Colony Courier (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 15, 1915 Page: 8 of 8
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The kind of Implements a F armer uses
Determines the kind of crops he raises
if he uses poor Implements, his crops
are poor, The Best crops are raised by
Farmers who use The
De Laval Cream
Are now being used in nl-
mnost every Large Creamery
[in the United States.
►These men have spent large
[sums of money in testing the
► different machines, and all
[concede the Supremacy of
The De Laval.
[We carry all standard sizes.
We Have a Very Large
Assortment of High Grade
Harness, both kinds. Work
harness and Buggy harness.
Also Collars and Strap
Goods. Prices right.
Call and See Them.
We know that Fur- ^
niiure does not make +
The Home. But give J
any woman Pretty ^
Furniture and She is ♦
Sure to be happy. A |
Happpy Woman will
make a Happy Home.
Bring Your Wife
in and Let Her Look J
Over Our Stock.
Prices Right. ♦
1 he Farmers Supply Co.j
tit The Firm That Appreciates Your Business. 4
DR. E. E. DARNELL
Physician and Surgeon
Call* answered promptly rlsy or nigli
Glasses Accurately Fitted
Tho Want Ad hi inf/ tin prolmbh*
buyer t«» . * your properly.
Does all ki11• Im nf Dental Work.
Owen F. Renegar
Special attention given to
Cordell and Colony
Our 1 .itie Of
Is Wry Cmupiet«*. Wh Tan Supply
All \ Dill \ H0(| >.
Colony Mercantile Company.
The following Second hand im-
1 Riding Lister,
I Disk Harrow,
I Drag Harrow (Two sections.)
1 Wtilking (InItivuton, with ti
and 8 shovel rigs.
I Sled Disk Cultivator.
I Set Double Harness.
I .(-inch M itehel Wagon. •
Will ell any or a 11 of t lie
on fa 11 time. K. K tno
KOK Sale,— 11onio gTnxyu Span
ish peanuts ai f> cents a pound.
I'. Kiuy Uoloii.t Okla
When in Colony try a dish
our line Chilli-eon-earne.
Colony Drug. Co.
I clean out old wells
and drill new wells
AI J. VVOHK GUARANTCri)
Phone No. 1 1!)- Colony, Okla.
Trade u egg:: for poultry* pow
der, taken on the installment
plan 25 lie. fur !f, I ,'.‘i.
Co lolly Drug (,'o.
I'Dlv SAl.E-W liite Oipliington
I'lgg' lor Hatching, .f 1.00 for 15
eggs. Mrs. E. King.
FOR HALE—Good, ('oniingyear-
ling Mule Or will trade Merchan-
dise for u mate. Colony Mere. Co
Let Us Print
Your Sale Bills.
Baby Chic Food.
Ibis food is especially for
Ha by ( 'hickens, prevents Row el
trouble, keep chickens healthy
atol gives them a good start.
Large sack 50cts.
Colony Drug Co.
WELCOME NEWS FOR
Toople In this town will bn glad to
In a*1 that the mixture of atm pin Imclt-
ttiorn bark, glycerine, etc, known as
Ailler-l-ku, can be obtained at our
st ui>. 'I'li 1b simple remedy became
fnniotiH by euilng aptieinllcitln amt It
lias been found that JUST A 81NC1LM
DOSB relieves aour ntotnach. gun on
tho stomach and constipation IN-
STANT!.V because it drains off such
a surprising amount of old foul mat-
t >r from tho body.
Colony Drug Co.
Fry one of our line hot drink
I bex ure very refreshing,
i 'limy Drug (\>.
WHY NOT NOW?
S u fc> <>> c: r i b el
Yliss Billie Butke
Your r n v ..rile
Art ri'xs,says, "It's
I tie best I have
ever used — so
soft and won •
whl« h I t prepared
In four color*
\ml Tit ii NIrpn.
25c & 50c
fiend 2c staini)
for -ampin, Pc-
THE COURIER. 'TheD.iFourCo.Wn.h.D.C.
'Well I suppose everybody is
well pleased with the last few
days of sunshine and rain and the
prospect for another wheat crop
in Okla. wheat is up to 100 per
cent in growth and 128 in acreage
eats 87, growth and 110 acreage,
this looks like diversifying crops
in this part,
Corn planting is in full blast
the lug rain lust week delayed the
. planting some, but every one was
j glad to s:ee the rain.
I l'rof. Cobb is conducting a very
enteresting ( lass in vocal music
at Buck Creek, every night ex-
Dr. Darnel! was called to see D
U. Curtis last Sunday, Mr. Curtis
had taken ill verr suddenly with
heart trouble, he is considered
some better now. Dr. was also
called to L. II. Harmons and Will
Bennett's where there is sickness
in euch family.
