Colony Courier (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 19, 1914 Page: 4 of 8
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COLONY. OKLA- COURIER
THE COLONY COURIER
ISSUED EVERY THURSAY COLONY, OKLAHOMA
Cynical Man Wrote Thia. j
li is a mistake to laiagiu*- that all
women are fond of retailing ns-aslp
Most of th.-m would rather wholesale
A Live Home Paper, For Every One In tke Home, $1. A Year.
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THE NEW DANCES
Entered as geeond-elaas matter entember l 19« at the post office
Colony. klatioma. under ttie Act of March 3. l»7b.
J. MATTOON SEGER, NEATHA H. SEGER,
Owner and PublUhor. Editor and Mana«ar.
If we are going to stand lot
our women folkr wearing slit
and shadow skirts, and and our
ADVERTISING rates in.piar advertisement* i# ctjit.tn '"'f: ! younger ladies learning to dance
wide I.<.<•»!• and Want odvertl.ement* five cent* a line flr«t Insertion and mree , - ......
a Une for each aub.enu.nt insertion, speetal rate, on application for .U inontha | the Loll weevel Wiggle, Iexas
aud yearly contract*. A r..a«male charge maa. for OW.u.rio, hemiunou. cl R*|Ton|my tiDg0i the hliniiy llUg.
avc. card* of Thank*, etc. the bear daQce, the half canter.
MAR. 19, 1914
Every body working together in
a town is what makes it grow.
Judge J. B. A. Robertson of
Chandler seems to he the one
best chance for the Democrats to
get a new deal in a state admin-
istration. We believe he is the
one candidate for governor who
cou'd hold all the independant
voters Of his party together.
For uominittiou at the Democratic
Primary August, 4.
the buzzard flop, and so on down
the line, the men folks might
just as well keep on smoking,
drinking, chewing, snoozing
swearing and doing every thing
else that's bad, and then the
whole push can go to hell togeth-
er,” says the level headed editor
of the Pineville, Georgia, Herald.
That is a rather rocky joke the
Heacon and the Herald Sentinel
are try itig to get off on each other.
M. B. DAVIDSON
If the east side of the county
expects to get a share in the <li
vision of the salary fund some
good men better get out and go
after office. Residents of Cordell
K'ickv, and Sentinel are on tin*
COUNTY COMMISSIONER, l.t Di.t.
CONDITION OF 1111:
Colony State Bunk
FARMER,S SUPPLY CO.
Pncne ix-25 ■
hud<|iuritri tor HARDWARE, FUR-
NITURE, HARNtbS 6 SADDLES
t AKM WACONS implements
DR. J. N
Physician and Surgeon
CHRONIC DE5EASES A SPECIALTY
Colony Oklahoma |
DR. E. E. DARNELL
Physician and Surgeon
Call* aiuw.rej prcinplly day or night
Clauet Accurately Fitted
of COLONY. In ihe State of OKlab-un* nt
he clo.B of iiuili.. sa Mar. *, l‘i| i
Honor McKinley’s Memory.
Wllliiirn McKink y, cur twenty-fifth
preti.I. ni,. was torn J:.n-ary TJ, 1843.
1 v. nr v. as 'iie carnation,
and it la n very generally worn on
Loans ami Discount*........ . f.'>U2|>.iiti
Overdraft*, secured anil unsecured 8W.67
Stocks, Bond*. Warrants, eie.,
Furniture and Fixtures .........
Due from Hunks..................
Checks mid other cash Items
CASH IN BANK............
Office next door to Drug Store
Does all kinds of Dental Work.
s by iuea than
The voters don’t want to pro
inise their votes too early in the
game A better man for llie
office might, g-t into the running.
It is better to keep free with our
votes till we go into the booth to
Young LADlKS and young
GENTLEMEN will not.and otoers
Ml’ST not act rudely and disord
erly at the Colony I.iterarv. We
are sure no young LADY or
young GENTLEMAN will take
any offence at this notice or lie in
any danger of suffering the con-
sequence of future misconduct ut
public gatherings in Colony.
