The Caddo Herald
May 15, 1914
Mrs. W. D. Harrison visited Mr. Harrison in Sherman Wednesday.
Little Miss Huddleston is home from Sherman and improving rapidly.
Ernest Bass is home form a 3-months trip through Texas and California.
They’re here. What? That car load of Ford autos. Get yours now and enjoy the full season with it. W. H. Glasscock.
Dr. J. L. Reynolds of Durant, Okla. Specialist in diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat and glass fitting had a card on another page of today’s paper.
Mrs. M. A. Franklin left Tuesday for Boston to attend the National Christian Science Convention. She was accompanied by her little granddaughter, Pauline.
P. W. Howe left Wednesday for St. Louis to attend a meeting of the directors of the Southern Surety Co. he will attend the Oklahoma Banker’s Convention before returning home.
Rev. J. H. Crain will leave today for Bokchito where he will begin a meeting. He will be assisted by his brother from Paris, Texas. Rev. Crain is pastor of the Baptist churches here and at Bokchito.
Have a first-class mechanic ready to do any work on cars or gasoline engines. Phone 106. W. H. Glasscock.
Another rain Tuesday morning came. It was a good one. It seems we are to have plenty of moisture in and on the ground. The situation however, is getting serious. Very little cotton has been planted and it’s high time the seeds were in the ground.
We are paying good prices for 7 ft. bois d’arc posts and always in the market. The Lingo-Leeper Co.
How about your eyes? Do they hurt, smart, or itch? Do you have headaches occipital or vertes? If so, have your eyes examined and glasses fitted by Dr. I. Levy, expert optician, which they positively will relieve. He will be at Brick Hotel Wednesday, May 27.
As a part of the pre-commencement entertainments, Mrs. C. E. Johnston at the home of Mrs. D. B. Williams Wednesday night entertained the seniors and juniors. Those who attended report a splendid entertainment. Mrs. G. Goodman last night entertained the seniors with a box party at the Electric Theatre.
Tuesday afternoon the Caddo High School baseball team went to Durant and engaged the S. E. Normal team in a game. The score was 5 and 2 in favor of the Normal. The team was accompanied by Misses Blackwell, Pinson, Malone, Charleen Hogan, Beuna Bowman, and Clarence Dodd. All report a good game and pleasant time.
Ladies Home Journal, Saturday Evening Post, country Gentleman, Oklahoman, Muskogee Phoenix, Sunday St. Louis Globe, and all the leading magazines, stationery, candies, cigars, light racket goods, and novelties. The Post Office Store, W. W. Hendricks, Prop., Caddo, Oklahoma
At a meeting of the board of school directors Tuesday afternoon, Prof. Rorye of Checotah was elected Superintendent of Caddo Schools for the ensuing year. Prof. Rorye is a young man with many recommendations as a man and teacher and it is hoped and believed that he will make good as Superintendent. About the best way to assure success is to get behind him and his corps of teachers and boost them before the children; then encourage the children to work and study.
Do You Want Money? Cossart & Phillips will loan you money on chattel mortgages or personal security, buy and sell lands, also handle mules, horses, jersey milch cows, buy and sell second hand wagons, buggies, harness and implements. Office in R. L. Pace’s store.
More Cyclones Predicted- The almanacs predict many cyclones in May this year. Are you insured? Better be wise than sorry; so that if one does strike your property you can put it back with the insurance money. W. H. Morris is agent. Let him write you.
Cotton Seed for Sale- have a quantity of pure Mebane Cotton Seed for sale. L. M. Wood
---- the Methodist Church Sunday at --- the Children’s Day program --- rendered by the children of the Sunday School. The program consists of songs, drills, and speeches and other exercises by the children. It is the best program yet produced for Children’s Day and will be thoroughly enjoyed by all who attend. No admission is charged. It is simply a service that the children render once each year and you are very cordially invited to attend.
A Band of Boys- Under the direction of C. E. Blessing, a band composed of boys under eighteen years has been organized and they have practiced each Tuesday night. There boys compose the band at present: Audra Hipp, Prentice Mead, Isaac McCoy, Delmo Cossart, Lee Hancock, Thurman Sanders, Herman Pierson, Claude Nail, Jack Glasscock, Kirby Glasscock, Roy Wilson, Talmage Markham, Dave Peters, Luthur Rowsey, Frank Hatcher, Fred Slack, Jim Shofner, Shearl Shofner.