Washita County Enterprise (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 2, 1920 Page: 4 of 10
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WASHITA COUNTY ENTERPRISE
* SERVICE *
Is the watchword for the Melton Bros. Oar*
age. Our adv. promises Service anu our skilled
mechanic makes that promise good.
We are the authorized agents for
and Accessories. Goodyear, United. States and
Pisk Tires are superior in quality thus render-
ing them the best and safest.
These brands of Tires are nationally adver-
tised, consequently they are built to live up to
this reputation. Let your
Melton Brothers Garage
TO BUILD UP YOUR
Keep Your Money at Home
We have made arrangements with The Guaranty
State Bank of Weatherford whereby you can make
THE COLONY STATE BANK
when you are in Weatherford.
You will find this arrangement very convenient
when hauling grain to Weatherford and the men in
the Guaranty State Bank will gladly accommodate
you in thut way.
Washita County Deposits with US
The State of Oklahoma Deposits with US
The United States Deposits with US
Hundreds of men in this community, deposit with
us and will tell you that we handle their account!-
to their entire satisfaction.
Money Deposited in THIS BANK is loaned in
THIS COMMUNITY. Money Deposited in a
NEIGHBORING BANK is loaned in a NEIGH-
BORING COMMUNITY. Think it over.
Deposit with us. Borrow from us.
If you are keeping an account with us, we want
you-to know that we appreciate your business.
If you do not at present keep an account with us
we want, you to know that we want your business
and we pledge our service to you.
THE COLONY STATE BANK
M. E. SCOTT
Hinton, - Oklahoma
Have a wide acquaintance u-
mong buyers over u large section
of country. Write or phone early
for dates as 1 sell nearly every
ay in tha sale season
Puldnhod every Thursday at
Colony, Washila County, Okla.
H. C. Ramsey, Publisher.
Subscrlpton, 81.50 per year
81.00 six months
Entered ut tlio postoffice at
Colony, Oklahoma, as second class
Tim Kendrick has just finished
painting his car and it looms up
like a new one.
Mr. and Mrs. Furry of Shaw-
nee, are visiting their daughter
Mrs. Horace Melton.
be our troubles. Our mechanic is a Post gradu-
ate in Fordology. v
Oils and Gasoline of best quality. Always
at your service.
Schuyler Baird had the mis-
fortune to have a horse badly
cut on the wire as he was riding
him over a fence.
We buy new corn,
under opening Weatherford
price. Trade or on account.
Colony Mercantile Co.
Dr. Witt was called to the C.
W. Brooks home north of Col-
ony, Tuesday night on account
of the illness of Grandpa Brooks.
1 have about 120 feet of 11 in i was in town
Miss Fern Price, daughter of
Geo. Price of the Ghost Mound,
neighborhood died Sunday night
at the Emergency hospital in
Oklahoma City, after an oper-
ation for appendicitis.
TAKEN UP—Bay mure mule
has been at place about thirty
days. Owner can have same by
paying feed and advertising bills.
B. F. Kuteh, Section 35, 5 mi.
west and 3 south of Colony.
i Miss Eula Kendrick who is
attending normal at Weather-
ford, did not come home for
Thanksgiving on account of hav-
ing to preside at the piano for
the Teachers Meeting in session
A Balanced Ration
To miss a service occasionally
is to break the continuity of the
year’s spiritual treatment and to
and to destroy the proper bal-
ance of the yearly ration. Be-
sides it is harder than to attend
with regularity, for it is what we
do habitually that we do with
c p-.ni«I greatest ease. „ ,
You are welcome at the Col-
ony Mission Church. English
services Sunday evening at 7:30
80 acre farm with good six
room House, good soil all level,
easy terms. Isaac Fast.
R. K. Gernert of Cloud Chief
pump pipe together with jet rod j advertising his big Registered
and High Grade livestock and
poultry sale which is to be held
Monday December 13. Easy
Also g>jod pump head. Will sell
reasonable. J. M. Seger
Mrs. Louis Klein who is suffer- _ ,
ing from an attack of gall stone terms 3re o ere
was taken to the Clinton Hos-
pital Tuesday for an operation.
