The Caddo Herald
September 15, 1911
O. Slack was here from Atoka Sunday.
Richard Nicolds went to Durant Monday.
W. G. Ward went to Atoka Tuesday.
Sam Maytubby went to Durant Tuesday.
A.M. Robertson went to Atoka Tuesday.
H. T. Chiles went to Sherman Tuesday.
R. A. Riddels went to Durant Saturday.
Joe Moss was here from Bonham Sunday.
New ginghams and novelties at Huffman’s.
W. J. Turnbull had business in Caney Tuesday.
John T. Petty was here from Kenefick Sunday.
Big line of children’s school shoes at Huffman’s.
S. W. Crutchfield had business in Durant Saturday.
Wm. Malone visited Lehigh and Coalgate Sunday.
Bring your poor hogs to the Katy Mill & Elevator Co.
Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Nail were visitors to Durant Monday.
Dr. J. W. McClendon was in Caddo last Saturday from Atoka.
Miss Lillie Maytubby visited Miss Petty in Durant Friday.
Gray McGee left Monday for Ardmore where he will attend school.
County court at Bennington last week resulted in four convictions.
Olie Smith went to McAlester Tuesday to visit his brother, Ed.
You always find the prices right at the C.O.D. Mercantile Store.
Mrs. C. C. Semple visited Mrs. George Harris in Durant last Saturday.
Miss Bill Pritchard left Sunday for Muskogee to attend Bacone University.
Miss Myrtle Haralson went to Dallas Sunday where she will attend school.
The C.O.D. Mercantile Store gets cash for every penny’s worth of goods they sell.
Mrs. M. Manning and Mrs. J. W. Crutchfield and children went to Sherman Tuesday.
C.O.D. Mercantile Store sold sugar last week, 14 lbs. for $1.00. Who else did? Nobody.
C. A. Bilbo went to Durant Monday to get the election supplies for the bridge bonds.
Miss Carrie Wilson has returned from her vacation and resumed her position at Bass.
Jack and Ike clean anything. Ladies work a specialty. Rear- W. T. Smith building.
J. M. Vaughn ws here form Kenefick Monday. He reports cotton opening and pickers to be in demand.
Mrs. Laura Winfrey has returned from a month’s vacation and is again in charge of the telephone office.
The young folks of the neighborhood enjoyed a “tacky party” Monday night at the home of J. L. McGee Monday night.
H. W. Fairbanks was here this week from Dallas endeavoring to interest our people in a cotton picker operated by gasoline.
Claude Smith and Sam Maytubby left Sunday for Lexington Virginia where they will attend Washington & Lee University.Prof. O. L. Couch has resigned his position as principal of the Caddo school and leaves this week to attend the University of Chicago. Prof. E. M. Safford of Paris, Texas takes his place in the school here.