The Colony Enterprise (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 1, 1920 Page: 1 of 10
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The Colony Enterprise
Published Every Thursday.
Vo\, II. No. 1
Colony, Oklahoma. Thursday. Apr I, 1920.
$ 1.50 a Year
▲ Straw Vote
The Weatherford Booater has
taken a straw vote on the sena-
torial race with the result large-
ly in Gore's favor. The vote
standing: for Ferris 57; for
Gore 286. The farmer vote seems
to be especially in Gore’s favor
in that community. It seems
that Freeding is not even in the
"also ran” class.
Just now as whisky gets scar*
cer than water and the old booz-
er dies hard, comes the fight
looming up over the hill like a
rising sun on tobacco, but
what a howl it raises. But the
tobacco user never thinks to re-
spect other people’s rights. He
blows his smoke where he pleas-
es and spits everwhere and
sticks his foul mouth in other
people’s faces. While it is a little
ancient history but some aged
people can remember when the
drinking man made others step
around. But there often comes
a time to even up.—Arapaho
Mrs. John Harmon has been
sick for several days.
Full blood Jersey male calf for
sale. Geo. N. Davina.
John Johnson is clerking at
the Drug Store on Sundays.
Judge Brogan and family were
visiting at Mrs. Ella Williams’
J. H. Mitchell and Tom Will-
iams went to Carnegie Monday
to visit J. M. Hardesty.
FOR pALE OR TRADE-New
De Laval cream separator, No.
15. Henry Me Lemore. 50 4t.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Holly vis-
ited Joe Graber east of town
Sunday. The latter will move
to Kansas at once.
Tom Williams and family
spent Sunday at J. H. Mitchell’s
east of town.
FOR SALE— About 200 locust
posts also a full blood Jersey
male calf. P. Luekenga. 51 3t.
Elroy King made a business
trip to Oklahoma City last week,
accompanied by Z. A. King who
was taking in the sights.
Elmer Price and family visit-
ed relatives at El Reno the first
of the week.
The N. C. W. met with Miss
Mabel Kiel last week. On ac-
count of bad weather only a
few were preseat.
Fresh supply of stone grits,
ground bone and oyster shell for
poultry at Colony Drug Store.
W. J. Jahn and wife and Dr.
Davina and wife motored to
Capt. Jones with Dr. Jesse
and Miss Bertha and Theo Ken-
drick visited at Jonathan Jones’
near Ghost Mound, Saturday
night and Sunday.
Want Your Leases
As we try, to block a plot;
some say yes and some say not.
I am sure they want a test, just
as well aa all the rest; if they
fail to come and sign, we will all
be left hehind. Then my neigh-
bor sure will say, that I stood
in the way; not anr dtfort did I
lend; I am not what I should
have been. I am no lawyer or
physician, but my friends, this
proposition is as plain as it can
be. Sign your name and let us
see, if we get’the goods or not;
all will have an equal shot. So
sign your lease and we will
hush, to watch the drilling and
the slush. G. C. Giles.
Mrs. Dan Holly went to Wea-
therford Friday to do some
Indian Girl Dies
Rose, the nine year old girl
of Mrs. Little Bird, died at the
Agency hospital March 24 after
a protracted illness. Tubercular
meningitis was perhaps th e im-
mediate cause of death but the
child has been for some time
giving way to the inroads of
consumption. The funeral ser-
vices were held at the Mission
and interment at the Indian
Office Hours: 8:30 a. in. to 13: m.
1:30 to 5: p. in.
Show at Agency
Joe Davis, a Pawnee Indian
gave a sleight of hand perfor-
mance at the Indian school Fri-
day night. Davis styles him-
self as the Indian Wonder and
dressed in Pawnee paraphernalia
including war bonnet. He gave
a street parade Friday after-
noon. A full house was reported.
OITY BARBKR SNOW
Prompt and Careful Service. Best
JOHN HARMON, Prep.
BLAOMMITHINQ AND REPAIR
ALL WORK GUARANTEE^
Have your work done where
it is done right and where
the price is right
A Trial Solicited
HUMRUROAR A HUMRUROAR
Regular Meals or Short Orders
Homemade Pies a Specialty.
We are ready to serve lunch at all
MBS. TOM. WILLIAMS. Prop
Seth Cole and Ransdell Green-
field are hauling wheat to mar-
ket for Mr. Norton.
Weatherford is trying to ar-
range for a dairy show, a poul-
try show and a district fair.
Sam and Fate Payne were at
Oklahoma City last week attend-
ing the big automobile show.
EGGS—Tom Barons English
Strains of snow white Leghorns.
Eggs $5.00 for 100 penned, $1.50
for 15. Mrs. Clara Suter, H^dro
Okla. Star Route. 51-9t.
H. T. Ediger, of Buler, Kan-
sas, who recently contracted for
the Taylor farm came in Wed-
nesday to make the final ar-
rangements to receive his deed.
EGGS:—Single Comb Rhode Is-
land Red, eggs $1,00 per setting
of 15 at home. 1 mile east of
Colony, or $1.50 by mail. Mi*.
.Thos. Hudgens. 51-4t.
The four year old girl of Hans
Hansen, six miles southwest of
town is reported as quite sick.
Imperial baby chick food con-
taining five different kinds of
grain; ground bone, oyster
shells, mica grit, venitian red
and red pepper. Thin is a well
balanced food and will prevent
white diarrhea and bowl trouble.
