Carney Enterprise. (Carney, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, September 30, 1910 Page: 3 of 12
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Published every Friday,
BY H. S. HERBERT.
At One Dollar a Year.
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LOCAL NEWS NOTES.
For the nobbiest line of hats ever
shown in Carney are at McLaughlin
Bishop Quayle of Oklahoma City,
dedicated the Methodist church at
Harry Dobson came down from
Cushing Monday and spent the day
with home folks.
Both of our cotton gins started up
last week and have been running
most of the time since.
Miss Laura Osborn resumed her
old position last week as clerk in
The great Oklahoma state fair
opened at Oklahoma City Tuesday
and will close Saturday October 8
John R. Shoop and wife returned
Sunday from an extended visit to
Hon. Joseph McNeal, Republican
candidate for governor, spoke to a
small audience in this place last Fri-
day night. He was accompanied
by Cols. Pringey and Jones. "Un.
cle Joe," as his friends affectionally
call him, labored hard to convince
his hearers that they should make
him governor of this great state and
judging from the enthusiasm of the
three or four of his hearers who oc-
casionally cheered him he was not
certain whether there were any Re-
publicans in Carney or that his speech
was not the kind that called for much
Haskell and the state administra-
tion came in for much criticism and
the way "'Uncle Joe" jumbled up
his figures was a sigh: to behold.
. Col Pringey, who wants to be reg-
ister of deeds, opened the ball and
for a short time spoke the same old
peice so familiar to the people who
for lo, these many times have heard.
This bunch of candidates opposed
statehood, the guaranty law and the
constitution and the people remem-
L.K. Miller has opened a hotel on
south Main street in Tryon. You
will find it a splendid place to stop
Robbers blew open the safe of the
postoffice at Arcadia Okla., Tuesday
morning and escaped with S80.
A cold wave passed this way Mon
day making quite a change in the
weather from hot to delightfully
Dr. N. L. Green, the veterinar.
surgeon will be in Carney Sat-
urday October 1st. He treats al!
curable diseases of horses.
The Ladies Aid of the M. E
church will give a fish fry tomorrow
Of course you will be on hands to
assist in making it a financial sucess.
Diptheria has made its appearance
in this neighborhood Two of Rev.
Collier's children were taken down
with it last week and were taken to
Guthrie for treatment.
FOUND—A breastpin made out
of a dime of old date and an initial
on same. The owner can get same
by calling at this office, describing
property and paying for this adver-
Misi Bessie M. Cnilds, recently
returned from the Los Angeles sem-
inary, will give instruction in elecu-
tion. Private lessons by appoint-
ment. First three lessons free. Call
at the Dewitt house.
There are now only about eighty
veterans of the Mexican war living.
The National organization met this
year for the last time as there are
not enough to preserve the organiza-
tion. In a quarter of a century but
few Civil war veterans will servive.
An interesting game of base ball
was played at Tryon Saturday for
the fair premium of $10. The con-
testants were the Tryon and Carney
teams, and the Carney boys carried
off the prize by the score of 3 to 2.
Our boys did some splendid playing.
Report shows that 1,662 persons
were killed this year celebrating the
4th of July, and a total of .37,526
were killed and injured.
James Howard and wife came in
Sunday from New Mexico on a visit
co home folks. They will probably
not return before winter.
See McCown's ad. He is offering
some cool weather prices which you
will no doubt take advantage of.
Postmaster R. W. McGee made
a business trip to western Oklahoma
J. A. Hiles trans cted business al
Capt. Jacob Amberg was a^ain
married at Chandler Thursday of
last week to Mrs Ida Frick. The
Tribune says they were married in
Arkansaw several months ago, but
as the six months had not expired
since Mr. Amberg was divorced from
a former wife, doubt existed as to
the legality of the mariage. This
marriage therefore, was to validate
and insure that no question could
be raised in regard to property.
Teddy was elected temporary
chairman of the New York Republi-
can convention after a hard fight,
defeating the Vice President. The
insurgents are in the saddle in that
state and the standpatters will take
a back seat.
The Carney public school com-
menced the fall and winter term of
school Monday of last week. The
high school is occupying the room un-
der Woodman Hall and the old
school house by the o.her grades,
and will be until the new school house
Carney is fortunate in securing so
efficient a corps of teachers as will
have charge this term, threeof whom
hold state certificates. Prof. G. W.
Dunlavy, principal and teacher of
the high school, is an educator of
long experience, and our school
board was fortunate in securing him.
Miss Mabel Montgomery, win
will te ich the first intermediate, is
a successful teacher, while the sec-
ond intermediate will be taught by
Miss Nancy Allen, another success-
ful teacher. The primary depart-
ment is presided over by Miss Besse
Gilliam who comes to the school
highly recommended as a lady and
a successful teacher.
All the teachers have taken hold
of the work in earnest and Carney
no doubt will have the most success-
ful school this year in its history.
Lost His Fees.
H.M.Ball sheriff of Ofuskee county
yesterday appealed to the Oklahoma
supreme court for a decision of the
district court of Otuskee county
which was adverse to him. Ball,
who was a Republican candidate
for sheriff in 1907 contested the
election of Wm. N. McCulley the
Democratic candidate who was de-
clared elected by the county can-
vassing board. District court un-
seated McGully and sustained Ball's
contested. Tfie latter then filed suit
in the same court for $5,148 dam-
ages aganist McCully alleging that
Democratic incumbent had collected
this amount in s lary and fees from
November 17, 1907 to May 18, 1909
before he was removed from the
office by the contest proceedings.
The lower court sustained a demurer
filed^ by McCully's attorneys to
Ball s petition thus throwing his
case out of court.
Miss Amy Long came home Thurs-
day from Oak Dale, where she
has been teaching, as her school
closed on account of diptheria.
There was no service at Union
Sunday night aa most every one
went to Chandler to hear Bishop
Wm. A. Quayle speak.
Misses Maggie and Venieta Mc-
Laughlin came home Saturday and
spent Sunday with home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Roberts came
down Sunday to look after their
farm and visit old friends.
News is scarce around here now
as cotton picking is the order of the
Send Us Your Name
have a good money-
and want to tell you about
it. Write to-day for par-
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Shoes, Harness, and Clock
Repairing done on short
notice and prices reason-
Shop one door north of
the Enterprise office. All
A. A. HARVEY.
County Can Undersell
WcCown and Stay
1 hese Are Our Prices Until Further Notice.
The Enterprise office is the place
to get your sale bills. We are well
prepared to print sale bills on short
notice and at reasonable prices.
When in need of this kind of work,
call on us, see samples and leave
Yukon Best Flour, 48 pound sack
Coal Oil, per Gallon
White Rusian and Lexox Soaps, 3 bars
Star and Horseshoe Tobacco per pound
(-ranulated Sugar, 17 pounds for
Good Table Syrup per gallon
Arm and Hammer and Cowbrand Soda
25 pound sack of Salt
Dry Goods, Shoes, Overalls, Pants, etc,, at Pri-
ces that Defy Competition,
Highest Market Prices paid in Goods for Butter and
^ live us your business and we will appreciate it
O. A. McCOWN.
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Herbert, H. S. Carney Enterprise. (Carney, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, September 30, 1910, newspaper, September 30, 1910; Carney, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc87752/m1/3/: accessed August 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.