Colony Courier (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 2, 1914 Page: 1 of 8
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VOL. 5 NUMBER 28
$1.00 PER YEAR
A FRESH SUPPLY OF’EASTER
DYE for EASTER EGGS, coiony d™*. c<»j
Geo. W. Cornell1”™*»■«<=
COLONY, WASHITA CO. OKLA., THURSDAY, APR. 2, 1914.
Democrat Candidate for Congress
in the Seventh District
1\ H. O. Wood, well known
farmer who fesidea south of town
four and one half miles states
that he will make the race for
county weigher and requests that
the Beacon make his announce-
ment for that office. Ilis name
appears in our announcement
column this week.
Mr. Woods has been a resident
of this connIy for four years,
formerly living two miles east of
town, but moved south of town
last year. He is one of the lead-
ing citizens and commands the
respect of the people of his com-
munity. He is a native of
Georgia hut lived in Texas a
number of jears before coming to
Oklahoma. He has always taken
an active interest in politics and
worked for the up building of the
farmer's interest, alway voting
the Democratic ticket an 1 sap-
porting the nomiecs of the party.
He has been loyal to the party
and has never asked the voters
of this county for any favors be-
Mr. Woods will submit his candi
dacy to the Democratic voters at
the primary in August and will
make a personal canvas of as
much of the county as possible
before that date.—Cordell Beacon
, ^ i TTon. Geo. W. Cornell, id Wea-
“Uncle Henry Wood who lives;therford spoke in the interest of
south west of Cordell and Roy j his candidacy for congress, to an
Houck of Boggy creek were in | interi s^ed audience at the Colony
Colony last week. Uncle Henry j hall Inst Monday night. Mr.
is a candidate for county weigh j Cornell favors a tax law similar
er and seems to have made an ex-
cellant impression over here.
The Colony School and several
others will participate in an edit
eational and athletic meet here
Friday and Saturday of this week
Though we have asked those who
pJWuld know, for information as
to details and who ore the partici-
pants, po far we haven't been
able to connect, with the infm
motion desiri <1. However we
understand tie re will be some
thing doing and you are promised
U good time if you attend. The
plan, is for tie winners of the
meet here to go to Weatherford
for the big Southwestern Meet,
.^pril, 17th and. J8:h.
to the law in effect ni Minnisota
which places the burden of taxa-
tion on the larger corporations in
proportion to to the volume of
bti-iness done and exempts laid
and personal property; iinikii-i
judges of the supreme court o|
the U. S. elective ; and if sent t<
congress will favor national pro
hi lotion. In a word duel with E<
Smith, piominent srcialist wh>
lives east of town, the judge sai
that lie was sorry for the fellow
who carry a red curd in tlieii
(locket and study the ‘‘Repeal o!
Reason” and can’t vote as they
please Cornell is a logical, fom
ful speaker and is a strong cam
SAVING LEADS TO
He who acknowledges he h^s saved nothing,
confesses to both mental and business weak-
I be qualities found in the man who saves'
are sure to lead him to success.
Success comes hugely from tlm ooidldeuoe we
have ill our judgement. Having money gives
us confidence. If we have saved no money,
we admit lack of judgement ami therefore cun
have no confidence in ourselves.
If you wish to save, you can l»y depositing
♦ 1.00 or more with this bank.
Colony State Bank
GEE KENDRICK ELECTED
PRESIDENTT OF DIS-
Sixty delegates from the Young
Men’s democratic Clubs of tin
7th. congressional district met in
the Court house here Saturday
find organized a Young Menh
Democratic Club for the Distric
Gee Kendrick was elected Chair
man, O. M, Pribble of Hobart wa-
•lectcd N ice Chairman, 1,. W.
Lynch was elected secretary. Tin
■xeeutive committee will I ,-
•-boson by the eleven counties in
In* dist rict. About eight counties
vere represented at the meeting
Hid several resolutions were pass-
d. The convention passed a
resolution opposing the endorsi-
nont of any candidate for State
>r County office before the pri-
mary. A resolution declaring for
• lie state preferential Convention
was voted down after about one
lours del ate.
