The Caddo Herald
April 11, 1913
J. L. Hull was here Monday.
J. C. Harris is a new subscriber.
W. W. Kelso is a new subscriber.
W. W. Rogers went to Atoka Saturday.
M. L. Braudrick was in Caney last Sunday.
W. F. Semple was up from Durant Tuesday.
E. B. Maytubby went to Denison Wednesday.
O. R. Nicholson was in town Sunday from Durant.
Mrs. Chas. Jones was shopping in the city yesterday.
W. M. Sparkman was here from Kenefick last Saturday.
W. R. Damron, one of the old timers, was in town Saturday.
Fine watch repairing. S. A. McCoy at Malone’s drug store.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stevenson were in town Saturday trading.
John Droke and Walter Slaton are new Herald subscribers.
J. C. Hogan and J. H. Franks were Durant visitors Wednesday.
Dr. and Mrs. Cameron of Caney spent a few hours in town Saturday.
Mesdames Bass, Cummings, and Wood visited in Durant last Sunday.
Pure bred White Ornington eggs for sale. $1 for 15. M. L. Tanner
Mrs. W. F. Semple of Durant spent Tuesday visiting relatives here.
Deugan Brooks, one of Denison’s ball players, was in the city Sunday.
G. B. Moran was in town last Saturday and became a Herald reader.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Baxter were in town Monday visiting and shopping.
A large crowd was in town Saturday buying and getting ready for spring.
If it’s groceries you want we have it. Everything pure and good. Bass Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Glasscock of Durant are visiting relatives in Caddo.
J. D. Maytubby is serving as juror in the county court at Durant this week.
Mrs. H. W. Braudrick and son P. L. spent Sunday with Mr. Braudrick in Caney.
Miss Vista Slack spent Saturday and Sunday in Atoka with her brother O. and family.
Get ready to buy a FORD auto, $570 to $645. Brigance Hardware Co.
Misses Annie Smith, Oleta and Anna Keynon spent Sunday with friends in the country.
Marriage license was issued at Durant Monday to John Summers and Miss Myrtle Fine.
T. H. Boydstun was in town Saturday and also had his subscription figures advanced.
The county commissioners held their regular monthly session at Durant beginning Monday.
Carrol Franks and Hugh Maytubby attended a social dance in Denison Wednesday evening.
G. W. Baxter left Sunday for Tulsa where he was summoned to serve on the Federal jury.
Misses Mary Howe and Neva Ray went to Atoka Sunday and spent the day with friends.
Jim Paddock was in town Saturday and added his name to The Herald’s fast increasing list.
Mrs. J. N. Johnson of Atoka spent the week end with her sister Miss Flora Riddle in Caddo.
Miss Bess Crawford of Calera visited at the home of Judge Cooper the latter part of the week.
W. G. Ward was here Saturday. He is one of the old timers whom it is always a pleasure to greet.
C. C .Gordon was in town last Saturday, paid The Herald a pleasant call, and had his figures advanced.
W. F. Dodd left Monday for Oklahoma City where the State Board of Pharmacy is holding a meeting.
H. E. Wells was in town Wednesday form Carroll’s Chapel. He says farmers are well up with their work.
Misses Ruth and Pauline Whitehurst from Denison, Texas were guests of Miss Lillie Maytubby this week.
Joe Haskins was in town Wednesday. He has moved this year closer to town, occupying the Walter Baxter place.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Carraway and children spent Sunday in Kenefick visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Carraway.
C. G. Reeves and J. M. Hogue, who live on route 2, were in Caddo Saturday and became Herald subscribers.
Plain sewing neatly done. Bring your orders to me at Mrs. Robinson’s residence. Phone 40. Mrs. Nellie Hill.
$100,000 to loan on farm land. I make inspections the day application is made. A. C. Chaney.
There is no load too heavy and none too small to obtain our careful attention. Hauling is our specialty, our business. Let us know your wants. Phone 84. Sargent Brothers.