The Caddo Herald
March 28, 1913
B. K. Pate was in town yesterday.
J. T. Petty visited Durant Monday.
Clinton Rogers spent Sunday in Caney.
T. B. Reed was a visitor to Dallas last Sunday.
Miss Mary Howe was a Denison visitor Sunday.
H. T. Chiles attended to business in Clarita Tuesday.
W. B. Young attended to business in Sherman Monday.
Justice R. L. Williams was here last Friday on business.
A.B. McCoy spent a part of last week in Wynnewood.
Henry Braudrick spent Sunday in the city with home folks.
Richard Nicolds and Bonner Petty spent Sunday in town.
Wasn’t that a dandy rain for gardens and corn Monday night?
John A. Franklin was here from his place near Bokchito yesterday.
A sure sign of Spring: A. B. McCoy was seen buying fish hooks Tuesday.
C. O. Markham left Tuesday for a week’s hunting and fishing trip to Boggy.
If it’s groceries you want we have it. Everything pure and good. Bass Co.
W. W. Boone and son, James, spent Sunday in Denison with Mr. Boone’s parents.
Mrs. Roy Ham of Cleveland, Okla. is visiting her mother, Mrs. Hauer, of this city.
Miss Ora Voyles returned Tuesday from a ten day visit to Durant and Greenville.
P. L., the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Braudrick, has been real sick the past week.
Messers Morrison, Pitchlynn, Ernest and Henry Bass went to Durant Tuesday evening.
Mrs. M. Manning visited her brother at Limestone Gap last week, returning home Friday.
County Judge Rappolee and Deptuy Tax Assessor Glenn were up from Durant Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brigance spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. Brigance’s brother in Ada.
Are you afraid of storms? Ease your mind by taking out some tornado insurance with W.H. Morris.
A.E. Ray, who is employed at the penitentiary at McAlester, spent the first of the week at home.
Salesman Wanted to look after our interest in Bryan and adjacent counties. Salary or commission. Address The Harvey Oil Co., Cleveland, O.
Lets’ bend our energies toward the boosting and building up of Caddo. The other towns will boost themselves.
Lake Brewer and Frank P. Semple attended Knight Templar Easter services at Durant Sunday afternoon.
Henry Markham and daughter Minnie, from near Zora, Okla., visited relatives in Caddo the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Manning and children, spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Nicholson in Durant.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Grimes of Durant spent a few hours in our city Monday. They came over in their new Ford car.
J. Ernest Bass, H. F. Bass, Carrol Franks and Ernest Pitchlynn went to Sherman Sunday in Mr. Bass’s Overland.
Play safe! Let W. H. Morris insure your property against loss by tornadoes. Only the best companies represented.
Mrs. Reynard left last week for Dallas to visit her sister. From thence she will go to Douglas, Ga. to visit relatives.
Deputy Sheriffs Early Zion and Ruel Taylor were here Monday, taking John Boydstun back with them on a charge of introducing.
C. J. Powell came in Saturday night from San Antonio, return to that place Sunday accompanied by Mrs. Powell and the baby.
Miss Zelma Abernathy spent the first of the week with her parents in McAlester, returning Thursday to her position with the Phillips Co.
The Domestic Science Club meets at home of Mrs. G. A. Crossett this Friday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock. Every member is requested to be present.