The Post. (Brule, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, July 6, 1906 Page: 3 of 8
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ltw,sin lttd.to Okh. wadld come.
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,n^vtawirlrSnty, U here we will stay.
So come out to Tv. in Ratal pa larm.
1!'a-: ti ere was nothing to warm us.
H^wriean.e?; the ways of this part by 1903.
When ^^elfhow ea->h s^d8^planted
our neighbors and friends to please,
NowTm!'ancUee our peach trees, con t
We have muTberries, walnuts and peaches
'V,idie'y*t)u» 18° eet ^
W>Kvt?«mh.n(!on the farm: our horse,.
Wr hive tuMh'ilhml dWie, who keeps the
WelSJS'S^KWBl Cl,tokens en.l pUf
We rjeeoi-VeiSbors prosper end
wish them noharm, have
> We praise the Dear Creator for all we have
We praise Him for kind friends and neigh-
We'ask. 0, Lord, make us B?fd.
The heavy rain Sunday night
was' welcomed by all as it was
Happy Greeting to our new
mad carrier. Mr. Felkel, and
adieu to our faithful and accom
( dating old friends Mjers and
Hr, Walker, of Readout, was
called last Sunday evening to at
tend Mrs A. M Clark who was
suffering from a severe attack of
neuralgia of the heart. At this
writing Mrs. Clark’s condition
is improving t
Owing to the heavy rain Sun
dav evening Hr. Walker and
wife spent the night at Mr. Y an
W. D. Drake and A. J, Red-
dish are Woodward visitors again
t h i Q YV P P k
Born to Air. and Mrs. Law
rence Mills, June 26, a tine baby
ffNOW IS THE TIME TO BUY A FARM.}
Ranch or a good School Section Lease. We hate them
Good Homesteads at from $200 to $300 per quarter
Deeded land $800 to $2500. We have land m. Woodward
„nA "Reaver counties Oklahoma also in Meade, Clark an
Comanche counties Kansas. Over 2^,000 acres for sa^
Good Wheat and Alfalfa land at prices that will surprise
you. Call on us.
I ands in Texas at 1, 2, 4 and 10 dollars per acre,
First oavment, one 40th cash, balance 40 annual payments
with 3 per ct. per annum interest. Best Opportunities
ever offered in U. S. for you to secure a Home.
KANSAS & OKLAHOMA REAL ESTATE CO
ASHLAND, KAN. OR BRULE, OKLA.
Parties asking us to send proo.
of publication by registered letter
must, send registry fee.
The Thirteenth annual session
of the Woodward county normal
Institute will convene in Wood
ward July 16th and continue in
session four weeks, closing with
the examination for teacher s
certificates August 9th and fOth.
Wanted: To buy one or more
good quarter sections. Must be
good land and cheap. Give full
description and state lowest cash i fje|d9
price. Real estate agents^ pkase There ai
Born to J/r. and Mrs. Russel
June 27, a bouncing baby boy.
mother and child doing nicely-and
Lon is as well as can be expect-
Road overseer, Hyatt, was out
inspecting the roads last week.
He says the folas want the roads |
in better shape but he failed to
find any one that could or would
work at the preseut time.
J/rs. Vender pool was on the
sick list Sunday.
Harry Guthrie says if any one
wants a job listing open some
land for broom corn call on him
at the 4 cornered square.
Mr. Campbell and wife, and
J/rs. Neil visited at Jas. Vancam-
pen's last Sunday.
Miss Willie Neil visited at G.
W. Freeman’s Sunday.
Tne broomcorn and all other
corn is making a rapid growth.
The grasshoppers are already
making a raid on some of the
j. T. HOY
Good Line Of Groceries
Q,ueensware, Notions, Patent
We will be glad to show you our Goods and Prices.
We carry Groceries, Queensware, Hardware, etc. Orders
taken for Implements, Wagons, Buggies, Harness and in
fact anything you need on the farm. I have ordered the
Farmers Kentucky Disc Drill. When m need of any oi
the above named goods get my prices before purchasing
I can save you money.
J. T. HOY.
go not answer. See A. 0. Bur
ton, Brule Oklahoma, or address,
G. D. Johnson, Plano, 111.
B ALLAIRE ITEMS.
July 2. 1906.
Wind, wind, Oh how it blows.
B. F. Schisler and wife started
for Kansas last Tuesday.
Mona and Glen Bird visiter
with Sarah and George Minnick
last Wednesday afternoon.
III 1JL 1 VA O .
There are three things that are
a dead sure crop in this country,
viz: flies, fleas and bed bugs and
yet no one seems very enthusias
tic over then)
Yes we all celebrated the 4th
and came home tired and foot
‘-ore but happy in the knowledge
that we are free and loyal to our
The Farmers’ Union Signal, af-
Wednesday anernoon. |J^duVre’"? ^eeveml“handed
fencee°drquUera lake pasture late- dollars for postage, the difference
D. G. ROGERS
_BLACKSMITHING & WOODWORKMAN.—
Careftil and Prompt Work at Reasonable Prices.
Plows, Wagons and other Farm Implements Repaired
T. J. Denison and W. I).
Crouch have their windmill up
and in good running order and
now if any oue thinks Mr. Fergu-
son is not a water witch let them
enquire of these two gentlemen.
J. R. Brown went to Kingman,
Kas., last Thursday. .
Mrs. Edison visited Mrs. Deni-
son last Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Ella Bird is staying with
her sister, Mrs. Guy Hurd,
T. J. Denison, W. D. Crouch
and wife and Herman Crouch
started for Larned, Kas., June
18th to work through harvest.
Born to Mr. A, lxussel and
wife, June 28, a tine baby boy,
mother and babe getting along
J. W. Bird and wife were shop
ping in Brule Friday.
Mas not that a fine rain r riaay
J. m. Kerns has the finest po
tatoes in the neighborhood.
Well the phone bell rings so
will stop. Huess who.
between 4th class and 2nd class
mail rates, the paper has after a
delay of nearly a y ear been ad
mitted to 2nd class rates, we re-
gard this as an act of justice that
should have been granted long
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The local Farmers’ Union at
Pikes’ Peak school house sent
Mrs J/emora Miller, Prof. Drake
and A. J. Reddish as delegates to
the conntv convention of the
Farmers’ Union at Foodward
Mrs. m, E. Bender and her
daughter, Mrs. Ugalde, were
among our appreciated lady visit
ors on Monday. True the chief
was gone to the county seat, but
the junior, we suppose, did his
best to entertain the good ladies.
The former lady added the 2d
year to her subscription, also the
2d year to the subscription of her
brother, Zacharias Stricsmaker,
New Philadelphia, Ohio.
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Mrs. Fred Pope, of Ashland.
Kansas, visited friends in and
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Forster, William. The Post. (Brule, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, July 6, 1906, newspaper, July 6, 1906; Brule, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc942497/m1/3/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.