The Caddo Herald
November 3, 1916
Fire and tornado insurance at Bert Ray’s.
Sam Maytubby was up from Durant Sunday.
Joe Ralls Jr. was down from Atoka Sunday.
C. C. Craft was here form Colbert Sunday.
Sidney Powell was up from Durant Sunday.
A.E. Boydstun had business in Durant Sunday.
Frank and Gee Hatcher were Durant visitors Sunday.
Mrs. Ernest Bass returned from Hugo last week.
B. M. Needham was in town yesterday from Kenefick.
Mrs. W. J. Boyles is improving after a three week’s illness.
Ira Smiser was up from Durant Sunday visiting homefolks.
Mrs. Mary Thompson of Denison visited in Caddo last week.
Miss Laudie Hipp spent Saturday and Sunday with homefolks.
Mr. Shearl Shofner began teaching at Buffalo Monday morning.
Rev. R. B. Neel will preach at Corinth Sunday afternoon at 3.
J. L. Campbell went to Dallas the first of the week on business.
Miss Nina Johnson spent last week in Atoka visiting Mrs. T. A. Hicks.
Mrs. Locke went to Fort Worth last Friday night to attend the Grand Opera.
Tom Smith returned last Friday after visiting Galveston and the Dallas Fair.
Miss Myrtle Malone visited Mrs. Lawton England in Durant last of last week.
You may depend upon getting the latest and best in all ladies goods at Huffman’s.
Misses Lillian and Jewel Jennings returned from their visit to Texas Sunday night.
Mrs. Paul England and children of Durant spent Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. Grassham.
J. C. Grewell, who lives on the Jones farm north of town, has become the owner of a new car.
Professor G. C. Rorie and Miss Sue Petty attended Gran Opera at Fort Worth last Friday night.
Gray Nickels was in town yesterday.
Mrs. J. B. Hipp was a Durant visitor Tuesday.
Elmer Rowsey and Lee Hancock were Dallas visitors Sunday.
Let Bert Ray have your fire insurance.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pitchlynn were in town Tuesday visiting grandma Folsom.
Dudley Maytubby and Fred Slack, Normal students at Durant, were at home Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Hazel Clower spent the latter part of last week at Durant with Miss Maud Clower and Mrs. Sweeney.
Mr. Audra Hipp returned Friday night from Tushka where he has been teaching in his sister’s place in High School.
See our line of hosiery. Best in town for children. H. G. Huffman
See the Brownie Band at the opera house tonight given by the Presbyterian Aid Society. You will enjoy it.
Have two good second-hand Ford autos for sale cheap. Campbell Bros.
Special: Ten to twenty-five per cent off on all ladies and Misses coats and suits. H. G. Huffman
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Jones attended the Dallas Fair last week, returning home Saturday. They report a pleasant time.
Naomi Hensley is not improving very fast, but is getting along as well as a typhoid case can at this stage of the case.
Mrs. T. S. Maytubby returned home last Saturday from a two week’s visit with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Maytubby at Muskogee.
Misses Ida Freeny and Daisy Fryer spent the latter part of the week in Dallas seeing the Fair. They report a most enjoyable time.
Lost- Coat to blue silk suit last Friday, between Caddo and Caddo Hill. Finder please return to Herald office or to Mrs. W. T. Smith.
See our nifty line of Ladies and Misses knit and silk headwear. Nice for cold weather. H. G. Huffman
Mrs. Sadie Adair and children of Texas are the guests of Mrs. Joe Drake, who is Mrs. Adair’s sister. Mrs. Adair is a former resident of Caddo.
The Christian Ladies gave an Oyster supper in the vacant building next door to the picture show last Friday night and realized a neat sum which we are sure will be used for a good purpose.
Miss Ethel Moore spent last Sunday at home after a delay and three misses in connections and got home on one train and returned on the next.
If you want a good cheap secondhand automobile, see us. We have two good Fords. Campbell Bros.
Big shipment of underwear just in for men, ladies and children. We have union suits and two piece garments. H. G. Huffman
Mrs. G. A. Smith returned last week from a two month’s visit to her old home in Kentucky She looks better and says her general health has improved.
Last Sunday morning there was quite a lonesome vacancy at the Christian church during the Sunday School hour. Superintendent Malone was too sick to be there.
Mrs. Locke has painted her residence on Buffalo Street solid white which makes a very beautiful dwelling and helps the appearance of that part of town considerably.
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.
Mrs. G. M. Pitchlynn has spent the past week visiting her old friends Mrs. A. B. McCoy and Mrs. Jim Moore. Mrs. Pitchlynn will make her home in Caddo for a while and her son Carlisle will join her here about Jan. 1st.
Mr. Jess Maytubby accompanied his wife to McAlester last Monday where she had an operation for eye trouble. The condition is better, but three more treatments will be necessary to perfect a cure.
S. R. Hicks and son from Hazel Valley, Ark., arrived Monday and will spend the winter with the family of J. M. Hogue who lives three miles east of town. These men had not seen each other for seventeen years and they are quite happy now in going over past happenings.
Miss Caraway, who has been the guest of her brothers here, returned to her home in Texas, accompanied by Mrs. Joe Caraway and children.
I represent standard insurance companies, all losses promptly paid. Let me have your next policy. A. E. Ray, Jr.
A large number of the Woodmen Camp of Caddo went to Caney last week and put on some initiation work for that Camp. The Caney Sovereigns treated them royally and the evening was very muchly enjoyed by those who attended. After the work was completed a midnight lunch was served and the Hall was vacated.