The Caddo Herald
October 29, 1920
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Costley were up from Durant Sunday.
Groceries- it’s something good we have them. Moran & Meadows
Mrs. Dave Woodward and children visited relatives in Caney the first of the week.
Don’t forget the dinner Saturday given by the Baptist ladies. Bring the whole family.
Mrs. R. W. Braudrick spent last Saturday and Sunday with her brother C. L. Rogers.
LOST- Pair of gold-rimmed eye glasses on way to school. Finder notify Bud Manning.
A.F. Manning has returned from Washington where he attended a meeting of bankers.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Braudrick have returned from Mena, Ark. where they visited relatives.
Take your sewing to Mrs. Powell at 419 Ainsworth St. Reasonable prices. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Miss Juanita Rogers spent the week end here with homefolks. She is one of the teachers at Platter.
The Civic Club will meet November 3rd with Mrs. Isaac McCoy. Let the members please take notice.
The Baptist ladies will serve regular dinner downtown Saturday Oct. 30th and will appreciate your patronage.
Keep your health, eat the best foods. Tell us what you want. Moran & Meadows.
Have a good wood heater that I will sell or trade for coal heater. Only slightly used. Dick Glasscock
Our delivery service is a genuine pleasure to housewives. Moran & Meadows
If you want to see a good picture, or spend an hour pleasantly, drop in at the Royal any night, or when a matinee is on.
Mrs. F. E. Rushing returned Monday to her home in Coalgate after a week end visit here, the guest of Miss Alma Hauer.
The Presbyterian Aid Society will meet November 2nd with Mrs. A.F. Manning. All members are urged to be present.
Mrs. Frank Naylor is visiting her brother in Dallas and while there was taken very ill. She was getting along nicely at last account.
Prof. and Mrs. Shearl Shofner have moved to town, having sold their crop. They are teaching though at Carroll School, going out each day.
If it’s first class coffee you want, we have it. You are invited to inspect our high grade coffee. Moran & Meadows
Rev. W. S. Maddox, a brother of B. F. Maddox, of Caddo, will preach at the Baptist church Sunday morning and night, October 31st. You are cordially invited to hear him.
The Baptist ladies will serve chicken dinner at the building recently vacated by Ewd. Bennett. Dinner served next Saturday. The price is 50c for all you can eat. Patronize the ladies and get a good dinner too.
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Smith and Dottie, C. O. Markham, Mrs. H. W. Braudrick and children, and Mrs. P. L. Rogers went to Folsom Tuesday to attend the funeral of the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Rogers.
Quite a number of Caddo folks went to Durant Friday to hear Vice President Marshall, among them being Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Robinson, Guy Crossett, Jr., J. P. Harmon, Bert Fryer and Tim Galvin.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Rogers died Monday evening at their home near Rock Springs. The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon, conducted by Rev. Naylor. The little rose lived but three weeks in this home, and its sudden departure caused great grief to the fond parents.
Rev. Frank Naylor left Tuesday afternoon for Wagoner to attend annual conference of the Methodist church. He goes with a good record of his charge. It will not be known until Sunday who will be his successor. There will be no preaching services at Methodist church here Sunday, but there will be Sunday School as usual.
Registered Duroc males for sale- have three nice make pigs, 6 months old, weigh about 160 pounds each, exceptionally good length and bone. If you wish to improve your herd, it will pay you to see these fellows. H. T. Chiles
Notice- All persons who are indebted to Dr. Rappolee will please call at B. F. Maddox’s office and settle.