The Caddo Herald
July 14, 1916
Of Local Interest
Gee Hatcher was in Durant Sunday.
Claude Glasscock was in Atoka Thursday.
Clinton Rogers went to Denison Monday.
Floyd Maytubby was a Durant visitor Sunday.
J. D. Nickles was in town from Matoy Monday.
J. D. Nickles was in town Friday from Matoy.
Rev. O. C. Fontaine was here Friday from Durant.
Clarence McCoy had business in Sherman Friday.
Morris Overstreet had business in Atoka Wednesday.
Shearl Shofner came up from Durant Tuesday on business.
Jewel Hicks was here from Durant Tuesday on business.
Judge R. C. Freeny and son, Homer, visited Durant Monday.
Mrs. and Mrs. Nat Bryant went to Durant last Friday night.
Miss Mable Hauer is visiting her brother in Atoka this week.
Sam Maytubby was up from Durant Sunday visiting homefolks.
Judge Rappolee was up from Durant Wednesday between trains.
Miss Alma Hauer has returned from a visit to friends in Atoka.
Audra Hipp, Clarence Dodd, and Elmer Jeanes were in Durant Sunday.
Miss Juanita Rogers left Monday for Commerce to spend a few days.
Miss Maurine Pirtle is visiting her aunt Mrs. H. G. Huffman this week.
Shearl Shofner was up from Durant Saturday and Sunday visiting homefolks.
Miss Nina Johnson came home from school in Durant Saturday and returned Sunday.
Miss Laudie Hipp, who is attending the Normal at Durant, spent Saturday and Sunday with homefolks in Caddo.
Mrs. E. G. Baxter returned Saturday from a week’s visit to relatives at Hugo.
Mrs. H. W. Braudrick and children have returned from a month’s visit to Soper.
Misses Nina Hauer, Monnie Wells, Isaac and D. McCoy were in Durant Sunday.
Jeff Early who is a candidate for sheriff was in town Wednesday campaigning.
Miss Bonnie Jeanes came home from the Normal Friday to spend the weekend with homefolks.
H. B. Deaton, candidate for county clerk, was here Saturday in the interest of his campaign.
Misses Rose and Juanita Rogers returned last week from a visit to friends at Soper and Durant.
Miss Margarete Sargent returned to Caney Saturday after an extended visit to relatives in Caddo.
J. V. Spell Jr. was here Friday in the interest of the candidacy of his father for county treasurer.
John Folsom is here from Oklahoma City this week looking after business matters and visiting relatives.
Mrs. Tony Goodman returned to her home in Sherman Sunday after a visit to friends and relatives in Caddo.
R. E. Merritt, wife and daughter, from St. Louis, arrived Tuesday to spend some time with his father, M. E. Meritt.
W. H. Yeats and sons were in town Friday from Matoy. They were making preparations for the big Sunday Singing to be held Sunday.
Misses Maud Clower and Edith Moore, who are attending the Normal at Durant, came home Friday to spend Saturday and Sunday with homefolks.
Rev. W. H. Horn will begin a revival meeting at Pleasant Hill church Saturday night, July 15. Everyone is cordially invited to attend and assist in the meeting.
Sargent Bros., the Draymen, can haul anything anywhere. Call 84 when you want something moved. Always ready for work. It’s worth something to know that it will be done right.
Quite a number from Caddo attended the all day singing at Matoy Sunday, among them being Dr. Rappolee and Jim Moore. They report an enjoyable time.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Solomon motoring from Dallas in their Cole Six were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Frazier for the weekend. Mrs. Frazier returned to Dallas with them.
Claude Smith was in town the first of the week in the interest of his campaign for county attorney. Claude is making a deserving effort and is receiving much encouragement.
W. H. Yeats was here Friday looking after business and electioneering for tax assessor. Mr. Yeats has served one term as assessor and asks re-election upon the record he has made.
J. C. Brigance at the Oklahoma State Bank wants your fire insurance.
Nice line of ladies waists, sport and wash skirts just in at Huffman’s. We want you to see them. Just the thing for summer wear. Prices right. H. G. Huffman
Lewis Paullin was here Wednesday looking after his campaign for county judge. Mr. Paullin reports much encouragement over the county. He is making the campaign thoroughly and if he has missed any voter it is not his fault.
The bank statements appear this week. These statements show a healthy financial condition. When the banks are in good condition the people are also. The Indian payment coming soon will put everybody in still better financial condition.
Sheriff Phillips was here Wednesday on official business. John has been kept so busy lately with his duties that he has not had much time for campaigning and John is such a good officer that he will not neglect his duties for any purpose.
The financial statements and estimated needs of the town school district and township are published in this issue. This is done that people may know just how the money has been spent in the past and how much is needed for future work.
We wish to extend our thanks and our appreciation to our many friends for kindness shown us during our sadness and bereavement in the death of our son and grandson. Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Smith, A. B. McCoy and family
Al Ray left yesterday for McAlester where he will take charge of a gang of convicts to work on the Jefferson Highway in Atoka County. They will begin at the north boundary and work south. If there is a county that needs the work of the prisoners any more than this we don’t know of it.
Quite a number from Caddo visited Freeny Chapel Sunday, it being the occasion of the quarterly conference of the church. Among them were Mrs. and Mrs. H. G. Huffman, G. B. Moran, R. A. Beaty, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Crossett and children. Presiding Elder Peterson conducted the services.
Last Monday afternoon little Miss Doris Maytubby gave a party to a number of her little friends. It was given in celebration of her sixth birthday and quite a number of young folks came, most of them bringing a remembrance. Each guest was supplied with souvenir baskets trimmed in pink and white. Ice cream and cake were served.