The Caddo Herald
June 25, 1926
Liberty News (This was written by my great-grandfather.)
Recent rains were not an unmixed blessing to the farming interests. While it greatly benefited corn, it damage oats considerably and the effect on cotton is questionable.
A fine girl came last week to make her home with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lane. Mother and babe are doing well.
Aunt Nancy Riddle, 87 years old, fell and broke her hip on day last week and is in a serious condition.
E.L. McCreary is carrying the mail this week on route 4, he being the bonded substitute on that route.
C.W. Banta and wife are at home from a visit with their daughter, who lives at Daley. They report a nice trip and plenty of fish while there.
J.R. Payne and wife and J.L. Springer and wife visited friends at Liberty Sunday.
Mrs. Hensley, of near Durant, is visiting friends at Liberty this week.
There will be preaching and Sunday school at Liberty next Sunday evening, beginning at 2pm. Everybody is requested to be present.
C.W. Banta is registrar for Liberty district and the books are now open. Owing to the courthouse fire last winter, every voter will be required to reregister so come at your earliest convenience and attend to this matter.
Mr. Editor, you may tell our friends who are aspiring to office that we are still here and think it time that they were paying us their bi-annual visit, else we may forget them in the August primary.
J.H. Green was with us in Sunday school last Sunday. We hope he will come again.
Mr. and Mrs. W.O. Springer visited B.L. Henninger Sunday.
Some evidence of prosperity is shown in the fact that several parties recently painted their mailboxes. Rufe Bolts