The Carter Express. (Carter, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, January 6, 1922 Page: 1 of 8
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GARTER. BECKHAM COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY. JAN. 6. 1922.
GEO. W. CAIN, EDITOR
Mr. J. C. MacKenzie was a
Sayre visitor on Monday.
Miss Sarah Shelton spent last
week with her mother and sis-
ter at Sentinel.
Milton Parks, a former citizen
of Carter, was here from Forgan
one day last week greeting his
many old Carter friends.
Rev. R. E. Locks, pastor of
the Methodist Church, spent the
New Year holidays at Marietta,
hence there was no preaching at
the church here Sunday.
Mr. J. P. Womack and three
sons, former citizens of this part
of the country, came in Sunday
from Okla. City, and were meet-
ing their numerous old Carter
Sherman Smith and family
motored over to Bridgeport last
week and visited with some of
their relatives whom they had
not seen for a number of years.
Reid Biscoe came in from Hap-
py, Texas, Saturday, to join his
wife on a visit with relatives and
old friends here, she having
come on ahead about two weeks
Luther Gamblin and family
left Saturday for Vmarillo, Tex-
as where they will visit his mo-
ther, Mrs. S. L. Gamblin.
Dr. MacKenzie returned the
latter pait of last week from
Oklahoma City where she had
spent a very pleasant visit with
We wish to announce a change in management
for the Western Lumber*& Hardware Co. at
Carter, Mr. Joe S. ftogers taking the pljtce of
Mr. W. C. Williams.
Sunday School, 10 o’clock
Let Us Count On You
Morning Worship 11 o’clock
Subject “Looking Forward”
Epworth Leagued:15 P. M.
Preaching 7 oclock .
Opportunities which coma but once
In making the change we heartily thank our
many patrons for their trade during the time
that Mr. Williams has been in charge of the
business here; and we cordially invite all to
call around and meet Mr. Rogers, who wishes
to enjoy a liberal patronage of the people of
the Carter territory.
The public is cordially invited to all
Raymond Edward Lo<fckst Pastor
We Are Respectfully Yours
Helpful Service Always’
Joe S. Rogers, Mgr
To The Public
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware and Implements
We heartily thank the people of Carter
and surrounding country for their patronage
during the past year, and cordially invite
a continuance of same in 1922.
We wish to thank the public for
the very liberal patronage given us
during the holidays.
It is very encouraging to us to have
you take such an interest in our new
We are trying hard to keep our
stock clean and will carry the best
and most up-to-date line both of No-
tions and drugs that the present hard
Debate Very Interesting
The debate at the Majestic The-
atre Monday night at the regu-
lar social meeting of the Carter
Commercial Club, between Dr.
Adams and Dr. Shadid, was a
very interesting one, and was
heard by a big crowd of attent-
ive people. Both speakers did
extra well, and the big crowd
showed by their close attention
that they were being well enter-
Jack Davis, Pharmacist.
John Fields Coming
Mr. W. M. Preskitt had the | J- W. Folks and family visited
relatives at Elk City last Friday.
Move To Texas
The Daily Oklahoman and Say-
re Headlight both carried write
ups last week of the marriage of
Dr. G. V. McClintic of Sayre, to
Miss Myrtle Rogers of Oklahoma
City. The marriage took place
at Oklahoma City Dec 24th.
Dr. McClintic spends one week
out of each month in Carter, and
has made many close friends a-
mong the people here, both as a
misfortune of getting his arm
broken while cranking his car
16th To Be Big Day In Carter
Mr. D. H. Lusk and wife left
Sunday for their pretty new
home, that they recently purchas-
ed at Kosse, Texas, near Mexia.
Mr. and Mrs. Lusk have lived
in Carter ever since the town
first started, and have many
close friends here, besides their
relatives. The town did not
Mrs. A. A. Allen returned to
her home at Canadian, Texas
Saturday after a pleasant visit
with relatives here.
John Fields, the well known
farmer newspaper man, is billed
to speak in Carter Monday Jan.
A big Community meeting is
being arranged for that day un-
der the auspices of the Farmers
Union Local at this place, and
the Carter Commercial Club, and
Dr. McClintic, Dentist, will be
in Carter Jan. 2nd to 7th, pre-
Dr. Margaret I. MacKenzie
Phone No. 79
have any better or more worthy
citizen and as a dentist. He is
everybody is invited to come and
class Dental work. Watch your
citizens than Mr. and Mrs. Lusk,
and while the people nere regret
very much to see them leave,
they wish them much prosperity
in their new home.
here this week but his bride did
not come with him as she is con-
tinuing teaching in Oklahoma
City. Since he arrived here his
friends have been heartily con-
giatulating him on his happy
bring dinner as public dinner
will be served.
Other speakers besides Mr.
Fields will be here, and there will
be speaking both before noon
and in the afternoon. Make
your preparations to be here.
Watch for further announce-
ments next week.
Auto Repairing ...
Davis & Dyer’s Garage
We are here to do your work in a way that will be satis-
' factory. We believe that we understand the auto repair
business and will give our best attention to all work
brought to our Garage.
The next repair work you need give us a trial.
Garage Phone 55. Residence Phone 38
More Carter Improvements
Ben Waldrop had his big resi-
dence cut into last week and had
same moved out in two different
locations in town and is adding
enough to make two nice dwell-
ings. Ben is figuring on putting
in a brick business house on the
main street location where his
Mayor A. R. Jackson was over
at the county capital Tuesday
looking after business matters.
Lost.—A hay baler tension
wheel, about 6 inches in diame-
ter, lost on r<*ad east or north-
east of Carter. Finder please
iff, was over at Sayre Tuesday return to Mr. Lum Ridley’s res-
looking after court matters. idence or to this office.
DaOis <S- Dyer
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Cain, George W. The Carter Express. (Carter, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, January 6, 1922, newspaper, January 6, 1922; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc956990/m1/1/: accessed November 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.