The Caddo Herald
January 25, 1929
Mrs. J. H. Franks is sick at her home.
G. E. Smith was a business visitor to Durant Monday.
Edwin Hogan was home from Oklahoma City this week.
H. T. Styron was here Tuesday from Konawa on business.
Miss Ludie Mae Waire of Atoka visited her parents last weekend.
Mrs. Frances Riddel is visiting her daughters, Mrs. Carl Johnson and Mrs. Cora Brodie.
Miss Mary Lee Styron of Konawa was visiting relatives and friends here the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brown of Honey Grove, Texas spent Sunday with her father, R. C. McGraw.
No hunting or trapping allowed night or day on our place. Ward & Wakefield
Mrs. Barber and Misses Rachel Barber, Mary Bob Wilson, and Frances Dale visited in Durant Saturday.
Want to buy any barns or out building in town or country. Harvey Phelps
Mrs. Cora Brodie returned home Sunday form Denison where she was called on account of the illness of her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Taylor, Haskell Taylor, and Mrs. Alice Bradley were in Sherman Sunday attending the funeral of a friend, Mrs. Kregor.
To rent- About 25 acres on the halves, good black land. Also lots of good prairie hay for sale at $7.50 per ton. Mrs. R. C. Freeny
Henryetta Lump coal $8.50 per ton from car. Unloading first of week. Lingo-Leeper Co.
The Christian Endeavor at the Presbyterian Church for young people elected officers. Miss Hazel Meadows, president, Lois Goddard, vice-president. N’Ella Bilbo, secretary and treasurer. Miss Mabel Hauer, sponsor. Splendid instructive programs are being planned. Meets Sunday evenings at 6 o’clock. Come out and encourage their worth while efforts.