Carney Enterprise. (Carney, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 13, Ed. 1 Friday, October 23, 1908 Page: 3 of 10
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By H. S. Herbert.
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LGAL N£W3 NOTES.
Do You Want a Business Educa-
We have for sale scholarships in
Hill's Business College, Oklahoma
City, and The Capital City Business
College, Guthrie. We can save you
money on these scholarships. If you
contemplate getting a business educa-
tion let us furnish you with a schol-
Roy Dobson transacted business
in Oklahoma City Monday.
H. Stump transacted business at
the county seat Tuesday.
Miss Bessie Smith has the thanks
of the Enterprise for a beautiful
boquet of flowers,presented Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Cunningham
visited in Cushing Sunday, returning
Eld. Davidson will preach at the
Christian church on next Sunday,
morning and evening.
Rev. F. E. barber, the new minis-
ter sent here by the conference, ar-
Mrs Anna Dean attended as del-
egate the Rebeka Assemble at Enid,
which met Tuesday and Wednesday.
John R. Shoop is attending the
Grand lodge of the I. 0. O. F. at
Enid this week as delegate from Car-
ney lodge, No. 138.
The teachers training class will
meat at the Christian church Satur
day night. All are cordially invited
Rev. J. W. Kelley left Tuesday
morning for Claremore where he
commenced a protracted meeting
Several Farmers in this neighbor-
hood have posted their farms and
-vill not permit any shooting on their
premises. Post your farms if you
don' twant hunters to intrude.
D. C. Stout, proprietor cf the
Southern club, Oklahoma City, has
been sued for violating the Billips
booze law and judgment to the am-
ount of S78.000 is asked.
It is given out from headquarters
that parties who hunt on Sundays in
Lincoln county will be prosecuted
this fall and winter. The Sunday
law is severe and violators had bet-
ter be on the lookout.
The cotton growers of Pottawat-
otr.i: county have perfected an organ-
ization of night riders which may do
much damage. Farmers have re-
ceived notice to hold their cotton and
ginners have been rotified to cease
There was a double wedding at the
residence of Rev. J. W. Kelley on
last Sunday when Mr. Andrew F.
Dodd and Miss Myrtle Harris, and
Mr. Lafe L. Powell and Miss Rosa
McAmis were united in marriage,
Rev. Kelley performing the cere-
Young Mr. Dodd is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. R. F. Dodd, and his bride
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Harris of near town, and both the
bride and groom are worthy young
people who have many friends in this
Mr. Powell is the son of Mrs.
Powell and his bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McAmis, re-
siding northeast of town and are
young peope who stand well in the
Several relatives and friends of
these young people were present at
the marriage to congratulate them
on the step they had taken, and to
wish them many days of happiness
New Voting Places in Cimarron
Cimarron township has been di-
vided into three voting precincts.
Township 17 to constitute one pre-
cinct and township 16 is divided into
two precincts by a line running east
and west between sections 24 and 25,
and the voting place will be at Ander-
son switch. This will be convenient
to the voters who heretofore had to
go to Tryon to vote.
Hon. L. D. Marr, of Guthrie spoke
a. Woodman Hall last Saturday night
to a full house. He made one of the
best speeches of the campaign. Mr.
Marr is secretary of the school land
board and told his hearers what the
board was doing with the school
money, refuting the many false re-
ports being circulated. His hearers
were pleased with his speech.
On last Sunday night Eld. A. G.
McCown preached his initial serm< n
to the people of Carney at the Chris-
tian church to a large and appreci-
Our friend M. L. Edwards, brought
to this office last week samples of
sweet potatoes raised on his farm
southwest of town, which were about
the best we have seen in many a day.
On Thursday October 29, J. E.
Thompson, living 2 1-2 miles south
and 2 1-2 miles east of Carney, will
hold a public sale of horses, cattle,
farm implexents. feed, etc.
The heaviest rains of the season
fell in this section Tuesday and
Wednesday nights,putting a stop to
cotton picking tor a few days.
Ernest Ellis, who has a position on
the Santa Fe out of Arkansas City,
was here last week visiting home
L. E. Robertson and son Jessie,
Carney Dean and Glenn Williams
scattered and posted bills for 0. A.
Carney School Report.
Those who were neither absent or
tardy for the month ending October
16th. Room 1.
