farms the land,
And a thousand products grow.
In the valley of the vision, v
On the ba: ks of Buffalo.
And the city, in its horning.
Steps 4 giant iu its stride;
While the vision spreads the stoiy
Of its coming far and wide.
How the Indian and the vision
Are but mem'ries here below;
So the citj? in the making.
Takes the name of BUFFALO,
HaKl’F.B county, is the carving.
Twixt the Cimarron and Beaver,
Twelve thousand prosperous farmers,
From wilderness retrieve her.
And the new State’s Okt»ahg*-*,*,,
Fecund “Land of the Fair Oon,
Heart's choice of white and Indian .
Of all the lands they’ve tr »d______
Oklahoma City,—The Agricnl
tnral and Horticultural exhibits
of the Oklahoma State Fair
which opens October 5th and,
closes 16th at Oklahoma^ City, j ^ The lease
ed by application to the Secretary
Oklahoma State Fair. Oklahoma
i6th at Oklahoma City,! The lease- on ecnool lamia
nromi-es to be '.he hoest ever Oklahoma bring to the cchoyl. o
shown in the eonthweat. It will! the territory over a half million
Lnsist of the finest specimens of dollars a year.
the prodocts of the held, garden -------
w __f tin nrffP.tidSlI 1V
^eoTgeTKetran?ElvTt M BiUle ’ James
y[. Larkey and Thomas A. Seibert, all of kib
° T’ Dick T. Morgau , Register
The Democrat rally on last
Saturday brought out sev^
candidates and a few of the iaith
ful. A number of Republicans
were also seen with the boys.
and'orchard from practically
everv county in our wonderfully
diversified state. Arrangements
are being made with the manage
mentofthe var.ous comity fairs
throughout the state, to secure
for exhibition here their prize
winners. Thi- magnificent col-
lection will afford a wonderful
educational opportunity for the
farmer and the truck gardener
who desires to know what can e
produced in everv part of the ne
state A book containing a full
Hstof all prices and premiums
offered for exhibits can be obtain
George Martin, an expert in
shoeing horses will be at Rogers
shop. in Buffalo, on every batur
day. If you have race or train-
ing stock see him for safe shoeing.
If there were any place big
enough there might be a confer-
ence of possible Republican can
educational ----- didates for the presidential non,
farmer and the truck gardener Democratic candidates
who desires to know what ca for pregidential nomination a
i • At tilP Hr w , . • a* . . I *b a v\r ao POP I ^ fl H*
on. weuwiauv; . .----
for presidential nomination ai>*
not so pleantifu! the prospects are
not very promising or there
wculd be a host of them.
L.w . -
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Forster, William. The Post. (Brule, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, August 9, 1907, newspaper, August 9, 1907; Brule, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc941461/m1/2/: accessed October 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.