Carney Enterprise. (Carney, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, September 30, 1910 Page: 4 of 12
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NAM KG TI E BABY
USUALLY IT IS A VERY SIMPLE
Interest of the Relatives Made This
Case More Difficult—Finally Solved
fcy Drawing Name From
WARNING THAT WAS FAMILIAR
Grocer Man Used Formula That Made
Little Harry Long to Bo
Mrs, Jones' favorite warning to her
young progeny when they were In mis-
chief was that she would tend to them
In a minute. "Tending" was accom-
.il ■ y apf)lvInff 'he open hand
where It would do most good. When
Harry was four years old ho was sent
i)i t.ie first time round the corner to
the grocery. In a few minutes he came
troi t ng soberly back with the nickel
still In his hand, but no bag of onions.
u hat s the matter?" asked his
"I'm 'frald of the man," he said, sol-
v-'Oh he won't hurt you," reassured
Mrs. Jones. "Run along and bring the
l^ions. I m In a hurry for them."
Ume 'Iarry disappeared
round the corner, and a second time
*U,rne',1. wlthout his purchase.
Im trald of the grocer man," he
explained, as before.
^.01' Ullat makes you afraid of
tlentlv anded mother, Jn.pa-
")Vhy.' answered the little fellow,
ofe times when 1 goed In, he looked
? , mf' Fa,d" 'ni tend ,n >'°u in a
minute. —Youth's Companion.
Tribute to Hold-Up Artist
;T'"> 'rain doesn't stop at Crimson
uuloh any more."
"No." replied Three-Finger Sam.
I ni afraid the town doesn't get
much respect from the railroad "
"Respect! Why that railroad Is
clean terrified. Ever since the news
got around that Stage Coach Charley
had settled here that train Jest gives
one shriek an 1 Jumi out of sight."
Nothing of the Sort.
ti on s?"6 >0U UDy avuncular rela-
"Nary one. Ain't no disease of any
kind In our family."
with cream or milk
and notice the pleasure
the family finds in the
appetizing crispness and
flavour of this delightful
"The Memory Lingers'*
Po tum Cereal Oo_,
Ordinarily there would have been no
trouble in naming the baby. It is cus-
tom for fathers and mothers to decide
years before that some of these days
if a little boy blessed 'heir homo
they'd call him Etherldge, and that if
It should be a girl, her name should
be Annie May.
Hut in this case It was different, for
there were so many people to satisfy.
There was grandpa, for illustration.
He was getting old, and his feelings
might be hurt if he didn't figure In the
name-giving Besides, he might leave
his accumulated wealth to found a
home for ex-cow punchers If dis-
And there was Aunt Lucy. Aunt
Lucy had a vitriolic tongue for a cer-
tainty and had been using it vigorous-
ly for ,17 years. It would never do to
Father wanted to call the baby
Sammy; mother wanted to name It
Horace; sister Ella wanted it called
Butler, after a boy she knew, up In
Michigan, and brother, aged ten,
wanted to call It Jeffries.
It was an awful situation, especially
as Uncle Bob was in town and had
views of his own concerning names for
boy babies He thought father was
nearer right than the others, but pre-
ferred the name Gladstone.
It was a family conference that was
filled with stickers, tt took four
hours, and though the family sat at
the table nobody ate any dinner,
-verybody g'ared at everybody else
and spoke little.
1 hen some neighbors came In, and
added to the merriment. Each had
I' im'lly Uncle Bob, tn desperation,
suggested that the names be written
on slips of paper and if any two were
alike that should be the name. Then
he privately took little Alice Berkins
a neighbor's child, aside and promised
fcer a box of choco'ates If she's write
Gladstone on a piece of paper and
P il in the bowl designed for the
T hen the names were written and
dropped into the bowl, and when the
count was taken there were 11 slips of
paper and 11 names represented
W hy didn't you do as I told you'"
demanded Uncle Bob Indignantly of
the neighbor's child.
"I would. Mister Bob," she said, "but
I couldn t speH Gladstone. You didn't
11'™' So 1 wrote Gladys —it's lots
GIVEN UP TO DIE.
doan's Kidney Pills Effect Marvelous
Mrs. M. A. Jinkins, Quanah, Texas,
says: I was bloated almost twice
natural size. I had the best physi-
cians but they all failed to help me.
For five weeks I was
as helpless as a baby.