The good roads day is getting to
be popular in many towiiH and
there is talk of having a good
roads day for Colony a little later.
Mr„ Humhargar we understand is
planning to manage the nllai^.
We hope to see every one enter
into the spirit of the oceussion
The under do* utiu.lly gets $.T0.-
000 000 worth cf sj..1 y and two
cents’ worth ol uaoia.unec.
Capital hfockPaid In........ |10,WX).<X)
Surpulus Fund .............. i.iyuuxj
Undivided profits, less Kxpenses and
axes Raid........................... ■!;». to
Due to Bunks..........................
Dividends unpaid_____________________ '
I ml I v kill’! deposit* subject to check 2U.782.<W
Time certificates of deposit.....1,571011)
cashier's cheek* Outstanding........ 168.81
( ertlfled Checks
Notes and Bills Rcdiscotnti ll ____
Poor Brand of Happiness.
Some people find it hard to bo truly
happy unleus they are making others
Photographer — “Look pleasant,
please." Victim—"! guess you’ll havo
to move that ’Terms Cash’ aigu.”
Popular Song Suggestions.
"The weeping willow had been only
eating on hum, after all £
A GOOD SPORT
The good sport is the man who
not only grins and hears defeat,
hut also endures a triumph with
out too much grinning. He is
tho fellow who is always consid-
erate of I he other fellow’s feelings
and is always ready and willing
to lend a helping hand to a less
fortunate brother. He is the
fellow who wonbl scorn to take
advantage of nip (lianee unfairly
presented to him. He is frank
find above board in nil things,
mid does not try to shift the blame
where it does not belong. When
at work ho puts Ids best into his
work and when at play ho always
pla.vs fairly. He cun always be
depended upon to do what is set
before bim to the host of his
ability. In other words, a good
spurt is tin* kind of follow every
.voting man should like to he, and
is surely a goal worth striving
Women are More
FrugcJ Than Men
by CLARA CAHILL PARK
WITH SYRUP ON EM
When you wake on wintei morns
A feeling kind of rummy,
It’s natural that you want some
To warm your little tummv.
Your room is cold, you’re shiver*
^ on Hay, For Heaven a lie-,
Plea e hurry with Unit coffee and
A batch ol hui'kiiheat cakes.”
tiaras, which lead us to believe that we are in the saving class. Some
even economise when it comes to giving anything away. Some people
would love to do it, hut can’t afford it; it is one of the few things that
they have to do without.
It has undoubtedly become the fash ion to he economical. Because
women are always the leaders in following fashion's changes, it may truly
he said that they are leading here. Eor my part, 1 will admit that l may
have my faults, hut never that 1 am extravagant. That is asking alto-
gether too much of me. One might ns well be asked to admit that one
It used to seem .fairly indecent not to ha*e rathei mote mont> than
was needed atiout one, and to speak of any economic strain cast a blight
upon the conversation.
I hate to seem prejudiced, hut really l would much rather hear h
man talk about economy than see his expression as the warmed-over roast
comes on the luble! Ideals are everything with a true men, hut practic-
ing economy is apt In seem a little crude, to jar him in his sensitive nature
Besides, Ihe ioa<il is generally in disguise, and dtu-o!m:i i* i-hlim rsat
"Bargain basements' were uol malic for men, who generally prefer
that a thing should cost Something before they pnz.e it, but for the count-
less women that ouo sees every working day in the week diving boldly
downward in search of hidden tins sure. There is a sort of annex for
meu ul .'Omc of these places; mostly, 1 am convinced, so that women can
here buy present a for their male friends and relatives, for you seldom
mv a man there unless lie is paid to slav.
Every now and then one reads a story of the rise iu life of some
i limn politician or successful man, where the wife is unable to follow,
bivause of her long apprenticeship to sordid care; where, iu fuel, she Iihs
helped to make him the successful man In* is at the sacrilicc of sll her
T here are almost as many, perhaps more, stories of men driven to
crime lor (he sake of some willful woman's foolish desires, hut I believe
both ol then* cJaNt-es <*ie exceptional \A lio writes about the normal tittle
woman, who loves pretty things, but goes without when necessary, makiug
much out of little and optimistic lo the last?
