The Caddo Herald
April 13, 1923
Get it at Dodd’s.
Bring your Kodak films. Dodd
Quality buns every day at The Bakery.
Quality cakes and pies every day at The Bakery.
Miss May Hilger was here Sunday from Durant visiting friends.
Deputy H. W. Thompson was up from Durant Tuesday morning.
Miss Marion Naylor spent last weekend with her parents at Calera.
Lake Brewer is attending district court this week as a petit juror.
See H. T. Chiles for Duroc and Poland China pigs at weaning time.
Plenty of everything good to eat. Moran, Meadows & Hogan
Mrs. I. c. McCoy and Mrs. L. M. Nettelton were Sherman visitors Monday.
Mrs. U. S. Markham has returned from a two week’s visit with her son in Dallas.
A.E. McCreary is able to be back on his job as route carrier. His ear is much better.
Saturday is Prize Night at the Royal- be sure to come. Lots of fun, a good show- plenty of action.
Mrs. H. M. Dunlap, from Ennis, Texas, visited the family of her brother, Henry Edwards, this week.
Mrs. J. H. McCalman left Tuesday for Guthrie where she is attending the sessions of the Grand Chapter, O. E. S.
Monday M. Davis moved from town back to his farm north of town. The children will continue to attend Caddo High.
Mr. and Mrs. Lake Brewer visited Mrs. Tinnie Brewer in Sherman Sunday. They report Grandma is doing nicely.
A little shower Wednesday night helped brighten vegetation considerably. It was not enough to run in the ditches.
Mrs. W. F. Clower, Mrs. B. K. Pate, Fleming Clower, Jack Pate, and D. O. Nail, Jr. were Sherman visitors Sunday to see Mrs. Brewer.
A.T. Hatcher is again in the butcher business at Castleberry’s. He would like his friends to call on him. Quick meat service if you phone 84.
We are in the hauling business. No job too small or too large for our close attention. Phone 84. We move it. Sargent Bros.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Boydstun, of Houston, Texas wish to announce to their friends in Caddo the birth and death of their twin sons Bobby and Billy, April 2nd, 1923.
The D. M. S. girls, chaperoned by Miss Dora Hogan, and Rev. W. B. Slack, enjoyed a hike last Saturday afternoon north of town. They took lunch with them and returned before dark.
Miss Ethel Jones was hostess to the Young People’s Missionary Society last Friday evening. Fourteen members were present and enjoyed the occasion. After business session the hostess served delicious refreshments.
New car of Pride of Perry flour just in at Moran, Meadows & Hogan.
Ross Bonner and O. R. Smith have purchased the Highway Service Station from Freeman Beaty and have taken charge. They cordially invite you to shop with them when you want real service in the way of oil, gas, and accessories.
The old reliable Insurance Agency where your neighbor insures. Why not you? We have our first claim to settle but what has been satisfactory to the assured. Hail season is now on. Let us write your insurance on your growing crops. H. D. Person, manager
Call for school warrants: All general fund school warrants of district no. 5, Bryan County, Oklahoma for 1921and 1922 and up to No. 52 of the 1922-23series are now payable upon presentation. Interest stops upon this notification. G. B. Moran, Treas.
The faithful negroes who stood by their masters during the Civil War were voted pensions by the South Carolina legislature. The pensions are to be granted under virtually the same conditions as those now paid to Confederate veterans.