The Caddo Herald
November 24, 1916
A.E. Ray, Jr. transacted business in Atoka Tuesday.
T. F. Memminger was here a while Sunday from Atoka.
W. F. Semple, wife, and son were here Sunday from Durant.
Prof. G. C. Rorie spent last Friday and Saturday in Ft. Worth.
J. C. Hogan returned Monday from a business trip west of Ardmore.
H. Eichenberger was a business visitor to Oklahoma City Wednesday.
Mrs. J. A. Wood of Coleman visited relatives in Caddo Sunday and Monday.
Fred Slack was up from Durant Friday and Saturday visiting homefolks.
Miss Ethel Whale of Durant spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Mattie May Cole.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Manning and Master Charles Manning were in Durant Monday.
Sam Keith, who moved to Arkansas about two years ago, has returned to Caddo to live.
Dave Horn was in town yesterday trading. He reports the pecan crop good this year.
Misses Avis Park, Sue Petty, and Jennie Scott spent Saturday and Sunday in Durant.
D. McCoy, Grover Braudrick, Misses Monnie Wells, and Alma Hauer spent Sunday in Denison.
Miss Maud Clower, who is attending the Normal at Durant, spent the week end with homefolks.
Mrs. A. B. McCoy spent Sunday in Sherman visiting her father who is in the sanitarium there for treatment.
Misses Myrtle and Maud Drain spent Saturday in Durant where they met their mother and sister from Coleman.
To our many friends who were so kind and thoughtful to us and our Mother during her recent illness and death we wish to extend our heartfelt thanks. J. A. Black and wife.
You only have one pair of eyes, the best you can get for them is not too good. Have your eyes and glasses both examined; if your glasses suit you it will cost you nothing. If not, a nominal sum will be charged for new lens and absolute satisfaction guaranteed. 15 years experience in fitting glass at your service. W. F. Dodd at Corner Drug Store
Miss Floy Crossett came in yesterday from Gainesville to visit her sister Mrs. L. M. Wood.
Misses Bessie and Fannie Welch came down form Atoka Sunday and visited their sister, Mrs. Garnett Smiser.
Miss Josie Malone, Kate Logan, and Vivian Jamison have been this week’s guests at the Wm. Malone home.
Rev. J. D. Catlin of Oklahoma City will preach at the Christian Church next Sunday night. All are invited to hear him.
Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Catlin, sons, Charles, Danah, and Claud, and daughter Marjorie, are the guests of Mrs. Catlin’s sister, Mrs. B. S. Smiser.
I represent standard insurance companies; all losses promptly paid. Lt me have your next policy. A. E. Ray, Jr.
H. T. Bowman, who lives on Route 2, was a visitor to The Herald office Tuesday. He used some of his 20c cotton money to keep The Herald coming to him.
Mrs. A. S. Farnham and little daughter returned today from a visit to Dallas and Ft. Worth and are with Mrs. Farnham’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Smiser.
N. B. McClure was in town Monday with produce. Mr. McClure believes in diversifying his products and as a result has plenty to eat and some money all the time.
Sargent Bros., the draymen, can haul anything anywhere. Call 84 when you want something moved. Always ready for work. It’s worth something to know that it will be done right.
Hugh Maytubby was here a few hours from Muskogee Monday. Like all other good democrats he is rejoicing in Wilson’s re-election and in Oklahoma’s large democratic majority.
Miss Myrtle Malone’s Sunday School class gave her a handkerchief shower at Mrs. Rappolee’s home last Friday afternoon. The little folks had a jolly good time fixing and receiving their guests. Mrs. Rappolee is always ready to help the little folks have a good time.