The Caddo Herald
March 10, 1922
Guy G. Crossett returned to school at Terrell Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Turnbull have a nice young man at their home since last week.
Cal Adams returned this week from a visit with his daughter at Mountain Park, Okla.
Mrs. Floyd Atkins, who underwent an operation in Sherman last week, is doing well.
Tanlac can bring health to you as it has thousands of others. It is sold by W. E. McIntosh.
Edwin Hogan, who is attending business college at Sherman, ws home Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Muncie Crutchfield and J. W. Crutchfield visited Mrs. Crutchfield at Sherman last weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Evans went to Windom last Saturday to attend the Home Coming celebration in the family.
A.E. Richey became postmaster at Caddo March 1st. Mr. Carraway is with him for a while to help. Miss Keith is his assistant.
J. G. Peters came up Sunday from Fort Worth. He thinks there is no place like Caddo, and likes to come back to see his friends here.
Word from the hospital at Sherman reports that both Mrs. Crutchfield and Rev. Rylant are doing well, fast recovering from their operations.
Eggs- From Ferris’ S. C. White Leghorns, best laying strand $2.00 a setting; Rhode Island Reds $1.00 per setting. Phone 23, Mrs. Boland.
We’re in the hauling business. None too large for us. No job too small for close attention. Phone 84. Sargent Bros.
Don’t let that sour stomach sour your disposition and make your life miserable while Tanlac is ready to give you relief. Get it now. W. E. McIntosh
Mrs. E. Rylant and two sons visited Rev. Rylant in Sherman Sunday. Last Friday he underwent an operation at Sherman hospital. He is doing nicely now.
After five years in office Sam Swinney turned the Durant post office over to Alma Butler last week. One thing about us Americans- we don’t have a revolution when we change officials.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Boydstun and daughter Maxyne left Caddo Saturday, March 4th, for Houston, Texas where Mr. Boydstun has accepted a position with the Magnolia Products Company.
To those who are away, or expecting to be out of town and have property that will need attention, such as rents and other miscellaneous items, I shall be glad to act as agent during that period of time. S. P. Hogan
Mesdames J. C. Davison, W. F. Dodd, J. W. Smith, Messrs. J. C. Pittman and Ambrose Smith went to Durant Wednesday to attend the Baptist conference in the interest of the $5,000 campaign. They report a very entertaining meeting.
Wednesday afternoon little Helen Sargent was taken to Sherman where she was operated on immediately for appendicitis. She is now reported doing nicely. She was accompanied by her mother and father and Mrs. J. L. Sargent. They made the trip in a car driven by Kirby Glasscock.
The month of March is known as the most disastrous month of the year for fires and tornadoes. It is better to be safe than to regret negligence. Have your property protected against such loss and let the insurance companies carry the risk. All business entrusted to me will receive prompt attention. Yours for service, S. P Hogan.
In severing my connection with the Caddo Motor Co. I would not be just to the good people of Caddo and vicinity I did not voice my appreciation of their generous treatment of me during my stay here. I shall always remember Caddo with pleasure. Mr. Hedley Abbot takes my place as manager of the Caddo Motor C. He will be glad to furnish you with anything needful for the Ford and Fordson Tractor. S. H. Sullivan