The Caddo Herald
March 6, 1925
Mrs. H. F. Bass has returned from a visit in Sherman.
N. Damie left Sunday for St. Louis to buy goods for his store in Caddo.
C. T. Johnson and Carroll Franks visited Dallas Monday and Tuesday.
J. L. McGee and Roy Barber were business visitors to Durant Tuesday.
Mrs. W. P. Wood, from Shawnee, Oklahoma, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. K. Bass.
A boy arrived March 2nd at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Fryer at Wrotham, Texas.
A twelve pound young lady arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Guthrie Sunday.
J. Ernest Bass was up from Durant Tuesday attending to business and visiting the Lion’s Club.
Read the announcement of the Durant Mercantile Co. on page five. It will be interesting to you.
Miss Golda Carlton spent a few days during the first part of the week with Miss Cricket Fleming of Kenefick.
Guy G. Crossett was down from Ada to spend Sunday with home folks. He is employed by the Choctaw Cotton Oil Co.
T. E. Medaris was here from Kenefick Saturday. He is getting out a new directory for the Kenefick exchange, The Herald doing the work.
The Beauty Parlor at the Durant Mercantile Co. is in charge of competent and courteous operators. Phone in advance for appointment.
W. R. Evans and Carroll Franks were popular at the Presbyterian banquet in Durant Tuesday evening- Mr. Evans with a fine talk and Carroll with two solos.
Whoever found a large leather case at the end of gravel pile by Caddo depot, please leave at Bilbo Inn. Contains important papers. Name, J. H. Pullen, on each.
B. M. Carr and wife from Wardville were here a while Tuesday. Mr. Carr is one of the Atoka county commissioners and has been viewing the good road work done in this part of the county.
W. G. Ward and W. H. Ward were in town a while yesterday trading, getting ready for spring work. W. G. Ward, while up in years, having passed his 77th birthday last November, is able to get around nicely. His friends here are always glad to see him.