Colony Courier (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 19, 1914 Page: 1 of 8
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VOL. 5 NUMBER 22
$1.00 PER YEAR
COLONY, WASHITA CO. OKI.A., THURSDAY, FEB. 19, 1914.
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TITER ARY CONVULSIONS”
Being a .Series oi Dementia Hallucinations Reporteil
Semi-OecasionaPy for This Paper by
CUNEST C. FOSTER
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For an editor to write a favorable treatise on February H about
as easy as it is for'liini to help a pestilential oi l sinner through the
pearly gates with an obituary full of lies, when the said old sinner
owed the editor a subscription account that had been outlawed by
time. It's one* redeeming feature is it’s brevity.
The month, however, is as full of action as a picnic party that has
settled down on an ant hill. Embryo presidents, in their Friday
afternoon exercises, will inform their schoolmates that Lincoln, the
great orudieator, was born on the 12th, and later crossed the Dele-
ware and become the fathcr of his country, and Washington died
on the 22 after discovering the Manama Canal and freeing the slaves
The weather bureau, too, waf born the Mth of February, INTO, and
has been making and breaking promises ever since.
The fourteenth of the month will bring the same old tails of love,
when girls, though large as elephants, are called a turtle dove; for
A alentines v.d rip'*n. thf n and pairs Regain to spoon—the starting
of some big events to culminate in .Tune. The 25th will also bring
respite at least n while—from bunny hug, and other dances wild,
lor Lent begins tlm twenty-fifth to re t their weary lives, and men,
perchance, may once more meet their daughters and their wives.
Team leas hose were invented Fell. !, 1720—just 101 years before
.the invisible hose of today. The fir n pair of sea inis» hose were
about half an inch thick and were worn at protection ngnn«t. cold.
1 he modern hose are about as thick a ■ a cigaret paper, split twice,
and no one know 1 why they ,-ip> worn.
The closing of the month will bring the candidates to light—an
army of exalted men. who for us want to light; they seek to bring
solvation to the I nvly of our kind, but after they’re ejected, our ex-
istence i-lips tlie,r mind.
mhwimokb vmt y'.*> owns toKTaew mm bmhi oh
j HARRY W. EBY
t| AT Ti IF;. COLONY S1A I R BANK. FOR
| Farm Loans and Insurance
8 IN RELIABI..E COMPANIES
Crowd Applauded forj
MRS GORE WEEPS
titf; n kkdicr
"W’o the jury empaneled in the
ease entiteled Minnie F. bond vs
Thomas Bryor (lore, find that
the evidence is insufficient upon
which to predicate a suit, said
evidence wholly exonerates the
defendant, Thomas Pryor (lore;
and we further find that in our
opinion, the facts in the case wore
entirely in nlliaieiit upon which to
base a suit; and we unanimously
state that at the conclusion of
the plaint iII's evidence had the
Defendant at t hat t ime announced
that he desired to introduce no
evidence in his behalf and rested
liis case our virdiot would have
been .the same in that evont,-«trs
ihe.tiiie that was returned by us
to-wit, in favor <u‘ the defendant,
Thomas Pryor Gore.
In witness whereof each of us
individually sign this statdincut.
fb E. Britton, Democrat
Clarence Trosper, rep.
S. E. Schutten, deni.
Hex Ferguson, deni.
F. H. Morris, dein.
\\'. W. Gentry, rep.
Koberl Arneson, rap.
W. P. O’Neal, rep. I
IL G. Ujjrlow, repr
G. 0. Meeker, rep.
Braun Beuedix, rep.
Not Only With a Policy That Will Pay YOU
IF YOU GET SICK, BUT WITH
w h Ktr C
..s*> J or \
Senator (lore said • ‘ 1 lie
conli mis my faith I hat truth u d
triumph. I never fur a ninment
doubted tee oiitnime at the hands
> f the jury.”
tKmmmviMiBm swtnrjxaaam UUM i
WOW IS THE ruvr-; TO renew your
SUBSCRIPTION TO'Hil .
i eerra* ;ar* > i
i he dch men of today
began SAVING years ago
YOU can be well off some
day. . Begin saving NOW.
