Carney Enterprise. (Carney, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, October 11, 1912 Page: 1 of 12
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CARNtY, i INCOLN COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY OCTOBER 11, 1912.
Published Every Friday.
H. S. HERBERT.
Entered J a L / I). 1«3 at arney
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iar actofongress March .5, 190.3.
ONE YEAR SI 6 MONTHS 50
3 MONTHS 2jC
Big Show at Chandler, Thursday,
The greatest of allTrftin-d Wild
Animal acts.i s the big Herr Dries-
bock's troupe of Lions, which are
exhibited twice daily with Golrna
BrothersGreatest of American Shows
In a large steel Arena erected in
the center of the l>n* Miss
Marguerite Driesbock, with Gollmar
Brothers Shows, exhibits her wot -
derful-troupe of lions, thA most d ir
ing acts of its kind eve
This season marks the first ap
pearance in America of Miss Dries-
bock and her troupe of trained lions,
during thepa;;t year negotiations were
completed whereby the lamous Her
Driesbock collection of Animals
:ame into the possession of Gollmar
Bros. The one ticket that ycu buy
admits you to the Monster I hree
Ring Circus and Million Dollar
In addition to the monster three
ring circus, Gollmar Bros, are pre-
senting Miss Driesbock and her
trained black maned African lions.
By the combination of Gollmar
Bros and Herr Driesbock's shows,
the American public ran now wit-
ness the only troupe of lions that
have been trained by a lady.
When a dog, wants to bark at night
he can always makes himself believe
he sees something.
It is all right lor a man to give
thanks to the Lord when he sits down
to eat—but at the same time he
should not entirely overlook the cook
Mrs. Jennie Norris and brother
Manna, ?ame in from Cleveland last
week to visit their mother, Mis. Sam
Betzer. who was quite sick.
Mr. and Mrs. R W. Colbert went
:o Oklafioma City Friday to attend
ihe Fair and vi.it relatives, they re-
turned honv Sunday.
Mr. Will R.obert8 of Dallas Texas,
irrived last week for a visit with his ]
wife and children.
Born, to Mr.and Mrs Robert Ror-
buck, Oct 6th, a son.
Sunday school at Lone Star was]
veil attended Sunday atten iin ? 57,
•ollection 99 cts.
Mr. Will Emde attended the Fair |
it Oklahoma City Thursd ty.
IS HAUNTING HIM
The growing strength of John T.
Davis in the First District Tor <'on-
gress is causing Bird McGuire in •
a sleepless night. The ghosts of his
record in Congress stand about his
bed and poke him in the ribs. They
only foretell the time when the vnt
ers will poke votes into the ballot
boxes retiring Mr. McGuire for b'.s
misrepresentation bf this District.
Rent to Congress from a district
made to order for himself, Mr. Mc
Guire has had since 1907 to make a
record. If the voters return him thi
fall their only excuse will be his rec
Mr. McCuire's record has been con-
sistently against any revision of tlm
tariff downward and for tlie revision
of the tariff upward.
Supposedly favoring child lahor
bills because there is no child lahor
employed in the First District, M
Guire voted against the Child's B;i
reau's Bill. This bill provided for
an investigation of the working con
ditions of laboring children and was
framed to enable labor legislation to
keep the children out of the shops
and in school.
As the First District is a farming
community, McGuire will have to do
a lot of explaining on his vote against
the Free List Bill. McGuire voted
against this bill when he knew that
his constituents were mostly farmers
and that it was introduced for their
benefit. This( bill provided for froe
farm Implements and would have
saved the farmers millions of dollars.
It was aimed at the Harvesters' Trust
which is now under investigation.
Very careful to send out all raises
in pensions to old soldiers, Mr. Mc-
Guire forgot their existence when he
was in Congress. McGuire answered
present but did not vote on the Omni-
bus Private Pension Bill. McGuira
was present but did not vote for the
Sherwood Pension Bill. McOuire was
present but did not vote for the Co-*
promise which was finally passed, al-
though he rushed to a printer soon
after and sent out application blank®
under it. McGuire was not present
in Congress, hut out campaigning over
the District, wliile the old soldiers' j
were suffering because they did not |
get their pensions and he was not '
even present to vote for the pension '
appropriation which finally enablf-4
their checks to be paid.
Letters written to Mr. McGuire, ad-
dressed to Washington, for the past
two months have not reached him,
as he was chasing around the Dis-
trict trying to build up his fences,
while the most important legislation
of tlie last session was up for con-
sideration. Further investigation of
his record shows that McGuire has
not been able to establish free deliv-
ery in t'ie larger towns of this dis-
trict, even though they have been en-
titled to iy from six to ten years.
The tax payers of this District are
anxious to know why he voted against
the bill providing that corporations
be made citizens of the state and
therefore subject to Its control. Why
tie did not vote for the money trust
Investigation and why he always voti;
ed favoring the interests of the large
GOVERNOR W00DR0W WILSON
Mr. Roosevelt stood as a guarantor
for Mr. Taft. Mr. Bryan says, "Now,
when Roosevelt has failed so utterly
in his judgement of men, I ask can he
Due correct judgment on himself?"
Democratic Nominee for President of the United State*.
GOVERNOR THOMAS R. MARSHALL
Democratic Nominee for Vice-President of the United State3.
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Herbert, H. S. Carney Enterprise. (Carney, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, October 11, 1912, newspaper, October 11, 1912; Carney, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc87858/m1/1/: accessed August 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.