I still find it amazing to read a casual announcement of a KKK meeting, and I can’t imagine them having an ice cream sale to raise money for charity! Read on…
The Caddo Herald
July 18, 1924
On the job all the time. Craghead’s Garage
Mrs. Abbie Doxee was up from Durant Sunday.
Let Craghead overhaul your car for spring work. Craghead Bros.
Mr. and Mrs. Gravitt were here from Durant Sunday.
Floyd Morgan returned last week from a visit to Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Wood visited relatives in Durant Saturday.
J. E. Payne has a relative from Missouri visiting him this week.
Lake Brewer was in Sherman this week undergoing treatment.
Master Joe Hill is in Dallas visiting his aunt, Mrs. C. W. Falkner.
A fine boy came Monday to the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Blanton.
W. W. Baxter and C. D. Robinson were Bokchito visitors Sunday.
Mrs. P. L. Rogers visited the family of C. L. Rogers in Caney Saturday.
Miss Minnie Alice Carraway is here from Mineola, Texas, visiting relatives.
Buel Braudrick has purchased the interest of G. C. Braudrick in the market.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Maytubby left Wednesday for a two weeks outing in the Ozarks.
Ben Risner was here last Friday in the interest of his race for sheriff of Bryan County.
G. A. Crossett and Ira L. Smith were visiting in Bennington and Bokchito last Saturday.
Mrs. Roland Harris and children and little Miss Myrtle Harris were shopping in Durant Saturday.
Rev. M. A. Cassidy and family left Monday for an outing on Pennington Creek near Tishomingo.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Matthews were here from Durant Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hancock.
Dr. L. M. Nettleton, Earnest Pitchlynn, and G. A. Crossett were Durant visitors last Friday night.
Jack Duncan is back at his place in McIntosh’s store after a two week’s vacation in the mountains.
Judge E. F. Lester will speak in Durant Friday evening. Everybody is cordially invited to hear him.
Peter Paul Pitchlynn left Wednesday night to attend school at Haskell Institute at Lawrence, Kansas.
Mrs. Tom Gross and little daughter left Saturday for St. Louis to spend several weeks with relatives.
Mrs. W. R. Crossett left Tuesday to spend a week or so with her daughter, Mrs. Ben Payne at Wapanucka.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bonner went to Durant Hospital Tuesday where Mrs. Bonner is undergoing treatment.
Wes. L. Robertson returned Sunday from Oklahoma City where he has been visiting the past two weeks.
Dan Collins was campaigning in Caddo last Saturday. He is receiving much support in his race for Sheriff.
Walter Baxter and Coleman Robinson were attending the county convention in Atoka last Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. Kate Harris and daughter, Miss Rady, spent last weekend in Durant with Mrs. Harris’ brother, C. J. Allen.
Quite a number of Caddo folks went to Durant Sunday afternoon to see the aviation circus. Many were the thrills they got.
W. H. Yeats and Roy Gray were in Caddo Tuesday hauling goods for the Matoy picnic which will be held Friday and Saturday.
Miss Alta Roach and her sister, Mrs. Dodd, were here last weekend from Sherman visit in their parents Mr. and Mrs. Roach.
Earney Freeman, who recently underwent an operation for appendicitis at Sherman, is reported doing fine and is expected home this weekend.
Born at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Craghead, Tuesday night, a fine young man. They named him Howell Leon. He got here in time to vote.
The Ladies of the Baptist Church will serve fried chicken dinner downtown Saturday the 19th. Everybody is cordially invited to patronize them.
Stammering and other speech disorders can be cured. For information write Professor J. W. Shepherd, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hogan returned Tuesday from Durant where they had been for operation for their little daughter, Virginia. She is home now and doing nicely.
District judge E. F. Lester, the democratic candidate for Justice of the Supreme Court is opposed only by the Farm Laborite candidate in the primary. Latimer County News Democrat
At the Methodist Church Sunday evening the League had charge of the services. A large crowd was present to hear them. The young leaguers performed their parts well and many favorable comments have been about them.
At the Ku Klux meeting Tuesday night in Zion’s pasture, east of town, the sum of $31.70 was realized net from the sale of ice cream. This amount was given to Mrs. George Tigert who was recently widowed.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim C. Styron arrived Sunday from Los Angeles, Calif. to spend several weeks with homefolks. Jim was recently married to a California young woman and his hosts of friends here are congratulating them.
Mrs. Jas. Latimore and daughter, Miss Katie, arrived here Friday afternoon from Leachville, Arkansas to spend the summer. Miss Katie left Monday morning with Rev. H. W. Hanselman and family and Miss Mary Jackson for Headley, Texas, where Rev. Hanselman will conduct a revival.