Colony Courier (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 22, 1915 Page: 4 of 8
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THE COLONY COURIER
THE COLONY COURIER
North Colony Items.
ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY COLONY, OKLAHOMA
Entered as second-class matter September I, IHOV* at ; the pout office
Colony, Oklahoma, under the Act of March a, 187U.
Miss Ola Harmond of Colony
spent Sunday with Miss Myrtle
Edward W. Davison,
Owner '.nd Pubisher.
A Live Home Paper, For Every One In the Home, $1. A Year.
ADVERTISING RATES--- Ihsplity ftilv**rllH*-menig 16 cmnoHn Inch, one column
wide. I .ecu Is and Want advertisement* five cent* a line Oral Insertion and tnree
oent* a line for each subsequent insertion. .Special rates on application for six months
• nd yearly contracts. A reasonale charge made for Obituaries, Kesoiultona cf He
atu. Oarda of Thanks, etc.
ARP. 22. 1915
These rains are ns fine as if or-
tly, before he swats
Fishing season has come at Iasi
and the store porches will give
way to the banks of Cohb creek
as a place of attraction.
The stores of Colony are always
changing their appearances, by
discarding their old fixtures and
adding something new and up to-
When you have a dollar that
you wish to spend for the benefit
of your family, for your comunity
or town just hand it to us with
the instructions that, we send yqu
the Courier for one year. You
and your family will he benefited
the paper will he benefited and
the comunity will he benefited.
Help the Courier boost Colony.
Dollars are boosts that count.
Colony’s Business men are a
“Progressive Bunch” and keep
their places of business right up-
to-now. Our stores all compare
very favorably with the large
roailroad towns. In fact strangers
are always surprised to see such
Large Stocks of High Grade goods
in an Inland Town .
Postmaster Gen. Burleson b
soon going to issue an order t<
permit the sending of purcels b>
mail without the postage beipg
prepaid, the receiver to pay the
posiage. This should lie a help
to all Fourth Glass otliees uh it
will increase their cancellation.
Mrs. John Strange entertained
very delightfully n number of
guests last Saturday afternoon in
honor of Miss Hitter, who has
accepted a position as girls mat-
ron in the Indian school at Phoe
nix Ariz. Miss Porterfield furn-
ished Yictrola music and at the
close of the afternoon delicious
refreshments were served.
After expressing regrets at Miss
Hitter’s departure and wishing
her success in her new fieltj of
work, the guests departed voting
Mrs. tstrangean excellent hostess.
We received a few new sets
of Harness this week.
Colony Mercantile Co.
FOR SALE—I have 600 or 700
hales of good clean Prairie Hay at
80.00 per Ion. 3 miles west and
2^ south of Colony.
Mr. Sam Ward moved up on the
Conway place just three miles
north of town Monday.
Misses Alia Pleeuor, Alma
Melton and Mr. Elva Fleenor
made a business trip to Weather-
ford on Wednesday of last week.
Mr. H. A. Melton went to his
brothers southwest of Colony
utter a load of maize Monday.
Miss Alma Melton entertained
Misses Lucia, and Amy Leedy,
Alie Fleenor, Mr. Elmer Estes
and Elva Fleenor at dinner Sun-
Charlie and Alie Fleenor spent
Monday night with their cousins
John and Lucia Leedy.
Misses Alie Fleenor and Alma
Melton visited the Pleasnt Ridge
school Thursday of last week.
Mr. Claud and Earnest Wright
spent Saturday night and Sunday
with their sister Mrs. \V. L. Lav-
Devoted To Indian Items,
Stories, Legends, History,
Roy and Audry McNeal and
BertliA Stebler went to Colouy to
take the county examination.
Mr, McNeal had a largo tree
near the house struch by light-
ing and broke out a window light.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brown
were at Steblers Sunday in their
Red Bird Wolf Chief and Mag-
pie Woman One Coyote have gone
to Clinton to visit friends and al-
so on business. ^
Nearly every one is through
planting corn now. Gardens are
begining to look nice.
Sudan Grass seed- to close
out, 30c per pound, 6 lbs.
enough to plant two acres
$1.50, Colony Mercantile Co
Bring your job work to the
Courier Office, we do Job Work
of all kinds. Promptly.
Do not fail to see out line
of Wash dresses. We have
your Style and fit, at little
more than the cost of mak-
ing. Colony Mercantile Co.
Mr. Geo. H. Remuml of Weath-
erford, visited in Colony Monday.
Miss Ruth Hudgens and Miss
Lena Stebbler attended the H. W.
1. M. Friday evening and Satur-
II, P. Gibbs sold n load of hogs
to Walker Moore, at Weather-
ford for $6.40 per cwfc, Friday.
For Sale - - 1 Mitchell Wagon
been used about 5 years in good
condition, sell at a bargain, 2
miles west and 3± south of Colony,
Note Jim McClintic is our Congressman
of the 7th Oklahoma, District, who kindly
remembered ye poet with a package of seed.—
Jim McClintic Seed.
