The Caddo Herald
June 5, 1925
Fresh meat at Hancock’s is fresher.
Battery work guaranteed by City Garage.
Clyde McCreary was at home last weekend from S. T. C.
Mrs. J. L. Sargent visited her parents in Bokchito Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. Crossett were here a while from Soper Monday.
Please have your laundry on the porch by 9 o’clock pm each Tuesday. Vernon Westmoreland
Dr. J. R. Allen and son James from Healdton, Oklahoma, were here Saturday.
Good vegetable dinner at Sargent’s office Saturday noon for 25c. Given by the Leaguers.
Miss Permelia Rice is one of the many Caddoites who are attending S. T. C. at Durant.
Mr. and Mrs. Q. B. Boydstun were here this week from Ft. Gibson visiting the parents of Quince.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hill are spending some time with relatives in Caddo. They are from Slick, Okla.
Remember the dead. Let me sell you a nice monument. Prices reasonable. See H. V. Westmoreland.
Hancock keeps everything sanitary in his meat market. You may be sure of the best. Phone 12.
Mrs. A. F. Potter returned Sunday from treatment in Durant Hospital. She is doing well at her home north of town.
Guy G. Crossett was able to be brought home from the Durant Hospital yesterday and is rapidly recuperating at home now.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McCreary of Durant spent last week end with homefolks and relatives. Ernest is attending the Normal.
Miss Tommie Powell was taken to Durant Hospital for appendicitis. Reports indicate that she will soon be at home.
Mrs. O. R. Smith, Miss Dot Smith, and Maurice Beck went to Muskogee Monday to attend the Epworth League State Meeting, representing the Caddo League.
Dr. M. A. Linch returned home Sunday from three weeks in the hospital at Sherman. He is fast recovering now at home, his many friends will be glad to learn.
H. C. Green has opened the Midway Café at the Royal Theater and cordially invites his old friends to come there to see him. He serves short orders at all hours.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Aron and two little sons were visiting friends and relatives in Rock Springs community last Sunday. They attended the fifth Sunday meeting at Rock Springs.