The Durant Weekly News
May 15, 1908
Born to Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Semple Monday, a girl.
J. J. Cathey was in Durant Tuesday on business.
Miss Jessie spent Sunday with relatives in Sherman.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barker last Monday, a boy.
Spurgeon Moore from near Caney was in Caddo the first of the week on business.
Jess Franks is doing jury service this week at the County Seat.
W. F. Dodd and wife left yesterday for Sulphur for a few days visit.
James Hudspeth visited relatives in Whitewright, Texas last Sunday.
Mrs. O. R. Nicholson, of Durant, visited her sister, Mrs. A. F. Manning in Caddo this week.
W. L. Comp and editor Morgan of the Agitator, Lewis, Okla., were in the city last Saturday on business.
D. B. Williams attended the Grand Lodge K of P at Sulphur last week. (Knights of Pythias)
Mrs. Arthur Spaulding, of Garvin, Okla. is the guest of Mrs. Frank P. Semple.
Unveiling ceremonies by the Woodmen Sunday June 7th.
The ladies of the Cemetery Club will dedicate the Chapel at the cemetery Sunday May 17th. Services will follow. Knights of Pythias decoration ceremonies.
H. C. Adams has returned from a visit of several days to relatives at Monkstown, Texas.
The different churches of Caddo have combined in an effort to hold a revival. It will be a tent meeting and will begin about June 4th.
June 12, 1908
Charles Ellis was a Durant visitor Tuesday.
Miss Bonnie Hall and Olga Phillips left Monday for Durant to attend the Normal.
Mrs. Barlow Roberts of Kingston is visiting the city, the guest of Mrs. J. B. Lyle.
Mrs. C. W. Plummer of Olney, visited her old friend, Mrs. C. A. Bilbo, of Caddo this week.
Miss Ethel Cobb returned home Tuesday from Sherman, Texas, where she has been attending college.
Misses Robinson, Gravitt, Boydstun, and Manning, who have been attending school at Tushkahoma the past session returned home last Saturday.
Miss Daisy White, who has been teaching in the Caddo High School the past session, left Thursday for her home at Bonham, Texas.
Mr. Weems, from Conway, Arkansas, representing the Western Methodist published at Little Rock, was in Caddo several days this week.
Miss Ola Schwartz returned home from Tupelo this week. Her sister, Mrs. Sims Braudrick, returned with her and will spend several days visiting relatives here.
Miss Bessie McCoy, of Ardmore, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. A. Bilbo, the past week, returned to her home last Wednesday. She was accompanied by Master William Bilbo, who will spend several weeks visiting relatives in Ardmore.
Jim Hudspeth was a Durant visitor last Saturday.
C. A. Bilbo attended court at Durant last week.
Miss Ella Smith went to Atoka last Tuesday to visit friends.
Peter Maytubby and wife are in the city from Yuba on a visit.
Rev. A. H. Tiff left Tuesday for a few days visit to Wapanucka.