Colony Courier (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 20, 1915 Page: 4 of 8
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THE COLONY COURIER
THE COLONY COURIER
ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY COLONY, OKLAHOMA
Entered an second-class matter September 1, 1909 at the post office
Colony. Oklahoma, tinder the Act of March 3. 1879.
Edward W. Davison*
Owner and Pubisher.
A Live Home Paper, For Every One In ike Home, $1. A Year.
^OVERTISING RATES-- IM.play RdveriiHeineiit. 16 rent* nu Inub. one column
Wide. Local* ana Want auvertUenitniU five cent* u line first insertion and three
sent* a line for cacti ■ubsequciil Innerllon. Mperlal rcte» on application lor .lx inontiis
and yearly contract*. A rea*onale ciiarse niaac for Obltoarle*. Hcolutton* cf He
ato, Oard* of Thank*, etc.
MAY. 20. 1915
Mrs. Isaac Fast and Rister. Miss
Minnie Bartel, visited Korn
Oapt. and Mrs. Jones, Miss
Bertha and Dr. Jones, Mr. ami
Mrs. George Gilger spent Sunday
Another good rain fell Tuesday
The Kauger building is going
up very rapidly. The building
will be 30x120 feet, It will be
occupied by The Farmers Supply
Co. Colony just keeps growing.
Baby Ohick food keeps baby
chickens healthy and growing
from the start. Oolony Drug Co
A dance will be given at the
Colony Hall Friday evening May
21#t. All who dance are invited.
Good music and good order are
assured. Oscar Bond and Call
North Colony Items.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Melton
spent Sunday evening with L. F.
Melton and family.
ltay and Carl Blass and George
Ward went to the caves near Korn
Mission Church News.
“Since last winter there have
been working in the Ford factory
six students of the Carlisle Ind-
ian School. Their Ford experience
in practical motor car making, is
a part of their school training,
and will last about nine months
when they will return to their
classroom studied at Carlisle.
So satisfactory has been the re-
cord of the six boys now taking
the students’ course that the
Ford people have agreed to give
the same opportunity to a num-
ber of other Carlisle boys during
the coming summer. According-
ly twelve or fifteen boya who have
good records attd who have proven
their sincerity and worth will be
given ibis opportunity.”
The Carlisle Arrow
Etta Hannon spent Saturday
night with Alma Melton.
Mr. A. A. Ward ami his sing-
ing class met at T. J. Kendrick’s
Mrs. V/. A Harmon spent Sun-
day evening with Mrs. Sam Ward.
Misses Lucia and Amy Leedy,
Elva Fleennr and Klmer Estes
took dinner with Alma Melton,
Mrs. Ham Fleennr visited with
Mrs M. L. Leedy, Sunday.
Second hand, Tongue truck
for McCormick Binder.
Colony Mercantile Co.
There are always opportunities
for young Indians who have the
stuff in them.
TheUousistory met. “unday after
noon and decided to hold the an
nual Camp Meeting September
8- 12th. The question of the dis
tribution of beef was thoroughly
discussed but uo final action taken
Stores, Legends, History, Etc.
Hero in the eyes of the “Bible
Class.” In the fourth inning he
made a home run, and was met
beteewen second and third by his
team mates and pulled and push-
ed across the plate for their first
score, however the effort was too
much, and he was compelled to
retire from the game. The.game
was played on a grass diamond
and was a good example of fancy
tumbling, the Indian boys being
able to hold their feet, finally
won out 8—2. The picnic was
one of the nicest little picnics
ever held here and every one pre-
sent spent a very pleasant day.
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Teepe 1 opics*
By Our Indaln Camp Reporter
The Consistory wishes to have
two young educated Christian Ind
ians attend the BIG COUNCIL at
Estes Bark, Colorado, June 11-20
They are willing to help such de-
legates from the church by giving
each twenty dollars. The expens
es for the whole trip for oue per-
son would amount to sixty dollars
UNION SUNDAY SCHOOL
Thursday May 27,
The Sunday Schools of Washita and Caddo Counties
Will hold a Big Basket Picnic at the Seger School Grove.
A Large number of Sunday Schools will take part in
Good Speakings Vocal and Instrumental
Lunch Stand, Refreshment Stand,
and Merry-go-round on the grounds.
Plenty of Shade and Water.
Parade at 10 a. m
Mission Sunday School
EVERY ONE COME.
The Mission Sunday School held
their annual picnic F'riday, at the
Old Camp Meeting grounds.
All the Indian children, and
employees of Seger School, fill the
Mission people, and a number of
town people who are members of
the Men’s Bible Class attended.
The ladies of the school, prepared
a big feast for all the Indian child
ren, who were served first, and
who did justice to the good things
prepared for them. As soon os
the tables could be cleared the
others were called, and every one
was soou busy putting away*' the
good things, however therS was a
great deal left after all had eaten.
Dr. Darnell, W. W. Small and
Mr. Haws, being compelled to let
their belts out, three holes each.
After the dinner the races were
started, each class had some event
aud all boys, girls, men and wo-
men took their part.
The smaller children ran races.
Miss Jensen’s girls tiirew the ball
aud made good throws, too. Mra.
