Carney Enterprise. (Carney, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, December 3, 1909 Page: 1 of 8
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VOL, 9. CARNEY, LINCOLN COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1909.
Published Every Friday
a. S. HERBERT.
SJ.itered July 10, 1903 at Carney
Oklahoma.assecond class matter ,un
ier actof Congress March 3. 1903
ONE YEAR $1 MONTHS 50
3 MONTHS 25c
Don't forget the cut prices on
Millinery is now on at the Millinery
Rev. Leigh will preach at the M.
E. church next Sunday, morning and
Esco Dodd is stepping high these
days. The stork visited his home
on Wednesday of last week and left
him a fine boy to raise.
The United States Weather Bu-
reau costs $1,000,000 a year. In
other words it costs that much to
tell us what the weather won't be
Thanksgiving day passed off qui-
etly in this place and everybody was
apparently in a good humor after
enjoying a good dinner they all felt
thankful that they were alive and
enjoying good health.
The Trusts appear to have enter-
ed on hard lines. The Standard
Oil Trust has been order to dissolve
A jail sentence is in the air over the
managers of the sugar trust. The
leiders of the Labor trust have been
sentenced to terms in jail. The
Food trusts and the medicine trusts
have been or are being disciplined
ani life under anti-trust conditions
promises to be wholesomer and bet-
ter worth living.
Kildare Consolidated School, j The capital of the United States |
_ Reference was made a short time , ^ '"8"' P°Ha,ion oi
ago to the new consolidated school an^ C1
Compliments The Judge.
Judge J. B. A Robertson of Chand
ler recently closed a term of district
court in Pottawatomie county and
the newspapers of the county, many
of which were opposed to Judge Rol-
ertson at the time of his appoint
ment, are now unanimous in their
praise of his methods of conducting
his court. They have nothing but
good words tor him.—Chandler
In speaking of the recent lynching
of negroes at Cairo, 111 , for criminal
assault on a white girl, the Chicago
Tribune says : "The North now has
the criminal and malicious negro
that it fought for, let it handle him
as best it may." Judging from the
out breaks at Cairo, Springfield, 111..
Springfield, Md., and Springfield,
Ohio, there are a few in those
sections ot the country that regret
that they even thought of ' fighting
the good fight."
district which had been formed at
Kildare, in Kay county, Oklahoma.
The school is now in operation, there
being three teachers employed. C.
Curry Bell is principlal and he and
County Superintendent E. A. Duke
of Newkirk kindly furnished a few
facts with reference to this school
which will answer some of the ques-
tions which folks are asking.
Four wagons are used for trans-
porting the children. Two are six-
teen-passenger and two are twenty-
passenger, but one of the latt r is
now carrying twenty-four. The wag-
ons are owned by the district and
cost $645 delivered. The shortest
wagon trip is five miles and the long-
est ten miles, the district being eight
by three and one-half miles in area.
The average time of a wagon trip
is two hours. The average cost for
team and driver is $39 per month.
On the first day of school, one of
the old country districts delivered
twelve pupils more than its total
school enrollment last year, the other
country district delivered the sane
number as the total enrollment last
year, and the Kildare district con -
prising the village of about two hur.-
dred population turned out the usual
The average term last year in the
.hree districts was seven ana one-
naif months. This year, th consol-
idated term v,ill be eight months.
The school levy in one district last
yt.ar was six and one-half mills, in
another three mills and in the other
three fourths of a mill. This year,
all expenses of the consolidated
school will be covered by a levy of
three mills on the property in the
At the present time, the old three
room school bui'ding in Kildare is
being used- I'J is the intention to
ouild another building wfren required
and to have for this village and the
country community around it schools
just as good as anybody has. And
it will be done at less cost than the
old way, which doesn't provide the
schools for country people that they
realize they must have for their
children.—Oklahoma Farm Journal.
Enconraging news comes from the
Panama Canal. The oost it is now
definitely known will be, in round
numbers, three hundred and seventy
five millions of dollars and it is
stated that in four years and six
months vessels will pass from ocean
to ocean. The excavation could be
completed in two years but it will
take longer than that time to build
the immense dam and locks. Ves-
sels of large ton age are already
I using parts of the canal.
the world. Not Cairo,
in Northern Africa or Timbuctoo in
Central Africa nor any other collec-
tion of houses cr huts has a large
population of blacks as has Washing-
ton. But worse than this the Wash-
ington blacks are the most degraded-
degenerate, trifling and criminally
disposed lot of negroes ever assem-
bled. They are refugees from Vir-
ginia, Carolina and Maryland dur-
ing the war or the descendants of
these. Washington has a reputation
for charitable activity. They have
come here to be fed and taken care
of. They are afflicted with the
microbe of laziness and inefficiency.
They are diseased and dissipated
In no other city can be seen so many
ragamuffin Africans driving two dol-
lar skeleton horses to rickety three
dollar wagons and the contrast of
these with a back ground of marble
palaces is painfully grotesque.
Now a New York minister says
that women's intemperance in drink,
smoking and dress is destroying
society. For^the number of times it
aas been destroyed in a similar way
at different prriods society must have
a resurrection power on the gunmetal
HOW TO INCREASE YOUR IN-
Every able-bodied man who is
ordinarily industrious can make a
good living from the income of
his labor. But it is easier to in-
crease your income by saving a
little of what you are making and
investing it; in other words, put-
ting your savings to work. The
man who has a thousand dollars
working for him can double hii
savings every year. Besides, ad-
versity may overtake one, and
it's a migbty nice thing to have
that other self—one's savings—
to fall back upen. You might be
interested in our time certificates.
We will be glad to tell you about
CARNEY STATE BANK
Safety Boxes For Rent.
Farm Loans and Insurance.
Over 150 persons have been killed
while climoing the Alps this year,
but just v ait ii til tl.e litt of fccttal
atalities is handed in.
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S. A. STRADER
Pure Drgs and Chemicals
School Books and Supplies.
TOILET ARTICLES, JEWELRY, PERFUMES, FINE CIGARS,
Everything Kept in a First-class Drug Store.
prescriptions carefully compounded.
CARNEY, - - - OKLA.
O. A. McCOWN,
Ours is the oldest established business in Carney :
Others come and then they go, but we intend to stay, and keep J
constantly on hand a complete assortment ofstaple Groceries, Pro-
visions, Dry Goods, Shoes, Working Clothes, etc.
We thank the public for their patronage and will endeavor to
merit your future trade by giving you your money's worth at all
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Herbert, H. S. Carney Enterprise. (Carney, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, December 3, 1909, newspaper, December 3, 1909; Carney, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc142727/m1/1/: accessed July 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.