The Caddo Herald
January 9, 1914
Attend the recital at the opera house tonight.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Semple were in Caddo Tuesday.
Judge E. F. Nicolds had business in Durant Wednesday.
Miss Ann Keynon spent the first of the week in Denison.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Franks were Durant visitors Monday.
Miss Olga Faudree of Atoka is visiting friends in this city.
Mrs. J. D. Thompson spent the first of the week in Sherman.
Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Pate were in the city Wednesday, shopping.
St. Clair Homer returned this week to school at Booneville, Mo.
Tunk Terry was down from Quinton, Okla. the first of the week.
Mrs. Hightower has been the guest of Mrs. Cobb the past week.
If it’s groceries you want, we have it. Everything pure and good. The Bass Co.
Miss May Dyer of Sadler, Texas is visiting her aunt, Mrs. C. L. Lievsay.
Mrs. Sam Joels was down from Atoka last week, visiting Mrs. Ben Siegel.
We have had two weeks of nice weather, yet the streets are still torn up with the sewer ditches. The excuse heretofore has been that it was too wet. Won’t be long now until they will say it’s too dry. The Herald thinks the streets ought to be put in shape before more bad weather sets in.
Don’t forget to go to A. C. Chaney’s office and get a beautiful calendar for 1914.
Monday a fine girl came to make her home with Mr. and Mrs. Brooks in Caddo.
Miss Neomi Bowman returned Monday to Sherman to resume her music studies.
A.C. Haden was here Tuesday in the interest of the State Orphans’ Home at Pryor.
Mrs. W. L. Driver from Madill is here this week visiting her daughter, Mrs. T. I. McGraw.
Miss Imogene Heyser will give a recital at the opera house tonight. Admission 25c and 15c.
You will enjoy the recital tonight by the pupil of Miss Heyser at the opera house. Be sure to attend.
Mrs. Luther Roberts entertained with a 6 o’clock luncheon last Friday honoring Mrs. Vivia Locke of Antlers.
Two furnished rooms for light house-keeping to let to couple without children. Mrs. D. B. Williams.
Ladies, have rubber heels put on your shoes and see how they rest you in standing or walking at Z. T. Finley’s.
For rent after February 1st: Three rooms unfurnished, or furnished for light housekeeping. Mrs. Ed F. Brown
The Czerny Club will meet with Miss Charlene Hogan Saturday afternoon at 2:30. All members are requested to be present.
Mrs. Keynon is up from Denison visiting her daughters, Mrs. Clarence Thompson, and Misses Anna and Oleta Keynon.
O. R. Nicholson was up from Durant Wednesday. Last Sunday he had an accident with his car by which his arm was injured.
J. E. Mattox has bought a half interest in the grocery business of M. F. Haralson. He invites his friends to call and see him.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Carroll, from Wapanucka, were the guests of the family of their brother, G. E. Carroll, in Caddo this week.
Mrs. Dick Locke and son, Wesley Robertson, were here form Antlers last week visiting friends and D. O. Nail, brother of Mrs. Locke.
At 8 o’clock Tuesday night Mr. Zen Corn and Miss Francis Harper were married by Justice Chaney in front of his home on Ainsworth Street.
Mrs. Bettie Blakeman died last Friday morning at her home in McKinney. She was the mother of Mrs. Ebb Ingle, and Mrs. Ingle was at her side when she died. Mr. Ingle went down Friday morning.