The Caddo Herald
March 16, 1930
Nice bedroom for rent. Phone 128.
Commissioner Parrish was here yesterday looking after road work.
G. A. Crossett spend last weekend on a business trip to Oklahoma City.
Mr. and Mrs. Weaver Owens spent the weekend in Dallas with friends.
Fine blue enamel coal and wood range for sale. Mr.’s J. A. Moore
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Maytubby and Miss Doris were visitors to Sulphur Sunday.
Grady Wilson was here Tuesday in the interest of his candidate for county assessor.
J. E. Payne left a few days ago for Eureka Springs, Ark. where he will spend the summer.
Mrs. R. H. McGraw is in Durant Hospital receiving treatment. She is doing as well as expected at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Snell and little ___ of Hi, Texas enjoyed a visit over Sunday, visiting Mrs. Snell’s mother, Mrs. John Hogan.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sands were visitors to Sherman Friday and witnessed the burning of the Grayson County courthouse by the enraged mob.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Manning were here Monday from Oklahoma City. Mr. Manning has filed for lieutenant governor on the democratic ticket.
Charlie Lewis was here yesterday in the interest of his race for county clerk of Bryan County. His school is closed and he is now actively campaigning.
A good gentle Ford pickup for sale or trade, 1927 model. Hurry up- there is another payment almost due. H. I Meadows
Henry Ward was in town Tuesday from Rock Springs. He is a candidate for county commissioner of Atoka County. He says he is the eleventh man to announce for this place.
Bill Mullens, an old timer of Caddo, came in Thursday and enjoyed a short visit with friends. Mr. Mullens for several years resided in Caddo and is a brother-in-law of Eric Holm of this city.
Mrs. Dick Bagwell of Sayre, Oklahoma, Harvey Castellow of Seminole, and Mrs. Joe Boyd of Kenefick, have returned to their homes after spending a few days here with their father, H. A. Castellow, having been here to attend their mother’s funeral last Monday.