By John Yaller (hit, Colony, Okla.
Indian work this summer,
Heap sure farm for true.
Raise it all kinds field stuff,
An’ also truck patch, too.
Plant um lots o’ good stuff,
Kill ’em every weed,
Raise it hale per acre cotton,
Jim McClintic seed.
Miss Freda Fetter lias been quite
ill for several week but is a little
Red Teeth and his wife Little
Rock and his niece Belle Bear
Roab from Deer Creek were at
Supt. Small’s office on business
and also visited Mary Wasliee
and her step daughter, Lydia Lit-
Sarah Hornbeck has a light case
Bull Looking Around says Two
Crows who is living with Bad
Teeth family on Boggy Creek takes
several short steeps during a day
and at night after taken his sup.
per he goes out and sings war
path song than comes back into
tent and smokes his Indian pipe
and goes to bed.
By Our Indain Camp Reporter
Prairie Chief, White Buffalo
Woman, Cora Prairie Chief with
their families came down from
Clinton to see Mrs. Frank Ham-
ilton since her return from hospi-
tal in Texas. Mrs. Frank Hamil-
ton is getting along all right, on-
ly she is very weak yet and is n< t
able to work yet.
Mary Short Woman and Little
Woman Yellow Bull came down
from Clinton to see Supt. \V. W.
Small on business. Mary Short
Woman came to see Mr. Small
Frank or Flynn Goose case
comes off at Cordell April 19th
for assaulting his wife Emma Red
Bird. Pale Faces who were pres-
ent at the time will push to con-
Ada Bear Bow is cooking for
her fathers family. Ada Bear
Bow learned good deal about cook-
ing at Segor School, whore she
was in school for several years.
She uses coal oil stove in her cook-
ing. Mrs. Bear Bow does all the
bead work for Reese Kincaide.
Mrs. George Bent will do lots
of bead work for Reese Kincaide
now, her daughter Mary will do
the cooking and Mrs. Bent all the
Most of you know of,the fine
Black Registered Jack and Black
Percheron Horse that is kept at
my plack 5J miles east and 2
north of Colony, and all know
the way to keep a good thing
handy is to patronize. So all I
have to say is that the regular
hours will be; 7 to 8 a. in. and 4
to 6 p. m. Please observe same.
O. E. Smith.
COME TO THE
COLONY BARBER SHOP
I. N. CADENHEAD,
Suit Cleaned and Pressed.
We Order Suits to Your Measure.
All work Guaranteed.
ONE DOSE STOPS CROUP
Dr. Drake’s Glesco Cough
SYRUP is guaranteed or money
back after using the whole bottle.
We have a great many customers
who tell us it is the best cough
medicine they have ever used.
COLONY DRUG STORE
We print Sale Bills, and Horse
Bills, in fact, any kind of job
Talk it ’limit good eatin',
Heap sure proper dope,
Plant it half the garden,
An’ should you think about um,
Heap sure fancy feed,
Watermelon! um, yum yum,
Jim McClintic seed.
Raise um juicy roast’ nears,
• Onions no tall st rong,
Carrots beets an’ cabbage,
An’ beans with pod yard long.
Will me ketch it prize?
.Sure thing, yes, indeed,
Raise it pumpkin big like tub,
Jim McClintic seed.
Goin’ to farm it right.
That’s just what we air.
Ketch him heap big prize
At Oklahoma fair.
Whoevei heats me, heap sure,
Haf to have some speed,
Going to plant ’em right away,
Jim McClintic seed.
Is a Maltese
Jack, 7yr. old,
about 14 hands, He is a Favorite with
Farmers Because his Colts are all Good
He will make the Season of 1915, 4 miles East and 1
South of Colony.
I an now permanently located in
Colony and am prepared to repair
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
S. N. FLEENOR.
Post Office Lobby, Colony, Okla.
Your feed on Friday, Saturday
And Monday of each week.
Clioping Corn, 10c per hundred.
Grinding Meal, 40c per 100 lbs.
W. A. HARMON
Wauchopt and Co.
Mak« your Cow, Youi Bills. Rung U» All
Your Crum All 1 h« Time.
terms, $o.0o to insure colt to stand and suck, Mare and colt stand
good for season, .Should mare bo tiaded or sold fee becomes due at once
Caro will be taken to prevent accident but not responsible for any.
T. A. SPLAWN 0
BIG SURPRISE TO MANY
IN THIS TOWN
Local people are surprised at the
QUICK results received from ulmple
buckthorn bark, glycerine, ele„ lt»
mixed in "Adler-l-ka, the Ueimaa real-
fcuy which became famous by curing
appendicitis. This simple remedy
draws otf such a suprlsing amount cf
oil/,0."! “!iIner from 0>e body that A
SINGLE DOSE relieves sour stomach,
H,oniach and constipation
1NS1ANTLY. It in tlm best remedy
wo have over sold.
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