The Caddo Herald
September 4, 1914
Mrs. Paul England was up from Durant this week to visit her sister, Mrs. Dr. R. H. Grassham.
Rev. and Mrs. J. I. Tatum will leave Sunday for Colorado to spend some weeks visiting their sons.
Rev. Luther Roberts returned Monday from holding a meeting at Woodville. He reports a good meeting.
Have nice new rubber tire buggy for sale cheap, cash or credit. W. H. Glasscock
Mr. and Mrs. Durant and several other young ladies whose names we did not get, were visiting the Carnival.
Now is the time to sell your broilers. I will pay you 15c per pound or 25c each. Call at Swift’s scales. J. H. Demsey
Mrs. Bowers and daughter, Miss Edith, from Lehigh, father, and sister of Mrs. Charles Semple, are here for the Carnival.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Maytubby came in from Route 3 to visit the Carnival. Miss Marie Stewart from Marianna, Fla. is visiting them.
Buy ice cream and cold drinks served in sanitary cups and dishes. Individual dishes for each person at the Cove.
School books, the new adoption at Dodd’s. Remember that all school books are cash. Send the money when you send for the books.
Sell your poultry where you’ve always sold it. We buy more, pay more, and do more than anybody else. The Bass Co.
It would be impossible for The Herald to mention the names of all the visitors to the Carnival. It looks like all of the people in the world are in Caddo.
Cecil Bilbo came up form Durant to see the parade Wednesday. Cecil is a former Caddo boy and knows where to come to see a good show.
Howard Faudree and family came in Wednesday to see the Carnival. Mr. Faudree always wins a corn prize and has some entered this year.
D. McCoy, Clarence McCoy, and Isaac McCoy returned Wednesday from a month’s tour of Texas in an auto. They report a pleasant trip.
Your eyes or your glasses- if you have trouble with either, consult Dr. I. Levy, the optician who will be at the Williams Hotel Friday, Aug. 28.
Col. Tuck Hill of McKinney, Texas, a veteran of the War Between the States, is here taking in the Carnival. The Colonel is quite an interesting character. (He was a member of Quantrill’s Raiders.)
Mattie Lynch Bloom will be back at her old stand when she returns from market with the newest things out for fall and winter. Don’t buy your hats and novelties till she returns.
County Judge Rappolee was smilingly greeting his host of friends in Caddo Wednesday. The judge never fails to come to the Carnival and he is always welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Styron from Cleburne, Texas, arrived last week to visit their son, H. T. Styron and family. They also waited over for the Carnival.