The Caddo Herald
January 7, 1921
H. T. Chiles was in Durant Tuesday.
We will grind your sausage. Hancock Grocery
All kinds of holiday goods at Moran & Meadows
For Sale- A few good milk cows. J. W. Crutchfield
Work goat, wagon, and harness for sale. Jim Wideman
Coffee that is Coffee- Chase Sanborn at Hancock’s.
Lloyd Manning returned to school at Muskogee Monday.
H. W. Braudrick is here from Coalgate visiting homefolks.
Mrs. Elmer L. Craghead solicits your picoting and hemstitching.
Miss Alma Hauer visited friends in Coalgate Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Charleen Hogue returned Saturday to her school at Texarkana.
Ellis Smith returned Friday to his studies at Baylor Medical College.
Miss Fannie Bell Hulsey was up from Calera last week visiting relatives.
Pay cash and pay less at Moran & Meadows.
Mrs. Boland from St. Louis is visiting her son J. L. Boland and family.
Citron, spices, and pie fillings at Moran & Meadows.
We deliver groceries in town without extra cost. Moran & Meadows
Clarence L. Dodd returned Wednesday to his studies at Texas University.
Mrs. A. F. Manning, Misses Jennie and Margaret, visited in Denison, Tuesday.
Bring your hemstitiching and picoting to Mrs. Elmer L. Craghead. She will do it right.
Mrs. Dr. F. E. Rushing of Coalgate, were the guests of Miss Alma Hauer this week.
Misses Marion Naylor and Edith Moore have returned to their work at Collinsville.
Remember Sovereigns tonight. Important business at the Circle. Please be on hand.
Sam Maytubby, Jr., was in Durant Mondays seeing the new county officers take charge.
Mrs. Barlow Roberts of Sherman, spend Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Rathburn.
Groceries are not high if you buy from us where you pay cash and pay less. Moran & Meadows.
Miss Dora Hogan, who spent the holidays here with homefolks, returned to her school at Kemp Sunday.
Mrs. Jim Abney from Ada was here yesterday visiting old friends. She formerly was a citizen of Caddo.
J. A. Moore, W. W. Baxter and A. F. Manning had business before the county commissioners Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Heath of McAlester are here visiting Mrs. Heath’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Clower.
Land Posted- No hunting or trapping on my farms. J. W. Crutchfield
Your hemstitching and picoting done while you wait. Mrs. Elmer L. Craghead
See our adv. with prices. Come to the store and see some more prices. It pays to pay cash. 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.
Mr. and P. L. Rogers and son, Mrs. and Mrs. A. R. Smith and daughter, visited Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Rogers near Tushka, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawson England and children of Durant spent Sunday here with Mr.(?) England’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Pinson.
The Presbyterians will hold services next Sunday morning and evening at the Woodman Hall. Everyone is cordially invited to be present.
The Presbyterian Aid Society will meet with Mrs. Jim Goddard Tuesday, with Mrs. John Petty as leader. Members will pleases be present.
We’re in the hauling business. None too large for us. No job too small for close attention. Phone 34. Sargent Bros.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Slack returned to their home Sunday in Hardwood, after spending the holidays here with their son, V. W. Slack and daughter Mrs. Elmer Craghead.
In mentioning the names of the new county officers on the first page the name of R. F. Pinson, county weigher, was accidently omitted. Mr. Pinson will make a good officer.