The Caddo Herald
May 17, 1918
Garden seed at Bass.
Morris Overstreet was here Sunday from Durant visiting home folks.
Mrs. A. B. McCoy is spending the week with friends and homefolks in Caddo.
Mrs. G. C. Dawson and children and Miss Edyth Bell, from Wichita Falls, Texas, is here visiting their mother, Mrs. B. W. Bell.
Mrs. Sadie Powell, who has been attending Kidd-Key College at Sherman, returned home this week to spend the vacation with homefolks.
Blockless Self-Threading Hay Presses save two men, make square ends on bale, built in three sizes. Williams Mill Mfg. Co., Texarkana, Arkansas.
Mrs. A. B. McCoy spent the week with old friends in Caddo looking after business interests. Their home is now in Fort Worth where Clarence is in the Service.
Bun McGee suffered a painful injury last Sunday when he was thrown from his horse, his head striking the top of a Bois d’arc stump, inflicting a long gash on the back of his head.
Rev. W. H. Haste and A. E. Ray left Tuesday for Hot Springs, Ark. where they will attend the meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention.
I have on hand several Ideal Tailored suits and silk dresses that I will sell at cost and have altered to fit. Mrs. Ed. F. Brown
Stanley Williams left Sunday for Greensboro, S. C. where he enters Officers’ Training Camp. Stanley was one of ten chosen from Washington and Lee University for his purpose. He has spent two weeks at home with friends before starting his training.
I sell NuBone, made to measure corsets, not sold in stores. I have fitted more than three thousand . Guaranteed for one year’s wear. Fit and satisfaction guaranteed. Mrs. Ed. F. Brown, corsetiere. Second residence from Post Office.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Malone returned Saturday from a two week’s trip to see their son, Preston, at Jacksonville, Fla. they found Preston getting along very nicely; as were also the other boys from Caddo: Will Rowsey, Hiram Hogan, and Carroll Franks. On their way they stayed two days with Dr. and Mrs. Chas. T. McGregor. The Doctor is now in the U. S. Service stationed at New Orleans.
One of the nicest little entertainments was given at Malone’s Drug Store Tuesday evening after the Inter-Society debate, when the members of the Websterian Society entertained the Eurekas with an iced supper. There were fifty-six youngsters present; and cream was in green and gold colors and good cheer and good fellowship prevailed throughout the hour. ‘Twas right that ---strong rivalry the two societies should mingle in common sport, common enjoyment to show that with the passing of the battle all rancors also passed.
Have several used late model automobiles that I will trade for livestock. P. H. Boxley