The Carter Express. (Carter, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, August 22, 1919 Page: 1 of 8
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The Carter Express.
CARTER, BECKHAM COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, AUGUST22, 1919.
GEO. W. CAIN, EDITOR.
A Cottage Or Mansion.
But no matter.
Only remember this: When you get
ready to build, let us make you an esti-
mate on your lumber bill before placing
You must remember that coal is going
to be very high, we have a fine stock on
hand, try our famous NIGGERHEAD,
take no substitutes for it is best.
Western Lumber Co,
W. H. CARROLL,
Every family MUST have Groceries.
Most everybody WILL enjoy Cold
Drinks in warm weather.
We have the Groceries and they are
Clean and Fresh and we cordially in-
vite your trade.
We have the Cold Drinks and they
are Cold, Sweet and Delicious, and we
are ready to serve you.
We Solicit Hour patronage
Gould & Ridley.
Ralph Van Buren and Miss
Berta Jones, both residing south-
east of Carter, were united in
marriage Sunday afternoon at
the home of the biide’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Jones, Rev. B.
D. Griggs of Carter, officiating.
The groom is the popular
young son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
S. Van Buren, and who only
recently returned from service
m the U. S. Navy, and is an in-
dustrious and worthy young
man, while'the bride is the ac-
complished young daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Jones of the
Poarch neighborhood, and both
she and her husband have a very
large circle of friend i in the
Poarch community and in and a-
There was a large crowd of
relatives and friends' present at
the marriage who of course en-
joyed the occasion very much.
The EXPRESS joins the many
friends of the happy couple in
extending congratulations, wish-
ing them an abundance of happi-
ness as they journey along
through life together.
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That is what you are always looking for when you go
to purchase your
Dress Goods and Dry Goods
The wide range of Staple and Novelty dress goods in
our stock makes suitable selections an easy matter for
you. We can always show you the latest weaves and
patterns in the popular colors and can satisfy you as
to quality and price. Come in and see for yourself,
we will be more than glad to show you these goods
at any time. ,
THE DIXIE STORE
The Best Place To Buy Dry Goods
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Mrs. J. B. Britton returned
Monday from a visit of a couple
of weeks with relatives residing
C. C. Lewellen returned to
bis work Sunday at Wichita
Falls, Texas, after a week’s stay
with his family here.
Jim Copp and family came in
from Beaver county the latter
part of last week for a visit with
their relatives in this part of the
A go id line of fresh Candies
at the Rexall Drug Store.
Mrs. R. J. Covington of Man-
gum, was here last week and
spent the week end with \\er
daughter, Mrs. L. L. Ambler.
Dr. Margaret I. MacKenzie
Carter, : : : : Okla.
Two baseball games have been
matched between Carter and the
Colony Indian team to be played
here at Carter next Saturday
and Sunday afternoons. Theee
games will doubtless be the most
interesting of the season and are
expected to attract a large crowd
of people to Carter.
The g9me, that was advertised
for last Sunday afternoon here
between Carter and Hammon,
did not take place, owing to the
fact that Hammon called the
game off for some reason.
Charley Breeze and wife re-
turned Monday to their home at
Nocona, Texas, after spending
several days with relatives here.
Elmer Hunt, son of Mr. W. E.
Hunt of Carter, was here Satur-
day and Sunday from Oklahoma
City visiting his father and fam-
ily. Elmer is now recruiting
officer for the U. S. army at
McKinley Ball was operated on
for appendicitis at Elk City on
Thursday of last week. As this
is written, he is reported to be
getting along fine, and his rela-
tives think that be will soon be
FARMERS ELEVATOR CO.
For Your Wheat
When you come into town with your wheat
bring it right to the middle elevator, we will
pay you the highest price that the market will
afford and you will find us always ready to
give you prompt and satisfactory service. Our
elevator is conveniently located right cn Main
Street. Bring us your grain, we will treat you
fair and square.
FARMERS ELEVATOR CO.
J. S. Davis,Mgr.
Mrs. W. R. Fallis was called to
Frederick Saturday to see her
grandchild, Mrs. Jum Davis’ baby
•who has been ill. Mrs. Davis
was visiting her sisfer at Freder-
ick, Mrs. El wood Stone, when the
baby was taken ill.
A good line of fresh Candies
at the Rexall Drug Store.
We have just rereived a line of Waterman’s Fountain
Pens, the kind that you’ll like. Also Shumate Razors
that make your face feel good. Try one, they are guar-
anteed to give satisfaction.
We handle only the purest and best of drugs that we
can buy and will fill your prescriptions with the great-
est of care.
We Solicit *l]our Urade
Rexall Drug Store
RAY & AMBLER, PROPS.
Mr. Hank Green, residing sev-
eral miles southeast of Carter, is
ereciing a pretty new seven room
bungalow on his farm.
DR. A S B U R Y
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Cain, George W. The Carter Express. (Carter, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, August 22, 1919, newspaper, August 22, 1919; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc957040/m1/1/: accessed September 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.