The Caddo Herald
January 28, 1916
Take your laundry to Smith’s barber shop.
That Symphony Lawn at Malone’s is wonderful.
Claude Smith was here Saturday and Sunday from Durant.
St. Clair Homer was a business visitor to Durant Thursday.
Embroidery club meets Wednesday with Mrs. W. L. Harrison.
W. O. Rowsey left Monday to spend a few weeks in Fort Worth.
When you buy that paper to write to your best friend see Malone.
Never was there such a line of writing paper in town as Malone has.
Sam Maytubby was up from Durant to spend Sunday with homefolks.
Three good work horses for sale. H. G. Huffman
Two good fresh milk cows for sale. J. H. McCalman
J. W. Crutchfield has been in Muskogee this week attending Federal court as a juror.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beaty and young son were up from Durant to spend Sunday with homefolks.
Mrs. Mattie Lynch was in Muskogee this week attending the bedside of her sister, Mrs. D. D. Lynch.
Rev. A. P. Johnson preached to a good sized congregation at Franklin schoolhouse Sunday afternoon.
Bring us your chickens and eggs. We have the highest cash market all the time. H. G. Huffman
There will be regular services at the Presbyterian Church next Sunday. S. J. McMurry, pastor.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Semple are the proud parents of a fine boy who came to their home in Durant last Saturday.
The subject of the morning sermon at the Christian church next Sunday will be “Losing the book” and for the evening discourse “the process of conversion”.
Rev. Edwards from Ada will preach next Sunday morning and evening at the Baptist church. All members are urged to come. Others are cordially invited to hear him.
We want to buy a few car loads of bois d’arc in sticks or blocks. Most any size or length will answer. See us about this. The Lingo-Leeper Co.
Attention is called to the farm loan adv. of Bert Ray. Bert is a hustler, has a good company, and if you are needing a farm loan it will pay you to see him.
E. C. Millon and A. U. Thomas from McAlester and Green T. Thompson form Durant were here last Friday attending the director’s meeting of the Security National Bank.
J. H. Green of San Antonio, brother, and Mrs. Genie Crain of Houston, a daughter , are here attending the bedside of Mrs. T. J. Carraway who is ill at the home of her son Postmaster R. H. Carraway.
Mr. Lloyd Long now has charge of the Prescription Department at the Corner Drug Store. He is a registered Pharmacist by examination. Do not hesitate to bring him your prescriptions. He knows how.
Had some pretty days the first of the week and farmers are getting ready to sow oats. If you’ll only notice it you will find that we have a great many more pretty days than bad ones in the course of a year.
Early Zion was here Monday from Matoy attending to business. While he has announced for sheriff, he says that before he puts much time into the race he must plant his crops. His friends are always glad to see him.
Just received a car of Big C and Red Seal flour. Get my prices before you buy. H. G. Huffman