The Caddo Herald
January 11, 1918
Of Local Interest
Rooms for rent. See Mrs. Bilbo.
See Bud for service. Phone 79.
C. A. Bilbo is in Ardmore this week.
Bud Manning was a Durant visitor Monday.
G. E. Carrol is attending to business in Waurika this week. W. F. Pendleton was here a while Tuesday from Durant.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Dodd went to Oklahoma City Monday.
Bert Fryer and Claude Nail had business in Atoka Tuesday.
Wayne Braudrick was a business visitor to Durant this week.
For Safe cheap at once- good davenport bed. See Mrs. Jim Moore.
Jim Thompson is here this week from Cleveland, Okla. visiting his parents.
Mrs. Guy Cook, from McAlester, visited her father M. F. Haralson Sunday.
Joe Doxee and Elmer Rowsey were business visitors to Durant Monday of this week.
Misses Nell Clausen and Bernice Pendleton went to Durant Friday, returning Saturday morning.
Miss Lettie Payne was here from Durant Sunday. She is attending Business College in Durant.
Found several keys in a holder. Owner can get same by roving ownership and paying for this notice.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cossart and Mrs. Bilbo motored to Durant Tuesday.
Carrol Franks, Preston Malone, and Audra Hipp were visitors in Durant Sunday evening.
Douglas Fairbanks in a Triangle production- “The Lamb”. It’s a big western at the Electric Friday.
See “Society Driftwood” a Butterfly Production featuring Grace Conrad at the Electric Saturday.
Miss Mary Thurmond of Durant spent the weekend of last week with relatives and friends in Caddo.
Mrs. Davies returned to her home at Royse Tuesday after a month’s visit with her sister, Mrs. C. D. Dale.
Mrs. Siegel and Pauline Siegel returned Tuesday from St. Louis where they spent three weeks with relatives.
Wednesday afternoon a small fire occurred in the Wilson gin. It was extinguished before much damage was done.
R. K. James is a new Herald reader. He knows how to begin the year right. He now lives on route four and will farm this year.
Homer Freeny left last Saturday for Stillwater, Oklahoma after spending the Christmas holidays with relatives, to reenter school.
Mr. and Mrs. June Robinson and Mrs. and Mrs. Isaac McCoy motored to Durant last Friday evening. Isaac tells us they are enforcing the street laws at that place.
S. L. Braudrick has opened the Sanitary Meat Market in the Huffman building and asks for some of your business in this line. He has an ad in this issue.