Colony Courier (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 22, 1915 Page: 1 of 8
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New Stock of Wall Paper Just Received,
VOL. 6 NUMBER 31
$1.00 PER YEAR
Colony Drug Co. Prices Reasonable.
COLONY, WASHITA CO OKI.A., THURSDAY APR. 22 1915
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\/e have a Complete Line of John Deere Listed corn
and Shovel Cultivators,
V/e also have a few Staples in Emerson and Gale
Cultivators, and we are sure that we have the Particular Style
You have been wanting.
We are also Agents for the DEERENG Line of Harvesting
Machinery, as well as Their other Lines of Farm Tools. If con-
templating the purchase of a harvester You should not neglect
tb place your Order for the machine of your choice within the
Next Week if you do not want to he disappointed at harvest. It
is our Prediction that those who get their wheaton the market
early are the ones who will be assured of the Best prices this
There will no doubt he plenty of Binding Twine if you will
place your oit^er N<>W, Which order we will take subject to
Crcjp Conditions, But if You delay placing your order until I
Harvest you mty be DiSA PPOINTED. 'This section, last sea-
son was short ok Twine for more than a week at. harvest time,
and with the shortage ol Kaw Material the Condition will no
L)oubt lie worse this .season. Let us have your Twine Orders
We will take either Your Har-
,T^^tf ^ machine order, or Twine order
to Crop Conditions.
| The Colony Mercantile Cov
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FRIDAY April 23rd.,
At Seg?r Indian School.
Admission IS and 25c.
Ul Un Wi'aii' Your CAIU’I 1 Si ctml ItUOS.
We Have Installed a New Loom una are Prepared to do
^ Your Carpet Weaving. Residence, 2J miles East 1 north of
J Colony. MRS. LOUIS KLINE.
HARRY W. EBY
AT THE COLONY STATE BANK FOR
farm Loans and Insurance
IN RELIABLE COMPANIES
On May 7th. the closing exer-
cises of the Colony school and the
closing of the efficiency contest
at the Sunday School will be cel-
ebrated at the Park with a Big
Basket Picnic. (Hood speakers
will address the crowd on educa
tion, and in all probabilities one
of the state officers of the Sunday
school association will he present
The committee is now making
arrangements to have the Cordell
Band, There will be base ball
games and other amusements.
All schools, Sunday schools, and
friends are cordially invited.
A very pleasant farewell sur-
prise party was given at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Flottman in honor of Mrs. Curtis
Thursday evening, the occasion
being the close of school the next
day and the departure of Mrs.
Curtis, the teacher, for her home
in Weatherford. Nearly all of
those present were either pupils
or patrons of the school. Mrs.
Curtis has been living with the
Flottman family during the
school term. Tie party was a
complete surprise, and all present
report a very enjoyable time.
A number of towns in Oklaho-
ma are claiming to be the borne
of Jess Willard, and if he evei
lived in one third of them he sum-
has been going Home. In lookihg
over our City Directories we do
not find the name of Jess Willard
so we ute sure he never lived in
Colony, lie never freighted to or
from Colony and we do not claim
to be holding his trunk for a
board hill as a Mr. Jenks of
Sayre is doing.. No, Colony is
not the home of Jess Willard, but
it IS the home of a number of
men and women who are doing
more for humanity than any
d<uhie-listed rounder that ever
Don’t plant Half and Half
It is now almost time to plant
cotton, and every farmer should
lie careful us to the kind he
plants. Do not plant the half
and half cotton as the buyers will
not buy it, and if they find that
a gin is ginning it they refuse to
fiuy their output at all. The
government is sending out bulle-
tins urging farmers not to plant
half and half cotton. Europe is
threatening to stop buying any
American cotton unless tiny
are assured that we ur« not rais-
ing half and half cotton.
Town and Country.
Mrs. E. A, Brown has
quite sick with the grip the past
Louis Klein and family and
Itev. Lee Liggett spent Sunday
with Leon Challis and family.
Miss Etta Farmer is reported
sick with pneumonia.
Charley Lasley and family and
Mr. Pullen and family spent Sun-
day with Mr. and Mrs. James
Riley Haws, assisted Waueliope
and Co. handle the crowd Satur-
Mrs Goo. A. Wilson has been
quite sick the pust week.
John Wise] was chief soda dis-
penser at the Polony1 Drug, Friday
Gathering Violets and Red-lmd
Among those who attened the
S. W. I. M. at Weatherford Fri-
day and Saturday are Prof. Renc-
been j jr.ir, Misses Ollio Crawford, Dollie
Riley, V ania Johnson, M i s. Curt is,
Dr and Mrs. Darnell and that
The S. W. I. M. was very line
this year. The literary and ath-
letic events all being carried off
after close competition with high
honors to all the winners, and
many of the performances, not
scoring as winders, were worthy
of a place higher than that of
mere mention, in fact, some were
almost draws with the winners.
Let the good work go on—-the
losers, even, are winners, if
they’ve done their best, of course
We received an
Friday from E.
Philipsburg N. J.
Some thoughtless boys have
been stretching wire across the
walk east from the Drug Store to
the Bank so as to trip people.
Boys may think this fun, but if
some one should get hurt by fall-
ing over the wires, it would not
be ut all funny. Better play
pranks that are not so liable to
hurt some one, boys.