Contains everything a baby
chick needs. For sale at Colony
T. C. Clancy and family went
to Oklahoma City the first of
the week to buy goods for the
George Gilger, wife and Theo
Kendrick went to Oklahoma
City Thursday morning to at-
tend the automobile show. They
returned Saturday reporting a
a delightful time.
FOR SALE- Baled alfalfa
baled straw, riding lister and lot
of second hand farm tools.
Z. A. King. tf.
1920 Sample books at my home
one mile east of Colony. Call and
see them. Prices right. Mrs.
Thos. Hudgens. 51-2t.
Doctor and Mrs. Witt* mot-
ored to Oklahoma City, Satur-
day afternoon' to see the auto-
Our friend B. C. Barney who
lives south east of town spent a
part of Friday in Colony and
while here renewed for one of
the subscriptions to the Enter-
prise, that he carries.
Undertakers Supplies - •
Embalmer and hearse Furnished
When Wanted. - -
Colony . Mercantile • Company
Meat Market & Cream Station-
Come and see us. We carry s full line
Compound, Fresh and Cured meat*.
Under New Management
We etrive to pleeee our customers and make
SERVICE a feature of every businese transac-
tion. Let ue serve you,
Fresh Bread Every Day
Bring ue your POULTRY, EGGS and CREAM
We pey the Hlgheet CASH Prioea.
D. B .HOLLY.
Oow For Sale
A large red cow 5 vear old,
gentle, an extra good milker,
brines large calves. Be fresh in
April. Geo. N. Davina, Colony.
FOR SALE-Pure bred single
comb White Leghorn eggs $5.00
per hundred at farm. Mrs. Wm.
Recker, Eakly, Okla. 52-2t.
Louis Klein now drives a tin
F. F. Janzen, P. H. Adrian
and J. L. Adrian of Buler Kan-
sas were here last week looking
for land. A number of Kansas
parties have already bought
near Colony and these gentle-
men desire to locate near them.
For Sale For Cash
1 Team Horses ......... - $75
1 Set Farm Hamate......$15
1 Set Light Harness......$26
1 Wagon.................. $20
1 Hook.................. $15
J. L. Bead, The Mission,
The interior of the Enterprise
office has been repainted the
past week, which adds very
much to it’s appearance and
makes a cozy work shop. Tom
Williams was the artist entrust-
ed with tha decorating,
' has run '
On a Heavy Truck
And Why They Are Exceptions
Worn Miller Tires are often exhibited with
some sign like above. 1
Countless letters also reach us telling such
These arc very pleasing. But we don’t
want users in general to expect miracles from
Service to Expect
Expect from Millers greater service than
from any like-type tire. And 19 times in 20
you will get it.
Expect it to outserve
any tire you put opposite,
and it almost invariably
will. Expect twice the
mileage tires gave a few
years ago, and they will
doubtless do still better.
u What Our Tests Show
We run tires at our factory ten mllUoa
miles a year to make these service testa*
• These are radical tests. Tires are run. COO*
stantly, night and day, and udder heavy load.
Wc want quick comparisons.
On our testing machines Miller Cords
average 15,000 miles, and Fabrics about
But these a
Expect tread wear 25
per cent better than from
others and you’ll not be
But don’t expect that Millers,
under all conditions, can match some
Why Mileage Varies
A Cord Tire gives vastly greater
service than a Fabric Tire.
An oversize tire will vastly excel
a tire that is undersize. Care, load
and road3 alTcct tire service greatly.
Millers are uniform tires. That is
a major reason for their supremacy.
But uniform tires will vary with
Center Tread smooth with suction ram
for firm hold on wot asphalt. Gtar»J to~iha»
Read side triad*, ouh Uko cog* In dirt.
With 3-Ton Loads
Millar Card Tiros w*rs tested hr Rsr C.
Carpenter on a 22 paMaager bus. averaging
out, anil WM r»n»w, from tha wheel.
Tho .eeeeiTwe. *unc!ur.<J bjr railroad .pUro
al 8.000 milee, but when repnlrmlren 12.000
mile, more without a blowout. Oaa front
wheelihe Mill.r ten 22.000 mile, without •
blowout. All wore neuiontrr-typo Uroe.
not mileage records. We
are running Miller Tire*
against high-grade rivets
to prove tnat Millers last
You will get on • Miller
an exceptional tread. It is
by 25 per cent the best
Not one Miller Tire*
made under present methods, has
ever come back with the tread gone.
You will get uniform tires. Every
Miller Tire is signed, both by maker
and inspector. Every man know*
that a faulty tire means a penalty for.
him. And faults are extremely rare.
You will get greater mileage than front
any tire you put on the opposite wheel.
That is so nearly universal that we will
stake your favor on any single test
Hut you will get the best tire built to-
day. There arc hundreds of thousands
who know that. *
When you buy a new car imist on Millet
Tires. Twenty car makers now supply;
them end there is no extra charge.
TH8 MILLAR RUBBER 00, AhUROHi
mm er Tires
Now the Topic of Tiredom
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PAYNE AUTO SALES COMPANY
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Ramsey, H. C. The Colony Enterprise (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 1, 1920, newspaper, April 1, 1920; Colony, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc937341/m1/1/: accessed December 18, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.