Colony Courier (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 18, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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Claude King Writes Insurance for the
# VOL. 1. NUMBER 49.
$1.00 FEk year.
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Springtieid, Phenix and Aetna -(forkratf‘i
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COLONY, WASHITA CO, OKLA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 18,1910.
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A Matter of Pride
HI IR infcA* *??“ ^U'dJ-ake Efrjde in his ***£“»«• *nd !« Vi^V of hi« nteivhancKae This i«
pUR IDEA, ad least, and we take great pride in being able to TRUTHFULLY say that, in our
judgement, %ge are selling the BEST Hats and Shoes and Drygoods and Groceries, this contry
affords. If we knew of any more Stylish, Loqg-wearing cr HONESTLY m,de Ijne of hats and
shoss, M?e would certainly buy them for you. * ■ ' '' * ? ‘ “
An Eligant Line
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED an eiigant and tipiely assortment of Pryguofh, such as $il«w, Mohair*
MusJins, Prints, Chambras, Ginghams, Ousinos, Elannels, Tickings, QH cloth, Drew ane work shirts, Pants,
Overall, Rompers, Men’s, Women’s, and childrens hose, Unjeroear, ComfprU, Gloves, Scarfes, Tc*el
Partprs, Handkerchiefs, Ribbons, &c., ami WE INVITE YOU to come a if cl see them.
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; Come In end Inspect these Shoes ^nd ^ou will thpn knc,w that -
‘^iar Brand Sho^ Are fetterM
WAUCHOPE & PAULSEN
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BIG SUCCES: ct**° ”,iJ *“* Gr?ek-
I Several of the farmers of this
locality \ye;-e hauling telephone
! posts from Weatherford lust
Tho 'Jpe Cream Social I\t Mr.
Give Social and
Entertainment Iast Uu'u^y nisht was
F-nicriain^em. (inp tJVe,;yhndy ht^d tt g()od tjme<
__ | Prof. Haines ami Co$ are now
J teaching gn eighteen day Nor-
The people of Colony and the ■ mal at Caddo,
!-fc,imdmK country woro ,ar.j. K„y N V*ndyh» and
sed, agreeably so, by the roy- „ , .. ... ' . . • , ,,
, entertainment tendered by ‘ Bur‘ ler 1,avQ ->°in£uI the
|p ladies of the Rebecca Lodge a f baud at t m]ouy.
tv evenings ago in their spa-, 14r . (Milams folj^s of Powden
us lodge rooms. The rooms j were visiting at the l^mpe of R.
h, P'-OHIJ aecoreteJ j|iu,,,i„t 5t„„dajf, '
7 American flag, and the lodge |
ova which were pink and Fbe vain l;tst ihursday and
sen; the tables were so nr-' b'riday night was a welcome vis-
nged as to form the letter“R”,: itor to all foy every one is now
|e emblem of the Rebeccas, j |)Ugy>
d looked very dainty with > ,,
ir snowy cloths ami a profu-1 10 * ^ j()M Edues and H.
a of red and white roses. The
Vtic drill comnyenced' at ex-
ly ten-tl irty, participated in
all the ladies of the Lodge,
io were very elegantly gowned
their “Lodge Robes” and t he
rfect performance of the dif-
ult ill-ill was in itself evidence
the time ami labor that had
-n expended on it by the ln-
s of the Lodge, ami created
i*at applause from a large mini-
r of spectators. One feature
u> drill which was especially
reciuted was tliut where tin
ies of the drill knelt hem-nth
American flag, while the
hts in the room were turned |i,, ot
' and tin* band softly played j
carer M.v God To Thee”,
er.v number on the progrnmc
uded talented actors and was
'.V highly upprcciutod, We
h to moke special mention of
selections rendered b.v the
hmy Rand and the masterly
.V in which they perl'oimeil
C, Co.^ are again seen |n this lo-
Quite a number' from this vi-
cinity were at the cluipel last
Mr, John Riller Jr, is working
for J. J), Norton,
Maggie Mackey visited Mrs.
J, T. Roylanco near Kt, Cobb
Kakly Baseball Team played
Cowdcn Saturday at Cowden.
Kakly won, the score being 10
i‘ir nurt, and through out all
‘ entire programe held the mi-
nce in breathless attention,
th their low dreamy waltzes
lively niarehes and two steps.
L-freshiueiits were served at
_ niid night hour, consisting
I’l'tjftn and cuke, after which
ujonrned, thanking the La-
s ol the Rebecca Lodge for
v,“'-y pleasant evening and
>ing for a repltition of the
tod in cniielit-'ion bow lug low
lu-klowledging;, r to the high*
iii'tistie and regal way they,
Mr. and Mrs. (). A. Keoppel
visited the latter's brother near
Fanny Walker and Rube An-
derson of Carnegie were Kakly
Mrs. M.S. Putnam has been
on the sick list the past week.
Maud Williams cousin J who
litis been visiting her for the
past month was called to his
liinne in Texas hy the death of
Mr. (Ion. Koch is enjoying a
visit from his brother.
Jennie Dill mid Vada Hadley
of Weatherford have been visit-
ing at the Shelton home the
S, Me Kirov \'as a business
i visitor In Carnegie Monday.
Mi. Jesa and Carl Street have
been bailing hay for J. H. Riley
tlijs \ypek. They fail tljp light-
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Well us t|me pass^e^ by it
brings us mtpiy daily obliga-
tions, though many of us fail to
stop ami tliink what §hoq!d be
It is looking more like rain at
this writing pyen if jt dry
people are beginning to turn
their stubble, some people say
that it will be almost as well to
break iiow as to \yait for a rain"
There was Lprn to Mr> ull(^
Mrs. Jess Street a hue gifl Sun-
day the 24. Both the mother
and babe are do jug well.
Our Sunday School picnic
which was held near Rock Cross-
ing on the 27th was attended by
the entire Sunduy School ex-
cepting Mrs. Jet Johnson our
Superintendent. Her absence
was caused by Mr. Johnson's
being sjck with typhoid fever.
We wish him a speedy recovery.
Mr. John Pendergrass and
wife visited J. H. Riley Sunday.
Kmmet Robjaon who lias been
a worker in our literary and
Sunday School left Thursday for
Oklahoma City where he may
preside for a time, We wish
Emmet much success,
A nice dance was hold at Tom
Burchfield's Wednesday night.
They danced until about 2 o’clock
all reported an Elephant time.
J. E, Riley ami family who
have been in New Mexico for a
period of fourteen months re-
turned to Okla. Monday. They
report three dandy ruins just
before they left ami every tiling
The young people enjoyed
themselves at a singing at J. W.
Craves Sunday night.
The Eureka hoys were defeat*
'•'I in the hull gumc at Cowden
Saturday. The score was 1) to J*J
in favor of Cowden, Several of
the County Candidates were
there and uddresuod the people.
WaucKopc & Paulsen s
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We are at your service
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Buys the Best
Have a Look
at our line of “Buffalo Calff Shoes
man who works
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Seger, Neatha H. Colony Courier (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 18, 1910, newspaper, August 18, 1910; Colony, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc942459/m1/1/: accessed September 26, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.