Some time Sunday boys cut a
number of young trees in front of
the Drug Store and ulso in front
of the Farmers Supply Co. These
trees are on private property and
were set out for the benefit of the
public, still some thoughtless
boys have cut them down. Some
boy or boys will start on a trip
I with the sheriff if they n:o not
I very careful.
seemed to he the order-of-the-day > |,e rea,i an jt-ein
Wanted—Some one to contract
to harvest and thresh 70 acres of
wheat and 20 acres of oats for u
share of crop. See Thos. Hudgens
Mrs. F. M. ICnslow and daugh-
ters Beulah ami Vera have mov-
ed back on the farm for the sum-
Ira Foster spent Sunday
the F. T. Foster family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ohas. Wyatt at
tended Church at Buck Creek
Second Quarterly 'Conference
10. Church of this place
lil at t he School House
evening April 29tdi.
Every one cordially
for the M.
will he he
it 8 p. m.
W. W. Small and E.'King have
each purchased a pheasant and
they are beauties, they are kept
in a pen near Mr. Small’s home.
Mr. H. W. Khy is building a
Dr. Darnell has moved his
’’Horsepital” across the road, it
is now located south of his office*.
The Cofimy school will close on
Friday, May 7th.
Miss Amin J. Hitler who has
been girls matron at the Roger
Indian School for the past twelve
years has accepted a trasnfer to
go to Phoenix Arizona. Miss
Ritter is considered one of the
best Matrons in the service, She
lias many friends here who regret
that she must leave us.
Mr. Geo. Gilger has purchased
u real automobile, not a Ford.
E. A. Brown, Tim and Theo.
Kendrick attended the S. W, 1
M. at Weatherford Saturday.
Lester Gifihs returned to Coyiun
die, where he is attending school
Mr. mid Mrs. Reese Kincuidc,
Miss Anna J. Ritter, Miss Dura
Porterfield and M i s« llildred
Shields drove to Weatherford Fri-
day evening, in Mr. Kincaide’s
New Dodge, to attend the Orator-
ical Contest at Tin* Normal.
Maurice Gibbs attended the
8. W, 1. M, at Weatherford Fri-
day and Saturday.
Mrs, Franklin w ho lives on Lake
Creek was in town Saturday sell-
ing ‘'Garden Sa s,M She usuail.t
supplies several towns and last
year she marketed several thous-
and stalks of celery they rui-ed.
E. Jenkins, of
He states that
in a California
paper (dipped from the Courier,
and asked that we send him a
copy. So you sot* people are read
ing Courier items from California
to New J i rsey,
The Colony base ball team de-
feated the Cow den Consolidated
school by the score ot i to (i. at
Cow’d on Friday. A return game
will he played in Colony, Friday
The people who live in Colony
should do their trading, either
Saturday morning or late Satur-
day evening, this will be better
for them, better for the people
who come in several miles from
the country, and are in a hurry
to get buck home and it will be a
great help to the merchants.
A very pleasant time was had
at the closing exercises of Prairie
Home school Friday. Altho
most all of the pupils of the
school this year are small, they
gave a very pleasing and credita-
ble entertainment consisting of
-mugs, recitations, readings, drills,
As well as being pleased with
the entertainment, the parents,
almost una nimously, ex press t hem
selves as well pleased with the
training they have received, and
w ith the progress of the school in
Logan is a Brilliant Black Pcroheron Stallion
o yeaik old, weighing 1700 lb. He was bred
and owned by J. F. Buffington of Oxford Kansas.
Tei m :—T10 (KlTn In nre Ci It- to Stand and Suck.
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Black Mammoth Jack
I Ihand;; high and weighs about
1)00 pounds. Age f> years Como
.mil see Yearling colt which won
First Prize at the Fort Cobb Fair.
A Kentucky Jack 1 -1.1 bands
high, weight about 9001b former-
1\ owned by Otto Boetcber,
The above stuck w ill make
2 south of Colony.
and shows the best colts in the country
the sc I'-un at my barn o miles cast and
Terms Sh.iii. to insure colt to si and and suck. Mare and cell stand
good for season. Should Marc be Sold, or traded or removed from the
county I'Ve becomes due at once. Care will lie taken to prevent accident
lint not responsible for any.
D. L. Kelley, Owner*.
DEWEY, Is a Large Dappled
Grey Stallion 7 years old weigh-
ing 1890 pop lids, lie will make
the Season of I9lf» at The John
\Va slice Barn, (Inlony (>k 1 n.
TERMS: '(0.09 to insure colt
t. i Stuml a i.d Suck.
Is a Black Jack 1112 liunda One of the
lh -t Jacks in the country.
TICR MS; $8 00 to insure colt to stand and
Hick. Mare and Coll stand good for ; c,-e-nn, Should mare he sold,
raded or removed from county. F< c becomes Duo at once. Cure
will fie taken to pri vent accidents, Hut not responsible fur any.
Season Opens April 1. Breeding Hours, 11 am & 4pm
NOTICE, On Monday and Tuesday of each week at
the H. C. Kusch barn 5 miles east of Colony,
Balance of week in Colony.
FRED KAUGER, Owner.
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