The Post. (Brule, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, June 29, 1906 Page: 2 of 12
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HARVEST IS HERE!
To Our Farmer Friends:
It is likely you kave AVavenot don’t
Machines f/is now coming time
you right now Threshers,
Stockers®Bakes, Plows this^orlA0^Come
ulf™ win need new ones, which you can suc-
cessfully buy a treasonable prices incur store.
A Full Line of Groceries Always on Hand.
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June 29, 1906.
Governor Frantz. Chief Jcs
tice Bnrford and Secretary Chas.
Filson are already at work ao
nortioning the territory for the
institutional delegate election.
Tf Charl^Honterl*cu'd con
elude to make toothpick, memen
toea out of eagle quill with which
the President sinned the rtate
hood bill, we Despcaa one
TwentyTb^nd acres of land
have been secured by the Otte
Creek Irrigating company 19
their project near Mean am
Park. They have all the and
they expect to take under their
ditch already contracted for irrl
gation. The company expects to
push the work to a speedy com
pletion. If d is possible they de
sire to furnish the water by next
year. The company has prac‘1
cally all the land along tne Otter
creek bottoms from Mountain
park to Siboney.___
Our elderly friend. S. Conley.
came in one day last week and
sent The Post to his son, . • I-
Conley, Quenemo. Kansas, K. b.
D. No 3. _________
Brule is always a busy town.
The big v heat crop and state
hood will sure boom Oklahoma.
The question now i«, where
will they put Oklahoma’s star on
the flag? It is the 46th,
11W„.....- It is time now to distribute
Big local rain last Saturday | those old “takes” “Statehood
night and rainy 1/onday morning sure,” “Stat
. 1 »*<ifnfnVinn.-l rt I
at Jampstown. Va.. the finest in
the world. F C. Ward. Presi-
dent Woodward Countv Farmer's
Gus Hasemier has contracted
to carry the mail from Supply to
The Huffman-Steadrv Thresher
will begin threshing just as soon
as the wheat, is dry enough.
G A. White has contracted to
teach the next public school at
Fargo. It will be an 8 months
term, beginning the first of Sep
The west bound passenger has
changed time again, now it goes
through Tangier at 1:33 o dock
at night, the same time that the
east bound goes, the trains meet
W. T. Huffman and little boy
were among our esteemed visitors
on last Saturday. He raised the
figures on his own subscription,
also on subscription of T. K.
Brown, Bainbridge. Ind-, who.
he savs sends word that he likes
to get The Post.
Elder J. J. McLain will preach
in Brule, on Sunday July 8th. at
11, a. m. and also at night. At
the morning service his theme
will be “A. Good Mac, and at
night he will discourse on the
subject of “The Oneness of the
Bible.” Everybody cordially m
vited to come out and hear him
on those interesting subjects.
sure, Statehood is coming.”
“Statehood defeated again,” * Op
posed to Statehood,” and so on.
They are useless now.
“McGuire I congratulate you.
You have worked faithfully and
I know this is the realization of
your fondest hopes,” These
were the words of President
Roosevelt to Oklahoma’s delegate
to congress just after he signed
the statehood bill.
Tangier. Okla., June 8, 1906.
To the Farmers of Woodward
County: In compliance with the
circular letter from C. A. v<c
Nabb. Sec. Board of Agriculture
of Oklahoma, would request ev
ery farmer to save the best sam
pies of the various growing crops
(the very best) in Hood ward
county, tying them in nice smooth
bundles with name and postnflfice
address of farmer, and take them
to the nearest newspaper in his
We would also ask every news-
paper in the countv to receive
these samples and to further ts.g
them with the name of their pa-
per so that it will be known what
vicinity furnished t^e best snm
Hoping that every person in
Woodward county will consider
himself or herself a committee of
one to make Oklahoma's exhibit
Shsttuck, Okla, .June 15,
About five o’clock Saturday ev
ening George Fowler, a young
bov of 15, wa« instantly killed bv
lightning, at Arnett He was
holding a ponv with bis left hand,
having his right arm thrown
around a post of the porch, the
bolt followed the post striking
him. breaking his neck and cut
ting a gash in his throat. A
number of people wore knocked
down, some irspnsih'e.
A/iWalcie Jenkins, n^ice of
John Jenkins of Shattucb, was
seriously injured. at present,
writing being in a very critical
condition. Sondw morning a^v
Hand in’s new bou-e which ha had
j i<t recently built in Arnett, was
| also struck bv lightning, tearing
lout the whole fr'-pt Another
freak of the storm was the col
lar torn from another young
man’s neck hv lightning- he being
Mr. and Mrs 11. A Parsons,
of Kern, Okla.. are here visiting
Mr and Mr*. H F right.
The Santa Ke bridge carpenters
are here repairing ‘he stockyards
and bridges on this section of the
\|is< P-tnsv S »nt"g returned t<>
her home in Onlanoma JSaturdav
Mtor a two week's visit here witu
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Forster, William. The Post. (Brule, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, June 29, 1906, newspaper, June 29, 1906; Brule, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc941658/m1/2/: accessed September 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.