The Caddo Herald
June 2, 1922
Grandma Beck is on the sick list.
Miss Helen Styron is visiting in Shawnee.
Mrs. Bert Fryer was a Caney visitor Sunday.
Mrs. Coffey was a Durant visitor Tuesday.
Mr. Lonnie Young is visiting parents in Caddo.
Ed Gardner was in town Wednesday from Banty.
D. O. Freeman had business in Durant Monday.
Mr. Marvin Tront is visiting relatives in Caddo.
Mrs. Ed F. Brown was a Durant visitor Monday.
E. E. Pitchlynn was a business visitor to Durant Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Boydstun were up from Durant Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McCreary visited friends in Tushka Sunday.
O. R. Nicholson was up from Denison Wednesday on business.
Mrs. D. M. Wilson is home from a visit with relatives in Missouri.
Miss Dora Hogan has been visiting relatives and friends in Durant.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haigh were up from Durant Sunday and Monday.
H. G. Huffman was here on business Wednesday and Thursday from Ada.
Prof. E. O. Shaw heard Supt. Wilson speak in Durant Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Frank January left last Saturday for a visit with relatives in Tennessee.
Dr. Dale, Jim Sargent, and Claud Glasscock were Paris visitors last Sunday.
Judge R. L. Williams, former governor of Oklahoma, was in Caddo this week.
J. D. Nickles was in from near Matoy Wednesday. Said they had a good rain Tuesday.
H. W. Theten left Wednesday for Childress, Texas to spend some time with his sons.
Miss Annie Laura Muckleroy left Monday for Texas, where she will make her home.
Miss Nellie Grant was here Saturday and Sunday going back to Ada to attend the Normal.
U. S. Markham and St. Clair Homer were among those who enrolled at the Normal Monday.
Mrs. L. M. Nettelton returned Sunday from a five weeks’ visit with relatives in St. Louis.
Elmer L. Jeanes from Blooming Grove, Texas spent a few days this week with homefolks.
Misses Fannie Bell, Lois and Loucile Hulsey are visiting relatives and friends in Caddo this week.
Marchus Jacobson, formerly with the Farmer’s Trading Co. of Atoka, is now with I. Schaffer’s store.
Tobe Benton was in town Wednesday. During this rainy spell he says they have lots of time to rest.
Be well and strong. Be full of life and energy. Tanlac will do this for you. Sold by W. E. McIntosh.
It was a good rain that fell Monday, just enough to put life into the ground and vigor into the plants.
Rev. E. Rylant returned Monday form Sherman where he has been visiting the bedside of his sick sister.
A splendid rain fell Monday night. Crops weren’t suffering, but it will further their growth to an advanced position.
Mr. Lonnie Rice is spending his vacation with his parents. After which he will attend the Normal at Durant.
Miss Marion Naylor left Sunday for Edmond where she will attend Central State Normal during the summer.
Ed Johnson was in town Wednesday looking for a riding “go devil” so so much work would not make him tired.
Have good pasture with water for rent. One dollar per head, both cattle and horses. C. W. Jones
Tennis seems to be the rage now. H. T. Chiles has fixed a gravel court at his home and Dr. Nettelton and others are fixing one in the north part of town. It is a splendid game, bringing out vigorous physical prowess.
Guy G. Crossett arrived home Saturday from Terrell, Texas where he has been attending Texas Military College.
Customers come to us every day and say Tanlac has been a blessing to them. We advise you to try it. Sold by W. E. McIntosh.
The class of people who indorse Tanlac is a convincing guarantee of the medicine’s merit. Give it a trial. Sold by W. E. McIntosh.
Oat cutting will soon start. The prospect seems now to be good for a large crop around here. Cotton is late and its yield is problematical.
Mrs. H. I Enos and son, from Los Angeles, was in Caddo a few days this week visiting her sister Mrs. L. M. Wood and brother, G. A. Crossett.
B. F. Maddox represents the National Marble & Granite Works of Georgia. He will call on you for any work you may need. All work guaranteed.
We are in the hauling business. No job too small or too large for our close attention. Phone 84. We move it. Sargent Bros.
Certified Nancy Hall sweet potato plants. Quick shipment. $2.25 per thousand delivered. Crossett Produce Company. Crossett, Arkansas.
Among those who are attending Normal from Caddo are: Mrs. Coffey, Nell Sargent, Ola and Mattie Harmon, Velma and Pauline Shelby, and U. S. Markahm.
Shelby Perkins attended Decoration Day services at Atoka. He reported all stores there closed, flags flying in each home and a large attendance at the cemetery, and free attendance at the Chautauqua afterward. It was altogether a fitting remembrance of the brave boys who died in defense of country.