Carney Enterprise. (Carney, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, April 30, 1915 Page: 2 of 12
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CARNEY. OKLA, ENTERPRISE
PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS"
k Western Canada Farmer
Writes as to Conditions,
A. 0 Han ten U a firmer iirinj c ar
Claret, Haak., and u an old resident
of Minnesota, taket itronj; eictp'.ion
to •om's of th*> articlea app<eaRC5
American papyri du parang ths true
conditions in Western Canada. The
"Cottonwood Current' of Cottonwood,
Minn., an Important weekly pajwr l&
the southwestern part of the state, re-
cently published a letter from Mr
Hansen, which is Interesting reading
In his letter Mr. Hansen makes a
splendid case for Western Canada
•gainst tho«f) who seek to deter farm
ers In the Btales from settling In Can-
ada He says:
"The district In which we lire is a
fair comparison to any other district
In the country, made up mostly of set-
tlers from the States. The majority
here consists of Americans from Min-
nesota, fowa and the Dakotas, with a
few Canadians arid an odd English-
man. We have been here eleven years,
ever since this part of the country was
settled, and the majority have done
well If they have not, It is certainly
not the fault of the country.
"There has not been a crop failure
In this district since settled. This
year was the poorest, caused by lack
of rain, although a fair estimate of
wheat Is about twelve bushels per
acre, average, and oats about ten.
Home farmers got as much as twenty-
five bushels of wheat per acre, and we
all got good priced.
"The laws of Canada are nearly the
same as those of Minnesota, and we
enjoy the same privileges.
"80 far as the European war Is con-
cerned, we suffer to a certain extent
as all the world does Canada Is giv-
ing a helping hand to her Mother
Country, and we American-Canadians
firmly believe it Ip Canada's duty to
do so. I have not heard one Ameri-
can-Canadian who has expressed a dif-
ferent opinion. Canada is not com-
pelled to send her soldiers. The serv-
ice rendered Is all voluntary service
"The accusation that old nettlers are
considered undesirable citizens and
are forced out of buslneHS, even In
danger of being 'mobbed at their own
fireside,' Is all falso, n mero fabrlca
tlon In the mind of badly Informed
correspondent^ There aro a few who
have been discovered carrying letters
others papers and plans to prove them
spies, and whose object 1« to conspire
against the government. TheRO have
Justly been arrested. Such a clasH of
people cannot bo considered good cltl-
sens, whether living In Canada or in
the United Rtates.
"Rome peoplo aro failures wherever
they are, and as an excuse for failure
In their country It may seem easy to
put the blame on the Canndlan people
and the Canadian government. Fact
Is, thounandH of people from the United
States are emigrating to Canada at
tho present time, which shows they
•re not afraid of tho Canadian govern-
"The government Is giving away,
free of charge, provision through the
winter to farmers In certain districts
afTected by the drought, and Is also
•ending seed grsln to those In need
of help. This Is very different from
driving settlers away from their own
"I have always observed that, the
people who love their Mother Country
most are those who make the best cltl
■ens of their adopted country The
glorious "Stars and Stripes' will al-
ways stand for what Is good and noble
to us, though we live In a neighbor
country where w<> also wnjoy |lf«, lib-
erty and the pursuit, of happiness. ' —
An old fashioned man U, one who
ftcurs tuttle overshoes.
SHOULD BE GOOD FOR WEEKf
Unde- tHe CircnsManns, Maid M.j-it
Be P.eUed Om to "Stay Teat
"Anr yo*i*thinking cf getting mar-
"Have you a graadmotfcer who 1j
in poor health and needs you?"
"Or a rr.arrtesd stater that wants yoa
to take care of. her children V
"Are your parents wealthy, so that
you dont have to work?"
Are you Ilke!y*to be offered a posi-
tion in the choru-aand decide to go on
"Nothing like that."
' Is there any possibility that you
will be offered a. position in a down-
"I think not."
"Then I shall be glad to have you
come to work for me as maid. You
ought to stay the week out at least."
—Detroit Free Press.
A GRATEFUL ACKNOWLEDGMENT,
Mr. F. C. Case of Welcome I^ake,
Pa., writes: "I suffered with Back-
ache and Kidney Trouble. My head
ached, my sleep was broken and un-
refreshlng. I felt
heavy and sleepy
after meals, was
and tired, had a
bitter taste in my
mouth, was dizzy,
specks before my
Mr F C Case eye8' was always
. F. C. Case. thJrBtjr> had a
dragging sensation across my loins,
difficulty in collecting my thoughts
and was troubled with short-
ness of breath. Doddt Kldnej Pills
have cured me of these complaints.
You are at liberty to publish this let-
ter for the benefit of any sufferer who
doubts the merit of Dodds Kidney
Doddt Kidney Pills, 50c. per box at
your dealer or Dodds Medicine Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y. Dodds Dyspepsia Tab-
lets for Indigestion have been proved.
GOc. per box.—Adv.
Parks—So you are getting your
new suit from Snlpps. He isn't
much of a tailor.
Poorpelgh—I know he Isn't much of
a fitter, but he's so nearsighted he
can't recognize a man ten feet away.
