The Caddo Herald
September 26, 1913
Of Local Interest
W. H. Morris, Cotton insurance.
If its groceries you want see Freeny.
The best flour in town at Freeny’s.
Ben Siegel was in Kenefick Sunday.
Country produce wanted. Haralson
Miss Thelma Harris spent Tuesday in Durant.
Mrs. Tom B. Reed visited in Durant Tuesday.
L. M. Wood went to Oklahoma City yesterday.
Rev. Luther Roberts went to Dallas yesterday.
A.F. Manning was a Durant visitor last Saturday.
Clean, fresh groceries- the kind you like- at Freeny’s.
Mrs. James of Atoka was shopping in Caddo Monday.
G. E. Johnson and P. W. Howe were on Boggy Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira L. Smith were in Caddo Wednesday.
Judge J. L. Boland had legal business in Denison Tuesday.
Rev. and Mrs. I. S. Eggner were visitors to Durant Sunday.
J. H. McCalman sold cotton in the Caddo market Wednesday.
Uncle Jerry Beck was in town Tuesday looking after business.
Miss Zelma Abernathy visited homefolks in McAlester Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Markham were here this week from Soper.
Miss Olga Phillips visited friends in Dallas the first of the week.
Isaac McCoy has gone to Tishomingo to attend the A. & M. College.
Mrs. W. H. Robbins visited in Ardmore last Friday and Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Boxley spent Sunday in Durant with friends.
Sam Swinney was here Monday. He is on the State examiner’s force.
Horse and buggy for sale; see M. E. Merritt at Katy Mill.
For sale, good young family horse, gentle. J. H. Crain
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Brown of Caney spent Sunday here with relatives.
Mrs. E. G. Baxter returned Sunday from a visit to relatives at Hugo.
Mrs. W. F. Dodd returned Tuesday from a visit to relatives at Savoy.
J. K. Bass returned Monday from Dallas where he went for treatment.
For Sale- Three nice young milk cows with calf. Will Driver
Charlie Baxter has returned home from attending Armstrong Academy.
If it’s groceries you want we have it. Everything pure and good. Bass Co.
Mrs. A. M. McPherren went to Tioga Texas, Wednesday to visit relatives.
All fruits, butter, eggs, etc. Kept in a dry cell refrigerator. M. F. Haralson
Miss Nora Flinchum of Calvin is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. J. L. Boland.
Miss Kate Nicolds came up from Durant and spent Sunday with homefolks.
Miss Johhnye Hogan spent Sunday with her sister Miss Margaret in Durant.
School tablets, pencils, pens and ink at the Variety Store, next to post office.
School children notice- get your tablets, pencils, and ink at the Variety Store.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hargraves and children spent the first of the week in Dallas.
Your old shoes made as good as new and a little better too at Z. T. Finley’s.
S. W. Maytubby is building a large barn at his home place in Katy Heights addition.
Will R. McBride was here the first of the week from Denver attending to business.
Mrs. Ethyl Brooks, nee Booker, of Hughes Springs, Texas, is here visiting relatives.
All leather goods at Finley’s. Harness, saddles, strap pieces and shoe repairing.
Misses Anna and Beatrice Varlay of Denison spent Sunday with Mrs. C. E. Thompson.