May 26, 1911
Ernest Carroll was in town Friday.
R.E. Zeigler went to Dallas Sunday.
Richard Boydstun went to Dallas Sunday.
Postmaster Butler was here from Durant last Friday.
Howard Faudree was in to the Fair ;meeting last Friday.
Frank Semple was a business visitor to Durant Monday.
Judge E. F. Nicolds transacted business in Durant Monday.
John Roberts was in town last Saturday smiling at the rain.
New line of spring clothing just in at G.W. Phillips Co.
For Sale- An Incubator in good condition. Stanley Williams
You make money if you look at Siegel’s goods before you buy.
Frank Mugler was here during the rain Saturday. He liked it.
Eighteen years in the paint business at your service. Bartley
Cecil Bilbo is now stenographer for the Oklahoma State Bank.
Modern Woodmen of America
Camp No. 14206
If you have anything to haul, let us know. Sargent Bros. Dray and Transfer Co. Phone 84
Berry Norman was up from Durant Saturday and subscribed for Bryan County Fair stock.
B.S. Ellis has completed a cement walk in front of his residence on West Buffalo Street.
Money to loan at 8 per cent on your farm. See Dr. Charles T. McGregor
Bud Maytubby was in from Voca last Friday. he likes to come to Caddo once in a while.
Just received a big shipment of all sorts of millinery. It is up-to-date. Ben Siegel
Phillips is the place to buy any thing you need. They have the goods and want a chance to show you.
I do general delivery and transfer business and solicit a share of your patronage. R.E. Ziegler.
P.W. Howe is attending the meeting of the State Banker’s Association in Oklahoma City this week.
Charles Trent returned Friday form a two week’s visit to Mineral Wells, Texas. He reports a pleasant trip.
Miss Irene Miller, who was one of the faculty of the Caddo Public schools, returned Saturday to her home at Durant.
P.W. Arnold was here form Tishomingo Saturday shaking hands with his many friends, and looking after interests.
George White came in to the Fair meeting last Friday. He was in town again Saturday rejoicing over the rain.
For sale or trade for land in Bryan or Atoka counties, two good residences in Durant, Okla. John A. Phillips, Caddo, Okla.
Mr. and Mrs. Will R. McBride are visiting in Oklahoma City. Will is attending the meeting of the State Bankers’ Association.
Amos K. Bass has torn down the old Baptist church building on south Main street and is figuring on building a hotel on the lot.
Last Friday afternoon the horse of Dr. Allen ran away. Mr. T. H. McGregor was in the buggy, and was thrown out, slightly injured.
Floyd Maytubby has accepted a position as bookkeeper at the Security National Bank. Floyd was one of the graduates of Caddo High School this year.
R.C. Freeney attended the Fair Booster meeting in town last Friday. He is a subscriber for stock, and believes the fair will result in much good to all concerned.
H.T. Chiles treated the pupils of Miss Wallace's kindergarten last Friday to a ride in his auto. The little fellows enjoyed it very much and voted Mr. Chiles a “nice man”.
The good rain last Saturday put the finishing touches on the oat crop, and materially assisted cotton, corn, and hay. Surely the Lord is beaming brightly on his people here.
Sick headache results from a disordered condition of the stomach, and can be cured by the use of Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver tablets. Try it. For sale by all druggists.
When the Doctor writes a prescription of course you want the best. Then take it to the Corner Drug Store where you always get the best. Our prices are just right and treatment the most courteous.
Work has begun on the new Masonic Hall. A second story of brick is being added to the building occupied by The Herald and county court room. It will be occupied by the Masons exclusively as a lodge room.
The local camp W.O.W. have ordered a new lot of uniforms for their team, which is one of the best in Oklahoma. Little as you would think of it Caddo has many of the best things in Oklahoma. Our Woodmen boys captured several of the prizes at the late Shawnee encampment.