Geo. Cilgcr, with Colony Mer-
cantile Co. wu: in this neck last
week taking orders for Binders
and binder twine. Geo. is a hum-
mer and will deliver the goods
if he has to go to Yuoatan after
Well what about Oklahoma as
a lighting state, we can boast of
the home of the champion of the
world, black or write, as a politi-
cal state we come up to 100 per
ceut, did you notice how the old
time grafter is falling out of office
since statehood in Oklahoma?
Washita county has been very
fortunate in the way of appoint-
ments for state officers, we are
glad to note such men as; Judge
Brett, Doc. Hutchinson, Gee
Kendrick, and Col. Blanton and
many others, who are making
good. Old Washita can furnish
many others who would come up
the Standard anywhere.
Mr. and Mrs. John Whitworth
spent Sunday evening at the John
John Estes was working the road
in this community last week. He
expects to grade some of the main
roads as soon a3 corn planting is
A letter from D. N. Young la-t
week says, they have had a case
of typhoid fever in his family in
South Texas, where it's said by
(land grafters) the health is so
good that they were thinking of
asking Gen. Villa for a few dead
soldiers to start graveyards with.
R. G. Noland,.I. S. Buttles and
V. S. Graham was among those
who attended the Fox Sale east
of ( olony last week.
Why should we not feel pmud
of out Newsy little Colony Cour
it'r when letters from our Congress
man compliment the paper, and
when papers like the Oklahonun
and tlie Washington Star clips it
for thi> benefit of their renders.
Will Melton helped Sam Killer
break a fine young mule last wed:
tlie got it ;•( ntle enough to dlive
All danger of cold snaps is over
and garden seed can can be plant-
ed, For the ground hog is out and
Stewart Humbargar and T. J.
Kendrick just got a clean shave
and up to-date haircut at the
Colony Barber simp.
Karl Leedy and wife of Colony
have moved into our settlement
they will !i\e on Mr. J. Ii. Sim
N. Shields sowed alfalfa lust
week, he is making good laruiMig
pay for farm improvements, and
lie does not raise cotton either.
Mrs. W. 1 Tranl called on Mrs.
John Eh tea last Saturday as she
returned from Colony where she
had been trading and deliverii g
Town and Country
Mr. and Mrs. Bourcliardt spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Itoach.
Born Friday night to Mr. and
Mrs. E. O. Brogan a six pound
daughter. Here’s luck to all.
The Prairie Home phone line
made some much needed repairs
the lutter part of last week, such
as setting a number of new poles,
putting in insulators, stretching
Lost--A pair of gold spectacles
between Frairie Home School
house and Jim Chitwood’s. Flease
leave at Courier office.
Several beautiful rains have
put the soil in excellent condition
and have given the farmers and
others a broad smile.
FOR SALE---1 have 000 or 7o0
bales of good clean Prairie Hay at,
8(1 00 per Ton. 3 miles west and
2J south of Colony.
A very pleasant birthday stir
prise party was given Thursday
evening at the In.me of Mr. and
Mrs. Homer Cole in honor of the
birthday of Mr. Cole. All who
attended report a very enjoyable
There will lie preaching services
at Prairie Home Saturday night,
Sunday morning and evening.
Mr. Robert Jones and family
and Steve Jones of Lookeba,
drove over to Colony in a new
Ford Sunday, and spent the day
with Capt. Joseph Jones and
Mr. and Mrs. Asmus Hanson
j arc rejoicing over the arrival of a
| new daughter.
i Mr. Stewart Humbargar spenl
i Thursday uhd Friday in
l homa City.
40 Per Cent Lint
$ Miller’s Acme is NOT the so-called!
^ “Half and Half” Cotton. It has a^
$ very high grade of lint, and gets the
z Highest Market Price.
V Miller’s Acme Cotton, is the best cotton to plant (J)
$ because it is easy to pick, is a storm proof cotton', ffs
^ a very large boll and produces over 40 per cent of
^ LINT Miller’s Acme is reccomended by Cotton^
^ Buyers and Ginners. For circulars write,
J. H. RILEY,
A D R 1 A INC E
The Moline Plow Co. purchased The Adrlance. Ffir;-
tory about two years ago. Since that time, thousands of our
dealer.-: throughout this country have been selling Adrlance
Machine ■, and together with the thousands of farmers who are using
thorn, are all ugreed that The Adrlance Binder is bettor
built, better proportioned, lighter draft, a more positive tyor uiid
it requires less care mi the part of the operator than any other
machine in tiie held.
The Farmers Supply Company,
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