The Carter Express. (Carter, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 47, Ed. 1 Friday, February 11, 1921 Page: 4 of 8
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THE CARTER EXPRESS
“BEFORE THE WHITE MAN CAME”
(Doiitinued from lasu week)
The Wolf tries to bai ter for her but is refused,then he and his
braves takes the war path against the Crows, and while the Crow
varriers are off on a hun for buffalo the Sioux raid their tepee
village, kill their aged Chief. Great Bear, and abduct Chc-Wee-
Na, and carry her off.
During a n'ght camp enroute, she makes her escape, kills the
horse guard and rides away, pursued by the Wolf and J'lis follow-
ers, her pony falls, she climbs a steep wall, rolls down upon them
and gets away, she is latm captured by a hunting party and
carri id to their village, she feigns insanity, and as is the custom
with thcB Indians, is Ireated with the greatest respect.
Big Elk, the Hero, upon his return to his village is chosen
as Chief of the Crows to succeed Great Bear, and with his ward-
ers seeks vengeance.
(Continued next week)
This picture will be shown here Feb. 22.
Majestic Theatre, Carter, Okla.
Physician & Surgeon
Res. Phone 63. Office 51.
The Elmco Feed Grinder
and Belt Attachment
Can be attached and detached in
less than one minute. Grinds 40
bushels per hour at small cost.
J. F. DRAPER, Agent, Route A, Sayre
Representing Beckham and
Roger Mills Counties
F. W. HOLMES
I Dr. Margaret 1. MacKenzie j
Jeweler & Optometrist 1
All repair work received by
mail promptly attended to. j
Graduate and Post Graduate
of Carver College.
Mr. and Mrs. Capps have been !
on the sick list.
M. W. Prcskilt is spending the
winter in southern Texas fo*thej
benefit of his health.
Milton, the little son of J. D.
Carter and wife, has been on the
Leona Cain wa3 absent at
school last week as a result of
Mrs. Hogan and children visit-
ed her daughter Mrs.Cuba Ward,
who was sick, Friday.
Sex Foust and wife visited
Cleve Jones and wife Sunday.
A singing was given Tuesday
night at the home of A. O. Cain
in honor of Pinkney Denton and
T. J. Hogan lost a good pony
mare a few days ago as a result
of pneumonia of the animal.
A letter from A. J>nes of
Christine, Texas, stated that his
brother, J. D. Jones, arrived the
night before and that they were
all going down to the gulf the
A letter from Mrs. Dola All-
mon of Yukon, stated that she
and Mr. Allinon had both been on
the sick list but were convales-
cent now; also that there had
been lots of sickness up there but
had abour subsided.
No preaching at Zion Chapel
next Sunday as the pastor will
be away holding a revival meet-f I
ing near Clinton. Will lili h.s
regular apuointment second Sun-
day in March.
Misses Artie Stowers and Le-
ona Cain visited Clara Street
Che Shadow ofI/ie
J. M. DENBY
Physician and Surgeon
Phone Res. 56. Office 26.
Offtce With Rexall Drug Store
DR. «J. D. MOON
Office Over Rexall Drug Store
Office Phone,No. 533. Res. No. 11.
D. H. LUSK’S
Transfers on everything
to any part of town. You
pay only according to
what you have hauled.
J. M. BREEZE
And Repair Shop
Will be glad to have you call
around at any time, ani. will
appreciate your patronage.
Young Jersey milc'i ciw for
sale, fresh now, with young
heifer c. If.— L. ?. McCubbin.
Jhe Carter Express G. C. MITCHEL
Published ever Friday at Carter, Okla.
Geo. W. Cain, Editor and Owner.
Entered at the Carter, Oklahoma,
Tostoffice March 25th, 1910, as second
class mail, under the act of March 3,
Subscription price $1.50 per year in
Zone one. All outside of Zone ono $2 00
All Kinds of Insurance
If you are interested in any kind of Cemetery Memorial
BUY DIRECT FROM THE QUARRIES
and save the profits of the yards and their agents’ com-
missions. All kinds of Granite and Marble in stock. Write
us and we will call with samples, Etc. *
PELLOW BROS., QUARRY OWNERS
The books of few authors ever
achieve a sale of 1,000,000 copies.
Fewer still are the authors who live
to see such popularity. Yet this tal-
ented daughter of the Empire state
has lived to see it and the end is not
yet, for she continues to write and
sales Bhow no diminishment. It all
started with “Tess of the Storm
Country.” That story made the for-
tune of a magazine for women which
ran it serially. Moving picture pro-
ducers and players have also gained
fame and fortune through it. A later
romance, “The Shadow of the Shel-
tering Pines,” has another sweet,
charming, pathetic little heroine very |
much like "Tess.” We propose that i
our readers shall become acquainted
with her and shall reproduce the |
story serially. Keep your eyes open I
for the first installment.
* jT^HIS is a new story of the Storm
E Country, that magic land of mystery
X and romance where readers first made
the acquaintance of “Tess.” Many will
remember how they laughed with her and at
her, and how they cried over her.
“Tess” brought fame and fortune to Mary
Mrs. White has created a new heroine in
this story and has placed her in the same
surroundings — the mysterious, lawless squab-
ters of Cayuga lake.
Characters, plot and variety of incident, make
it a narrative of compelling charm.
Selected on account of its great qualities of
interest and appeal to all readers, as a serial
for these columns.
Don't Fail to Read It!
This, the latest story by this famous writer
begins in this issue of the EXPRESS. Be sure
End read the first number, then you will want
to read the rest.
If your subscription has expired send in your
renewal so you will get all the story as well as
l oar heme town happenings.
Money b-ek withoir que,t on
If HUNT’S Salvo foilo In thj
treatment of ITCH, ECZEMA.
RINQWOKM, TETTER or
othar Itching ekin dloccoec.
Try a 75 cent ho* cl o-r r._k.
E. L Fay, Pharmacist.
Money h^ck without qucction
If HUNT’S Salve fails in the
treatment of ITCH, ECZEMA,
RINGWORM, TETTER or
other itching skin diseases.
Tsy a 75 cent box at our risk.
E. L. r f }-, I hr irr ac st.
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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/m1/4/: accessed May 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.