Colony Courier (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 1, 1917 Page: 4 of 8
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THE COLONY C O U R I S A
Colony ^ Courier.
ISMIKO EVERY THURSDAY AT COLONY, OKLAHOMA
Datsrad m aaasad-alSM matt.r H«utamb«r 1, 1000 at th« post nfflaa
Colony. Oklahoma, uud.r Mi. Act of March S, 1070.
Edward W. Davison.
Owe —4 RcMakaa.
A Im Hast Pe», Far Every Om la Hw Horn, $1. A Year,
ADVRHYNMNO RATES- lN«»lar a4varilMM.au la miau inch. mi. roluaui
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FEB. I 1917.
Town and Country.
Etas Frieda Klein and Hilda
(t istafanh, student* of tlie South
western Normal at Waafherfurd,
wars homo rial tor. Saturday and
Clayton and Vivian Johnson
vUited Mr. and Mr*. L. F Cliallis
• I their new nom* Sunday.
J V- Rtlev. of the Southwestern
Normal at Weatherford, visits*!
tmni|^olka Saturday and Sunday,
harinc ridden nut on Ida bicycle.
, Boy a Lily Cream Separa-
tor now and lot the Cows
holp reduco the High Cost of
Colony Mercantilo Co.
S. J. Ward. It. A. Melton and
due Dawson attended the (junr
t-r»y Oonference *t Alfulla Snt-
Harry Vrpwink of Weather-
f rd rpent $umlay witn home
Rrary atom in Oolony did a hie
(••'•sines < Mat unlay, each store
ii 'udud several more clerks.
Mr. and Mrs. (» L Bond visited
Mr and Mra. B. H. Johnson.
H. P. Oihha visited his sons, J.
IVGthh. at Union northwest of
Weatherford, and J. K Gihha in
Weatherford, Friday and Satur-
Kndolph Kadenrer-lithiid family
and Mra K. F. Janzen, of Korn,
and Mi.a Bartel of Colony, visited
Mr. and Mrs. K. Fadenreoht,
Mr. E. Smith of Weatherford
spent Monday in this vicinity.
Misa Aria Crawford, who is
Iitteiiding school at the S. W.
Normal this year, spent the week
end with her paronts, Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Crawford of Ghost
We do ull kinds of Tin Work.
ltev, A. A. MeOlexkey will
pteach at the h’cdionl House Sun-
MLs Alice Farmer, who has
bein'' attending School ill loan
returned home Saturday.
In the Algerian des-
ert end in London
tells the story of “wo-
manly women” who
cause men to wreck
their careers and go
nameless to the For-
eign Legion, that pott
of missing men. to
finish out their hope-
less lives. It is a ro-
and abounding in
study, and shows a
keen insight into the
weaknesses of human
the feminine variety.
Mi— Burlah Kiudow .pant Sun-
day with home folk*.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Burkhart
left Wcdne.day for Duncan Okla
on account of tha serious illness
of Mr. Burkhart*, brother, Will-
Little Dorothy Ham-on, who
fell and broke her collar bone
*om« time ago, is recovering
Mr. and Mra. M Whitley .pent
Sunday with K. E. Uaummnd
Mr. Adama pure hared tha Me
Gloaki phone and installed it last
The Gro/T brother* moved their
Phone Iuki week to their new
Quite a number from thia
vicinity link advantage of the
line d«y hint Sunday and w« nt
•lit to view the oil well.
Mm. Andiew Bond still con-
<inues quite gjek.
ftrville Little was improved
*ullici«-ntly laat Saturday aa to he
«bie to visit Colony and help
swell tin- crowd.
Mr. flick, and family have
moved to their new home near
Mr*. KiihIow is reported on the
Received this week a big
Shipment of Reedy to Wear
House Dresses, Aprons, Mid
dies end Waists.
Colony Mercantile Co.
Mias*. Beulah Endow, Pear
Haws, Viola''Harde.iy and Goo.
Ward, student* of Cordell High
School spent fcjuncUy with home
Mrs. Roy Maraliall returned
home fironi Cloud Chief Sunday,
after a Weeks visit with relatives.
Henry McLemore attended the
Gospel Tesm Services Sunday.
Lumber U on the ground for
the New Picture Show building
Fred Kauger ia now owner of
the Colony Hall.
For Sale or trade*—The Colony
Hotel--Will trade for Cattle or
equity in farm. See £. King at
Colony Mercantile Co.
Tfau.e alio missed the Go.p«-J
Team services Sunday missed a
Spiritual Feast, Every time you
*l|y home from Church or Sun-
day School you are tiie looser,
because there is always some-
thing good there for you, Why
not resolve that in thy futuru
vou* will attepd church service*
every Sunday, Vou will he the
Looser if you dont.
For Sale—100 hu Extra Good
Seed Oats, Sec Win. Melton.
T. O. Clancy is opening up a
nice clean stock of Groceries this
Wauchopc & Co. are bu*y tak-
ing their Inventory this week.
We are now ready to do any
and all kinds of Auto Repair Work
or Tin work.
We will keep a Full Line of
Auto Repairs and Parts.
• We have an Expert Repair Man
with its, Bring in, Your work we are
Ready. All work Guaranteed. -
Agents For Dodge Cars.
OIL GASOLINE FREE AIR.
The Colony Garage Company
' Roy Marshall, Mgr.
— * a»
I Will H«ll at Public Auction 1 mile north and fl-4 cast of Eitkly, 7‘i miles cast and tf
south of Colony. Sale to begin nt 1 P M ON
FRI. FEB, 9,
I Gray Mare 10 yr» old, wt> 800, in foal by Jack
I Black horse 7yr old, wt 800.
Head of Cattle
1 Black Jersey Cow, 4yr old. excellent milker, l Black Jersey 2 yr old fresh in
June, I Red Heifer, froth in June. 1 Jersey Heifer fresh in June. I Yearling
Stoor. 1 Rpd Heifer, 2 Red Shorthorn Bull Calves
4 Black Shoats, about lOO lbs. Each.
75 Bu Corn, 100 Bales of Good Hay,
10 Bushel of Mebane Cotton Seed. *
IMDI pME^AITQ 1 a l'"d> VVng«m. 'J Hiding Lintel*, I Walking Lintel1,
1 Paralell Beam Hiding Cultivator, I Hiding Cultivator Nil
Hhovtd, i Walking Cultivators, 1 Five Tooth cultivator. jf .10 Inch Walking Plows.
1 Ona row Com and Cotton Planter, 1 Knife Sled. 1 Set Light Work llarn«*e, 10 Dos
Bnahid Basket* and lids. Mnrne Hlnrlo-mit h Toni*. Alid Otlnfl* tiling* |i>q limner* us io mention.
TERMS— On Sum* nf $10 ami under cash, On sums over tit* a credit of 10 inn nth* will hi
givau m» approved bankable note* hearing 10 per cunt interest, & per cent discount for ca*h on nutm
g^rj|IO:__Nnjt^ert.v to hw removed until tsrms of sale have bean -compiled with.
PETE BALZER, Owner. *
SCOTT A ALLEN, And. PRES. BRECKENRIDGE, Clerk.
We had the Same Quality of Goods
That the Stranger Sold on Our Streets
We would Gladly take His Price, and
wrap them up for you, but we would
have ai move coming, before long,
New Groceries coming in every day,
These were bought before the Raise in
* \ •
We have a Fine Aisortmest of Peters
Shoes, All Styles, and Sizes.
You Save Money On Everything at
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