Carney Enterprise. (Carney, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, January 30, 1914 Page: 3 of 8
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BY H. S. HERBERT.
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local news notes .
Break that cough and cold with
Clamberlain's Cough Remedy.—if.
Rev. Southard has been deliver-
i ig some inter-sting discourses at the
baptist church this week.
A daughter wis born to Dr. and
Mrs. W. H. Kingman of Coalton,
Mrs. J. M. Howell left Wednes-
day to visit her parents at Hallett,
and J. M. says he feels like an or-
Alfred Hamilton near Fallis, will
hold a sale on February 5, of horses,
mules, cattle, farm tools and house-
The Sunday school convention to
be held here Sunday, will no doubt
be an interesting cccasion, and the
Auditorium will no doubt be tilled
1 J.W. Jewett's sale Tuesday .south-
east of town, drew a fairly good
crowd and stock ana other things
offered brought satisfactory prices
The candy carnival given by the
girls, and the oyster supper served
by the la lies of the M. E church
last Saturday, was successful. They
G. W. Dunlavy will hold a pub-
lic sale at his farm 2 1-2 miles south-
west of Carney next Monday. Sev-
eral head of cattle, horses and mul^s
farming tools, etc., will be offered
Having to do all the type setting
on the paper, besides the job work,
• the many other things about a print
■hop, gives us little time to gather
news, and besides it throws uj late
in issuing the paper.
A team belonging to Mr. Saddler
broke loose from where it was hitch-
ed on lower Main street Saturday
and went sailing up the street in the
direction of home. Nothing damaged
but the wagon slightly.
Ben Dickerson. a r.egro man, was
lynched near Noble, Okla., Tuesday
morning. He confessed to hold-
ing up and robbing W. A. Chaf-
fin at Oklahoma City and afterwards
killing him. He confessed before
be was hung.
To any •boyor girl who wants to
get a business education, we can sill
them a scholarship in the Cap-
ital City Business College at Guth-
rie and save them Money.
The man who is placed on a ped-
estal must take a certain amount of
pride in hit very loneliness.
Sunday Schoo Convention.
Program f the Sanday School
Convention to be h«ld in the Audito-
rium at Carney, Sunday, February
Is', 1914, commencing at 10a. m.,
Song s rvice, led by the Carney
Devotional set vice, led by Rev. J.
Welcome addresB, by Prof.G. W.
Response, by Wallace Linton.
Some Thoughts on Teacher Train-
ing, by Rev. J. L. Caldwell.
Song, by Carney Sunday Schools
Reports of Sunday Schools
Mission Work, by A. L. Hudiburg.
Song, Oak Grove Sunday School.
Song, Carney Sun jay Schools.
Prayer, Rev. Southard.
The Convention to be taken charge
of by an experienced person in Sun-
day School work, to be chosen by
the county or state Sunday Scho0
Association, who will arrange the
Convention into a Sunday School,ap-
point teachers, and have the entire
work of conducting a Sunday School,
including the teaching of the.lesson,
performed in '.he most approved way
Everybody's Query Box. Ques
tions to be answered by the person
chosen to conduct the Sunday School
Song, Lone Star Sunday School
Adult Work, by Grant Mitchell
Solo, by Mary Shattuck.
Home Visitation, by Eugene West
Song, Mt. Vernon Sunday School
Removing Broken Glass, by Al-
mira W. Straughen.
Report of committee on next pro-
When and where shall meet'next.
The Lord's Prayet.
Bring your dinners and enjoy a
feast of food as well as wit at the
H. E. Straughen,
High School Notes.
Irl Atkins enrolled in Room 4
Room 2 and Banister played vol-
ley ball at that place Friday. Room
2 was victorious. The score was
21 to 12.
The E L. S program was wit-
nessed by Mesdames Dodd aud West
and Mr. Dodd.
Mr. Hadley visited in Room 1
Chapel was conducted by Room
4 Friday morning.
We are sorry to hear that "Bunk-
um," our intellectual pup, was kill-
ed by the train Friday morning.
Miss Hadley went home Friday
afternoon. Katharine Lyone sub-
stituted in her place
The Literary societies will not
render another program until the
The 10th grade had an examina-
tion in algebra last week.
Has your theme been filed this
Myrtle West acted socretary Fri-
day afternoon for the program
We wish to thank Mrs. Palmer
tor me new songs to be used in the
The Rev. Irl R. Hicks 1914 Al-
The Rev. Irl R Hicks 1914 Al-
manac is now ready and will be mail
eri prepaid for only 35c. Professor
Hicks' fine magazine, Word and
Works, for one year, and a copy of
this Almanac for only one dollar.
