Carney Enterprise. (Carney, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, October 13, 1916 Page: 3 of 6
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Mary Betzor is back in school af-
ter two weeks absense,
Lawarence Eikenberry from Hal
let is here going to school, and it is
expected that he will make the bas-
ket ball team as he has had great
deal, of experience.
The girls basket ball team have
been challenged for a game by a
team in the Western part of the state
Stop! Look ! and Listen for the
play that the school is going to put
The Cleveland football team will
be here the 20th of this month just
one ween from today. This gam-
will be the most exciting game tha'.
the people ever witnessed played by
the home team. The ground is in
good shape and the team will have
practice enough so that they will be
the victors of the day. I here is
about 18 boys who are doing their
best to get to be one of the "ehve i"
that plays the 20th.
The boys have began 'o talk
about the track next spring as they
think they can take the honors from
The basket ball girls, in order t
obtain seme money for expenses thi
year are going to give a program o.
Friday night October 20th, after the
program there will be a pie supper.
Everyone come and here the program
and bring a pie or money to buy one
If you hearty eater you
iVou I ' i') oi' of those
The best note books in physics
were handed in by Irma Wilson, Es
ther Mason and Ethel Dean.
We have all heard of objects, con
ditions, etc being second to nothing
but not until Cecil Dean handed in
his physics note book did we eve'
hear of anything being 1st to none.
B*n Pinkston is taking a mental
vacation for a day or two.
Mert Lasater and Mina Pickat'
seem to be in the limelight when the
Ancient world is being discussed.
Lucile Arnett is generally cDn
ceeded to be the 9th grade artist.
Chapel was held W dnesday morn
ing and faiss Frey led the devotion
al execrises which was followed by
a song by the school then Pr6f.
Albert gave a reading " nat Old
superb meals w; sztvz t thz j,
Mbs Cafe and Confectionery |
Here is t ei>t on CA?2 tii1 g-'JH « both |
QUANIT Yand QUALITY at one price |
ORVAL DC7jBS, Prop. |
Cook Stoves, Ranges, Coal Heaters;
Wood Heaters and stove s plies, at
o o o 0 Q Q
. I sweet heart of mine".
The Geometry class have been Ealey sang a vocal solo "A Perfect
memorizing the first 12 propositions. Day". Russel Hamner led the
Some fina forward passes are be-
ing thrown by Johnnie Munds eac*<
evening while practicing foot ball.
school in some yell which was foll-
owed by a song by the school and
Chapel was dismissed.
• MOkE about us -
Last week we said we'd tell you more about the
goods we sell. Our trades'been better than
before and we're satisfied quiet well. We have more
things to sell you now than we hail in stock las':
week. We have duck coats in which to ■ •, \\as:i
goods that will not streak. We handle nails that s
easy drove and rope you cannot break. We've polish
also for your stove and pans in which to bake. We
have pie tins and earthen crocks and bolts and bars
and pins and childrens hose and women socks and cul-
ling irons and things.We want your trade, still want
it much and hope you'll come in often to buy our tubs
and ties and such and soap your beard to soften.
McCown & Montgomery
Will sell you groceries cheaper than any
__ in town.
I will i ay as much cash for eggs and butter as \\
you can get anywhere in town.
' A full ine of salt and smoked meats
canned fruits and vegetables. V
SHOULD BE WELL COOKED I AND JOHNNY STILL WONDERS
Writer Points Out the Danger of Eat
ing Pork That Is Underdone in
the Slightest Degree.
Information That He Sought to Obtain
From His Father Was Not
Trichina* arc minute parasitic j The head of the family, with
inrh occur in rat- dogs,1 his beloved briar-root pipe and his
serious I marine, „,! ««W >•«_
sometinles fatal disease, triehinos,,-. 11. tli.- rocker for a '[ " .
in man I'ats found around slaugh- able evening.
ter houses are frequently infested, i ','onnt.r'
,„d .fcff or hojP eont,-,,., the para- mgUf = 'f -- wrinklin.
kept at a slaughter house to ^ prot.iem. After
Patronize the merchants who ad-
vertises in this paprr for he thinks
enough of your business to ask for it
sites in pork and the danger to man
It is estimated by some authorities
that about 1 per cent of all hogs in
this country harbor trichina;.
Man becomes infested by eating
pork which has not been thoroughly
cooked or cured. The mortality in
man ranges from 10 to 40 per cent.
These parasites are very minute, and
practical meat inspection does not
guarantee that the meat is free from
less inflection asked:
"Yes, my non."
"Can the Lord make everything ?
"Yes, my boy."
"There is nothing, my son, thai
tie cannot do."
"Papa, could he make a clock that
vrotild strike less than one '
Now, Johnny, go right upstair*
guarantee that the meat is mr ^ ana don't stop down
ilv killed by heat, safety lies solely
\u eating no pork that has not been
thoroughly cooked.-II. S. Eakins,
Colorado Agricultural college, Fori
Johnny went and wondered still
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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/m1/3/: accessed October 17, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.