The Caddo Herald
April 13, 1928
Of Local Interest
I.Schaffer had business Monday in Durant.
Henry Bass had business in Seminole this week.
Jake Cummins was here from Matoy Wednesday.
Dr. E. D. Dales, from Seg___ was here a while last Saturday.
Miss Nettie Harmon was in Caddo Monday evening from Durant.
Mrs. L. M. Nettleton attended the W. M. S. meeting at Tulsa this week.
Misses Virginia and Madge Richey were home from Sherman Sunday.
Miss Beuna Russell was the guest of Miss Sewell Barber Monday night.
Hunter Joe Hogan from ___ spent Sunday here with home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Barber and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sargent visited friends in Caney Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Boone have been here from Konawa this week visiting relatives and friends.
Mrs. Carl Johnson attended Grand Chapter ___ at Guthrie this week representing Caddo Chapter.
Chiles Gets Car Stolen Sunday
Thieves stole H. T. Chiles Ford Sunday night while he and his family were at church. The car was found abandoned on the highway near Red River Bridge, and brought to Durant by Dan Collins of the police force. Mr. Chiles brought his car home Tuesday at noon. The thieves wired around the lock so were able to start the car without a key. They got scared when the bridge keeper came out to collect the toll.
The state attorney general and County Attorney McReynolds have filed arson charges against several prominent Durant citizens who have been placed under bond pending a trial.
The charges grew out of the burning of several stores, residences, and gins, and collection of insurance. The examining trial will be at Durant Monday week before J. P. Neely.