My back throbbed as
If it would break and
the kidney secretions
were in terrible con-
dition. The doctors
held out no hope and
I was resigned to my
Wf ' fate. At this critical
time, I began using Doan's Kidney
Pills and soon felt relief. I continued
and was cured."
Remember the name—Doan's.
For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a
box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
The years write their records on
men s hearts as they do on trees
Inner circles of growth which no eve
can see.—Saxe Holm.
Thy fnumi eye remedy
for Red, Wed,. Weary, Wat^/Ld ¥
GR ANULATED EYELIDS I
MurineDoesn 't Smart-Soothes Eve P„i„
f'russi«t Sell Mm ine Eye flemed/, LisjiiJ, 25c Sn,
Murine Hye Sulv., in A.eptiWub,.?^?1^
BYE BOOKS AND ADVICE FREE BY Miir
'tito. They u, |
PellDts. one a laxatlyo, three lor catli.u tic saat
Cut out cathartics and ptrrgai
an unnecessary, j ry
Purely vegetable. Ad*
gently on the liver,
eliminate bile, and
of the bowel.
CCII, V —
Sidt iWacl. Uci u aJEoa, laiow_
Smnll Pill, Small Dose, Small Pric«
Genuine mu tu i Signature
A heart unspotted is not easily
ticks, fleas, and other para-
sites cause serious losses to
every stock and poultry rais j
er. Kill them safely, by using ^
lice killer a dip
This is a safe, cleansing,
aromatic preparation, much
stronger than carbolic acid
without its disagreeable and
dangerous Qua I i ti t s. Try it.
Your dealer sells it.
Accidents Will Happen
And when they do—they hurt
111 NT'S LIGHTNING OIL Is the
one instantaneous relief and cure
for all wounds, bruises, sores,
cuts, sprains and abrasions of the
skin. It forms an artificial skin
covering, excludes the air instant-
ly, stops pain at once. There are
rnmy oils, but none li ce HUNT'S.
I he action is different, and the
effect as well.
Write for f
*ee Mimplo t0
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Black-D^iiiiqht Mork M«-'rt,clnei _
T< on. pcj
Always have it in the house. Take
it with you when you travel—you
never can tell when HUNT'S
LIGHTNING OIL may be most
needed. 25cts and 50cts bottles.
ForSaleby All Druggists
A. B. RICHARDS MEDICINE CO., Sherman, Tex.
' < ?Cold Wafer Starch
ccakes laundry work a pleasure. 10 oip" , "
Members ot the ponce department
^ere matching stories the other day
the conversation turned on the
amount of "nerve" some pe^
have. tin-1 what remarkable thing*
? reTA°f thG P0"Ce Apartment
I remember one day I got a tele
phone call from a woman on Wash
Ington street that she wanted a vo.
Hreman to come to her house rishr
away said Desk Sergeant Caffrey of
the First precinct.
"I sent a policeman-never minrl
who he was—and soon he came back
loking as red as a beet
What do you suppose that worn
an wanted?' he said, after he had r*
covered his breath.
ma 'k8 Past me'" 1 aD6Wered. "what
did she want?'
stored htt!# K'rI had g0De to 'he
store to buy some candy and „
nickelI In the grass in front of a house
sdjsie wamed me to flnd it
asked "he 'copper.'^ *" her?' J
j£5eanA' C0UJd I toil h,r
fix" In'et a.,niisl^p at ti,e ase of 41, Which left me in bad
fix, ^ wn.es Airs. Georgia Usher, of Conyers, Ga.
i was unconscious for three dav* anrt tu i
SacheVhc'.frt,'in|'! SPC"S' 1,iZZi"CSS' ""vonsness,
j ;,, " pa'P' at" ' many strange feelingk
life and H1IT " aHmC'"s duc ,0 of
lo 4 Cardui t,0rS' bul (l,eJ' dld "0 food, so I concluded
all rafhouse;vul^ardU'' ' ™ S° mci be,,er and can do
The Woman's Tonic
w shsss " ^^vou mi8i,t
still in moderately good'hea'th0 r^tT ^ t,me' Wh'Ie y°U afC
and keep you in tip top condUion C°nSerVe y°Ur Strength
ually grow snfille^^nste-d1 '-f!'J?tCVCr thcy are' wiI1
up-grade instead of the do ' - 71°" wiU be on the
^ ^cttaltr' ^ V0U ViU
a bQtJe at y°M druWist5 today.
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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/m1/4/: accessed October 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.