The Colony Enterprise (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 13, 1920 Page: 4 of 10
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ME GREAT OPPORTUNITIES-
/he Success Realty Co* offer the following properties for sale.
*“—160 aores 4 U* miles from Colony 10 ainres
an, balance pasture, ft.room house; other un-
fair; all fanned and oross fenced; some hog
istfnf well and food mill—-..-RHea wm
Ho. 14—feo acres good choc sandy loam. W a<T*i
I l-S miles fencing, food well water Wat 9M0*
Mortgage on same for 11,200 due November 1, I0s> o*
ft 1per cent iatorsst
Mo. It— 100 acres 4 miles 8-east of Colony, 80 sen s h
eult. 80 acres in pasture, sandy loam, fair Improvements,
off fenoed and crossed, wnough hog wire to fence farm.
Good well water and mill, Price $3,800
■ No. 76—160 acres northeast of Colony, 110 acres in
I cultivation, 4 acres orchard, balance pasture, good 5
I room house, barn 82x88 and other buildings good^Can
got possesion and crops included. Price 10,000^K)
No. 77180 acrss8 miles northeast
: ■ ■ %
, 66 A good 8 room house and It
1 and pump, good location,
>. 67—160 Acme southeast of Cosonv. 110 seres in
* acre* .orchard, well
cultivation. / 45 acres pasture,
and mill, ail fenced and crow
; toga. 1 mile to school. Price
No. 84—80 acres south of Corn, all in cultivation. 66
aerm in wheat and IS acres for spring crop. 1 of all
drops gow with farm. No improvements except fence.-
i. 85—160 acrw east of Colony, 125 acres in eulti-
10 acres orchard, balance meadow and pasture.
^Movements, all under hog fence, good alfalfa,
wnsns, and corn land. Good terms. Price $10,000.oo
No. 86—160 acres 7 miles northeast of Colony. 95
.fares in cultivation, 6 acrw meadow, 60 acres pasture,
sPiv |QQj mill orchard, food six room houM and other im-
provements fair, f mfle from school. Price $8,000.oo
No. 81—‘160 acrw near Ealdy, 100 acrw cultivation,
balance meadow and pwture, fair improvements-
No, 82—160 acrw 6 miles northeast of Corn, 100
acrw in cultivation, balance pasture, fair improve-
No. 88—820 a&w southwest of Colony 240 acres in
cultivation, all good wheat land, balance pasture. Two
lets of improvements, 1 mile from consolidated school.
Can ba handled on good terms. Price 816,500.00
No. 87—160 acrw southeast of Colony. 100 acres in
cultivation of which is mostly Cobb Creek bottom land,
balance pasture. Good orchard, house nearly new, bun-
galow style, other improvements fair. Cobb Creek runs
through farm. Price 89,500.00
WtTWSV&rs Et "’E* asr .e2i*s
tor. Improvement! lair, good well and running water y*sr arewd.
Scbool bouae am farm. Prke SS.OWO*
So. 8S—Ford Oarage is Colony, also of building, 40x60. soarly
mv. All galvaslaed-c arrogated Iron. S low. Ttorjo w rtod
Meacy, and all stock, fixtures and tools os band. The beat open- .
tog for a garage In ttaa aute a* there is one other gnrago boro.
No.-H—ISO Acres 4% mlfas from Colony^ 100 mer* *
Uon. 68 seres pasture, toys mosUy level. Good Improvemwatsand
water; 1 mile to rebool and church. Price 17,000.00
No. 60—160 Acres 6 miles from Colony. 70 acres cultivation.
pasture. Umber over pasture but good grass. Good im-
provements. 40 scree under bog fence. Scbool bouse on land,
if bought soon can giro possession. Price 84.000.00
No. 61—160 Acres 6 miles from Colony. 60 acres In cultivation
which is No. 1 bottom land; balance pasture, tome good post -oak
la pasture. Extva good Improvements and running water year
around. AH fenced with 4 ft. woven wire and crossed ^thbog
mtoTlH miles to school. Price ' 110,600.00
No. 62—160 Acres 8 miles northeast of Colony. 80 acres in cub
* llvatlon, balance piuture. Good Improvements. sU hog fenced.
% f ne to school. 82,600.00 cash will hsnd.e IL Price 86.600.00
No. 82—180 Acres 2 nfllea frem Colony. 110 acres cultivation,
60 acres pasture, all lays perfectly level and could all to cultt-
rated. Fair Improvements; t,ood orchard; nearly a11 °f
iMMd bog tight. Good water and mUl. Price $10,000.00
No. 70— 80 Acres close to Colony. 50 acres in cultivat-
ion, 80 acres pasture, cultivating land nearly leveUfair
improvements. A Bargain at *3650.00
No. 71—160 acrw near Eakly, 90 acres in cultivation,
balance pwture, goodsix room house, good barn^and
other improvements, 1 mile to school. Price 86000.00
No. 72—House and 4 lots in Colony, bam 8x11, all
No. 78—lftO Acres pasture land southwest of Com, 60
acrw can be broke out if wanted, all fenced but no
buildings, 1J miles to echo1. Pnce 82250-00
No. 74—160 Acres northeast of Colony, 70 acres in cul-
tivation.. 3 acres orchard, balance pasture, fair improve-
ments, and will give possession if sold soon, 1 mile to
school. Price 84000.00
No. 7/5—120 Acres northei st of Colony, 65 acres in cul-
tivat ion, 3 acres orchard, balance pasture, fair tm-
prov ements, owner will gi /e possession if bou8ht soon.