JIM McCLINTIC A GOOD
Cordell,—Special to the Courier.
Senator .1. V. Me Olintio of Sn.v-
ler, popular candidate for Con
gresM was in town Saturday and
made a short street talk. .)im
lias a host of friends in this com
ty and bis w ay of getting u< -
piaintod with the voters is
gaining him many votes. He
has been called a second Scott
Ferris and that means lie dots
Me Clintie is the man who
abolished the twelve deputy
game wardens and made a tight
for the Capitol bill to' make
Oklahoma City come through
with the 72,000,00 before the
Capitol could be built, and at
this time Oklahoma City is mal -
iug a mighty hard light to raise
the money. Jim is t he only bus1-
ness man in the race and is in
the dry goods business at Snyder
win re he has made good, From
reports it is indicated that lie will
lead the ticket, over all his
No season of the year perplexes the housewife
more in her search for for palatable foods than
the present one— too early to depend on the
garden, and your’re tired of winter’s heavy,
Our Store Will Aid You
It’s shelves are loaded with new arrivals for
the spring and summer tables—bring your
worries to us. And watch for the first ship-
ments of new garden stuff. It’s almost due and
as usual we,11 have it first.
Produce and Cream
At our store, the farmer finds a good market for his
butter, eggs, and cream at the best prices obtainable.
And we are always wanting to buy chickens
Sallaska & ergthold
The Cash Store
Town and Country
I! Kinouide was in Weatherford
.Mr mid Mrs. Davimi wi li L
iliank their friends fur their best
wi-dies and kindness during 11u.-
sickness of little Helen*
Supervisor Freer, of the Indian
Department, inspected Seger Ind-
ian School- this week.
John Otterby hns accepted mi
offer of n good position at the Sac
and Fox Agency and will depart
for that place in a few days'.
J. M. Hardesty was in Cordell,
j Wednesday. lie reported that
j Co. Supt J. M. Wallace is very
entlmsiatlc about the rallys\o lie
held at Cordell April 11th. and
April 2f> and at Cloud Chief Apr.
I St 1 i . at- the meeting April lltli
iu Cordell the speaker will talk
on Marketing Farm products.
W. D. Dawson of Eureka wa-
in Colony Wednesday to take
home a bushel of Simpson’s I’ro
lili.......... seed which Marry W.
Eh.v «>f the Colony State Bank is
furn id ling to the farmers at cost
$2,‘25 a bushel. This cotton is
aid to mat lire week s onrli< r
than olIcr kimis.
F. M. En-low was in town Sn'-
urdny mid stated that hisThiugli-
ter nlull, wiio has been sick of
pneumonia is now recoverii g
rapidly though ofcourse is still not
Mr, and Mrs. F. M. Hammond
of Bethel neighborhood were
trading in Colony Saturday and
met their daughter, Mi-s Frances,
whocamo home from Weather
ford Normal to visit over Sunday.
Little llolen Davimi has com-
pletely recovered from a severe
spell of Pneumonia.
Mr. and Mrs. Davimi received
a very handsome bouquet of cut
Mowers from the Ladies of the
Eastern Star Lodge of Weather
Born on ApriI 1st. to Ib r ,ft&nd
Mrs. II. Yruwinlc, a bouncing
baby girl. Mrs, Yruwink is at
the hospital in El Ratio.
Does Your Barn
Regular periodical painting is
tin economy tat greater and
nioie sensible Ilia'll spaiing the
paint it protects the building
fioin the elements nnd keeps
it in good condition longer.
HARRY W. EBY
AT THE COLONY STATE BANK FOR
l"arm Loans and Insurance
IN RELIABLE COMPANIES
Wc Sell Paints that
Resist the Sun
They won't rr.n k, blister or fade like
ordinary paints They are scientifically
comnoundrd to counteract weather
conditions nnd stay bright nnd fresh*
looking lunger than other kiudt.
Colony Drug Co.
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Seger, Neatha H. Colony Courier (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 2, 1914, newspaper, April 2, 1914; Colony, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc942162/m1/1/: accessed December 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.