The Caddo Herald
August 8, 1913
Born Wednesday morning to Prof. and Mrs. R. A. Chesnut, a fine girl.
Miss Annie Smith is visiting Mrs. Ed Smith in McAlester.
J.M. Johnson and family from Dallas have moved to Caddo.
Mrs. J. V. Harden from Houston is visiting Mrs. J. W. Crutchfield.
A.F. Manning and son, Spears, spent Tuesday in Sherman, Texas.
Little Miss Kathryn Maddox is here from Muskogee visiting her aunt, Mrs. C. W. Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Ebb Ingle have moved into their new home near the old school building.
Wayne Braudrick returned home last week from traveling with a tent show as a musician.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Huffman left Monday to spend a week at Mena, Arkansas for their health.
Carrol Franks, Tom Gross, Tom Smith, and Clarence Thompson went to Bokchito Tuesday.
Scott Powell and family have moved into their new home in the Bungalow Addition. They have a pretty place.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith and family returned last Friday from a three week visit with relatives at Dodd City, Texas.
Mrs. T. J. Carraway arrived Sunday from Houston, Texas to spend some time visiting her sons, R. H. Caraway here and J. K. Carraway at Kenefick.
Frank Driver from Honey Grove, Texas was here this week visiting his parents and brother, W. L. Driver.
Misses Kate and Pauline Whitehurst from Denison, Texas spent the week with their sister, Mrs. Hugh Maytubby.
Rev. and Mrs. A. S. Eggner returned Saturday from a two-week vacation spent at Durant and Corpus Christi, Texas.
A party of young people chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Campbell, went to Nail Crossing yesterday to spend the day picnicking.
The new home of C. C. Semple is nearing completion. This home is of the latest design and when finished will be a credit to Caddo.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Boland went to Sherman Wednesday to attend the bedside of Tim Turnbull who is very low at the sanitarium with typhoid.
Mrs. John Ray and Miss Neva Ray left Monday for Wyoming, their new home. We regret to lose them, but wish them every happiness in their new home.
Will Turnbull went to Madill last Friday and Saturday and entered the roping contest. He won second money. He reports that many of the best ropers will be at the Corn Carnival.
Mrs. Mary Howe visited her brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Turnbull at the Sherman, Texas, sanitarium Saturday. Mr. Turnbull has typhoid fever and is not doing as well as they had hoped for.
I have secured the services of Mr. Lon Morrow as soda dispenser at my fountain. Mr. Morrow has had fifteen years experience in the fountain business and is expert in his line…W. F. Dodd
I have sold the C. O. D. Grocery to E. T. Hamer and ask that all accounts due the store be squared up at once. You will find me at the store. S. G. Pherigo