The Caddo Herald
February 16, 1912
Car load of alfalfa just in at Bass.
D. O. Nail went to Durant Tuesday.
Geo. White went to Durant Tuesday.
Cigars, tobacco, etc. at the new Variety Store.
A girl arrived at the home of Roy Hawks Tuesday.
John Folsom was here this week form Oklahoma City.
Henry Bass left Sunday to spend the week in St. Louis.
Think of it! Candy at 10c per pound at New Variety Store.
New 5 room house cheap- half cash. H. T. Chiles
Rev. W. V. Teer visited Bokchito Tuesday and Wednesday.
See our spring suit samples- full lengths. Thompson, Tailor.
See Bass for feed, seed- all kinds. Bought by the car load.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Doxsee have returned from a trip to Kansas City.
Mrs. Lena Ham, form Tulsa, visited her mother in Caddo this week.
Mrs. A. E. Folsom visited Miss Emise Folsom in Sherman this week.
Good line candy 10c, 15c, and 25c per pound at New Variety Store.
A.C. Chaney can sell your property if you will list it with him right. Chaney can negotiate that farm loan more satisfactory than anyone. The Fire and Tornado policies issued by A.C. Chaney are as good as gold.
Dr. Levy’s ad may benefit your eyes. Will be at Mason Drug Store Feb. 23rd.
Mrs. Barber from Caney visited her daughter, Mrs. Settles, in Caddo this week.
We have a few of the little savings banks on hand. Oklahoma State Bank.
Plenty of good seed oats at Bass. Better buy now while they are plentiful.
Mrs. Ellis Boydstun died at her home near Blue last Friday night and was buried in Caddo Cemetery Saturday. Mrs. Boydstun formerly lived in Caddo.
Mr. and Mrs. G.C. Phillips were down form Atoka Sunday visiting homefolks.
See H. T. Chiles for several bargains he has in town lots and residence properties.
Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Bilbo are rejoicing at the arrival of a fine girl Tuesday morning.
Andy Fryer was in Caddo last Friday. He is a candidate for sheriff of Atoka county.
Mrs. Chas. Faudree and children were down form Atoka this week visiting Mrs. Hauer.
FOR SALE: Good milk cow, be fresh soon, half Jersey and Holstein. I. S. Powell
I.Schaffer and F. P. Semple went to McAlester Wednesday to be present at Masonic grand lodge.
Mrs. Bessie Boyer form Wapanucka is visiting the family of her brother, G. E. Carroll, in Caddo.
R. E. Powers, formerly editor of the News at Durant, was a business visitor to the city yesterday.
You will never know the beauties of our spring sample until you examine them. Thompson, Tailor.
The Woman’s Club will meet with Mrs. J. R. Allen Satruday afternoon. A large attendance is desired.
Full cloth samples to select form. The prices are not the only attractive features. Thompson, Tailor.
Mrs. B. E. Homer left today for Kansas City and St. Louis to buy goods for her spring millinery trade.
Furnished rooms with or without board. Pleasant neighborhood, good board. See Mrs. C. A. Hancock.
We have many extra values in novelties. Come and see. Everything priced in plain figures. New Variety Store.
Have your eyes examined by Dr. Levy the expert optician of Oklahoma. Will be at mason Drug Store Feb. 23rd.
Wednesday morning Mr. W. F. Dodd suffered a painful accident in getting from a surrey at the depot, skinning his thigh.
Bass always has met the situation. They meet it this year with all kinds of feed, chops, shorts, bran, oats. Car lot buyers.
Hon. J. W. Clark was down Caney Wednesday. He is the aspirant for county attorney of Atoka County on the democratic ticket.
The W. H. M. Society meets next Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. W. V. Teer in devotional exercises. All members are requested to be present.
Ruel F. Taylor was in the city yesterday afternoon. Mr. Taylor is a candidate for sheriff of Bryan County and his announcement will appear in the next issue of this paper.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Styron, Mrs. Mattie Bloom, Mr. and Mr. H. G. Huffman left Sunday on the flyer for St. Louis where they will buy their spring lines of dry goods.
W. H. Glasscock has employed an up-to-date machinist and is prepared to do work on all autos, gasoline engines, etc. all guaranteed. He has all kinds of auto supplies, batteries, spark plugs, and the best lubricating oil. Has agency for Ford, Mitchell, Cole, Ramble and Hupmobile cars. Parties interested will be given a demonstration.