The Caddo Herald
August 11, 1911
W. R. Bowman is building a handsome residence on the lot just north of the Presbyterian manse. It will contain some eight or nine rooms and add much to the appearance to that part of town.
Mrs. Andrew Bloom died in a hospital in Kansas city Monday and was buried at Limestone Gap Wednesday, Peter Bloom and Mrs. Henry Bloom, from Caddo, attending. Andrew Bloom was raised in Caddo and is well known.
L.E. Joseph has been appointed assistant agent for the Katy at this place; A. M. Smith of Eufaula taking his place as freight man. Mr. Joseph has been with the Katy at this office for seven years and is a valuable man. The business of the station requires additional help so he was advanced.
Chain hitching posts have been placed in appropriate places in town to take the places of the awning posts which were formerly used for that purpose. Caddo is fixing up for the convenience and welfare of her friends.
The Methodist revival meeting which has been in progress at Freeny’s Chapel for the last ten days closed on Tuesday night. There were seven conversions and eight additions to the church and the membership greatly revived. The Pastor, Rev. G. E. Holley was assisted by Rev. W. V. Teer, of Bokchito.
The Woman’s Home Mission met last Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. John Ray. The ladies are figuring on some improvements to the church, among them being the repapering of the inside. Mrs. Ray served elegant refreshments assisted by her daughter, Miss Neva.
At the Corner Drug Store you can get anything you want from a ten cent tooth brush to a diamond ring. The most complete stock of everything supposed to be kept in a drug store to be found in Oklahoma. Don’t forget to come to see us when you come to Caddo and if you don’t want to buy anything, we have a nice place for you to rest, and will entertain you to the best of our ability. W. F. Dodd
The Music club met in regular session with Mrs. Henry Edwards. The president being ill, Miss Allen took the chair. After all the business was attended to a very much enjoyed program was given. There were six new members enrolled: Misses Hodges, Miss Hancock, Miss Bell, Mrs. Charles Semple, and Mrs. Taryer. The Club is very glad to have these much accomplished ladies for members. We then adjourned and were served with delightful refreshments.