Carney Enterprise. (Carney, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, October 13, 1916 Page: 2 of 6
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CARNEY E K l E K P K 1 5 ti
- CARNEY ENTERPRISE
H. R. ALBERT, Owner & Editor
Entered July 10, 1903 at Carney
Oklahoma, as second class matter
under act of congress March 30
One Year $1 6 months 50
3 monnhs 25c
The Rural Credits Law
When the remarkable record of
legislative achievements of the Wil
ion administration is reviewed the
rural credits law will rank firs* in
the mirid< of mmy and among the
greatest in the opinion of ail. It is
of more value to the farming popu
latian of the country, the basic ele
ment of the nation, than all the leg
islotion in their behalf pa*sed by the
Republicans in the last half century.
The farmer can give the best se-
curity in the world. It cannot be
lost, hidden or destroyed, or perma-
nently injured. Bad management
may cause manufacturing, mercan-
tile, railroad or other stock decrease
from S200 a share to far below pari
Their are no such fluctuations in land
values ; thev are stable and endur
ing. Farm loans suffer under one
disadvantage—they £,re not liquid,
not immediately or readily ,convert
ible into cash.
The trouble has always besn than
our laws and our banking rules any
regulations have been adapted only
to the needs „f the capitalist, mer
chants and business generally which
only requires short time loans, but
have not been adapted to the boi.
rowing needs of the fajmers. But
the evil is now cured anc! the lack
provided for by the rural credits law
Senator Henry F. Hollis of New
Hampstiirj, a thorough s'udent cn
probably the best informed man if
'h; nation on the subject of rural
credits, and the authr of the present
Furniture and Undertaking
We hav* moved our mil-
inery stock to the hotel
Sport hats" and fall hats
1 on display September 1st-
Erwin and Erwin
Physicians and Surgeons
Specialties; Nervous and Menta
Diseases, and Internal medicine
Office 'phone 101
Frantz B Erwin 84
Para F Erwin 57
DR. W. A. PENDERGRAFT
JUST HIS LUCK.
"That Mr. Twobble is a dreadful
man." said Mrs. Dubwaite.
"Why 60, my dear?" asked Mr.
"I saw him yesterday watching
♦wo small boys fight without making
any effort to stop them."
"Well, what if lie did?"
"Mr. Dubwaite, I'd hate to think
that you would act like that."
"No chance, my dear. I'm alwayi
po blamed busy that I have no tira«
Dr. H. M. WILLIAMS
phtsiciait and surgeon
Office Phone No. 24
W ellston. - - - Oklahoma
R. R. BRADSHAW
Tryon, - - - Okla
"What did you say your age was?"
he remarked, between dances.*
"Well, I didn't say," smartly re-
turned the girl, "but I've just
"Is that so?" he returned, consol-
ingly. "What detained you?"—
J. H. Jansing, M. D.
— * ^
CoURTLAND M. FEUQUAY
<OMA\s ' ^
SMOKE IN NAVAL BATTLES
Germans May Use Sulphurous Vapors
When They Cwne Out to Attack
Two German torpedo boats ran a
British merchantman into Swedish
territorial water recently, and, in
order to get it out again, went near
and enveloped it in a sulphurous and |
fuliginous cloud of smoke. It will! ^
tJi?-9 Tc3SifcTs Ti iV-i >•?« ?< sT<j T« T-s v5c ?s £|
If this world seems
awful hot and life
seems on the bum, to
drop into Dobby's bar-
ber shop will help
some old pal-help
. ; H OUillC. v.
the Dogger bank, German torpedo
boats in the same way cast out clouds
of smoke in order to screen their i
battle cruisers from our squadron.
It appears that the Germans have ^ *'
adopted the defensive device of the
But it seems possible that there is
a deeper design in this smoke plan.
The Germans believe in their me-
dium batteries, and, if they ever
fight a fleet action, would prefer to
fight it at moderate or short range,!
at which their inferiority of gun j
power would be less detrimental to:
them. May they not have devised
^ The. Leather man £
Shoe and general repair^
ing also a full line of
hand made harness
this means of getting in to close "*
quarters, and might it not also assist
the approach of submarines ? If this'
be the idea, then it would seem that |
the lee gage rather than the weather I
gage will have to be sought in the \
battles of the future.—Lundon Ob-
bad as that.
Bensonliurst—Did the doctor pro-
aounce your trouble dangerous?
1'latbush—Well, dangerous forme
"What on earth is that nut mai> !
ng such a noise about?"
"He is trying to crack some old
P. L. BROWN
and get the high-
Tourist Fares to
Tickets on sale daily-final limit May 31st 1917
Stop-ctoers at pleasure Ttoithin final limit
Austin $21 30
Erownsville 33 60
Corpus Christi 27 .30
Galveston 23 55
Houston $23 65
Laredo 27 45
Mineral Wells 12 45
San Antonio 21 30
Service that Serves
For berths, reservations, train service or a^iy
travel information see or write—
Read the Enterprise
J. i. . HOWELL, Agt. CARNEY, OKLA
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Albert, H. R. Carney Enterprise. (Carney, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, October 13, 1916, newspaper, October 13, 1916; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc143145/m1/2/: accessed October 17, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.