The Caddo Herald
November 14, 1914
Of Local Interest
Bass has electric light globes.
Mrs. Jim Thompson was in Denison Friday.
Mrs. P. A. Richards was here from Tushka Monday shopping.
Miss Alice Hocker has gone to Clifton, Texas to visit relatives.
Miss Mary Keynon has returned from a visit to relatives in Denison.
Stove pipe 10c a joint while it lasts. J. D. Freeny
Dr. I. Levy, expert optician, will be at Williams Hotel Wednesday, Dec. 2.
J. N. Shofner left yesterday for a business trip to Huntington, Texas.
Miss Lucy Grimes and Cecil Bilbo of Durant were in our city Wednesday morning.
Mrs. E. E. Thompson spent a few days with her parents in Denison last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Siegel visited Mr. and Mrs. Jake Amsel in Durant Wednesday.
J. A. Wood and son, Adolphus, made a business trip to Hugo Saturday, returning Monday.
Mrs. J. M. Turner came up from Durant Wednesday to visit her son and family, J. S. Turner.
Mrs. W. P. Wood returned to her home in Shawnee Sunday after a visit here with her sister Mrs. J. K. Bass and family.
I.Schaffer went to Durant Wednesday to attend the funeral of Miss Pauline Amsel who was so foully murdered that morning.
Miss Minnie Markham went to Soper, Ok. Tuesday to visit relatives. She was accompanied as far as Durant by Mrs. C. O. Markham.
Mrs. L. C. Leflore was down form Atoka last Saturday to attend the open session of the Woman’ Club. She was the guest of Mrs. Jim Goddard.
There is no load too heavy and none too small to obtain our careful attention. Hauling is our specialty, our business. Let us know your wants. Phone 84, Sargent Bros.
Need any light globes? Bass has ‘em.
Carl Beaty was in the city from Durant Wednesday.
Co. T. P. Memminger was in town Wednesday on business.
Sam Maytubby Jr. is home from a two week’s vacation to the mountains of Arkansas.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Beaird are in Ada this week attending the session of the Methodist Annual Conference.
Installation services will be held at the Presbyterian Church Sunday morning. The public is cordially invited to attend.
Mrs. Bill Conwell and children returned Friday from a visit with her sister, Mrs. Gus Steagall and family at Ft. Worth.
Mrs. G. A. Crossett entertained the Junior League at her home from 4 to 5:30 o’clock Monday afternoon. The young people surely enjoyed themselves.
The Woman’s Missionary Society will meet with Mrs. J. C. Hogan and Mrs. D. M. Wilson at the home of the former next Tuesday afternoon at 2 o’clock.
Last Friday night the young folks of the younger set were entertained at the home of Mrs. C. A. Bilbo. The enjoyments of the occasion were such as no other crowd ever had.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Collier have moved to Caddo from Durant, and are living in the E. B. Maytubby home. Mr. Collier is the new owner of the Caddo light plant and will take active management of the business.
A slow rain began falling Thursday morning and continued all day. It will put the ground in better shape for winter plowing and be a benefit all round. It's the first rain we’ve had of any consequence since August.
Real Estate, Farm Loans and Insurance. Remember I represent the best, none better. Long and short time loans at straight 8 per cent, no commission notes. Give me your business boys. Office in McCoy building, 2nd floor. H. D. Pierson, Agent, Caddo, Okla. Phone 140