The Caddo Herald
July 25, 1913
Of Local Interest
Country produce wanted. Harralson
If its groceries you want see Freeny.
J. B. Hipp went to Durant Wednesday.
Milton Yeater of Caney was in Caddo Sunday.
Tunk Terry was down from Quinton last Tuesday.
Pierson & Lawrence Furniture, old and new. Phone 62.
Electric irons smoothe out all ironing worries.
Fly chaser and Sprays for sale at the Corner Drug Store.
If you want quick action, list your land with J. H. Phillips.
P. W. Howe went to Muskogee last Friday to attend to business.
An electric fan is the cheapest and most practical summer resort.
Misses Spencer and Cooper of Caney were shopping in Caddo Tuesday.
2 hay presses for sale, cheap. Amos K. Bass.
City loans, no stock selling, but straight city loans. Mrs. G. A. Jennings.
Mrs. O. R. Nicholson, from Durant, visited Mrs. A. F. Manning this week.
Mrs. M. A. Franklin returned Saturday from a month’s visit to Kansas City.
Miss Bonnie Buckman of Petty, Texas is visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. H. Glasscock.
Summer lap robes and fly nets, sample lots, very cheap, at Finley Saddlery Co.
Let the Caddo Power Co. furnish you with an electric fan. Prices are cheap this year.
Mrs. Mary Teubner and children from Atoka were visiting relatives in Caddo last week.
Caddo young folks enjoyed a delightful hop at the Carnival pavilion Wednesday night.
Assistant County Attorney Grey Moore was here from Durant last Friday in justice court.
J. P. Davis, who lived on the Manning place just west of town, died Wednesday morning of typhoid.
Dr. H. E. Rappolee and family returned this week from spending two weeks at Palacios, Texas.
For quick and honest service see A. C. Chaney, Real Estate, Farm Loans and Fire Insurance.
J. M. Hickman and W. H. Echols were here from Durant Sunday attending the dedication exercises.
A. C. Chaney can secure loans on your farm quick and without so much “red tape”. Better try him.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Dodd and Clarence Dodd went to Savoy, Texas, last week in their auto, returning Monday.
Keep cool by buying ice of Haralson. Also keep pleasant by buying your groceries of him. No disappointments.
Ladies, have rubber heels put on your shoes and see how they rest you in standing or walking, at Finley Saddlery Co.
Bring that old watch along with you when you come to town and have it repaired at the Corner Drug Store. All work guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. W. F. Dodd
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, stationary, candles, cigars, light racket goods, and novelties. W. W. ______________Caddo Oklahoma
Miss Beula Pinson came in Tuesday after a three weeks visit to relatives in Honey Grove, Texas.
Mrs. and Mrs. Joe Carraway of Kenefick came in Wednesday to attend the dance at the Carnival grounds.
Must have it- your country produce. Highest prices paid for butter, eggs and produce. Try me. M. F. Haralson
Don’t let your horses and cattle wear their lives away fighting flies. Get Dr. Hess’s Fly Chaser and keep them off.
Misses Edith Mattox and Stella Peters left Wednesday to visit their friends, the Misses Arnold, in Tishomingo.
Mrs. M. D. Davis, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. G. A. Jennings, returned Tuesday to her home at Rockwall.
Word comes from St. Louis that Mrs. Ben Siegel, who is a patient at the Jewish Hospital, is rapidly regaining her health.
Mrs. Clyde Honsinger has returned home from a visit to relatives in Byers. She was accompanied home by her mother, Mrs. Barr.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Wilson are the proud parents of a fine 12-pound boy. The youngster arrived Wednesday morning, the 23rd inst.
Sam Klauber, from New York, arrived this week and is figuring on going into business in Caddo. He was in business here several years ago.
Harley Morsman, J. W. Crutchfield, W. H. Harris and Will Gravitt were in Durant Tuesday and saw that team come near winning a baseball game.
Found- Lady’s watch fob, owner may have same by identifying it and paying for this ad. Dr. L. M. Nettelton
For sale- one Singer sewing machine, one sideboard, one leather couch, one bed, mattress and springs, two wash stands. See Mrs. B. E. Homer
L. H. Rowsey left Thursday for Markham’s Mill to get lumber for certain improvements to be made on the place recently purchased of Chas. Semple.
The ladies of the Civic Club will give a special program in connection with the moving picture show Thursday night, July 31. Admission, regular price.
We have $50,000 private money, for farm loans. No delay- pay out same day title is approved. Ray’s Realty Co. List your farm with us for a quick sale.
Last Tuesday evening, while Mrs. Jack McGraw was preparing dinner, in removing a pan of hot grease she dropped it, the contents flying in all directions and on her little son who was standing close by. It was first thought he would lose one of his eyes, but at present writing he is reported to be doing nicely.