The Carter Express. (Carter, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 47, Ed. 1 Friday, February 11, 1921 Page: 1 of 8
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The Carter Express.
VOL. 11. No. 47.
CARTER, BECKHAM COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, FEB. 11. 1921.
GEO. W. CAIN, EDITOR.
AN AWFUL WASTE OF MONEY
It is certainly scandalous to see the way some of you
farmers leave machinery, tools and vehicles standing aiound
in the fields and barnyards. You certainly must know
that it is an ‘‘awful waste of money" because rot and rust
will put any machine.on the "blink” a good deal quicker
than the wear and tear of actual use.
Come now, What's the^ use of waiting any longer?
You know you need them and you know the cost of lumber
has taken the toboggen downward as well as Cotton and
Wheat, it is nothing compared with the havoc wrought with
your machinery without them.
Just step in and let us tell you the cost of material.
We have a full line of stoves and all accessories to put
them up with and most everything in builders hardware.
©THE A.C M.CO.
Helphi Service Always
W. C. WILLIAMS, Mgr. CARTER, OKLA
Elk City Steam Laundry
MRS. W. E. WRIGHT (Telephone)
“HANDLES THE SERVICE”
ROUGH DRY FAMILY WASHING
ri at UfHDR/ Bed linens, table linens, towels and etc., washed J
I LA I If UltlV’and ironed beautifully. g
itrrvnir ¥7 .1 !_______1___] .nlU. unfar 100 IW»r Cfint S
FINISH WORK. Everything washed in zolite water, 100 per cent |
soft, makes beautiful work. •
t, mattes Deauuiui yvuir. *
Frank McDonald, son of Luther
McDonand and wife, underwent
an operation at the.r home on
Thursday of last week to remove
Although the day was cold
and windy Monday afternoon a
good sized crowd gathered at
the home of Mr. T. B. Davis and.
Thursday oi iasi ween tv ine nume m,. .. —--------
a gathering of pus in one of Uis ^ witnessed the demonstration and
legs, which was broken and the! heard the lectures on the prun-
bone badly shattered several. jng an(i grafting of fruit trees
years ago. The Teg has given , and Brape vines. Those present
Frank considerable trouble at report that the demonstration
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different times since the accident.
Mr. W. E. Wright, Carter Tel-
ephone exchange manager, and
hotel proprietor, is installing a
new, up to date lighting plant
at his hotel.
was very interesting and much
knowledge was gained on the
subject. There were more than
forty presfent and had the day
been a favorable one there would
have been a larger crowd.
Mr. John Jarrell made a trip
to Dill City Tuesday.
Mrs. W. B. Stewart went down
to Tipton Saturday to visit her
Mr. Lum Ridley made a trip
over to Bristol, Okla., on Friday
of last week.
Mrs. L. H. Rowsey left last
Thursday to visit relatives at
Wichita Falls, Denison and Leon-
Roy Hunt and wife are here
from Hinton, Okla. visiting with
his father. Mr. W. E. Hunt, and
family. Roy has sold out his
garage business at Hinton.
Mares For Sale
I have four good mares for
sale.—G. f. Reeves.
L. G.Throckmorton and family
came in from Amarillo last week
to see his father, Grandpa
Throckmorton, who has been
very ill for several days and is
still reported at this time to be
in a very critical condition. His
other children residing in differ-
ent parts of the country have
been notified by wire of his seri-
The next time you need some
flour try the "Pride of 11am-
mon,’’a guaranteed flour made;
Mesdames Lillie Clancy and
Opal Ridley left last Friday for
Oklahoma City, for a visit of
several days with their brother,
Harold Finch, and wife.
DR. A S B U R V
■. Margaret 1. MacKenzie
Phone No. 79 ,
Carter, : : : Okla.
mon, a guaranieeu uuul mauci C. W. Gould was here a while
by the Co-Operative Association, j from Elk City, last Friday.
For sale by Carter grocers. j The next time you need some
Ben Day was down from But- f’our try the ‘‘Pride of Ham-
ler on Friday of last week see-J mon," a guaranted flour made
Old Si Chestnut said: "My foresight is never
as good as my hindsight—not by a darned sight."
We are all troubled that way more or less.
Foresight usuaiiy pain is a rosy picture that hind-
sight proceeds to smear with a very drab tint.
If we knew what was going to happen even 24
hours ahead, we would all be rich. But we don t
know. The only way to judge the future is by
the past. The men who work and save, get ahead,
' especially when they keep their money at our
Bank. Try this plan.
1 Eogland-Loomis Mercantile Co. |
f This is the time of the year when you should let the hens and g
S COWS make your living. Come in and let us sell you a Safety g
Hatch Incubator, or a
PRIMROSE CREAM SEPARATOR g
Will make you easy terms on a a
First State Bank
The best separator there is.
SPECIAL DISCOUNT ON DRY GOODS
A Complete Line—For Everybody
All bills due the first of each
month. Unless paid by the first
of each month no further credit
will be given.
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1 England-Loomis Mercantile Co. |
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Cain, George W. The Carter Express. (Carter, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 47, Ed. 1 Friday, February 11, 1921, newspaper, February 11, 1921; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc956607/m1/1/: accessed May 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.