I his "postgraduate course" iu spending the monei which some one
else .nriu.< is ioirietiines a painful process, hut I behove it is responsible for
the fad (lint married wotneii, at least in middle life, are usually econom-
ical The woman w ho earns her own living may he economical from neces-
sity, hut she Inis the same air of freedom in spending lliat characterize**
a man as soon s* she is past the danger line.
This prui lictug of economy of our* is, after all, raiher a “slave-
morality " But just the same, throngli ii, like the Israelites passing
through then land of bondage, wc are learning how to take cure of oiir-
selves and of our goods and learning
to make the world give us a show for . /O' sa
-Colony Meat Market -
Fresh Beef. Bacon, and Lard.
O. G. Isaac Prop.
Wauchope and Paulspn
Star Brand Shoes. HatR. and
Total ................................ 114,600,81
HTATK OF OKLAHOM A
< 'aunty nr Washita,-
1. Hurry W. Kby.Cashier of the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above
statement 1* true to the best of my know-i
ledge and belief, so help me Oort.
Ida Chambers Notary Public
My Commission expires Sept. St*. 1017
K. L. Milner
P. K- 8ehuoL>
Mrs. C. G. Isaac.
Who honently believe* that
he or she i* extravagant ?
Not one, believe me. We all
have our little ways of sav-
ing string, of doing without
something, from early
strawberries to diamond
Condition of the
KORN STATE BANK
Korn, Oklahoma, Mur. 4, 1911
Loans and Discounts______$!8,590.49
Overdrafts, secured and
Stockn, Ronds, warrants, etc Fi02 to
Banking House........ 4oo.oo
Furniture anb Fixtures......62o.38
Due from Banks . 11.548.67
Cheeks and Other Cash items 182.73
Cash in Bank _____________ 8616
warrants deposited with
state Hanking Board
TOTAL.. . .............. 33,220. 8
Capital stock Paid In llo.ooo.oe
surplus Fhnd .............. 1000.oo
Undivided Proflits. Less Ex-
penses and Taxes Paid 523.33
Individual Deposits subject
to Check.. 19,937.75
Time Cert’s of Deposit 1.765.00
TOT A L ............ . 33,226.08
I. O. a Flaming, President of
the above name i hank, do solemn-
ly swear that the above tateinent
s true to ihe host of uiy knowl-
edge and belief, ho lielp me God.
G. R. Flaming, President
subscribed and sworn to before trie
this II day of March 1914.
E. 8. Milner, Notary Public
My Commission Expires
Jan. 27, 1917
H. A. Flaming
Save One Fifty
oui money . Vml Ih.ti i* nomcthing!
.IiiiIkc "It I* testified that you
kaockad him •i**iiiMdes* I* that true'.'"
Prl*nn*r "Well, your honor, he was
rather noncommittal after 1 struck
A CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT, Carrying a mesi
of Importance, will almost always bring Mtha answ«
YELLOW DENT SEED CORN,
$1.50 a bushel Farmer's Supply
FOR SALE 1 TEAM 3 YEAR
old mules. 3 miles west 1 south
of Colony. Harry Vonkersblick.
$2.00 worth of Cough Syrup for
$.50 You can make your own
Cough Syrup at home by using:
Pinex. Wo have a great many
customers who are using Pitiex
and speak well of it. This is one
of the best Cough syrups for
gen oral family use.
Colony Drug Store
STRAY,—BAY MARE MULE,
very old freshly sheared weight
about 1200 pounds, drifted into
my pasture. Owner can have
same by paying* pasture bill and
for this adv.
2 miles south and 4 mile west of
Colony, Route 2, Box 1.
SALE CHEAP: GOOD FARM
near Colony, can handle horses
or cattle in trade at cash prices.
See N H Seger, at Courier office
IT PAYS TO PLAN! GO*
investigate STRONG’S <>Kll
ROM A WHITE. The inereal
yeild on one acre will morml
pay for the seed on fifty acl
See sample at Courier office 0r|
my farm---0. L. Strong. OolJ
POCKET BOOK Lost n.