Ihii. Lank affords a safe place
to keep your money.
g The Colony State Bank.
Of G&2 CtYA.v'&ME8ZIo JE«k»M>'.gaaijn £ ,
Town and Country
Mr. ami Mrs, Harry Fby 1 lit
t It) sou, Frank wa quite ill last
week, and Mr, and Mrs, George
I bt viua s ha by (.'ill, Helen was
'cry ill Tuesday, both ehildroii
are belter at tin time,
I In bailie Club w ere enter-
t lined by !\li . F, F Darnell at
her home Tuesday njght, They
bad a lit tle girl's party, I lie lad
it's being dressed l|k<> little girls
except one who represented a
The report is 'T hoy sure had a
got d time”,
I ho *. 11 ml gens attorney fur C.
< >. Parks and Mr, Parks attended
court at Clinton Monday .
Dr. H. 11. Wynn**
Dr. II, II \\ vline, t 'klalioma,
( itv, Kye Far, No:e and Throat
' I 1 I 1 s fitted Colony Silt 01'
day, March II ut Colony Drug
where we are selling some of the leading makes of
the nobbiest sweaters, best socks most comfortable
underwear, pretty comforts, and warm blankets, all
atattractively low prices. GET PROTECTION NOW.
Salbska & Bergthold
The Cash Store
'(Gift's — — -—————-*—*.„ .v ........ —. *... .. ...
The tie Ini te tfl the lit era i y |u t
Fridlty night wa ;
I fool veil : That the l )| \ 11
\\ nr produced greater lemlei than
the Revolutionary War,
II, P, Gibbs, S. K. Wancliojn*.
\nlittr Farmer ltnssid Blow o.
u ,t i Warmly eonle ted, the alTirm |
ui\re winning the favor of two of
the judges while one judge voted
for tlic negative.
GIN MEETING MONDAY
I III' Slock holder- meeting of
the Oniony Co- operative Far-
mer's Gin On. belli in the hall
In i Monday did not transact any
business but adjourned to meet at
lock next Monday Feb. 28rd
G. T. Smith was
business in Colony, M>
t mu.-act ing
All stock hold
to la* present.
ns are requested
at th» school house
EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT
For Friday, February 27.
H it iseI ketidriek.
di . K I,. Durnell
.1. P. Clhbs
t he Ladim ()lub gut e a Valin
on* party at t Ip* ball last Satur-
lay night, and hud most of the
people in tow o t here bv special
invitation. Many of those pres-
etit Expressed their opinion Dial
il w as one of t he jollie.t. otvti
ion*, t lolony had purticipub d m
for quite awhile The decorations
nsisted mainly m i profit ision
'i red and white heart*, on long
strings urtisticly airuinged.
Hear*! A Cluncy are now in pos-
session of the bakery and Coofec
tioncry fonoerly owned by Mr.
Fonlyce. Mr. Hanson is still
baker, and the new proprietor!*
have the tore in tip top shape (ed by traveling and observation
uid ure prepared to take care ol ; and observation than by reuding
Good Warm Clothes
THAT WILL PREVENT SICKNESS
The Insurance Policy
cannot ward off sickness—it can only pay you if you DO i
fall ill, but, no one wants to trade health for money. Of ■
all seasons, the present one demands the most care of i
health. Protect your feet and body through the early
spring and you need have little fear of the other months.
Fevers, chills, and doctor bills are hoping you’ll Drove
negligent. DON’T DO IT.
YOU CAN GET THE
J M II de.
lull; Stcwftiart Hmuharar
II. P. Gibbs
Resolved I li.it more p. lobe Icuili-
theii' patrons in Uic best of style Uud neMitution.
bresll broad, pies, cuke, bulls, !
cookies, all the time. They hope A
to see all the old customoi and
iml many new one*, hflieving
t hey cun please nil. Go m and
■*Cl* t llCIH. Went liei lord t L*HIi>
c ra t.
\ nleria 11 ui esty
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Seger, Neatha H. Colony Courier (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 19, 1914, newspaper, February 19, 1914; Colony, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc941779/m1/1/: accessed June 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.