The Caddo Herald
December 1, 1916
Of Local Interest
Mrs. E. F. Brown went to Caney Monday.
B. S. Smiser went to Atoka on business Monday.
W. C. Jamison had business in Durant Tuesday.
Robt. Moore visited Joe Ralls, Jr. in Atoka last Sunday.
Lee Weeks was down from Atoka the first of the week.
Judge and Mrs. R. C. Freeny were Durant visitors Tuesday.
Prof. G. C. Rorie was in Durant last Saturday on business.
J. C. Brigance had business in Ardmore the first of the week.
Read Dr. Levy’s adv.; it may benefit your eyes and health as well.
Miss Josie Malone and mother returned to Sherman last Saturday.
Miss Bertie Wood is here from Coleman visiting relatives and friends.
Misses Cammie Atkison and Avis Park were Durant visitors over Saturday.
J. E. Carr of Wynnewood, Okla. is visiting his daughter, Mrs. A. B. McCoy.
Jack Bonham came down from Atoka Sunday and spent the day with his wife and baby.
Mrs. Theodore Smith and Miss Frankie Wood visited friends in Durant last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Catlin and children left Saturday for their new home in Terrell, Texas.
F. S. Matlock from Kenefick and E. E. White from Durant were here Monday on business.
Jim Welch from Okmulgee was the guest of his sister, Mrs. Garnett Smiser, Monday and Tuesday.
D. McCoy, Grover Braudrick, Misses Monnie Wells, and Annie Mae Smith, spent Sunday in Calera.
Miss Floy Crossett returned to Gainesville Saturday after spending several days with relatives in Caddo.
Rev. A. P. Johnson arrived home Monday from attending the East Oklahoma Annual Conference at Muskogee. He was sent to Madill for the next year and will probably move this week. He has made many friends here who will regret to lose him and his excellent family as citizens, but will wish him well in his new home. The Herald commends him to the good graces of the Madill people.