The Caddo Herald
November 7, 1924
On the job all the time. Craghead’s Garage.
Mrs. Roy Barber was a Durant visitor Monday.
Howard Holmes was here from Durant Tuesday.
Ajax tires and tubes at Hancock’s. They cost less and run more.
Lost near my home a baby’s tan cap. Mrs. Grover Braudrick.
Tom Benson was here a while Monday from Durant shaking hands with friends.
Earl Ridons has returned from a visit with this sister, Mrs. Archer Baker in Madill.
Miss Lucille Nail of Kenefic spent Sunday with Misses Golda and Pauline Carlton.
Mrs. Riddels of Denison is here this week visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. T. Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. Hill, of Ada, were here last week visiting the latter’s father, Rev. M. A. Cassidy.
Henry Roads left Tuesday for Western Oklahoma where he will be employed by the cotton fields.
Miss Jana Rogers, Zola Willis, and Ella Connell spent last weekend with friends and relatives in Caney.
Mrs. Fran Naylor, Robert Frank and Margaret were here from Tishomingo a short while Wednesday.
Let Craghead’s overhaul your car for spring week.
Lost- 15 young (?) turkeys, wt. about 7 or 8 pounds each. J. C. Davison
Attention poultry raisers. Call at our store for free, valuable sample. Caddo Produce
Guaranteed Ford front springs at Craghead’s Garage.
Rev. W. B. Slack was returned to St. Mark’s Church in Oklahoma City by the West Oklahoma Conference last week.
Miss Wilma McDonald has returned to Caddo from Paris, Texas and will make her home with her sister Mrs. John Fielding.
There will be no services at the Methodist Church Sunday except Sunday School and league, the pastor being away at Conference.
Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Cassidy left Wednesday to attend the East Oklahoma Annual Conference which convened at McAlester that evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Owens spent Saturday night in Savanna, Okla. with Mr. and Mrs. Baker B. Archer. They were entertained while there with a social.
We have all sizes of Ajax tires and tubes and they cost a whole lot less per mile than other tires. Once a trial, then a user. At Hancock’s.
I.Schaffer returned Wednesday from St. Louis where he went to buy additional goods for his big store. Trade has been such as to demand larger stock and better stock so Schaffer is always ready to supply the demands of the people. Next week he will have an important announcement to make.
Little Misses Rachel and Royce Barber entertained a party of little folks at their home last Saturday afternoon with a Halloween party.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Tidwell were in Caddo yesterday from Matoy on their way to Alabama where they will make their home. These good people have lived in the Matoy neighborhood the past twenty years and have many friends who regret to see them go, but who wish them well in their new home. They requested that we send their Herald to them.