The Caddo Herald
September 26, 1919
Of Local Interest
Miss Ida Shelby will do first-class dress making in her home.
Miss Bonnie Dale and Pauline Siegel were Durant visitors Saturday.
Clarence Dodd left Sunday for Austin, Texas where he will attend the State University.
For Sale- Farm, one half mile south of Kenefick; good improvements. See Ed. F. Brown.
W. J. Peters has moved to the Lynch home formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Leflore.
The rain put a stop to cotton picking for several days and enable the gins to catch up with their work.
Fresh bread every day from Art Wright’s Bakery at Atoka, at the Palace Café on the corner.
For Sale- Two five-room residences; one close in, one close to High School. J. W. Smith.
Marvin Trout has arrived from overseas. Marvin was with an aero squadron and did much repair work while with the army.
We’re in the hauling business. None too large for us. No job too small for close attention. Phone 84. Sargent Bros.
A.E. Boydstun, wife and children, from Granite, Okla. are here for a week or two visiting and attending to business. Emmet is a guard at the Granite Reformatory.
Representing Caddo Society, Mrs. Nalor, Mrs. E. O. Shaw, Mrs. L. M. Nettleton, Mrs. G. E. Carroll, and Mrs. D. M. Wilson attended a meeting of the District Women’s Missionary Society at Madill Monday- Wednesday.
W. I. Driver was here this week from Madill visiting the family of Ivan McGraw. Mr. Driver has just got back from a visit to New Mexico and reports plenty of good crops out there this year.
Wilton Droke arrived home Monday from overseas. He had quite a varied experience in the army, being stationed with a machine gun battalion and supply depot. He talks interestingly of army life.
Morris Overstreet was up from Durant Sunday. He is now again at work in the Treasurer’s office and says they have been put to a lot of extra work on account of this school litigation; because they could not make the extensions until it was settled.
Do you want a good milk cow? Of course you do. Think how nice it is to have plenty of rich milk and yellow butter. Have some nice springers for sale for cash or credit. Better see me at once as they will soon be gone. C. W. Jones