I underlined one item so you don’t miss it. Someone please tell me how you go home from anywhere without your teeth. lol
The Caddo Herald
April 24, 1925
Few more garden seed and plants at Hancock’s.
Fresh meat at Hancock’s is cheaper than salt meat.
J. P. Washburn from Buffalo was in town Saturday trading.
Rev. J. H. Miller and family from Caney were in town Saturday.
For picnics and fishing parties we are prime outfitters. Hancock Grocery.
Bennet Cottonseed- a few bushels for sale. See G. A. Crossett.
Mrs. I. C. McCoy, I. C. McCoy and H. T. Styron went to Dallas Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Wood visited Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wood at Coleman Sunday.
Mrs. Mumpower was here form Caney Wednesday visiting Mrs. Roy Barber.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Siegel were up from Durant Wednesday visiting old friends.
Miss Francis Wood was able to be brought home from Durant Hospital Saturday.
Mr. Joe Clement, former high school athletic director here was in town Saturday evening.
Please have your laundry on the porch by 9 o’clock a.m. each Tuesday. H. V. Westmoreland, agent.
When you think of the table comforts, think of Hancock. That is where the tables are supplied.
Hancock solves the problem of the quick home lunch. All sorts of prepared meats, cheese, etc.
Hancock keeps everything sanitary in his meat market. You may be sure of the best. Phone 12.
Miss Bonnie Dale was at home Wednesday from Oklahoma City where she is attending commercial college.
Remember the dead. Let me sell you a nice monument. Prices reasonable. See H. V. Westmoreland
LOST, a set of teeth on Boggy about a month ago. Finder please notify Mrs. W. P. Fryer, Caney, Route 1.
Mrs. S. S. Sessions, Mrs. J. W. Overstreet, and Mrs. W. E. McIntosh were Durant visitors last Saturday.
Bromide water for health.
Mrs. Lloyd Rogers and two little daughters were in Caddo Tuesday from Durant visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Glasscock arrived in Caddo Wednesday to make their home after a prospect to the west.
Mrs. Fuller Mason of Caney died at her home Friday and was buried Saturday in Caney Cemetery. She leaves a 16-day old baby.
Bromide water from Bromide Springs delivered anywhere in town for $1 per 5-gal. bottle. Leave orders at Guthrie’s Drug Store.
Rev. M. A. Cassidy went to Hugo and other eastern places Monday to endeavor to entice denizens of the deep to be pals with him.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Chiles, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hauer and daughter, Jasmine, Misses Zola Willis and Iona Rogers, and Mr. Robert Harris spent last Sunday at Devil’s Den.
Last Sunday afternoon Judge Maddox united in marriage Mr. Roy Nickhols and Miss Birdie Mitchell of Blue Postoffice. The young people will make their home at Blue Postoffice.
Claude Glasscock is planning to put in a garage and filling station on Buffalo Street next to Rohde’s store. This will be eight for Caddo and insures the autoists of being fully supplied with every necessity during the season.
Since the talk of the big Odd Fellows Jubilee in Caddo May 8th there has been a revival of interest in that splendid lodge to the extent that every lodge has put on new life. Wednesday evening Walter Lambert and Clinton Rogers of Caney lodge and Jim Foster and R. H. McGraw of Caddo lodge went to Milburn where they helped in degree work, had a big feed there, and each enjoyed the trip. Colbert lodge instituted a lodge of Rebekahs this week. Odd Fellowship means friendship and good citizenship. Caddo is glad that a bunch of such good fellows are coming to see us.
Next Tuesday night at the Methodist Church the Normal Glee Club will render a program of song and music. No admission will be charged. Next week at the Royal Theater the Music Club plans to give a minstrel; the net proceeds to go toward buying reference books for the high school library.