The Caddo Herald
June 20, 1913
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Bat Lane was in town Saturday.
Tandy Dillard was in town Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Turnbull were in Caddo Monday.
J. W. Crutchfield was a Durant visitor last Friday.
Miss Adeline Robinson of Atoka is visiting Miss Jo Clower.
Miss Emise Folsom left Wednesday for Denison to visit friends.
J. E. Davis, consulting engineer, had business in Milburn Tuesday.
Oscar Driver was over from Madill last Thursday for a few hours.
Mrs. C. D. Robinson and children visited relatives in town Saturday.
Miss Katie Adams from Blue, Dale Farth, visited relatives in Caddo last week.
Mrs. A. B. McCoy has returned from a month’s visit to relatives at Wynnewood.
Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Turner and children visited relatives in Durant last Friday.
Miss Edyth Bell left Friday for Kingfisher where she will spend the summer with her aunt.
Mrs. Nellie Burk of Kingfisher, Okla. was here last week visiting her sister, Mrs. S. W. McFarland and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bilbo arrived home Sunday in their new Cole car, making the trip from Denver in less than a week.
Mrs. A. M. Smith of Eufaula, came down Saturday to spend a few days with her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. B. McCoy.
Bert Ray, the hustler for Ray’s Realty Co. was elucidating in Durant last Monday. If business don’t come to Bert, he goes to it.
Spirella Corsets are made to measure. A trained corsetiere is at you service. Either phone or send post card to Mrs. B. E. Homer.
Mrs. C. E. Blessing is in Bennington this week playing for and otherwise assisting in a revival meeting conducted by Rev. G. A. Marvin.
Prof. and Mrs. E. O. Shaw visited friends here the first of the week. The professor has been elected principal of the high school at Durant.
Sam Maytubby returned Sunday from attending Washington & Lee University at Lexington, Va. He has finished his course and will practice law in Caddo.
Family washing at 5c per pound, called for and delivered. Try my laundry once and you are sure to come again. J. R. Bryant.
Frank P. Semple is making extensive and modern improvements to his home just south of town. When this is completed he will have one of the nicest homes in the county.
The writing school closed last Saturday. The prize winners were: Miss Helen Thedin and Miss Winnie Keith for best writing; H. D. Keith for the greatest improvement.
Mrs. D. A. Folsom went to Oklahoma City Saturday to visit her son, John Folsom. She was accompanied by Mrs. M. A. Franklin who will visit friends in Topeka and Kansas City.
For Sale- My place corner Harlan and McPherren streets. This is exceptionally good property and is offered at a close price. Apply to Mrs. A. E Folsom, at home of W. F. Clower until Monday.