The Caddo Herald
December 2, 1910
Of Local Interest
Miss Vista Slack came over from Bee to spend Thanksgiving.
Bring your cotton and corn to Caddo, the best market in Bryan County.
Rev. Young, of Canyon City, Texas, is visiting Charley Ellis in the country.
For Walk Over Shoes, try a pair. Ben Siegel.
Mrs. Mary Hightower is a guest at the Cobb home.
Mrs. O. R. Nicholson is here this week visiting relatives.
E. O. Allen was a Durant business visitor to Durant this week.
See Clinkscales for high grade photo work. Tent on Buffalo St.
Thedin’s place is full of toys and presents for the little ones, and also for the grown-ups.
J. H. Williams was here from Durant Monday.
Don’t forget to follow the crowd to Thedin’s.
Mrs. B. E. Homer was a business visitor to Durant Monday.
U. S. Markham had business at the county capital this week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rutherford and children are visiting in Durant.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Slack from Atoka, spent a few days in Caddo.
Claude Smith came in Wednesday from Virginia to spend the holidays.
Thedin’s stock of Fruits, candies, and nuts will be the best in Caddo.
Mrs. L. C. Leflore, of Atoka spent several days in the city this week.
Mrs. G. S. Cobb and daughter Miss Ethel were in Durant Monday shopping.
Floyd Maytubby entertained a number of his young friends last Friday night.
John Malcolm of Sterrett is her visiting his daughter, Mrs. John Walker.
Guy Crossett returned Thursday from a trip to Davis, Sulphur, and Okla. City.