Washita County Enterprise (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 2, 1920 Page: 10 of 10
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washita county enterprise
Claa 1 Si«* for Cructr**.} Mr. i: *- CiWi H«u* Toes WZi.’ua* i» »
Xk*d ifc ijicet Thun/4 - j Ejgfct off lul tears far lizard In oc*rU» CoioT f
‘writ is ffoiuotrijpi. nn«f “
Mr p-l»' brotfctr at tfeat }&**.
CtaJJt) IIi> tat at a
pr« list s&ores \txm.
Baroty Monlfoancrr »u oc
rte sack lirt iLt &m of tLt *«k.
You v.ii find a foil i.s>e off un-
derwear Practd right at Clancy’*
Chest« Ward ioIu S3 head o(
cattle to T. J. Kendrkk lact
Clir. f Magyar! vuated rd-
a’.rreseaA off toww Tkuraday
Foot Fat Hug* im tsv Beta*
dent proper, y Good verms or
Rerdeace. Isaac Fast.
Mrs. M. 3. Rogers sorth A
Cojony. was '.rairg here Sat.r-
di!’. - !
As I have lose my health and am not able to farm any
more we will sell at public auction on the old Joe Rooker farm,
FOP. rent—Two Ears* for 1 mi. e*st and 4 south of Colony. 1 ir‘. south and 6 west of
Eakly, 3 mi. west and 5 north of Alfal/a, on
Heavy Grade lark Patterns. 5k
per yard. Cianty t Store.
K. Cinon. Colony.'!
G. T. Teel aad W. H. Brodley .. _ .
off Cordell. were traasattlng -’if- and Mr*, x U|fl Crawt-a
bunttef* with toe &»«*» <* rout* or*. sp«t Sunday ,t
B. H. and John Johnson were, Co. one day last week.
tracmcting bia-sesw near Cowd-, ---
«* Sotsiiday afternoon. T. J. Kendr.ck moved a buntf
the Loris KVin tome norlbe: :j
THURSDAY, DEC. 9,
of cattle to W •-itberford. Satur-
You w3! find a good grade off fey for shipment to Oklahoma
outing at Clancy’s Store.
Patterns If*" per yard.
dav f or shipment
Sale to start at 10 o'clock
The following described property to-wit:
Horses and Mules
8*) acre farm with good t.x
rr*oni House-, good soil all lev-1,
-- easy terms. Isaac Fast.
Dry Salt Meat 25c lb.. Com-
Jacob toeimer of Corn. pj^*ed p>und 2(fc !b. Clancy's Store. Arm Veins, west of Colorit,
through Colony. Saturday with - spent Sunday at the Wi! - 1 Span black mules 6yrs. old wt lf.-*C0
a toad off Floor for Eakly. >ir. and Mrs. J. H. Seger Kuscb home five miles east of j Brown niare 4 yr. old wi. 1,2SO
were eottnaiued Sunday at the town. j j Sorrel mare 1 yr. old wt. 1,25C
Now is the time to buy your home of their son J. MSegr - J ' bred to horse
Robber Boots and Over Shoes.} - Toe S. \Y. X. icot ball team . 0 _ .. , ....
Harmon plaS«l -.hr X. W. X. t«m ! 1 **y mar.: <, > r. old wt. ,50
K j bred to jack
1 Brown mare 5 yr. old wt. 1.000
We have them. Clancy's Store. Mr. an<i Mrs. John
- and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Exen- Alva. Nov. 25. and were defeat-]
FOR RENT dine attended a show at Hope- ed by a score of 27 to 7.
- well Thursday evening. -
We have four good farm*
Rent. Success Realty Ce.
Grandpa and Grandma Mitch-
e.i who have been living fo_r
Resi- miles east of Colony, moved
Carolyn the -mail daughter of Four Fat Hogs and my
Rev. A. A. Ward, wis quite wck dent property. Good terms on near Cordell, last Saturday.
the firs* of the week. Residence. Isaac Fast j -
Mrs. Dan Gunther of Corn.
FA R M W A NT E D - Wanted t o
hear from owner of farm or
foal by hors«i
1 Sorrel mare wt. 1.G00. *c<al by jack
1 horse mule coming 3 yr. old
a t;ood one
1 Yearling mule. Bay
1 Yearling mule. Brown
9 Head Gattle
Extra Good Ones
I Red cow 5 \ r. old. giving milk
1 Red cow 6 yr. old, giving milk
2 Heifer Calves
3 Red cows fresh soon
2 Yearling Calves
B trees, all subject to register
3 Brood sows. These sows will
farrow by Jan. 15, 21
11 Head of Shoats, wt. 100 lbs. each.
SOME CORN and OATS
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Jahn
was having dental work done in were entertained in the Darina good land for sale reasonable-.
Dr. Jones’ office Saturday. home Su nday. L. Jones, Box 515, Olnev, 111.
Profits and Costs lost sight of
33 1-3 per cent
25 per cent
33 1-3 per cent
25 per cent
33 1-3 per cent
Boys’ Kneepant Suits
25 per cent
50 per cent Discount
on special lot Children s Coats
Percale Outing Flannel and Gingham
Good yA wWe 40c^nd#50c 3Sc “nd 4°C
25c per yd. at 25c per yd. at 25c per yd.
Wagon, _* Sets w ork Harness, Lister. One horse planter, Walking Lister,
Disc, 2-Section harrow, Sulky plow. Walking plow, Binder, 2 Cultivators, Stalk
cutter, and Sled.
Kitchen cabinet. Cream separator, Book case Library table. Organ, Incu-
bator, Folding bath tub, Range and Heater.
LUNCH ON THE GROUND
• pl*p jt A Q# On &I! sum- of £25 and under, cash. On sums ever ?25 Credit to Oct. 1.21
I—*EVLY1vJ» w ill be given cn bankable note bearing 10 per cent interest. 5 per cent
off for cash on sums over $25 No property removed until terms of sale are complied with
S. J. Ward and Son
Col. M.E. SCOTT, Auctioneer COLONY STATE BANK. Clerk
CITY B A rt U fc n »n U r
] Prompt and Careful Service. Be.-! j
JOHN HARMON, Prop.
Especial attention given to col-
lections and Probate practice
BLACK8HITHINO AND RE?/’ IR
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Have your work done wfcei?
it is done right and where
the price is right
A Trial Solicited
HUMRUROAR A MUMRURCAR
? SUPPLIES ?
We have a complete line of Caskets,
Robes and other Burial Supplies and can
furnish hearse and flowers if desired.
Payne Bros, jt Colony
Will cry Auction
Salts and giva you
tha benefit of many
years of exptritnet.
Jl js Jl
LIVE STOCK SALES
attended any where
> J* >
COL. O. C. ALLEN
DA JKISt JONK8
Office Hours: 8:30 a. m. to 12. m.
»:30 to 6: p. m.
Notice to the Public
|n order to meet the requirements of the
rapidly changing conditions, we are
compelled to change our method
of doing business and will sell
FOR CASH ONLY
We assure our customers that every
other courtesj possible will be extended
but the exigent demands of business re-
quire that we change to a cash system.
A CLANCY'S STORE A
Embalmer and Hearse Furnished
When Wanted. - -
Colony . Mercantile • Company
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Ramsey, H. C. Washita County Enterprise (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 2, 1920, newspaper, December 2, 1920; Colony, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc936771/m1/10/: accessed April 6, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.