The Caddo Herald
August 21, 1925
Miss Bertie Wood visited her brother here the first of the week.
Miss Katie Lattimore was visiting in Madill.
D. R. Williams was in town Tuesday greeting friends.
Take sick batteries to Dr. City Garage. Make them well.
For sale, good piano. See Mrs. Ida Shelby or Tom Gross.
Guy G. Crossett was home last Friday and Saturday from Ada.
Fresh groceries and plenty of them at Moran, Meadows & Hogan.
Marshal and Mrs. V. V. Ware visited relatives in Boswell last Sunday.
Mrs. R. M. Wise and Joe Stubblefield were Denison visitors Tuesday.
Mrs. J. K. Bass has returned from a visit with relatives at Clifton, Texas.
Mrs. Otis Smith from Oklahoma City is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith.
Please have your laundry on the porch by 9 o’clock p.m. each Tuesday. Vernon Westmore
Howard Council is home from an operation at Durant Hospital, doing nicely.
H. F. Bass has returned from a three week’s business trip to Western Texas.
For Sale- Good Jersey cow, gives four gallons of milk per day. See A. Rathbun
Just received new car of flour, both hard and soft wheat. Moran, Meadows & Hogan
N. Damie left Sunday noon for St. Louis where he will buy goods for his fall trade.
Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Allen, from Healdton, visited friends here last Thursday.
I.Schaffer left Sunday for St. Louis to purchase his line of fall dry goods and clothing.
Mrs. C. O. Markham and children have returned from a ten days visit at Alvord, Texas.
Mr. T. A. Dorsey of McKinney, Texas was here Tuesday visiting his son, Mr. Tom Dorsey.
Mrs. R. C. Freeny and Mrs. J. W. Freeny visited Mrs. Will Watson at Bokchito Monday.
Miss Nellie Grant left this week for Montana after visiting relatives here the past two weeks.
Edwin Hogan has returned to Sallisaw after spending a few days vacation with homefolks.
Miss Edith Moore has returned home from Oklahoma City where she has been visiting friends.
Mrs. Barlow Roberts from Sherman is spending the week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. Rathbun.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Evans visited Dallas last week where Mr. Evans bought goods for their store.
For cow feed, horse feed, or hog feed call Moran, Meadows & Hogan. Good service is a specialty with us.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Wood spent Sunday with his parent at Coleman. They also visited there Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Davison and Mrs. T. J. Coffey and daughter Miss Lucille spent a part of this week in Dallas.
Bun Freeny and Miss Ida Freeny and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Freeny have returned from a visit to Blanchard and Oklahoma City.
Bromide water from Bromide Springs delivered anywhere in town for $1 per 5-gallon bottle.
Capt. J. C. Styron returned Monday from camp at Ft. Sill. He and Mrs. Styron and son let Tuesday for their home in Dallas.
Mrs. M. W. Merrill and Miss Mae Smith of Durant and Mrs. Reeves Sales of Wilson are guests of Mrs. W. A. Jones this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bilbo and daughter have returned to Los Angeles after several weeks visit with relatives here and at Colbert.
Read about evolution and religion in the Ladies’ Home Journal. Get the magazine form Hardin Meadows at George’s Hot Lunch.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cavett, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cavett, and Gus Cavett of Oklahoma City spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Wood.
Lee Thurmond was here from Caney yesterday boosting the picnic to be held here next week. He says the worms are doing lots of damage to cotton.
Early Zion and Sam Pettit were here from Matoy yesterday. They report some damage to cotton by worms but think on the whole that their crops are good.
Eddie Swift, from St. Paul Minn. , is spending two weeks with his father, M. D. Swift in Caddo. He is a Caddo raised boy and his old friends here are glad to see him.
If you feel despondent, have dizzy spells, coated tongue, lame back, headaches, lumbago, call Moran, Meadows & Hogan and get some good eats so you can smile again.
Congressman Carter was here a while Saturday greeting his friends and attending to the work of the district. Mr. Carter is always looking after some of the interests of his constituents.
Lloyd Manning went to Idabel last Friday where he received his Ford which was stolen in Durant last November 20th. The thief had sold the car to innocent parties who had to stand the loss of the car. The thief was not found.
J. H. Franks has been enjoying a visit this week of four of his brothers: John Franks of Fort Worth, Bill Franks and Chas. Franks of Pearl, Texas, and J. W. Franks of Ashland, Okla. It has been some time since these five brothers were together.
Nineteen members of the Young People’s Missionary Society met Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Wise. An interesting program was rendered. Two visitors, Miss Edith Semple of Oklahoma City, and Miss Thelma Johnson of Stewart, Ok., were present. At the close of the business session the hostess served pineapple ice and cake.