The plain lessons on astronomy, and
the correct forecasts of storms,
drouths, blizzards and tornadoes,
make these publications a necessity in
every home in America. Send to
the Word and Works Publishing
Company, 3401 Franklin Avenue,
gt Louis, Mo.
Birthday Part '
January 28, 1914, being Mary
Shattuck's 13th birthday, a host of
her friends met at her home and
gave her a complete surprise. A
2 course luncheon was served at 9:30
The following were present; Ro-
ma Pendergraft, Katie Balch. Cecile
Dodd, Jame6 Deer,Mary Lyons, Jen-
nie Wright, Katharine Lyons, Geo
Stump, Rease Deer, Johnnie Phipps,
Dickie Lyons, Walter Eyestone, Per-
cy Howard, Dessie Dowty, Oma
and Edna Johnston, Jessie Hall, Ce-
cil Dean, Vernie Robertson, Jeff An-
derson, Althea Howard, Johnnie
Munds, Mildred Wilcox, Russell
Hamner, Enid Dean, Merl Deming,
Reta Brewer, Ray Robertson, Maud-
ella Bartlow, Eunice Davis, Merl
Robertson, Una Wilson, Lennie An-
derson, Eloora West, John Patton.
"Thir," said the thoughtful dam-
sel to the postoffice clerk, "my hands,
as you thee, are filled with bundles.
May I trouble you to attach thitb
stamp to thith letter ?"
The clerk was tired and cross.
"Do you suppose the postoffice de-
partment has nothing to do but stick
an stamps?" he growled.
"Of course, I didn't expect you to
■tick it on," Baid the smiling dam
gel. "I thought you'd put it on
with a spike and a triphammer."
Whereupon the clerk grinned and
*My son has managed to
get up enthusiasm over the opening
of the Panama canal."
"Yes; he admits he never saw any
fring bigger than that in vaude-
ville."— Kansas City Journal.
IMS IDE INFORMATION.
"And did yon crar seek the man?"
we asked the gfflee.
"Otoe* «r twm," npLnd the aflbe.
"But. I found kin waiting entaid*
To tt|c Progressives of Lineoln
In pursuance,to a call heretofore
issued by the Progressive State Com-
mittee, we the undersigned hereby
call a Progressive County Conven-
tion to meet at the Court House in
the City of Chandler February 21st.
1914, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m.
to select twenty-five (25) delegates
to attend the Progressive State Con-
vention to be held at Oklahoma City
on the 25th day ot February and to
transact such other business as may
personally come before said Con-
Voters will meet at their regular
voting precincts on the 19th day of
February, 1914. at the hour of 2
o'clock p. m. of said day to select
delegates to attend the County Con-
vention to be held at Chandler on
the 21st day of February.
Each of the following precincts
are entitled to elect delegates as fol-
North Ponca 3, South Ponca 3
North Pawnee 3, South Pawnee 6
Noith Osage 5. South Osage 3. North
Cimarron 2 Middle Cimarron 7 South
Cimarron 1 North Iowa 5 South
Iowa 6 Tohee 8 West*. Otoe 2 East
Otoe 4 Union 10 North Fox 8 South
Fox 8 North Keokuk 5 South Ke-
okuk 8 Chandler Townshop 9 Mid-
lothian 1 East McKinley 4 West
McKinley 4. Wellston Township 7.
Bryan 5. North Wichita 10. South
Wichita 4. W- North Choctaw 3-
E. Choctaw 4. South Choctaw 9.
North Seminole 7. South Seminole
8. North Creek 10 South Creek
10. Kickapoo 7. Sparks 4. Agra
4. Fallis 3.- Carney 2 North
Stroud 7. South Stroud 4. Dav-
enport 3. Wellston (town) 5.
Prague 10. Tryon 2. Meeker 4.
Chandler, Ward 1 7. Chandler,
Ward 2 5. Chandler, Ward 3 3.
Chandler, Ward 4. 4.
D. J. Norton.
S'.ate Ccmn itteeman.
Joe Pomeroy, Chairman
County Central Committee.—Adv.
Bring Your Cream
to the first door north of
McCown's grocery store.
Mrs. Bertha Odell.
nil WUi Mid Hit) >Unde
These r« the thins* which
will make • men of your boy.
Keron hie llrety Internet end whole-
*fme development by giting luni
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