Carney Enterprise. (Carney, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 16, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 18, 1905 Page: 3 of 8
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Published every Saturday
By H. S. Herbert.
LOCAL NEWS NOTES.
For farm loans see Carney Statt
J. H. Rice went over to Ponca
City Tuesday on business.
Public school will reopen Monday,
the diptheria scare being over.
Melvin Wilson is teaching the
Spring Hill school, about seven
miles northwest of here.
Mrs. Dick Wilcox and children
went over to Chandler Monday to
visit with Mrs. Wilcox's parent*.
T- J. Templeton, of Little Rock,
Ark., was here a couple of days
looking at the country.
G. W. Yonts, the lightning flour
ruan of Oklahoma City, was here
G. W. Bateman and Miss Elliott
of Chandler, took dinner at Hctel
The town bo ard did not hold a
meeting on the 7th of this month,
the regular date for meeting.
Thursday November 30 is Thanks-
giving. Turkey, cranberries oys-
ters, and pumpkin pie will be in
t vidence in most homes.
Charley Rouschkolb is slowly re-
covering from an attack of malarial
fever. Harvey Hostetter is teach-
ing the Overlook school during Mr.
Jacob Amrine, will sell at his
place, one mile south and two miles
west of Carney on Friday December
8, a lot of good stock, farm imple-
ments and feed.
W. B. Teitzel went to Fallis Sun-
day \;hire h; will re.nain for some
time in charge of the drug store at
that place. He was accompanied
by Mr:. Teitzel.
On Saturday December 2nd. Mc-
Cown and Bro. will again offer at
auction, clothing, shoes, hats, etc.,
to the highest bidder. Remember
the date and don't fail to attend if
you want goods at your own price.
A. D. Wixon's fine young stallion
won the half mile trotting race at
ihe Chandler fair last Saturday.
This young horse bids fair to be one
of the fastest trotters in this part of
Jas. Redburn, living one mile
south and one and one-half miles
west of Tryon will hold a public
sale on Monday November 27. He
will offer for sale stock, farm imple-
ments feed, etc.
Quit grumbling, and go to work
to help better conditions. If you
want to make a better town of Car-
ney, put your shoulder to the wheel
and' push. Don't wait for some-
thing to turn up, but turn it up, and
don't forget that the town will be
just what you see fit to make it.
CAN YOU BEAT IT?
$1800 Per Annum, Sure.
Don't you know Uncle Sam hat
never been able to get all the sten-
ographers he needed? It is a fact,
just the same. We get requests
from Washington from two to three
times a year for our students to
stand the Civil Service examination,
and of those who have stood the
examination in shorthand or book-
keeping, all have received appoint-
ments at good salaries. By study-
ing the famous Byrne Simplified
Shorthand or Practical Bookkeep-
ing, you can, in from three to four
months time, prepare yourself for
this excellent salary. You run no
risk; just as surely as you com-
plete our course, you can pass the
examination ; and just as surely as
you pass the examination ; you will
get an appointment. There is also
a great demand for telegraph
operators and teachers of penman-
ship. Why work on a small salary
with little hope of promotion, when
with a little energy and a few weeks
study you can be receiving an ex-
cellent salary? What we are doing
for hundreds of others, we can do
If you have any reason whatever
to doubt our claims, or desire to
investigate the wonderful superiority
of the Byrne Systems, write for our
large illustrated catalogue, contain-
ing statements from hundreis of
former graduates holding excellent
positions; also statements from
many of our best business firms who
have been employing our students.
Read what bankers and governor?
have to say of the honest and bus-
iness like way in which our school
is conducted. We aiso teach by
mail. Address C ipital City Bus-
iness College, Dept. W, Guthrie,
M. E. Church Service.
Preaching Sunday night at 7 :30
p. m., subject, "The Popular
Church." All members are earn-
estly requested to attend.
There will be a business meeting
of the members of the church,at the
church, Saturday afternoon at 3 p.
m. Each member should attend
The first quarterly meeting will be
held Tuesday November 28, at 3 :30
p. m. Presiding Elder, Rev. Dr.
Riley, will preside. You are espec-
Notice of Hearing Petition for Let-
ters of Administration
Territory of Oklahoma, ) sfi
Lincoln County, j
In the probate court of said county.
Notice is hereby given that on the
13th day of November, A. D. 1905,
M. D. Gee filed in the probate court
of Lincoln county, Oklahoma Terri-
tory, a petition praying for letters of
administration to be issued to himself
upon the estate of Susan E. Gee, de-
ceased, late of the oounty of Lincoln,
and Territory of Oklahoma.
And pursuant to an order of Baid
probate court, Monday, the 11th
day of December, A. D, 1905, at
the hour of 11 o'clock a. m. of said
day, that being a day of the regular
November term, A. D. 1905 ot said
probate court, has been appointed
as the time for hearing said applica-
tion, when and where any person
interested may contest said petition
by filing a written opposition thereto
on the ground of incompetency of
the applicant, or may assert his own
rights to the administration and pray
that letters be issued to himself.
Witness my hand and official seal
this 13th day of Nov. A. D. 1905.
fsEAi-1 Fred A. Wagoner,
Church or Christ—Services at
the church 2nd and 4th Lords Days
at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.of each month.
J. W. Garner, Pastor,
First M. E. Church—Preachin
1st and 3rd Sundays in each month,
at 11 o'clock a. m. and at 7 :30 p. m.
Prayer meeting every Thursday at
7 :30 p. m. Epworth League every
Sunday at 6 :30 p. m.. The public
is cordially invited ; strangers espe-
cially invited. Pastor's study hours
at the parsonage 7 to 11 a. m.
C. W. Musgrove, D.D. Pastor.
Baptist Church—Preaching the
4th Sunday in each month, at 11 a.m.
and in the evening.
W. F. Farrar, Pastor.
Union Bible School meets every
Lords Day at 10 a. m., at the Chris-
tian church. Everyone cordially in-
vited to attend.
THOMAS & DEWEY
Real Estate Ag'ts.
CARNEY. - - * OKLA-
A Good List of Lincoln County
Farms Always on Hand.
The way to do is: make up
your mind to go tothe best sect-
ion and climate where land is good,
then write for rates; pack your
worldly goods and come here pre-
pared to stay, and call on Thomas &
Dewey and they will see that you
get the kind of place and location
you need and desire, and on such
terms that you can meet with your
means; success and happiness will
As a field for speculation or invest-
ment in real estate, we know of i.o
better town than Carney. Property
values are comparatively low here.
Cures Co! "" -i Pneumonia
W. T. Crouch, a prominent stock
buyer of near Chandler, started to
drive 150 head of cattb to Carney
for shipment last Monday. After
leaving Chandler he was overhauled
and his cattle were quarantined. Mr
Crouch's reason tor drivin the fif-
teen miles to this place was to ship
them on the Katy to Kansas City.
He says the Frisco would charg him
$150.00 more to haul the sto^k than
M. K. & T. railroad will charge.
Virgil Arnett, of Luther, spent
Sunday visiting in this place.
J. Wallace has been very ill for
some time, but at this writing is
A number from this vrinity at-
tended the Chandler fair Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miller moved
to Shawnee last week, to make it
Wm. Palmer, while coining home
from Chandler Saturday, met with
what might have been a very seri-
ous accident. When driving around
a wagon his buggy upset, but he es
caped with only a few bruises.
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