Mrs. L. V. Green of Garber
accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
George Gilger home from
Lamonte, Monday and will spend
a few weeks here, Visiting.
You can buy
1 lb. Booster Coffee for 35c
1 lb. White Pony Collee for 40c
1 lb. Louis Coffee for
1 lb. Quail Coffee 50c
Miss Nellie Stebbler who is
Warrick Montgomery passed
away at the Weatherford hos-
pital after an illness of only two
He took sick Monday but was
able to get out on the street
Tuesday afternoon. Wednes-
45c jay morning however he was so
much worse that his physician
decided to take him to the Clin-
ton hospital but his condition
attending the S. W. N. at .was so critical when Weather-
Weatherford, spent the week U°rd was reached that a stop was
end with'her parents, Mr. and made at the Gaede hospita ,
Mrs. Henry Stebbler southwest
Homes For Sale
I own several modern homes
in Cordell, that I will sell at a
bargain, if sold soon.
If you are thinking of leaving
the farm and moving to town I
have a fine home for you with
all modern conveniences.
If you want to quit farming
and want a good investment
that will bring a big rate of in-
terest, I have it. Nothing to do
but collect rents.
I might trade some for a farm.
1 also own a fine farm near
Cloud Chief, I would sell very
reasonable. — A. W. F. Lee,
where he died in a short time
Barney as he was called was a
veteran of the Civil war and was
about 73 years old. Mr. Mont-
gomery came to Colony, several
years ago and at one time was
President of the bank at this
COLONY LODGE 527
Meets Every Wednesday
I. O. O. F. HALL
Visiting Brothers Always
I-. C. Butler N. (3. - Tim lventlrlok See.
Dr. JOHN MEGLI
Veterlnurv A ml l)«>ntal Miirgcon
All Cnllx Atiow.red Immodlntely.
Phone No. 10-18
Big Holstein Auction
6 miles east and 3 north of Cordell, 1 mile west
of Cloud Chief, on
Monday, Dec, 13,1920
20 High Grade
25 Big Type Poland China Hogs
5 Mares, wt. 1400 to 1600
Bronze Turkeys, White Wyandotte
and White Leghorn Chickens
Good Free Lunch at Moon
TENT IP IT RAINS
A credit of 10 months on sums over
1 i-atvlVlD* cm. Bankable note w
$10. Bankable note with 10 percent
interest from date
R. K. Gernert,/ C. R. Evans, S. L. Tarr
Notice to the Public
We have purchased the Holly & Co.
establishment and expect to “stay put.”
We hope Mr. folly’s customers will con-
tinue their tre ding at the old stand and
urge as many new ones as wili, to give
us a trial, for we have a fresh and staple
line of Groceries; by that, means there is
nothing in stock that is shelf worn.
Our Cream Station is up-to-date and
complete and we understand testing
thoroughly. We will buy anything you
have to sell in the Produce line; such as
Butter, Eggs, Hides and Poultry.
We have a complete stock of meats;
Cured and Boiled Ham, Minced and Bo-
logna Sausage, Bacon and Beef.
We solicit your patronage.
We je Sell ^ For *£ Gash
Jennings & Fox
ayne Bros Store
Our store is still doing a “land office
business” in spite of the tightening up of
money. “There’s a reason,” and the
reason is we buy right and sell right.
We buy for cash and get the discounts,
we sell for cash anrl give you the benefit.
We appreciate the trade you have
given us and on SATURDAY DECEM-
BER, 4 we are going to give you some
nice special prices.
Special discount of 25 per cent tor
Chairs, Bed, Springs, Mattresses, Safe,
Table, Come see them
A few good sets left. We will give
you 10 per cent off on Saturday.
We carry a nice line, all priced right
but on Saturday we are going to sell you
Bessie’s Best Flour at $2.90 per sack
and Compound at 20 Cents Per Pound.
Yucon & Red Star Flour $3.25 per sack.
PAINTS AND OILS
Buy your Paints and Oils of us. Lin-
seed Oil only $2 per gallon.
* Save your meat, save worry and
possibly save your buildings from fire by
using condensed smoke. We have it.
Highest Price paid for Produce
We aell tor eaah or Good Mote Only
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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/m1/4/: accessed February 24, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.