The Caddo Herald
July 25, 1913
Henry Broadrick was down from Caney Tuesday.
Insurance can be written on your grain anywhere at small cost by A.C. Chaney.
We have $60,000.00, 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.
Dr. Hess’s Fly Chaser. The only preparation on the market that is guaranteed to keep the flies away from your stock. For sale at the Corner Drug Store.
A crowd of Caddo’s young people went out to Kenefick Friday and Saturday evenings to participate in the pleasures of the W. O. W. picnic; they report a jolly time.
Mrs. D. B. Williams, Mrs. C. J. Powell and little son left Tuesday for Waco, Texas in response to a message that Mrs. Williams’ father, Ernest Johnson, was very sick.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Boland returned Wednesday from St. Louis where they attend the bedside of Mr. Boland’s’ father. They report him about the same with little hope of recovery.
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.
Mrs. Moorehead, mother of Mrs. Jno. Ray, from Electra, Tex. and Mrs. Edwin Riley, from Greenville, Tex., sister of Mrs. Jno. Ray, left Friday for their home after several days visit here.
D. H. Harrell, who lives ten miles east of Caddo, was in town Tuesday with oats. He says the crop on the whole was short, but the acreage was large, that other crop prospects are good.
Work on the sewers is progressing rapidly. The men and ditcher are making better than 600 feet per day, laying the pipe as they go. They are nearly through work in the south part of town now.
Card of Thanks- I wish sincerely to thank those kind friends who were so thoughtful of me during my late bereavement to let them know that I will ever cherish the memory of their acts. Mrs. Nellie Hill.
Just received a full line of the celebrated South Bend Watches. The kind that keeps time all the time. Come in and let us tell you about these good watches, also how you can get one on the easy payment plan. W. F. Dodd
Remember that reduction on all paint I have been telling you about? It will only be on a few more days. Better get busy and paint your house while paint is cheap. Remember the place, the old reliable Corner Drug. W. F. Dodd, prop.
We are able to pay more this summer for 7ft. Bois’D Arc posts. It’s the best time to work up your timber. See us for prices. Lingo-Leeper Co.
The Methodist ladies will not serve ice cream and cake the Carnival ground tonight as was announce, owing to the meeting now going on and not wishing to interfere with it in any way. Another date may be announced later.
R. A. Baity is building additions to his home on Russell Street making it a nice bungalow. The work on the homes of Scott Powell, Chas. Semple, and Frank Semple is progressing nicely. The homes of Chas. Trent and Ollie Smith are nearly completed.
Dr. Chas. T. McGregor was in town Wednesday visiting old friends. The doctor received last week the appointment as local surgeon for the Katy at Denison. He appreciates the appointment since it was tendered him unsolicited. The Katy is to be congratulated upon being able to add to its surgical corps such a capable man.
One of the most delightful events of the week was a heart social given by Mrs. P. H. Boxley Wednesday afternoon honoring Miss Neva Ray and Mrs. Jno. Ray, who leave next week for their Wyoming home. Hearts were played throughout the evening and delicious ice cream and cake was served. Each guest was requested to write Miss Ray a letter to be opened after she leaves for her western home.
Mrs. Frank Suttle was down from Caney Friday.
J. F. Bass and Ernest Pitchlyn were in Denison Wednesday.
Jim Styron made a business trip to Oklahoma City last week.
Mrs. W. A. Manis visited friends in Caney the first of the week.
Miss Georgia Fryer spend Sunday in the city, the guest of Miss Riddle.
Tom Markham and family are moving to Caddo from near Zora, Okla.
Miss Flora Riddle returned Saturday from a visit to relatives in Atoka and Coalgate.
Mrs. Earl Washington and Mrs. Hugh Hibdon were here from Kenefick Wednesday shopping.
Mrs. Carr and Mrs. Riggers returned to their home at Wynnnewood after a two week visit to Mrs. McCoy.
Miss Bess Sargent came down from Caney Wednesday evening and enjoyed the dance at the Carnival Pavilion.
Mr. G. C. Dawson and little son returned Sunday from a two week visit with Mr. Dawson in Granger, Texas.
Mrs. Edmond Lockett and daughter Miss Octavia, arrived Thursday from Pasadena, Cal. to visit the family of Mrs. Lockett’s brother, J. K. Bass.
Married, at the Methodist parsonage, July 19th, Mr. Euland Stevens and Miss Jewel Dillard; both young people live near Caddo and have a host of friends who join the Herald in wishing them a long and happy voyage through life.