The Caddo Herald
January 6, 1922
Of Local Interest
Amos K. Bass had business in Dallas this week.
Geo. H. Mills was over form Kenefick Tuesday.
Miss Algene Chiles returned to Sherman to school Monday.
Bart Slack left Monday to visit relatives in Windom, Texas.
Ben Siegel has returned from a visit to his daughter at St. Louis.
House and three lots for rent, $10 per month. See G. E. Tate
Edward Hogan left Sunday to attend business college in Sherman.
Trades Day will be bigger than ever because Evan’s sale starts then.
Plenty of Sugar Bags for sale. Moran & Meadows.
Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Allen have returned from a visit to Greenville, Texas.
Visit Evans & Son’s great 4-day Cut Price Sale that starts Wednesday 11th.
Many people on the verge of despair have taken Tanlac and recovered. Sold by W. E. McIntosh.
Ralph Chiles returned to Alton, Ill., to school Wednesday afternoon, after spending the holidays at home.
Miss Marion Naylor returned Monday to her school at Atoka after spending the holidays at home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne returned Sunday from spending a week with relatives at Deport, Texas.
Peter Bloom returned Monday from a visit to the Mexia oil fields. He says things are rather busy there.
Mr. and Mrs. Dandridge, Mr. and Mrs. Carter, and Mr. Roberts, were here from Caney Sunday evening.
Miss Charleen Hogue returned Sunday to her school at High, Texas, after spending the holidays at home.
Ellis Smith, after spending the holidays at home, returned to Dallas Monday to resume his studies at Baylor.
Be sure to visit Evans’ great 4-Day Sale that begins Wednesday, Jan. 11th when startling values will be offered.
McGee wants to deliver your tailor work. He is prompt to get it and prompt to deliver. Work guaranteed.
Miss Irene Briggs returned to McAlester Sunday, resuming her school teaching after spending the holidays at home.
160 acres good land, good improvements, 4 miles north of Bennington, for rent. See Sam Maytubby, Jr. Caddo, Okla.
Allen Siegel, Wesley Robertson, and Miss Mozelle Downing have returned to State University after spending the holidays at home.
If you are run down, discouraged, and out of heart, get a bottle to Tanlac and see how different it makes you feel. Sold by W. E. McIntosh.
We’re in the hauling business. None too large for us. No job too small for close attention. Sargent Bros.
Guy G. Crossett returned Sunday to Terrell, Texas where he is attending school. He witnessed the famous Center Texas Aggie football game in Dallas Monday.
Miss Aline Sessions, after spending the holidays with homefolks, returned Sunday to Rice, Texas to resume her studies. Her aunt, Miss Lillian Session accompanied her on her visit home.
Rev. Naylor united in marriage Mr. Hardin Green and Miss Lillie Rex at that parsonage last Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock. These young people are popular residents of the Rock Springs neighborhood.
Don’t forget the optical services at Dodd’s Drug Store. You can get just as efficient service here as you can get elsewhere and always save money. More than twenty years’ experience in fitting glasses.
Am now with the Caddo Motor Company and will be glad to have my friends see me there. Will be glad to examine your car and do the necessary work. No cure, no pay. Claude Glasscock
Grandma Smith, mother of Mrs. O’Neal, died Sunday evening after a long illness. Burial was had in Caddo Cemetery Monday afternoon, the service being conducted by Rev. Frank Naylor. Deceased was uncomplaining about her much suffering and was a member of the Presbyterian Church.
The editor and daughter were in Kenefick a while last Friday. We found the town slightly disfigured by the weevil, but still in the ring.
The Kenefick State Bank is changing to a National Bank. W. L. Guthrie is cashier and is ably assisted by Mr. Watkins.
Geo. H. Mills is vice-president and managing officer of the Farmers State Bank and has proven very popular there. He was formerly with the Oklahoma State Bank at Caddo.
J. E. Cosgrove is managing the Lingo-Leeper lumber business there and has made quite a success. He reports business somewhat dull, but sells a toothpick now and then.
Nearly all the land around Kenefick has been broke in preparation for another crop. Farmers had little cotton to pick, so had plenty time to do their fall plowing.
J. D. Thompson is another old Caddo citizen who makes his home in Kenefick. He buys cotton and grain.
Kenefick people are very much disappointed that their town has not been included on any of the hard surfaced highways. And we think they have a right to be sore about it. No town anywhere ever voted more unanimously for road bonds than did these people, and they are in a rich country- so are entitled to consideration on the road building projects. The Herald has not lost hope yet that the road from Kenefick to Cade will be built. Then every town in the county will be pretty well connected.
Want to Work Prisoners
The Peace Officer in session at Durant Monday recommended that the county commissioners work the county prisoners on the roads of the county. As yet the commissioners have not acted upon the paper.
It is pointed out that right now laying in jail is not much punishment to some offenders as it is warm and comfortable there, no work to do, and the county feeds them. By making prisoners worn on the roads it would lessen the expense to the county and help to enforce the law, as some would not be so eager to get in jail.