The Caddo Herald
September 27, 1901
Bass has it. See him.
Dr. N. Miller. Dentist.
Call No. 45 for printing.
Sell Bass your poor hogs.
It pays to buy at Levine’s.
Oak rockers. $1.50 at Lamb’s.
For fresh groceries go to Bass.
Fresh sauerkraut in bulk at Bass.
Chattel Mortgages at the Herald.
Born to R. T. Morgan, Tuesday, a fine boy.
See Clinkscales when you want photos.
Frank Maddox took in the Denison fair Tuesday.
Anything you want at Droke’s, the Hustling Grocer.
Mrs. Ed Payne has been quite sick but is now convalescent.
J. F. Lamb has the finest line of guns and ammunition in town.
The Caddo Gin co. will give you more for your cotton seed.
The only produce in Caddo is Droke, the Hustling Grocer.
Joe Black came clear of his charge in the trial at Atoka Monday.
Mrs. H. M. Chiles and Miss Mary Allen visited Denison yesterday.
Vinita Excursions. Sunday Sept. 29. Ball game. Parsons vs. Denison.
We want your cotton seed. Caddo Gin Co. R. B. McBee, Mgr.
Corn for sale. Bass the grocer.
Train leaves Caddo 4:13a.m. Only $2.50 Round trip. Be sure to go.
Mrs. G. A. Pate and Miss Soulie Pate visited relatives in Sherman yesterday.
Be sure to hear Abe Mulkey tonight. He will continue his sermon on Restitution.
Mrs. Ellis Bradley of South McAlester is visiting Mrs. W. F. Dodd this week.
Edgar Lyle took a run up from Texas Saturday and spent Sunday with relatives here.
Will Carnes was here from boggy Depot Wednesday. He had lost a mare and two mules.
T. H. P. Smith has bought the place of Geo. Varner, and has moved his family into town.
Mrs. W. J. B. Lloyd and daughter Miss Hattie of Bennington, were visitors in Caddo this week.
Droke, the hustling grocer, has just received a car of the best flour, also bran and rice. See his adv.
The neat residence of C. W. Hill on Main Street has been finished. Several other cottages are being erected.
C. A. Hancock has the largest stock of shoes ever brought to the city. He keeps the celebrated Clover brand.
Attention farmers- We make the ginning go custom cotton a specialty. Caddo Gin Co. R. B. McBee, Mgr.
Putnam Fadeless Dyes are as easy to use as soap. No muss or failure. 10c per package. Sold by W. P. Wood.
Misses Mary and Mattie Holiday of Van Alstyne, Tex. returned home Tuesday after visiting Mrs. Terry a fortnight.
Collector Jim Jackson has been collecting city taxes this week. He is desirous of finishing tomorrow. Be sure to call early.
Mrs. L. A. Morris has returned from Midway and will board with Mrs. J. N. Jackson. Mr. M. has a position as traveling salesman.
J. W. Coker Furniture Co. have an adv. in this issue. They handle everything in the furniture line and are delighted to please you.
Mrs. Edna Hill’s opening of fall millinery and hats occurred Tuesday. Everything on display was indeed beautiful and Mrs. Hill took lots of orders.
We have a good outfit for a restaurant consisting of stove, dishes, tables, chairs, and knives which we will sell very cheap. L. E. Droke & Co.
The Cow Law goes into effect October the 1st, so please keep your cows up and save pound fees. Jim Jackson, Marshal.
I have about a thousand good straight bois d’ arc fence posts and five hundred feet of (?) blocks to sell. See me if you want them. A. C. Joyce
When you want to purchase boots or shoes examine my large well selected stock. I can fit and satisfy you in quality and make up. C. A. Hancock
It will pay you to see Mrs. Lynch before you buy a dress or hat. She will tell you what is worn and where to get it. She has the latest instructions in both from St. Louis.
We desire to thank the neighbors and friends who so kindly assisted us during the illness of our little girl. “A friend in need is a friend indeed.” Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harris
Mrs. F. E. Thedin and daughter, Miss Cecilia, arrived this week from Wynnewood, I.T. and will make their home with their son and brother W. E. Thedin in Caddo.
Don’t miss the excursion to Vinita Sunday, Sept. 29. Only $2.50 round trip via M.K. & T. Train leaves Caddo 4:13 a.m. The best ball game of the season- Parsons vs. Denison.
Don’t forget about the damaged goods sale at Arnold & Attaway’s. They have had their insurance settled, and are offering great bargains to get rid of their stock damaged in moving.
All members of the Caddo Lodge Knights of Pythias are earnestly requested to be at the meeting Monday night as business of importance is to be attended to. Visitors invited.
Remember that I keep the celebrated clover brand of shoes, the brand that has been thoroughly tested. Examine my large stock, buy them, try them, and be convinced. C. A. Hancock
Say, George, I’ve found it. A. J. Vaughn’s grocery, restaurant and lunch stand. On Buffalo street near the depot. He keeps the best of staple and fancy groceries. Lunch in connection.
Miss Gertrude Thompson was called from attendance of the St. Xavier’s Academy last Thursday on account of the sickness of her little niece. She returned Tuesday to the Academy.
The Musical Club met with Mrs. R. J. Homer last Saturday evening and had quite an interesting time. The exercises were enjoyed by all. The club meets with Mrs. Ed Walters next Saturday week.
Ball games at Vinita, Sunday, Sept. 29th. Parsons vs. Denison. This will be the best game of the season. Special excursion rate only $2.50 round trip. Train leaves Caddo 4:13 a.m. via M K & T Ry.
The public school now has enrolled more than two hundred pupils. The teachers are making every effort to have the school a success. A prospectus and course of study is in course of preparation.
J. M. Hall, while enroute from Nashville, Tenn. to Ardmore, had the misfortune to lose his little 7 year old girl by death Monday night, thirty miles east of here. She was buried in Caddo Cemetery Tuesday.
The fall opening of millinery goods and hats at Mrs. Lynch’s was a success last Friday. On display were many hats and millinery notions of the latest styles. Many ladies called and were delighted with the displays.
My undertaking department is now complete. I have everything form a pauper case to the finest cloth covered caskets. Also a nice line of robes, hose, gloves, slippers, etc. At Lamb’s Furniture Store.
In a few days we will received a full car load of the famous charter Oak stove and ranges. Call around and see them. They are the best stoves made. Our prices are right. Smith, Cobb, and Pace.
The eight-month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Harris died last Saturday night after an illness of several weeks of fever. This little one was buried Sunday in the Caddo cemetery. The bereaved relatives have the sympathy of the entire community.
The bloodhound which was bought by Caddo people from the Texas penitentiary arrived several weeks ago and has been tried and not found wanting. The animal takes a trail twenty-four hours cold and unerringly traces the criminal when the tracks have not been obliterated.