Colony Courier (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 15, 1915 Page: 4 of 8
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THE COLONY COURIER
THF. COLONY COURIER
ISSUED EVER V
THURSDAY COLONY, OCLAIIOMA
Kntt'1 I'll Iks sm-niid dans matter S-pt t ill her I I HUH al the pod
Colony. Oklaimnia untti r the Ai t nf ^lateh IK7b.
Edward \V. Davison,
Owner and Pubiiher.
A Live Home Paper, For Every One In the Home, $1. A Year.
ADVf BTISIINO RATt S luspln.v mlverUiemeiits If. cent, mi jncli. one coliiinn
«ide. Local, and Want advi<rtlnenients five cents n line first Insertion anil tnrco
ounls a line lor Cit.-u suhsciutnil msertlnn. Special rates nn application for six months
and yearly contracts. A reasonale Chinan made for Obituaries, llesolntlnns at Hn
ato, Duran «»f Thanks, * n-
ARP. 15. 1915
Farmers, plant fund crops nmi
get the benefit of Inf'll prices due
to tilt* war. The war in liable to
clone before yon harvest the crop.
Hut, whether it does or not,
there urn and will lie mill ions of
hungry mouths eager to consume
wliat you raise.
Mr. C. \V. Brooks living four
miler north of (\donv, is a good
roads cut husiust, ultho about
sixty years idd lie i-; taking out
tlie rocks or covering them on
the road tieur his place, litis will
fix one of tin* bad places on the
north road. Younger men please
follow Ills example.
The energetic push of our Inisi
ness men, and of the people in
general, is causing Colony to lie
widely known as n lively little
town. It, is because all as a‘rule,
are eager to mutually advance
each others interests. The mcr
'‘limits should aim, should be
willing to advance the farmer’;
interests when they can with luisi-
noss safety, and, in rut urn for
such favors, the farmers should
tiade at home. People from far
and near are tradin'-' at Colony
ami proving, to t heir profit, tic
good of tile mutual henelit plan
A LETTER FROM
Washington, I). (!.
April .‘5rd, lft|f» •
Air. K. \\\ Davison,
My Dear Mr. Davison:
I noted with pba-nr.* your
assuming eoiumand of the “helm
that guides (In, destiny'1 nf tin*
t nlmiy Courier, and I a mre you
that, you have my very lie: I w ish
es in Ibis undertaking. I hope
that your desire to make tl,t> p„p
es bigger and belli r each week In*
materialized, in that you lie a
warded a liberal amount of pat
ronage that a paper is entitled to
that The Washington Star clips
from, in this connection I will
sav 1 noticed some ot your writ-
ings in tin* Washington Star that
was piibli bed this morning.
If any thing should arise in
your new held, that Villi would
care to have ns Imd; alter up this
"av, will lie pleased in have vmi
‘‘t» I! on Ms. A I: ing that you ac-
cept m v best w l lie •. lain,
•I I.M Mi ('| i\ i n .
We are indeed pleased tn print
the above letter I'rnni our Oongre. -
man Mct'liutic, and assure him
that we appreciate the Inti ns
he lias taken in t he (Courier.
When you get mad you lose.
Tin* blood rushes from your
stomach to >our head. Your body
is weakened, \ our brain is p ick-
ed with blood ho it can't work
Keep Cool !
A horse that gets mad and runs
away hurts himself and his best
A dog I hut gets in.id is idiot.
I wo boxers evenly matched
enter tin* ring. One gets njml —
goes crazy. If the other one
keeps cool lie outwits the crazy
Anger makes ynur nose red —
and this should be enough to pre-
V(,nt any woman from getting
Also, when a woman is angry
she quarrels with her lover, her
husband or her child-- and any
one of these happenings is a cala-
mity for a woman.
When a man gets mud lie is a
wild man honk at, yourself, man.
^ our face ill t the smile face at
all. dour mouth is cruel. Your
ts are clinched. Your
t rein bles.
M by, you a re a beast
you are mad.
11 goes (hi w. ay : A nger
stomach- dizzy head -poor
i Whereas, a -Tate of deep
distre s uml misery now'exist in
war- ravaged Belgium to the ex-
tent D at million of women
children are starving and
Whereas, because of
neutral attitude of America
wards all warring nations,
great task of staying the hand of
famine and suffering devolves up-
on the people of this country,
W hereas, although we have
given generously to these desti-
tute people of Belgium, there yet
exists n most alarming shortage
of food, and
Whereas, our sacred duly
to humanity demands that every
assistance posihle he given to
those in such distress,
Now, the reus, 1, H. L.
Williams, IJovernor of Oklahoma,
respect fully Urge you, the people
of this Great State, to co-operate
with the.Oklahoma Commission
for Belief in Belgium in its effort
to aid tin* unfortunate, and ask
that you give liberally, so that
llirmigh our generosity, along
with help ot our sister slates, the
dreadful situation may in* reliev
d and the suffering of these
troubled people removed.
fn Witness whereof, 1
have here unto set my hand and
caused tube affixed the Great
Seal of the State of Oklahoma, at
Oklahoma Oity, this the 9th day
of April, A. D., :9jr>.
(signed) B. I, Williams.
The Governor of the State
' J. L Lyon.
Secretary of State.
The Binding Twine situa-
tion is such that you should
not fail to give us an order
for what you expect to need,
when; We take your order subject
to crop conditions at harvest
and you will not be disa-
1 eepe 1 opics.
