The Caddo Herald
September 7, 1928
Misses Sewell Barber and Beth Moore were Durant visitors last Friday.
Mrs. W. E. McIntosh and Mrs. Pace were Durant visitors last Thursday.
For Sale- 200 gal. sorghum, see L. M. Wood.
Miss Frances Schwartz was in Caddo Monday attending the funeral of Louis Schwartz.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fryer from Allen, Oklahoma, are visiting their daughter Mrs. Claude Nail.
Miss Odessa Faudree was a visitor in Caddo over last weekend. She is now employed in Oklahoma City.
Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Smith are enjoying a week’s vacation with relatives in Chickasha and Comanche Oklahoma.
Mr. and Mrs. John Schwartz were here from Fort Worth, Texas, Monday to attend the funeral of Louis Schwartz.
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Green and family are visiting Caddo for a few days. They are now in their new home in Okmulgee.
Miss Gladys Stevens, little son Harry, and Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Stevens enjoyed an overland trip to Sulphur Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Shofner and children have returned from a two weeks visit in Dallas, Houston, and Galveston, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hancock, Miss Phyllis Hancock, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Parker were visiting in Caddo over last weekend.
Mrs. Harve McGraw and daughters and Miss Mae Ware spent a few days last week with relatives and friends in Honey Grove, Texas.
H. T. Chiles left a few days ago for Milwaukee, Wis. where he will spend a few days with a sister who is a patient in the Mayo Sanitarium.
Mr. and Mrs. Sim Braudrick were in Caddo last Sunday and Monday from their home in Sulphur to attend the funeral of Louis Schwartz.
Last Saturday afternoon a man was caught in the act of going through the home of Finley Booker. He was taken to jail at Durant for further investigation.
Next Saturday is Trades Day in Caddo. Remember that someone is going to get $50 in cash. It might be you. Everybody should come to Caddo on Trades Day.
I.Schaffer has returned from a ten day business trip in St. Louis, Chicago, and New York where he purchased fall and winter merchandise for his store in Caddo.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Shoffner and children arrived home a few days ago from a two week’s vacation spent in different --- in Texas, enjoying a few days at Galveston.
Miss Nina Craig was in Caddo Monday afternoon judging the women’s division of the Township Fair. Quite a large number of articles were put on display and the competition was very keen.