The Caddo Herald
February 3, 1928
Of Local Interest
Henry Braudrick was here this week from Comanche.
Onion plants, onion sets, and garden seed at McGraw’s Grocery.
H. T. Styron was here Monday from Konawa greeting old friends.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Rogers and son from Caney visited Caddo Sunday.
Barred Rock Eggs, 50c per setting. A. E. McCreary, phone 39.
Mrs. I. C. McCoy and son visited I. C. McCoy in Oklahoma City Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Biggers are here from Waxahachie visiting the family of J. P. Rogers.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Semple and children form Durant visited J. T. Petty and family Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Chiles and little daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Chiles in Allen Sunday.
L. W. Hughes was here Monday from Bokchito. He will soon make his announcement for court clerk.
Mrs. Jess Heath and children have returned to their home at Duncan after several week’s visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Clower.
Good Hay to sell, $7.00 per ton at barn. H. T. Chiles.
News came from Allen Tuesday that a fine boy had arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Schwelkhardt. The mother formerly was Miss Aileen Adkins and her many friends here are rejoicing with her.
John L. Sullivan was here from Achille last Saturday. He is a candidate for county superintendent and will make his announcement later. He is a fine school man and one that would make a good official.
Grandma Haddock died last Friday at the home of her son, Joe Haddock, on the Nettelton place three miles west of town. Remains were buried in Caddo Cemetery Sunday afternoon. A large number of neighbors and friends paid respect to this good woman who was loved by all who knew her.