The Caddo Herald
January 17, 1919
Rev. Zeigler, the Presbyterian minister will preach at the Baptist church in Caddo, Sunday, January 26th, it being his regular appointment. The public is cordially invited to hear him.
Liberty Bonds Wanted- Will pay highest cash prices. Partly paid bonds bought. Also receipts on banks. See me before you sell or trade. Ben Siegel
J. W. Dodd arrived from Savoy, Texas, yesterday to be at the bedside of his son, W. F. Dodd. Clarence Dodd also came home last night. Thursday noon Mr. Dodd was reported as having spent a restful night and was doing as well as could be expected.
Barber J. H. Franks has his shop closed for a few days, giving him time to make some changes in the appearance of the building. The shop will be completely renovated, newly papered and painted before it is opened again for business.
Next week I will open a butcher shop in connection with my grocery and I will at all times keep for the trade a supply of fresh meats, etc. I do this so that I can better serve my trade. It is my purpose to supply everything in the way of eats for the family. Deliveries of meat will be made anywhere in town. Paul Hancock.