School house joining farm. Price 84000.00
N.o. 78—160 acres south of Colony, 90 acre? in culti-
vation, balance in pasture, good improvements, well
ffmeed, 35 acres wheat and rent, note of 8400.00 of
l and goes with farm if bovght soon, good terms.
No. 80—160 acres east of Colony, 110 acres in culti-
vation, balance pasture, all lays level and is a No. 1
wheat and com farm, fine orchard, fair improvements,
and on state road. Price 810,000.00
No. 89—160 acres 8 miles northeast of Mountain View.
100 acres in cultivation, 60 acres pasture, all good
wheat land. Fair improvements, good water and 1
mile from school. Price $5,250.00
If interested write or telephone us, referring to number.
SUCCESS REALTY COMPANY
ISAAC FAST, President W. D. JAHN, Vice President
GEORGE GILGER, Secretary-Treasurer
Meat Market & Cream Station-
Coma and see us. We carry a full flint
Compound, Fresh and Cured meats.
Under New Management
Ws strive to please our customers and make
SERVICE a feature of every bualneea transac-
tion. Let us serve you,
Fresh Bread Every Day
Bring us your POULTRY, EGOS and CREAM
Cream Steam Outfit Installed
Ws psy the Higheet CASH Prioei.
D. B .HOLLY.
Bert Scott, Virgil Crlssman
End Harry Bartgie motored ov-
er to the Wwhita river one day
last Wftftk to fleh for big fl«h.
They returned with the largest Iwrow ln
$atct) nude tty* Mason. w>
For Sale;—Registered Duroc
eow due to farrow in a few dayi.
Thorobred Polan Chi na dn te to
7 SUPPLIES 3
We have a complete line of Gaskets,
Robes and other Burial Supplies and can
furnish hearse and flowers if desired.
Payne Broa. •*
Buck OrMk ItMM
We have had a nice rain which
By Omr Rrata i
sent ualthis spring and we ought ch bust Saturday, aleo preaching
(to bo thankful to the Giver. | Sunday by the preeidlng elder,
rfi? the wh^t »ndifojbt« we I Qn Jcount of ^ weather,
thara «* V„7 '“7 ?•
ISplawnand family made a buei- tendance.—Mr. and Mre. J. it.
1--*-*- *“ Carnegie FrWay'. I Killer were visiting in Carnegie
n’s mother, brother | Sunday .—Several from this
Burkhart and wife were calkrs nt^ISmaCityia
at Ben Groff’s Thunday evening her
Kklv Sava °he would rother of the Friendship community
£Sythan own Service £n in attended the ouarterly conferen-
I O^l^a.—Su^Mn^^nol^rain I aud^lMM ^hirid s
I drie? fro^ nmtorins oast1—Tom I and Grandma Bone 'attended
|8ptaj5? K^h .7d Hlnry I church ,t Buck Cruel. 8und»y.
Burkhart went to the river fish- j Bethel
!kfir8aSS!y hrmfih? Dcccwed from thi. life April
'S? 7bout’soblb.*h 27,1920, little Nellie Ridmny.
fish. About 30 lbs. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
- — - | Ridgeway near Bethel, age 18
(ting acquainted with Avenariuslall is well.
Carbolineum that we really
were able to control the deadly
mite. It is without a doubt. the
most important necessity on our
farms. Lord Farms, Incorpor-
ated, by J. H. Lord, Treas. Gen-
uine,’ sold by Colony Drug Store
Albert Me Lemore is on the
sick list this week/ His mother
has been taking care of him a
few days.—Henry Me Lemore
had his corn shelled last week.—
The Sunday guests at the John
Burkhart home were: Mrs. Ollie
Dowdy and family, ,J. H. Me
Lemore and wife and little son
Dallas.—Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
n__ Q-i_ j Me Lemore has just returned
UOW For Sale 'from ten days visiting his
An A1 milch cow, young, gen- brother Joe Me Lemore at strat-
Ue and ea.y milked A real cow-1 'Xldon’hS
PrcA in May. Caah or note. ffiioF Ardmore where he will
Enterprise Office. visit hig brother.
We represent one of the best
Farm Loan companies in the west
and can give you low rates and
Come in and talk it over with
us if you need some money.
Success Realty Co
; Small individual Threshers
i The Williamslmporved Threshers aru built
|1 for Individual threshing, can he operated with 1
! 3 to 6-H. P. Gasoline Engines-
f Write for catalogue. ‘
\ " Jam** B. Sod berry, Pjosldont,
% William* Mill Manufacturing Ca of Ark.
Operating Orlst Mill
Grind ou Stene Buhrs, manufacturing corn meal, corn
chops, whole wheat flour and other mill products, which
are made on the Improved Blue Ridge Mill outfits.
Write for Catalogue and Prices
James B. Sedberry, President and Manager.
Williams Mill Manufacturing Co> of Ark.
Regular Meals or Short Orders
Homemade Pies a Specialty.
We are ready to serve lunch at all
MRS. TOM WILLIAMS. Prop
A fresh supply of baby c bick
food Just received. This food
contains seven different kinds of
grains; oyster shells, ground
bone, stone grits, charcoul, red!
pepper, Venetian red and bean
m 'v/ .. (a . > JLi
This food will keep baby chick-
ens healthy and growing during
the first two weeks of their life,
when they must have a well bal-
anced food. Genuine, phone for
a feW pounds - we will mail it
right out. Colony Drug Store,
"» . , .
Undertakers Supplies' - • •
Embalmer and Hearse Furnished
When Wanted. - -
Colony ■ Mercantile • Company
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Ramsey, H. C. The Colony Enterprise (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 13, 1920, newspaper, May 13, 1920; Colony, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc937839/m1/4/: accessed February 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.