Saturday, March 7, either
Colony Mercantile t "iiiparJL,
store or out in front between
store and hitch posts—cunt*j|
some money and several den,
slips with my name qh-..(1b|w
please return to me or leave
Issac Fast in Colony. — P. B. agjEt
CARPETS AND RUGS WOVM
price reasonable, good
4$ miles S. E. of Colon \
Mrs. J. C.
Send 25e for a eopy oj The
Farmer's Rapid Figurer and Call'll,
lator; the handiest hook you ever
saw; money back if wanted.—E. C.
Foster, Assumption, III.
GOOD RUNNING GEAR To
farm wugon Priced to sell quick—
Farmer’s Supply Company
AUTO LIVERY, TO OORDe(|
Weathereord and other
Payne dc Seger, Coloi
GOOD GRASS PASTURE. 1
Plenty of fresh water, and «|
all the time, horses 70 cts.
50 cts. a month.
2 miles north 1 mile west*
Colony. Herman Goerttj
The market* quoted ere the the lete*t up to
time ol toinc to preu- end ere corrected eech J
week bjr the lereeit buyer*:
ICE CREAM FREEZf
You will need one soon, #e
Butter, per pound ....................... -16
Birizs. per doz. ............ ...........- .16
Hen*. ...... .... .101-2
Hens over t 1-2 lbs.......................10 1-2
Sprlnss uhder 2 lbs.......................-
Springs over 2 to 3 lbs._____________— .11
Roosters, per pound ..................... .06
Hen Turlceys 8 lbs * over ............ .12
Young Tom Turkeys, 12 lb <t ever .12
Old Tom Turkeys, 121b...... .12
Turkeys under listed weights are culls
Young Roosters___________________ 06
Geese........................... .. ...... on
Rutter Fat ................................
Hog price corrected by Walker Moore and
grain price* by Weatherford Mills.
Hogs............. .......... ............ 8 Oo
White Corn .......... .70
Kafir corn..... ....... 06
Oats ...... HI
Fetterlta ...........i................ .06
Millet ........... 06
FOR SALK: THE BEST SB
corn you can buy for this locn'l
“Strongs Oklahoma White”
ally bred up for 8 years See‘
pie at the Courier office p*;'"
82,00 a bushel
FOR SALE; A WONDJ
fully good white seed corn—Ol
homa Silver King—tnatiwO*
days; yielded from 50 to ?i)P
OKLAHOMA CITY MARKETS
Corrected by Swift and Co. Produeo
of Oklahoma City.
Hens per lh... .................... 12
Hroilers per lh...... . .... ..............
Springs over 2-lbs. each per lb. .12
Springs under 2 lb:?, each per lb.........
Turkey*, per lb. .. ........... ........ 16
Old roosters, per lb, ....... ........... .(V,
Eggs per enso.............. $n.W
Butter per lb............... .151-2
PUBLICITY In The Cltaifi»il Column* I, the
iiou a.la.? selling met hod—for a house or a
70 bn on Alfalsa ground Deli
ed 400 bu to mill at Weather!
by Sept 2, last season Te
and 90% germinated Sam|
at farm of L A Wikels or at
ny State Bank or at Colony
FOR SALE,- PRIME 8IL|
Mine seed corn and Mu bene
ton seed,- see R. II. Johnson,^
miles east of Colony.
RAISE POULTRY AND Pf
your living expencea; we can' j
you the right INOUBATcR,,
us right a wan’— Farmer’s
THE ADVERTISEMENTS IN THE COURIER
are EYE OPENERS, make you see where
can SAVE MONEY on the things you are gon
tc buy. Read the ads and get your eyes opei|.
If you want a good farm,
well improved, near Colony,
and on term* that are easy
and a price that is low, see
N. H. Seger at Courier office
or John Estes, 2 miles south
of Colony, This is a snap,
and you had better hurry.
MUST BE SOLD IN 60 DAYS
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