Carney Enterprise. (Carney, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, December 21, 1906 Page: 3 of 8
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Published every Friday.
By H. S. Herbert.
Subscribers receiving this paper
with a blue X mark over this par-
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tion has expired, and a renewal is
LOCAL NEWS NOTES.
For Cheap money on farm loans,
see Thomas & Dewey.
Today is the shortest day of the
J. A. Ratcliff returned last week
from Indiana where he was summon-
ed to attend his mother's funeral.
John Thomas left Sunday for Ok-
lahoma City after a two week's visit
with his parents.
J. W. Bartee, of Overbrook,
Kansas, is visiting his brother, T.
C. Bartee and family.
The second snow of the winter
fell here last Sunday. Monday
night was the coldest.
Miss Jennie Page of Carney ,Okla.,
is visiting li. M. Ball and family this
week.—Okemah, I. T. Independent.
Chas. Jolly returned Monday
night from a visit to Caddo county
where he had traded for a farm.
Mrs. H. J. Poole, wife of Rev.
Poole of Fallis came up and spent
Sunday and Monday with her par-
ents, Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Stokes.
The four days protracted meeting
at the M. E. church closed last Sun-
day with one addition. Another
protracted meeting will be held,
commencing on the tirst Sunday in
The Modern Woodman order at
this place is increasing in member-
ship at a satisfactory rate. Last
Friday night there was an addition
of four new members. The M. W.
A. is one of the best and strongest
of the benificiary orders.
Albert Hudiburg and Fred De-
mutt, of Independence, Kan., a
couple of young fellows who have
been prospecting down in the new
pasture, stopped over here on their
way home the first of the week for
a visit with relatives and friends.
The public sale of W. L. Dix and
H. C. Wilkey on Tuesday drew a
large number of buyers. The sale
was cried by A. L. Hudiburg, the
Carney auctioneer, who is gaining
a reputation as one of the best
and most successful auctioneers in
Don't fail to read A. Ellis' Christ-
mis ad. He has a great variety of
the finest candies, fruits and nuts,
besides other good things for Christ-
mas. His stock is fresh and bought
especially for the holiday trade. I
you are hungry go there and get a
dish of oysters, or anything else
good t:> eat You will find his prices
Sunday School Convention.
The Sunday School convention
held at the Christian church last Sun-
day afternoon and evening was a
great success and the enormous
amount of good done in behalf of
the Sunday Schools of Carney is
something to be highly appreciated.
A party of Sunday school workers
are touring the county and the con-
vention was in their charge. Among
them were Mrs. Dora Martin, of
Perry, field worker of the Interna-
tional Sunday School Association,
and I. N. Hall, of Chandler, super-
intendent of the Lincoln County Sun-
day School Association. Other del-
egates were : Isaac Benn.ngton, Oi
Tryon, superintendent of this dis-
trict ; I. N. Bradfield, of Fallis;
Mrs. Kephart, of Warwick and Mrs.
Wells, of Union district.
Some of the departments taken up
at these conventions for the encour-
agement of the upbuilding of the
Sunday schools are : Home Visita-
tion, The Home Department, The
Cradle Roll, Teacher Training, and
Mrs. Martin is a f ne talker and
speaks in a way that interests her
hearers and holds her audience.
She deserves much praise for the
good work she is doing.
WE HAVE THEM. §
Christmas Goods in Great
Variety at Ellis'
Candies, Nuts and Fruits in Abundance,
Christmas is not Christmas without a bountiful supply of
everything good. We have something delicious for every
tooth in your head. We have an abundance of these
goodies and they will satisfy you. They are priced right.
Fresh Bread Always on Hand.
Cigars, Tobaccos, Bananas, Oranges* Lemons
and Nuts of all kinds.
Fresh Oysters Served in Any Style.
A. ELLIS, The Baker,
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SANTA'S HEADQUARTERS, j
Education in Business.
In the New Idea Woman's Mag-
azine for January appears an inter-
esting interview with a clever wom-
an who has worked up a unique bus-
iness for herself in the publishing
world. This women, Miss May
Langdcn White, is conversant with
the work of publishing from begin-
ning to end, and finds sufficient oc-
cupation in giving assistance of var-
ious kinds to authors and publishers
generally. Miss White predicates
tact and education as the essentials
to success in the publishing world,
and indeed in any line of business.
"I am inclined to think," she is
quoted as saying, "that this ques-
tion of education is very closely
wrapped around the success of worn
en in business. Possibly the ordi-
nary type of business woman is only
a partial success. Possibly we do
not know how many of us have been
tried and found wanting in the qual-
ities that help men to surpass us.
But—the ordinary type of business
woman is not well educated,
rather believe the ability to get an
education usually carries with it the
force of character necessary to suc-
cess in business. The woman who
has sense enough to acquire an ed-
ucation may in the majority of cases
be counted upon to use the same
sense in learning how to earn her
living. The highly educated are
frequently said to be too impractical
for every-day purposes. I think
such cases are the exception."
John Foster will sell it public sale
at his farm adjoining Carney on the
east, Thursday December 27, sev-
eral horses, cattle, hogs and farm
implements. Remember the date.
Again we call your attention to our large line of
And invite you to call and see them. We have Better Goods
and lower prices than we have ever been
able to offer you before.
We would respectfully call your attention to our nice line of
CHINA WARE Which we have added this year.
| Call for our High Grade Perfumes j
There is none better.
S. A. STRADER.
" M. K. & T. Time Table.
(f)No. 22 Passenger ...8:03 p. m.
No. 26 Passenger & Mail 12 :16 p.m,
No. 562 Local Ft 9 :55 a. m.
(f) No. 21 Passenger ... 8:37 a. m.
No. 25 Passenger & Mail 3 .33 p. m.
No. 561 Local Ft..! 12 :57 p. m.
(f) Stops on flag for passengers.
Passenger trains make connection
at Fallis for Guthrie.
C. T. Pyle, Agent.
L L HUDIBURG
WILL BUY POULTRY AND
ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRO
at Carney, Okla.
We want 5,000 bushels of corn
delivered, for which the highest
market price will be paid.
g. z. Page & Son.
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Herbert, H. S. Carney Enterprise. (Carney, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, December 21, 1906, newspaper, December 21, 1906; Carney, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc142275/m1/3/: accessed May 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.