By Our Indain Camp Reporter
Mainlie Sioux wife of Paul
Beaver of Red Muon, while visit-
ing her sister, Peat,her Woman at
Seger School had stroke of apop-
lexy during the night and paraly-
zed one side and lost her speak
Roman Nose Big Eagle's child
was badl.v scalded with hot water
mi L)et»r Creek.
Miss Jane Gray, Field Matron'
of Seger School went to Arapaho
to attend Indian divorces cases at
Arapaho, several these Indian
divorce cases will come olf,
Wolf Belly Woman has bought
| five cows from white man on Deer
! Greek. Wolf Belly Woman is
(going into cattle business these
j cattle were bought for her hy
Superintendent Small of Seger
Irwin Drunkard is night watch
at Seger Indian School. He will
he night watch until the school
closes for summer vacation.
Big Kagle, Roman Nose Big
Fugle and Wade Black Owl with
their families have moved t<> Big
Eagle allot ment on Deer Greek
to farm on Big Eagle furm on
shares of the crop, most of Big
Eagle land is in cultivation and is
in good shape for farming.
Wolf Belly Woman wife of John
Most of you know of the fine
Black Registered Jack and Black
Pereheron Horse that is kept at
my plack o& miles east and *2
north of Colony, and all know
the way to keep a good thing
handy is to patronize. So all 1
have to say is that the regular
hours will be; 7 to S a. m. and -1
to (5 p. in. Please observe same.
O. E. Smith.
Woman Night widow of Herbert'
Little Bird is very sick with pueu-
Otterby brought lot of her beadI U‘ Litt’e ^ ^ °n
work’to Reese Kincaide. Wnl) | ^ek north west of Colony.
Belly Woman and Mrs George On 7th of April baby girl wus
Bent do more bead work than born to Elmer Wolf Tongue and
any other Indian woman in conn- j Happy Woman Powder Face both
try. | Cheyennes.
COME TO THE
COLONY BARBER SHOP
> I. N. CA DEN HEAD,
It, is reported that M'ulkingj Muit < 'leaned and Pressed.
We Order Suits to Your Measure.
All work Guaranteed.
ment--lust friend - d, spair- sick- j pointed on the last day.
nes and in time death. Colony Mercantile Co.
“WHEAT YEAR ”
B.v John duller l':t, Colony, Ok la.
1 love to live with Nature,
And learn her wn.vs so wise,
llow she a ITU lie- I i 11 e
A ml paints t he in--el sk in.
< >r. eurl.v in the morning.
The sound I love to hear,
Gt little song birds singing sweet,
\\ heat year, wli *at year, wheat year.'
Give mV the days « f June-time,
A brooklet full of bass,
A ell'ance to study Nature,
A lid wallow in tie grass.
\\ Idle engaged in chasing worry,
It helps so much to hear,
The optimistic prophesy,
Wheat year, wheat year, wheat year.’
Prospects all look cheerless,
Clouds shut out t lie blue,
I" IDm it makes in> ilitt'rence,
He - till sings on, do you?
And when 1 listen to him,
It til Is m y soul w itli cheer,
Because he alwu.Y. prophesied,
\\ heal year, wheat year, wheal } ear. ’
11 make: a per.-on t bought I n I,
llow (iod ha; ordered things,
Man yield:' to me la in holy .
\\ hih* J In* little l>inllet sing-i
And trusts in God, the giver -
•ueh faith, how u.*et to hear.
I h" opt i mistir prophesy,
' \\ heat year, wheat year, wheat year.”
Is a Thorough-
Bred Steel Dust
Horse, Bay, coming 4 years old, and
weighs 1200 pounds. He will make
the season of 1915, 3 miles North and
3 East of Colony. Saturdays in Colony.
Terms, $s;00 to insure colt to si a ml and sin k, Mare and colt stand
goo.I for season. Should mare In* tu ded or sold f.-v becomes duo at mice
Care will l>e taken lo prevent acciib ill lull not responsible J'or unv.
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, ainl Horse
Hills, in fact, any kind of job
I an now permanently I edited in
Colony and am prepared to repair
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
S. N. FLEENOR
Post Office Lobby, Colony, Ok la.
Your feed on Friday, Saturday
And Monday of each week,
('hoping (torn, 10c per hundred.
Grinding Meal, -IDc per 100 lbs.
W. A. HARMON
r VERY DAY
Wauchopt and Co.
Mate your few. Pay Yoiif8.ll, Song Ui All
'lour Cream All 1 he Time.
tain i~ a Goal Black Stallion
o vest's old w eight ltJOO III . ip-
will make the Soiisou of 101 at
tn.v farm It miles south of Korn,
li miles west, and *2j south of Ool-
my. and B miles east and 1 north
>f Gland Ohief.
Tcrme: *8.00 To insure Colt to stand and suck. Mare and colt stand
i o°d for season. < 'are will be taken to prevent accidents but not re.
sponsible for any. li mate is disposed of too is due at nnw.
£ rank INSckeS, Owner,
BIG SURPRISE TO MANY *
IN THIS TOWri
Local people are mirprise I al; tin
QUICK results received fioi.i rdmd >
buckthorn bark, glycerine, h,- .
mixed in Adi,*i Mm, the t! -n,...,
cdy which became fnmon.i I , cuv: v
appemliciiin. Tid.i 'ample '
(Laws oft ruicli a lupri-ang aaio.mi
old toiil matter irom the bod , , p g \
(SINGLE DOS 1-3 relieve.! sour stormr:*,
IWfl>r!xm ,?*omacU «»<J conf.tipatii i
1NS1ANILY. It la tho best iw, ■' ,■
we have ever sold,
COLONY DRUG CO.
DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS
.—-— Oswald .V2ZZ
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