The Caddo Herald
July 27, 1923
Get it at Dodd’s.
Bring your Kodak films. Dodd’s.
Vacuum cleaner for rent. Phone 136.
Quality bunds every day at the Bakery.
C. T. Johnson was a Dallas visitor Monday.
Miss Juanita Rogers was a Caney visitor Sunday.
Mrs. L. A. Morris was here from Atoka Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Dodd were Durant visitors Monday.
A.B. Rutherford was here from Durant yesterday on business.
H. F. Bass and family are spending the week in Oklahoma City.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Click from Caney were Caddo visitors last week.
Miss Janice Crossett went to Eufaula Monday for a visit with friends.
Miss Lora Lievesay from Alex, Okla. visited relatives here this week.
A.E. McCreary and family spent Saturday night in Durant with relatives.
Edwin Hogan is home from Fort Smith for a few days visit with home folks.
Baker Archer was at home Sunday from Broken Arrow visiting his wife and son.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith and son, Macon, were Durant visitors Sunday morning.
Mrs. Cobb Trout has returned from a two weeks visit with relatives at Mena, Ark.
Little Miss Margaret Naylor, from Calera, spent the weekend with Caddo girl friends.
Rev. and Mrs. Mike Cassidy from Lexington, Oklahoma were visitors here Tuesday.
Rev. and Mrs. E. Rylant, and son, Russell, went to Sherman Monday to visit relatives.
From the number who go to Blue, looks like the river has more population than the town.
Mrs. C. W. Hill is back in her former position at I. Schaffer’s after several weeks in Texas.
Miss Zora Arnold was here from Durant Wednesday, the guest of Miss Willie Mae Trout.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. McCoy and I. C. McCoy went to Dallas Sunday for eye treatment for Isaac.
Mrs. J. Walter Mills from Durant was the guest of Mrs. Virgil Slack last Saturday and Sunday.
A ten-pound boy is making his home with Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Smith since ten o’clock Wednesday.
Caddo was well represented at the Ku Klux Klan parade in Durant Saturday night. There was no disorder.
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Rohde arrived last (?) from Fresno, Cal. to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rohde.
Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Slack, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Moran, and G. A. Crossett went to Ada last Friday in the Moran Ford.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Carroll were in town Sunday from their farm near Kenefick. Stanton says he has a dandy crop.
Mr. and Mrs. Ola Smith and daughter, Dot, left Saturday for Medicine Park for an outing, making the trip in a Ford.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lievesay and children were here this week from Alex, Oklahoma, visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. John Smith were here Sunday from Durant visiting Mrs. Smith’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Shofner.
Miss Ruby Craghead returned to her home in McAlester last Wednesday after several weeks visit her with relatives.
Mrs. G. W. Harrison and daughter, Nina and son Joe of Lufkin, Texas were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Jones last week.
Miss Phylis Hancock from Oklahoma City spent a part of the week with homefolks. She is one of the trusted secretaries to the governor.
We are in the hauling business. No job too small or too large for our close attention. Phone 84. We move it. Sargent Bros.