Carney Enterprise. (Carney, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, October 11, 1912 Page: 3 of 12
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Published every Friday,
BY H. S. HERBERT.
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LOCAL NEWS NOTES.
New Hats ariving each week at
Mrs. J. D. Roberts' millinery store.
E. E. Buck and wife returned Sun-
day from their visit to Nebraska.
A. Ellis attended the funeral of
his grandson at Shawnee Sunday.
Born to the wife of Geo. Hall on
Tuesday Oct. 8, a son.
Mrs. Carson of Okla., City was
the guest of Mrs. A. Ellis this week.
A good rain fell in this vicinity
Sunday and Monday nights.
Congressman McGuire spoke to a
small crowd here Monday.
Miss. Ollie Shattuck will attend
the University at Edmond this winter
Rev. Hubbard preached his fare-
well sermon at the M. E. church
Roma Pendergraft left the first of
the week for Guthrie where he will
attend Commercial College.
Grandma Ellis came up from King-
fisher the fir.t of the week to visit
her son, A Ellis and family.
Ralph Shattuck left last week for
Edmond where he will attend school
until his school commences at Red
Mound in December.
A. Mitchell will have a public sale
at his place, 4 miles east and 1 south
of Carney, on the old Couch place,
on Monday October 14. stock, farm
implements, household goods will be
Austin Ellis, eldest son of Will
Ellis and wife of Shawnee passed
away at his home Sunday A.M. His
sickness was brief only being sick
three days with diptheria.
Strayed—A brown Scotch Te rier,
about 3 months old, strayed several
days ago. White ring about half
way around its neck. Finder call on
agent at depot and receive reward.
Mrs. C. L. Hodge of Columbus,
Kansas, who has been here visiting
her sister, Mrs.W. H. Hopper, re-
turned home last Friday. Mrs. Hop
per accompanied her home for a
S. U. Silverthorne, democratic
candidate for county treasurer, and
J. A. Embrv of Sparks, Republican
candidate for clerk of the district
court, were here Saturday shaking
hands with the voters.
Wm. Seelig, why did you vote to
reconsider a motion, which had been
regularly passed by the board Coun-
ty Commissioners cutting out six dep-
uties and reducing the salary of two
others, if you are in favor of reducing
After misrepresenting Henry Cul.
lenand publishing an absolutely false
statement regarding him, The Pub-
licist, knowing it to be false, has re-
fused to rectify the statement. Henry
Cullen is one of the best business
men in the state. He is just the kind
of a man to go into a legislature and
secure an influence. If the Second
district wants results it should send
a democrat. This is also true ot Mc-
Clain in the First district. These
men would be admitted tc the dem-
ocrat caucuses where real work is
done and would be placed on com.
mitties which are selected to do the
work. A republican in an Oklahoma
legislature is ornamental but not very
useful. Lincoln county would like
some influence in the lower house as
well as the senate this year. This
influence can be obtained only by
the election of McClain and Cullen.
A Marvelous Escapc.
"My little boy had a marvelous
escape," writes P. F. Bastiams of
Prince Albert, Cape of Good Hope
It occured in the middle of the
night. He got every severe attack
of croup. As luck would have it, I
had a large bottle of Chamberlain's
cough Remedy in the house. After
following the directions for an hour
and twenty minutes he was through
all danger." Sold by all Druggists.
After a delay of a month and much
wrangling and some bitter feeling
among some of the patrons of the
school, Supt, Rawdon came over
from Chandler Monday morning and
after consulting with the board .school
started with Prof. Dunlavy as prin-
cipal and a full corps of teachers
reported for duty. As to who is the
legal clerk of the board will soon
be decided by the supreme court
In the meantime the school it is hop
ed will progress without friction.
For Mitchell, Oct. 14.
For Power & Eyeitone, Oct. 15.
For J. O. Thorp, Oct. 16.
For Fiscus, Oct. 18.
For W. E. Cox, Oct. 19.
For Fields & Bickford, Oct. 22.
For Mere, near Luther, Oct. 21.
For Danials, Oct. 23.
For Brake, near Bristow, Oct. 24
For Ross Bassett, Oct. 25.
For Featherston, Oct. 29.
For Oard Bro. Oct. 31.
A. L. Hudiburg, Auctioneer.
Avoid Sedative Cough Medicines.
If you want to contribute directly
to the occurance of capillary bron
chltis and penumonia use cough med
icines that contain codine, morphine,
heroin and other sedatives when you
have a cough or cold. An expector
tant like Chamberlin's Cough Rem.
edy is what is needed. That cleans
out the cuiture beds or breeding
places for the germ diseases. That
is why pneumonia never results from
a cold when Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is used. It has a world
wide reputation for it cures. It con-
tains no morphine or other sedative.
For sale by all Druggitts — (Adv.)
School opened Monday. The at-
tendance was not large compared
with a year ago, as many did not
know that school would open.
Co. Supt. Rawdon visited our
schools for a short time Monday
morning. It is not often that we are
favored with a visit from him so
early in the term.
There were many visitors at our
opening Monday which shjws the in-
terest taken in the schools.
Miss. Amy Bucic will review the
10th grade this year. She intended
to take the 11th grade until this
grade was dropped. We are glad
Mtes Amy is to be in school.
The three new teachers take hold
of their work nicely. We are certain
they are to give us good work. They
board with Mrs. Montgomery which
assures them a good home during
their stay in Carney.
We want the public to visit our
schools often. It would be good to
get acquainted with the teachers and
the nature of the work done.
All the members of the school
board were present the first day of
We miss our last year's janitor,
Clarence Austin, very much. Mr.
Austin always kept everything in
good shape and took great interest
in the school.
City Meat Market
HALL & KELLEY, Props.
The best meats obtainable
always on hand.
WE SOLICIT YOUR TRADE.
Highest price paid for Hides.
THOMAS R. MARSHALL.
For Corporation Commissioner—
For United States Senator—
ROBERT L. OWEN.
WM. H. MURRAY.
JOE B. THOMPSON.
Foe Congressman, First District—
JOHN J. DAVIS.
For State Senator, Long Term— '
CHAS. f. BARRETT.
For State Senator, Short Term—
L. C. EDONDSON.
For Representative, Dist. No. 1 —
m. f. mcclain.
For Representative, Dist. No. 2—
For County Judge-
H. M. Garrett.
J. M. Gardner.
For County Attorney—
For Clerk of the District Court-
For County Treasurer—
S. U. Silverthorn.
For County Clerk-
J. M. Murray.
For Register of Deeds-
For County Assessor—
T. J. Hinchy.
For County Weigher—
For Commissioner 1st Dist-
Robt. a. Morrow.
Commissioner 2nd District-
Economy is the Road to Wealth.
The truest economy is buying:
where you can depend on the reli-
ability of the merchandise bought—
where you are certain of the price
being the lowest for the quality of
goods you get.
We guarantee our goods to be j |
j: exactly as represented, and you;
:: always get one hundred cents worth
of good merchandise for your dol-
lar at our store.
We want your trade.
0. A. McCOWN.
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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/m1/3/: accessed November 17, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.