The Caddo Herald
February 6, 1914
Garden seed at Bass.
Car load seed potatoes at Bass.
Tom Smith was a Sunday visitor to Atoka.
Tunk Terry was here this week from Quinton, Okla.
W.W. Boone spent Sunday with relatives in Denison.
Frank Lawrence is in town this week serving as juryman.
Seed oats, seed potatoes, onion sets at Huffman & Brewer’s.
J.E. Cosgrove was in town one day this week from Kenefick.
D. S. McDonald was up from Durant Wednesday attending court.
Sheriff Hart was up from Durant Wednesday attending country court.
P. W. Howe was out on Caney creek Wednesday looking after his farms.
J. B. Moore is spending the week in Mineral Wells, Texas, for his health.
Good Jersey milch cow and young calf for sale, see F. Manning.
Miss Eula Childers and Miss McKee were here from Caney Monday shopping.
Mrs. C. E. Thompson and Miss Anna Keynon visited homefolks in Denison Sunday.
Roy Hawks who lives on Route 2 has been serving on the county court jury this week.
Miss Kate Whitehurst is here from Denison visiting her sister, Mrs. E. B. Maytubby.
Mrs. H. T. Styron and little daughter left yesterday for a visit to relatives in Shawnee, Okla.
H. T. Styron left Wednesday for the eastern markets to buy spring goods for the Bass Co.
Mrs. San Joels and daughter, Miss Lizzie, from Atoka, visited Mrs. Ben Siegel this week.
Mrs. Will Semple spent Wednesday and Thursday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Petty.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hamer were here this week attending to business and visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hamilton from Durant, are spending several days in the city this week.
Mrs. Charles McPherren came up from Durant yesterday to visit Mrs. A. M. McPherren.
H. E. Wells went to Durant Wednesday to qualify as road overseer on the south Kenefick road.
A. E. Ray came down from Oklahoma City Monday to spend a month with his family and friends.
Yours Truly is positively the best brand of canned goods in town. Sold by Haralson & Mattox.
There is no load too heavy and none too small to obtain our careful attention. Hauling is our specialty, our business. Let us know your wants. Phone 84. Sargent Bros.
Miss Laudie Hipp came in from her school at Hatcher’s and spent the day with homefolks and friends.
Misses Mary, Anna, and Beatrice Varley of Denison were here Tuesday night to attend the rink and dance.
Get your garden seed, seed potatoes, and onion sets at Bass, the store where you find the best of everything.
Misses Alma Hauer, Nina Hauer, and Flora Riddel spend Saturday evening and Sunday with friends in Atoka.
Wizard Triangular Mops fit the corners, sold for $1.50 at Brigance Hardware Co.
See A. C. Chaney for real estate, farm loans and insurance, first and last and all the time. Office over Pace’s store.
Have you any carpenter, joiner, or cabinet work? See T. P. Johnson- makes anything from a chicken coop to a fine house.
Mrs. M. E. Swannock, of Wagoner, will be here Friday evening to meet with the Woodmen Circle. Every member is urged to be present.
Get Yours Truly corn, tomatoes, pork and beans, oatmeal, coffee, macaroni and other canned goods from Haralson & Mattox, and you will be satisfied.
The Woman’s Missionary Society is remodeling the Methodist parsonage, adding a new room and otherwise enlarging and beautifying the building.
Just received a nice line of Boy’s Saddles, Plush Robes, Collars, and everything carried by a first class Saddle and Harness Shop. Z. T. Finley
Fox Wood and Wright Bomford were here Wednesday from Hugo in the interest of the Oklahoma Immigration Co. which owns two splendid additions to Caddo.
The Civic club will meet next Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Carraway at the home of Mrs. Allen. All members are requested to be present.
Lost, at Bass Co. Store last Friday, a cheap red leather pocket book containing four dollars and a few cents. Finder will please return same to N. T. Beauchamp.
Let me figure with you on your cement work. I have an experienced finisher form Dallas with me, and I guarantee to give you perfect satisfaction. A. N. Wayne
Word comes from his home at Rockford, Ill. that Uncle William Moffatt is very low. He is an uncle of Will, George, and Dick Moffatt who live near Caddo. Last summer he visited relatives here.
Post Office Store for Ladies Home Journal, Saturday evening Post, Country Gentleman, Oklahoman, Muskogee Phoenix, Sunday St. Louis Globe and Republic, Denver Post and all the leading magazines, stationery, candies, cigars, light racket goods and novelties. W. W. Hendricks, Caddo, Oklahoma.
County commissioner Gray Nickles was in town yesterday. He will make his announcement for re-election later.
Work was begun this week overhauling and remodeling the J. M. Goddard home place. It will be made modern in every respect and after completion will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Goddard.
The Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian Church will meet with Mrs. J. K. Bass next Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock. All members are requested to be present as there is business of importance.
Rev. A. S. Eggner moved his family this week to Wapanucka where he is pastor of the Presbyterian Church. Caddo regrets to lose these excellent people, but wishes them well in their new home.
Mrs. A. C. Chaney and Mrs. Davison left Sunday night to buy their stock of millinery in the eastern markets. They will be gone about two weeks and will then open for business with Huffman & Brewer.
The groundhog saw his shadow last Monday all right, so you had better be prepared, for the worst of winter is yet to come. So far, outside of being a little damp, our winter has not been uncomfortable.
W. F. Semple, W. E. Utterback, W. J. Turnbull, Grey Moore, W. F. Tyree, Chas. E. McPherren, C. B. Cochran, Judge Rappolee and Chas. A. Phillips were up from Durant this week attending county court.
Beginning Monday, Dr. W. R. Bowman has resumed the practice of medicine in Caddo, having offices over R. L. Pace’s store. The doctor has many friends who are glad to know of his reentry into the practice.
I have received my new spring fabrics and styles form the Ideal Ladies’ Tailoring co. of Chicago. See me early for your spring suit, skirt, dress, or coat made to measure. Satisfaction guaranteed. Mrs. Ed F. Brown.
Let me have your baggage and hauling business. Every order receives my careful and prompt attention. Phone No. 2 if you want a trunk, grip, box, express or anything else hauled. J. H. Dempsey.
Parties having cotton seed stored with us had better make some disposition of same at once as mill will soon close. Those having seed to dispose of or seed to swap for cake had better do so at once as the mill will close in about two weeks. Caddo Cotton Oil Co.
The Music Club will meet tomorrow, (Saturday) afternoon with Mrs. J. D. Maytubby. This is the time for the regular election of officers is to be held at this meeting and full attendance of the members is especially desired.
A post card or a phone call will bring an experienced corsetiere to your home to demonstrate the merits of Spirella Corsets. For spring delivery give me your order now. Mrs. Ed F. Brown, Corsetiere
A large crowd attended the skating rink Tuesday night. Besides the regular skaters there was an exhibition of trick skating by McCloseky, the skating wonder. After this, those who desired enjoyed a hop. The music was furnished by the Caddo Orchestra.
C. W. Haltom who in December purchased the Malone stock of jewelry, was here last Saturday, Monday, and Tuesday and conducted an auction sale of the stock. Many articles were sold, and the remainder he packed up and sent to his main store at Atoka. Mr. Haltom found that here was not sufficient demand for such a store in Caddo, and he could not give the necessary attention to it.
We have 4 head of good work horses for sale. Huffman & Brewer.