The Caddo Herald
April 17, 1925
Of Local Interest
Few more garden seed and plants at Hancock’s.
Fresh meat at Hancock’s is cheaper than salt meat.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Robinson were in Durant Tuesday.
Mrs. C. D. Dale visited Durant Tuesday afternoon.
Guy G. Crossett was at home Sunday from Ada visiting homefolks.
Miss O’Dessa Faudree spent Monday evening with friends in Atoka.
For picnics and fishing parties we are prime outfitters. Hancock Grocery
Bennet Cotton Seed- A few bushels for sale. See G. A. Crossett
Please have your laundry on the porch by 9 o’clock each Tuesday. H. V. Westmoreland, agent.
Mrs. R. C. Freeny is attending Grand Chapter of the O. E. S. at Guthrie this week.
James Boone came home last weekend from O. U. to visit relatives and friends.
Miss Maudie Pierson, Normal student, spend last weekend here with homefolks.
Miss Virginia Richey, teacher in Tuskahoma schools spent Easter with homefolks.
Miss Kate Riddle of Oklahoma City spent last weekend here with friends and relatives.
For Sale- an Estey piano and a Victor talking machine. Both in first class condition. Mrs. I. Schaffer
Miss Ruth Bloom and Mrs. Della Mumpower of Caney were shopping in Caddo Monday.
When you think of the table comforts think of Hancock. That is where the tables are supplied.
Hancock keeps everything sanitary in his meat market. You may be sure of the best. Phone 12.
Hancock solves the problem of the quick home lunch. All sorts of prepared meats, cheese, etc.
Miss Clovis Wright has returned from the Durant Hospital where she was operated upon for appendicitis.
Mrs. W. E. McIntosh and children spent the weekend in Durant visiting her brother, Morris Overstreet.
Miss Jewell Smith of Kenefick was at The Herald office last Saturday having some visiting cards printed.
Mrs. W. T. Smith has returned from a stay of several months in Arizona and will spend the summer in Caddo.
Remember the dead. Let me sell you a nice monument. Prices reasonable. See H. V. Westmoreland.
Their many friends are glad of the return of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Glasscock to Caddo to make their home.
Misses Nell Sargent, Luda Mae Ware, Magedgil (sic) Braudrick, and Dorothy Evelyn Smith visited in Durant Friday.
Mr. B. E. Williams has bought the Schaffer residence formerly occupied by Roy Riddels and is moving into it.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Fryer and children have moved back to Caddo after several months’ residence in West Tex.
Mrs. Jno. Hogan and children spent last week in High, Texas visiting Mrs. Hogan’s daughter, Mrs. Preston Snell.
Miss Lillie Craghead and Miss Ruby Craghead were here last weekend from Oklahoma City visiting relatives and friends. Lillie is attending business college.
W. A. Jones was in Durant and Bokchito Wednesday. He is preparing to add staple groceries to their dry goods line. Something will be said about it next week.
Lonnie Young has returned from the hospital for disabled soldiers in Baltimore, Maryland, where he has been taking eye treatments. The sight of his right eye is gone completely.
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Worthen and son left Sunday morning for Colorado to make their home. These excellent people have many friends, made while here, who will wish them well.
W. L. Guthrie has placed a Frigidaire ice cream cooler in his store. This machine not only keeps the ice box cool, but does it without any ice. In fact, pans of water are put inside the box and very soon are frozen into ice which is used in making cooling drinks at his fountain.
Messers M. C. Mhoon, Harry c. Frye, Gus Pool, C. P. Streetman, W. M. Warmack, J. J. Cheney, F. J. Oliver, Jr., and J. Walter Mills of Durant, D. J. Smith of Ft. Townson, and R. W. Harison and J. M. Miller of Kenefick attended the meeting of Caddo Lodge No. 3, A. F. & M. Tuesday night.