The Caddo Herald
March 13, 1925
Of Local Interest
Mr. and Mrs. Will Owen visited Denison Sunday.
H. D. Person spent the week end in Oklahoma City.
Ray Pace and Chas. Dale were Durant visitors Sunday.
J. D. Thompson is at Caddo for the season with livestock.
Lloyd Rogers was here Sunday from Durant visiting homefolks.
G. H. Moran attended the Woodman convention in Ardmore this week.
Messrs. Downing and Rains were here yesterday from Durant.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Crossett and daughters spent last Sunday in Soper.
Mrs. C. A. Hancock and Miss Ruth Hancock went to Oklahoma City Sunday. Miss Ruth will study music and voice.
G. S. Cobb was taken to Durant Hospital yesterday for treatment. He was suddenly stricken while downtown.
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Snell and little son, from High Texas, spent Sunday with her parent, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hogan.
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Semple, from Oklahoma City, were visiting their daughter, Mrs. Roland Wright, in Caddo Sunday.
J. P. Harmon was here from Durant yesterday. He is a former Caddo citizen and has many friends here who are always glad to see him.
Quite a number of Kenefick Masons were at the regular meeting of Caddo lodge Tuesday evening. Supper was served after initiatory work.
Joe Williams was here last Friday from Caney. He purchased the cold drink fountain from Evans & Son and moved it to his new store in Caney.
Harve McGraw and H. T. Chiles, township directors of the Bryan County Free Fair, were Durant visitors Monday, when full plans for the fair were made.
Lee Smith and L. Dandy were in charge of the services at Midway Sunday afternoon. Mr. Smith and Mr. Dandy made talks and several specials were had. A number of people from Caddo were present but only a few services are conducted monthly by the local Baptist Church, the pastor appointing leaders.
District Court at Durant this week took up the criminal docket.
Bond of one of the men charged with holding up the Caddo National Bank two years ago was forfeited.
Ed Love was given a fine by the jury of $25 for assault with attempt to kill.
Herman Scott and Orville Shannon were given each $100 fine and thirty days in jail, charged with attempt to rape.
Brownie Beard, charged with rape, was given fifteen years by the jury. The occurrence happened last fall in Caddo.