I'm not sure how the editor distinguished between "locals" and "personal mention", but yes, these are from the same issue of the paper I posted earlier this week.
The Caddo Herald
April 14, 1899
R. T. Lynch was in Denison Monday on business.
Mr. Douglas of Durant, was in the city Monday.
Judge McPherren spent Sunday and Monday in Texas.
John Hone of Durant was in the city on business this week.
A.M. Merrill will locate in Coalgate for the practice of law.
Ed Allen and Jim Johnson are in the Chickasaw country this week.
Tate Rucker of Sherman, Texas, spent a day in the city this week.
Mrs. John Malmker of Atoka is visiting her friend Mrs. Dr. Long this week.
W. W. Rushing of Enloe, Texas, is visiting the family of his uncle S. J. Rogers.
Mr. J. H. Hembree of Petty, Texas has been in and around Caddo prospecting.
A.B. Nicewarner of Sherman, Texas, was in the city on business one day this week.
Chas. Farrington, the enterprising drug salesman, spent Sunday with his family in town.
J. J. Ranton, lawyer, late of New Louisville, Ark. now visiting in Caddo, will locate in South McAlester.
AD- Is your life worth 50 cents? We defy the world to produce a medicine for this cure of all forms of kidney and bladder troubles, piles, and all diseases peculiar to women that will equal Smith’s Sure Kidney Cure. Ninety-eight percent of the cases cured with Smith’s Sure Kidney Cure that have come under our observation have been cured. We sell our medicine on a positive guarantee if directions are followed and money will be refunded if cure is not affected. Price 50 cents. Sold by W. P. Wood.
A nice line of new dry goods just received at C. A. Hancock’s.
Men’s fine plaid suits in all colors and sizes for $2.95; worth $6.75. Ben Siegel
When in the market for stoves or nails see Moon before you buy.
Boys knee suits for spring and summer for 75c; worth $1.75 at Ben Siegel’s.
C. A. Hancock has just received from New York the nicest line of dry goods ever brought to Caddo.
Moon’s, headquarters for buggies for cash or good paper on time.
Sewing machines with five years guarantee, worth twenty-five dollars sold for fifteen dollars at C. A. Hancock’s.
For boils, carbuncles, old sores, and rheumatism, take Dr. Thurmond’s Blood Syrup; no cure no pay. Sold by Wood the Druggist.
Young men, Moon has the Chamberlain collar- just the thing for the 19th.
Typhoid Fever and all kindred ailments prevented and cured by the use of Begg’s Little Giant Pills. Sold by all druggists.
J. H. Franks, Tonsorial Artist. Does all kinds of barbering in first class style. West Buffalo St. Caddo