Patient—Hut why Is this operation
Doctor—To find out If It Isl
Also, one can discover some signs
of tho foot and mouth disease In a
, *s P°ss:: ■- there is a woman in this country who con-
tinuesto suffer without giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege-
t a Die Corn pound atrial after all the evidence that is con-
tinue..y being' put.ished, which proves beyond contradic-
tion that trus grand old medicine has relieved more suffer-
ing among women than any other one medicine in the world ?
\\ e have published in the newspapers of the United States
more genuine testimonial letters than have ever been pub-
lished in the interest of any other medicine for women —
and every year we publish many new testimonials, all gen-
uine and true. Here are three never before published:
From Mrs. 5. T. Richmond, Providence, R. I.
Providence, R I.—u For the benefit of women who suffer as I havn
rlone I uwh to state what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
clJin dS^t.mf.Sd *??e hTT UfPng and the doctor said ifc
caused a displacement I have always been weak and I overworked
tratLnim whifh f ^Han<J mflammation set in, then nervous pros-
blt vSi f 1 ild re£Over until I had taken Lydia E. Pink-
Compound. The Compound is my best friend and
when1 hear of a woman with troubles like mine I try to induce her
& T- 84 Progress Avenuej
From Mrs. Maria Irwin, Peru, N.Y.
Peru, N.Y.—" Before I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
n Wa'? lrre^ular an(i had much pain. I had lost three
children, and felt worn out all the time. This splendid medicine
as nothmg eLse had done, and I am thankful every day
tiut 1 took it. —Mrs. Maria Irwin, R.F.D. 1, Peru, N.Y.
From Mrs. Jane D. Duncan, W. Quincy, Mass.
andled(?ZNpHr,5AfS'~''iThe doctor said that I had organic trouble
saw LvdS ltu ^ a long time and I did not get any relief. I
f'r,^1118 Vegetable Compound ad-
finli^d tZ fir PwMaDdTf0Un(1 rdlcf lM'fnre 1 hafl
thro Ldi mtSu rf01 1 contmued taking it all
woiiru, Yt /l f and arV!ow a str,in& healthy
Woman and earn my own living."-Mrs. Jane I>.
I>cncan, forest Avenue, West Quincy, Mass.
RTTrlte to LTDTA E. PINK HAM MEDrCIVF TO
(CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, MASS., for ad vice"
tterwill be opened, read and answered
*>y a woman and held in strict coniideuce?
"I have It In for Smith."
"I heard you were out with him."—
Membership In the Don't Worry
club la confined exclusively to men
and It is very small.
MEN'S *2.50 *3 *3.50 *4.00 *4.50 *5 $5.50 SHOES
WOMEN'S *2.00 *2.50 *3.00 *3.50 & *4.00 SHOES
BOYS * 1.75 *2 *2.50 *3.00 MISSES' *2.00 & *2.50
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY
WEARING W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES
W. I. Douglas .linn* are muds of the best domestic and imported
lenthors, on the latest models, carefully constructed by the most
•i.port lint and pattern maker, ill thin country, Wo other nutk.
of ritual price*, can compete with IV. f, . Douglas shoes for style
workmanship and quality. An comfortable, easy walkiur 'i
shoes they are unsurpassed. A
as other makes costing •*.00 to ft.voo.
M.50 shoos eouipnro favorably with
other make, costing m, (mi t„ m.ihi. ,
there are many men anil women wear |
■ Illicit. Commit tliem ami they will tell I
Itougliis .hoe. cannot be excelled fori
I Bt' _ _ . _
The ft.i>() and
Htnmpml on the bottom.
rloe paid for thi _
tbolr value ami protoo«e<i the wearer
horrver you live
j; W I„l)ouL.|Ui
you that W, 1*
is constantly growing in favor because i
Does Not Stick to the Iror
and it will not injure the finest fabric. Foi
laundry purpose sit has no equal. 16 oz.
package 10c. 1-3 more starch for same money,
DEHANCE STARCH CO., Omaha, Nebraskf
If you could visit the
W. L. Douglas factory
at Brockton, Ma.a.,
and see how carefully
the (hoes are made,
and the high grade
leathers used, yon
would then under-
stand why they look
and fit better, hold
their shape and wear
longer than other
makf.4 for the pt-lce.
W. L. Doucln.
•hoes nr. sold
^itorei In the
t large cltl.*
worth Hi. prim, tml.l for thi<m. For 3C yoars W I,. Dou.liu has
Itiinr.numl tli' lr valun nml pniieetnt th. wrairer nitaliint hlith I
lirlom tjr jntorlor hoo. by h.ylnit Inn NAMK ANI) I'llK K ]
m .inpetl on the bottom tmtore tlioy leave thn fwio.-y. l>o not I
t>o twauwlMl m tAku lume othar umka cl.lmml t.i be )u«t an
load. You are ti.ytni yuur monoy und are .milled to the lint.
It jrour dealer oannot supply ynu. write fur Illus-
trated fiatnloic aliowliiK how to order liy mall.
W. L Itougiaa, aiti Spark Kt„ Brookton, Mass.
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Herbert, H. S. Carney Enterprise. (Carney, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, April 30, 1915, newspaper, April 30, 1915; Carney, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc87989/m1/2/: accessed January 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.