The Caddo Herald
August 13, 1920
Mrs. J. C. Davison visited in Denison last week.
W. H. Slack was here from Roberta last Saturday.
You want the best flour? Get S. & P. at Hancock’s.
Coffee did you say? Moran & Meadows has it. Just call 72.
Wm. Ray came up from Greenville Monday to visit friends.
Mrs. C. E. Manning and children visited in Coleman Sunday.
Fred Slack was up Wednesday from Durant greeting old friends.
I. Schaffer and wife went to St. Louis to buy goods for their store.
Miss Bertie Wood of Coleman visited in Caddo the first of the week.
Morris Overstreet was here Sunday from Durant visiting homefolks.
Judge John L. Boland made a business trip to Claremore Monday.
Barney Wood and children, Marie and Clovis, visited in Durant Sunday.
H. S. Whitt returned Sunday from a week’s visit his old home in Kentucky.
Dr. and Mrs. Dale are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine young man which came Tuesday night.
Miss Dora Hogan, who is teaching school at Bokchito, visited homefolks Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Payne Hogan was called to the bedside of her sister at Oklahoma City who had had a stroke of paralysis.
Plenty of money to lend on land where title is good. Will give you the cash when the papers are signed. J. H. Cossart
We’re in the hauling business. None too large for us. No job too small for close attention. Phone 84. Sargent Bros.
Please have your laundry out early Monday morning as it is almost impossible to cover the same ground twice after laundry. Moran & Meadows
Peters & Hull have a new battery charging apparatus whereby they can charge your battery right. Also have rent batteries to use while you wait. See them.
G. B. Moran and family left Sunday in their car to spend the week in west Texas.
Mrs. Barney Wood and children, Francis and Clifton, are spending the week in Tulsa.
Miss Phyllis Hancock arrived home Sunday to spend her vacation. She is employed in Oklahoma City.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Smith were here Sunday from Durant. They also went to Banty to visit Theodore Smith.
Mrs. Mattie Lynch is in St. Louis this week buying goods and studying new millinery styles for Schaffer’s store.
Mr. and Mrs. Deavers of Ada visited in Caddo Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Deavers will be remembered as Miss Buenos Phillips.
Mrs. Brown, who had been visiting Mrs. John L. Boland, left Saturdays for Coleman where she will visit before returning to her home.
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Shofner from Norman arrived Sunday and are spending the week visiting friends and relatives in and near Caddo.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Jeannes have sold their crop five miles west of town to S. L. Shofner and will move to town, occupying rooms at the Lyle place.
The entertainment given tonight at the Royal Theater for the benefit of the Baptist building fund will be quite enjoyable and you will at the same time be helping a good cause.
Mrs. Preston Renfro of Huntington, Texas, is visiting her uncles Charlie and Fred Jones. She has been in St. Louis this summer studying music. She will return to her home this week.
Miss Josephine Harper of Ennis, Texas is visiting Mrs. P. H. Boxley.
Quite an enjoyable time was had at the home of C. W. Jones Wednesday night in the form of an ice cream supper and get-together meeting. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Jones and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Boydstun and son, Emmet, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Shofner and son, Myron, Mrs. J. N. Shofner, Mrs. Preston Renfro, Miss Annie Muckleroy, and Mr. and Mrs. James P. Shofner.
We have bought the Dempsey Transfer Line and invite all his former patrons to patronize us. And we guarantee satisfaction. J. M. Summers & Son