Audrey Wilcox, Teacher.
Altha Howard Ressie Wilkinson
Una Wilson Irene Stump
Leal Page Rollie Anderson
Ivel Buck Henry Emde
Leo Hiles Leonard Hoefgen
Guy Thomas Thomas Kelley
Rena Smith, Teacher.
Allie Pearson Bess Smith
Nell Wilcox Zillah Upshaw
Daisy Dean Ina Smith
Heath Wixson Frank Anderson
Arless Thomas Roma Pendergraft
Grade Roberts Jesse Robertson
Glen Williams Harry Dobson
Leroy Munds Wesley Wilkinson
Following is the report for the Car-
ney School for the month ending Oct.
Room 1—Audrey Wilcox, teacher.
Pupils enrolled 20 girls, 19 boys.
Av. daily attendance 15.8 girls, 16
Cases of tardiness 8 girls, 1 boy.
No. not absent nor tardy 4 girls, 8
Room 2—Rena Smith, teacher.
Pupils enrolled 14 girls, 27 boys.
Av. daily attendance 12.12 girls,21.-
Cases of tardiness 2 girls, 2 boys.
No. not absent nor tardy 7 girls, 8
Room 3—Mabel Montgomery .teach-
No enrolled 21 girls, 16 boys.
Av. daily attendance 17.95 girls,
Case« of tardiness 5 girls, 2 boys.
No. not absent nor tardy 7 girls 9
Total report for school.
No. enrolled 55 girls, 62 boys,
Av. daily attendance 45.87 girls,
52.12 boys,total 97.99.
Case of tardiness 15 girls, 5 boys,
No. not absent nor tardy 18 girls,
25 boys,total 43
Sales Agents Wanted.
$36.00 per week or 400 per cent profit
All samples, stationery, and art
catalogue free. We want one per-
manent agent in this locality for the
largest picture and frame house in
America. Experience unnecessary.
We instruct you how to sell our goods
and furnish the capital. If you want
a permanent, honorable and profit-
able position, write us today for
particulers, catalogue and samples.
FRANK W.WILLIAMS COMPANY
1214 W. Taylor St.,
Hill's Business College,
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Miss Elsie Moulder accepted a po-
sition with the Interstate Advertising
Co., in Oklahoma City last week.
Mr. Allen accepted a position with
W illiamson-Halsell-Frazier Mercan-
tile Co., in Oklahoma City this week.
Miss Una Stell, Miss Lillian Hay-
den and Miss Freda Green have been
working for the Oklahoma City Times
for the last few days.
Mr. Fenton Moore has been doing
stenographic work for W. W. Robert-
son for the past few weeks.
Mr. J. Dahlen accepted a position
with Yellow Stone Park Transporta-
Mr. Leroy Johnson accepted a po-
sition with McCord Collins Mercan-
tile Co., of this City.
Mr. Leslie Smith has received an
increase in salary and is getting
along nicely in his position.
We have extended our special rates
for a short time longer and anyone
contemplating attending a business
college should, by all means, write
us for this special rate and catalogue.
We pay the fare to school and do not
ask any tuition until the student is
thoroughtly satisfied with the school.
Now is a good time of the year in
which to enter a busiuess college for
business is getting better all the time,
consequently more positions are be-
ing offered us. There is a world of
opportunities for young men and
women and one who has ambition is
sure to succeed. There is nothing in
which you can put your money that
will bring you one tenth of the returns
as you will get from a business edu.-
The young person who wishes to
get a position now without a business
training will meet with failure, in fact
a business training is absolutely es-
sential to every man or woman.
The farmer has begun to realize
that he needs a businsss education
as much as any one else, and the
farmer boy or girl who expects to go
to a city to get a position is compel-
led to have fhis training before they
can even get started, but after they
do they make the very best of success
on account of their health and good
If interested write today.
If a man has money to burn, he
can easily find a woman willing to
furnish a match.
In the course of a year ground
worms will bring to the surface
about ten tons of soil to the acre.
H. C. WILKIE
CARNEY, - 0KLA.
(McCown's Old Stand)
I^have opened a new store in
Garney and will carry a complete
stock of General Merchandise and
asks a share of your patronage.
Call and see me when you
need fresh groceries, Dry Goods,
H. C. WILLIE.
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