Kincaid’s class run a peanut lace,
which was good. Mr. Haws class
of boys run a sack race. Mrs.
-Small’s class run a wheel-barrow
race which was very, amusing.
The Bible class, run a three leg
ged race, Mr. Vruwink and Bill
Grayless winning. The old men
and women threw the arrows.
Each winner was given a prize.
The last number on program was
the ball game between the Seger
School boys aud the Bible Class,
the game was full of brilliant play*
on the part of the Bible Class?
\Y. W. Small proving himself u
Clarence Powder Face and his
wife Cedar Woman, from South
Canadian River are visiting Nelson
Sage aud Grace Powder Face at
Sage Bark allotment on Cobb
Creek north west of Colony.
Little Man Mihate lias gone out
to cultivate his corn at William
Packer’s allotment, that he plant-
ed this spring.
Otto Littie Man and his wife
Lucy Bent are visiting Lucy’s
parentp in Oolony for few days.
They have good house with four
rooms near Clinton, they hive
nice furniture of all kinds in
their house, nice cistern and well
Bear Bow and his wife Medici-
ne Woman are putting up nice
summer brush house to sleep in
this summer and eat in. Bear
Bow says only thing that bothers
them is Hies, being near.the gover-
Nellie House daughter of Mary
Washee and Prudie Two Crows
are coming home for vacation from
Hampton Institute Va. They
went to the Institute last year
Hampton Institute is not Gover-
The hearing of the Estate of
Mrs. Black Bear will be held by
Supt. Small before long to deter-
mine her heirs. James Monroe,
Swift Wolf and Little Lake, claim
they are the heirs.
Young Bear and his wife Wo-
man Going Ahead from Greenfield
were ut Supt. Smalls’ office on
business. Woman Going Ahead
has 320 acres of land on Washita
Lenard Boynton, Two Babies,
Wassanee, Bear'Woman, Little
Chief and Sage Woman Charcoal
are all going to Darlington Agency
They have been notified to be
present at the heariug of the es-
tates of deceased relatives.
All interested in holding a
Fourth of July celebration in
Oolony this year are asked to
meet at the Colony Halj, Friday
evening, May 21st at 8 p. m.
COME TO THE
COLONY BARBER SHOP
I. N. CADENHEAD,
Suit Cleaned and Pressed.
We Order Suits to Your Measure.
All work Guaranteed.
White Diahorrea Reitiedy cures
and preveuts all bowel trouble---
no oure--no pay. Oolony Drug Co.
The Colony Mill
By John Yaller Cat, Colony, Okla.
Pale face vissit editor,
Like to look around,
Editor heap much show him
Print shop, top to ground.
Show big press wiiere paper
Slips in, then ishawan
Come out on it other side,
Heap much printin’ on.
Show him little engine,
Ktiu by gasolene,
Show job press where paper
Get printed in between.
Come out sale bills, note-heads,
Envelopes, programs, cards—
Come out. any kind o’ Job,
Read ’em afterwards.
Show it heap much holes,
Printer call ’em case,
A kind o’ box where letters
Each one got a place.
Show him job-stick, tweezers,
Quods an’ slugs an, leads,
Show ’em little metal sticks
With letters on ’em heads.
Show it heap strong steel chase
Alt’ little wedge-like quoins.'
’‘Nett editor say to paleface.
“Heap sure need ’em Coins,” \
Editor kind o’ smile,
Yallet Cat heap quick fall.
Pale-face no guess what print man needs,
Him no ketch on at all.
Show him all kinds jolt type,
Heap I'ig an’ feenty small.,
Composing rules an’ make-ups,
An’ also printer’s awl.
Bortlers. brass rules, gallics,
An’ ornaments heap right nice,
An’ may-be-so "devil” ’fore him leave.
Show him coupla type lice.
(iHh-a-Wtvn means gone, vanished disappeared)
On Friday, Saturday and
•lay of each week.
Good Meal, at all times.
T. J. KENDRICK* Mgr.
I an now permanently located in
Colony and am prepared to repair
Watches* Clocks* Jswslry
S. IN. fLEENOR.
Post Office Lobby, Colony, Okla.
MAKES A STATEMENT
We always advise people who have
•tomach or bowel trouble to Hee a
loctor. But to those who do not wish
o do this we will say: try the mix-
ture of simple buckthorn bark, gly-
cerine, etc., known us Adler-i-ka. This
simple new remedy is so powerful
that JUST ONE DOSE relieves sour
stomach, gas on the stomach and con-
stipation INSTANTLY. People who
try Adler-l-ka are surprised at ita
Colony Drug Company
Wauckopc and Co.
Make your Cows Pay Your Bills. Bring Us All
Your Cream All lH« Time.
BIG SURPRISE TO MANY
IN THIS TOWN
Local psopls iri surprised st the
QUICK results received from .simple
buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as
mixed In Adler-l-ka, the German rem-
edy which became famous by curing
appendicitis. This simple remedy
draws off such a suprlslng amount of
old foul matter from the body that A
SINGLE DOSE relieves sour stomach,
gas on the Btoinuch and constipation
INSTANTLY. It Is the best remedy
mv )m*s ever sold,
COLONY DRUG CO.
DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS
uobby had a real demonstration
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