The Caddo Herald
September 6, 1912
C.W. Binion and daughter, Fay, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lake Brewer last week.
Miss Mary Clinkscales was here from Atoka during the Carnival visiting with friends.
The very latest in jewelry at the Corner Drug Store. Everything to select from.
Miss Margaret Hogan was up from Durant visiting homefolks during the Carnival.
J. A. Vowell returned Tuesday from a month’s trip to his old home at Fulton, Kentucky.
New line of fall hats, shoes, hosiery, shirts, and dress goods just arriving at Huffman’s.
News comes from Mr. Ed Walters in San Antonio that Mrs. Walters is rapidly recovering.
Miss Mary Bell has returned from her vacation and resumed her classes in piano and voice.
Miss Olga Phillips left yesterday for Mounds, Okla. where she will teach school this year.
Mrs. Paul England of Durant, visited her sister, Mrs. R. H. Grassham during the Carnival.
Mrs. P. J. Howe of Denison, visited the family of her son P. W. Howe, in Caddo last week.
We sell Steffins cream, delivered to your home, any part of the city. Bryan County Drug Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Harris of Durant, visited Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Semple during the Carnival.
Mrs. Beula McGuire is visiting her son, Robert and family at Granger, Texas this week.
Post Office Store for school tablets, magazines, stationary, candy, cigars, novelties, pencils.
Ed Howe of Denison was the guest of his brother P. W. Howe in Caddo during the Carnival.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Amsel of Durant were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Siegel during the Carnival.
Miss Mary Bell returned Monday from a most delightful trip to Ft. Worth and other Texas cities.
When it comes to farm loans, A.C. Chaney has the best proposition and gets them through quickly.
Miss Vivian Allen visited relatives in Denison last week. She has begun her fall class in voice and piano.
Mrs. J. O. Hartzog returned Tuesday from spending the summer at Palacios and other Texas points.
J. W. Clark democratic nominee for county attorney of Atoka County, was in Caddo from Caney Tuesday.
W. F. Blakney and B. S. Ellis left Wednesday for Ada to attend the State reunion of Confederate veterans.
Mrs. Will Garner was here from Bokchito during the Carnival visiting her sister, Mrs. W. R. Bowman.
Do you want to borrow money on your farm? See the Oklahoma State Bank. Long time, low interest.
Miss Louis Hays and Miss Vista Slack have returned from their vacations to take charge of their school rooms.
Money! Money! Money to loan on farms, long time, low interest, favorable terms. Robbins & Bennett
Mrs. A. C. Risner was here during the Carnival from Durant visiting her sisters Mrs. Franks and Mrs. Meadows.
Sam Jed left Monday on No. 6 for New York City, where he will spend a few days visiting friends and relatives.
Jas. B. Nelson from Pueblo, Colo. was visiting his sister, Mrs. E. E. Joseph, during the Carnival last week.
If it’s groceries you want we have it. Everything pure and good. Bass Co.
Miss Audra Phillips left last Saturday to take charge of her school at Hanna.
Dr. R. H. Grassham has returned from a two weeks visit to New Mexico.
The W. H. M. Society meets next Tuesday afternoon at the big tent after service. Every member is urged to be present.
Miss Edith Bowers has returned to her home in Lehigh after a two weeks visit to her sister, Mrs. C. C. Semple.
Mrs. A. E. Folsom and Mrs. Josie I. Pate came up from Corpus Christi last week to visit the Carnival and relatives in Caddo.
Miss Phyllis Hancock returned last Friday form Minnesota where an operation was performed on her foot. She is now able to use that member naturally, of which fact her many friends are glad.