(I'm sorry that I was in too much pain to post yesterday.)
The Caddo Herald
July 11, 1913
Of Local Interest
Mrs. Ida Harris from Gainesville is spending the week with Mrs. J. E. Mattox.
Tom Smith went to Kansas City Monday with a load of cattle for W. H. Attaway.
Mrs. Vivia Robertson and Mrs. W. E. Brigance visited friends in Durant last Saturday.
Miss Floy Crossett came down form McAlester to spend the 4th with relatives here.
P. W. Arnold was here from Tishomingo Tuesday shaking hands with old friends.
Dr. H. E. Rappolee and family left Sunday for Palacious, Texas, to spend two weeks.
Your old shoes made as good as new and a little better too, at Finley Saddlery.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Carroll and children returned Tuesday from a visit to Wapanucka.
Mrs. D. M. Wilson and sons, Walter and Roy, left last week to visit relatives in Seligman, Mo.
Mrs. Pete Watson was down from Atoka last Sunday visiting the family of W. R. Bowman.
Mrs. Paul England from Durant visited her sister, Mrs. R. H. Grassham, in Caddo last Sunday.
The Home Mission Society held an interesting meeting Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Cobb and Mrs. Hogan.
Mrs. Roy Barber and Mrs. Skinner, from Caney, were in Caddo Monday taking advantage of the Bass sale.
Keep cool by buying ice of Haralson. Also keep pleasant by buying your groceries of him. No disappointments.
A car load of Dain mowers, hay rakes, and sulky and gang plows. Brigance Hdw. Co.
Mr. Adolph Noltkamper from Saint Louis, arrived last week to make his home with his daughter, Mrs. H. C. Fortner.
Ladies, have rubber heels put on your shoes and see how they rest you in standing or walking at Finley Saddlery Co.
Rid your premises of chicken mites, lice, and fleas with Dr. Hess’s Dip and Disinfectants. Get it at the Corner Drug Store.
Misses Lillian and Nancy Bell returned to their home at Gainesville Saturday after spending several weeks with their sister Mrs. Verne Marple.